Web cookie (hereinafter referred to simply as “cookie(s)“) represents information stored on your computer by a website you visit. Cookies usually store your settings for a website, such as your preferred language or address. When you return to the website, your web browser sends back the cookies that belong to the website. This allows the site to display information tailored to your needs.
In order to ensure the proper functioning of the website, as well as further improvements and enhancements to your browsing experience, the website stores a small amount of information (cookies) on your computer.


Cookies can store a wide range of information, including personal information (such as your name or e-mail address). However, this information can only be stored if you enable it. Namely, the website cannot gain access to information that you have not provided nor access other files on your computer. By default, the activities of storing and sending cookies are invisible to you. However, you can change your web browser settings to allow you to approve or deny cookie storage requests, delete stored cookies automatically when closing your web browser, and more.

By using the website without changing any settings that would deny the approval of storing cookies, you accept the use and storage of cookies on your computer. If you do not consent to the use of cookies, storing will be disabled and you will still be able to browse the website, although some of the features of the website will not be available


By disabling cookies, you decide whether to allow storing cookies on your computer. Cookie settings can be controlled and configured in your web browser. For information on cookie settings,
select the web browser you are using:


Temporary or session cookies are removed from your computer by closing the web browser. Websites use them to store temporary information, such as items in your shopping cart.

Persistent or stored cookies remain stored on your computer after you close your Internet browser. Web sites use them to store information, such as username and password, so you do not have to log in every time you visit a website. Persistent cookies will remain on your computer for days, months, even years. First-party cookies come from the visited websites and they can be either permanent or temporary. Websites use them to store information they will use again once you revisit a website .

Third-party cookies come from advertisements for other sites (such as pop-ups or others) located on the website you visit. Websites use these cookies to track your browsing habits for marketing purposes. There are several external services that store limited amounts of cookies on your computer. These cookies are not set by, but some of them enable normal functioning of certain features that provide users with easier access to content.

We currently enable:
• Social Networks – Users can share posts on social media, such as Facebook and Google+, that will store your cookies on your computer.
• Measuring engagement- uses Google Analytics, a service that measures user engagement and visits.
The website uses cookies to give you a better user experience.

If you want to prevent these services from storing cookies on your computer, you can block the cookies in question.

There are currently several websites which enable blocking cookies for different services. You can find more detailed information on the following links