Do you eat them?
No. Cookies are small pieces of information (text files) sent by www servers, usually recorded on a user’s end device (e.g. hard disc). They contain data on a user’s activity on the Internet.
Why we use them?
Mainly to adapt the content of a website being browsed to individual user preferences to optimise the browsing activity. In other words, to speed up the loading of the website and make it more user friendly. In addition, cookies help to adapt advertising content and create anonymous statistics, excluding personal identification of the user.
Types of cookies
We use two types of cookies:
Personal data gathered using cookies are encrypted and cannot be accessed by unauthorised persons. They can be collected solely for the provision of specific functions for the user’s benefit.
To block cookies (fully or in part), you need to change the default settings of your browser by disabling the automatic support for cookies. However, this may put a considerable limitation on your website functionality. It will also make it impossible for us to gather anonymous information on the use of our services needed to improve the services. Information on handling cookies is available from the software (browser) settings.