Cookie Policy

When you visit the website (the Website), it may store or retrieve information about your browser, primarily in the form of cookies. This information may relate to you, your preferences or your device and is primarily used to make the website work as you expect. Usually the information does not identify you directly, but it can offer you a more personalized web experience. Because we respect your right to privacy, you may choose not to allow certain types of cookies.


Cookies are files or parts of information that are stored on the hard disk of the user's computer (files sent from the server of a website to the browser of the user of this website) while browsing websites.

Cookies stored on the user's computer cannot be used to retrieve any data from its hard disk, transmit computer viruses or identify and use the user’s e-mail address. Each cookie is unique in relation to the browser and device used by the user to access a website.

Cookies are used for different purposes and have different characteristics; for this reason they are divided into: strictly necessary cookies; performance cookies; functional cookies; targeted advertising cookies.

Through this Website, cookies are also installed from third party websites which, through the Website, are released on your computer. These websites are for example, but not limited to, Google Analytics, YouTube, Doubleclick, etc..

The transfer of personal data might be done via plug-ins from third parties like Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, Youtube.

Types of Cookies Used

Strictly Necessary Cookies

The Website uses technical cookies, i.e. cookies that are used to make the navigation and use of the Website faster, which are strictly necessary to allow specific features required to ensure normal navigation and use of the Website..





This cookie is set by the OneTrust compliance cookie solution. It stores information about the categories of cookies that the website uses and whether visitors have given or revoked their consent to the use of each category. This allows website owners to prevent cookies of each category from being set in the user's browser when consent is not given. The cookie normally lasts for one year, so that visitors returning to the website will find their preferences stored. It does not contain information that can identify the visitor to the website.

1 year


This cookie is set by websites that use certain versions of OneTrust's law compliance solution. It is set after visitors have seen a warning about cookies and, in some cases, only when they actively close the warning. It allows the website not to show the message to a user more than once. The cookie lasts one year.

1 year


Performance cookies

These cookies are used to perform the transmission of a communication over a communication network. In particular, the performance cookies used are intended to speed up the analysis of Internet traffic and facilitate user access to the services offered by the Website.

These cookies allow us to count visits and sources of traffic in order to improve the performance of our Website, helping us to know which pages are more or less visited.

Similar to performance cookies used directly by the operator of the Website, analytical cookies collect information in aggregate form, about the number of users and how they visit the Website.






These cookies are associated with Google Universal Analytics, which is a significant update of Google's most used analysis service. This cookie is used to distinguish individual users, who are assigned a randomly generated number as their unique identifier. It is present on every request page on the Website and is used to count visitors, sessions and campaign data for website analysis reports. It is scheduled to expire automatically after 2 years, although website owners can customize this setting.


2 Years

2 years (customized setting)


This is a type of cookie scheme set by Google Analytics, in which the name scheme contains the identification number of the account or website to which it refers. It seems to be a variation of the _gat cookie that is used to limit the amount of data recorded by Google on websites with high volumes of traffic.


1 day


This cookie tracks visitor behavior and measures Website performance. This cookie, by default, lasts 2 years and distinguishes between users and sessions. It is used to calculate new and returning visitor statistics.

2 years


Functionality cookies

These cookies are used to store customizations chosen by the user, such as, for example, the language or font size used and improve the user experience on the Website. They may be set by us or by third party providers whose services have been added to our pages. These cookies do not record any type of information that could lead to the individual visitor.





This cookie is used by websites using CloudFlare. Cookies associated with websites that use CloudFlare, are used to speed up page loading times. According to CloudFlare, it is used to overcome any restrictions arising from the IP address from which the visitor comes.


Cookies for targeted advertising

These cookies can be set via the websites of our advertising partners. They can be used by these companies to create a profile of your interests and show you relevant ads on other websites. They are based on the unique identification of your browser and Internet device. If you do not agree to these cookies, less targeted advertising will occur.










These cookies are used by YouTube. YouTube is a platform for hosting and sharing videos owned by Google. YouTube collects user data through videos embedded in websites, which are aggregated with profile data from other Google services in order to display targeted advertising to visitors through a wide range of its own and other websites.




These cookies are placed by Google Inc. Although Google is primarily known as a search engine, the company offers a wide range of products and services. Google keeps track of users both through its products and websites, and through many technologies incorporated into millions of websites around the world. It uses the data collected from most of these services to profile users' interests and sell advertising space to companies in light of the interests thus profiled and to align advertising with the content of the pages where its customers' ads appear.



These cookies are owned by Doubleclick (Google) and allow the exchange in real time information about viewing of advertising offers placed by Google. These cookies provide information on how you use the Website and any advertisements that you may have seen before visiting our Website.

If the interested party and/or user refuses to use cookies, they will not be used but the possibility of providing services will be reduced. In the latter case, some of the functions of the Website may not work perfectly and some services may not be available.

In order to update your Cookies preferences please click here and use the dedicated tool.

Review of Legal Notice

We reserve the right to make any changes and corrections to this Cookie Policy. We invite you to refer to this page regularly to check current and new, additional information. The last revision of this policy was made on 27th September 2019.


If you have any questions, comments or requests about this Cookie Policy or about this Website, please do contact us:

Law & Jurisdiction

This Cookie Policy shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg and you irrevocably submit to the sole jurisdiction of the courts of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg.