What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files, that are copied and saved to your computer or mobile device when you visit a given web-site. They allow the site to memorize your actions and preferences (such as user name, language, font size, and other settings for the display) for a certain period of time, so you don't have to select them each time you visit the site or you switch from one page to another. 

How cookies are used?

  • User identification – if you choose so, the site can remember your account and you will not have to enter the user name and password each time you visit the site.
  • Analytics cookies - These cookies collect information on the movements of users on the site and how they reach the individual pages. This is in order to collect information about general visits to certain pages, which shows us what is the most often viewed and read information. Typically, this functionality is provided by third parties through their services. You may opt out of the collection of such information here:
  • Social media cookies - Services provided by third parties such as: sharing content in social media/networking, video watching and others, often use cookies. You can read the privacy policy and how they use cookies on the sites of the relevant service providers below:

- Facebook:

- Twitter:

- Google:

- You Tube:

- Linked In:

How to manage cookies?

You can manage and/or delete cookies depending on your preferences – for more information check You can delete any cookies that are already stored on your computer and you can set most browsers not to allow saving of new ones. Note that if you do this you may need to manually select some settings every time you visit a given site, and that some services and features may not work.