Privacy Policy

Site Privacy Policy


From 25 May 2018, the provisions of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (RO Law) on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (“GDPR”) shall become directly applicable in all European Union countries. The main purpose of this regulation is to increase the level of protection of personal data and create a climate of trust that allows each person to control their own data.

If you have any other questions regarding the processing of your personal data, we invite you to contact us at adrian [at]

This Privacy Statement describes the ways in which we,, collect, hold and use information about individuals and legal entities that visit this website. BY USING THIS WEBSITE YOU AGREE TO THE COLLECTION AND USE OF INFORMATION AS ESTABLISHED IN THIS CONFIDENTIALITY POLICY. YOU ARE ALSO KNOWN THAT MAY PERIODICALLY CHANGE, MODIFY, ADD, DELETE OR UPDATE ANY OTHER WAY THIS PRIVACY POLICY, AT ITS DISCRETION, WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE. In any case, we will always manage your Personal Information in accordance with the Privacy Policy that was in effect at the time the information was collected. We intend to post changes to our privacy policy on this page so that you are fully informed of the types of information we collect, how we use it, and the circumstances in which it may be disclosed. Our Privacy Policy can be found on our homepage and is available on any page where Personal Data is requested. In situations where personal data are requested, additional explanations may be provided, where appropriate, regarding the purposes for which the data will be used.

1. Privacy details

The term “Personal Data” used in this Privacy Policy refers to information such as your name, date of birth, e-mail address, postal address or telephone number used to identify you. In general, we will process Personal Data as described in this Privacy Policy. However, we reserve the right to perform additional data processing to the extent permitted or required by law, or as a procedure in support of any legal or criminal investigation.

The following section explains how and when we collect Personal Data from you.

2. Intentions to use Personal Data

Many of the services we provide do not require a registration form, allowing you to visit our site without telling us who you are. However, certain services may require you to provide us with Personal Data. In such cases, if you choose not to provide any Personal Data requested by us, you may not be able to access certain parts of the site and we may not be able to respond to your requests.

We may collect and use Personal Data to provide you with products and services, to bill you for the products and services you request, to promote products and services that we believe may be of interest to you, or to communicate with you in other purposes that are obvious in the circumstances given or in connection with which we inform you when we collect Personal Data from you.

3. Disclosure of Personal Data

We will not sell, disseminate or otherwise distribute your Personal Data to third parties, except as provided in this Privacy Policy. We may disclose your Personal Data to other affiliates globally who agree to treat such data in accordance with this Privacy Policy. Personal Data may also be transferred to third parties acting for or on our behalf for further processing in accordance with the purpose or purposes for which the data was originally collected or may be processed in another lawful manner, such as in the case of services, evaluating the usefulness of this website, marketing, data management or technical support. These third parties have contracted with us to use Personal Data only for the agreed purpose and not for the purpose of selling or disclosing them to third parties, except as required by law, where permitted by us or as set forth in this Privacy Policy

It is also possible that Personal Data collected from you may be transferred to a third party in the event that this site or any part of it, together with the customer data relating to it, is sold, assigned or transferred, in which case we request that the purchasing entity, the transferee or the transferor will process your Personal Data in accordance with this Privacy Policy. Personal Data may also be disclosed to a third party if we are required to do so following the application of a law, court order or regulation, or if such disclosure becomes necessary in support of an investigation or criminal or other proceedings, in the country or abroad.

4. Right of access, corrections and objections

Whenever we process Personal Data, we take reasonable steps to ensure that your Personal Data is kept accurate and up-to-date for the purposes for which it was collected. We will give you the opportunity to object to the processing of Personal Data, if such processing is not reasonably required for a legitimate purpose, as described in this policy or in accordance with our legal obligations. In the case of direct e-marketing, we will provide you with a method of choosing not to receive future marketing materials or a method of choosing to receive them if required by law. If you wish to contact us about how we use your Personal Data or to object to the processing of your Personal Data, please send us an e-mail to adrian [at] If you are contacting us, please note the name of the website where you provided the information, as well as the specific information you would like us to correct, update or delete, plus appropriate information for your identification. Requests for deletion of personal data will be subject to all legally and ethically applicable obligations regarding reporting, completion of documents or retention of data, which are imposed on us.

5. Security and confidentiality

To ensure the confidentiality and security of the Personal Data we collect online, we use secure data networks by a standard firewall in the field and password protection. During the management of your Personal Data, we take reasonable steps designed to protect this information from loss, misuse, access, disclosure, alteration or unauthorized destruction.

