What are cookies for?

All website visitors have cookies from various websites stored on their computers, tablets and mobile phones when they visit. What is new is that the new legislation (ZEKom-1) changes the method of informing or consenting visitors to their use. Cookies are small, harmless text files that most websites store on devices that allow users to access to be able to identify individual devices that users have used to access them. Their storage is under the full control of the user's browser - it can restrict or disable the storage of cookies if desired. Cookies are crucial to providing user-friendly online services. The interaction between the web user and the website is faster and easier with the help of cookies. With their help, the website remembers the individual's preferences and experiences, thus saving time and making browsing the websites more efficient and user-friendly. Cookies can also be used for user tracking and advertising purposes, which the legislator wants to prevent with the amendment to the ZEKom-1 Act.

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Disabling cookies

Users can decide for themselves whether to allow the use of cookies. You can control and change cookie settings in your web browser. Information on cookie settings (for various web browsers) is available at the following links:

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