Cookies we use:

Strictly necessary cookies (4)

Strictly necessary cookies allow the website to function technically properly. They are used for basic functions, such as page navigation, access to safe areas of a website, etc.

Name Domain Purpose Expiration Type
moove_gdpr_popup Save the state of the user’s consent to use the current domain cookies. 1 year HTTP cookie
PHPSESSID Maintains the state of the user session between the page requests. Session HTTP cookie
wordfence_verifiedHuman Unclassified. Session HTTP cookie
wfvt_# Save the data used when the comment is entered in a blog post. The purpose is to automatically fill in the form fields for subsequent comments in order to save time for the user. Session HTTP cookie

Analytical and advertising cookies (5)

Analytical cookies help to understand how visitors use the site by gathering and reporting information anonymously.
Advertising cookies are used to track users through web pages. The purpose is to show ads that are appropriate and interesting for each user and advertising on other websites.

Name Domain Purpose Expiration Type
_ga It registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistics about how a visitor uses the site. 2 years HTTP cookie
_gat Google Analytics uses it to determine the speed of requests. Session HTTP cookie
_gid It registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistics about how a visitor uses the site. Session HTTP cookie
ads/ga-audiences It is used by Google AdWords to reintegrate visitors who are likely to be converted into customers based on visitor web site behavior. Session Pixel tracker
collect It is used to send data to Google Analytics to visitors to the device and behavior. Visitor footage via devices and commercial channels. Session Pixel tracker
fr It is used by Facebook to provide a series of ad products, such as real-time bidding from third-party advertisers. 3 months HTTP cookie

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that most websites store on devices that users access to the Internet in order to identify the individual devices that users used in accessing. Their storage is under the complete control of the user’s browser – this can be used to restrict or disable cookie storage.

What cookies do?

The use of online cookies is customary and desirable in online production. It provides a higher level of services, such as storing a registration certificate, using the website, preventing excessive display of advertisements and the like. Without the use of cookies, it would not be possible to measure website visits. Cookies are essential for providing user-friendly online services. The interaction between the web user and the site is quicker and easier with them. With their help, the site remembers the individual’s preferences and experience, which saves time and makes browsing more efficient and friendly.

Some specific examples of using cookies:

For a better user experience of the website, we customize visitors to view content according to past visits, to save choices in creating a shortlist and bid and comparing them, on parts of sites where registration is required, we keep you logged in, to identify your device (computer, tablet, mobile) that allows you to adjust the display of content to your device, to monitor the visit, which allows you to check the performance of your content display and ad relevance, and constantly improve your website, necessary for the operation of certain services (eg online banks, online shops and other forms of e-commerce …).

How to manage cookies?

The user at any time maintains full control over cookies, as they can be deleted, restricted or completely disabled at any time. Instructions on how to do this vary from device to device and are available on the home page of an individual software manufacturer. So, you decide to allow the storage of cookies on your device. You can control and change your settings in your web browser.