Cookie policy and options for avoiding use

If you are interested in more information about how we process your personal data, please read the Personal data protection policy.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small data files that help websites you have visited remember your actions and settings. These data saved in a file are sent back to the server when you visit the same website again. This small file is called “cookie” and it contains a specific chain of characters with unique information. We use cookies to ensure the quality of our services and to understand better how people use our website. Our users´ preferences are saved in cookies so we can watch the users´ trends and how people navigate on our website. Cookies are not dangerous but they are important for privacy protection. Cookies cannot be used for detection of users´ identity or login data abuse.

Which cookies do we use?

Our website uses only first-party cookies (cookies used only by our website) and third-party cookies (cookies from third-party website). First-party cookies are used for saving users´ preferences and data that are necessary for your visit of our website, as watching the anonymous surveys, voting in polls, changing the setting from mobile version of the website to computer version and logging in for registered users.  Third-party cookies are used for watching users´ trends and behavioural patterns and targeting marketing with the help of third parties- providers of website statistics. These third-party cookies used for watching trends and behavioural patterns are used only by our website and the provider of website statistics, they are not shared with any other party.
Agreeing to the use of cookies

Most browsers automatically accept cookies if the browser is not set otherwise.  By using our website, you are agreeing to the use of cookie files.

What to do if you do not agree with using cookies?

You can block or limit using cookies in your browser setting. You can find the information about the setting of each browser at these websites: