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Notice about cookies

About cookies and their use on our website

What are cookies?

A cookie is a file that stores website settings. Websites store cookies on the users’ devices used to access the Internet in order to identify individual devices and the settings the users used when accessing. Cookies allow websites to identify whether a user has already visit the site. Advanced applications can use them to adjust individual settings. Their storage is under the full control of the browser used by the user; the latter can optionally limit or disable the storage of cookies.

Why are cookies needed?

Cookies are fundamental to providing user-friendly online services; the most common functions of E-commerce would not be possible without cookies. The interaction between web users and a website is faster and easier with the use of cookies. They also enable the website to remember an individual’s preferences and experience. Consequently, browsing the web is more effective and pleasant. There are many reasons for the use of cookies. They are used to store data on the state of individual websites (adjustments and settings), help in providing online services (e.g. online shops) and in keeping statistics on users, visits to the website, web user habits, etc. Cookies therefore allow us to assess the effectiveness of our website. For more information on the recommended and authorised use of cookies on websites, please see the Information Commissioner’s guidelines on the use of cookies, which you can find here.

List of cookies on our website

First-party cookies


Name Duration Description
_utma 2 years Google Analytics, records a distinction between users and sessions
_utmb 30 minutes Google Analytics, records a new session or a new user
_utmc session duration Google Analytics, records visit duration
_utmz 6 months Google Analytics, determines traffic source or campaign
has_js session duration Helps the website understand whether your browser supports JavaScript
cookie-agreed-sl 3 months   Records the reception of a cookie-warning


Third-party cookies

Name Duration Description
_qca 3 years Vimeo
_utma 2 years Vimeo, records a distinction between users and sessions
_utmb 30 minutes Vimeo, records a new session or new user
_utmc session duration Vimeo, records visit duration
_utmz 6 months Vimeo, determines the traffic source or campaign
adB 9 years Vimeo
auto_load_stats 27 years Vimeo, checks whether the statistics have been loaded
html_player 3 months Vimeo, checks if the HTML Player has been loaded
uid 9 years Vimeo, user ID
vimeo_cart 10 years Vimeo
PREF 10 years YouTube, video player ID
VISTOR_INFO1_LIVE 9 months YouTube, user ID
YSC session YouTube, visitor’s session


The cookies used on our website do not collect personal data and personally identifiable information and cannot harm your computer, tablet or mobile phone. Cookies enable the operation of our website and help us understand what information is most useful for our visitors.


By using this site, you agree that the site sets cookies on your computer or mobile device.

Managing and deleting cookies

If you want to change the use of cookies in your browser, including blocking and deleting, you can do it by changing your browser settings. As for the management of cookies, most browsers allow you to accept or reject all cookies, accept only a certain type of cookies or notifies you that the site wants to store cookies. The cookies stored by the browser can be easily deleted. If you change or delete your browser’s cookie file, change or update your browser or device, you may need to re-disable cookies. The method for managing and deleting cookies varies from browser to browser. If you need help, you can consult your browser’s user support. The Google Analytics tracking can be disabled on the following link.