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Privacy and cookie policy

Welcome to the website, hereby provides you with the following information about the collection and processing of your personal data. When you use the site or its services information and personal data about you is collected. For this reason, we have created this document for the purpose of describing what personal data we collect, the purposes and methods of its processing and the security measures used to protect it.


What type of information do we collect?

We receive, collect and store any information you enter on our website or otherwise provide to us. Additionally, we collect the Internet Protocol (IP) address used to connect your computer to the Internet; the login; email-address ; the password ; computer and connection information and purchase history. We may use software tools to measure and collect session information, including page response times, length of visits to certain pages, page interaction information, and methods used to navigate away from the site. page. We also collect personally identifiable information (including name, email address, password, communications); payment details (including credit card information), comments, feedback, product ratings, recommendations and personal profile.


How do we collect information?

When you make a transaction on our website, as part of the process we collect the personal information you give us, such as your name, address and email address. Your personal information will only be used for the specific reasons mentioned above.


Why do we collect such personal information?

We collect this non-personal and personal information for the following purposes:

1. Provide and operate the Services;

2. Provide our users with ongoing assistance and technical support;

3. To be able to contact our visitors and users with general or personalized service-related notices and promotional messages;

4. To create aggregated statistical data and other aggregated and/or inferred non-personal information, which we or our business partners may use to provide and improve our respective services;

5. Comply with applicable laws and regulations.


How do we store, use, share and disclose personal information about visitors to your site?

Our business is hosted on the platform. provides us with the online platform that allows us to sell our products and services to you. Your data may be stored through's data storage, databases, and general applications. They store your data on secure servers behind a firewall.


All direct payment gateways offered by and used by our company follow the standards established by PCI-DSS, as managed by the PCI Security Standards Council, which is a joint effort of brands like Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. PCI-DSS requirements help ensure the secure processing of credit card information by our store and its service providers.


How do we communicate with visitors to our site?

We may contact you to provide information about your account, to resolve problems with your account, to resolve a dispute, to collect fees or amounts owed, to solicit your opinion through surveys or questionnaires, to send updates up-to-date information about our business or, if necessary, to contact you to enforce our User Agreement, applicable state laws and any agreements we may have with you. For these purposes, we may contact you by email, telephone, SMS and postal mail.


How do we use cookies and other tracking tools?


Cookies are inherently harmless. Cookies are simple uncompiled text files that help coordinate the remote website servers and your browser to display the full range of features offered by most contemporary websites.

These features include hassle-free automatic logins and authentication, shopping cart functionalities, third-party ad serving, ad management, preference settings, and language settings, among many others. As cookie technology evolves along with website publishing and advertisement technology, privacy issues are sure to arise time and again.


What are computer cookies?

Also known as browser cookies or tracking cookies, cookies are small text files, often encrypted, that are located in browser directories. They are used by web developers to help users navigate their websites efficiently and perform certain actions.


Due to their essential role in improving/enabling the usability/ergonomics or processing of sites, disabling cookies may prevent users from using certain websites.

Cookies are created when a user's browser loads a specific website. The website sends information to the browser, which then creates a text file. Each time the user returns to the same website, the browser extracts and sends this file to the website's server.

Computer cookies are created not only by the website that is visited by the user, but also by other websites that manage advertisements, widgets or other elements on the page being loaded. These cookies regulate how advertisements appear or how widgets and other elements function on the page. To manage cookies across different browsers, see here.


What can I do to manage cookies stored on my computer?

Different browsers offer different ways to configure cookie settings in your browser.

Due to the wide range of differences among different website privacy policies, many browsers allow universal privacy settings from which users can choose.

Users choose different privacy settings according to their different privacy requirements.


Most commercial and/or professionally created websites, such as Yahoo and Google, have privacy policy pages that detail how the site manages, collects, and/or transmits user information to third parties.

They are known as the Privacy Preferences Platform (P3P) specification. Get more information about the P3P specification.

If the commercial website you are visiting does not have a privacy policy, be very careful about the information you enter on forms on the site.

