What are cookies?
Cookies are small data files necessary to enable certain functions of a website, such as logging in. By using cookies, the site can remember various settings such as language, font and other options you have chosen for displaying pages. This is why we have cookies stored on your computer. Most of the major websites and providers do the same.
Cookies can be categorised into two basic types according to their durability
- Short-term (session cookie) – they are retained in your browser until you close it and are then deleted.
- Long-term (persistent cookies) – they remain stored in your browser for a long time (depending on your browser and cookie settings) or until you manually delete them.
The following cookies are used on our website:
- Technical (short-term) – they are necessary to ensure the fundamental functionality of the site, i. e. to remember the Google font and language.
- Google Analytics (long-term) – we use Google Analytics for measuring anonymous data about user behaviour to help us personalise the site for you.
You can erase any cookies that have already been stored on your computer. Most browsers also offer the option to prevent cookies from being loaded on your computer. However, in this case, you will not be able to use all of our online services. For a detailed description of how to set your browser and store cookies, please visit your browser provider’s website. The most widely used browsers include:
For more details, visit AboutCookies.org.
The use of Google Analytics
We have modified Google Analytics so that it does not record your IP address to protect your privacy.
The Google Analytics service has been enhanced with related advertising features provided by Google, namely:
Google Ad Network Impression Reports,
Remarketing (displaying ads within the content network based on product views),
Enhanced Demographic Insights (reporting of anonymous demographic data).
For further information on the processing and use of data, please refer to Google´s Terms and Conditions.
How to disable Google Analytics tracking
If you want to prevent Google Analytics from sending anonymous statistics, you can do so by using a plugin provided by Google. You have to download and install the plugin in your browser.