Cookie policy

Cookie policy

In order for this site to work properly with all of its functionality and to be able to continue to improve the site and improve our user experience, we need cookies. According to the regulations of the European Union, dated 25 March 2011 we are obliged to request your consent before saving the cookie. This means that by using this website you agree to use these files. If you disable cookies, you will not be able to use the specific web site functionality that is supported by this technology.

What are cookies?

The cookie information is saved to your personal computer at the time of browsing the web site you visited. Cookies make it easier to use since they save your website settings (language or address), and restart them once again to activate them again. This way, the information is tailored to your needs and the usual ways of using it.

From simple settings information, cookies can also save a large number of personal information (name, e-mail address) that you need to fully access. If you have not enabled them, then cookies can not access the files on your computer. Saving and sending cookies are not visible to you, but you can choose to approve / reject cookies, delete saved cookies, and other cookie related activities in your browser’s settings.

Temporary cookies (sessions)

Temporary cookies, or cookie sessions, are removed from your personal computer at the time you close the Internet browser you are browsing the web site. With these cookies, pages store temporary data.

Permanent cookies

Permanent, or saved, cookies remain on your personal computer and after you close your Internet browser. Using these cookies, the web site stores information to help you use it. For example, web pages that require a user name and password entry “” remember “” your input that will appear at each new visit. Permanent cookies will remain on your computer for days, months, or years.

First-party cookies

They come from the site you are watching, which is temporary or permanent. With the help of a web site, you store information such as your name and password, so you do not have to sign in every visit.

Third-party cookies

Third party cookies on your computer come from other websites that are on the web page you are viewing. These are, for example, pop-up ads, and cookies have the role of tracking web pages for advertising purposes.

How to disable cookies?

By turning cookies off, do not allow them to be stored on your computer. The cookie settings can be configured and changed in the selected web browser. To see the settings, select the browser you are using (Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer 9, Internet Explorer 7 and 8, Opera or Safari). If you disable cookies, you will not be able to use certain web site functionality.

Measurement of attendance

The page uses Google Analytics – a metering service. If you want to disable cookies from this service, you can disable them at the following link:

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More information about turning off cookies

There are several web pages to exclude cookies for different services. For more information, read the following links: