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According to § 89 of Act No. 127/2005 Coll., On electronic communications, as amended, we inform you that our services may require for their proper operation so-called cookies, which are the data sets that our servers store in your browser to store information about your settings within the Alphabet magazine. Without these cookies, our services will not work properly and will not be able to “remember” any of your settings and preferences, such as favorite articles, and so on. For this purpose, cookies are used around the globe, and virtually all web pages are used today.
None of our cookies used on our site collects any information that would contain your personal identification information.

Advertising cookies
Through our Web sites, cookies of other entities as well as those of the advertising system operators on our site may be stored on your computer. If you do not want to store these cookies, you can block their use at this address

Cookie Usage Policy
We do not use cookies for any other than purely technical purposes, we do not associate the data obtained with them with any other data and we run cookies in such a way that they do not allow us to identify specific individuals.

Types of cookies
There are two types of cookies – temporary cookies that are stored on your computer just until you close your browser and permanent cookies that stay on your computer for longer. Temporary cookies allow you to store information when navigating from one website to another, eliminating the need to re-enter some data.

Permanent cookies help us identify your computer if you visit our website again, but do not allow us to identify you personally. Another advantage of permanent cookies is that they allow us to customize our site to your interests and prevent the same ad from appearing again. However, in this case, we can not personally identify you personally and save the data in an anonymous way and do not associate them with any other data.

Setting up cookies
Standard web browsers (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.) support cookie management. Within browser settings, you can manually delete, block, or completely disable each cookie, block it, or allow it for individual websites only. Please use your browser’s help for more detailed information. If your browser uses cookies, we will assume that you agree to the use of standard cookies by our servers.

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