Cookies Policy

In accordance with the law, the website uses cookies.

A cookie is a small amount of text data stored on a user’s computer when viewing a website. Within every subsequent visit, the file which contains, for example, the user account information, is then sent back to the server. Cookies are commonly used to detect unique users, collect information about them, and make browsing and providing the content easier.

Cookies Usage Policy

The portal uses cookies exclusively for technical purposes. Under no circumstances may these files be used to identify the specific visitors.

Some sections of the website, which you visit, may store other cookies due to the fact that the server also features the third-party content and elements (YouTube videos, Facebook elements, etc.).

By using the website, the user agrees with storing cookies.

The user may restrict or limit cookies files in the settings of their browser.


Cookies Types

There are two types of cookies: temporary cookies stored on your computer just until the session ends, and permanent cookies stored on your computer until they are deleted.


Temporary cookies

Allow you to store information when navigating from one website to another, eliminating the need to re-enter some of the data you have already entered.


Permanent cookies

Help identify your computer if you visit any website again (but they do not allow your personal identification). Owing to this identification, you can customize your site views as you have previously defined.


How do I Check my Cookies Settings?

Here is how to check the cookies settings in individual browsers:


Google Chrome

  1. Start Chrome on your computer.
  2. At the top right, click on the Settings option icon [Další] [a poté] .
  3. At the bottom, click on the Advanced Settings.
  4. In the Privacy and Security section, click on the Content Settings.
  5. Click on Cookies.
  6. The following options will be available:
  • Enable cookies: Activate the button next to Blocked option.
  • Disable cookies: Deactivate the button next to the option Allow website to store and read cookies data.


Internet Explorer

  1. Click on the settings wheel at the top right of the browser and then click on the “Internet Options”.
  2. Switch to the “Personal Information” tab.
  3. Move the slider in the “Settings” box completely up until the security level “Block all cookies” is displayed.


Mozilla Firefox

  1. Click on the orange “Firefox” inscription in the top left corner.
  2. In the context menu, select “Options” and then “Options” again.
  3. Switch to the “Privacy” tab.
  4. In the “History” box, select the “Apply custom settings for history”.
  5. ​In the roll-down menu, uncheck the “Allow servers to set cookies” option.


In Brno 25. 5. 2018


Project co-funded by European Union funds (ERDF, IPA, ENI).