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What are cookies?
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What are cookies for?
Cookies used on our website are here to differentiate you to improve your browsing and the services we provide you with. In practice, technical cookies enabled us to authenticate you, identify you, accelerate your browsing on our website and access its different features. Other cookies to measure audience and trackers can help us establish audience statistics on our website, in order to improve our website and always make your visit comfortable, and to provide you with targeted ads and promotional offers according to your browsing.
How long do we store cookies?
In any case, the cookies sent to your terminal or any other element used to identify you for audience statistics or advertising purposes will have a limited lifespan up to 13 months, this duration isn’t automatically extended when you visit our website again.
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