2. What is a Cookie?
A cookie is a small file stored on your computer by a website you visit. The cookie informs the website that the “old” user has reconnected by remembering his settings. Cookies record your preferences and settings, enter them into online forms and information for logged-in users.
Cookies can store a wide range of information, but that information or information can only be stored if the user allows it – websites cannot access information that the user has not given them and cannot access other files on the user’s computer. Cookies do not contain any personal data or information that could identify you. The user, on the other hand, can change his settings on the Internet and thus choose whether to approve or reject requests to save cookies, whether to automatically delete saved cookies when closing the Internet browser, etc.
3. How to Disable Cookies?
By turning off cookies, you decide whether to allow them to be stored on your computer. Cookie settings can be controlled and configured in your internet browser. For information on cookie settings, select the internet browser you are using. Browsers:
• Internet Explorer 8 or newer
• FireFox 3.5 or newer
• Google Chrome 10 or newer
• Safari 2 or newer
• Opera 10.5 or newer.
By blocking cookies, you can still browse the website, but certain functionalities will not be available on them.
4. What are Persistent Cookies?
Persistent or saved cookies are stored on a disk (your computer) and remain there even after you close your Internet browser. They store information such as your login name and password, so you don’t have to log in every time you visit a particular place.
5. What are Temporary Cookies?
Temporary cookies are temporarily stored on disk and are deleted after closing the Internet browser. With them, websites store temporary data such as items in the shopping cart.
6. What are First-Party Cookies?
“First party cookies” come from the website that the user is viewing and can be permanent or temporary. Websites use these cookies to store information that they will use again the next time a user visits that site.
7. What are Third-Party Cookies?
Third-party cookies come from other, affiliate sites you view. Third parties may thus collect data on users of various websites and use them for marketing and analytical purposes.
Yes, primarily so that our websites can provide you with a better user experience.
9. What Cookies Does This Site Use and Why?
Temporary cookies ‒ these are temporary cookies that expire (and are automatically deleted) when you close your Internet browser, and we use them to improve the user experience for visits.
We use persistent cookies ‒ they usually have an expiration date far into the future and will remain in your browser until they expire, or until you delete them manually – to better understand user habits so that we can improve the website according to your habits. This information is anonymous.
10. Are There any Third Party Cookies on the Website?
There are several external services that store limited cookies for the user. These cookies are not set by this website, but some are used for the normal functioning of certain features that make it easier for users to access the content. We currently enable:
Users can log in and register through their own accounts from the social networks Facebook. Also sharing articles on social networks sets cookies to the user.
Measurement of attendance
This page uses the Google Analytics traffic measurement service. If you want to disable the specified service from storing cookies, you can disable it at the following link:
Additional information on opting out of cookies
There are currently several websites to turn off the storage of cookies for different services. You can find out more at the following links: