What cookies are
How to divide cookies
According to who places them on your web, cookies can be divided into:
First party cookies – their validity is limited to the domain of the website you are browsing. These cookies are considered to be safer.
Third party cookies – they are placed using a script from another domain. Therefore, users can be tracked across domains. They are often used to evaluate the effectiveness of advertising channels.
According to their persistence, cookies can be divided into:
Session cookies – they are deleted from your computer after closing the browser.
Persistent cookies – they are preserved after closing the browser and they are deleted only after a very long time, which depends on your browser settings and cookie settings. You can also delete them manually.
We use the following cookies on our website:
Technical (first party, session) cookies – they provide basic technical functionality of the website, i.e. logging in, use of services etc.
Google Analytics (first party, persistent) cookies – they are used to generate anonymous statistics about the use of the website.
We never place any sensitive or personal data in cookies.
You can delete cookies in your browser – this option is usually in the “History” of the visited pages.
Browsers allow you to block placing cookies in your computer. If you do so, however, the functionality of the website will be limited. You can find the information about the settings for storing cookies in your browser on the websites of the providers of particular browsers:
You can find more information about cookies and their use on the AboutCookies.org website.
This website uses Google Analytics
Google Analytics is extended and includes the following related advertising functions provided by Google:
reports of views in the Google advertising network
extended demographic overviews (reporting anonymous demographic data).
You can find more information about processing and using of data in Google’s Terms and Conditions.
How to disable Google Analytics tracking
If you do not want to provide anonymous data about the use of the website to Google Analytics, you can use a plugin provided by Google. Once installed in your browser and activated, the data will no longer be sent.