A cookie is a harmless computer file that is stored in your browser and in your computer's temporary files whenever you visit a website. It is used, amongst other things, for the website to remember you on future visits. Cookies usually store technical information (browser, environment, etc.), personal preferences, customisation, statistics, links to social networks, etc. Their purpose is to adapt the content to your profile and needs.
A cookie is not a virus or a Trojan, does not open pop-up windows or store personal data (ID, bank accounts, etc.), or carry out cyber espionage. Furthermore, cookies do not identify you personally, but rather identify the browser/operating system combination used to access the website. Browsers can accept different cookies and store different information based on their settings.
The browser is the software in charge of processing cookies, storing them and, if necessary, deleting them or preventing them from being installed. As a result, this website cannot guarantee correct processing by the software used to access it.
All cookies stored in your browser can be deleted or even blocked, either completely or by domain. It should be remembered that blocking can lead to unwanted effects such as not being able to access private parts of the website, share information on social networks, comment on the latest news, or make online purchases due to inability to access the website's cart or basket.
This website is not liable for the confidentiality policies of third parties who share information through the website or using social network share buttons (Facebook, Twitter, etc.). Please contact us if you have any questions about this confidentiality policy.
This website uses the following first-party cookies:
Session cookies: Session cookies are used to prevent spam and ensure that anybody interacting with the website is a human and not a robot.
User cookies: User cookies are used to allow access to the website with a username and password, remembering your preferences.
This website uses the following third-party cookies:
Analytical cookies: Analytical cookies are used to compile statistics on traffic and visits to this website. These cookies are owned by Google, who you should contact in order to carry out any actions on them. Google has signed Safe Harbour agreements to ensure that your data are processed in accordance with EU data protection regulations even when they are stored on servers located outside the European Union.
Disabling or removing cookies
Cookies can be disabled at any time through the browser's settings. The way to access the cookies settings in the most popular browsers is set out below, although this information is only generic and may vary depending on the version:
- Internet Explorer: Tools -> Internet Options -> Privacy -> Settings.
- Mozilla Firefox: Tools -> Options -> Privacy -> History -> Custom Settings.
- Google Chrome: Settings -> Show advanced options -> Privacy -> Content settings.
- Opera: Settings -> Options -> Advanced -> Cookies.
- Safari: Preferences -> Security.
Please remember that many browsers now include private browsing, in which case your cookies and browsing history are deleted when closing the browser. Contact your software provider for more information.