To make full use of features and services we offer on our website in its entirety, cookies must be enabled in your device, as we can provide some features only if using of cookies is enabled. By means of cookies, we investigate the effectiveness of the website design as well as the advertisement and other elements displayed on it, and they also help us verify your identity in cases, where it is needed.
What are cookies and how we use them
Cookies are small text files that are downloaded to your device when using a website. A website can load these cookies from your web browser every time you use it, so it can recognize you and remember your preferences and settings. Cookies are commonly used to distinguish individual users, to store user preferences, and the like, and thus they simplify the use of websites. Technically, this is a series of codes, according to which the browser collects and then sends your behaviour information back to the relevant server.
Cookies do not have generally any information to identify individual persons, but they are used to identify the browser on a specific device. Cookies may be temporary or lasting, depending on the period, for how long they are used: Temporary cookies last only during your online access and disappear from your device when you close your browser. Permanent cookies remain on your device even after you close your browser for the time specified in cookies. These permanent cookies can be checked every time the website is visited for the purposes mentioned above.
Most Internet browsers allow to clear cookies from your device, block all cookies (or third-party cookies only) or warn you before a cookie is stored on your device. You acknowledge that if you choose to block or disable all cookies, the website may not function as intended and you will not be able to use it in its entirety or access all the features it provides. If you have blocked or rather not allowed all cookies and you want to make full use of features and services offered by the website, you can do so by enabling cookies in your browser on your device.
Mobile device identifier
If you use a website through a mobile device, we use mobile device identifiers (a unique identifier assigned by the device manufacturer) instead of cookies to identify mobile devices. We do so for the same reasons as storing cookies, that is, for storing your preferences and tracking your way of using the website. Unlike cookies, the mobile device identifier cannot be deleted. Different third parties use a device identifier, for example, to track the number of displayed advertisements, to measure this advertisement and the graphic advertisement performance, which are more relevant to you, to track information about using the website and its individual parts, features, and the like. Equally, we can share the device identifier with third parties that provide us with services related to and concerning the website.