The Company complies with the requirements of Article 7.1 of the Law on Information Society Services.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that a web browser (such as Firefox, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Safari, Opera, etc.) stores on the user’s device (computer, mobile phone, tablet) when the user visits a website in order to identify the browser or the information or settings stored in the browser. Cookies enable the website to store the user’s individual settings, recognise them and respond accordingly. A cookie stored on a user’s device allows the website to recognise the user’s activities on the website. This may be necessary for different purposes.
– User authentication – cookies to recognise the user and to make the use of the website more secure;
– maintenance of the website session;
– provision and maintenance of services – cookies that functionally support the provision of services by the Company;
– website security and service integrity – cookies that help to improve the services provided by the Company and strengthen the security of the website;
– usage statistics and analysis – cookies that provide information on how and how often the Company’s websites are used, which user groups are used and which search tools are used. Cookie statistics may also be obtained from partner websites;
– offering services and analysing your needs – cookies to ensure that the most relevant offers are made to you. Third party cookie information may be used on the Company’s websites. The most relevant offers may also be displayed to the user on the Internet resources of partners.
Depending on the functions performed and the purpose of use, the Company uses the following cookies.
- Functional cookies: these cookies are used to store your preferences while you use our website, thereby personalising your visit. For example, functional cookies are used to remember your preferred language setting or login details.
- Analytical cookies: these cookies collect information about how you use the website, identifying the most frequently visited sections, including the content you select when browsing the website. The information is used for analytical purposes in aggregate form to find out what is of interest to users of the website and to improve the functionality of the website, to make it more user-friendly if you have given your consent to this.
- Marketing and targeting cookies: these cookies are used to serve ads that are relevant to your website usage habits. Cookies used by our content and/or advertising service providers may collect information obtained from our website together with other information. The term “other information” means information collected by advertising service providers themselves about your website usage habits on other websites. If you choose to delete or disable targeting or marketing cookies, you will still be shown advertisements, but they may not be personalized to your habits.
About Google Analytics
We cooperate with Google Analytics services by exchanging search related information available on the web, this service requires saving the cookies on your device.
Cookies save information that you visited our website, when it happened, remembers the IP address, which parts of the website you visited. This information is sent to Google Inc. (Ireland) which holds it on Google servers for 60 days (European Union and U.S.). Before exchanging the data with Google, IP addresses are made anonymous by replacing actual IP address with a user specific code which is genuine for every single user.
Google will use this information for the purpose of evaluating your use of the website, compiling reports on website activity for website operators and providing other services relating to website activity and internet usage. Google will under no circumstances associate the IP address received here with any other information held by Google. Google may, where necessary, provide this information to third parties where required to do so by law or where such third parties process the data on Google’s behalf.
Google from their side confirms data processing regulations, including transference to third parties, according to European Union and U.S. requirements of normative acts. At the same time Google ensures no usage of the data for Google services itself.
You can prevent transference of cookies to Google by using a plugin “Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on”.
For more information on how Google processes your personal data, please visit: https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=en#about.
How to control cookies?
Practically all web browsers hold the option to:
- Review saved cookies and delete them;
- Deny creation of cookies for a third party;
- Deny creation of cookies for marketing sites;
- Deny any creation of cookies;
- Delete all cookies once closing the web browser.
You have the right to object to the processing of statistical data at any time by manually disabling the use of the cookie processing functionality in your browser. You can change or delete the cookie settings in your browser settings. Most browsers (Firefox, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Safari, Opera, etc.) allow you to manage cookies through your browser settings. For example, you can set your browser to block the placement of cookies, delete existing cookies or alert you when new cookies are placed.
By clicking on the “Help” menu of the browser you are using, you can find instructions on how to prevent your device from placing cookies, as well as how to view the cookies already stored and delete them if you wish. You should make the appropriate settings for each browser that you actively use.
Below are links to information resources on cookie management for the most widely used browsers:
- Google Chrome
- Microsoft Edge
More information on how to control cookies according to your device’s browser can be found at: www.aboutcookies.org.
If you have any queries or suggestions, please contact us by e-mail: email@example.com.