What are cookies?
Cookies are small data units that are stored on your device by the web sites you visit. Their purpose is to recognize the device you used to access the web site. A cookie usually contains the name of the server it was sent from, expiry date and a randomly generated unique ID. Cookie expiry date depends on the type of the cookie. “Session” cookies are stored for the duration of a single online session, while “persistent” cookies are stored until they expire or are deleted by the user.
Cookies and similar technologies help web site operators to provide more user-friendly online services and ensure improved web site performance. Mandatory cookies that are required for correct operation of web sites and functionalities enable delivery of user-friendly online services (e.g. user identification, login, etc.) and ensure that your account is protected.
Cookies are used to store information about language selection, the tab you are currently viewing, font size, language, etc. Session cookies are usually deleted immediately after you close your browser. Cookies for improving web site performance are designed to log browsing history and the interaction with the web site, which enables us to improve the web site design and user experience.
Cookies used by our web site
These cookies, also known as technical cookies, are used by our website:
|ACCOUNT_CHOOSER||Third party cookie||Persistent cookie||It is used to manage multiple Google accounts|
|ajs_group_id||Third party cookie||Persistent cookie||Persistent cookie set by Twitter|
|ajs_user_id||Third party cookie||Persistent cookie||Persistent cookie set by Twitter|
|APISID, HSID, NID, OTZ, PREF, SAPISID||Third party cookie||Persistent cookie||These cookies store the preferences and information of users each time they visit web pages containing a Google Maps or other Google services.|
|auth_token, device_token||Third party cookie||Persistent cookie||They understand if you are logged in to a Twitter account during the session|
|c_user, csm, datr, fr, lu, s, xs||Third party cookie||Session cookie||Cookie from facebook.com. They allow you to control the "Follow us on Facebook" and "Like" buttons, collect the language settings and allow you to share the page|
|GAPS, LSID, LSOLH, LSOSID, SID, SSID||Third party cookie||Persistent cookie||These cookies remember the preferences of the user settings|
|guest_id||Third party cookie||Persistent cookie||It allows you to track the sharing of the contents on Twitter|
|guest_id, kdt||Third party cookie||Persistent cookie||It allows you to track the sharing of the contents on Twitter|
|lang||Third party cookie||Session cookie||It stores the language|
|mp_67b1ea16962786880b42510f8a149cbe_mixpanel, mp_c3de24deb6a3f73fba73a616bb625130_mixpanel||Third party cookie||Persistent cookie||Cookies of the Mixpanel service set by Twitter|
|remember_checked_on||Third party cookie||Persistent cookie||It understands if you are logged in to a Twitter account during the session|
|wordpress_test_cookie||Technical cookie||Session cookie||Session cookies installed by the CMS|
|wp-settings-5, wp-settings-time-5||Technical cookie||Persistant cookie||Session cookies installed by the CMS|
|_ga||third party cookie||persistent cookie||It allows you to track the sharing of the contents on Twitter and Facebook|
|_sio||Third party cookie||Persistent cookie||Persistent cookie set by Twitter|
|__cfduid||third-party cookie||persistent cookie||Cookie set by creativecommons.org|
|__utma||Third pary cookie||Persistent cookie||It is used to calculate new and returning visitor statistics. It is used by Google Webmaster and Analytics|
|__utmb||Third party cookie||Persistent cookie||It counts the duration of a session/visit of a user. It is used by Google Analytics|
|__utmc||Third party cookie||Session cookie||It counts the duration of a session/visit of a user. It is used by Google Analytics|
|__utmt||Third party cookie||Persistent cookie||It is used to throttle request rate|
|__utmz||Third party cookie||Persistent cookie||This cookie identifies the source of traffic to the site - so Google Analytics can tell where visitors came from when arriving on the site|
How to manage cookies on your personal computer?
Regardless of your decision, you may change your cookie settings (allow, limit, disable) at any time through relevant web browser settings. In order to use these functionalities, follow the instructions for the web browser you are using:
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