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Cookies are unique for each web browser and include information on the sites you visit and the devices you use.
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These cookies help store information or gain access to information already stored on your device with the sole aim to provide feedback on internet or any other electronic communication or to a degree absolutely necessary in order for us to provide information requested by the user or subscriber.
These cookies cannot be dismissed as this would prevent us from offering any services through our Site.
These cookies collect information as to how the Site is used, for example, the webpage through which you found our Site or how much time you spent browsing it. These cookies are used solely with the aim to analyze the viewing of our Site and to improve its performance.
You can view the cookies of this website by clicking ‘Customize’ or ‘Cookie Settings’ at the bottom of the page.
We use Google Analytics to analyze data in order to improve the Site.
For example, we learn which page we have to improve and in what way in order to make it more user- friendly, as well as run a cost-benefit analysis for the use of advertisements. “Anonymize IP” by Google Analytics is also used by our Site in order for your IP address to be restricted and anonymized by Google during your visit to the website.
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As soon as you visit the Site, your IP address is automatically saved on a log file, by our server, as part of the Internet operation. Your IP address is considered personal data even if we cannot use it to identify you.
Log files also help us collect information about the browser and the operating system you use as well as your online visit; for example, the URL address that transferred you to our Site or the date and the time of your visit.
This information is saved strictly for the time required to protect the net, the information and the services from any random incidents, illegal or malicious actions that endanger the availability, authenticity, integrity and confidentiality of the stored or read-only data; for example, tracking any DDoS (denial-of service) attacks.
How To Manage Cookies In Your Browser?
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