Privacy policy

What is a cookie and what is it for?
Cookies are small files which are stored on a users computer. The cookie in itself does not include or store information. Usually, it includes the servers name, a certain random value and the lifetime. The ccokie can only be used by the server that sent it. The interaction between the web user and the website is quicker and simplified by the use of cookies.
There are many reasons for the use of cookies: their ability to store information about the status of each site (language choice, number of displayed results, font size, etc.), help with online services (registration, video viewing, etc.), and collecting information about the habits of online users (number of visits, interesting content, etc.), which helps us improve your user experience and evaluate the effectiveness of your blog design.
No cookies that we use on a blog do not collect information that could personally identify you.
In order to be fully discovered, we have prepared a list of all the cookies we use and the reasons for this.
What cookies do we use within this blog?
Indispensable cookies
Cookies that help us to properly display the content and enable the essential elements of the website to function. These cookies are active only during the session.
Google Analytics
Google Analytics is a web analytics service. It provides us with information about user behavior on a blog and helps us to create a better user experience, display relevant content, etc. We can not personally identify you when reading this information.
The lifespan of these cookies is up to two years.
List of cookies:
PHPSESSID – session duration
_icl_current_language – duration 1 day, saves information about the language you selected
wpml_referer_url – duration 1 day, saves the last requested user page
_ga – duration 2 years, used to distinguish between users
_gat_UA – session duration
_gid – duration 1 day, is used to distinguish between users
How can you manage or delete cookies?
We will not use cookies to collect your personally identifiable information; however, if you wish, you can also change cookie settings in the browser on your computer or mobile device.
Most browsers allow you to accept or reject all cookies, accept or reject only certain types of cookies, or set a warning that the page wants to store a cookie on your device. You can also delete cookies that your browser has already saved on your device.
We warn you that if you turn off cookies, all the functionality of the web pages may not work equally effectively, a warning about the use of cookies will appear every time you visit, and in the long run this will have a negative impact on your user experience.
How do we handle your personal information that you enter into a blog form?
We use the information you enter in the form on the blog exclusively to hand over your message or comment. We carefully protect your information and do not pass it on to third parties or use it for any other purpose.

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