About cookies

New EU legislation obliges us to inform you how we use cookies. This page was created to explain how cookies are being used.

We believe it is important to protect your personal data and to be transparent on how your data is being used.
This information is meant to inform you and help you enjoy our websites and apps.

What are cookies?

A cookie is just a small text file that contains small data sets and is created and saved when you visit a website or an application.

It’s designed to help websites and applications remember what you did in the past.
This may include whether you clicked on specific links or pages, if you signed in to your profile or if you had access to pages on the site months or even years ago.
There are several types of cookies, the site uses specific cookies to give you the best possible experience.

According to the new regulations, we describe the cookies we use, so you can manage the cookies installed on your computer and decide whether you wish to install them or if you would prefer to delete some or all of the cookies already installed or even disable the use of cookies on our sites and apps altogether.

What kind of cookies our website uses

Performance cookies – analytics.js

They collect information about how you use a site or an app. For example, which pages you visit more often and whether you receive error messages.

They do not collect information about your identity, as all information is anonymous. They are only used to improve the way the site or application works.

The site uses “performance” cookies to:

  1. Gather statistics on how our sites or apps are used
    • Counting the number of visitors
    • Separate unique visitors
    • Counting visits to the site
    • Counting the number / percentage of departures from the site
  2. Improve websites or applications by counting any errors that occur

“Performance” cookies are not being used to remember your preferences or username after your current visit.
Using our website implies your acceptance of the use of “performance” cookies.
Below there is a list of third party cookies that are identified as “performance” cookies:

Is being used to export statistics for our site
Expires after 2 years

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Expires after 1 minute

Cookies Management

If you decide that you are not happy with the use of cookies on this site, or wish to modify your settings for some or all cookies, you can easily delete them from your browser’s cookies folder. You can also set your browser to block cookies or send an alert before saving a cookie to your computer.
Due to the fact that there are many different browsers for which we do not give instructions here, you can always visit the All About Cookies website for more information.