Cookies are not new in computing. All website visitors already have many cookies from various websites stored on their devices: laptops, computers, tablets, mobile phones and smartphones. The only new thing is that with the new legislation (EU’s ePrivacy Directive) there are changes regarding notification, that is, visitors’ consent to their use.

What are cookies?

They are small text files that most websites store in the devices that users use to access the Internet in order to identify the individual devices that users used to access the Internet. Their storage is under the full control of the user’s browser – the user can limit or disable the storage of cookies as desired.

Why are cookies necessary?

They are fundamental to providing user-friendly online services. The interaction between the online user and the website is faster and easier with the help of cookies. With their help, the website remembers the individual’s preferences and experiences, thus saving time and making website browsing more efficient and friendly.

Overview of the cookies we use on the pages:

AuthorNameValidityPurpose of use
MicrosoftASP.NET_SessionIduntil session expiresStores settings (session data) for the purpose of using software technology
Google_gaautomaticallyFor the purpose of using Google services
GoogleAW-10955533010 automaticallyFor the purpose of using Google services
NatureForceCookieNotice1 yearStore information or display a cookie notice

All data in the cookies we use are completely anonymous and non-personal.

How to change cookie settings in a web browser?

By clicking on the links below, you can read how to block all or only certain cookies via your web browser.