What are cookies and similar technologies?
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your computer or device when you visit a website using your smartphone or any other device. The cookies help websites to recognize devices for next visits. There are other similar technologies such as pixel tags, web bugs, web storage and other files and similar technologies with the same function as cookies. This document uses the term "cookies" to describe all the technologies that collect information in this way.
||Cookies enable us do operations requested by users.
|Performance / Analysis
||Cookies are used to analyse service access, use and operation. We use this information to save, manage and improve our Service. We also get information from our newsletter system to monitor the status of reading, opening or ignoring e-mails. This information shows the newsletter effectiveness and helps us provide the most interesting infos for targeted users.
||Cookies allow us to manage some service features, according to the choices made by the user. If user is using the Service or reconnect to the Service, we may provide our services as requested.
|argeting / advertising
||These cookies provide advertising in line with interests of the user. The information thus collected is also used to monitor the frequency index and to help us adjust the announcements received, as well as the measure of their effectiveness.
Please remember that if you choose to block the reception of cookies, this may compromise or prevent the proper Service operation.
One of the third-party services that we use to track activities related to the Service, for example through the placement of cookies, is Google Analytics.