What are cookies?

Cookies are short text files that are created by a web server and stored on your computer. The computer is then identified when it returns to the server. Usually, cookies are used to record user preferences (for example, the language chosen on a page) or a status (whether you are logged in, what items are in your cart, etc.).

What types of cookies do we use?

We use cookies to ensure our website is user friendly and to learn more about you and the things you like. Third-party cookies are often used for this purpose. Thus, we can customize our offer to your needs and will not address you with offers you are not interested in. Some cookies may collect personal data.

For what purposes do we collect cookies?

You may raise an objection through setting your browser as described below. If an objection is raised, we cannot guarantee the correct functionality of the website.

You may withdraw the consent to the processing of cookies at any time or you may grant the consent again through setting your browser as described below.

What types of cookies do we use?

Google Analytics (_ga, _gid, _gat), tracking, 2 years, 24 hours, 1 minute, yes

Who sees the cookies?

The above recipients process your personal data only for the specified purposes and upon our instructions, in accordance with the relevant measures to ensure the confidentiality and security of your personal data.

Personal data are transferred outside the European Union with sufficient safeguards – Google and Facebook are certified under the Privacy Shield framework.

Contact to data protection officer

If you wish to obtain detailed information about our processing of your personal data or if you wish to exercise your rights, please approach the data protection officer at:

How to exercise the right to erasure and to object through the browser setting?

Restriction of cookies may result in the reduced quality of the website's functionality.

Changing the settings in Internet Explorer
Changing the settings in Firefox
Changing the settings in Chrome
Changing the settings in Safari
Changing the settings in Edge
Changing the settings in Opera

Google also offers behavioural ad management on your account on the website of Network Advertising Initiative