What are cookies
A cookie is a text file sent from a website to the device used by the user to view it (computer, tablet, telephone…). The cookie is stored on the user’s devices for a set time (from a few minutes to several months) and can be read by the website that sent it. A cookie contains information on the website that sent it, its expiry date and the specific data stored on each cookie.
Depending on where they come from, cookies may be: first party, i.e. sent directly from our website; third party, originating from other websites and sent through our website.
Depending on their purpose, cookies may be:
technical: used for browsing or to provide a service requested by the user; they are not used for other purposes;
analytical: used for collecting information on the behaviour of website users, such as the number of visits, the most frequently visited pages, the visitor’s browsing channels to reach the website. We use them to collect this information in anonymous and aggregated form;
profiling cookies, sent by third parties: these cookies are used to track the user’s browsing on the net and create profiles on their tastes, habits and choices… Through the information contained in these cookies, for example, advertising messages may be sent to the user’s device in line with any preferences expressed by the user while browsing online.