What are and how we use Cookies
Cookies are very small text files that are stored on your computer when you visit some websites.

You can disable any cookies already stored on your computer, but these may stop our website from functioning properly.

You can stop your browser (Safari, Firefox, Chrome, Opera or any other) from accepting cookies. See Options/Preferences (or similar) in your browser for more details.

Performance Cookies
The following are not Strictly Necessary, but are required to tell us which pages you find most interesting (anonymously).

This Website Will:

  • Track your IP, locations and other anonymous information for statistical purposes

We use a plugin in our backoffice to track user IP and his location, in the same way that statistic software like Awstats and Webaliser work, but with fewer options: IP address, location (city and country), time of visit and how many times you entered the site.

Our CPanel uses by default tracking programs Awstats, Webaliser or similar. Those programs allow us to monitor the site activity. We use it only for statistical purposes. Those programs gather information like your IP address, city or region, country, pages visited, time spend on the site, operating system of your computer and other similar informations.

All data collected are anonymous, and that means that we don’t know who you are, where is your physical address, your e-mail or other sensitive information.

Functional Cookies
We use functional cookies to remember settings and improve your experience:

  • Remember administrator’s login details in the admin area
  • Remember your details if you are using again our Contact Form plugin

 

Targeting Cookies
This Website Will:

  • Allow you to share our pages with social networks such as Facebook, Google+ and others.

We don’t track this interaction, so we don’t know what pages or images were shared on those social networks.

Other Relevant Info
Although we have applications for user registration and user commentaries, those functions are OFF.

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