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To disable unique profiling cookies used on this site in order to display behavioral advertising click on the button "Disable profiling cookies used on xxxxxx.com", scroll down the list of companies and click on the red button "Disable all societies".
What are cookies?
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Each cookie has an expiration date after which it is automatically deleted.
Here is a detailed overview about the cookies used on this site and how to disable them.
- Profiling Cookies managed entirely by Google DoubleClick in order to profile the visitor and show advertising tied to your interests, your age and location. These cookies contain sensitive information about visitors and you can disable them by using the Your Online Choices EDAA's Portal other than as described below or by the Google tool that allows you to disable its interest-based ads or change the categories of interest or demographic data associated to the browser. We also encourage you to review the Privacy policies of Google advertising.
General information to remove or disable cookies
Cookie control and settings on them can be managed within your browser. Here are directions on how to manage cookies for the most popular browsers:
You can also activate in all modern browsers the "incognito mode" which while browsing cookies are never stored on your computer, also are not even saved form data and suggestions for searches and the addresses of sites visited do not appear in the history.