Acceptance of cookies

To improve your user experience,, hereinafter referred to as the website, uses cookies and other similar technologies in order, inter alia, to adapt the website to the needs of the users and for statistical purposes.

Cookies are small text files sent by websites visited by Internet users to their devices. Cookies are also used by the websites that we refer to while for example showing multimedia content. You can change your cookies settings in your web browser. If you do not change these settings, it means that you accept cookies used by this website. The website uses performance cookies, that is cookies used to collect information about how you use the website in order to improve its performance, and functionality cookies, that is cookies that allow the website to remember user settings (such as language and font size). The cookies include the following: cookies – statistics for the website cookies related to the “AddThis Social Bookmarking Widget” plug-in for easy social networking content sharing. The AddThis Privacy Policy is described here: (when the user selects the website to share the website content, cookies from that site will appear in the user’s web browser) session cookies (temporary cookies that are deleted after the session)

Additionally, the website uses the following cookies: cookies to mark that a questionnaire/survey has been completed (if such questionnaires/surveys are used by the website) cookies generated when switching to a different version of CMS, i.e. a mobile version and version for the visually impaired (wai) session cookies (temporary cookies that are deleted after the session) – used when the user logs in to the website cookies created when changing the page width (if such a functionality is enabled on the website) cookies to mark that privacy policy has been accepted Cookies may also be used by external websites whose content we present. These are cookies that allow logging in and make it possible to provide advertisements corresponding to the user’s preferences and browsing habits. These cookies include in particular the following: – cookies with user’s preferences and click counter (described in the privacy policy and – cookies that allow logging in and cookies placed by advertisers in order to display ads relevant to the user’s browsing habits (cookies policy is available at You can set the cookies protection level in each browser: You can set the cookies protection level in your browser. You can even block cookies whatsoever. This increases the level of security and data protection, but it may also prevent you from using some functionalities, such as logging in to your e-mail account.

How to change settings in the most popular web browsers
Google Chrome Click the menu (in the upper right corner), select Settings > Show advanced settings. In the “Privacy” section, click the Content settings button. In the “Cookies” section, you can change the following cookies settings: Delete cookies Block cookies by default Allow cookies by default Keep cookies and site data by default until you quit your browser Make exceptions for cookies from specific websites or domains
Internet Explorer 6.0 and 7.0 Browser menu (upper right corner): Tools > Internet options > Privacy, Sites button. Use the slider to set the level and click the OK button.
Mozilla Firefox Browser menu: Tools > Options > Privacy. Set Firefox will: to “Use custom settings for history.” Check mark Accept cookies from sites to enable cookies and uncheck it to disable them.
Opera Browser menu: Tools > Preferences > Advanced. Select Accept cookies to enable cookies and remove your selection to disable them. Safari In the drop-down
Safari menu, select Preferences and click Security. Select the security level in the “Accept cookies” section.