1. Cookie Notice
1.1. About Cookies
Websites use a variety of smart and useful tools to make sure each user finds them interesting and easy to browse. Cookies are among some of the most popular tools and are used by website owners and third parties, e.g. advertising companies that display ads on the websites you visit. Cookies are small text files that the websites download and store in the computers of the users. The information contained in cookies can also be used to track your browsing on different websites that use the same type of cookie. Cookies are categorized according to their lifetime and the one who creates them. We believe you need to be informed about the cookies used on our website and the functions they carry out. We have several goals for doing so: we seek to ensure your privacy as best as possible, to make your experience with us comfortable and to also safeguard our website financing options. This Cookie Notice provides detailed information on the cookies used on our website and their functions.
Cookies of different types are used for different purposes.
Below you will find a list of the most common types of cookies and their description.
Session cookies are stored in the memory of your computer temporarily while you are browsing the website for the purpose of, for example, tracking which language you have selected. Session cookies are not stored at your computer for long and are always deleted when you close your browser.
First-party cookies store a long-term file in your computer and have an expiration date. These cookies help the website to remember your information and settings when you revisit them in the future. This results in quicker and more productive access to websites as you no longer need to sign in repeatedly. When it expires, the cookie is automatically deleted upon your return to the website that created it.
These cookies are created and can be read only by the website (the same party as the browser address bar). The secure cookies are sued to store such information as your settings so that they can be recalled when you revisit the website.
These cookies are determined by parties other than the one indicated in your browser address bar, i.e. not the website owners. Third-party cookies can be used to collect information for advertising or user content purposes and also to gather statistical website information. As they allow for a more detailed analysis of the browsing habits of users, third-party cookies are considered less secure and, thus, the majority of browsers have the option of changing cookie settings and refusing to accept third-party cookies.
|PHPSESSID||Session identification cookie.||1 session|
|cookieconsent_status||Choice||Saving the selection confirmed by the cookie||1 year|
|SID, SAPISID, APISID, SSID, HSID, NID, PREF||Various unique variables, apart PREF, which stores your choices, e.g.: zoom level.||Google creates cookies on any page that uses Google maps. We have no way of controlling Google cookies used to collect information about the behavior of Google maps users.||The majority of cookies are valid for 10 years after visiting a web page containing Google maps.|
|__utmt_UA-XXX, _gat_UA||Google Analytics: the cookie is required to connect to the Google Analytics account.||6 months|
|__utmz||Date of the first visit, date of the last visit, quantity.||Google Analytics: the number of website hits by the user since the creation of the cookie is tracked.||6 months|
|__utma||Google Analytics: stores information about where the user has been redirected from, which search engine was used, which link was clicked, which keywords was used.||2 years|
|__utmb, __utmc||Google Analytics: stores information on how long the website visit lasted. __utmb – log in, __utmc – log out.||__utmb – 30 minutes, __utmc – 1 session.|
|_ga||Short randomly generated ID||Google Analytics: differentiates between users||2 years|
|_dc_gtm_UA-XXXXXXXX-X||Number||Google Analytics integrated with Google Tag manager and Doubleclick campaign. The cookie is needed for Google Analytics operation.||1 day|
|_gid, UULE||Short randomly generated ID||Google Analytics: differentiates between users||1 day|
|_gat||Number||Google Analytics: used to increase the inquiry speed||1 minute|
|1P_JAR||Short randomly generated ID||These cookies are used to collect statistical data and to track conversions.||1 week|
|SIDCC||Security cookie helping to protect user information from unauthorized access.||1 day|
|IDE, test_cookie||These cookies are classified as third-party cookies (DoubleClick) and are used to screen website ads that are of most interest to you.||2 years|
5.1. Viewing Cookies
Cookies are regular text files and can be viewed using the majority of text editors or word processors. Click on the cookie to open it. Below your will find a list of links with instructions how to view cookies on different browsers. If you are using a different browser, please refer to the browser cookie information. If you are using a smart phone, you can find detailed information in the user manual of your phone.
„Internet Explorer 8–11“
5.2. Turning Cookies On or Off and their Deletion
Because of how the internet and websites work, it is possible what we do not always know exactly what kind of cookies third parties place on our website. This occurs for example when there are embedded elements in our web pages, like texts, documents, visuals or video’s saved by third parties but shown in or via our website. Should you encounter cookies on this website which fall in this category and which we have not mentioned above, then please let us know. You can also directly contact the third party and ask which cookie they are placing, what the reason is for placing it, what the lifespan of the cookie is and how they have safeguarded your privacy.