What is a Cookie?
Cookies are files that contain small amounts of information that are downloaded to the user's device when the user visits a web page. The main objective is to recognize the user whenever he/she accesses the site, which also makes it possible to improve quality and to offer improved use of the site.
Cookies are essential to the functioning of the Internet; they do not damage the user's equipment/ device, and, if they are activated in the configuration of the user's browser, help to identify and resolve errors in the operation of the site.
When a user accesses the website, he/she expressly agrees to the use of this type of Cookies on his/her devices. If the user disables Cookies, his/her navigation on the site cannot be optimized and some of the utilities available on the site may not work properly.
Cookies save a single random identifier, which identifies an individual session. Cookies are only active during your visit and are deleted after the browser has closed.
When you load and access the site, data may be stored in order to speed up, ease and simplify facilitate your navigation.
These cookies therefore save your preferences in order to improve your experience in future visits.
Anonymous data may be saved during use of the website in order to analyse and improve the service provided to the user. These cookies are placed by third parties on behalf of RASO.
User settings to block cookies
Users may therefore use their browser settings tools to block cookies, or can set up their browser so that they receive a message whenever a server wants to save a cookie:
Cookie definitions can be altered in your browser preferences. Select the browser you are using in order to obtain more information:
For all other browsers, please look in the "help" menu of the browser, or contact the provider of the browser.