Privacy and cookies policy

Cookies are small files that websites save on our devices through which we use the Internet (computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones). They have many functions, including allowing websites to remember individual user preferences (such as the language of the site, its color, layout and arrangement of content).

Cookies are needed for the proper functioning of websites, such as those requiring authorization - e.g. when logging into an email account or an online store (in addition, they help store goods put into a shopping cart in online stores).

They also make it possible to personalize websites in terms of the content displayed and the tailoring of ads. They also allow us to create anonymous statistics on website visits, but can be used to track our online activity.

If you do not like such information collection, you can disable cookies in your web browser.

How do I change my cookie settings in different browsers?

  • Mozilla Firefox -  click here

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer -  click here

  • Google Chrome -  click here

  • Opera -  click here

  • Apple Safari -  click here

  • On cell phones, tablets and other mobile devices - we encourage you to review the privacy options on your mobile device manufacturer's website.

The Administrator allows other parties to use cookies and other similar technologies on the websites and applications on Our partners may use cookies or other similar technologies to determine whether a particular advertisement was displayed by or on behalf of them, what the results were, and to gather information about how users respond to the advertisements displayed. Our partners may also, if you consent, tailor the advertisements displayed to your interests as determined from information you provide to our partners when you use the websites or applications. This information may also be shared for further marketing purposes with other entities that display or commission online advertising. For these purposes, we may also work with partners to show you advertising on or off the websites or applications after you visit the website or application. Cookies and technologies such as web beacons, pixel tags and anonymous ad network tags allow us to more effectively display ads to our users, as well as collect collected audits, surveys and reports required by advertisers.