When you browse our websites we collect information about your visit and how you use our services. For this purpose we use cookies.

What are cookie files?

They are small data files placed on your computer or other device by your browser. The files store different information about you and your preferences. Some of them are created by third-party companies which are our service providers.

Why do we use cookies?

They are mainly used for statistical purposes to see how often each website page is visited. We use this data to improve the content and functionality of our sites. We do not collect personal data for this purpose.

How long are cookies active?

Cookies are stored and used over different periods, mainly so users information choices are not lost. Some of them expire when you close the browser, while others are active for several days, months, or even years. Long-term cookies remain active to help us identify new and returning service users.

How to prevent cookies from being installed on a computer?

The majority of browsers by default enable the installation of cookie files. You can prevent the installation of such files on your computer by changing the relevant settings in your web browser. The instructions on changing the browser settings concerning cookie files can be found in the help section of your browser. Additionally, some browsers support a mode in which cookies are always deleted after visiting a website. The functionality has different names: InPrivate in Internet Explorer version 8 or later; Incognito in Google Chrome version 10 or later; and Private Viewing in Firefox version 3.5 or later, Safari version 2 or later and Opera version 10.5 or later. For more information check the help files of your browser.

You can also delete cookie files stored on your computer or device at any time. The detailed description how to delete cookies can be found in the help section of your browser.

If you do not consent to the installation of cookies you can still continue to use our website, however, certain functionalities may not be available and the quality of service may not be optimum.