privacy policy

We take the personal data of our visitors, as they arise from the use of the pages of, very seriously. Our website uses cookies. Below you can learn more about the cookies we use, the purpose they serve and how they are managed.


What are cookies?

Cookies are small pieces of text, which are sent to the browser used by the user visiting our website. When a user visits a website, these files are downloaded to a device. Cookies are widely used to ensure the operation or greater effectiveness of a web site. Cookies are created when a website is loaded by a user's browser. The website sends information to the browser, which then creates a text file. Each time the user returns to the same website, the browser retrieves and sends this file to the website's server. Cookies have various functions, such as - among others - collecting browsing information; and remembering the user's preferences, and generally facilitating the user's use of the website.

In particular, we use cookies for the following purposes:

To make it easier for you to navigate our website and use its features, so that we can make your experience as smooth as possible.

To improve our website.

To offer you personalised features when you navigate our website.

To carry out targeted advertising.

To collect information about your use of our website in order to improve your experience by identifying through appropriate metrics the areas of our website that are of most interest to you or to better serve you the next time you visit our website.

The cookies we use are the following:


Type 1: Highly essential cookies

These cookies are necessary to enable you to navigate our website and use its features, which include - among other things - accessing the security area without having to log in each time and remembering your actions on each page you visit.

NOTE: Without these cookies we cannot guarantee the effective operation of our website or the online security of your visits.


2nd type: performance cookies

We use performance cookies, especially Google Analytics cookies, to collect information about how users use our website. We collect information such as the areas of the website you click on, the number of web pages you visit, the duration of each visit, and any error messages in order to improve our website and user experience.

We may also collect information about how users use our website, sometimes using other performance cookies similar to Google Analytics. The information collected using these cookies includes IP address, as well as domain/browser information for users. However, this information is collected and analysed on an anonymous and aggregate basis only.


Type 3: Functionality cookies

Functionality cookies allow us to remember users' choices on our website. With this information we are able to offer users of our website more personalised features when they navigate our website.


Type 4: Targeting and advertising cookies

We use these cookies on our website to show you the ads you find most interesting or relevant to you. These cookies collect and record information about users' actions on our site (e.g. pages they have browsed, links and items they have clicked on, users' browsing habits, etc.), and track users' movements around the various web pages so that we can limit the number or avoid repetition of ads on our site and evaluate the effectiveness of an advertising campaign in order to provide you with a better experience.

In addition, some of these cookies may be placed on your computer and used with permission by third parties for advertising purposes. This happens when the website you visit includes content displayed by a third party or when you click on the share button on our website, and your computer receives cookies from that third party. These third parties include social networking service providers such as Facebook and YouTube. These cookies allow third parties to collect and store information, such as user preferences and pages visited, for advertising purposes or to improve their services. Note: we cannot control third-party cookies and, therefore, we are not responsible for them. Please visit the third party websites to see their respective cookie policies.


Blocking cookies

You can block cookies by changing your browser settings. If you initially accept our use of cookies, but then change your mind, you can delete the cookies that have been installed and change your browser settings to block other cookies.

NOTE: The purpose of cookies is to enable and improve the use and processes of our website. Therefore, if you disable or delete cookies, you may not be able to use the features of our site or the functionality of our site on your browser may be different than intended.


Cookie Policy - Change of Cookie Policy: reserves the right to change the Cookie Policy at any time. For this reason, we recommend that you check our website frequently for updates. Changes to this Cookies Policy will take effect from the moment they are published on our website.


When you provide personal comments on articles published on our website, the information, the comments you post and your personal information are publicly accessible and may be processed by third parties of which we are not aware. For this reason, we urge you to be careful in your comments and postings, as we cannot guarantee the privacy of your personal information.



Our Company has its own social media pages (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest). We remind you that these pages are publicly accessible and any content, comments, personal information you provide will be visible to the general public and for this reason we recommend that you be careful with the content of the information you provide.

Information on the processing of personal data by the relevant social media can be found in their privacy terms.


Marketing Emails - Newsletter

The user has the option to choose whether to subscribe to the newsletter, for the sending of which the company uses the MailChimp platform. The user can subscribe here by selecting SUBSCRIBE at the end of the form, entitled newsletter. During the registration of the user in the subscriber list, our company collects only the email provided by the user and stored in MailChimp, for the purpose of sending articles published on the site of The user's email is kept within the MailChimp platform [which strictly follows the GDPR: General Data Protection Regulation (EU Regulation, 2016/679)] until the user chooses to unsubscribe from the newsletter emails. The unsubscription can be done directly, through any email the user has received and after clicking on the link "Unsubscribe" at the end of each email we send.