What is cookies?
A cookie is a small data file containing a string of characters that is sent to your computer when you visit a website. When you visit the website again, the cookie allows that site to recognise your browser. Cookies are able to store user settings and other information. You can set your browser to not receive cookies or to receive notifications about cookies.
Some features or services of websites may not work properly without cookies. We don't collect any data that can be used to identify the user of the site. Cookies may not be used to run programs or to infect your computer with viruses.
The pages of our website use "session" cookies that remember, for example, the language choice. These cookies are deleted from your computer when you close your browser.
We also use a limited number of persistent cookies. These cookies remember, for example, whether the user is logged in to the site or what blocks to display (for example, a bar with a notification that we are using cookies will not be displayed for users who clicked on the "OK" button). These cookies are stored on your computer for some time until you delete them or until they expire, what usually happens after a short period of time.
Information from cookies is not used to identify you personally, and data about your actions on the site is stored in a completely secure storage.
Most of the cookies we use are analytical cookies. They count the number of users, help us understand how users use our site, and improve its performance, such as making search results more accurate. We also use certain cookies for advertising purposes so we can better manage the presentation of our products on other platforms from which users can request services.
How to configure / disable cookies
For information on how to delete cookies or configure your web browser to delete or decline cookies, see your web browser's help materials. Please note that when you delete or block cookies, you may lose access to some features of the site, your preferences may not be remembered, and some pages may not be displayed correctly.
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