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A “cookie” is a very small file containing data that is stored in your computer’s web browser when specific web pages are visited. By itself, the cookie does not contain or collect information except when it is read by a server through a web browser; it may provide information in order to achieve a more convenient service for the user by registering, together with other data, the user’s preferences, by identifying errors and/or collecting data for statistical purposes. The “cookie” will not harm on your computer, and as a result of using the site no personal data is stored. The full use of our website requires the installation of cookies. In the event that you wish to disable any of the installed cookies, you may still be able to browse the site, but certain site functions may be disabled. In most web browsers (eg Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, and Google Chrome), the function to install cookies is automatically turned on. By changing the default settings of the browser you use, you can determine whether and to what extent you allow cookies to access your computer. In Managing Cookies, you can find out how to check and change your cookie preferences. Please note that if you do not make any changes, this means that you accept the default settings of the browser and agree to the activation of cookie functions. In case you do not agree, please change your browser settings and limit or remove the function of installing cookies.

This information is aggregated and provided in connection with our efforts to comply with the requirements of the latest legal regulations, and to ensure that we are open, honest and clear about the privacy of user data.


When you visit this site, you can detect the presence of different types of cookies that are generated. We use three types of cookies:

Session cookies, which are automatically deleted after each visit.

Persistent cookies that are saved during repeated visits to the site.

Third party “cookies” that are used by our partner websites that are embedded on our site or to which we have provided links.


They enable you to perform important site functions, such as saving a recurring form field within a single browser session. In addition, they help limit the need to transfer information across the Internet. They are not stored on your computer and are deleted when you close your browser session.


They enable us to recognize repeat anonymous users of our site. By comparing it with an anonymous, randomly generated identifier, a record of specific browsing information can be made, such as how you reached the site, what pages you viewed, what options you selected, and where you went through that site. Tracking this information enables us to make improvements to the site, including correcting errors and expanding content.

To analyze the use of the page, the communication with the page and the browsing routes chosen through our sites we use Google Analytics. We do not record any personal information as part of this process.


When you visit our site, you may notice third-party cookies. If you go to a web page that has embedded content, for example from Facebook or YouTube, you may be sent cookies from these websites. We do not control the generation of these cookies and therefore advise you to seek information about them and how they are managed on the respective third party sites.



In case you do not know the type and version of the Internet browser you are using to access the Internet, click on the ‘Help’ menu at the top of your browser window and then click on ‘About’, which will display the one you are looking for information.

Internet Explorer

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0

Click on the ‘Tools’ option at the top of your browser window, select ‘Internet options’ and then click on ‘Privacy’. Check if the Privacy level is set to Medium or lower. With this setting, cookies are enabled in your browser. When setting settings for a level above “Medium”, cookies are blocked.

Google Chrome (latest version)

Click on the wrench icon at the top right of your browser window and select ‘Settings’. Click on ‘Show advanced settings’ at the bottom and hover over the ‘Privacy’ section. Click on ‘Content settings’ and in the cookies section, select ‘allow local data to be set’ to allow cookies to be used. To disable cookies, enable the options ‘Block sites from setting any data’, ‘Block third-party cookies and site data’ third-party sites) and ‘Clear cookies and other site and plug-in data when I close my browser’.

Mozilla Firefox

Click on ‘Tools’ at the top of your browser window and select ‘Options’. Then select the privacy icon ‘Privacy’ on the menu that appears. Tick the ‘Accept cookies from sites’ option to enable cookies. If you wish to disable cookies, uncheck this box.


Click on the gear icon located at the top right of your browser window and select ‘Preferences’. Click on the ‘Privacy’ icon on the menu that appears. Check the ‘Block third-party and advertising cookies’ option. In case you want to disable cookies entirely, check the ‘Never’ box.