What are cookies?
Cookies are small data files downloaded to your hard drive when you visit a website or an application. They are mostly used to write down useful information about your activity or settings (pages visited, language selection, fonts, colors, light or dark mode, complex or simple display mode, etc.). There are session cookies (temporary), which are deleted after you shut down your browser, and persistent cookies, which remain written in your browser even after you turn it off.
What type of cookies do we use and how long do we store them?
We use session cookies (temporary) and tracking cookies (permanent). We store them for the above information. What is particularly important to you is that we cannot personally identify you through the cookies, because we use CDN access service to the site that anonymizes your IP address, so your visit is anonymous.
How to protect yourself additionally?
Every browser (Chrome, Brave, Edge, Safari, IE) has several options for deleting cookies. You can delete cookies completely from a specific page or automatically after each session. In addition, most modern browsers offer anonymous (incognito/private/safe) mode, which does not write down your activities and cookies.