Cookies are small text files uploaded to the user’s computer via the e-environment’s server. As a result, the web browser can send information of the cookie back to the e-environment during every new visit to the e-environment, in order to recognise the user.
Cookies may be disabled in your browser settings, if you have selected this option. Keep in mind that in some cases it may slow down the browsing of a website, reduce the functionality of certain websites or prevent access to them.
As a rule, we use data collected with cookies for the following purposes:
- Functional cookies and provision of services: Cookies are very important for the functioning of our website and electronic services and allow us to streamline user experience. For example, if the user wants, they do not have to enter their username, password and personalization options every time they log into our service.
- Development of services: By tracking cookies, we can improve the functioning of our e-environment and electronic services. For example, we can get information on what are the most popular parts of our website, which websites our users will pass by, from which websites they come from and how much time they spend at our e-environment.
- Directing marketing: By using cookies, we can also collect information about the displaying of advertisement or specific browser-targeted content by creating different target groups.
We may combine the information obtained with cookies with information about you in other ways, e.g., with information about services used.
Our websites may have links to third-party websites, products and services, as well as social media extensions (e.g., Facebook plugins, Google Analytics) for marketing and statistics purposes. Third-party services or third-party applications on our websites are subject to the privacy protection rules of third parties. We recommend that you acquaint yourself with the personal data protection practices of data concerning such persons.