What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small data file that websites transmit to the devices that connect with them. Often the purpose of cookies is purely technical, but they can also allow, amongst other things, the storage and recuperation of information about the browsing habits of a user or a device and depending upon the information contained and the way in which the device is used, to recognise the user.
Cookies exist that are controlled and managed by the website owner (called “first party cookies”) and others that belong to third parties (known as “third party cookies”), for example, when these provide a tool or perform a function on the website.
Certain cookies are cancelled once the session has been closed (session cookies) whilst others can remain stored on the user's device and be accessed for a longer period of time (persistent cookies).
Are the cookies anonymous?
How can I manage the cookies?
Web users have the option not to admit cookies, to remove them or to be informed of how they are set according to the browser configuration. To learn more about how to manage cookies, we would like to suggest that you use the help section of your browser.
For your convenience, we have compiled a list of links with information provided by the developers of the main browsers regarding cookie management:
If you deactivate the cookies, it may not be possible to use all the functions provided on the website.