In order for this web-site to work properly, we sometimes add cookies to your device. This is done by many websites you use.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small files which the respective website stores onto your computer or device when you open up it. These files help the website remember your login information and settings (for example, language, font sizes etc) how you wish to view the website, so that you do not have to submit this information each time you visit the respective website.
What type of cookies and for what purposes do we use them?
Depending on which functions are used and for what purposes, there are three types of cookies we utilize – necessary ones, functional cookies, as well as analytical cookies.
These cookies are necessary so that you can freely visit and view the website and utilize in full all of its features. These cookies identify your device, but do not reveal your identity. They also do not collect your information. Without these cookies, the respective website would not be able to work in full, like, for example, offering you the information you might like to view, like a video you might want to watch. These cookies are saved onto your device until the moment you close your browser. According to the Information Public Services Law, necessary cookies are added automatically. However, it must be reminded that if the user decides to disable the necessary cookies, then the website will not work in full as it is supposed to.
Functional cookies also remember your settings and preferences, so that you can more conveniently use the website. These cookies are permanently saved on your device.
Analytical cookies collect information on how you use the respective website – recognize the most visited sections, as well as the content you choose to view. This information is used for analytical purposes for the websites themselves, so that they can determined what interests users the most and how they can improve the functionality of the respective website, so that it become more convenient to use. Analytical cookies identify only your device, but do not reveal your identity.
How is it possible to control cookies?