Use of cookies

This site uses cookies in order to improve user experience.

For this website to function properly, in order to be able to further improve the site, and to improve your browsing experience, this site must store a small amount of data (cookies) on your computer. Over 90% of all websites use cookies, but in line with the EU regulations, since 25 March 2011, we have to request your consent before storing cookies. By browsing this website, you agree to the use of cookies. By disabling cookies, you can still browse the site, but some of its features will not be available to you.

What are cookies?

Cookies are pieces of information stored on your computer by a website you visit. Cookies usually store your settings (website settings) such as preferred language or address. The next time you visit the site, your Internet browser returns cookies that belong to that site. This enables the site to show information adapted to your needs.

Cookies may store a wide range of data including personal information (such as your name or e-mail address). However, such information can be stored only if you allow it; websites cannot gain access to the information unless you authorise it and they cannot access other files on your computer. Default activities of storing and sending cookies are not visible to you. However, you can change your Internet browser settings so you can select whether you will allow or reject requests for storing cookies, automatically delete stored cookies when closing your Internet browser etc.

What cookies do we use?

This site uses statistical cookies - Google Analytics cookies that allow the analysis of website traffic. This service is provided by Google LLC.

The information Google Analytics cookies generate about how you use this site, including the IP address you accessed the pages from, is uploaded to the Google LLC server and stored there. This information will be used to analyse how this site is used and to compile reports intended for site administrators on activities on this site.

Managing cookies

If you want to disable cookies from being saved on your computer, you can do so. However, the blocking may have a negative effect on the use of the website. To turn off cookies, your Internet browser's settings and configurations need to be adjusted. In the browser menu, select Help, then Cookies, and follow the instructions.

Detailed information about each cookie, including its duration, can be found under cookie settings in your web browser.

Cookies can be blocked, and you will still be able to view the site, but some of its options will not be available to you. Turning off cookies can have a negative effect on the content display and we hereby waive responsibility for any negative impact.

How to disable cookies? By disabling cookies you can decide whether you will allow storing of cookies on your computer. Cookie settings can be controlled and configured in your web browser. For more information about cookie settings, select your web browser: • ChromeFirefoxInternet Explorer 9Internet Explorer 7 and 8OperaSafari. If you disable cookies, you will not be able to use some of the features on websites.

What are transient cookies?

Transient cookies or session cookies are erased from the computer when you close your Internet browser. Websites use such cookies to store temporary data.

What are persistent cookies?

Persistent cookies or stored cookies stay on your computer after you close your Internet browser. Websites use them to store data such as logon name and password, so you do not have to log in every time you visit a certain site.

What are first-party cookies?

First-party cookies come from the website you are browsing, and they can be persistent or transient. By using these cookies, websites can store data that they will re-use the next time you visit that site.

What are third-party cookies?

Third-party cookies come from advertisements of other websites (such as pop-up or other advertisements) that can be found on the website you are browsing. By using such cookies, websites can monitor Internet usage for marketing purposes.

Does use cookies?

Yes, primarily to enable better experience for users of our website.

What kind of cookies does use and why?

  • Persistent cookies - their expiration date is usually in distant future, so they will stay in your browser until they expire or until you erase them manually. We use persistent cookies in order to get better understanding of our users' habits, which enables us to improve our website in accordance with such habits. Such information is anonymous – we cannot see the data you use.

Are there any third-party cookies on this web-site?

There are several external services that store limited cookies for users. Such cookies are not set up by this website, but they serve for normal functioning of certain features that facilitate access to content. At the moment, the following is enabled:

  • Website traffic monitoring uses Google Analytics service for website traffic monitoring. If you wish to disable this service from storing cookies, you can do so via the following link:

Changing cookie settings You can change your cookie settings here. 

Additional information on disabling cookies

At the moment, there are several websites for disabling cookies for various services.

Privacy Shield On 16 July 2020, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) invalidated the EU-US Privacy Shield in its judgement on the case Facebook Ireland v. Schrems (Schrems II). The CJEU ruled that the Privacy Shield transfer mechanism was not in line with the level of protection required by EU regulations. 

You can obtain more information via these links:

All about cookies

Behavioural advertising and online privacy

Your Ad Choices

More information on Google Analytics