What Are Cookies?
Cookies are small files that are saved and stored on your computer, tablet, or smartphone when you use the website. A cookie file usually contains the name of the page from which it originates, its use period as well as a randomly generated, unique number to identify the browser with which a user connects to the website.
Cookies can be divided into temporary files, which are deleted when you close your web browser, and permanent files, which are stored for longer time, depending on your browser settings or until they are manually deleted.
What Are Cookies Used For?
- Cookies make the website run faster and easier to use,
- They save your settings, such as selected language,
- They are used to collect anonymous statistics that help us understand how our webpage is used and help us improve its functionality and content of statistics.
What Cookies Do We Use?
- We use technical (permanent) cookies, which record e.g. language settings,
- Google Analytics cookies (permanent), which allow us to customise the website better with anonymous data about your behaviour with Google Analytics,
- Facebook cookies (temporary and permanent), which are used by Facebook Pixel tool and stored by Facebook.
The cookies we use are never used to identify a particular user or contain sensitive data.
You can delete cookies on your computer at any time. Most browsers allow you to block the placement of cookies on your computer, but in this case, this may prevent the use of our online services. For more information about cookie settings in your browser, visit your browser provider’s website.