What are cookies?
Cookies are small data files stored in the browser installed on the device you use to view a website. Cookies are stored either temporarily, for the time you're visiting our website, or permanently, which means that they remain on your device for a predetermined period of time or until they are manually removed by you.
The purpose of technical cookies is to support the basic functions of our website. The website cannot function without cookies of this type. Technical cookies allow the website to be correctly displayed, forms to be submitted, navigation to function, and other essential tasks to be carried out. For this reason, technical cookies cannot be switched off.
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Analytical cookies serve to allow us to understand how users use our website. Data is collected anonymously, and is used as the basis for making improvements aimed at providing the optimal user experience. For example, when we see that searches carried out by visitors to our website take too long, analytical cookies allow us to move a given item to a location where it won't be overlooked.
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Marketing cookies ensure that our website only displays advertisements that correspond to your interests, thanks to the fact that marketing cookies monitor your interests based on your activities on other platforms, such as Google and Facebook. Rejecting marketing cookies will not reduce the quantity of advertising messages. Their number will remain the same, but they will not be targeted.
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An analytics platform used to collect data about user interaction with the site and analyze how users use the website, how they move between them or where they come from.
Google Tag Manager
Website code management system. Its principle is that only one code is placed on the web and then individual measurement codes are inserted via the web interface.