1. What are cookies
Cookies are short text files that a website sends to your browser. They allow the website to record information about your visit, such as the language you choose, and so on. The next visit to the site can be easier and more pleasant for you. Cookies are important because without them browsing the Internet would be much more difficult. Cookies enable better use of our website and adaptation of its content to your needs. Cookies are used by almost every website in the world. Cookies are useful because they increase the user-friendliness of repeatedly visited websites.
2. Types of cookies
Relational (ie temporary) cookies allow us to link your individual activities for the duration of browsing this website. When your browser window is opened, these files will be activated and deactivated when you close your browser window. Relational cookies are temporary and all these files are deleted when you close the browser.
Persistent cookies help us identify your computer if you revisit our website. Another advantage of persistent cookies is that they allow us to adapt our website to your needs.
This consent is granted for a period of 24 months.
Internet browsers usually include cookie management. As part of your browser settings, you can probably manually delete, block or completely disable the use of individual cookies. For more information, use the help of your internet browser. If cookies are enabled, this setting of the internet browser can be considered as consent to the processing of personal data. The browser is a tool for mediating consent.
4. Purpose of using cookies