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Every time you access the website / web portal, regardless of the presence or absence of a cookie, we record the type of browser, the operating system and the #8217; host together with the #8217; visitor's source URL, as well as information on the requested page. This data can, therefore, be used in aggregate and anonymous form to perform statistical analysis on the #8217; use of the website.
The cookies used on the website / web portal are divided into 4 types:
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Performance cookies collect anonymous information about the pages visited by users. They are used to trace the most sought after pages and are useful for improving links between pages and for determining the reason for possible error messages. Functionality cookies also store the choices made by the #8217 user in order to improve browsing and your online experience.
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Provided and managed by third parties to generate specific advertising messages based on browsing habits and the interests of individual users. However, these cookies do not use sensitive user data. & #8220; L & #8217; storage of information in the #8217; terminal equipment of a contractor or user or the #8217; access to information already stored is permitted only on condition that the contractor or user has expressed his consent after being informed in the manner simplified as per #8217; article 13, paragraph 3 & #8221; (Article 122, paragraph 1 of the Code). You see Section Purposes of the processing of collected data.
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