In this first part we want to explain to you in a simple and clear way what cookies are. Subsequently you will find more in-depth and technical explanations. In any case you can contact us for further clarification.

Cookies are information stored by sites in your browsing program (Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Safari, etc.) and used for different purposes.
For example, they are used to personalize navigation by showing or hiding certain parts of the page depending on your choices (for example when you close an alert) or by selecting personalized advertising instead of generic advertising.
They can also be used to create anonymous statistics on the use of the site. For example, they help us answer the question: "on average, how many pages does one of our users read when they come to visit us?".
This information is not transferred between different navigation programs or different devices, which is why, for example, if you switch from your PC to your phone you may have to enter your username and password again or see warnings that you had disabled appear again.
Keep this in mind when you ask yourself “why do they ask me this again?”.

How you can manage, control and delete cookies

You can set your computer to warn you each time a cookie is sent or disable all cookies (except Flash cookies) through your browser.
Check your browser's Help menu or your mobile devices' built-in settings and commands to find out how.
Some devices store cookies not only in the areas connected to the browser, but also in the specific areas for Apps, which cannot be managed through the browser. Check the settings of your Apps on your mobile device to find out how to manage or delete cookies that may be stored in these areas.

Most internet browsers are set to accept cookies automatically.
However, you have the possibility, at any time, to reset your browser to accept all cookies, just some, or to reject them, disabling their use by the sites. Furthermore, you can set your browser preferences so that you are notified each time a cookie is stored in your computer's memory.
At the end of each browsing session, it is possible to delete the collected cookies from your hard disk.
Furthermore, almost all browsers allow anonymous browsing with which, once finished, all cookies are permanently deleted.

Since each browser – and often different versions of the same browser – has a different procedure for managing cookie preferences, you can find detailed information on this in your browser's help.

Description of the cookies on this site


a. Technical operating and tracking cookies

They are cookies that are used for the correct functioning of the site or to understand how many users visit our site, which web pages they visit, how long they stay, how they arrive at our sites (for example, through a link from another site or through a search engine search) and also to collect information about how users use our site. This information helps us understand which web features are successful and how the site may need improvement.

Access to the site through social media or external sites

You may have the opportunity to access our site through social media or through links on other sites.
In such cases, the owners of the social media or sites are responsible for how the data they collect is treated and we advise you to read their privacy policy.

Access to external sites and social media from the site

From our site you have the possibility to reach external sites that we consider of interest and our Facebook page.
On our site there are only the connecting links and there is no other interaction.
In such cases, once you reach the external site or social media, the owners of the social media or sites become responsible for the way in which the data collected is processed and we advise you to read their privacy policy.

Interaction with this information and consent

Since this site uses exclusively technical cookies, it is not necessary to provide consent to their use.

If you would like to know more about cookies, including flash cookies/local storage tools, the following sites may provide further information: