What is a cookie?
A cookie is a file obtained from a website you visit and stored on your computer, laptop or mobile device. Your internet browser downloads cookies during your first visit to a particular website. Cookies usually store your settings for a certain website, e.g., preferred language so that during your next visit to the particular website using the same device, the internet browser sends the cookie and the stored information in it either to the webpage which generated them (first-party cookie) or another webpage to which the cookie relates (third-party cookie).
You can change your internet browser settings in order to personally select whether you will accept or reject requests for storing cookies, remove stored cookies automatically upon closing the internet browser or the like.
Types of cookies
Session cookies are automatically deleted after you close the internet browser. They enable websites to store temporary data.
Persistent cookies remain for a certain time of a device even after closing the internet browser, depending on the duration settings, or when the user decides to remove them. These cookies enable recognition of your device when visit the website next time.
First-party cookies come from the website which you view and can be permanent or temporary. These website cookies enable the storing of data is then used again when visiting the same website.
Third-party cookies are delivered to your device from a website which is different from the one you are visiting. These cookies have the function of tracking websites for marketing purposes.
Yes, in order to improve user experience when visiting our website.
Which cookies are used on our website?
Essential cookies are essential for the proper functioning of our website. Essential cookies cannot be deactivated via our website functions, but they can be deactivated using the internet browser. Consent is not necessary for using essential cookies.
Functional cookies improve the functioning of our website by remembering choices and adjustments which you make when visiting our website. These cookies store, for example, language preferences.
Marketing cookies are third-party cookies that track your visit to our website. The role of these cookies is to show adverts which are relevant to the particular user.
How do you turn off cookies?
In using our website, you give us consent to store on your device various types of cookies. By excluding cookies, you decide whether or not you allow cookies to be stored on your device, but blocking all cookies can have a negative impact of the functionality of many website, which also includes our website. Cookie settings can be controlled and configured in your internet browser. To get information on cookie settings, choose the internet browser you use and seek information on making changes to settings for the browser.
In using our website, it shall be deemed that users are familiar and consent to these conditions of use and possibilities in relation to cookies at all times.