Our cookie policy

On your first visit to the website, a banner informs you that the site uses cookies to improve your user experience. The purpose of this policy is to inform you of the cookies we use and how they work. It also tells you how to set up your preferences.

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small text, image, or software files that are placed and stored on your computer, smartphone, or other device that can be used to browse the Internet when you visit a website. We use these cookies to make it easy to use of the site, make your browsing more enjoyable and efficient, know the audience of the website, adapt our editorial content.

What cookies do we use?

Below you will find the cookies used on the website and their purpose.

Performance and audience measurement cookies

The site uses Google Analytics. Google Analytics cookies are performance and audience measurement cookies, they collect anonymous information during your visits to the website. Their objective is to enable the analysis of browsing behaviors on the site for optimization purposes.

To learn more about Google Analytics cookies, click here.

Necessary Cookies

These cookies are necessary for the website to function properly.

How do I accept or refuse cookies?

From your browser you have the ability to manage cookies, which you can accept or refuse, all or only some. You also have the option of configuring your browser so that it will ask you to validate cookies every time they may be place in your computer.

Cookies and settings are managed differently depending on the browser you use. The process is described in the browser’s Help menu, where you will find information about adjusting cookie settings to your wishes.

In addition, you can disable Google Analytics, by installing a small plugin offered by Google and available for major browsers.

However, we would like to inform you that if you refuse to accept all cookies, some of the website may be impaired or inaccessible. Therefore, we cannot be held responsible for consequences associated with the impaired operation of our content or services.