Cookies are text files that are stored on your device (such as your computer). They are stored by your web browser as you visit individual websites. Then websites can download the contents of a saved file. This allows them to know which websites you visited earlier, whether you used a specific form, or whether you are logged in. Some cookies are necessary for the website to function properly and others are optional for marketing purposes, for example.
Cookies can be broken down by their importance:
Session Cookies - are valid for the duration of the visit (session) and a moment after leaving the website. They help in keeping the website up and running.
Permanent cookies - valid for up to a few months. They are used for marketing purposes, to remember site configuration, or to log in.
Types of Cookies
Functional - without them, the site will not operate properly. These cookies remember the information or options you have entered (such as your username, features you select, or page layout) so that you can have more fun and help you save time when serving the web.
Analytics - allow you to track your site's traffic and use various features. We use these cookies to collect and process statistics mainly.
Tracking and marketing - help to tailor adverts and offers, and make it possible to reach with advertising other websites in the advertising space.
Third Party Cookies - these cookies are managed by third parties and we do not have access to them (e.g. for advertising or analysis purposes).
Analytics service providers:
For more information on how Google, HubSpot, Microsoft and Facebook use your data, please visit:
Third party plug-ins:
Our service also uses third-party plug-ins on Google. Third parties may be able to link your activity on our site to your activity on other sites where our adverts are posted.
Your web browser usually gives you information about how you can decline, delete, or block cookies.
Below you will find links that guide you to relevant information from some of the most popular browsers:
• Google Chrome
• Internet Explorer
• Mozilla Firefox
You can opt out of third-party cookies used in Google Analytics by changing add settings or by using the tool provided here: https://adssettings.google.com.
You can opt out of cookies that track your interests and ads placed by commercial content providers by using the following websites managed by the Digital Advertising Alliance: