Cookies are small quantities of data that our servers send to your computer to optimise the use of our servers and adapt their content to your needs and requirements.
Cookies are used by virtually every website in the world. Cookies are useful to you because they improve the user friendliness of websites you visit repeatedly. If you use the same computer and the same web browser when you come back to our website, cookies will help your computer to remember the pages you visited and how you configured them.
The cookies of entities operating advertising systems on our website may also be stored in your computer via our website. Our company also uses Google systems for remarketing purposes. We use remarketing data solely for visitor segmentation with a view to delivering better targeted advertising. Segments are created on the strength of several general visitor behaviour formulas.
The standard web browsers (Safari, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.) support cookie management. In the browser settings, you can manually delete, block, or completely disable individual cookies, or block or allow them for individual websites only. For more detailed information, please use your browser’s help feature. If your browser has cookies enabled, we will assume that you agree to the use of standard cookies by our servers.
There are session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are stored in your computer only until you close the browser. Session cookies allow information to be retained when navigating from one website to another, eliminating the need to re-enter some data. Persistent cookies help to identify your computer when you revisit our website, but they do not make it possible for you to be identified personally in any way. Persistent cookies enable our website to adapt to your interests, but we cannot identify you personally in any way. The data we store is completely anonymised and not aggregated with any other data..
Google Analytics has been expanded to include related advertising functions provided by Google, specifically: Google Display Network (GDN) impression reporting, remarketing (the display of advertising in the GDN based on the products viewed), and expanded demographic overviews (the reporting of anonymous demographic data).
If you do not wish to provide anonymous website use data to Google Analytics, you may use a plug-in provided by Google. Once the plug-in is installed in your browser and activated, no further data will be transmitted.
More information on the processing and use of data can be found in Google’s Terms.