We attach great importance to transparency in how we collect and use information from our users. To find out more about this and about us as a data controller, you can read our privacy policy.

This cookie guideline is intended to make it clear to website users ("you") how, when and why we use cookies.

How do I change the cookie settings? However, before doing anything about cookies, we encourage you to read this guideline carefully.

What information can be found in this guideline?

We use cookies on our website because we want to offer our users the best possible experience.

Cookies normally do not contain any information that personally identifies a user, but the personal information we store about you may be linked to the information stored and received in cookies. In our privacy policy you will learn more about what personal data is processed in relation to our users.

Information about cookies
Cookies are small text files placed on your device by the websites you visit. This allows the website to remember your actions and preferences (such as login, language, font size and other display preferences) for a period, so you don't have to re-enter them every time you return to the site or browse from one page to another. 'other. The use of cookies allows you to navigate between pages efficiently, remember settings and improve the browsing experience in various ways. Cookies can also help ensure that the marketing you see online is relevant to you and your interests.
Other technologies, including data stored in the web browser or on the device, identifiers associated with the device and other software are used for similar purposes. In this guideline, we refer to all of these technologies as "cookies".

Cookies can be classified according to their duration, the domain to which they belong and the storage location.

Duration cookies:

Session cookies are deleted when the user closes the browser. Session cookies only last until the end of the session (usually the current consultation of a web page or browser session).
Permanent cookies remain on the user's computer or device for a predefined period (unless they are deleted by the user before the expiration date). Persistent cookies help us recognize you, making it easier to return to our website or interact with our service without having to log in again or change settings each time. After you have registered, a permanent cookie will remain in your browser and will be re-read when you return to our site.

Cookies per domain:

Proprietary cookies are set by the web server of the visited page and belong to the same domain.
Third party cookies are stored in a different domain than the visited page. This can happen if the web page references a file, such as JavaScript, which is outside its domain.
Cookies for the place where they are stored:

Browser cookies are sent from the site and stored in the user's browser. Browser cookies store less than Flash cookies and only the browser in which the cookies are stored can access them.
Flash cookies are locally shared objects that are distinguished from browser cookies by the amount, type and manner in which the data is stored. They are stored outside the browser and can be accessed by multiple browsers on the same computer.
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What cookies do we use and for what?
We use all types of cookies mentioned above. Below is a detailed description of our cookies, their functions and sources.
3.1. Essential cookies
Essential cookies are necessary for our website to function effectively. They help take advantage of the site by enabling basic features such as page navigation and access to secure areas of the site. This type of cookie can be used to protect and speed up our website by automatically optimizing the delivery of our content. This way you get the fastest possible page load time and the best performance. Essential cookies can also be used for security purposes and to identify our trusted visitors. They can filter bots and distinguish them from legitimate users to prevent any form of spam activity on our site.

These cookies do not match a user's ID in our web application and do not store personally identifiable information. We advise you not to disable these cookies. If you set your browser to notify you of these cookies or block them, please note that some parts of the site may not work.

3.2. Preference and functional cookies
Preference cookies allow a website to remember information that changes the way the site behaves, such as your preferred language or the region you are in. They can also be used to provide services you have requested, such as watching a video, commenting on a blog, or using live chat.

3.3. Analytical cookies
Analytical cookies help website managers to understand how visitors interact with websites by collecting and reporting information anonymously. We use various analytical cookies to analyze information on how our website is used. Analytical cookies can process information on the number of visitors to the site, where visitors to the site come from, the pages they visited, scrolling activities, downloads, information on user agents, the time spent on the site or the approximate geographical location of a device you use to access our website. We use this information to generate reports that help us improve the website. Reports can be viewed via color maps and anonymized screens. All data we process with this type of cookie will be displayed in aggregate and / or pseudonymised form.

We mainly use analytical cookies from Google Analytics, Clicky, Hotjar, Visual Website Optimizer. However, please consider that we may use analytical cookies provided by other companies that we may also use for analysis and analysis purposes.

