What are cookies?
Cookies are small data packages that allow us to compare new and old visitors, and understand how they navigate on our site. We use the data generated by cookies to offer an experience that reflects your interests and preferences, as well as facilitating access to our services.
Visit AboutCookies.org for further information about cookies and how they influence your navigation experience.
Types of cookies we use
“Strictly necessary” cookies
These cookies are essential, allowing you to navigate throughout the site while fully using its features e.g. accessing the site’s various protected areas. Without these cookies some essential services, like filling in a form as part of a competition, cannot be accessed.
Cookies “aimed at performances”
These cookies collect information on how visitors use a web site e.g. which are the most visited pages, whether error messages are received from web pages. These cookies do not collect information that identifies visitors. All information collected via cookies is aggregated and hence anonymous, and is used only to improve web site functioning.
By using our site, visitors accept that cookies can be installed on their computers.
Cookies allow the site to remember choices made by visitors (e.g. name, language or place of origin) and provide advanced customized functionalities. Cookies can also be used to remember modifications made to text size, fonts and other parts of web pages which can be customized. They can also be used to provide services you have requested, such as watching a video or comments on a blog. The information collected by these types of cookies can be made anonymous and incapable of monitoring your navigation activities on other web sites.
Using our site, visitors accept that the above-mentioned cookies can be installed on their computers.
The following table summarises the types of cookies used on our site.