What is a cookie?
Cookies are small text files that the server of a website saves on your computer or your mobile device (smartphone, tablet, etc.) when you visit a website using your browser. A cookie contains information that allows the visited website to identify your browser and remember your previous activities (e.g. choice of language, etc.). The website’s server can only read the cookies that it has saved itself. It has no access to other files on your computer or mobile device.
Which cookies are used?
You can find a full description of the cookies we use below.
These cookies are essential for the correct operation of our website.
As an example, they allow you to browse between the different areas of the website and use certain functions.
Technical cookies do not allow you to be personally identified. If you reject these cookies, some parts of the website may not work or may only work in a partial manner.
These cookies save your choices (e.g. choice of language), in order to personalise your visit to the website. Functional cookies do not allow you to be personally identified. If you reject these cookies, some parts of the website may not work or may only work in a partial manner.
Technical and functional cookies are ‘first-party’ cookies: they come from our website’s server.
How can cookies be managed or deleted?
Most web browsers are configured to automatically accept cookies. You can change your preferences to block cookies or be alerted when a cookie is saved on your computer or mobile device.
For more details on configuring your browser, consult the user instructions or help screens.