Using cookies

This website and its online services may use cookies in order to improve services.
The decision to allow the use of cookies on the website is entirely yours. It should be noted that the website functions optimally only if the use of cookies is allowed.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small files, which your browser saves on the hard drive when you visit our website.
This allows our website to recognize your computer the next time you visit us, so we can provide you with a personalized browsing experience. Cookies are not designed to spy on a user, and they do not keep track of everything that the user does, they are not a malicious code or a virus.  Also, cookies are not connected to unwanted messages or spam, they cannot save passwords and are not designed solely for advertising. Information such as your name or e-mail address will not be saved - websites cannot access your personal information or files on your computer.
We need your consent in order to use the cookies in accordance with the Electronic Communications Act, Personal Data Protection Act, EU directives 2002/58/EC i 95/46/EC and the GDPR directive.

Types of cookies

  • Session cookies and permanent cookies
    • Session cookies are temporary cookies, which expire when you leave the website.  These cookies are mandatory for the proper operation of certain applications or functionality of this page.
    • Permanent cookies are used to improve the experience of our users (e.g. they remember login details, so you don’t have to type them in each time you visit the website). These cookies remain in the cookie file of your browser for an extended period of time. That time period depends on the selected settings of your Internet browser. Permanent cookies allow for the data to be transferred to the web server each time you visit the website.
  • First-party and third-party cookies
    • First-party cookies - are issued by this website. These cookies are often used for the proper operation of the website and for remembering your preferences regarding the website.
    • Third-party cookies are cookies which are placed by another website or service, such as e.g. YouTube. We do not have access or control over these cookies. You should consult the corresponding privacy policies of those third parties. If you are located in the European Union, you can learn more about how third-parties use these types of cookies by clicking on the following link:
  • Necessary and other cookies
    • Necessary cookies are essential for the operation of our websit and for the use of its features and/or services. For example, they allow you to navigate the website and login into secure areas. By using this website you automatically consent to the use of necessary cookies, without which the website cannot function.  They are the PHPSESSID cookies and _exp cookies.
    • Performance cookies gather information on how visitors use our website, for example, which pages are visited most often and if the visitors receive error messages from those pages. These cookies don't gather data which identify the visitor. All information, which is gathered by these cookies, is anonymous.  They are only used to improve the functioning of this website.
    • Functional cookies allow our website to remember the choices and adjustments you made during your visit, and they offer improved personal features. For example, remembering the language settings or preferred currency. They can also be used to allow third-parties to provide tools for social sharing and for remembering your preferred sharing services.
    • Marketing cookies are used to track visitors through a website. The intent is to show advertisements, which are relevant and interesting to an individual user, and therefore more valuable to the publisher and third-party advertisers.

Cookies which are used on this website:

    • PHPSESSID cookies only contain the reference to the session stored on the web server. No data is stored in the user’s browser, and this cookie can only be used on the current website.
    • First-party cookie - This website
    • Session cookie
  • cc_cookie_accept
    • The cookie which is used to remember the user’s settings - acceptance to use all cookies on this website. This cookie only knows your last cookie settings and doesn’t reflect the current cookie status of your browser.
    • First-party cookie - This website
    • Session / Permanent cookie (if you don’t accept all cookies then it’s a Session cookie, otherwise it’s a Permanent cookie with a duration of 1 year)
  • cc_cookie_decline
    • The cookie which is used to remember the user’s settings - acceptance to use only necessary cookies on this website. This cookie only knows your last cookie settings and doesn’t reflect the current cookie status of your browser.
    • First-party cookie - This website
    • Session / Permanent cookie (if you accept all cookies then it’s a Session cookie, otherwise it’s a Permanent cookie with a duration of 1 year)
  • exp_last_visit (1 year), exp_last_activity (1 year), exp_tracker (session), exp_csrf_token (session)
    • Various cookies which begin with ‘exp_'. They are strictly necessary cookies set by our content management system and they contain data such as: the last time you visited our website, previous website which you visited, session length of the registered user, session ID... Your personal data is not gathered with these cookies, they are only used for the basic functionally of the website. 'exp_last_visit' and 'expjast_activity' only store the information about the date/time of your visit. 'exp_tracker' tracks the last 2 pages that you’ve visited so that, if it is necessary, we can send you back to the corresponding page.  ‘exp_csrf_token' is used for sending forms on a page, it is a unique and random string of numbers and letters which protect our website from unwanted mail.
    • First-party cookie – this website
    • exp_csrf_token i exp_tracker are session cookies, the rest are permanent cookies
    • This site uses YouTube, a service for storing and viewing video documents. We use YouTube's video privacy implementation method, in which YouTube will not store visitor information unless it starts video playback. See the YouTube service privacy policy at the following link:
    • Third-party cookies -
    • Permanent cookies
  • NID (6 months), 1P_JAR (1 month), CONSENT (20 years)
    • This site uses Google Map, these cookies register anonymous statistics about the use of Google's tools and services. These cookies do not collect sensitive information unless you log in to your google account, in which case your choices are linked to your account. For more information, see the Google General Privacy Policy
    • Third-party cookies -
    • Permanent cookies

How to accept and reject cookies

You can always block the use of some or all cookies which we use on our website but this can impact its functionality.

The cookie settings framework is found at the bottom of this page. After selecting the settings, you can reset the cookie setting at any time at the bottom of this page.

Additionally, you can accept or reject some or all cookies by adjusting your browser settings. At the following links you can find the information on how to change the settings of some of the most commonly used web browsers: Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Apple Safari, Opera. Some browsers allow you to surf in anonymous mode, by restricting the quantity of data saved on your computer and automatically deleting permanent cookies saved on your device when you finish your browsing session. There are also numerous third-party applications, which you can add to your browser in order to block or manage cookies. You can also delete cookies, which were previously imported into your browser, by selecting the option to delete browsing history while selecting the option to delete cookies. You can find more detailed information on cookies and adjusting browser settings on the following website

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