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What are “cookies”?
Cookies are small text files that websites use to store information about a user and their preferences on computers. Cookies can enhance your browsing experience by remembering your preferences or making it easier for you to log in when you visit certain websites repeatedly. However, some cookies may pose a risk to your privacy by storing personal data on the websites you visit. You can delete cookies stored on your computer at any time. You can also change your privacy settings and block websites from storing cookies on your computer.
However, blocking cookies may cause some website services to not function properly. Blocking cookies will not give you anonymity or prevent websites from following your browsing habits. HTTP requests will continue to include information about where the user came from, the user’s IP address, browser version, operating system, and other information when communicating with websites.
Why do we use “cookies”?
“Cookies” are used for the following purposes:
1. Page Configuration – allows you to set properties and services on the page.
2. Authentication – Provides information that the user is online so that the website can display information and properties previously entered by the user.
3. Analyzes and studies of user behavior – allow insight into user preferences and through their analysis it is possible to improve and develop products and services. Information is collected anonymously, without personal data of individual users.
What “cookies” do we use?
We use several types of “cookies”, our own and external files obtained from partners we work with. The files used on our site can be divided into the following types:
1. Analytical files – analytical “cookies” that collect information about how a user uses a website, the type of website from which the visitor was redirected, the number of user visits and statistics of the website. These files do not record personal data, but are used to collect website statistics.
2. Dynamic “cookies” – “cookies” used to store session information. Session information files allow you to navigate a web page without the user having to enter the same information that has already been entered. When you close the browser, the files are deleted.
3. Permanent session files – remain on your device until you delete them.
How can I delete or block “cookies”?
In accordance with the relevant provisions of the amended Act No. 127/2005 Coll. on electronic communications with effect from 1 January 2012, the customer has the right to decide whether to allow “cookies” on their device through the settings of their browser. A customer who has not changed the settings of the software installed on his computer agrees to the storage of “cookies” on his device.