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What are cookies used for?
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What kind of cookies do we use?
The website uses the following files:
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Third-party cookies – they allow, among other things, to define the user’s preferences and thus display relevant advertisements to him on the websites of external partners. They are also used to measure traffic on a given website.
How to block cookies?
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