6. "Cookies" and Internet tags

We may collect and process information about your visit to this website, such as the pages you visit, the website you come from, and some searches you perform. This information is used by us to improve the content of this site and to compile aggregate statistics about people who use our site for internal market research purposes. As such, we may install “cookies” that collect the user’s domain name, your internet service provider, your operating system, the date and time of access. “Cookie” is a small piece of information that is sent to your browser and stored on your computer’s hard drive. These cookies do not harm your computer. You can set your browser to alert you when you receive such a cookie, which will allow you to decide whether or not to accept it. If you do not want us to install cookies, please send us an email to adrian [at] However, we would like to inform you that if you do not accept it, you may not be able to take full advantage of the functionality of your software browser. We may obtain the services of external partners to assist us in collecting and processing the information described in this section.

We may occasionally use internet tags (known as action tags, single-pixel GIFs, transparent GIFs, invisible GIFs, and 1-on-1 GIFs) and cookies on this site. and we may place these tags / cookies through a third-party advertising partner or through a web analytics partner that can be located and stores that information (including your IP address) in a foreign country. These tags / cookies are placed both on the online ads that bring visitors to this site and on various pages of the site. We use this technology to measure the response of visitors to our sites and the effectiveness of our advertising campaigns (including how many times a page is opened and what information is viewed) and to evaluate how you use this website. Thanks to these internet tags / cookies, the external partner or web analytics service partner may collect data about visitors from our sites and other sites, may report activity on the site to us, and may provide other services related to the use of websites and the Internet. They may provide such information to third parties if there is a legal requirement to do so, or if they hire third parties to process information on their behalf.

7. Personal information and children

Most of the services available on this site are intended for persons over 18 years of age. Anyone requesting information about a product on the site must be 18 years of age or older. We will not knowingly collect, use or disclose Personal Data from a minor under the age of 18 without the prior consent of a person with parental responsibilities (such as a parent or guardian) through direct offline contact. We will give the parent (1) notice of the specific types of personal data collected from the minor and (2) the opportunity to object to any other collection, use and storage of such information. We comply with child protection laws.

8. Links to other sites

This Privacy Policy applies only to this website and not to third party sites. We may provide links to other websites that we believe are of interest to our visitors. We want to make sure that such websites meet the highest standards. However, due to the nature of the internet, we cannot guarantee the privacy standards of the websites we link to, nor can we be held responsible for the content of sites other than this one, and this Privacy Policy is not intended. application of any site to which there are links.

9. Contact us

If you have any questions or complaints about our compliance with this Privacy Policy, or if you would like to make any recommendations or comments for improving the quality of our Privacy Policy, please write to adrian [at]

10. Cookies

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small text files that are sent to your computer when you visit a website. The cookies on the websites do many different things, such as allowing you to efficiently navigate through the pages, storing your preferences and generally improving the experience you have with a website.

EU Directive 2009/136 / EC stipulates that we may store cookies on your computer if they are essential for the operation of the site, but that for other purposes your permission is required.

The website may use some non-essential cookies. We do this not to track individual users or identify them, but to provide useful information about how sites are used so that we can continually improve them. Without the knowledge extracted from the systems that use these cookies, we would not be able to provide the service we provide at this time.

Types of cookies we use

If you decide to set the language, font size, or specific version of this site (e.g. contrast), you’ll find that we use “user interface personalization cookies.” Once the settings are complete, you will no longer need to specify your preferences for a later site visit.

If you use parts of the site that require registration to access the content, we will install a so-called “authentication cookie” on your computer. It allows you to leave and return to these sections of the site without logging in again.

If you have Adobe Flash installed on your computer (most computers have it) and use video players, we will store a so-called “flash cookie” on your computer. These cookies are used to store the data needed to stream video and audio content and to store user preferences. wants to understand how visitors use our sites by using web analytics tools. They keep track of the number of visitors and reveal various things about the general behavior of visitors – such as the identification of keywords typed in the search engine to reach the site, the typical length of stay on the site or the average number of pages viewed by the user. For this purpose, we store a so-called “first party analytics cookie” on your computer.

We may also use services such as Google Analytics to track web statistics. In this case, Google will place a so-called “3rd party cookie” on your computer. The same thing applies with Google Maps.

Any data collected through the use of these cookies will be stored and managed by or one of its affiliated partners in the countries where operates.

How to control cookies

If you do not wish to receive cookies, you may modify your browser to warn you when cookies are sent to you, or you may refuse cookies altogether. You can also delete already installed cookies.

If you want to restrict or block web cookies installed on your computer, then you can do so through your browser settings; Your browser’s Help function should describe your ways. Alternatively, you could visit, a site that contains comprehensive information on how to do this for a wide variety of web browsers.

Last updated: 2022.02.01