The Cookie policy

This Cookie policy explains what cookies are and how we use them. 

Cookies in general

Cookies are little text files which are stored on the browser or hard drive of your computer or mobile device when you visit a webpage or application. Cookies work to make your experience browsing our site as smooth as possible and they remember your preferences so you don’t have to insert your details again and again. If you prefer, you can avoid using cookies by configuring your browser to prevent cookies from being stored during use. This may negatively affect the functionality and user experience of the site.

Cookies are secure – they can only store information that is put there by the browser, which is information the user has entered into the browser or that is included in the page request. They cannot run code and be used to access your computer. 

Tracking Cookies

The site is used to collect statics on website tracking, development and marketing planning. In addition, the site uses the target group and thematic data collection (Google Analytics Demographics) to integrate the user’s tracking data, including age, gender, and user interest. You can change the settings related to gathering this information using your Google account.

Functional Cookies

The functional areas of the Web service that require a user login or other authentication require a cookie to function. The information in the cookie is stored on the user and the cookie is deleted at the end of the time limit or when the user logs off. These cookies allow our site to remember your preferences, helping you to customise your experience on our site. 

Other Tags

The website also stores other identifying information (such as IP address, browsing activities, search queries, and error logs) in the log files of the server and the website. Information is also collected regarding the website's user interface (saves, heat maps, forms). The purpose for collecting this information is to enable targeted marketing, website monitoring and development, as well as the continuous development of fault tolerance and information security.