Last revised: “06” October 2022
By clicking ‘Reject’ on the cookie banner, you do not allow us to store and access any cookies, pixels, and other tracking technologies which do not refer to Necessary Cookies. However, it may disrupt the normal functioning of our website (and have an adverse impact on your user experience).
WHAT ARE “COOKIES”?
Cookies (or similar technologies) are tiny text files containing small amounts of data about you and your interaction with our website. Cookies work by assigning users with unique reference codes (identifiers) that are placed on their device when they access the website. Later (if they last longer than a web-session) they are sent back to the originating website on each subsequent visit, or to another website that recognizes them.
Please note that our website may also contain other tracking technologies such as “pixels” (or “web-beacons”). These are typically small, transparent images that provide us with website statistics. They are often used in conjunction with cookies, though they are not stored on your device in the same way. As a result, if you disable cookies, pixels may still load, but their functionality will be restricted. For simplicity, all such technologies are further collectively referred to as “cookies”.
Some cookies are critical for the proper functioning of our website (“Necessary Cookies”), whereas others help us personalize and improve your experience while using the website (such as “Preference Cookies”, “Statistic Cookies”, “Marketing Cookies” and “Social Media Cookies”).
Cookies can remain on your device for different periods of time. Some of them are “Session Cookies” – they are only stored on the device during your browser session. In other words, they are automatically erased when you close your browser. Other ones like “Persistent Cookies” will remain on your device even after your browser session has ended until you manually erase them, or as they expire. They are used, for example, to remember you when you return to the website.
Our website uses both ‘first’ and ‘third’ party cookies, depending on the domain placing/providing them. First Party Cookies are those set directly by this website, whereas Third Party Cookies are placed or provided by other domains (please see the list of such third parties herein in Section “Third parties”). Please note that we have no (or limited) control over the Third Party Cookies.
- the date and duration of your visit to the website;
- the webpages which you viewed during your visit;
- your IP address;
- your preferences (such as language selected to view the website);
- the type and version of browser which you used;
- your device’s operating system and other settings.
We use the information that we gather in order to evaluate the website’s usage, content, navigability, and composition. This statistical analysis allows us to improve our website, make your user experience more enjoyable, and provide value-added services.
WHAT WE DON’T DO WITH COOKIES
We never share or sell any information about you (including your personal data) except as and to the extent expressly stated in our policies and/or communications with you. Please also be assured that cookies cannot be used to run programs or deliver viruses to your devices.
CONSENT FOR COOKIES
As mentioned above, if you visit a website and another entity sets a cookie through that website, this would be a Third Party Cookie. Moreover, some of the cookies we place on our website are provided by trusted third parties.
WHAT COOKIES ARE USED ON THIS WEBSITE
You can find the details of cookies used on this website below:
These cookies are essential to allow you to browse around the website and use its features – they enable basic functionality of the website like network management, webpage navigation and access to secure areas of the website.
Necessary cookies cannot be turned off in our systems. However, you may disable these by changing your browser settings (as described in Section “Disabling cookies”), but this may have an adverse impact on how the website functions.
Providers of Necessary Cookies: GROUP325, Google.
We use preference cookies in order to remember choices you make when you use the website, like your preferred language. This information changes the way the website behaves or looks and helps to make the visits more tailored and pleasant.
Providers of Preference Cookies: GROUP325.
Statistic cookies collect anonymous information on how people use our website. We integrate these cookies to obtain statistical information that tells us how long users spend on the website, how they use its webpages, which ones are most commonly viewed, and whether any errors occur. In the end, it helps to improve the user experience while browsing our website.
The data stored by these cookies is usually anonymized, i.e., doesn’t show personal details from which your individual identity can be established.
Providers of Statistic Cookies: GROUP325, Google.
Marketing cookies are used to track users behavior across the website. These cookies collect information about your browsing habits in order to make our website more relevant to your particular interests.
Providers of Marketing Cookies: GROUP325, Google.
Most internet browsers are initially set up to automatically accept cookies. You can manage cookies by adjusting the appropriate settings on your browser, although some of our website features may not function as a result.
You can follow the links provided below to manage the cookie settings on your device, depending on the browser you use:
if you use Google Chrome, see the details via the following webpage;
if you use Mozilla Firefox, see the details via the following webpage;
if you use Internet Explorer, see the details via the following webpage;
if you use Opera, see the details via the following webpage;
if you use Microsoft Edge, see the details via the following webpage;
if you use Safari (on iPhone), see the details via the following webpage;
if you use Safari (on MacBook), see the details via the following webpage;
if you use Samsung Internet (on your phone), see the details via the following webpage.
Moreover, you can find useful information about managing cookie preferences on the All About Cookies website – it is a free resource which explains:
what cookies are and how they are used (available at the link);
how to delete cookies from your browser (available at the link).
Still, you can opt out of the Google Analytics cookies by following the link.
LINKS TO OTHER WEBSITES
If you consider that your personal data is processed in contradiction with applicable legal regulations, you have the right to file a complaint directly with the respective personal data protection authority (the contacts of the European Union national data protection authorities are available at the website of the European Data Protection Board).
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