Cookies Policy

Cookies policy
In order for the website to work properly and to be improved in order to improve your browsing experience, a minimum amount of information (cookies) must be stored on your computer. More than 90% of websites use the practice of cookies and are required by European Union rules to seek the consent of users. By using this website, you agree to the use of cookies, by blocking which you can still browse the site, but some of its features will not be functional. Your current status: No consent. Manage your consent.

What is a cookie?
A cookie is information stored on a personal computer at the time you browse the website you have visited. Cookies are easier to use as they save your settings for a website (language or address) and reactivate them when you restart them. In this way, the information is tailored to your needs and common ways of using it. From simple setup information, cookies can also store a large amount of personal information (name, email address) to which you must give full access. If you have not enabled them, cookies cannot access the files on your computer. Cookie saving and sending activities are not visible to you, but you can select the option to approve / reject requests to save cookies, delete saved cookies and other activities related to the use of cookies in the settings of the selected Internet browser.

How to disable cookies?
Disabling cookies does not allow them to be stored on your own computer. Cookie settings can be configured and changed in the selected internet browser. To see the settings, choose the browser you’re using (Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer 9, Internet Explorer 7 and 8, and Opera or Safari). If you disable cookies, you will not be able to use certain functionalities of the website.

What cookies does this website use?
Session cookies – these are cookies that will be automatically deleted when you close the Internet browser in which you work. Persistent cookies – these are cookies that will remain “recorded” in your internet browser until they expire or you delete them manually. The information collected is anonymous and does not include your private information.

What are temporary cookies?
Temporary cookies, or session cookies, are removed from your personal computer when you close the Internet browser in which you browsed the website. With the help of these cookies, the pages store temporary data.

What are persistent cookies?
Persistent, or saved, cookies remain on your personal computer even after you close your Internet browser. With the help of these cookies, the website stores data to make it easier for you to use. For example, websites that require you to enter a username and password will “remember” your entry, which will appear each time you visit it again. Persistent cookies will remain recorded on your computer for days, months or years.

What are first-party cookies?
First-party cookies come from the website you are browsing, and can be temporary or permanent. In this way, the website stores data that will make it easier for you to use each time you visit that website.

What are third party cookies?
Third-party cookies on your computer come from other websites located on the website you are browsing. These are, for example, pop-up ads, and cookies have the role of tracking websites for advertising purposes.

Does this website use cookies?
Yes, this website uses cookies to provide you with a simpler and better user experience.

Are there any third party cookies on the website?
There are several external services that store limited cookies for you, and this website has not set them. Limited cookies are used for uninterrupted use of features that provide users with easy access to content. This page allows you to: Measure traffic. The site uses Google Analytics – a service to measure traffic. If you wish to disable the storage of cookies by this service, disable them at the following link: Additional information about the exclusion of cookies There are several websites to exclude the storage of cookies for different services. Read more information at the following links: