Cookie Policy

The site , like most sites, uses small files called cookies that help us improve your browsing experience. This site contains the following detailed cookie information:

  • What are cookies and why they are
  • What kinds of cookies and how they are used at
  • Disable cookies in your browser
  • Useful links for cookies
  • Report Revision

If you do not find the information you want on cookies on this site, you can email us at We will be happy to we will answer you.

Your browsing implies that you provide your consent to the use of cookies as described in this Cookies Policy.

If you do not agree with the way we use cookies, you will need to configure your browser accordingly or not use .

If you disable the cookies we use, it can affect your experience while browsing our site.

1. What are cookies and why they exist

Cookies are small files stored by your Browser on your computer, tablet, mobile phone, and generally the device you browse to & nbsp; & nbsp; Each cookie contains information, such as the name of the website from which it originates, its ‘lifespan’ (ie how long it will stay on your device), and a value, usually a number. In fact, cookies allow sites to store various anonymous information, such as visitor preferences, or if they have visited the site again. On the websites, cookies are used to make it easier for users to navigate the site, to better tailor your interests and needs and improve its use and functionality. For example, when a user visits a web page with open comments, a cookie helps him to link to the comment form. In addition, cookies are used to compile anonymous traffic statistics but also know how you discovered our web pages. These statistics help us to understand how you use our site to improve its structure and content. In any case, we can not verify your personal identity from cookies. Cookies are stored exclusively on your own device (computer, tablet, mobile phone), and does not maintain any files or databases with your personal data.

2. How to use cookies on

When you visit a website, the following types of cookies may be created.

  • Cookies to improve site performance
  • Cookies for anonymous traffic statistics
  • Cookies for Google Advertising Features

Then we provide detailed information on each of these types of cookies.

A. Cookies to improve site performance

This type of cookie is used to store your preferences with regard to the tools provided by our site. For example:

  • Record if you have Javascript running on your Browser
  • Automatically reconnect with the comment form if you have logged in to your previous visit.
  • Which sort of classification you want the comments to appear on.
  • Volume when playing audio / video.

B. Cookies for anonymous traffic statistics

Each time you visit the websites, anonymous cookies are generated to collect traffic statistics. These cookies are generated by third-party services such as Google Analytics and are used to know:

  • if you’ve visited our site in the past.
  • how many unique visitors we have and how often they visit our site.
  • the views of each individual web page and our published articles.
  • Traffic sources, that is, if our users visit links to other sites, social networks, ad campaigns, search engines (Google, Bing) or come directly to

Γ. Ad Features of Google Analytics has enabled the following advertising features in Google Analytics, which provides anonymous traffic statistics:

  • Remarketing with Google Analytics
  • View reports on the Google Display Network
  • Reports for aggregate anonymous demographics and interests, such as age and gender, to better understand who our visitors are.
  • Embedded services requiring Google Analytics to collect data through ad cookies and anonymous IDs
  • These features allow Google Analytics to collect data about your traffic through the Google advertising cookies ( and anonymous IDs (, in addition to data collected through the basic Google Analytics app.

We do not allow you to personally identify yourself.

You can opt out of the Google Analytics advertising features if you wish. See the available opt-out options from the Google Analytics ad features for your  browser here.

3. Turn off cookies in your browser

Typically, Browsers are configured to accept all cookies. If you wish, it is possible to set your own Browser not to accept cookies from a specific site, to alert when storing cookies or not accepting any cookies.

However, if you choose to disable cookies for, we may not be able to provide you with all the features offered on our site properly. For example, the annotation service will not be able to know if you’re signed in, so you may not be able to comment.

To learn more about cookies settings for different browsers, the following links may help you. Alternatively, click on “Help” in your browser or refer to the specific program information.

  • Internet Explorer
  • Google Chrome
  • Safari
  • Firefox
  • Opera

4. Useful links to cookies

5. Revision of Legal Statement

We reserve the right to make any changes and corrections to this statement. Please refer to the site at regular intervals to check current and new additional information.