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Cookies Policy - Cookies Policy

This page explains the site owners' approach to the privacy policy and how it affects you when navigating our site.


• We collect anonymous statistics about your visit, such as which of our pages you visited.

• We host third-party code snippets on our site, such as Facebook and Twitter, which may know that you have visited this site if you use their services. We cannot interfere with these third parties, but we do not believe that their knowledge poses a threat to you.

• If you subscribe to our services, we assure you that we keep your information secure and will not share it with others without your explicit permission.

• We never give out personal information of our visitors to third parties, except to secure the services offered on the site.

The above are the key points of the privacy policy we follow. If you want details, keep reading this. Most of the websites you visit use cookies to enhance your experience, allowing each website to "remember" you, either during your visit (using a "temporary cookie") or for repeated visits (using a "permanent" cookie).

The functions of cookies are many and varied, such as allowing you to navigate between pages efficiently, storing your preferences, and generally improving your web browsing experience. Cookies make your interaction with the website faster and easier. If a website does not use cookies, then it will think that you are a new visitor every time you go to a new page - for example, if you enter your login details (username and password) and then go to another page, then the site will not recognize you and will not be able to keep you online. Some websites also use cookies so that they can target their ads or promotional messages based on, e.g., of your location and / or your navigation habits.

Cookies may be enabled by the website you are visiting ("first party cookies") or may be enabled by other websites that "run" content on the website ("third party cookies").

What's in a cookie?

A cookie is a simple code file stored on your computer or mobile device by a web server and only that server is able to retrieve or read the contents of that cookie. Each cookie is unique to your browser. Contains some anonymous information, such as a unique identifier and site name and some digits and numbers. A cookie allows a website to remember things like your preferences or what is in your shopping cart.

Adjust the cookies in the browser

If you do not want to receive cookies, you can modify your browser to notify you when cookies are sent to you, or you can reject them altogether. You can also delete cookies that have already been saved. If you want to restrict or block cookies stored in your browser or device, you can do so through your browser settings. The "Help" button inside the browser will tell you how. Alternatively, you can visit, which has comprehensive information on how to do this in a wide variety of desktop browsers. Our website works without cookies, but you will lose some of its features and functions if you choose to disable cookies, especially from third parties, such as social sharing buttons, etc.

Third party cookies such as Facebook, Twitter and other social networks

These services provide social media buttons and similar features that we use on our site - such as the 'Like' and 'Tweet' buttons. To do this, we incorporate code that they provide and that we do not control. To work, their buttons generally know if you are logged in. For example, Facebook uses this feature to let you know that the page you are visiting "likes x your friends". We have no access to this information, nor can we control how these networks use this information. Social networks, therefore, may know that you are following this site if you use their services (it does not mean that they do, but their policies are often subject to change). Since our site is completely awkward, we imagine that this is not a cause for concern for most users.

Recording the number of our visitors

We count our site visitors using Google Analytics. This tool records which pages you track within our site, how you got to our site, and some basic information about your computer. All of this information is anonymous - so we do not know who you are, except that someone visited our site. The information we extract from measuring and evaluating the statistics we collect helps us understand which sections of our site are doing well, how many people are visiting our site, and so on. Like most websites, we use this information to make our website better.

You can learn more about Google Analytics or opt out if you wish

The cookies we collect are the following:

Google Analytics: _utma | _utmb | _utmc | _utmz

These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our website. We use the information to compile reports and help improve the website. Cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the website, where the visitors to the website came from, and which pages they visited.

Click here for an overview of Google's privacy and security policy

User session cookie: PHPSESSID

This cookie is created by applications based on the PHP language. This is a general-purpose identifier used to hold user session variables. It is usually a randomly generated number. Its use is specific to the website and is used to maintain a user's link status between different pages within the same website.

Language ID: page_lang

This cookie is used to identify the language of the visitor.

The website may use additional cookies for specific purposes such as: online store, social media, etc.

More information on the use and management of cookies on the website can be found on the websites:

a) About cookies and their management:

b) About Google policy:

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