What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that store a browser on a computer or a visitor’s device when visiting a website. Cookies allow the web site to recognize the device of the user and to remember certain information about your sessions during your connection. Cookies remember the type of browser you are using or setting, such as the language that remains your default setting when you repeatedly visit a website.
What are we using cookies for?
- Necessary cookies: These cookies are required to run our site. This includes cookies that allow you to log into secure sections of our website.
- Power cookies: These cookies allow us to analyze how you work with our site. We can use this to improve and simplify the usability of our website. The data that these cookies collect is aggregated and anonymous.
- Functional cookies: These cookies remember your choice to improve your user experience. This will allow the website to customize the content for you or to remember your preferences, such as your choice of language. The data that these cookies collect does not personally identify you.
The cookies we use do not harm your computer and can not be used to collect your personal information.
How can I control or erase cookies?
Website uses Google Analytics – Web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. (“Google”) to help analyze the use of this website.
Information about how the website is used generated by cookies, i.e. standard Internet records (including your IP address) and user behavior information in an anonymous form are sent to Google, which stores them, inter alia, on servers in the United States. We anonymize it before submitting your IP address to Google.
Google, in accordance with its EU-US Personal Data Protection Shield, declares that it adheres to this shield. Google may transfer information collected through Google Analytics to third parties, if required by law, or such third parties process data on behalf of Google.
According to Google Analytics, Google will not associate the IP address of the person concerned with any other data at its disposal.
You can refuse the use of Google Analytics cookies by downloading and installing the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on software in your browser.