Rules for Cookies

Updated: 27 Jan 2024

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files created by a web server and stored on your computer or mobile device when browsing the web. Thanks to these files, the web server remembers your movement and preferences on the website for a certain time (e.g. selected language, font size, etc.) and you no longer have to enter them again the next time you visit the website. Most websites and e-shops use cookies for their operation.

Distribution of cookies

Cookies can be divided according to durability into:

  • Short-term (session cookie) – they are deleted from your computer after closing the browser
  • Long-term (persistent cookie) – after closing the browser, they remain stored on your computer and are deleted after a very long time. (According to your browser settings). You can also delete them manually.

According to the purpose, we can divide them into:

  • Technical – they serve the basic functions of the website or page (video playback, content sharing, login)
  • Analytical - used to collect non-anonymous data about your behavior. Based on them, we can modify the website to make it more user-friendly.
  • Remarketing - serve to display targeted ads to the user

How do we use cookies?

This website uses cookies to:

  • For essential website functionality
  • Remembering user settings
  • Collection of anonymous statistical information about visitors
  • For better ad customization and content sharing on social networks

What cookies do we use?

Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager

Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager are provided by Google, Inc. They serve to obtain and collect anonymized statistical data about the use of the website by users. The aim of using the services is to better understand the needs of our visitors and to ensure their satisfaction. Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager store information about what pages you visit, how long you stay on them, where you came from and what links you click on. All information together with cookies are owned by Google, Inc. transmitted and stored on servers in the United States of America. These data do not contain any confidential data on the basis of which we would be able to identify a specific visitor. The length of storage of this information is set to indefinite. Google, Inc. may provide this data to third parties if required by law.

For more information on privacy, click here.

To install the software add-on to reject Google Analytics cookies, click here.


Facebook, Inc. uses cookies to operate the like and share buttons, so that the website visitor can share the information displayed on your website faster and more conveniently. (e.g. articles, products, portfolio, etc.) For more information about cookies used by Facebook, Inc. click here.

Browser settings

Most web browsers can be set to block cookies. And this despite the fact that some elements on the website may not work properly. Cookie settings are usually found in the “Options” or “Settings” tab.