1. What are “cookies”?
Cookies are small data files and, in particular, text files, stored by a server on your computer. Cookies enable to identify your computer and display respective website tailored to a particular user. Cookies usually include a given website name, from which they originate, the period of their storage on a computer and a unique number.
2. What are cookies used for?
Cookies are used for statistical purposes. They store information about geolocation, a user’s language and random data concerning session identifiers. Obtained information make it possible to build statistics relating to new and longstanding users and analyse pages visited. We use persistent cookies, which means that cookies are stored on your computer for a period of time set in cookies parameters or until manual deletion of the same.
3. How to manage “cookies”?
You can change your browser settings by yourself at any time, configuring it to allow cookies or inform about sending of the same. An internet browser allows cookies by default as standard. However, a browser settings can be changed in order to disable cookies or inform a user each time cookies are sent to his/her computer. More information concerning disabling of automatic storage of cookies can be found in your browse settings.