“Cookies” Policy

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This is our “Cookie” Policy. It is an inseparable part of our General Terms of use. We use “cookies” and other similar tools on our website for enhancing its performance.

“Cookies” are little text files that are created, accessed, readm modified and/or deleted on the hard drive of your devices. That happens through some of the following means: 1) from Internet server via Internet web page, in the context of HTTP/HTTPS GET/POST requests, and 2) from programme code added on a certain web page (such as JavaScript). Those files represent a part of the administrator’s possibilities to collect, keep and access users’ data. By using the term “cookies” we refer to all files and available technologies, which collect information this way.

What types of “cookies” we use

Type 1 Functional
Category Domain Name Type Purpose Retention More
necessary gdprgo.info HTTP

Type 2 Statistics
Category Domain Name Type Purpose Retention More
Third party

(Google Analytics)
_ga HTTP Registers User with unique ID for generating data on website usage. 2 y

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Maintains website request throttle. session
_gid HTTP Registers User with unique ID in order to differentiate them. session

collect Pixel Registers User with unique ID for generating data on their behaviour within the website. session
Type 5 Unclassified
Domain Name Type Purpose Retention
google.com 1P_JAR HTTP (pending) persistent
APISID HTTP (pending) persistent
CONSENT HTTP (pending) persistent
HSID HTTP (pending) persistent
NID HTTP (pending) persistent
OTZ HTTP (pending) persistent
S HTTP (pending) persistent

SAPISID HTTP (pending) persistent
SID HTTP (pending) persistent
SIDCC HTTP (pending) persistent
SSID HTTP (pending) persistent

In order to learn more about “Cookies” and how they work visit http://www.allaboutcookies.org/ You can manage cookies on your browser through its settings:

Internet Explorer Firefox
Chrome Safari & iOS

Deleting “cookies” might damage website access or lower quality of services, for which we deny any responsibility.

Published 17.12.2018
Amended n/a
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