A cookie is a small text file that the internet browser stores on the user's device when he visits the site. Cookies are only saved from the sites you have visited. Cookies do not contain personal information and are harmless to website visitors: they do not damage the user's terminal device or files, and they cannot be used to spread malware. The user's personal data cannot be identified using cookies alone.
Cookies have a positive effect on e.g. user-friendliness, because with them the site you choose will open faster in the future, cf. first visit.
Cookies can be grouped into mandatory and so-called to functional cookies. The former contribute to the site's user experience and technical operation, and the latter relate to e.g. for product development, monitoring of visitor numbers, advertising targeting and reporting.
This site uses only one separately added functional cookie, Google Analytics, which can be turned off.
Strictly Necessary Cookies
Mandatory cookies cannot be blocked, as they deal with data security and enable smooth technical operation of the site.
For example, the social media share buttons offered on the site are an essential and self-evident part of the technical structure of today's modern site - therefore social media extensions cannot be separately activated or deactivated. If you want to use the sharing links in question, you automatically accept that the administrators of the social media services receive information about the event, which they can combine with other information they might have collected elsewhere.
Functional / 3rd Party Cookies
This site uses only one separately added functional / third party cookie, Google Analytics, which we use to track the number of visits to the website and monitor the general use of the site. The cookie can see the technical address (series of numbers) of the visitor's computer and the location where the user is located at a given time, but it cannot identify which person is using the computer, tablet or phone.
Without these the site might not function properly.