3. What cookies we use
We may use the following types of cookies:
– Session cookies. These are information stored in your browser’s memory until your browser session ends, that is, until you close your browser. These cookies are necessary for certain functions of the Site to work properly.
– Permanent cookies. They make it easier to use the Site (they remember, for example, the selected resolution or content layout). They can be used for various purposes, including remembering your preferences and choices during your use of the Site. These cookies remain in your browser’s memory for an extended period of time.
The cookies used by the Site are:
A. Necessary cookies.
B. Analytical cookies.
A. Necessary cookies
Necessary cookies include strictly necessary cookies that we use to make the Site function, and functional cookies that help design the Site and support its operation. They improve the functionality of the Site and also enable personalization of the Site.
Necessary cookies are set only in response to your actions, such as requesting services, including selecting your own privacy preferences, or filling out forms (such as a contact form).
Functional cookies help us remember your preferences and make it easier for you to use the Site when you visit again.
You can adjust your browser settings to block such cookies. Note, however, that if you choose to do so, some features of the Site may not work.
B. Analytical cookies
Analytical cookies help us study traffic statistics on the Site and check the sources of that traffic. In addition, they allow us to determine which tabs of the Site are most popular, as well as how users navigate the Site. These cookies are used to improve the user experience on the Site. In addition, thanks to analytical cookies, we can detect various types of abuse, such as artificial Internet traffic (bots).
Your consent is required for the operation of analytical cookies. You can adjust your browser settings to block the operation of such cookies. For more information on how to manage your cookies (on giving and withdrawing consent), read Section 5 of this Policy.
Detailed description of the tools:
This website uses Hotjar, a web analytics tool provided by Hotjar Ltd, Level 2, St Julians Business Centre, 3, Elia Zammit Street, St Julians STJ 1000, Malta (“Hotjar”). Hotjar records the pseudonymized activities of randomly selected visitors to our website, such as mouse movements and clicks, which is used to be able to improve the performance of the website. Hotjar also records information about the operating system, browsers, inbound and outbound links, geographic origin, as well as the resolution and type of device that visits our site. This data is used for statistical purposes. In addition, it is possible for us to obtain anonymous “feedback surveys” through Hotjar, in which you can submit a voluntary evaluation of our website. Additional information on the operation of the Hotjar tool and data processing is available at: https://www.hotjar.com/privacy (see category “Passive Collection”).