What are cookies?

A cookie is a small information a website requests from your browser. They are stored on your device to aid you in navigating our website efficiently and engaging in a certain way so that the website can “retain” your behaviour or preferences over time.

How and why do we use cookies?


The following are the primary reasons why our website uses cookies:

  • to preserve each user’s unique behaviour and preferences;
  • to guarantee the website’s correct operation and boost its performance;
  • to assist visitors in carrying out numerous tasks without having to re-enter information while switching between pages or returning to the website later;
  • we may easily customise or enhance your experience on our website by keeping cookies on your computer, making your subsequent visits more pleasant.

In addition to what is noted in this policy, we won’t utilise cookies for anything else.

Website’s Privacy Policy

The website’s Privacy Policy aims to provide detailed information about the private information you give us or that we obtain from you via this site and how we will process them. The Cookies Policy, which provides details on all data acquired by our website, including cookies, is a different document from the Privacy Policy.

The Privacy Policy is accessible permanently on our website. It includes information about who we are, the types of personal data we handle, the grounds on why we do so, and the purpose for processing them. If personal data is made available to others, it also includes information about that, as well as data transfers abroad, how long data is stored, data security, the repercussions of not processing the data and data subjects’ rights concerning that processing.

What kind of data may be gathered using cookies?

a. Your IP address or proxy server IP;

b. The requested domain;

c. The name of the internet service provider;

d. The date and time of visits to the website;

e. The duration of the session;

f. The accessed pages;

g. The number of connections;

h. The viewed page and information related to it;

i. The website from which you were sent to our website;

j. Your operating system;

k. The technical capabilities of your browser; and

l. Other

How can you manage cookies?

The majority of browsers accept cookies. However, you may manage and/or remove cookies as you see fit. All the cookies in your computer can be deleted, and most browsers can be set up not to store cookies. Yet, should you do this, you might have to change specific preferences each time you visit a website manually, and particular services and features may not work.

What cookies do we use on this website?

Strictly necessary cookies are needed for our website’s proper functioning and operation. These include, for example, cookies that allow you to log in to the customer areas of our website and that are necessary for the administration of the system and for the prevention of fraudulent activities.

Analytical/performance cookies allow us to recognise and count visitors and learn how visitors navigate our website. These cookies help us improve users’ browsing experience on our website so they can more easily find the information they seek.

Functionality cookies are used to recognise users who return to our website. These cookies help us personalise our website’s content for you and remember your preferences (for example, cookies that remember the content you visited on this website or your e-mail address and password provided during a previous visit to this website). Therefore, functional cookies allow us to deliver content tailored to your interests. When you return to this website, there is no need to re-register or re-enter certain information in the registration forms.

Targeting and advertising cookies that record your visit to our website, the pages you have viewed, the articles you have viewed and the links you have followed. These cookies make web advertising more relevant to your interests, which we have identified based on the pages/links you visit and the articles you read. For this purpose, we may also share this information with third parties we use for various services (e.g. analysis or advertising).

Tiny coding fragments called web beacons (or “web bugs”) insert a visual image into an e-mail or online page to communicate the sender’s data. Web beacons are typically used with cookies to track e-mails sent to you and tag pages for web analytics purposes. Information collected through web beacons can include the IP Address and how a user responds to an e-mail campaign (for example, when an e-mail is open, where the user is redirected from that e-mail, etc.). We use Web Beacons information for various purposes, including, but not limited to, website traffic reporting, unique visitor numbers, advertising and e-mail auditing and reporting, and personalisation.