How do cookies work?
Cookies usually contain some of your settings (such as your preferred language or address). Later, when you open the same web page again, your internet browser sends back cookies that belong to that page. In this way, the website is able to process and display information tailored to your needs and habits, or everything you first checked on the page.
Cookies can store a wide range of information, including personal information (such as your name or email address). However, such information can only be saved if you allow it. Websites cannot access information that you did not provide and are unable to access other files on your computer on their own.
Why are cookies useful?
On trusted websites, cookies can enhance your experience by allowing you to remember your wishes and needs and skip logging in with each visit. They make it easier for you to use the site, and the ads that are displayed to you are determined by your way of searching and using the site on a particular topic. Cookies also allow you to track website traffic, which allows businesses to sell advertising space.
The default cookie storage and sending activities are not directly visible. However, you are able to change your Internet browser settings by choosing whether to approve or reject individual requests to save cookies. You can also turn on the automatic deletion of all saved cookies when you close your Internet browser.
What are the types of cookies?
Temporary cookies or session cookies – are removed from your computer after you close your Internet browser. They use them to store temporary information, such as items in the shopping cart.
Persistent (saved) cookies – remain on your computer after you close your internet browser. They use websites to store information, such as a login name and / or password, so you don’t have to log in every time you visit a particular site.
First-party cookies – come from the website you are viewing, and can be permanent or temporary. With these cookies, websites can store data that they will use again the next time they visit that website.
Third- party cookies– come through advertisements and other websites (third parties), the code of which is usually referred to on the website you are viewing.
– To provide a better user experience
– To monitor and analyze the use and traffic to our websites
– To display ads
– For proper operation of the pages (in cases when it is necessary)
– Cookies help us with the above and we never store your personal information in them
Most websites use this or similar practice, and according to European Union regulations from 25.03.2011. we are obliged to ask for your consent before storing this information.
By using our website, you are deemed to agree to the storage of cookies. By disabling and / or blocking the storage of cookies, you can still browse our website, but there is a chance that some of their features / functionality will not be available to you.
Usage / attendance measurement and advertising
We use the Google Analytics system to measure traffic. If you want to turn off the storage of cookies, you can do so at the following link:
Google Analytics: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
In addition to the Google AdWords advertising system, cookies can be stored by other advertising systems through which our partners serve their ads, for example: OpenX Source, Gemius, Your Online Choices, Opt Out From Online Behavioral Advertising.
Find out more at the link: http://www.google.com/privacy_ads.html
How to disable / disable cookie storage?
By disabling / blocking cookies, you decide whether to allow cookies to be stored on your computer. You can edit the settings in your web browser, and learn how to do it in the browser you use at the following links.
Google Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95582
Mozilla Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/hr/kb/Brisanje%20kola%C4%8Di%C4%87a
Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/hr-hr/internet-explorer/delete-manage-cookies#…
Note: Blocking all cookies helps protect your privacy, but may limit your experience on some websites.