Cookie policy

What is a cookie?

A “cookie” is a bit of information that the web server sends to the web browser, allowing the server to gather feedback from the browser. The user can then choose to delete a cookie in the options menu of any browser. The Adminstrator uses cookies that have to do with the functionality of the website, it’s effectiveness and remembering the user’s preferences. More information can be found here:

What is a web beacon?

Web beacons are files that allow a certain website to gather information about the number of users that visit it and give it permission to use their cookies. Cookies make identifying the user’s device and adapting the website’s content to their preferences possible. More information can be found here:

What kinds of cookies does this website use?

Our cookies serve 3 main purposes:

1. Important cookies

Some cookies are vital to the functionality of our website. They serve to identify the registered users.

2. Cookies that serve the website’s effectiveness

We use different cookies to analyse how users navigate through the website and monitor its performance. This allows us to offer you a high quality experience by tailoring the content and quickly identify and fix bugs.

3. Functionality cookies

These cookies make saving your preferences possible.

Are there any third party cookies?

We use or give permission to third parties to use cookies that fall in one of the three categories above. We may use third party cookies that help us research the market, monitor our profit, improve the website’s functionality and supervise the following of our terms and conditions.

Why are cookies important?

Cookies help you use the website, they also help us create a model of the users’ preferences. That’s why disagreeing or deactivating the cookies may cause the website to function improperly.

Some examples of why cookies are important:

  • Content and products adapted to the user’s preferences - both products and services
  • Keeping track of passwords
  • Measuring and optimising the characteristics from ​Google Analytics​– confirming a certain level of traffic on the website, what type of content is visualised and the way in which the user comes to visit the website (i.e. search engines, directly, other websites and so on)

The website uses these analytics to improve the website for the users’ sake.

Does the website use cookies that contain personal data?

Cookies don’t require personal data per se in order to be used, and in most cases don’t identify the user. They use only their IP address for the sake of statistics for locations and hacker-attack security. These IP addresses are encrypted in a way that doesn’t let unauthorized personas to have access to them. Cookies on this website don’t use any other data that can identify a user.

How to turn off the cookies?

All modern browsers allow you to change your cookie-settings. You can find these settings in the ​Options or ​Preferences menu of your browser. You can use the ​Help button on your browser menu or the following links for more details.

Cookie settings in Internet Explorer

Cookie settings in Firefox

Cookie settings in Chrome

Cookie settings in Safari web​ and ​iOS​.

In case the user deactivated the website’s cookies, the Provider doesn’t guarantee its proper functioning.

When you deactivate them this will remove some of the buttons and functionalities of the website.

When you try to login, you accept the use of cookies for this session. By clicking the “Accept” button you agree to the use of all cookies on the website, including the ones that gather personal data for the above mentioned purposes.

You can deactivate and delete the cookies at any time by using the ​following instructions​ for the different browsers. You can easily accept or refuse cookies by clicking the button above.

Google Analytics cookies

The website uses the Google Analytics service that gathers statistics about how users operate it. Cookies are used for this purpose too. To refuse Google Analytics cookies, follow this link​.

The Administrator keeps its right to allow other companies to show ads as a third party or gather information about the website by keeping cookies and web beacons from your computer.