What are cookie files?
Cookie file is a small text file that is saved by web site in your computer or mobile device when browsing it. The file enables the web site to temporarily retain time information about your steps and preferences (e.g. user name, language, font size and other viewing settings). You thus no longer have to provide the information when next browsing the website or individual web pages.
How do cookies work?
Websites use cookie to remember user settings, identify participants, optimise and personalise user visits on the website, analyse traffic on the site, improve multichannel communication, and secure vital functionality of sites. Cookies are also used for best possible identification of our target customer group in order for us to adapt our offer to the demand, and to present our work as well as possible.
Types of cookies:
(a) Session cookies are temporarily embedded in the computer or another equipment while browsing, and expire when the browser is closed.
(b) Permanent cookies are retained in the computer for longer. Users can delete these permanent files. Some websites might use permanent cookies. The data help us identify individual customer groups.
(c) Third party cookies are used to analyse traffic information.
All cookies are controlled by our website. They will only contain viewer identification numbers. User profile will be stored in the application on the website.
Traffic information such as IP address, place, date and time of browsing, and activity on our website may only be embedded in a third-party application based on identification via cookie.
As user browsing our website, you agree with using and embedding cookies in your computer. You have been notified to this effect when visiting our website, and give your consent by further browsing the website. If, as user, you disagree with using cookies, actively delete or block cookie files. If you do not consent to cookies, you can still browse our website, though some functions may not perform properly.
How to control cookies?
You can control and/or delete cookies as you deem appropriate – details are available at aboutcookies.org. You can delete all cookie files embedded in your computer and can set most browsers in to prevent their embedment. In such event, however, you might have to manually amend some settings on each visit, and services and functions might not perform properly.
Help tool that is available in most web browsers tells you how to set your browser to prevent it from accepting new cookies, or to notify you about new cookies and all those that you have received, to disable them. Nonetheless, we recommend that you retain cookie function fully active. Cookies don’t cause any damages to your computer, nor they contain any viruses.
Menu of most browsers contains an opportunity to configure settings, i.e. the browser usually contains options such as enabling cookies, viewing cookie files, blocking all or selected files, etc.. Further information about administration of cookies is on the following websites: