What are cookies?

Cookies are text files containing small amounts of information that you download to your computer, mobile phone or another device when you visit a website. Subsequently, every time you visit the website, cookies are sent back to the original website or to another page that recognizes the cookies.

Functions and purpose of cookies

Most browsers are set to accept cookies. Each user can set up their browser to block cookies or to inform them of the sending of cookies. However, some services or features don’t work properly without cookies.

The website uses “first-party” cookies, i.e. cookies used only by our website, and “third-party” cookies, i.e. cookies from third-party websites. First-party cookies are used to store user preferences and data needed for the proper functioning of the website during its use (e.g. the contents of your shopping cart). Third-party cookies track user trends and behavioral patterns and are used for ad targeting, using the help of third-party providers of website statistics. The third-party cookies that track trends and behavioral patterns of are used only by the website and by the providers of website statistics. They are not shared with any other third party.

Types of cookies

The following cookies are used on the website:

  • Essential cookies
    The cookies that are required for the proper functioning of the websites. They include, for example, the cookies that enable you to log in to secured parts of the website.
  • Analytical/performance cookies
    These files enable to recognize and evaluate e.g. the number of visitors and find out how visitors behave on our website. This data helps improve the way the website works.
  • Functional cookies
    These cookies are used to recognize returning visitors of our website. They enable automatic login and other features.
  • Targeting cookies
    These files tell us which pages you visited and which links you clicked, which enables us to display the ads that best match the interests of our visitors. The information is shared with third parties for the same purpose.

Refusing the use of cookies

The user can refuse the use of cookies by:

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