Cookie policy

In order for the website to function correctly and for the purpose of enhancing your browsing experience, a minimum amount of information (cookies) needs to be stored on your device. More than 90% of websites use cookies, and in doing so they are, according to the regulations of the European Union, obliged to request the permission of the user. By using this website, you accept the use of cookies. If you block the cookies, you will be still able to browse the website, but some of its functionalities will not be available.

What is a cookie?
A cookie is information which is stored on your personal device when you visit a website. Cookies make using a website simpler by storing your website settings (name or address) and reactivating them when you visit the website again. In this way, the information you receive is tailored to your needs and surfing habits.
In addition to simple information on settings, cookies can also store a large amount of personal data (name, e-mail address), but they require you to give them access for this. If you do not give them access, then cookies can’t access the files on your device. The activities of storing and sending cookies are not visible to you, however, in the settings of your internet browser, you can select the option of accepting/declining requests for storing cookies, deleting stored cookies and performing other activities related to the use of cookies.

What are session cookies?
Session cookies, i.e. temporary cookies are removed from your device when you close the internet browser that you have been surfing with. These cookies allow websites to store temporary data.

What are persistent cookies?
Persistent cookies, i.e. stored cookies remain on your personal device after you have closed your internet browser. These cookies allow websites to store data in order to make use of the website easier for you. For example, websites that require entering a user name and password will ˝remember˝ what you entered, and display it each time you visit this website. Persistent cookies remain stored on your device for days, months or years.

What are first party cookies?
First party cookies come from the website that you’re browsing, and they can be persistent cookies or session cookies. Websites use them to store data that will help make every new visit to this website easier for you.

What are third party cookies?
Third party cookies come from other web locations that are located on the website that you’re browsing, such as pop-up ads. These cookies monitor the website for advertising purposes.

Does this website use cookies?
Yes, this website uses cookies in order to make your user experience simpler and better.

What kind of cookies does this website use?
Session cookies – cookies that are automatically deleted when you close the browser that you’re using to surf
Persistent cookies– cookies that remain stored in your browser until they expire, or until you manually delete them yourself. The collected information is anonymous and does not include personal data

Are there any third party cookies on this website?
There are several external services that store limited cookies for you, and they have not been set up by this website. Limited cookies allow you free use of the options that enable users easy access to content. This website allows:
Web analytics
This website uses Google Analytics – a web analytics service. If you wish to block this service from storing cookies on your device, you can do so at the following link: Google Analytics

How can I block cookies?
Cookie settings are connected with your internet browser. Whether you choose to use cookies or not is your own choice, and you can always delete cookies and in this way erase your recognisability online. Most browsers offer the option of not storing cookies.
You can find out more about cookies at: HTTP Cookies, and if you want to find out more about the law that regulates their use at the level of the European Union, please visit: EU Cookie Law. Both links are in English.