Cookie files

To ensure proper functioning of the website we sometimes store small data files called "cookies" on our device. It is a common practice of most major websites.

What are cookie files?
A cookie file is a small text file that a website stores on your computer or mobile device when browsing it. Due to this file, the website can for some time keep track of your steps and preferences (such as login name, language, font size, and other display settings), therefore it is not necessary to insert them next time when you visit the website or browse its individual pages.

How do we use cookie files? website uses cookies for example: to remember user settings, for better matching of advertisement and interests of our visitors, for a necessary functionality of websites, etc. The use of cookies can be refused by selecting the appropriate settings on your browser. Note, however, that in that case you will not be able to fully use this website.

Cookie files of third parties
On the website of there may occur links and integrated content from other websites. Therefore, during the use of our website there can be created cookies which are not controlled by website This is for example the case when a browsed website uses tools for analysis or marketing automatisation from the third party (such as Google tools: Analytics, AdSense...); or it displays website content to third party sites, as for example YouTube or Facebook. This results in adoption of cookie files from such third party services. Website cannot have control over the storage or access to those cookie files.

How to control cookie files?
You can control cookie files and/or delete them based on your consideration – for details, see the website You can delete all cookie files stored on your computer and most browsers can be set in such a way that you will enable them to store cookies. In this case, you will probably need to adjust some settings on the website manually, every time you visit it. Some services and functions may not work.