What are cookies and how do they work?
Cookies are small files that the website uploads to and stores on your computer as you visit the website. Cookies are stored in the browser file folder. During your next visit of the website, the browser will read the cookie and send the information back to the website or to its element that initially generated the cookie. To find out more about this technology and the way it works, please visit allaboutcookies.org or a similar website about cookies.
Session cookies: these are temporary cookies that do not exist for a long time, only while you access the website (specifically, until you close the browser after visiting the website). Session cookies help the website remember what you selected on the previous page in order to avoid repeatedly entering the same information. Our website’s cookies do not contain any personal data and they cannot be used to reveal your identity.
Persistent cookies: These cookies are saved on your device after you visit the website. These cookies identify you as a unique visitor and include a randomly generated number. When you return to our website, it will help us recall the information you accessed and the actions that you performed earlier — and, for multilingual websites, also your preferred language. The time, for which the cookies are stored on your device, depends on the cookie type. Our website’s cookies do not contain any personal data and they cannot be used to reveal your identity.
Tracking cookies: these cookies are used to provide the view statistics of the website page structure.
How to limit or remove cookies on your device?
If you would like to receive general advice on how to remove cookies in other browsers, you can do this at aboutcookies.org.
If you would like to view the content of a cookie file, click on it to open it. You will see a short string of text and numbers.