Automatically recorded data, cookies and “remarketing codes”
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Automatically recorded data

When you open our website on a device (such as a laptop or desktop computer, a smart phone or a tablet) select data of that device will be automatically recorded. The data automatically recorded include the IP address of your device, the date and time of your visiting our website, the browser type and the domain name and address of your Internet provider. The recorded data will be automatically logged by the web server of the website, without requiring your consent or any dedicated activity on your part. The system uses the recorded data to automatically generate statistical data. These data cannot be associated with other personal data except where such an association is mandated by law. These data will exclusively be used in an aggregated and processed form, to correct errors and improve the quality of our services and for statistical purposes.

Purpose of data processing:

Technical development of the informatics system to monitor of the service and to generate statistical data. In case of fraudulent activities these data can also be used – in co-operation with the user’s Internet provider and the law enforcement authorities – to determine the source of such fraudulent activities.

Legal basis of data processing:

The requirement of the provision of the service as per 42/2018 Implementation Act of the General Data Protection Act.

Period of data processing: 30 days from your opening our website.


Cookies and similar technologies

What are cookies?

Cookies are small, text-based files which are stored on the hard disk drive of computers or smart devices until their validity end date set within the cookie file, and is activated (sending a notification to the web server of the website) every time the website is opened in a browser on the device. Websites use cookies for the purpose of recording information regarding the use of the website (pages visited, time spent on the pages, browsing information, logouts etc.) and personal settings – but these data cannot be associated with the visitor’s identity. Cookies allow the websites’ operators to maintain user-friendly sites and enhance the user experience their websites offers to their visitors.

On platforms where cookies are not available or cannot be used other technologies are applied to achieve goals similar to those of using cookies – examples include the ad-IDs used on Android-based mobile devices.

Cookies come in two types: “session cookies” and “persistent cookies”.

  •  “Session cookies” are only stored on the computer or smart device temporarily while the visitor is using the website; these cookies allow the system to “remember” certain information, so the visitor will not have to provide them every time they open the website. The validity period of session cookies is limited to the duration of the use of the website; the purpose of the use of session cookies is to prevent the loss of data (for example when filling in a longer form). At the end of each use of the website – each session – as well as when the browser is closed cookies of this type are automatically deleted.
  •  “Persistent cookies” will remain stored on the computer or smart device after the website is closed. Cookies of this kind are used to allow the website to identify returning visitors. Persistent cookies identify returning visitors by associating the server-side ID with the user, therefore they are an essential part of the functionality of websites which require the users to be authenticated.

The persistent cookies do not contain personal data, they can only be used for the unique identification of users by associating them with the proper item in the database stored on the web server of the website. The inherent risk of using persistent cookies is that they can only identify the web browser as opposed to the user themselves, so if a user uses a public access point – such as a computer in an Internet café or a public library – to log in to a web store and fails to log out of the store at the end of their session another person can have unauthenticated access to the web store, being falsely identified by the system as the original (and therefore authenticated) user.

How can I allow and disable cookies?

Most Internet browsers automatically allow cookies, but the users can delete or reject them. As every browser is different you can set your cookie preferences manually in the Settings section of your browser. If you do not want to allow any cookies of our website on your device you can modify your browser settings so you are notified of cookies sent to your device or you can simply reject all cookies. You can also delete the cookies stored on your computer or mobile device any time. For more information on modifying the browser settings please consult the Help function of your browser. Please note that if you choose to disable cookies you limit the functionality of the website.

What cookies do we use?

  1. Cookies essential for the operation of the website:

These cookies are essential for the proper functionality of the website.

  1. a) Fill-in guide

Purpose of data processing: To facilitate the filling-in forms by automatically providing the user with the data deemed correct by the system.

Period of data processing: the duration of the visit to the website.

  1. b) Search aid

Purpose of data processing: Aids search sessions to minimize search time.

Period of data processing: the duration of the visit to the website.

  1. c) Spell check

Purpose of data processing: Automatic notification regarding suspected typing errors.

Period of data processing: the duration of the visit to the website.

  1. d) Language setting identification

Purpose of data processing: The system uses the normal cookie to uniquely identify the visitor while they are using the website being able to “remember” the visitor’s language settings.
Period of data processing: This cookie is stored for 29 days.

  1. e) Social network cookie (FaceBook, Instagram, Google+, YouTube)

Purpose of data processing: This cookie allows the sharing of content of the website on social media.
Period of data processing: This cookie is stored for the duration of sharing the content.

f) Multimedia player (YouTube, Vimeo)

Purpose of data processing: This cookie allows the playing of videos on the website.
Period of data processing: This cookie is stored for the duration of playing the video.

2. Cookies to obtain statistical data

The sole function of these cookies is to obtain statistical data, which means they do not involve personal data. They monitor the visitor’s use of the website, which topics they prefer, what they click on, how they scroll on the website, what pages they visit. It is important to note that these cookies strictly obtain anonymous data. These cookies let us know, for example, how many visitors landed on our website per month. The obtained statistical data allow us to improve our website so they reflect the preferences of our users even more. Google Tag Manager (and Google Analytics) and Hotjar help us obtaining such statistical data.

  1. Marketing cookies

The purpose of using marketing cookies is to create and send personalised ads.
Legal basis of data processing: Using these cookies always require the recipient’s consent which the recipient may grant us in a pop-up window on the website. The user may withdraw their consent any time, however, the withdrawal of consent shall not affect the lawful processing based on consent before its withdrawal. Upon the withdrawal of consent the personalised ads created for the user will not be published on other sites.

  1. a) Categorisation based on the location of the visit Period of data processing: 269 days
  2. b) Personalised offers on FaceBook Period of data processing: a maximum of 180 days
  3. c) Monitoring clicks on Company ads Period of data processing: 2 years

If you wish to exercise any of your rights regarding the data recorded in the course of the above activities, or if you wish to contact us for any other reasons, please inform us by sending an e-mail to with indicative subject.

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