We use "cookies" (hereinafter "cookies") on our website. These are files that store information in your web browser. This requires your consent.
“Cookies” are defined in Act C of 2003 on Electronic Communications, Act CVIII of 2001 on Certain Issues in Electronic Commerce Services and Information Society Services. and in accordance with European Union regulations.
Websites operating within the countries of the European Union must use the user's consent to use "cookies" and store them on the user's computer or other device.
- Rules for the use of "cookies"
This policy applies to "cookies" on the domain name website.
- What are "cookies"?
“Cookies” are small files that contain letters and numbers. A "cookie" is a means of exchanging information between a web server and a user's browser. These data files are not executable, do not contain spyware and viruses, and do not allow access to users' hard disk contents.
- What can "cookies" be used for?
The information sent by “cookies” makes it easier for Internet browsers to recognize, giving users relevant and “personalized” content. Cookies make browsing more convenient, including online data security needs and relevant advertisements. “Cookies” also allow website operators to compile anonymous statistics about the habits of page visitors. Using these, page editors can further customize the look and content of the page.
- What kind of "cookies" can you encounter?
Websites may use the following "cookies":
- - Temporary "cookies" that remain on your device until you leave a website.
- - Persistent "cookies" that, depending on the settings of your web browser, remain on your device for a longer period of time or until you delete them.
- - Third-party "cookies" placed by third parties in your browser (e.g. Google Analytics). These are placed in your browser if the website you are visiting uses services provided by third parties.
Essential session "cookies":
Their use is essential for navigating the website, for the functions of the website to work. Without their acceptance, the website or parts thereof may not or may not be displayed correctly.
Analytical or performance monitoring "cookies":
These help to differentiate website visitors and collect data about how visitors behave on the website. For example, we use these “cookies” to ensure that the website remembers the login in the cases you request. They do not collect information that can identify you, the data is aggregated and stored anonymously. (pl: Google Analytics)
The purpose of these cookies is to improve the user experience. For example, they detect and store the means by which you opened the website or the information you previously provided and requested to be stored: such as auto-login, language of choice, text changes, font size, or other customizable elements of the website. . These “cookies” do not track your activity on other websites. However, the information they collect may contain personally identifiable information that you have shared.
Targeted or advertising "cookies":
These allow websites to provide the information (marketing) that best suits your interests. This requires your explicit consent. These cookies collect detailed information about your browsing habits.
- Do "cookies" contain personal information?
Most “cookies” do not contain personal information and cannot be used to identify users. The stored data is necessary for more convenient browsing, it is stored in such a way that it cannot be accessed by an unauthorized person.
- Why are "cookies" important on the Internet?
The role of "cookies" is to make browsing more convenient for users, as it sets advertisements and content for users through their browsing history. Disabling or restricting “cookies” will make some websites unusable. However, disabled or restricted "cookies" do not mean that users will not be shown ads, only the ads and content that are displayed will not be "personalized", ie they will not be tailored to the user's needs and interests.
- Security and data security factors.
"Cookies" are not viruses and spyware. Because they are plain text files, they cannot be run, so they cannot be considered programs. However, they may hide information in a “cookie” with a different intent (malicious) so that it can act as spyware. Because of this, anti-virus and anti-virus programs can constantly delete "cookies".
Because the device used to browse the Internet and web servers communicate continuously, so the data is sent back and forth, so if an attacker (hacker) intervenes in the process, it can extract the information stored by the “cookies”. One reason for this might be an incorrectly encrypted Internet (WiFi) setting. Exploiting this loophole can extract data from “cookies”.
- Manage and delete "cookies"
"Cookies" can be deleted or disabled in the browsers you use. Browsers allow you to place "cookies" by default. You can disable this in your browser settings and delete existing ones. However, you can also set the browser to notify the user when it sends a "cookie" to the device. It is important to emphasize, however, that disabling or restricting these files will degrade your browsing experience, as well as error in the functionality of the website.