This policy applies to the website system cookies listed in the footer of this document.
2. What are cookies?
Cookies are small files that contain small sets of code. A cookie is a means of information exchange between the web server and the user's browser. These data files cannot be run by themselves, do not contain malicious programs, and do not have access to the user's data storage devices.
3. What can cookies be used for?
With the help of information sent by cookies, internet browsers can be recognized more easily, so that users can receive relevant and personalized content. Cookies make browsing more convenient, including online data security needs and relevant advertising.
With the help of cookies, we can create anonymous statistics about the habits of the site's visitors. With their help, the editors of the page can customize the appearance and content of the page more effectively.
4. What cookies do we use?
This system uses the following cookies:
- Temporary cookies that remain on the visitor's device until they leave the website.
- Persistent cookies that, depending on the web browser settings, are stored on the device until they are deleted by the user.
- Third-party cookies , which can be placed in the browser by third parties closely cooperating with the website.
- Session cookies, which are essential for website navigation and the functioning of website functions.
Analytical or performance monitoring cookies:
These help us distinguish website visitors from each other and collect data about how visitors behave on the website.
Their role is to improve the user experience. They detect and store the device with which the user opened the website. These can be functions used for automatic login, the selected language, form data, or user changes made in other customizable elements of the website.
Targeted or advertising cookies:
With their help, the website can provide information that best suits the user's interests. These cookies can collect detailed information about your browsing habits.
5. Do cookies contain personal data?
Most cookies usually do not contain personal information and cannot be used to identify the user. However, the information collected may contain personally identifiable information that the user has shared.
6. Factors related to data security
The devices used to browse the Internet and the web servers communicate continuously, so if an attacker interferes in the process, he can extract the information stored by the cookies. One of the reasons for this could be, for example, the user-side, improperly encrypted Internet setting.
7. Managing and deleting cookies
Browsers can allow the placement of cookies by default. Cookies can be deleted in the program used, and individual settings can be customized.
8. Errors resulting from the rejection of cookies
It may happen that a user refuses to allow cookies, which may even result in the system reacting in an unusual way. As a result, data loss or other functional errors may occur. The operator is not responsible for customer damages resulting from a rejected or abnormally set cookie management policy.
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