Cookie policy

For your convenience, the site uses cookies to adapt the service to the needs of users, as well as for statistical purposes.

Cookie files (so-called cookies) are small text files sent by the visited website to the user's internet device (computer, smartphone, etc.). They do not contain any personal data.

The site uses two types of cookies:

Performance (collecting information on how visitors use the site, e.g. most visited pages or error messages, etc.),
functional (saving user settings, e.g. language, consents, etc.), such as: cookies - used for keeping statistics; The exact way Google Analytics operates and its privacy policy can be found at:
cookies - are used to determine how users use the site; the exact operation and privacy policy can be found at:,
session cookies - these are temporary information stored in the browser's memory until the end of the session, i.e. closing it.
Third-party websites may also use other cookies than those listed above, including in particular files that allow you to log in and provide ads that match your preferences and behaviors. These types of cookies are:

on - containing user preferences and the number of clicks; YouTube's privacy policy is described at:
on and - allowing you to log in, as well as cookies placed by advertisers to match the content and forms of advertising; Vimeo's cookie policy is available at
In most web browsers you can: delete cookie files from your computer's hard disk (from the browser settings), block all cookies sent or set a warning before saving them to disk.

It should be borne in mind that changing the settings of these files by limiting their use may affect some of the functionalities available on websites using them, e.g. by preventing logging in to an e-mail account. If you do not change these settings, you accept the use of cookies.

Below we show how to change cookie settings in the most popular search engines:

Google Chrome
Menu> Settings> Show advanced settings> Privacy> Content settings> Cookies - select the appropriate option.

Internet Explorer
Menu> Tools> Internet options> Privacy - select the appropriate option.

Mozilla Firefox
Menu> Options> Privacy> History - select the appropriate option.

Menu> Preferences> Advanced> Cookies - select the appropriate option.

Menu> Preferences> Privacy> Cookies - select the appropriate option.