3.4. Marketing cookies
Marketing cookies are used to follow visitors across various websites. They have the purpose of showing relevant and interesting ads for the individual user.

Marketing cookies are used for the smooth operation of marketing services. These cookies are used to personalize communication with you. If the user agrees to receive promotional material, marketing cookies help evaluate personal preferences for certain content that we will use to provide promotional material that meets your preferences.

Please note that we use marketing cookies from other companies whose services may be used by us for marketing purposes. Third party cookies (see next section) may also be placed by our partners to promote their products. Promotional activities may include for example the provision of interstitial advertising.

3.5. Third party cookies
Third parties may set cookies when you visit our website. Sometimes this is due to the fact that we have asked third parties to provide services for us. In other cases, this is because our websites contain third party advertisements or content such as videos and news. Since the browser connects to third party web servers, to retrieve such content, third parties may place or read their own cookies on the device and collect information about your online activities on websites or online services. In some cases, third-party tracking cookies may be necessary for the effective use of affiliate links and the implementation of existing affiliate agreements.

How can you change the settings regarding cookies?
You can always disable some or all cookies. There are several ways to disable cookies.
4.1. Unsubscribing from third-party services we use
You can disable tracking by third parties who provide services used by us by following these instructions:

Google Analytics opt-out
Clicky opt-out
HotJar opt-out
VWO opt-out
Eloqua opt-out
AdForm opt-out

4.2. Changes to browser settings
The most commonly used web browsers allow you to manage most of the cookies through your browser settings. Please note that your overall user experience may deteriorate if you limit websites in their ability to set cookies, among other things because they are no longer personalized for you.

If, despite this, you do not want to receive cookies from our website, you can change the browser settings on the device you use to access our services. Below you will find a quick guide to disable cookies in the most popular Internet browsers. You will also find links to managing cookies for the most common internet browsers. Please read the following instructions carefully:

Internet Explorer: click on the Tools button and then on Internet Options. On the General tab, select your browsing history and click Settings. At this point click on Select file and choose the cookies you want to disable. Then close the window with the list of cookies and confirm twice with OK to return to the Internet.
Firefox browser: click on the Firefox menu icon, then on the Tools button and on Options. In the window that appears, select Privacy and Remove specific cookies. Choose the cookies you want to disable and remove them.
Safari: Click on the Settings button. In the window that opens, select Privacy / Security and click on Show cookies. Select the cookies you want to disable and click on Delete or Delete all.
Chrome: Click on the Google Chrome menu, then on Settings. Click on Advanced Settings at the bottom of the page. In the Privacy section, click on Content settings.

How to disable cookies:
Select cookie blocking
Select View all cookies and website data. At this point choose the web page that created the cookie and remove it or click on Remove all.

Safari (Mobile) - For more information, please visit the following link.
Regarding the disabling of cookies in Internet browsers not listed above, you can find the instructions in the documentation provided by the creator of the browser.

4.3. Disabling Flash cookies
Flash cookies are not removed by changing your browser settings. If you want to disable Flash cookies. If you disable Flash cookies, you will not have access to many features that will make your experience more efficient and some of our services will not work properly.

Variation clause
It may be necessary to modify these guidelines on cookies if this is required by technical and business requirements or to comply with the legal or regulatory requirements of the EU data protection legislation.
Relevant changes are those that affect your rights and your status regarding the protection and processing of your personal data. Major changes may include the introduction of new services, the provision of new technologies and the processing of new data for new purposes. Therefore, if we make substantial changes to the cookie guideline, we will notify you through our support or otherwise and we will give you the opportunity to review the changes before they become effective. You will be asked to consent to the processing of your personal data in accordance with the updated policy. If you do not agree, you may not be able to use your account and the services available to registered users.

We also make minor changes to our cookie policy from time to time. They may, among other things, include organizational and grammatical changes to make the guideline easier to read. The fact that you continue to use our services after the updated cookie guideline has been published with only minor changes means that the processing of your personal information will be subject to only minor changes to the updated cookie guideline.

We invite you to check this page regularly for the latest information on the use of cookies.