Privacy policy

1. We're using Google Analytics, Google Ads and Facebook Pixel codes on this website with the purpose of knowing:
-How many people visit the website
-How the website is being used
-Whether these visitors return to the website or not
-Collect anonymous demographic information (country and age) of the users
-Target online ads to these and similar users

2. We ARE NOT collecting any private or personal information such as names, emails, addresses, telephone numbers etc. of any visitor. We don't have (and don't want) access to it. All the data is collected and handled anonymously and encypted by the third-party plugins mentioned above.

3. We will only have access to the information (such as names and email) you provide us through the contact formulary available at the bottom of the web, or if you write a direct email. None of this information will be ever shared with anyone.

Cookies policy

1. What are internet cookies?

Cookies are small text files placed on a user’s computer (or smartphone), which are commonly used to collect personal data. Most website operators place cookies on the browser or hard drive of their user’s' computer. Cookies can gather information about the use of a website or enable the website to recognise the user as an existing customer when they return to the website at a later date. This file is neither a virus nor spyware. The law protects website users and lets them opt-out from the use of cookies on their website browser.

2. Types of cookies

Session cookies
Session cookies, also known as 'temporary cookies', help websites recognise users and the information provided when they navigate through a website. Session cookies only retain information about a user's activities for as long as they are on the website. Once the web browser is closed, the cookies are deleted. These are commonly used on shopping websites or e-commerce websites.

Permanent cookies
Permanent cookies, also known as 'persistent cookies', remain in operation even after the web browser has closed. For example they can remember login details and passwords so web users don't need to re-enter them every time they use a site. The law states that permanent cookies must be deleted after 12 months.

Third-party cookies
Third-party cookies are installed by third-parties with the aim of collecting certain information from web users to carry out research into, for example, behaviour, demographics or spending habits. They are commonly used by advertisers who want to ensure that products and services are marketed towards the right target audience.

Flash cookies
Flash cookies, also known as 'super cookies', are independent from the web browser. They are designed to be permanently stored on a user's computer. These types of cookies remain on a user's device even after all cookies have been deleted from their web browser.

3. By default does not use cookies, but the plugins mentioned in the Privacy Policy above (Google Analytics, Google Ads, Facebook Pixel) do use third-party cookies.

4. You can read more information about cookies and how to delete them at this website: