We reserve the right to use cookies on the website.

What are cookies? Cookies are a set of data that serve as your anonymous individual identifier, in a way that the individual page of the website you are visiting sends it to your browser.

Cookies are small text files made up of a series of characters stored on your computer by the Internet pages you have visited.

Cookies allow the page to display information tailored to your needs. They usually save your settings (session token) and settings for Internet pages. After you revisit the same page, the Internet browser sends back the cookies that belong to it.

Cookies also allow us to track visits and traffic on our Internet pages (using Google Analytics and similar tools). All information that cookies collect in this way is accumulated and anonymous and is not shared with any other entities,

All this information can only be saved if you allow it - Internet pages cannot access information that you have not given them and cannot access other files on your computer.

Purpose of cookies.

When you access a particular page, we send you cookies that are stored on your computer and are used to record information about your previous visits (e.g. how many times you accessed pages). This means that with each subsequent access to, we will look for your cookie to read the data stored in it. The cookie does not contain your personal information, but enables faster and more efficient activation of information, data and settings that you have already previously communicated when accessing and using,
Our cookies on your computer cannot be accessed by a website that is not part of the website.

How to disable cookies?

Cookie settings are related to your Internet browser. The use of cookies is your choice, and you can always delete cookies and thus disable your recognition on the Internet. You can set most browsers not to store cookies.

If you want to delete cookies, please see the instructions of your Internet browser provider by clicking on "Help" in the menu of the same browser.

More information

You can read more about cookies at: HTTP Cookies, and more about the law that regulates their use at the level of the European Union read at the link: EU Cookie Law. Navedeni linkovi su na engleskom jeziku.

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