For this website to function properly, it sometimes writes small data files called cookies into your device. The same is true for most major websites.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that the website saves on your computer or mobile device when you visit it. Because of this, your website may for some time “remember” your actions and options (such as your registration name, language, font size, and other display options), and you do not need to re-enter it each time you visit or browse on various pages of the website.
What types of cookies are used?
Necessary Cookies – Cookies required for the proper functioning of the Website. They enable you to use certain features of the Website, for example, to securely log into Accounts created on the Website.
Analytical / Functional Cookies – with the help of these Cookies, data is collected about how many users use the Website, what content they choose to browse through, and other information necessary to improve the functionality of the Website.
Functional Cookies – Cookies used to identify the User revisiting the Website. They help personalize the content on the Website, save the settings you chose, etc.
Promotional / Third-Party Cookies – with the help of these Cookies, information on using the Website is tailored to the User’s interest in advertising or other targeted information.
“Google Analytics” cookies allow the Company to track website traffic and user behaviour on the website – the Company uses this data to analyse user behaviour and to improve the experience of visiting the website. As stated in the “Google Analytics” Terms of Service, Google will not associate the data subject’s IP address with any other data held by Google.
“Google AdWords” uses a website advertising analytics service and also uses conversion tracking as part of “Google AdWords”. Each time a visitor to your website clicks on an ad provided by Google, “Google AdWords” places a conversion tracking cookie on the visitor’s hard drive (known as the “conversion cookie”). “Google AdWords” provides non-indexable information about you and your browsing habits for remarketing purposes.
We use “Facebook Pixel” as an analytics tool to evaluate the effectiveness of advertising by understanding the actions you take on our website. It helps us monitor Facebook ads, optimize ads based on data collected, build targeted audiences for future ads, and remarketing to qualified potential customers – people who have already taken some action on our website.
Cookies are installed on your device when you visit our website. Please note that if you disable cookies in your browser, some features of the website may be partially or completely inactive.
The legal basis for using cookies is the Company’s legitimate interest in ensuring the technical functioning of the website. In cases where cookies are used to remember your choices and to compile statistics, the legal basis for using cookies is your consent.
Who has access to your data?
The Company’s employees have access to statistical data about the visitors of the Company, and are responsible for analysing such data and improving the website.
Similarly, access to technical records may be provided to the Company’s partners, which provide the Company with website content management tools or Company website hosting services as well as third-party providers Facebook and Google Ads.
For how long does the Company store the data?
The Company uses collected data for analysis for up to three years.
Cookies are usually valid for a short period depending on the type of cookie (one minute, day, week, or month), but in some cases it may take up to five years.
Your rights and how you can exercise them
By contacting the Company through e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or other specified Company contacts, you can exercise your rights, including those relating to the processing of personal data using cookies. You should submit the application together with a personal identification document or in accordance with the procedure laid down by law, by the electronic means of communication that allows the person to be identified correctly by confirming his/her identity.
- Get acquainted with your personal data;
- Request to correct your personal data;
- Request to delete your personal data;
- If applicable, cancel the consent to allow processing of your personal data;
- If applicable, the right to data portability.
In some cases, you may be entitled to request that we restrict the processing of your personal data or disagree with the processing of your personal data.
Upon your request, your personal data will be erased, the Company will only store copies of information that is necessary to protect the legitimate interests of third parties, to comply with obligations of state institutions, to settle disputes, to recognize interruptions.
How to manage cookies?
You can delete all cookies that are already installed on your device; in addition to that, you can prevent the installation of cookies in most browsers. However, if you do this, you may need to manually enter your desired settings each time you visit the website. In addition, some services and features may not work. You can manage and / or erase them as you wish at any time. In most browsers, you can set cookies to not be installed.
To opt out of Google Analytics cookies, download and install the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on.
Cookie management in your browser
In most browsers you can:
- Check which cookies are saved and delete individual cookies;
- Block third-party cookies;
- Block cookies from specific websites;
- Block the download of all cookies;
- Delete all cookies upon closing of the browser.
If you have chosen to delete cookies, remember that all the settings you have set are also deleted. In addition, having completely blocked cookies, many websites (including our website) will not function properly or you will not be able to navigate the website at all. For these reasons, we do not recommend disabling cookies when using our website.
The “Do Not Track” option
The “Do Not Track” technology allows visitors to prevent them from being tracked by websites for any purpose, including for analysis, advertising and social platform applications. How to turn on the “Do Not Track” option in your browser:
Right to file a complaint
If you believe that your privacy rights have been violated, you can contact the Company by e-mail at email@example.com. You can also file a complaint with the data protection supervisory authority or to the court.