In line with European legislation, this website aims to ensure that every user of the website understands what cookies are and why they are used, so that they can consciously decide whether to accept their use or not. A cookie is a small text file containing a unique identification number that is transferred from the website to the hard disk of the computer through an anonymous code that can identify the computer but not the user and passively monitor the activities on the site.
- Strictly necessary cookies
- Performance cookies
- Functional cookies
- Profiling cookies
This website uses only the first three categories of cookies, for which no consent is required
- Strictly necessary cookies: These cookies are essential in order to allow navigation of the website and the use of its features, such as access to some protected areas. Without these cookies, some required features such as login to the site or the creation of an online shopping cart could not be provided.
- Analytical cookies: These cookies collect information on how users use the website, for example which pages are visited more often and if users receive error messages from these pages. These cookies do not collect information that identifies a specific visitor. All information collected by these cookies are aggregated and therefore anonymous. They are used solely to improve the functioning of the website.
These cookies can be compared to “technical cookies” when alternatively they are used directly by the site administrator to collect information in aggregate form or are managed by third parties and specific means are used to reduce the ability of cookies to identify users (for example, hiding a significant part of the IP address) and where the third party uses them exclusively for the provision of the service. For example, they store cookie data separately without crossing them or enriching them with other personal data available.
- Functional cookies: These cookies allow the website to remember the choices made by the user (username, language, geographical area) in order to optimize and provide more advanced features. These cookies can also be used to provide user-requested features such as viewing a video or commenting on an article. This information collected from cookies can be anonymous and does not track the user’s browsing and activities on other websites. These cookies can also be called technical cookies.
The cookies mentioned above are defined as persistent and their duration is established by the server when they are created.
Cookie preferences: Some of the cookies used on our site are set by us, while others are set by third parties that provide services on our behalf.
This website does not accept any responsibility for the contents and cookies of external links, which may be subject to change without notice by the respective operators. We provide the user with the purpose of using third-party cookies and links to third-party information.
Google Analytics cookies: This website includes components transmitted by Google Analytics, a web traffic analysis service provided by Google Inc. (“Google”). These are third-party cookies collected and managed in aggregate to monitor and improve the performance of our sites (analytical cookies).
- uses anonymization by masking the IP address, so that Google Analytics removes the last 8 digits of the user’s IP address before storing or using the data;
- does not use and does not allow the use of Google’s third-party analysis tool to track or collect sensitive information or data. The use of these cookies is subject to contractual restrictions with Google, which refers to Google’s commitment to use these cookies only for the provision of the service, to store them separately and not to “enrich” or “cross” them with other information available. On this point, we inform you that there is no use of additional services of Google Analytics.
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