• "Cookies" are small packets of information (small text files) sent from a web server (web server) to an internet "browser", which allow the server to collect information from the browser. A "cookie" can be thought of as an online user ID, which tells the website that the user is accessing it. "Cookies" are not computer programs and can not read other information stored on your hard drive. They can not be used as virus transmitters or to identify the user's email address. They contain and transfer to the website only the information that the users themselves have made available to the specific website. "Cookies" help make the contact between the user and the websites faster and easier. Without "cookies", it would be very difficult for a website to enable a visitor to fill a "shopping cart" or to remember the user's preferences or the details of his registration for the event of his future visit. The Business website uses "cookies" to allow customers to move from one part of the website to another and add items to their "shopping cart" without having to re-register. It also allows us to give you reliable information about your account and the progress of your order. The Company uses companies providing digital marketing services in order to attract new visitors and / or customers to its website. In order to know the starting point of these new customers, our digital marketing services companies provide technology such as "pixels" and permeable GIF files. This technology is based on the recognition of a "cookie" in your online "browser" that allows us to identify which ad led you to us. This technology does not have the ability to identify you personally. The European Privacy and Electronic Communications Directive, hereinafter referred to as the "Directive", which entered into force on 31 July 2002, recognizes that "Cookies" are a "legitimate and useful tool" for many activities, including the identification of website users. The directive makes it mandatory for websites both to inform the users of the websites in case "cookies" are used in them (this is exactly what we do at this point regarding our website), as well as to provide some information on how to use them. of "cookies". You can find out more about the subject on special websites. Finally, the "Directive" obliges websites to inform their users that they can configure their computers to reject "cookies". Most "browsers" allow the user to stop the "cookie" function. If you would like to learn how to do this, please refer to the "Help" option, the "Menu" of your "browser" or related websites. As described above, this will limit the services you can use through the website (something that is common on most business websites), as they do not work without "cookies". uses "cookies" for a number of reasons, for example to allow us to simplify the login process for already registered users, to enable us to ensure the validity of registered users and to enable us to provide the mechanisms of online shopping and traffic management. Although you need to allow your "browser" to accept "cookies" in order to "browse", much of our website and several of the services offered on it, require you to have "cookies" enabled in order to make an online purchase from any of our online points of sale and in order to access sites that are reserved for use only by registered users. As for the unregistered users, cookies are sent to them anonymously so that their browsing pattern can be recorded and a demographic profile can be created. In addition, any visitor who has selected (clicks) on any ad on the website on another website linked to will be sent a temporary (eg fortnightly lifetime) anonymous "cookie" which will allow us to analyze the effectiveness of our advertising campaign and to manage our relationship with the websites related to us.