Information on Cookies

Dear Users!

Based on Section 89 of Act No. 127/2005 Coll., on Electronic Communications, we would like to inform you that our website uses so-called cookies, that is small text files that our website stores on your computer. Using cookies, the website records information about your visit, such as preferred language information and other settings. Your next visit to this site may be much easier.

We do not use cookies for advertising purposes, for obtaining any sensitive personal information or for identifying you as a specific person.

Below you can find what types of cookies we use on our website or how we and our partners (e.g. Google) use cookies. For more information about privacy policy, please visit the Personal Data Processing page.

If your browser uses setting: cookies enabled, we assume that you agree to the use of standard cookies within our website.

Why we use cookies?

1. For saving your settings
These cookies allow our site to remember information that affects the appearance or behavior of the site (for example, the preferred language).

2. For statistical purposes and site traffic measurements
Each time our site is visited, the analytics software saves anonymous cookies. They track how many users are visiting our site repeatedly. It is used for better understanding on how users behave, what they prefer and what they are interested in. For these purposes, we use i.a. Google Analytics. For details on this tool, visit their official website. We do not associate this information with any other data. We know, for example, that our site is repeatedly visited by a several thousand people a month. But we do not know who the user is.

Specific cookies you can find on our website and what we use them for:
_g * is used to map user activity on the web
_hjMinimizedPoll is used to remember preferences about the services we use to improve web and content orientation
PYPF is used to shorten the time required to sign up for a PayPal account
CraftSessionId serves as an anonymous end-of-site browsing ID
cookieconsent_status is used to remember if you have been given permission to store cookies in the popup panel
PREF, VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE, YSC to store user preferences for YouTube (Google)
test_cookie, IDE is used to map user interactions with ads and to select ads that are relevant to users

Cookies collected by third-party services:
EE, Ud, Udo, Io.narrative.guid.v2, Bkdc, Bku, Did, didts, nnls, pxrc, zync-uuid, sd-session-id, Tuuid are cookies for optimizing blog-
__utm * serves to map user activity on the site, resources, used search engine, and very rough geographic data from where the user came
__jid, disqus_unique, G_ENABLED_IDPS are used to remember the preferences regarding the use of the blog commenting service and the mapping of user activity related to this service

You can set up some types of cookies directly in your browser:
Standard web browsers (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.) support cookie management. Within browser settings, individual cookies can be manually deleted, blocked, or completely disabled, or blocked or allowed only for individual websites. Learn more in your computer's help.

Here are the options for setting cookies within the main browsers:
Internet Explorer:
Google Chrome:
Mozilla Firefox:

In case of any questions or comments you can contact us at the following e-mail address: