Our cookie policy


In order to ensure that you receive the most relevant information and the best service when you visit our website (hereinafter ‘Website’), information and data are collected via cookies. This helps us (and other authorised third parties) to provide you with a personalised experience when you visit our Website, and also allows us to improve our service and ensure that you are able to easily find what you are looking for. We want you to understand how these technologies are used; therefore, this cookie policy is meant to explain the technological tools that we employ, what they do, and your choices when it comes to using them.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small data files that a web server sends to your web browser and that are stored on the hard drive of your device, so that the Website can recognise your computer. There are two types of cookies – persistent and temporary or session cookies. Persistent cookies are stored on your computer or mobile device as a file for a long time. Session cookies are temporarily placed on your computer while you visit our page, but disappear when you close the page, which means that they are not permanently stored on your computer. Most companies use cookies on their websites to improve the user experience; cookies do not damage your files, nor do they increase the risk of viruses to your computer.

We and our service providers may use the following types of cookies:

  • Technical cookies. We use them in the operation of the site.
  • Analytics cookies. They allow for the monitoring of web traffic and for your Website experience to be personalised. For example, they allow us to remember your preferences and ensure that you do not have to re-enter information that you have already given us. We also use these cookies to collect information (for example, popular pages, browsing patterns, and clicks) about how our visitors use our services, so that we can improve our Website and services and conduct market research. If you decide to delete these cookies, you will experience limited functionality when using our services.
  • Personalised advertising cookies. These cookies use the information they receive about how you use our Website and other pages, such as the websites you visit or how you respond to advertisements, to bring you advertisements that are tailored to your needs, both on the Website and elsewhere. This type of advertising is called ‘interest-based advertising.’ Many of these types of cookies belong to our service providers.

How do we use cookies?

We use the information we receive through cookies to make our Website user-friendly and to enable us to offer you personalised recommendations. We may also use a number of authorised third parties who place cookies on our Website to bring their services to you.

We may use session cookies to allow you to move between pages on our Website without having to re-enter information.

Persistent cookies are also used in a variety of ways, including:

  • to enable you to move between the pages of our Website without having to re-enter information.
  • to help us recognise you when you return to our Website to use our services.
  • to enable us to recommend other models, services, and offers to you that match your preferences.
  • to ensure that you are not asked to fill out survey forms repeatedly.
  • we (and the third parties authorised by us) may use non-personal information obtained through both persistent and session cookies for statistical purposes as follows:
  • to observe the use of our services and our Website (frequency and time).
  • to determine which parts of our Website are the most popular.
  • to provide anonymous information to third parties to provide you with the most appropriate advertising.
  • to monitor the success of products.
  • to determine how often you and other users visit our Website and buy products.
  • to conduct research to improve the interaction between you and our Website.

How to delete cookies?

You can choose whether to accept cookies or not. If you would like to know when your computer receives a cookie, you can set your web browser to notify you. This way, you can either accept the cookie or refuse it. You can also set your computer to refuse all cookies. Please note that making changes to your browser settings that result in the cookie function being turned off will prevent some parts of our Website from functioning fully, including the login and content viewing functions.

Changes to the principles governing our use of cookies

Any future changes that we make to our cookie policy will be posted on this page. All changes will be effective immediately, except for existing members, for whom such changes will be effective 30 days after disclosure, unless notified otherwise.


All questions, comments, and inquiries regarding the principles governing the use of cookies are welcome at info@dimediumgroup.eu.