1. What are cookies?
A cookie is a text file containing small pieces of information sent to your browser and stored in your computer, mobile phone, or other device when you visit a site. This cookie sends information back to the site whenever you review it. Cookies may be permanent (known as persistent cookies) that remain in your computer until you delete them, or temporary (known as session cookies) that are only valid until you close your browser window. The first-party cookies may be configured by the site you are visiting or by third parties that are configured by a site other than the one you visit.
3. The cookies we use and what they used for
The cookies we use on our site may be of the following categories (as recommended by the International Chamber of Commerce's cookies):
3.1 Cookies for Performance:
These cookies collect information about how visitors use a site, for example which are the most visited pages. These cookies do not collect information that identifies individual visitors. All information collected by these cookies is aggregated and anonymous. We use these cookies to:
- make statistics about how our site is used
- measure the impact of our advertising campaigns.
These cookies may be permanent or temporary, of the first party or of third parties. In a nutshell, these cookies collect anonymous information about the visited pages and the displayed ads.
3.2 Other third-party cookies:
On some pages in our site we may have materials from services such as Google. Remember that we do not control the cookies used by these services. We recommend that you visit the relevant third party website for more information about them.
4. How to manage and delete cookies
If you want to impose restrictions, block or delete cookies, you can do so by modifying your web browser settings. The required steps differ slightly, depending on the browser you are using. Click on any of the navigation links below for instructions.
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If you do not use any of the above navigators, then your navigator's "Help" will tell you what to do.
You can also visit http://www.aboutcookies.org for more information on how to administer and delete cookies in different Internet browsers.
For information on how cookies are handled on your mobile device's browser, read the manual of your device.
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