Last updated on: 2021.06.01
1. What is a cookie?
Cookies are small text files stored in the browser of your device (e.g. computer, mobile phone, tablet) when you are browsing websites. Other technologies, including the data stored in your browser or device, the identifiers relating to your device and other software, are used for similar purposes. Cookies are widely used to enable website performance or to make their performance better and more efficient. All the above-referred technologies are referred to as “cookies” in this Policy.
- to keep improving the website so that it is more attractive for you;
- to monitor and analyse the trends of visits on our website;
- to analyse how consumers use our website;
- to ensure proper functioning of the website and its functions;
- to make marketing more effective;
- to show YouTube videos on our website;
- to remember your choice of the website language;
- to inform about the cookies on our website in a proper manner.
3. What are the types of cookies?
(a) Strictly necessary cookies
These cookies are necessary on the website for the user to be able to browse and use the website functions, e.g., memorise the information entered in the forms when the user moves from one page to another during a browsing session. Without strictly necessary cookies, certain services of the website would be impossible and the website would not function as smoothly as it should. Such cookies do not collect any information for marketing purposes and do not record your visits online.
(b) Analytical cookies
Analytical cookies collect information about the website use and help improve its functioning. For example, analytical cookies can show which pages are visited most often, help register the failures taking place on the website or show whether the advertising shown on the website is effective. Analytical cookies do not collect personal information of visitors and the whole information collected by such cookies is aggregated and anonymous.
(c) Functional cookies
Functional cookies allow the website to memorise your choices and offer improved functions more adapted to your needs. Functional cookies also memorise the changes you make, e.g., individual setting on a specific web page, as well as in other cases, e.g. when you watch a video or leave a comment on our website. Functional cookies do not track your actions on other websites.
(d) Advertising cookies
Advertising cookies enable the presentation of more interesting ads to better meet your interests or the restriction of ads in the same line-up of ads on the website you visit. This type of cookies is also used for assessing the effectiveness of a campaign. Such cookies can be used in order to remember what you did on the website.
4. What cookies do we use?
|COOKIE CATEGORY||COOKIE NAME||COOKIE VALIDITY TIME||COOKIE PURPOSE|
|Analytical cookies||_ga||2 years||First-party Google cookies used to collect information about the website visits and how our visitors use the website. Cookies collect information, such as the number of website visitors, information about the website where the visitors came from, the pages visited on the website, the browser used for browsing, operational system, etc.|
|public_lang||181 days||For memorising the website language used|
|Advertising cookies||dpr||7 days||Third-party Facebook cookie to retain information about a logged in Facebook user in order to offer ads and update the content. The cookie content is approved through the terms and conditions for the use of Facebook.|
|fr||90 days||Third-party Facebook cookie for the presentation of ads, measuring of advertising conversions and for improvement of ad relevance.|
|IDE||390 days||Third-party DoubleClick cookie for the presentation of Google ads on the websites other than Google. Targeted advertisements are shown according to the previous visits on the website. These cookies also measure advertising conversions.|
|test_cookie||Several seconds||Third-party DoubleClick cookie for identifying whether the browser the visitor is using supports cookies.|
|1P_JAR||30 days||These cookies are saved through uploaded YouTube videos. They register anonymous statistical data, for example, how many times the video is played and what settings are used for reproduction. No sensitive data are collected and, if you are not logged into the Google account, your actions are linked with your Google account, for example, if you click “like” on the video.|
|YSC||Until the end of the browsing session|
|_fbp||6 months||First-party Facebook cookie used for the presentation of our advertisements on Facebook.|
5. How can I control cookies?
Please note that the erasure of cookies or disabling of cookies for future use can make certain parts or functions of our website unavailable. If you change cookie settings, that will also have an effect on other websites you visit.