We collect and process your personal data only when absolutely necessary.
We will never sell, rent, distribute, or otherwise disclose your personal information.
If you are under 16, you MUST have your parents’ consent before using the services of this site.
In addition to our company’s internal IT systems, this site is designed to comply with the protection of users’ personal data with the following laws / regulations:
EU Data Protection Directive 1995 (DPD)
EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2018
Personal information collected by this site and why we collect it
This site collects and uses personal information for the following reasons:
Monitor site traffic
Like most sites, it also uses Google Analytics (GA) to track user activity. We use this data to determine the number of people using our site, to better understand how they find and use our websites, and to see their way through the site. Although GA records data such as your geographic location, your device, your web browser and operating system, none of this information makes you personally known to us. GA also records the IP address of your computer, which could be used to identify you, but Google does not provide us with access to it. We believe that Google is a third party data processor that complies with the requirements of European law.
Contact forms and email links
If you choose to contact us using a contact form or an e-mail link, none of the data you provide will be stored by this site or transmitted or processed by any third party data processor as defined below. in the “Our Third Party Data Processors” section. Instead, this data will be sent to us via email via the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP). Our SMTP servers are protected by TLS security protocol (sometimes also known as SSL), which means that e-mail content is encrypted before it is sent over the internet. The content of the email is decrypted by our local computers and devices.
What is a cookie?
The term ‘cookie’ refers to a small data file consisting solely of a set of text information that the site transfers to the web browser on your computer’s hard drive or temporarily throughout your visit. , or sometimes for longer periods, depending on the type of cookie. Cookies perform various functions (for example, distinguish you from other visitors to the same site or remember certain things about you, such as your preferences) and are used by most sites to improve your user experience.
Each cookie is unique to your browser and contains some anonymous information. A cookie usually contains the name of the field from which the cookie originated, the cookie’s “lifetime” as well as a value (usually in the form of a randomly generated unique number).