The law states that we can store files that are called cookies on your device if they are strictly necessary for the operation of this site.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small data files that can be used by websites to make a user’s experience more efficient. Thanks to them websites remember your actions and save your settings, so you don’t have to fill them in repeatedly. Cookies do not pose any danger, but they have a significance for privacy protection. Cookies cannot be used to figure out the identity of the website visitors or for misuse of sign in information.
Which cookies do we use?
We also use third-party cookies (f.e. Google Analytics for visitor tracking). These cookies can be used for advertising purposes in the form of remarketing on allied websites of these companies etc. These cookies are controlled by third parties and we do not have access to read or record this data.
These cookies are essential for our services and cannot be turned off. Usually, they are set up only in reaction to your actions, f.e. your preferred settings or Google reCAPTCHA.
These cookies allow us to count visits and traffic, so we know which pages are the most popular and how our visitors use our website. All information that those cookies store is aggregated, therefore anonymous.
We use these cookies:
Google Analytics (third party) – used for tracking the website’s traffic and evaluating the visitor data.
Google Tag Manager (third party) – used for tracking the website’s traffic and evaluating the visitor data.
Most browsers automatically accept cookies if the browser isn’t set up differently. By using these websites you agree with storing cookie files on your device. You can at any time change or withdraw your consent from the Cookie Declaration in your browser settings. Information about concrete browser settings can be found here:
Internet Explorer: windows.microsoft.com
Google Chrome: support.google.com
Mozilla Firefox: support.mozilla.org