Cookie Policy

This document describes the policy of the Association “Roma Academy for Culture and Education” /RAKO/ in connection with the receipt and processing of information about users during their visit to the sites maintained by RAKO:, https: //

This document is an integral part of the General Terms of Use of our sites. In order to make sure that you receive the most relevant information and the best quality of services when you visit our sites, we use the so-called “cookies” (cookies). They help us (and other authorized third parties) provide a personalized experience when using our services, improve them and provide you with more relevant content.

From this Cookie Policy you can find out what technologies we use, what they do and what choices you have in relation to their use.
If you do not want to accept cookies or wish to choose more specific settings, you will find more information in this policy.

What are cookies?

Cookies (HTTP Cookies) are small text files that the web server can save on your device/browser when you visit one of our sites. When you next visit a page on the site, the browser sends back to the server the information in the cookies created in this way. Cookies are an important component for the correct functioning of almost every site on the Internet.

For the purposes of this policy and maximum clarity, the term also includes other similar technical mechanisms, besides HTTP Cookies, through which your browser may allow information to be stored locally, such as: Web Storage (Local Storage and Session Storage), Indexed Database API (IndexedDB), Web SQL Database, Local shared objects (Flash Cookies), Web beacons.

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

Essential cookies

They are necessary for our sites to perform their basic functions. Our sites could not function without them. Such cookies are for example: for user sessions and auxiliary functions related to them.

Performance and functionality cookies

These cookies are used for other important functions, such as:

So that we can recognize you when you return to our sites or use our services;
To remember user preferences (eg what settings you have selected);
So that we can recommend services to you that match your preferences;
To collect information about how visitors use our sites so that we can keep them looking their best and improve our services;
To temporarily store anonymous information that helps us to provide you with relevant offers as well as possible;
For other auxiliary functions.

If you delete these cookies, our sites will have very limited functionality and will not be able to function correctly and provide you with a good quality of service.

Third-party cookies for the purpose of counting traffic

RAKO uses several external services that may also create cookies in your browser. These cookies are managed by the respective services and are not controlled by us. The information in them is anonymized. The purpose of these external services is to anonymously count statistical information about visits to our site so that we can monitor the effectiveness of our services and improve them. One such external counting service is Google Analytics.

Google Analytics uses various technologies to determine location, including IP address, GPS, and other sensors that can, for example, provide Google with information about nearby devices, Wi-Fi access points, and power. For more information on how Google Analytics uses this data, please see the page “How Google processes data when you use our partners’ pages or applications”, (at:, or at any other email address where Google may post these terms). Please check the Google page periodically for any changes or updates to these terms and information collected through Google Analytics.

Third-party cookies for advertising purposes

We use several external services – advertising networks, which may also create cookies in your browser. These cookies are managed by the respective services and are not controlled by us. The information in them is anonymized. The purpose of these external services is to provide opportunities to carry out advertising campaigns. They may use cookies to identify and personalize ads to our platform on external sites and services. One such external advertising platform is Facebook Ads.

Third party cookies – for functionality

Some cookies also occur in connection with third-party tools that we have integrated into our sites. For example, the Facebook API (the options for “Sign in with Facebook”, “Like on Facebook”, etc.) and the Google API (the options for “Sign in with your Google account”, “Share on Google+”, “View on the map”, etc. ), which may create cookies in order to function. These cookies are managed by the respective services and are not controlled by us. From our side, we cannot provide a technical possibility to ban them. Therefore, if you do not want them to occur, you should not use the external tools listed above integrated into our sites.
We try to ensure that the third parties with whom we have partner relationships are properly vetted and have proven authority and professionalism.

Cookies generated when the visitor visits our sites by clicking on an advertisement on our sites located on an external third-party site cannot be pre-controlled by the user, i.e. they are recorded by default and read by our sites after the visitor has come from a third-party site. Cookies operating on this principle in order to perform the functions of our advertising affiliate system are not unique to the visitor and could not lead to the identification of the person.

Setting and deleting cookies

You can choose for yourself whether or not to accept cookies, as well as what kind of cookies you would like to accept, in the following ways:

Settings via your browser. You can explicitly prohibit or limit cookies through your web browser settings. Every modern web browser (Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Edge, Internet Explorer, Safari, Opera, etc.) provides options for:

– settings for the acceptance of cookies – banning and enabling (both overall and by sites);

– view the created cookies;

– delete created cookies.

It is important to note that disabling cookie functions in the browser may result in the inability to use our services, as without mandatory cookies our sites cannot perform their basic functions.

Settings through external tools

A Google tool, in the form of a browser plug-in, through which you can easily prevent your data from being used by the Google Analytics service, which is often used by many sites to count visits and statistical information. Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on:

Settings on the Google platform regarding cookies created and managed by them for advertising purposes:

Settings on the Facebook platform regarding cookies created and managed by them for advertising purposes:

Changes to cookie policy

Any future changes to our Cookie Policy will be posted on this page.


If you have any questions, comments or requests related to this Cookie Policy, you can contact us at the email addresses listed on the contact page

Other useful links

More information about cookies, how they work, as well as instructions for browser settings, can be found here: