Effective from 14 February 2022.
2. What is a cookie?
When the data subject visits the Website, a small data file called a "cookie" (hereinafter referred to as a "cookie" or "cookie") is placed on his IT device (e.g. computer, laptop, tablet, mobile phone, hereinafter referred to as "device").
3. General information about cookies
Some cookies are essential for the proper functioning of the website, without their application the smooth use of the website cannot be ensured, others collect information about the use of the website in order to make the website even more convenient and useful.
Some cookies are temporary and disappear by closing the browser session, but there are also some that remain on the device for a long time. Persistent cookies are those that, unlike session cookies, are permanently stored on the data subject's computer, so they are not automatically deleted when you close the browser. Cookies can also be used to collect anonymised statistical data (not related to an identified person), which allows the data controller to get an idea of the browsing habits and user experiences of visitors to its website.
The controller may use its own cookies on the website; determines their purpose and function on their own and is not influenced by a third party. The controller may also allow third-party service providers to place their own cookies on the website. For example, data analytics service providers are third parties who help the controller understand what content the user is watching for, what services/functions they use, what interests them, etc. Knowing this data, the controller can plan the directions, content, etc. of the development of its website and/or services.
Different browsers allow you to change the setting of cookies, which the data subject can do on his own device at any time. More information about cookie settings for your browser is available on the following pages:
- Google Chrome:
- Mozilla Firefox:
- Opera (in English):
- Internet Explorer:
- Safari (Mac):
- Safari (iPhone):
4. Information on cookies used by the Controller
4.1. Google reCAPTCHA service
The Data Controller uses Google's reCAPTCHA service on the Website in order to allow data entry only to natural person users on the registration forms, i.e. to prevent the unsolicited messaging data entry by bots. The reCAPTCHA cookie is considered a third-party cookie, as it is installed on the user's machine not by the Controller, but by Google as a data analysis service provider.
4.2. Display embedded YouTube videos on the Website
To display YouTube videos on the Website, YouTube's service provider, Google, installs the following cookies on the user's computer. Some of YouTube's cookies are considered session cookies, others are permanent cookies, depending on whether they are deleted from the browser at the end of the session, and they are considered third-party cookies, as they are installed on the user's computer not during the data controller's service, but also in the service of Google as a data analysis service provider.