What are cookies?
A cookie is a small piece of data sent to your browser from a web server and is stored on your computer’s hard drive. Cookies cannot harm your system or affect its functionality in any way.
What do cookies do?
Cookies are used to remember your settings and record your preferences. You can disable cookies in your browser. By doing so, although you will be able to visit the website, there is a chance that some of its services or sections do not function properly. Disabling cookies limits access to the website and to its services.
With your permission, we store tracking cookies to your computer and use them to remember the websites that you have visited, in order to create a profile of your online activity. This profile is not associated with your name, home address, mail address or similar kind of data.
Do cookies know who I am?
No. Cookies do not save your name, address, age or other personal data. They only save your preferences and interests based on your online activity.
Functional and non-functional cookies
There are functional and non-functional cookies. Functional cookies are essential to the proper function of the website and ensure that the desired information is presented fastly and accurately every time you visit our website. For example, you do not have to give out any personal information, mention your preferences or change your settings on your next visit.
Non-functional (analytical) cookies inform us about the website’s number of visitors and their browsing activity. We can use this information to improve our website. The data is automatically erased once you close your browser or remain stored for up to 12 months since your last visit.
- save your login data
- guarantee the safety of your login data
- ensures the uniformity of the website
Non functional (analytical) cookies:
- keep track of the number of the website visitors
- record the visitors’ browsing activity
- improve the website’s performance
- improve your experience as a website visitor