What are cookies?
Cookies are pieces of information saved to your computer, mobile phone or tablet, which can be sent directly by the website you visit (first-party cookies) or in partnership with and for the purpose of third-party websites (third-party cookies). In general, cookies save data about your settings, website settings, etc. After you revisit the website, your browser sends back the cookies belonging to the website. This allows the website to present the information customised to your needs. Cookies can include a wide range of information, including some personal information. Such information can only be saved if you allow it. The website does not have access to information which you have not already provided, and it cannot access any other file on your computer.
Which cookies do we use?
Some of the cookies that we use are necessary for the proper operation of the website, i.e., for seamless use of the website and access to content that is available only to users signed into NIAS:
The website also uses functionality cookies, which are used in order to remember your information on certain settings and selections made during the use of the website. This information is completely anonymous:
The website also uses analytics cookies, namely Google Analytics cookies, which help analyse information on visitors. Google LLC is the provider of this service.
The information which Google Analytics cookies generate regarding your use of this website, including the IP address which you used for accessing the website, is transferred to the Google LLC server and stored there. This information will be used for analysing the manner of use of this website and for generating reports on website activities for website administrators.
If you wish to disable saving of cookies on your computer, you can do so. The blocking of cookies might have a negative impact on the use of the website. In order to disable cookies, you have to change the settings and configure your browser. Select help and information on cookies in your browser and follow the instructions.
Detailed information on each individual cookie, including the duration of the cookie, can be found in cookie settings in the browser.
You can block the cookies, after which you will be able to continue browsing the website, but some of its options will no longer be available. Disabling the cookies can have a negative impact on the presented content, and we hereby disclaim any responsibility for any potential negative impact.
What are session cookies?
Session cookies or non-persistent cookies are removed from the computer after the browser is closed. Websites use them to store temporary data.
What are persistent cookies?
Persistent cookies remain on the computer even after the browser is closed. Websites use them to store data such as username and password, so that you do not have to sign in at each visit to a particular website.