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What is a cookie?
A cookie is information saved on your computer, tablet or mobile phone, which can be delivered directly by the website you visit (first-party cookies) or in cooperation and for the needs of the website you visit from a third party (third-party cookies). Cookies usually store your settings, settings for the website, such as preferred language or similar settings. Later, when you open the same website again, the Internet browser sends back the cookies belonging to that page. This allows the site to display information tailored to your needs. Cookies can store a wide range of information, including some personal information. This information can only be saved if you enable it - websites cannot get access to information that you have not given them and cannot access other files on your computer.
What are first party cookies?
First-party cookies come from the website you are viewing and can be permanent or temporary. With these cookies, websites can store information that they will use again the next time you visit that website.
What are third-party cookies?
Third-party cookies come from advertisements from other websites (such as pop-up or other advertisements) that are placed on the website you are viewing. With these cookies, websites can track Internet usage for marketing purposes.
What are temporary cookies?
When you close your internet browser, then temporary cookies are removed from your computer. Using temporary cookies, websites collect and store temporary data. When you log in with your data, temporary cookies allow you to access the content and information as well as the benefits that you can use when you log in to the website. The website cannot collect or store the information you did not provide, nor can they access any files on your computer.
What are persistent cookies?
Permanent cookies remain on your computer even when you close your internet browser. Websites use persistent cookies to store information such as your username, password, so that you do not have to re-login every time on some websites to which you gave your information, i.e. where you registered (if the website has the possibility of registration). Permanent cookies can remain on your computer for years.
Also, for the purpose of planning the publication of content appropriate to your interests and future marketing campaigns, we use the Google Analytics Demographics and Interest Reporting tool, where we can use data from Google's interest-based advertising or third-party audience data (eg age, gender and interests) on the Google service Analytics. Detailed third-party information about this service, as well as about the user's ability to regulate the cookie settings necessary for this, is available at: www.google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html.
Social networks can also place cookies on your computer. This happens on websites that allow you to log in and register via social network accounts and if you share the content of the website on social networks (e.g. via the "Like" button). The specific impact on your privacy will vary from social network to social network and depends on the privacy settings you have chosen on those networks. You can find out how to manage these cookies on their websites.
How to disable cookies?
If you wish, you can disable the saving of cookies on your computer, but blocking all cookies could have a negative effect on the use of many websites, including this one. Cookie settings can be controlled and configured in your internet browser. If you want to delete or disable cookies on your computer, you need to update the settings of your internet browser (see information on how to delete and disable cookies on your browser by selecting the help menu).
Additional information about turning off cookies
There are currently several websites to disable the storage of cookies for different services.
You can get more information at the following web addresses: