A cookie is information stored on your computer by a website you visit.
In some browsers, each cookie is a small file, but in Firefox, all cookies are stored in a single file, located in the Firefox profile folder.
Cookies often store your settings for a website, such as your preferred language or location. When you return to the site, your Browser sends back the cookies that belong to the site. This allows the site to present you with information customized to fit your needs.
Cookies can store a wide range of information, including personally identifiable information (such as your name, home address, email address, or telephone number). However, this information can only be stored if you provide it - websites cannot gain access to information you didn't provide to them, and they can't access other files on your computer.
These cookies do not require approval.
These cookies enable features that are absolutely necessary to use the website as intended. These cookies are used exclusively on this website and are therefore first- party cookies. They are only saved on your computer while you are actually browsing the website. Other technical cookies are analytic cookies used to collect information, in aggregate form, on the number of users and on how they visit this site.
These cookies require the prior consent of the user.
Profiling cookies are used to collect information and send advertising messages in line with the preferences expressed by the user in the context of browsing the web.
As these are cookies of other websites (the so called third-party cookies) you’ll find below the information regarding the consent or the refusal of these cookies.
Profiling Cookies (First Party)
Your browser gives you the possibility to deactivate cookies. Find out more under the "Help" section of the browser.
Informations about how to delete or disable Cookies:
Third party cookies can also be cancelled or deactivated by the user. For further information please have a look at the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance website