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- What are cookies and why they exist
- What types of cookies and how they are used on the website
- Disable cookies in your Browser
- Useful links for cookies
If you do not find below the information you want about cookies, you can contact us through the Contact Form. We will be happy to answer you.
1. What are cookies and why they exist
Cookies are small files that are stored by your Browser (eg Chrome, Safari, Firefox, etc.) on your computer, tablet, mobile phone and generally on the device with which you visit the respective website.
Each cookie contains information such as the name of the website it comes from, its "lifespan" (ie how long it will stay on your device), and a value, which is usually a number.
Essentially, cookies allow websites to store various anonymous information such as the visitor's preferences or whether he has visited the website again.
In addition, cookies are used to compile anonymous traffic statistics but also to know how you discovered our websites. These statistics help us understand how you use our site to improve its structure and content.
In any case, we can not verify your personal identity from cookies. Cookies are stored exclusively on your device (computer, tablet, mobile phone).
2. What types of cookies and how they are used on our website
When you visit our website, the following types of cookies can be created on your device.
- Cookies to improve the performance of the website
- Cookies for anonymous traffic statistics
- Cookies for Google Analytics advertising features
- Advertising cookies
- Other cookies from third parties
Next, we provide detailed information about each of these types of cookies.
i. Cookies to improve the performance of the website
This type of cookies is used to store your preferences regarding the tools provided by our website. For example:
- Automatically reconnect to the feedback form if you logged in on a previous visit.
- In what order do you want the comments to appear?
- Volume when playing audio / video.
ii. Cookies for anonymous traffic statistics
Every time you visit our websites, anonymous cookies are generated to collect traffic statistics. These cookies are produced by third parties and Technology Providers such as Google Analytics and are used to know:
- if you have visited our site in the past
- how many unique visitors we have and how often they visit our site.
- the views of each individual website and our published articles.
- the sources of traffic, ie if our users visit from referrals to other websites, social networks, advertising campaigns, search engines (Google, Bing) or come directly to our website.
iii. Google Analytics ad features
Our site has enabled the following advertising features in our Google Analytics service, which provides anonymous traffic statistics:
- Remarketing with Google Analytics
- Google Display Network views reports
- Reports on aggregate anonymous demographics and interests, such as age and gender in order to better understand who our visitors are.
- Built-in services that require Google Analytics to collect data through ad cookies and anonymous IDs
These features allow Google Analytics to collect data about your traffic through Google ad cookies ( https://policies.google.com/technologies/types ) and anonymous IDs ( https://policies.google.com / privacy / key-terms # toc-terms-identifier ), in addition to the data collected through the basic Google Analytics application.
Under no circumstances do we allow your personal identification.
Exclude Google Analytics ad features
If you wish, you can opt out of Google Analytics advertising features. See the available Google Analytics ad opt-out options available for your browser here https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/.
iv. Advertising cookies
These cookies let us know (us or our advertising companies) if you have seen an ad or type of ad and how much time has passed since then. Usually, these cookies are placed on your device by third parties (third-party) for more accurate identification of the ads you see (interest-based ads). For example, if you visit a travel website, one of our affiliates may use this information to show you holiday ads.
The ads displayed on our websites are provided by third-party Affiliates and Technology Providers (third-party) with whom we work. Some of these companies generate their own anonymous cookies to know how many users have seen their ad and how many times.
These companies have their own Cookie Policies and separate Privacy Policies and our site has absolutely no control over their cookies.
Exemption from advertising cookies
If you wish, you can manage the Google ads you see on our website and other sites from the Google Ads Settings page:
On the same page you can opt out of interest-based ads (personalized ads or behavioral ads) if you wish.
If a user opt-out of ad personalization using Google Ads Settings , they will no longer receive personalized ads from Google.
You can also manage the cookies of many companies used for online advertising on the US Choices page (http://www.aboutads.info/choices) or Your Online Choices website (http://www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/your-ad-choices) concerning the European Union.
v. Cookies from third parties ("third-party cookies")
While browsing our websites, third party organizations and companies may generate their own anonymous cookies to control the operation of their application and personalize them for you.
For example, when you browse our site if you share an article with us on the social networking services we offer (e.g. Facebook or Twitter), then these social networking services generate cookies to remember your connection to them but and count your energy.
Also, while browsing our websites, cookies may be created by Flash software. This software is usually installed in your Browser as an extension and is used to view animated graphics or videos. For this reason cookies may be installed using the Flash application in your Browser. You can read the Adobe Cookies Policy for Flash at http://www.adobe.com/eeurope/privacy/cookies.html
3. Disable cookies in your browser
Usually, web browsers are configured to accept all cookies. If you wish, it is possible to set your Browser not to accept cookies from a specific website, to be notified when it stores cookies or not to accept cookies at all.
However, if you choose to disable cookies for our websites, we may not be able to properly provide you with all the features offered on our website. For example, the commenting service will not be able to tell if you are logged in, so you may not be able to comment.
To learn more about cookie settings in the various browsers, you may find the following links useful. Alternatively, click on the "Help" option of your browser or refer to the information of the specific program.
4. Useful links for cookies
- Google Ads Settings: https://adssettings.google.com?hl=en_US
- Management of advertising cookies for the USA: http://optout.aboutads.info/?c=2#!/
- Management of advertising companies cookies for the EU: http://www.youronlinechoices.com/gr/your-choices
- All About Cookies (in English): https://www.aboutcookies.org/
5. Declaration Review
This Policy applies from the Update Date set out below.
We may update this policy from time to time to reflect any changes to our Services or for other legal and regulatory reasons. If we make any material changes to our policy, we will notify you by posting the revised policy on this website here.
Last Updated: March 23, 2022