What is a cookie?
- Cookies are small files sent by a web server to your browser and stored on your computer. Cookies do not in any way allow us to access your computer or information about you, except for information about how you use our website and the personal information you choose to share with us (including the personal information you provide to us) automatically due to your browser settings).
- To check what cookies our website uses, click the “Manage consent” link at the bottom of the page, and then “Cookie Settings”.
- The cookies used on our website fall into the following categories:
- “Statistical” cookies are files that we use to collect information about the use of our website, such as the number of visits, time spent, time of content viewed or access sources. These files allow us to understand how you use our website, which helps to better match the website and displayed content. These files may come from us or our service providers (e.g. Google). These files do not contain personal data, but only anonymous information not assigned to the user. These files can be managed in the cookie preferences settings. If you do not consent, we will not know when, how often, for how long and from what access sources you visit our website.
- Other uncategorised cookies are those that are analysed and have not yet been categorized.
- In order to monitor and improve our website, we collect aggregate information about website users when they visit our website, including details about the operating system, browser version, domain name, IP address, URL from which they come to our website and where they go, and which subpages of our website they visit. We may keep general statistics, collect website traffic data and information about related sites, but this aggregate data does not contain any personal information.
- Some cookies are created by the entity whose services we use, e.g. as part of the Google Analytics tool.
- How can you manage cookies yourself while browsing the website?
- Google Chrome
Click on the menu and select the Settings> Privacy and Security tab. In this section, we click on Cookies and other website data.
- Microsoft Edge
From the browser menu, select: Settings> Stored data and cookies> Manage cookies and website data and delete them.
- Mozilla Firefox
Select from the browser menu: Settings> Privacy and security. In the Privacy section, you can select the type of protection.