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What are cookies?
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Which cookies do we use?
- Necessary Cookies, which are totally necessary for the proper operation of our website. They allow you to navigate our website and enjoy its features. For this reason, their deactivation is not possible.
- Statistics Cookies, which help us to understand how visitors interact with our website by collecting and reporting information anonymously. For this category of cookies, your consent is required for the data to be activated and stored.
Providers of cookies and retention period per type
Cookies, depending on the provider that installs them, are distinguished in first-party cookies, as long as they are placed by the operator of the website, and third-party cookies, if placed by third party providers. In the table below, you can find in detail the identity of the provider and the recipients if any, as well as the retention period for each cookie that is installed on our website.
(our company’s website or third-party provider)
(third parties using the collected data)
|Retention period (session or specific period of time)|
|_ga||Website (first party)||N/A||2 years|
|Website (first party)||N/A||1 day|
|_gid||Website (first party)||N/A||1 day|
|collect||Google-analytics.com (third party)||N/A||Session|
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