Cookies are very useful and perform various functions that make your browsing experience on websites easy and enjoyable. You could say that they are “memories” of the website about you, helping it to remember how you navigated its pages in the past and the choice you have made on the way.
A cookie is a simple information fragment in the form of a very small text file. Each cookie is unique and comprised of the name of the website which created it and a unique string of numbers and letters.
Most websites place cookies on the hard drive of your device (computer, mobile phone, tablet) when you navigate them. They do this through your browser – Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari or Firefox. A cookie can be read and recaptured only by the website which created it; websites can never exchange information between them through cookies.
Some cookies are only available for the duration of your visit. These “session cookies” disappear from your computer or mobile device after closing the browser. Other cookies remain in your computer or mobile device even after you close the browser and are available for a set period of time. These “persistent cookies” are activated each time you visit the site that generated them.
A visit on this website may place the following types of cookies:
Cookies may be used for different purposes. First of all, they may be necessary in order to ensure the correct functionality of the website. For example, without cookie modules, it may be difficult for the website to remember that you have logged in. These are called necessary cookies and are automatically active, without the need of the user’s agreement.
Analysis cookies collect information about the way in which the users navigate an internet page, like what are the most popular pages, which page connection method is the most effective and whether or not users receive error messages on certain pages. These cookies allow us to offer a good experience and have the role of improving the way in which our internet page is working, as well as demographic segmentation of the audience, which is subsequently used to personalize ads if this purpose is allowed.
Cookies are text files, offered to your browser by a web server and then stored on the device’s hard drive. Most browsers are set to accept cookies. If you prefer not to, you may reset your browser in order to either notify you when a website is serving cookies or to reject them entirely.
Nevertheless, you should know that certain sections of our website cannot be accessed normally if you’ve set your browser to reject all cookies. It’s not because we want this to happen, but rather because some functionalities of our website cannot work properly without cookies.
Google may also transfer this information to third parties if this is allowed by the law or if these third parties process information on behalf of google. Google will not associate the IP address with other data retained by Google.
By using this website, you are agreeing to the processing of your personal data for the aforementioned purposes.
You want to know more about our cookies? You can contact our Privacy Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org
This version was updated on 10.06.2019