We use cookies to enable you to make the best possible use of our website. A cookie is a small text file that is temporarily stored on your computer or mobile device during your visit and improves your online experience. Cookies do not contain personal information about the user and do not allow identification of the person. Cookies often contain a unique identifier – an anonymous number that is generated randomly and stored on your computer’s hard drive. Some cookies are deleted upon completion of the work or use of the website, some of which remain on your computer for a long time.

Types of cookies

1. Good cookies
First-party cookies come from the website that the user views permanently or temporarily. Pages use these cookies to store information that they reuse when the user next visits the page.

2. Other cookies
Cookies of other parties come from other partner websites. In this way third party users can collect data from different websites and use them for different purposes, e.g. to determine the popularity. The website you visit uses its own cookies.

Why allow cookies?

Information in Cookies is intended to provide a better experience in the use of a website or to ensure a higher quality of service.

-To enable detection of your computer so that you do not have to repeatedly enter the same data for a particular task or during a session (for example, filling in online forms or online surveys)

-To enable the smooth operation of video players

-They measure the number of users of different services and facilitate the use of these services

– Provide sufficient capacity to achieve system operation at high speed. Cookies are helpful in analyzing anonymous data that allows us to understand the interaction between users and various aspects of our online services in order to further improve them.

What happens if you do not accept cookies?

If you do not accept cookies, certain features on this site may not be displayed or executed correctly. This may result in limited use of this website and adversely affect the functioning of the website and the display of content and adversely affect your user experience.

This can be for example to the following aspects:
-Personal experience in the use of the website
– Watch videos
-The ability to enjoy individual content on the website and the “parts” feature on social  networks
– Display content included
– Cookies on the page

At the moment we have two different types of tracking on the website to provide a better service on the site. First, we use Google Analytics, which allows us to offer what you are looking for. We use tracking links to social networks that need to link to a page.