The purpose of this Cookies Policy is to provide clear and concise information about the operation and purpose of the cookies used on our Website. Should you need any further information about this technology, please send an email to the following address:

This Cookies Policy is part of the Website’s Legal Notice and Privacy Policy. By accessing and browsing the Website, you accept the terms and conditions contained in the Legal Notice and in the Privacy Policy.


In order to make it easier for you to browse the Website, at ARTDIDAKTIK we inform you that our Website uses cookies. A “Cookie” is a small text file that is stored on your computer hard drive and allows us to recognize you. When you browse ARTDIDAKTIK’s Website, the server will be able to recognize the cookie and provide information about your last visit to the Website. The set of «cookies» helps us improve the quality of our Website, by letting us know which pages are found useful by the users and which ones are not.

Cookies are an essential part of the Internet since they provide countless advantages in the provision of interactive services and make it easier to browse and use our Website. They cannot harm your computer and help us identify and resolve errors.

Most browsers admit the use of cookies automatically, however, you can adjust the browser settings on your computer in order to be warned every time a cookie is sent so that you can disable or prevent them from being stored on your hard drive. However, if you do so, you may not be able to use the full functionality of the Website.

The information provided below will help you understand the different types of cookies:

• Session cookies: these are temporary cookies that are stored by the user’s browser until the user leaves the web page, so that none is recorded on the hard drive. The information obtained through these cookies is used to analyze traffic patterns on the Website. Ultimately, this allows us to provide a better experience to the user by improving the Website’s content and making it easier to use.

• Permanent cookies: these cookies are stored on the hard drive of the user’s computer and the Website reads them every time the user visits it. A permanent cookie has a specific expiration date. The cookie will stop working after that date.

All the cookies used on our Website are classified among the following types:

• First-party cookies: these are the cookies created by our Website and they may serve to allow correct browsing, to provide the user with the services requested or to ensure that the content of the Website is efficiently loaded.

• Third-party cookies: these are the cookies used by social networks or by external content plug-ins.

• Analytical cookies: these cookies are usually stored for periodic maintenance purposes, and in order to guarantee the best possible service to the user. Websites normally use «analytical» cookies to collect statistical data on the users’ activity.

List and description of the cookies used on the Website:

By accessing the Website, you expressly accept the use of this type of cookies on your device. If you disable cookies, your browsing experience on the Website may not be optimal and some of the functionalities available on the Website may not work properly.

The following table provides a brief list of the cookies used on the Website both, first and third-party cookies:

Cookie Name Use / Further information Expires

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ARTDIDAKTIK cannot control and is not responsible either for the content or the veracity of the terms and conditions and the privacy policies of third-parties.

Further guarantees – Cookie management

In compliance with current legal regulations, we remind you that you can either block cookies by setting your browser options or set your browser to be warned when a server tries to store a cookie. However, by continuing to browse the Website without having previously disable the cookies, you accept the use thereof.

As a supplementary guarantee to the above, when installing or updating the browser, you can make the storage of cookies subject to your acceptance which you may revoke at any time by modifying the content and privacy settings.

Many browsers allow you to enable Private Browsing mode (also known as Incognito Mode among others), so that your browser won’t store any information and cookies may be kept just for the duration of the private browsing session and immediately discarded when you close the browser. Please find below a list of the most common browsers and the different names “private mode” has thereon:

• Internet Explorer 8 and newer versions: InPrivate
• Safari 2 and newer versions: Private Browsing
• Opera 10.5 and newer versions: Private Browsing
• Firefox 3.5 and newer versions: Private Browsing
• Google Chrome 10 and newer versions: Incognito

Warning! Please visit your browser’s “Help” menu and read it carefully to learn more about how to enable the «private mode». You can continue browsing our Website even in «private mode», although your browsing may not be optimal, and some functionalities may not work properly.