On this page, we aim to provide information about Cookies, also called “Cookies”, which we use on our site, to help you manage and understand them.
We use cookie technologies to manage our site, analyze trends, track users’ movements on the site and deliver targeted ads. On this page, you can understand what these technologies are and find the information you will need to check your usage.
When you access / enter our site for the first time, you may receive a message stating that cookies and similar technologies are in use. By clicking “Accept”, you agree that you understand and accept the use of these technologies, as described in this Cookies Policy, when you close the message or continue browsing the site.
You do not have to accept cookies and you may withdraw your consent at any time, even if you have accepted them. You can change your browser settings to reject or restrict cookies and delete them whenever they are placed on your device. If you do not accept or delete our cookies, some sections on our site that you access or try to access may not work properly.
What are Cookies?
Cookies are small files containing a set of characters that we store on your computer or mobile device when you visit our site. When you visit our site again, cookies allow us to recognize your browser. Cookies can store your preferences and other information, but cannot read data from your hard disk or read cookie files created by other sites.
Cookies set by a website owner are called “first party cookies”. Cookies set by parties other than the website owner are called “third party cookies”. Third-party cookies enable third-party features or functionality to be provided on or through the site (eg advertising, social media functions and analytics). Third parties who place cookies on the site control the personal data they collect about you and are considered “data controllers” according to European law.
We use the following categories of cookies:
Strictly Necessary Cookies. These are the cookies required for our site to work. For example, these cookies include cookies that allow you to log in to the secure areas of our websites, to become a member or to benefit from similar services.
Performance and Functionality Cookies. These are used to recognize you when you return to our site (when you visit our site again). This allows us to personalize our content for you and remember your preferences (such as your choice of language or region), but it is not important to the performance of the site.
Analytical or Customization Cookies. These cookies collect information about how users access and act on the site. We use this information collectively to help us improve the way our site works or personalize our site according to your interests.
Advertising Cookies. These cookies are used to make the ads displayed on the site more relevant to you. These cookies prevent ads from reappearing and ensure that ads are displayed properly. Some third-party cookies may track users on different websites and offer ads relevant to your interests.
Social Media Cookies. These cookies allow us to integrate social media functions on our site and can also be used for advertising purposes.
How Cookies Are Controlled?
When you access the site for the first time, we may show you a message informing you that cookies and similar technologies are in use, depending on your location. By clicking “Accept”, you declare that you understand and accept the use of these technologies, as described in this Cookies Policy, when you close the message or continue browsing the site.
You do not have to accept cookies, and your acceptance confirmation can always be withdrawn even though you cannot use certain features on the site. You can do this by enabling some settings in your browser that allow you to reject the setting of all or some cookies.
You can visit the links below to learn how to control cookies for the most popular browsers and to find useful information.
Microsoft Internet Explorer:
You can also change your advertising cookie selections by visiting:
In addition to cookies, we use other technologies to recognize and track visitors to our site. A web beacon (also known as a “tracking pixel” or “clean GIF”) is an open graphic image (typically a single pixel tag) that is transmitted via a web browser or HTML email, usually in conjunction with a cookie.
Web beacons allow us, for example, to track how users move from one page of our site to another, monitor access to communications, to see if users are coming to our site from an online ad displayed on a third-party website. This is used to measure how ads are displayed and to improve site performance.
Below are links to the privacy policies of our major third-party partners and to disabling ads so you can better manage your online privacy.
We may change this policy from time to time. Please check this policy regularly for any changes.
If you have any other questions or concerns about our Cookies Policy and services, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.