Cookies are useful, among others:
We use first-party as well as third-party cookies (e.g. social networks).
The cookies we use are long-term (so-called persistent cookies) that remain stored even after you close your browser (during the period specified for the respective cookie below).
The cookies we use can also be divided into:
Both types of cookies are placed on our website, and for non-essential cookies, we require your consent to their use, which you can withdraw at any time, not only by clicking on the withdrawal of consent, but also, for example, by setting your Internet browser to disable the storage of cookies (instructions can be found on the support page of the respective Internet browser). You can also disable the use of essential cookies, either specifically for this website or for all websites, in the settings of your Internet browser (instructions can be found on the support page of the respective Internet browser). However, after deactivating essential cookies, it may no longer be possible to use all functions of the website, or the website may not work properly.
In the following section, we provide you with more information about individual cookies:
|Further explanation and description of function/purpose
|Anonymized cookie designed to improve the customer's user experience within PrestaShop CMS (content management system).
|Analytical cookies to link visits from advertising sources to further customer interactions on the website for better and more accurate evaluation of campaigns.
|Google Analytics cookie for storing and tracking visits.
|Google Analytics sets this cookie to calculate visitor, session and campaign data and track page usage for an analytical report on the site. The cookie stores information anonymously and assigns a randomly generated number to recognize unique visitors.
|Facebook sets this cookie to display remarketing ads for the website in question on Facebook or other Meta platforms after visiting the website.
We use the services of Google Ireland Limited, located at Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland ("Google"), namely Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager/ Google Ads. Google cookies make it possible to analyze the use of our website as well as to generate site usage statistics. Information about your use of this website obtained through cookies is usually transmitted to a Google server and stored there. Only in exceptional cases is the full IP address transmitted to a Google server. More information on how data is processed for these purposes can be found here: https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=sk.
Up to the moment of data transfer to Facebook, we consider ourselves to be joint controllers with Facebook, as we have allowed Facebook to place a plug-in on our website that allows automatic collection and transmission of data from our website to Facebook, in accordance with the terms and conditions that you can find here:
After such a data transfer, Facebook becomes the person responsible for the further processing of this data.
As much as we care that you can connect with us and share website content with you, we have created fan pages, user accounts (profiles) or channels on these other social networks:
The operators of these social networks have their own adopted rules, service infrastructure and their own provisions on the protection of personal data. The protection of personal data of data subjects is subject to the operating and contractual terms and conditions of the companies listed above. We do not ask for statistics to be produced on any of the social networks, nor are we aware that we carry out activities in which we would consider ourselves joint controllers with the operators of the social networks.