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Below, you will find information on the different ways we use cookies. If you wish, you can deactivate the installation of some cookies. Nevertheless, this might have an impact on your use of the website and the services we can offer you.

Strictly Necessary Cookies

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Performance Cookies
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List and Description of Cookies

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These are persistent performance cookies, and they are used as part of our web analytics activities to monitor internet traffic and compile information on how users use our website. Below, we offer more detailed information on each type of Google Analytics cookie:

- UTMA: this cookie monitors the number of times a user has visited our website, and when their first and last visits were.
- UTMB and UTMC: these cookies work together to calculate how long visits last. UTMB collects information on the exact moment when a visitor accesses our website, while UTMC collects information on the exact moment when a visitor leaves the site. UTMB expires at the end of a session. UTMC expires after 30 minutes (this time is needed to ensure that there is no additional activity).
- UTMZ: this cookie detects where the visitor has come from. For example, what search engine they used, if they clicked on a link, what keywords they used and what part of the world the user is visiting from.
These cookies are provided and managed entirely by Google.


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This cookie enables other websites to know that you have visited our website. As a result, they can show you content matching your interests.
This cookie is from Doubleclick (Google).


The PHPSESSID cookie is native to the website PHP. It is a temporary cookie that is used to establish users’ sessions. It disappears when the user exits the website.


This cookie determines whether the user has accepted the information on cookies. Cookie provided by the website itself.


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The __zlcid and __zprivacy cookies that you can see in your browser settings are from Zopim. Zopim is the tool we use to provide our customer service chat capability. These cookies allow us to provide this service, and to identify returning visitors.

How Can Cookies be Managed in the Browser?

Users can manage the cookies installed on their computer by configuring their browsing options. Below, we will show you how you can change the settings of your cookie options on the most common browsers for your PC. If you use other web browsers or platforms, please consult the related documents provided by the company that created the browser. The information shown here regarding configuration is for existing versions at the time of writing this document. These instructions my change with future versions of web browsers. In this case, please consult the corresponding support section in the documentation of the company that created the browser.

In order to modify permits regarding cookies in Google Chrome:
• Click on the menu located on the toolbar.
• Select Settings.
• Click on Advanced.
• In the Privacy section, click on Content settings.
• In the Cookies section, options can be modified.

Further information on Google Chrome.

In order to modify permits regarding cookies in Mozilla Firefox:
• At the top of the window, click on Tools.
• Select Options.
Select the Privacy panel.
• In Firefox, you can select "Use custom settings for history" in order to configure your options.

Further information on Mozilla Firefox.

In order to modify permits regarding cookies in Internet Explorer:
• At the top of the Internet Explorer window, click on Tools.
• Go to the Security button and select Delete Browsing History to delete cookies.

Further information on Internet Explorer.

If you block the use of cookies in your browser, certain services or features of the website may not be available to you.