What are cookies and what do they do?
A cookie is a small data or text file that is stored on your computer by websites. There are different types of cookies, such as technical cookies that are used to set the language of the website, session cookies (also called temporary cookies) and tracking cookies that optimise the website based on your behaviour.
As far as possible, we want to inform you what European legislation has to say about the type of cookies we use. Cookies help us to optimise your visit to our website, memorise technical choices (e.g. language choice, newsletter, etc.) and provide you with more relevant services and offers. The cookies we use are secure and help us, among other things, identify possible errors. Cookies may store information that is directly related to you.
If you want to visit this website, we recommend that you accept the cookies.
The cookies used on this website are mainly related to technical and statistical purposes. Below you will find a list of the main cookies used on this website:
PHPSESSID = This is a technical cookie that allows the website's application framework to save data during a session. This cookie prevents loss of data between the website’s different pages. This cookie is not used for identification purposes and is generally automatically deleted once you close your browser.
Google Services = You can find more information about Google cookies in the Google documentation.
In general, in accordance with article 25 of the amended ‘Protection of Persons with regard to the Processing of Personal Data’ law of 2 August 2002, you have the right to access, rectify and delete your personal data.
To exercise your rights, simply contact us by email or by post indicating your surname, first name and email address.