“Cookie” means a smaller amount of textual information that websites store locally on your computer so that at each of your visits, the website can be tailored to your personal desires and preferences. Those are usually your settings such as the site browsing language, settings for additional website personalization, and similar features that you would otherwise have to adjust at each new visit. Cookies can store multiple types of information, but personal information can only be stored if you enable it. Cookies can not access other data on your computer. If you do not want cookies to be stored on your computer, access to the page will still be possible, but some functionalities of our website will not be available to you.
Types of cookies that can be stored on your computer
Session cookies are cookies that relate only to your current use of the website and are deleted as soon as you close your browser.
Persistent cookies remain stored on your computer after you close your web browser and enable a consistent user experience every time you visit the site. The information collected is anonymous and does not contain your personal information.
3rd party cookies
Disabling cookies and additional information
If you wish so, you can completely disable the storing of cookies; however, blocking all cookies would drastically reduce the quality of Internet experience you are used to because many options on various websites would no longer be available. The cookie settings can be adjusted in all web browsers.
If you wish to learn more about how cookies work, you can do so on the following web pages: