To provide the best user experience and web site usage, sometimes small data files are stored to your device. They are called cookies.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small file that can be placed on your device that allows us to recognize and remember you. It is sent to your browser and stored on your computer’s hard drive or tablet or mobile device. When you visit our sites, we may collect information from you automatically through cookies or similar technology, such as a tag, pixel, or another web beacon.
On some website pages, we use non-essential cookies, but they may enable a more comfortable user experience. Those cookies may be erased or blocked, but if you choose so, some website pages may not function properly. Cookies are used in various ways:
- cookie for defining browser language,
- cookies to track web site usage,
- user security cookies.
- for the pop-up window on the bottom of the page and activating and deactivating specific cookie categories.
Consent given by selecting each cookie category may be revoked at any moment.
The list of all cookies is described at Cookie updates.
Information collected by cookies is not used to identify you and the data about your website usage are under our supervision. Cookies are not used in any other way than described here.
Sometimes we use third parties for statistical services, like Google Analytics. In that scenario, Google may send their cookie to your device, a third-party cookie.
How to control cookies?
Cookies may be controlled and/or erased. You may erase all cookies already stored on your device. Most browsers may enable blocking of cookie downloads. If you block cookies, some services and functions may not be available. Blocking and managing cookies instructions may be found here.
How to change cookie settings on certain browsers can be found on the following links: