Cookie policy and setting

What are cookies?

In HTTP, cookies are small amounts of data sent by the WWW server to your browser, which will then store them in the user computer. At every subsequent visit to the website, the browser will send the data back to the server. Cookies are normally used to distinguish users, store user settings, etc., and simplify website use. They are stored on the client’s (user) computer as short text files. Cookies don’t present any danger to the computer as such. They do, however, play a role in protecting your privacy. The website you have visited can use cookies to store any information it has about the visitor, and can gradually find out more about their interests, but cookies can never be used to find out the visitors’ identities. The information from cookies can then be used even without the visitor’s knowledge to target advertisement, user behaviour statistics and the like. However, the same information can be gathered even without the use of cookies, so this use can’t be considered as particularly dangerous. From Wikipedia.

How do we use cookies?

Our own cookies
Are used for website functionality. This can include records of the last searched destination, so that the user doesn’t need to fill it in when they return.
Third Party Cookies
We also use different services provided by partners who also use cookies. These cookies are managed by third parties and we don’t have access to reading or writing this data.
These mainly include visit rate analysis and ad delivery systems.
Agreeing with Storing Cookies
Most browsers automatically accept cookies unless you have changed the settings. By using our websites, you agree with the storing of cookies. The user can limit or block the use of cookies in the settings of their browser. 

How to Check Cookie Settings in Different Browsers

Information about the settings in different browsers can be found at these links: