Cookie policy

Transparency towards the user: through the use of Google cookies, we may transfer certain personal information (such as: IP address of the user’s device, browser used, operating system, screen resolution, selected language, date and time of the website visit) to countries which, according to the Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner (FDPIC) and the European Commission, do not provide adequate data protection; these countries include the United States of America. Furthermore, Google, as a ‘provider of electronic communication services’, pursuant to Article 1881, Section 4(b), Title 50 of the U.S. Code (the so-called ‘Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Ac’ – FISA 702) is subject to surveillance by the U.S. intelligence agencies, which can, therefore, collect online identifiers, such as IP addresses and ‘Unique Identification Numbers’; surveillance that is further strengthened by the federal measure known as the ‘Cloud Act’ (‘Clarifying the Privacy Policy’). “Cloud Act” (“Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data Act”), introduced in March 2018, which allows such agencies to acquire computer data from operators of cloud computing services, even where the servers are located in Europe. Therefore, by giving consent for the use of such cookies, you agree to assume the risks you may incur, based on the information provided above.