Cookies are tiny data files that are necessary for some website functions, such as signing in. Thanks to cookies, websites can remember various settings, such as language, font, and other options that you have chosen for displaying the website. That is why we save cookies on your computer. Most large websites and providers do the same.
Cookies can be divided into two basic types according to their lifetime.
Short-term (session cookies) – they remain in your browser until you close it, then they are deleted.
Long-term (persistent cookies) – they remain stored in your browser for a long time (depending on your browser settings and cookie settings) or until you delete them manually.
Processing of personal data
We use the following cookies:
YouTube (short -term and long-term) – these cookies are used by the YouTube video player. They are saved on your computer when you start the player. Google Analytics (long-term) – so that we can better adapt the website for you, we use Google Analytics to measure anonymous data about user behaviour.
AdWords (long-term) – cookies generated by the advertising system. With the help of these cookies, we can evaluate the effectiveness of our sales channels.
Sklik (long-term) – cookies generated by the advertising system. With the help of these cookies, we can evaluate the effectiveness of our sales channels.
Facebook (short-term and long-term) – cookies used by the Facebook social network widget, which is embedded on our website.
Twitter (long-term) – cookies used by the Twitter social network widget, which is embedded on our website.
MailChimp (short-term and long-term) – cookies generated by the Mailchimp app. These cookies allow us to evaluate the effectiveness of the advertising channels.
Use of Google Analytics
Google Analytics is enhanced with associated advertising features provided by Google, including:
Overview of displaying in the Google advertising network,
remarketing (showing ads in the content network based on products viewed),
advanced demographic overviews (reporting anonymous demographic data).
More information about the use and processing of data is contained in the terms and conditions of Google.