Cookie Policy

What cookies do we use?

What are cookies? Cookies are small text files that are placed on your device when you visit a site, which are then used to identify your device for the purposes described here. Cookies set by the owner of a site are called “first party cookies”. Cookies set by other people are called “third party cookies”. Third party cookies enable the third party to provide features or functionality on or through the site (like analytics, advertising and videos). The parties that set these third party cookies can recognize your device both when it visits our site, and when it visits certain other sites. We use cookies (and other similar technologies) on this site. These cookies fall into three categories. Those in the first category are necessary. Those in the remaining two categories are optional: you can decide whether you want to receive them from us, and you can use this tool to set your preferences. You can change your mind at any time by following the link to the cookie preferences from any page of the site.

Operational Cookies

These are strictly necessary to deliver the site, or features of it that you have selected, in a convenient way. Examples: remember who you are, your preferences and your settings, so you don’t need to enter them each time you change page. These cookies are essential to operate the site, or to deliver the features you request, so this tool does not allow you to opt out. Nevertheless, if you wish you can set your browser to reject all cookies, in which case the site may not display properly, and the features you select may not be available.

Tracking Cookies

These track your use of our site, and other sites, so that we can serve your device, when it visits this site or other sites, with information targeted to the use they have tracked. This includes showing you advertisements, and personalizing the content of our communications with you, to suit your preferences. This may involve also aggregating this data to gain a better understanding of the environment. Example: One of our service providers engages third parties to track and analyze use and volume statistical information from individuals who visit the digital platform. You can opt in or out of their use as you wish. Cookies used __cfduid, uvc.

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