The term “cookie” refers to cookie files and other similar tools, the use of which is legally regulated by Directive 2002/58 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 July 2002 on privacy and electronic communications, as amended, and Act No 127/2005 Coll., On electronic communications, as amended. A cookie is a small file that contains information recorded and stored on a computer, tablet or smartphone that is used to access websites. Cookies usually contain the name of the page where they come from, the duration of their storage on the device and their specific number. Cookies are used for the following purposes:
Setting up the website according to the user’s preferences and optimizing the use of the website
Personalization of the displayed content for the given user of the service
Statistical purposes that explain how Internet services are used by users, which will then make it possible to improve their organization and content
Maintain a user session (after logging in), which allows you to work around the need to log in again on each subpage of the service
Optimization of advertising and marketing offers for a specific website user
Types of cookies There are three main types of cookies: “relational cookies”, “persistent cookies” and “third party cookies”.Relational cookies are temporary files stored on a user’s computer, tablet or smartphone until the user logs out of the given website, leaves them or closes the web browser. They are used to offer services that require verification within a given website.Persistent cookies are stored on a computer, tablet or smartphone for the period defined in the parameters of these cookies or until the user deletes them himself. They are used to remember the settings the user has chosen and to personalize the site’s user experience.Third-party cookies enable the collection of information on how individual websites are used and for the offer of specific advertising content, which will be adapted to the interests of users.
Cookies Vs. personal data
Online applications and forms
The website offers various options for contacting the operator. In addition to contact forms, job or collaboration application forms, information forms, newsletter subscriptions, etc. are also used. In order to use these forms, it is usually necessary to provide your operator with your personal data. The data you provide in the online form is collected, processed and used exclusively within and for the purposes of processing your request and only with your express consent.