What are cookies?
Cookies are defined as computer data, usually text files, stored on terminal devices used for web browsing. Those files enable identification of users’ devices and displaying the Websites tailored to their individual preferences. Cookies usually contain the name of the website they come from, the time of their storage on the terminal device and a unique number.
What cookies are used for?
Cookies are used to adapt the web content to the user’s preferences and to optimise the use of the Websites. They also enable collecting website traffic statistics to help us understand how the Websites are used and improve their structure and content, excluding identification of particular users.
Do cookies contain personal data?
Personal data may be collected through cookies only for the purpose of enabling certain functions of the Websites for the user. Such data is encrypted to prevent unauthorised access.
Detailed information on managing cookies is available in your browser’s settings section.