What are Cookies?
Cookies are small text documents that are stored on your computer when you visit a website. They contain information that helps enhance the functionality and user experience of the website. There are two main types of cookies: session cookies and permanent cookies.
Session Cookies: These cookies are active while you’re browsing the website and are automatically deleted when you close your browser.
Permanent Cookies: These cookies remain on your computer and store certain preferences, such as language choice, to improve your experience when you visit the website again.
Upon entering our website, you will encounter a cookie banner that prompts you to accept cookies. You can choose to accept all cookies or customize your preferences by selecting specific cookie types. This allows you to avoid third-party cookies, which include cookies from our partners for website analytics, personalized content, and digital personalized advertisements on other platforms.
If you wish to avoid all cookies, including those necessary for optimal website performance (strictly necessary cookies), you can disable cookies in the security settings of your web browser. Most web browsers also offer a feature that notifies you whenever a website attempts to store a cookie on your computer. This feature can be activated by you.
Please note that disabling cookies, especially strictly necessary ones, may result in certain parts of the website not functioning properly.
Third-Party Cookies for Web Analytics
We use web analytic tools provided by Google, including Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, and Google Optimize.With your cookie consent, Google will analyze your usage of our website. Information collected by Google includes but is not limited to the referring URL, the web pages you visited, your browser type, language settings, operating system, and screen resolution. This data is transferred to Google’s servers for storage and analysis. The results and reports we receive are in anonymized form, and user data is not linked to your full IP address.
For more information about Google’s Privacy and Terms, please refer to their official documentation.