A cookie is an information file stored in the visitor's browser. The file contains only anonymous information, no name, email address or any other personal information is stored in it.

The website uses cookies to

  1. Using sessions to identify the user on the website and to be able to keep certain pages of the website closed to external users.
  2. Save certain information about the user to facilitate, among other things, logging in from the same computer.
  3. Save information on whether or not the user has previously been exposed to certain information on the website.

If you do not want to store cookies on your computer, you can switch off this function in your browser settings. Then cookies will not be saved. However, this means that some functionality of the website will be limited, e.g. "automatic login" will not work without cookies.

Session files

Session files are stored in the web server and are mainly used by the web server software to personalise the content of web pages. For example, to tell you that you are logged in, how many visitors there are at the moment, what date and time it is or personalised messages. This server saves the session files for a limited time, which is a maximum of 60 minutes after the last visit. The session files are also critical to the functioning of the service, e.g. they are used to prevent the server from being overloaded by a single user.