Our Cookies Policy
Cookies are small txt files that automatically creates a browser when you visit websites. The information in a given cookie file can only be read by the page from which this file originated. This means that the website can not access other files that are on your computer. You can configure your browser to block cookies or delete cookies.
If you do not change your cookie settings, we acknowledge that you have read this message (our Cookies policy) and accept our cookies.
How do we use “cookies”?
- We adjust the operation of our blog to the preferences of users (they facilitate the use of the website).
analysethe most visited pages of the website, we monitor traffic on the site like the number, depth and length of visits, bounce rate, type of device from which the page has been opened.
- We measure the effectiveness of ads and tailor the message to a specific audience.
- We improve our website so that you can use it even easier and more conveniently.
These files allow to create anonymous statistics, which means that they only identify the data of the devices and browsers used to read the blog and are not in any way connected with the personal data of the user acquired during the registration to the newsletter or leaving a comment.
As part of the website, we use two basic types of cookies: session cookies and persistent cookies.
Session files are temporary files that are stored on the end device until the user logs out, leaves the website or disables the software (web browser).
Persistent cookies are stored in the device for the time specified in the cookie file parameters or until they are removed by the user.
More about cookie files can be found here:
Who and why use the cookies of our website users?
Cooperating entities, namely Facebook Inc and Google Ireland Limited.
You can view and edit information collected by Google using:
How to block the operation of cookies?
To manage cookies, select the browser you are using from the list and follow the instructions:
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