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1. Cookie files (cookies) are short infos in the form of short text files sent by the server and saved on the Website visitor’s side (e.g. on the computer or laptop hard disk or the smartphone memory card, depending on what device the Website visitor uses). Details of the cookies and the history of how they were created can be found e.g. here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_cookie.
2. The Administrator may process the data contained in cookie files when users visit the Website for the following purposes:
a. To identify Users as logged into the Website and show that they are logged in;
b. To customize the Website content to reflect the User’s personal preferences (e.g. a preferred language) and streamline the use of the Website’s pages;
c. To maintain anonymous statistics of how the Website is used;
d. To use remarketing, i.e. to review the behavioral features of the Website’s users by anonymously analyzing what they do (np. recurrent visits to specific pages, keywords, etc.) to create their profiles and provide them with customized advertisements even if they visit other websites covered by Google Inc. display network.
3. As a rule, most commercially available web browsers accept saving cookies by default. Everyone can decide how he or she is going to use cookie files by making appropriate settings in his or her browser. This means that it is possible e.g. to partially limit (e.g. to certain times) or completely disable cookie saving; in the last event, this might affect some of the Website’s functionalities.
4. The cookie settings of the web browser are crucial to whether or not consent has been given for our Website to use cookie files; under the regulations, such consent can be given by making the relevant settings in the web browser. If such consent is refused, the cookie settings of the web browser have to be changed accordingly.
5. Details of how the cookie settings can be changed and how cookies can be removed from the most popular web browsers are available from the Help section of the relevant web browser and on the following pages (the only thing you need to do is to click the relevant link below):
a. for Chrome
b. for Firefox
d. for Opera
e. for Safari
6. On the Website, the Administrator may use Google Analytics or Universal Analytics provided by Google Inc. (1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA). These services help the Administrator analyze the traffic on the Website. The so gathered data is processed as part of the said services on an anonymous basis (it is the so-called operational data, which is not enough to identify a person) to generate statistics that help administer the Website. Such data is collective and anonymous, i.e. it is free of any features (such as personal details) that could be used to identify Website visitors. When using the services described above for its Website, the Administrator gathers data such as the sources and media from and by which Website visitors have been attracted, as well as how such visitors behave on the Website, what equipment and which web browsers they use to visit the Website, what is their IP address and domain, their geographical and demographic data (age, gender), and hobbies.
7. It is possible to easily disable the disclosure of information on what you do on the Website to Google Analytics; for this purpose, you should install a browser add-on available from Google Inc. on: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en.
8. On its Website, the Administrator may use the Pixel services provided by Facebook Ireland Limited (4 Grand Canal Square, Grand Canal Harbour, Dublin 2, Ireland) and Twitter Inc, with its registered office in the U.S.A. (San Francisco, California), respectively. The services help the Administrator measure the efficacy of advertisements and learn what visitors do on the Website, as well as display personalized advertisements. Details of how Facebook Pixel works like can be found on: https://www.facebook.com/business/help/742478679120153?helpref=page_content , and how Twitter Pixel works like here: https://twitter.com/piksel.
9. How Facebook and Twitter Pixel services work like can be adjusted by making the relevant advertisement settings on your Facebook.com and Twitter.com profiles.
The Website may contain references to other websites. Whenever you visit other websites, the Administrator recommends making yourself familiar with the relevant cookies policies there. This Cookies Policy applies only to the Administrator’s Website.
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