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Managing cookies

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Use of Google Analytics

This site also uses Google Analytics by Google, Inc. (hereinafter referred to as “Google”). Google Analytics uses cookies to evaluate the use of the site and report site activity to its operators as well as to provide additional services related to the activities on the site. Google may also provide this information to third parties, if required by law, or such third parties that will process this information for Google.

Google Analytics is enhanced by Google’s related advertising features through:

  • display reports on the Google Display Network,
  • remarketing (to display network content based on viewed products),
  • expanded demographics reports (reporting anonymous demographic data such as gender and age).


How to disable Google Analytics tracking

To block sending anonymous statistics to Google Analytics, you can use the plugin provided by Google. Download and install this plugin to your browser.