What are cookies?
A cookie is a file that is downloaded to your computer when you access certain websites. Cookies are used, among other things, to store and retrieve information about your computer and your browsing habits and, depending on the information they contain and how you use your computer, they may also be used to identify you.
About cookie law
Like most websites that use analytics, this website uses both proprietary and third-party cookies in order to better understand user behaviour. They’re not used to show you personalised advertising: you won’t find any ads here. As you’ll have seen on your first visit, we assume that you’re aware of this policy, and that if you’ve accepted the terms and conditions, or have continued browsing for 10 seconds or more after the cookie notification popped up, this means that you agree to us using cookies for statistical purposes.
If you’d prefer not to accept cookies from any website, you can configure your browser to decline them by going to: Settings-> advanced settings-> privacy-> Cookies-> Block third-party cookies. You can manage any exceptions via this same menu.
Accept: If you click to accept cookies, you won’t see the notification again on this website.
Continue browsing: You can choose to ignore the notification, and continue browsing. In this case, the notification will pop up again the next time you visit the site and will continue to do so until you click the ‘Agree’ button.