You can easily delete cookies that have been created in your browser's cookies folder. For example, if you are on a Windows computer, here are the steps to follow to delete cookie files with Windows Explorer:


Click on 'Windows Explorer'

Select the 'Search' button on the toolbar

Type "cookie" in the search box field to find 'Folders and Files'

Choose 'My Computer' from the 'Search in' drop-down menu

Click 'Search Now'

Select and open the recovered folders

Click to highlight a cookie file

Click the 'Delete' button to clear the cookie file


If you don't have Windows Explorer, click the "Help" feature on your "Start" button and type "cookies" to find information on how to find the folder.

There are a number of ways to manage cookies. If you use different computers in different locations, you will need to ensure that each browser is configured to match your cookie preferences.

Some modern browsers have a feature that will analyze websites' privacy policies and allow the user to control their privacy needs. They are known as the Privacy Preferences Platform (P3P) specification. Find more information about the P3P specification.


Normal uses of browser cookies

The website's servers set cookies to help identify the user if the user logs into a secure area. Login information is stored in a cookie so that the user can enter and exit the website without having to re-enter the same credentials.

Session cookies are also used by the server to store information about the user's activities on the pages so that the user can easily pick up where they left off on the server's pages. By default, web pages don't really have "memory."


Cookies tell the server which page to display? the user so that the latter does not have to remember or go through the entire site again. Cookies act as a “favorite” on the site. Likewise, cookies can store order information necessary for shopping carts to function instead of requiring the user to remember all the items they have placed in their shopping cart.

Cookies, whether persistent or tracking, are also used to store user preferences. Many websites allow this? the user to customize the way information is presented via site layouts or themes. These modifications facilitate navigation on the site and/or allow the user to leave “their mark” on the site.


There are two types of cookies: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are created temporarily in your browser subfolder when you visit a website. Once you leave the site, the session cookie is deleted. On the other hand, persistent cookie files remain in your browser subfolder and are reactivated once you visit the website that created that specific cookie. A persistent cookie remains in the browser subfolder for the duration defined in the cookie file.


Security and privacy concerns with cookies

Cookies are NOT viruses. Cookies use a plain text format. These are not compiled pieces of code, so they cannot be excluded or executed automatically. So they cannot create copies of themselves and extend to other networks to execute and copy themselves. Since they cannot perform these actions, they do not fit into the standard definition of viruses.

However, cookies can be used for malicious purposes. Because they store information about a user's preferences and browsing history, both on a specific site and when browsing across multiple sites, cookies can be used as spyware.

Many anti-spyware products are well aware of this problem and routinely flag cookies as candidates for deletion after standard virus and/or malware scans.

The way ethically responsible web developers handle these privacy issues caused by cookie tracking is to include clear descriptions of how cookies are deployed on their sites. See here for some privacy issues and concerns.

If you are a web developer and need advice on setting up cookies and a privacy policy, we suggest you consult marketing specialists who offer search engine optimization services.


These privacy policies should describe the type of information collected and how it is used. Organizations using the IAB Europe cookie initiative include: and

Most browsers have privacy settings that provide different acceptance levels for cookies, expiration times, and deletion after a user visits a particular site. Backing up your computer can give you peace of mind that your files are safe.


Other cookie-related threats

Since identity protection is of paramount importance and a right of all internet users, it pays to be aware of the threats that cookies can pose.

Because cookies travel back and forth between a browser and a website, if an attacker or unauthorized person is in the middle of the data flow, sensitive information from the cookie can be intercepted.

Although relatively rare, it can happen if the browser connects to the server using an unencrypted network such as an unsecured wifi channel. Internet security is only achievable if you regularly use an antivirus protection program.

Other cookie-related attacks involve exploiting incorrect cookie configuration systems on servers. If a website does not notify browsers to only use encrypted channels, attackers take advantage of this vulnerability to trick those browsers into sending sensitive information over insecure channels.

These attackers thus divert sensitive information to obtain unauthorized access. It is important to choose the right fraud and theft protection services to protect your personal information.


New laws on the use of cookies and other technologies that store information about users online.

On May 26, 2011, new rules governing the use of cookies by websites come into force in Europe.


Rather than offering the option to “opt out” to site visitors, websites will need to obtain consent from their visitors who must “opt in” in order to store cookies on their computers or other devices. This is expected to be difficult to manage and this law will most likely be enforced subtly and should encourage rather than agitate the threat of fines and sanctions.

EU businesses have significant resources to help them comply with cookie law. The European Union has an Internet manual that explains to businesses the requirements of the law and a “cookie kit” to help them comply.


