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What information do we collect?
We collect the following information:
● Information to identify you as a visitor to the site;
● Information on site traffic statistics.
We use visiting tracking cookies to determine which pages are visited. It helps to analyze data on web page traffic and refine the webpage to fit your needs. We only use this information for statistical analysis purposes.
A cookie in no way gives us access to your computer or any information about you, except the data you choose to share with us when visiting our website. You can choose to accept or reject cookies. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can change the browser settings if you want cookies to be rejected. It is important to know that, after rejecting cookies, some of the features on the site will no longer work.
List of cookies
Below it shows which cookies can be used, what information they contain and how long it is stored.
- Cookie: 1P_JAR
Moment of creation: It is created when you first visit a website.
Expiration time: Valid for 2 years.
Data used and its processing purposes: These are analytical, third-party cookies (Google LLC).
Opting out of cookies
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Links to other websites
Our website may contain links to other websites. When you use these links and visit other web pages, you should know that we do not control them. For this reason, we cannot be held responsible for the protection and privacy of any information you provide when visiting such websites. You should act responsibly and familiarize yourself with their privacy policies.
According to the Personal Data Protection Regulation of the European Union, personal data is considered to be the content of e-mail correspondence, even if the correspondents are employees of legal persons. In this context, the rules on the processing of personal data required by the Regulation apply to the content of electronic communications as well as to e-mail addresses.
The basis for the processing of your personal data is the expression of your free will to communicate by e-mail and to provide certain personal details, i.e. consent. In addition, the processing of data and the performance of statutory duties may also form the basis for the data processing.
Your email address, correspondence content and related data will be processed in accordance with the principle of proportionality. This data will be primarily visible to the person you communicate directly with by e-mail. However, in certain cases, your correspondence may be read by other employees, such as internal administration, for investigation of potential violations of laws or internal rules, employee substitution and related purposes, and similar situations.