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Cookies policy

Cookies policy

1. What are cookies?
The website uses cookies technology. Cookies are small files, made up of letters and numbers, stored by the browser that the user uses to have a better Internet browsing experience. These files allow websites to remember and store useful information about the user's preferences to make interaction with websites safer and faster, because they can remember each person's preferences by sending the information that the website contains originating or to another website to which they belong when the website is visited again.
Cookies are used in order to adapt the content of the web pages to the user's preferences and to optimize the web pages. They are also used in the preparation of aggregated anonymous statistics that help to understand how a user benefits from the pages of the site, allowing it to improve its structure and content, excluding the personal identification of the user.

2. How can a user control cookie files?
The user can withdraw their consent to cookies at any time. For this purpose, cookies can be blocked or removed either through the browser settings. web, by using software provided by third parties, or by following the specific instructions for cookie categories. In any case, problems may arise related to the use of certain parts of the website if the user disables cookies.
If the user wishes to remove cookies stored on their devices and configure their web browser to refuse cookies, the user's personal web browser preference settings can be used. Usually, these browser settings related to cookie files can be found in the "Options", "Tools" or "Preferences" menus of the web browser that is used to access the website. Depending on the existing web browsers, various means can be used to disable cookies. To get more information, we recommend visiting the website of the browsers used:

Cookie settings in Internet Explorer – Internet Explorer;
Cookie settings in Firefox – Firefox;
Cookie settings in Chrome – Chrome;
Cookie settings in Safari – Safari;
Cookie settings in Edge – Edge;
Cookie settings in Opera – Opera.

3. What type of cookies are used by
Cookies can be in the form of session/temporary cookies or persistent cookies.
Temporary cookies - these are temporarily stored in the "cookie" folder of the web browser, which stores them until the user leaves the site or closes the browser window (for example, when the user logs in / out of an account e-mail or social networks).
Persistent cookies – these are stored on the hard drive of a computer or other device (and generally depend on the preset life cycle of cookies). Certain cookies are used exclusively during a single session and are not stored after the user leaves the website, while other cookies are stored and reused each time the user returns to the website. However, cookies can be deleted by the user at any time by accessing the personal browser settings.
They will remain stored on the user's computer or device until they are deleted or until they reach their expiration date.

4. Cookie files used for direct marketing purposes
Google Analytics
Google Analytics is a simple, easy-to-use tool that helps the site owner quantify how users interact with the site's content. As a user browses multiple web pages, Google Analytics provides the website owner with JavaScript tags (libraries) to record information about the page a user has visited, (eg the URL of the page). Google Analytics JavaScript libraries use HTTP Cookies to "remember" what a user has done on previous pages/interactions with the website. For more information, we recommend the website: analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usage
Visitor targeting cookie. These cookies record the user's visit to the site, the pages he visited and the links he followed. This information is used to make the site and the advertising displayed on it better match the user's interests. This information is also shared with some third parties this purpose.
Detailed information on Google Analytics and the protection of personal data (including how the user can control the information sent to Google) can be found at:

5. Social media cookies
On some of the websites, third parties that provide applications through these websites may place their own cookie files in order to monitor the performance of their applications or to customize these applications for the user. For example, when a user shares an article using a share button on social networks (eg Facebook/Twitter) available on a website, the social network platform associated with that button will record this. Some websites may also contain embedded content, for example video content from third parties such as YouTube, and in this case these third parties may place their own cookies .

6. Do cookies contain personal data?
Cookies themselves do not require personal information to be used and, in most cases, do not personally identify Internet users. Personal data can be collected through the use of Cookies only to facilitate certain functionalities for the user.

7. Useful links
If you would like to learn more about how cookie technology works in relation to online advertising, we recommend that you consult the following: