Cookie Policy

To work on the website, you must provide your device with small data files to make sure the cookies.

The website uses cookies in order to activate or improve certain functions offered on our websites. You can confirm your acceptance of cookies the first time you log in to the website

You can confirm your acceptance of cookies the first time you log in to the website

Server logs

The website also uses server logs to be able to analyze, monitor and diagnose ours technical infrastructure and applications. This helps us for operational security purposes, incident investigation, network and telecommunications monitoring, and providing assistance to users.

What is a cookie?

Most of the websites you visit use cookies to improve their functionality. These Cookies allow websites to "remember" you - or the duration of your visit (via use of a "temporary cookie"), or for recurring visits (using a "permanent cookie ”).

Cookies can have a variety of functions. They allow you to navigate efficiently between individuals websites, preserving your preferences and generally improving the quality of your stay on the website. Cookies make your interaction with the website faster and easier. If the website does not uses cookies, it will perceive you as a new visitor every time you open a new page in this site. For example, when you close a menu and go to another page, the website will not has saved that you closed the menu on the previous page and will display the next page open menu.

Some websites also use cookies to target their advertising or marketing messages based on, for example, your location and / or internet usage habits.

Cookies can be set by the website you are visiting ("own cookies") or by other websites that provide content on the page you are viewing ("third party cookies").

A cookie is a simple text file that is stored on your computer or mobile phone device from the website server. This server can then recover or read the contents of the respective cookie. Cookies are managed by your browser. Every cookie is unique and contains certain anonymous information, such as a unique identifier, site name, numbers and letters. It allows the website to remember your Internet browsing preferences.

Own cookies

Your own cookies are set by the website you are visiting and can only be read by this website.

Third party cookies

Third-party cookies are placed and used by an organization other than the website owner, which you visit. For example, to measure the number of your visitors, a website can use a third-party analytics company that will place its own cookie to perform the service. The website you are visiting may also have embedded content, such as YouTube videos or Flickr slideshows. These websites may also place their own cookies.

More importantly, a website may use a third-party ad network to provide it targeted advertising.

This website does NOT use advertising services.

Temporary cookies

Temporary cookies are stored temporarily during a stay on the Internet and are deleted by the user's device when closing the browser.

Persistent cookies

Persistent cookies are stored on your computer for a certain period (usually one year or more) and are not deleted when you close the browser. They are used when we need to know who you are You within more than one stay.

What is a tag?

A tag is a graphic image, often transparent, that is placed on a website and used for monitoring the behavior of the user who visits the website. It is often used in conjunction with cookies.

What is local storage?

Using local storage, web applications can store data locally in the browser user. Before entering HTML5, application data had to be stored in cookies, included in each server request. Local storage is more secure and can also be stored locally store large amounts of data without affecting the operation of the website.

What is fingerprint creation in browsers?

A fingerprint from your device is a technique used to collect sets of parameters of user agents on the network transmitted from Internet protocols to Internet services at the interaction between them. Used for purposes similar to the purposes of cookies (eg optimization of cookies) the user interface, analysis to improve the internet service and for marketing purposes, targeted advertising profiling).

What are server logs?

Several types of logs are used to support Internet services. Diaries can be generated by network devices such as firewalls, proxy servers or IDPS, web servers and application servers, as well as web applications for technical verification, functionality testing, and compliance with security requirements.

Blocking cookies

If you want to block cookies, some features of the site will be suspended, and this may create some malfunctions or errors in the use of our site.

If you agree to these restrictions and want to block cookies, follow the instructions below. Most browsers are set to accept cookies by default, but you can change Yours settings to block some or all cookies.

See cookie opt-out instructions for different browsers

Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 (Windows 7)

  • click the settings icon (top right)
  • click Internet Options
  • Click Privacy, and then select options
  • Click Apply and then OK to save your preferences

Google Chrome

  • Click the key icon and select Options from the list
  • Click the "Advanced Settings" tab
  • Click Content Settings in the Privacy tab.
  • Select the settings you want
  • Click X to close


  • Select Preferences
  • Click the privacy panel
  • Select the settings you want
  • Click X to close

Mozilla Firefox

  • Select Tools from the main bar, then Options
  • Click the Privacy tab
  • Select the settings you want
  • Click OK to close

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