What does the new law say?

The new requirements essentially mean that cookies can only be placed on the machines of users who have given consent.

6 (1) Subject to subsection (4), a person must not maintain or have access to information stored in the terminal equipment of a subscriber or user unless the requirements of subsection (2) are met .

(2) The requirements are that a subscriber or user of such terminal equipment - (a) be informed clearly and completely of the purposes of retaining or accessing such information; And

(b) has given consent.

(3) Where an electronic communications network is used by the same person to store or access information in the terminal equipment of a subscriber or user on more than one occasion, it is sufficient for the purposes of this Act that the requirements of paragraph (2) are met from the first use.

(3A) For the purposes of subsection (2), consent may be signified by a subscriber changing or adjusting the settings of the Internet browser that the subscriber is using or by using another application or program to signify consent.

(4) Subsection (1) does not apply to technical preservation of or access to information.

(a) for the sole purpose of effecting a communication transmission in an electronic communications network; Or

(b) when this retention or access is strictly necessary for the provision of an information society service requested by the subscriber or user.


More information on the new changes can be found here:


Key tips for safe and responsible web browsing with cookies

Due to their flexibility and the fact that many of the largest and most visited websites use cookies by default, cookies are almost inevitable. Disabling cookies prevents the user from visiting most popular websites, such as YouTube, Gmail, Yahoo Mail and others.

Even search settings require cookies for language settings. Here are some tips you can use to ensure worry-free browsing with cookies.

Customize your browser's cookie settings to reflect your comfort level with cookie security, or use the cookie cleaner included in the free Abine Privacy Suite.


If you are very comfortable with cookies and are the only person using your computer, you can set long expiration intervals to store information about your personal access and browsing history.

If you share access to your computer, you must configure your browser to clear private browsing data each time you close your browser. This option is not as secure as rejecting cookies outright, but it allows you to access websites that contain cookies and then delete the sensitive information after you finish browsing.


Install and keep anti-spyware applications up to date

Many spyware detection and cleaning applications, as well as applications intended to remove spyware, include attack detection. They prevent your browser from accessing websites intended to exploit browser vulnerabilities or download malware.


Make sure your browser is up to date

If you haven't already done so, set your browser to update automatically. This eliminates security vulnerabilities caused by outdated browsers. Many cookie attacks rely on exploiting security vulnerabilities in older browsers.

Cookies are everywhere, it's difficult to avoid them if you want to take advantage of the best big websites. By clearly understanding how they work and their usefulness for your browsing, it is then possible to take the necessary security measures to ensure you browse the net with complete confidence.


Wix and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)


Reading time: 2 minutes is 100% committed to data protection. This is why we welcome the General Data Protection Regulation (also known as GDPR), which has been approved and adopted by the European Union (EU).


What is GDPR?

The GDPR is a regulation intended to strengthen and unify data protection for all individuals within the EU. Its objective is to protect the fundamental right to privacy and the protection of personal data.


Wix and GDPR

Customer trust is our top priority.

We have worked with a team of experts and implemented the necessary adjustments to our products, services and documentation, to ensure GDPR compliance. This gives Wix customers greater control over their personal data and the tools to protect visitor information on Wix sites.

We are committed to data protection and have effectively strengthened it over the past ten years.


What do we do to ensure data protection for all our customers?

Wix deploys and maintains a range of technical and organizational security measures to protect our data and assets and those of our customers. Our security team leads the facilitation and development of procedures, processes and controls that govern the security and integrity of Wix and our users. For more information, see the detailed description of Wix security measures.


Your rights under the GDPR

In accordance with the GDPR, Wix offers you an easy way to exercise your right to access all personal data we have collected about you, as well as the right to “be forgotten” (be permanently deleted from our databases) .


How can visitors to our site withdraw their consent?

If you no longer wish us to process your data, please contact us at: or send us a letter to our physical postal address.


Privacy Policy Updates

We reserve the right to modify this privacy policy at any time, so we encourage you to review it frequently. Changes and clarifications will take effect immediately upon posting on the Website. If we make material changes to this policy, we will notify you here when it is updated, so that you are aware of what information we collect, how we use it, and under what circumstances, if any, we use it and/or let's use them. . let's reveal it.


Questions and your contact details

If you no longer wish us to process your data, please contact us at: or send us a letter to our physical postal address.

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