What is a cookie?
A cookie is information stored on your computer by the website you visit. Cookies enable the website to show personalized information according to your needs. They usually store your settings and the website settings such as your preferred language, e-mail address or password. When you open the same website at a later moment your internet browser sends back the cookies belonging to that website.
It also enables us to measure views and the source of traffic on our website, so we can improve our website functionality accordingly.
All information the cookies collect are being accumulated and they remain anonymous, which enables us to track website efficiency and they are not shared with other entities.
This can only be done if you allow it – websites do not have access to information without your consent and they cannot access other files on your computer.
By turning off cookies you decide whether you will allow them to be stored on your computer. Cookie settings can be controlled and configured in your web browser. If you disable cookies, you will not be able to use some of our website functionalities.
According to the default website search settings, Google Analytics tracks visitors in order to generate anonymous statistical data used for improving costumer experience.
Do Not Track preferences
The Do Not Track feature enables visitors to opt out, so that websites cannot follow them for any purposes, including the use of service analytics, advertising networks and social platforms. Do Not Track options are available in a various browsers including:
if you enable the Do Not Track option in your browser, Google Analytics will respect your choice;
If you enable the Do Not Track option, you will not be tracked. This represents an additional opting out of data collection and analysis for the purposes of generating statistical data for our website;
If you did not enable the Do Not Track option, but decided to opt out, the piwik_ignore cookie will be stored in your browser. Google Analytics will not track any visitors that have turned on the piwik_ignore cookie.
If you enabled all cookies in your browser, we will still collect some general data on your search activity (e.g. the number of visitors to our website), but they will be less precise and your visits will not be tracked (Piwik cookies are not used).
More information on cookies is available here: