What are cookies
How cookies are categorized
Cookies can be categorized according to who puts them on the web, i.e.:
- First-party cookies - Their validity is limited to the website domain you are browsing. These cookies are considered the safest.
- Third-party cookies - These are placed from a different domain via a script. Users can thus be tracked across domains. They are often used to evaluate the effectiveness of advertising channels.
Depending on their duration, cookies can be divided into:
- Session cookies - These are deleted from your computer when you close the browser.
- Persistent cookies - These remain intact after closing the browser, and they are only deleted after a very long time (depending on your browser and cookie settings). You can also remove them manually.
We use the following cookies on our website:
- Technical - First-party, session-based cookies. These ensure the basic functionalities of the website, i.e. login, use of services, etc.
- Google Analytics – First-party, session-based cookies. These are used to generate anonymous statistics about website use.
- Hotjar – First-party, session-based and persistent cookies. We use the Hotjar tool to analyze visitation and to improve the manageability of the website.
We never place sensitive or personal data in cookies.
You can delete the cookies in your browser - usually under the “History” of visited websites.
Browsers allow you to block the placement of cookies on your computer. However, the functionality of webpages will be limited if you do so. Information about configuring the storage options of cookies in your browser is available on the website of the given browser provider:
More information about cookies and their use is available at AboutCookies.org.
This website uses Google Analytics
The Google Analytics service is extended by related advertising functions provided by Google, namely:
- Display overviews in the Google advertising network,
- Remarketing (display of advertisements in the content network based on products viewed),
- Extended demographic overviews (reporting of anonymous demographic data).
More information about data processing and its use is available in the contractual terms and conditions of Google.
How to ban Google Analytics tracking
If you do not want to provide anonymous data about website use to Google Analytics, you can use the plug-in provided by Google. After installing and activating it in your browser, the data will not be sent.