What are cookies?
To improve our websites performance, it is sometimes necessary to place small data files, known as cookies, on your device.
Cookies are small text files that websites store on your computer or mobile device when you start using them. For example, pages will remember your preferences and the actions you’ve done (such as logins, language, font size, and other display preferences) so you do not need to re-enter the data.
Data provided by the operator may be made available to other processors, especially Google and Facebook service providers.
You grant the consent for the duration specified below for each cookie. You agree to collect cookie data for marketing purposes at any time by changing your browser settings.
Collected cookies are processed primarily through Google Analytics, operated by Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA.
Cookies & Personal Information
Cookies are considered personal. Therefore, please note that under the Personal Data Protection Act you have the right:
- ask us for information about the processing of your personal information
- request an explanation regarding our processing of personal information
- request us access to these data and let them update or repair
- request us to delete this personal information – the company will erase it if it does not violate the applicable laws and legitimate interests of the company
- If you are in doubt about compliance with personal data processing, please contact us or the Personal Data Protection Authority.
Types of cookies
Cookies for basic site features
These cookies are required for basic page features. These include cookies that let you remember when you browse a page within one session or, if you ask, between sessions. They allow you to use a shopping cart and ordering system when available on the web, and also help with security and compliance.
Cookies to Improve and Speed Up Web Features
These cookies help us improve site features by tracking the use of this website. In some cases, cookies speed up your request handling and allow us to remember your preferences on the page.
Social media and ads
With social media cookies, you can connect to your social networks and share social content through our social media website. Third-party cookie ads collect information to better tailor your ads to your interests, both on and off these sites. In some cases, these cookies process your personal information.
What cookies do we use?
|Obtaining statistical information
|Identification within Google’s advertising network, retargeting
|Identification within Facebook’s advertising network, retargeting