cookie policy

Cookies are small text files that many web sites store in the devices users use to access the Internet, to identify individual devices that are used to access it. Their storage is under the full control of the browser used by the user - he/she can store cookies optionally, or restrict or disable them.

Cookies are therefore nothing new; all website visitors have already a lot of cookies stored on their computers, tablets and mobile phones from various websites. What is new is only the legislation (the Electronic Communications Act-1), which leads to changes in informing and consenting visitors with their use. If you turn off cookies, some options of the website might be disabled.

 

By themselves, cookies are not harmful; they do not contain viruses or any other malicious code. They are used for various purposes for meetings (e.g. logging in to forums), for baskets in online stores, to display various advanced facilities for conducting statistics of visits to support a plug-in to social networks, and also to show ads tailored to the user online.

 

On our website, we use cookies for analytics, which are needed to produce the analysis of website visits.

 

How to manage cookies in your browser

 

Some users do not want to use cookies, so most browsers give you the ability to manage cookies to suit you by changing your browser settings. In some browsers, you can set up rules to manage cookies on a site to have more precise control over your privacy. Thus you can disallow cookies from all sites except the cookies that you trust.