What are Cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer, tablet or mobile phone when you use the Service. Cookies cannot damage your computer, tablet or mobile phone. Cookies are necessary to provide you with a properly functioning Service. We use three types of cookies, namely functional cookies, analytical cookies and tracking cookies. However, we only use the tracking cookies with your permission. If you do not give permission for the use of tracking cookies, the Service will work less smoothly than with tracking cookies.
Functional cookies are cookies that are essential for the functioning of the Service. Without these cookies, the Service cannot function properly. This means that these cookies cannot be turned off. There is a difference between session functional cookies and permanent functional cookies. The session cookies are deleted after you have left the Service. The permanent cookies are stored to prevent you from having to perform the same action over and over again. An example of the use of persistent cookies is purchases you have saved in your shopping cart on a shopping website. We do not share the information obtained with these cookies with third parties.
Analytical cookies are cookies that are necessary for the proper functioning of the Service. Analytical cookies help us know what people search for on the Service, how long it takes for a page to load, and which buttons are pressed by people visiting the Service. Some analytical cookies can be placed without your permission. Other analytical cookies are only placed when we have your permission to do so.
We use the following analytical cookies:
Google Analytics: for our analytical services. Google analytics places a permanent cookie to identify your browser. This will share your data with Google. We only share data with Google that we are allowed to share with Google according to the GDPR. We use this information in combination with other data from other users. As a result, we are unable to identify you as an individual. We have not given Google permission to share your data with third parties. However, Google may be required by law to share your information with third parties. The information that Google obtains is anonymized as much as possible. The information is transferred to and stored on servers in the United States. Google adheres to the Privacy Principles and is affiliated with the Privacy Shield Program of the US Department of Commerce. This means that there is an appropriate level of protection for the processing of your personal data.
Tracking cookies are cookies that are essential for the website to work properly for you. Thanks to tracking cookies, we can adapt the content to your interests and preferences. In addition, cookies ensure that you only see relevant advertisements. Finally, cookies allow us to keep the services free for our visitors. We are unable to retrieve your name, address or e-mail address with our tracking cookies.