Cookie policy

  1. What are cookies?

When a visitor visits the website located at WEBSITE, a small file, a so-called cookie (hereinafter “cookie”) is placed on his/her computer, which file may serve several purposes.

Some of the “cookies” we use are necessary for the adequate functioning of the website (“session cookies”), while others collect information regarding the use of the website (statistics) to make the website more accessible and useful. Some “cookies” are temporary and will be removed by closing the browser, while others are permanent that stay on your computer for a longer period.

  1. Purpose of “Cookies”

By tracking the settings and patterns of use followed by the visitor, “cookies” make navigation and thereby the use of the website easier, improve user experience by collecting information on how the visitor uses the website, which subpages are visited or used most by the visitor. This way we can provide an improved user experience when you return to our website.

Collecting statistics, which allow us to understand how visitors use our website and the other online services and thereby improve our services, improvement of the website and making it transparent in line with visitor’s expectations potentially placing targeted advertisements so that we provide relevant offers to the visitor.

  1. Types of “cookies”

3.1. “session cookies”

“Session cookies” are necessary for browsing and using the basic functions of the website, including allowing remembering the operations performed by the visitor on a certain page, function or service. Adequate functioning of our website may not be guaranteed without the use of “session cookies”. Session cookies are valid only for the duration of a visit to our website, the “cookies” are automatically deleted at the end of the session or when the browser is closed.

Adequate functioning of sessions is ensured in accordance with applicable law.

3.2. “statistics cookies”

We aim to upload content preferred by the visitors to our website; in order to achieve this, we need to prepare statistics about the usage patterns of visitors to our website.

3.3. “marketing cookies”

The purpose of using “marketing cookies” is to select and post on our website the advertisements that are the most interesting or relevant to our visitors. These cookies also allow us to the measure the efficiency of our marketing campaigns.”marketing cookies”

3.4. Other miscellaneous cookies 

3.5. additional information about Google Analytics cookies

Google Analytics uses “cookies”, i.e., text files save on your computer to allow analysis of the use of the website. The information generated by the cookies about your use of the website is typically sent to, and stored on, the servers of Google located in the USA. However, if you activate the anonymisation of the IP address on the website, Google will abbreviate your IP address in a EU member state or in another state outside of the European Economic Area that is a party to the treaty before transferring it to the USA. Complete IP addresses are only transferred to, and stored on, Google’s servers in the USA as an exception. Google uses these information on behalf of the operator of the website in order to prepare analyses about the use of the website, draft reports on the activities conducted on the website and provide additional services to the operator of the website in relation to the use of the website and of the internet. IP addresses transferred by our website via Google Analytics are not united or combined with other data available to Google.

By setting your browser accordingly, you may block cookies from your device. Please be informed that in such a case you may not be able to use the full functionality of the website.

You may also block the recording of, and transferring to Google, data regarding the use of the website (including IP addresses) by the cookies as well as the processing of such data by Google by downloading and installing the following plug-in to your browser:

You may block the collection of data by Google Analytics on Google’s website.

This activates an opt-out cookie that will block future collection of your data when you visit our website. For additional information on the terms of service and on the processing of personal data, please visit any of the following websites:

  1. Checking “Cookie Settings”, blocking “cookies”

The latest browsers allow you to modify “cookie settings”. Some browsers’ default settings automatically accept “cookies”, however, these settings may be modified in order to prevent automatic acceptance in the future. If settings are modified, subsequently the browser will offer the choice of “choosing cookies settings” in each case.

The Data Controller does not store any identifier or password regardless of whether “cookies” are accepted. The visitor may use the services with complete security also following the acceptance of the “cookies”.

Clients are informed that as “cookies” serve to support and facilitate the user friendliness of the website and its processes, if “cookies” are blocked, we cannot guarantee that the visitor will be able to continue using the website with full functionality. In such a case the website may not function as designed in your browser.

  1. Other Details of the Cookie Settings of the Following Browsers

Google Chrome

FirefoxMicrosoft Internet Explorer 11

Microsoft Internet Explorer 10

Microsoft Internet Explorer 9

Microsoft Internet Explorer 8

Mozilla Firefox


Legal Basis of Data Processing

the consent of the visitors in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR, Regulation (EU) 2016/679) and Act CXII of 2011 on Informational Self-determination and Freedom of Information (hereinafter the “Infotv”), and Act CVIII of 2001 on Certain Aspects of Online Commercial Services and the Services Related to the Information Society (Elkertv.) the permission granted by Section 13/A of Act CVIII of 2001 on Certain Aspects of Online Commercial Services and the Services Related to the Information Society (hereinafter “Elkertv”), which provides that the natural identifier data of visitors (name, birth name, mother’s maiden name, place and date of birth and address) may be processed without consent for the purpose of entering into, agreeing to the terms, amendment, monitoring the performance of, invoicing fees arising out of a services agreement related to the information society and enforcing claims arising out of such agreement, and the natural identifier data of visitors, address, as well as data identifying the time, duration and location of the provision of services may be processed without consent for the purpose of invoicing fees relating to services regarding information society.