What is a Cookie
Cookies are small text files stored on your computer or on any other device you use when you visit a site. Their basic function is to memorise information, such as the preferred language, connection information, etc., in order to make it easier for the visitor to browse through the websites of his/hers choice.
- do not collect personal information and the collected information is not interconnected with your personal data
- can only be read from the site that originally sent you the cookie
- do not contain viruses, can not damage your device, and cookies can not access other files on your device
We use our own cookies and third-party cookies to make our website work properly, to personalise content in the appropriate language, and analyse our traffic. Also, we anonymously disclose information about your use of our website to our partners for statistical analysis.
Specifically, we use the following cookies:
How can you manage Cookies
You may choose and change freely your cookie preferences by following the "Cookies Settings" link at the bottom of this page. Keep in mind that you can delete all cookies stored on your computer or any other device, as well as set up most browsers to prevent them from storing any cookies. However, if you do, it may be required to manually set up some preferences every time you visit our website, whereas some features and features may not work.