What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that a website stores on its visitor’s computer hard drive.
Cookies send information to a website that can be used to identify the visitor’s computer settings and preferences. Cookies are widely used to ensure that websites work more efficiently and to obtain information about visitors’ preferences. Cookies are used for different purposes and they have different valid dates.
There are two types of cookies. Permanent cookies record information on the visitor’s computer hard drive for a period of time. When visiting the website several times the user’s web browser reads the permanent cookies information from the device and sends that information back to the website or the element which installed the cookie. Session cookies are saved to the visitor’s computer temporarily while they use the website.
Cookies allow us to make the website more efficient and deliver a better web browsing experience to the visitor.
Thanks to cookies, our web servers recognize your devices and can automatically adjust the content of the website to suit your settings and needs. Cookies also provide us with user statistics that allow us to measure and evaluate the performance of the website. We use the information obtained to improve the usability and content of the website.
Session cookies must be enabled for you to use the website and will be deleted immediately after closing the web browser.
What cookies do we use?
Necessary cookies help make a website usable by enabling basic functions like page navigation and access to secure areas of the website. The website cannot function properly without these cookies.
Functional cookies allow a website to remember choices you have made in the past, like what language you prefer, what region you are in, or what your user name and password are for automatic login.
Statistical cookies are used to count the visits and sources of traffic to our website, give us the opportunity to measure and improve our website’s performance. These help us to understand which pages are visited the most and to see, how users are moving on our sites. If you refuse those cookies, your visit isn’t included to our statistics. Statistical cookies provide us with information that help us improve customer experience.
Marketing cookies are used in order to understand your content preferences in our website, to give you the most relevant information about our products and services, improve our targeted marketing and improve your user experience on our website. These cookies might be used for our ad campaigns on third party websites. In such cases we are able to get information on our reliable partners’ websites where you encountered our ad content. If you refuse those cookies, then ads displayed for you are more general and aren’t displaying you topics which you might be interested in.
Data gathered by cookies:
- Device’s or network address (IP-address)
- Device’s or network’s service provider’s name and address
- Visit time (time, date, year)
- Data about previous website visit
- Data about website being visited
- Data about website visit duration
- Data about used web browser and device’s operational system
- Technical data (e.g. data about used plugins (Flash, Java, etc.))
- Customer authorization data
How to disable cookies in different browsers?
If you want to limit (disallow) saving of cookies on your end devices or delete the saved cookies it can be performed by using the Web browser settings, but it could affect website functionalities.
Instructions for different browsers:
Internet Explorer (Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7)
You can read more about this on the website http://www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/.
Modification or revocation of cookie consent
You can change which cookies you allow us to use at any time. Cookies necessary for the operation of the site cannot be removed.
To change Cookie preferences please click on the following icon on the web page .
Changes in information
You can also familiarize yourself with Processing of personal data at Omniva.