Cookies are small text files that are sent to your computer while you visit our website. They make your web experience easier by storing your browsing information.

Cookies help us improve both our website and your user experience. Cookies are used on various pages with various features, such as allowing you to effectively navigate between different pages, while saving your preferences and improving your future experience.

User Agreement

By staying on our site, you consent to the use of cookies ( unless you have configured your web browser to accept cookies). If you do not want to allow cookies on the website, you can block it from your browser settings or use private browsing options. If you choose not to save cookies, we cannot allow all features of our website to work as planned.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file that a website saves on your computer or smart device when you visit a website. This allows you to remember your activities and preferences on the page (such as language and font size) so that you do not have to reset them each time you hit a page or move from one page to another in the portal.

How do we use cookies?

The use of cookies on a website is described below. ee uses Google Analytics to analyze website traffic. Its data will help us understand the behavior of the users of the page and improve their page accordingly. This software uses a large number of cookies to help us find out if visitors have visited the site before. If there are such cookies on your computer, your web browser will let us know; if you don’t already have one, they will be offered to your web browser. That way, we know the number of our individual visitors and how often they visit our site. These cookies are only used for statistical purposes and cannot be used to identify individual visitors.

Other cookies uses third-party tracking and advertising cookies such as Youtube, Facebook, Google Analytics and Adform. Third Party Cookies are those that are set up by other pages that are not the ones you are currently in. For example, some pages may have a “Like” button on Facebook. This “Like” button sends a cookie to your web browser that Facebook can read. This is called a third-party cookie. The way in which the collected data is used depends on the privacy policy of the legal entity that is visible on the respective parties’ websites. Some third-party cookies, such as those of Adform, can also create unique numbered cookies that identify the user’s web browser and allow you to track advertising metrics, such as button presses. This allows publishers to provide ads that are relevant to the user’s interests and are more likely to be relevant to him.

How to check cookies?

You can check and / or delete cookies according to your wishes. You can also disable cookies, but doing so may allow all features on the page to not work as they should. You can delete all the cookies that already exist on your computer, and most browsers can be configured not to accept them. Different web browsers offer different options for managing cookies.

How do I turn off cookies?

If you refuse cookies, you can turn them off from the security settings of your browser. However, if you do, you may not be able to use certain services and features.More information on how to manage your cookies can be found here for most of the most popular web browsers: Chrome Firefox Internet Explorer Safari iOS

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