Cookie Policy

1. What are cookies?

Cookies are files that are placed on the user’s device used to access websites. Their purpose is to identify individual devices and settings users use when accessing a certain website. Cookies are used by most websites to provide a better user experience and monitor website traffic. The reason we use cookies on our website is the option to use them to assess the efficiency of the website design and the suitability of the content of subpages.

You can read more on the recommended and permitted use of cookies on websites in the guidelines of the Information Commissioner on the use of cookies at

2. Types of cookies we use

EuCookieLaw  Saves user’s preferences 1 year
Google Analytics Records differences between users and sessions 2 years
Facebook Records users 1 year

The cookies we use on our website do not collect any other personal data of users to which they did not consent and on the basis of which they could be identified. The cookies cannot harm the user’s computer, tablet or mobile phone.

3. Consent

Users decide on the use of cookies. By consenting (by clicking the I Agree button) a user agrees that the website uses cookies on their computer or mobile device until cancellation or deletion to which users are entitled. If a user disables cookies, certain subpages might not work properly.

4. Changing cookie settings

If a user wishes to change the way cookies are used, including blocking or deletion, they may do so by appropriately changing the settings in their browser. Most browsers enable users to accept or reject all cookies, accept only a certain type of cookies or merely note that the website will save cookies. The cookies saved by the browser may be deleted. The procedure for managing and deleting cookies differs between browsers. Users can get more information from the browser’s user assistance.

5. Publication of changes

All changes to the Cookie Policy will be published on this website.

Updated on: 13 November 2020