Cookies are small text files stored on end user’s computer that allow for the flow of information between websites and the browser to be remembered. They fulfil a number of functions that affect the convenience of browsing the web.
Cookies are used to observe user behaviour on the website, so we can make the website easier to navigate. They also serve as a way to memorize user’s preferences, which means they can be used to display tailored editorial and advertising content. When using cookies we do not store your personal information or other sensitive information.
The following files are used by the website:
Session cookies – they only work while browsing the pages of the website, thus allowing them to function properly.
Persistent cookies – they stay on your computer when you visit our website, which means that the website can remember your settings when you visit it again. This makes the website easier to navigate for the users and allows us to remember their preferences. Such files are stored on the end user’s device (computer) for the time specified in the cookie parameters or until they are deleted by the User.
Third-party cookies – they allow, among other things, for specifying user’s preferences, and thus display relevant ads on external partners’ pages. They are also used to measure traffic on the given website.
By default, web browsing software allows for “cookies” to be saved on the end device (computer). To prevent automatic handling of “cookies” in your web browser settings, or to be notified each time about the “cookies” being downloaded to your device, you must make appropriate changes to your web browser settings. Detailed information about the possibilities and ways of handling cookies are available in the software (web browser) settings. Changing your browser settings may, however, cause limitations in the website’s functioning and use.