Cookie Policy


Tracking technologies, such as cookies, tags, pixels, fingerprinting, web beacons, and similar script, are used to store and/or share information about website visitors, their systems, and browsers. Information collected by cookies and tracking technologies varies depending on each website’s components and can be of a personal nature (information that directly or indirectly identifies you) and of non-personal nature (information that does not directly or indirectly identifies any single individual, such as cookies used to enable language settings on a website). Information of a personal nature may include, but is not limited to, details regarding the device you are using, the browser you are using, your IP address, the previous website you visited, whether you clicked on one of our ads, and your browsing behavior.

Some of the cookies and tracking technologies that we use on our website are strictly necessary and they are there to technically enable the website and its components as well as to enable security measures. Strictly necessary cookies are activated without user consent because these are necessary for the website to work properly and in a secure way. All other cookies and tracking technologies not classified as strictly necessary are subject to consent from website visitors.

This Cookie and Tracking Technology Notice (“Cookie Notice”) details each of the cookies and other tracking technologies used on our website, as well as the categories of information we collect, the purposes for which the cookies and other tracking technologies collect information, and their classification into the four categories of tracking technologies that we use. This Cookie Notice applies to and all its subdomains.

Tracking technologies we use

We use the following tracking technologies on our website:

NECESSARY __cf_bm This cookie, set by Cloudflare, is used to support Cloudflare Bot Management.
NECESSARY _GRECAPTCHA Google Recaptcha service sets this cookie to identify bots to protect the website against malicious spam attacks.
NECESSARY wpEmojiSettingsSupports WordPress sets this cookie when a user interacts with emojis on a WordPress site. It helps determine if the user’s browser can display emojis properly.


Why am I seeing third-party cookies if I rejected non-essential trackers?

Be aware that even if you accept only “necessary cookies,” you still may see third-party trackers that are enabled by services we use in our ecosystem, including Google components like reCAPTCHA and Tag Manager. Third-party trackers are enabled because these services may also have cookies or trackers that they have classified as strictly necessary to perform the services that we requested.

These trackers collect aggregated information to e.g., identify security gaps. The specific cookie related to Google reCAPTCHA anti-bot management (_GRECAPTCHA) is used for website security and protection. This tool helps us inspect traffic to create scores based on users’ interactions with our website. Through defined intervals reCAPTCHA provides risk analysis with the personal data collected by this cookie. To know more about reCAPTCHA and its risk analysis processing activity please read the section titled “Cookies Categories”.

Another reason for seeing third-party trackers on your browser is that you have already used or accessed a third-party service prior to visiting our website. For example, if you landed on our website using a search engine like “Google Search” it is likely that Google’s search engine may have enabled trackers on your browser (e.g. related to your preferences with regards to Google’s own tracking technologies). You can read more details about how Google may use your personal information in this context by visiting Google’s Privacy and Terms.

To safeguard and respect your privacy we operate our sites on a strict opt-in basis with regards to all non-essential trackers.

Exercise your rights and opt-out

To safeguard and respect your privacy we operate our sites on a strict opt-in basis. This means that, to the extent that it is technically feasible and insofar as these trackers are not related to any strictly necessary purposes, we will block all non-essential trackers until you provide your consent to other trackers. These include all trackers used for marketing or analytical purposes as well as targeted advertising. Please note that accepting only necessary cookies may affect your browsing experience when compared with a user who accepted these functionalities.

If you do consent to the use of non-essential trackers, you can withdraw your consent at any time. However, please note that the user experience might be different depending on your consent.

Data Subject Right Description Legal Basis
Right to access You have the right to request access to what kind of personal information we hold about you as well as why we need this information. GDPR Article 15
Right to rectify You have the right to request correction or inclusion of your personal information when you find inaccuracies or need to inform updates regarding your data. GDPR Article 16
Right to erasure You have the right to request the deletion of your personal information from our system. Sometimes, this right cannot be fulfilled due to certain legal obligations or contractual commitments that justify the retention during a specific mandatory period. GDPR Article 17
Right to restriction of processing You have the right to request the restriction of processing your personal data in certain circumstances (e.g., during a challenge of accuracy or legitimate ground of processing). Sometimes, when we cannot delete your personal information due to legal obligations or contractual commitments, we can fulfill this request instead of the right to erasure. GDPR Article 18
Right of data portability You have the right to request data portability in situations where it’s technically feasible and when there’s logical reasonability to do it (e.g., reuse your personal information by another data controller in the same processing activities or co-related processing activities). GDPR Article 20
Right to withdraw consent You have the right to request the withdrawal of your consent in case you have given to us to authorize the processing of your personal information, GDPR Article 7(3)
Right to be informed You have the right to be informed about what kind of personal information we collect and process about you and when you have the right to opt-out. Cal. Civ. Code § 178.130(a)(5)
Right to access You have the right to request access to information about what personal information we hold about you as well as why we need this information. It also includes the right to request specific pieces of your personal information. Cal. Civ. Code §§ 1798.100(a), 1798.110, and 1798.115
Right to deletion You have the right to request the deletion of your personal information from our system. Sometimes, this right cannot be fulfilled due to certain legal obligations or contractual commitments that justify the retention during a specific mandatory period. Cal. Civ. Code § 1798.105
Right to opt-out You have the right to request the opt-out of the sale of your personal information. As a sale, you can understand the acts of selling, renting, releasing, disclosing, disseminating, making available, and transferring personal information for monetary or other valuable consideration. Cal. Civ. Code § 1798.120
Right to correct inaccurate personal information You have the right to request to correct inaccurate personal information pursuant our collection and usage, including the information collected through tracking technologies. Cal. Civ. Code § 1798.106
Right to know what personal information is sold or shared You have the right to know the categories of personal information we collect and perform sale/sharing activities as well as business that uses and receives the information. Cal. Civ. Code § 1798.115
Right of no retaliation following Opt-Out or exercise of other rights You have the right not to be discriminated against or denied goods and services because you choose to opt-out of our sale and sharing activities. Cal. Civ. Code § 1798.125
Right to limit use and disclosure of sensitive personal information You have the right to limit its use of sensitive personal information to that use which is necessary to perform the services or provide the goods reasonably expected. Cal. Civ. Code § 1798.121


You can also exercise your rights by sending an email to:

Cookies categories

Our website uses first-party and third-party cookies to provide services and resources you may have requested during your navigation. We classify these cookies into the following categories:

=> Strictly necessary cookies as the ones to provide the service, application, and other essential functionalities of our website.

=>  Functional cookies as the ones to provide enhanced performance for some website resources and services as well as sometimes to adopt a higher level of personalization on user experience.

=>  Performance cookies as the ones to provide quantitative measurement of our website and its resources used for purposes like troubleshooting and analytics.

=> Targeting cookies as the ones to provide behavioral advertising and re-marketing of analytical data.

Exercising your rights

As these cookies are classified under the strictly necessary category, due to the essentiality surrounding their existence in our application, you will not be able to exercise your rights in our Preference Center. The banner and preference center in each application domain has the objective of providing you notice and transparency about our usage of strictly necessary cookies or similar technologies to provide the service requested.

Although we can enable these cookies by default, you might be able to exercise other types of rights depending on the privacy and data protection law from the Jurisdiction applicable to your relationship with us, such as your right of access or opposition. You can exercise these privacy rights as a Platform User following the procedure outlined in our Privacy Policy.

To request access, review, update, correct, or delete any Personal Information that we hold about you, or to exercise any other privacy rights available to you, contact us at to make your request.

If you have questions, requests, or concerns regarding your privacy and rights, please let us know how we can help.

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