1) WHAT ARE COOKIES?
Cookies are small data files, which are essential for some website functions, e.g. logging in. Through cookies, websites can remember a set-up, e.g. language, font and other possibilities, which you have decided to view the website with. That is the reason why we place cookies on your computer. The majority of large Internet websites and providers do the same.
Based on their use-life, cookies may be divided into two basic groups.
Session cookies – stay in your browser until the computer is shut down. Then they are erased.
Persistent cookies – stay in your browser for a long time (depending on your browser set-up and cookie set-up) or until they are erased manually.
3) ON OUR WEBSITE WE USE THESE COOKIES:
YouTube (both short- and long-term) – video player YouTube uses these. They are placed on your computer when you start the video player.
Google Analytics (long-term) – to enhance the performance of the website to best suit you, the Google Analytics tool is employed to measure anonymous data about the users’ behaviour
We never apply cookies to identify you. Furthermore, we never place sensitive or personal information into cookies.
4) HOW TO ADJUST THE USAGE OF COOKIES
All cookies which are already saved on your computer may be deleted. The majority of providers also offer the possibility to block placing cookies on your computer, in which case, however, you will not be able to enjoy all the online services we provide. Detailed information about the set-up for cookies saved in your provider can be found on the website of the given provider. For the most widely-used providers it is:
- Internet Explorer
Details to be found on the website: AboutCookies.org.
5) EMPLOYMENT OF GOOGLE ANALYTICS
This website employs Google Analytics, provided by Google, Inc. (hereinafter "Google"). Google Analytics uses cookie files. The data regarding the website usage along with the cookie file content will be transferred and saved on the servers in the USA by Google. Google will work with this information to evaluate the website usage and to prepare reports about its activity, which is intended for its operator, and to provide other services regarding activities on the website and the usage of the Internet in general. Google may also provide third parties with this information provided it is required by law or these third parties with actually deal the information on behalf of Google.
To protect your privacy we have adjusted the service of Google Analytics so it will not store your IP address.
Google Analytics is extended by associated advertising functions provided by Google, namely:
Overviews of displays in the advertising net of Google,
Remarketing (display of advertising in the content net based on already viewed products)
Extended demographic overviews (anonymous demographic data reporting).
Further information on data processing and its usage is to be found in the contractual conditions of Google.
6 HOW TO DISABLE GOOGLE ANALYTICS TRACKING
If you wish to block the sending of anonymous statistics via Google Analytics, you may use the plugin provided by Google. This plugin, however, has to be downloaded and installed into your provider first.