How to use cookies

What is a cookie?

The Data Handler uses cookies when visiting the site. The cookie is a font and number information package that our site sends to your browser with the purpose of saving certain settings, facilitating the use of our site and contributing to collecting some relevant, statistical information about our visitors. Cookies do not contain personal information and are not suitable for individual user authentication. Cookies often contain a unique identifier - a secret, randomly generated number line - that your device stores. Some cookies will be discontinued after the site is closed and some will be stored for a longer period of time on your computer.

The legal background and legal basis of cookies:

The background of data management is based on the 2011 Act CXII on Information Freedom of Information and Freedom of Information. (Infotv.) and electronic commerce services and information services related to information society services (CVIII. are provisions of the law. The legal basis for data processing is Infotv. In accordance with ยง 5 (1) (a).

The main features of cookies used by the website:

Cookies strictly required to operate: These cookies are essential to use the website and allow you to use the basic features of the web site. In the absence of these, many features of the site will not be available for you. Cookies of this type are limited to the duration of the session.

Cookies to improve user experience: These cookies collect information about the user's website usage, such as the most frequently visited pages or the error message from the web site. These cookies do not collect information that identifies the visitor, that is, they are working with generic, anonymous information. The data obtained from these are used to improve website performance. Cookies of this type are limited to the duration of the session.

Google Adwords cookie: Whenever someone visits our site, the visitor's cookie ID is added to the remarketing list. Google cookies, such as NID and SID cookies, are used to customize Google ads in Google products such as Google Search. For example, you use such cookies to remember your recent searches, past advertisements for advertisers, or past interactions with search results, as well as visits to advertiser sites. The AdWords Conversion Tracking feature uses cookies. To track sales and other conversions from your ad, you've saved cookies on the user's computer when that person clicks on an ad. Some common ways of using cookies: Selecting ads based on what's relevant for a particular user, improving campaign performance reports, and avoiding the ads that are already being viewed by the user.

Google Analytics cookie: Google Analytics is a Google Analytics tool that helps website and app owners to get a better picture of their visitors' activities. The service may use cookies to collect information and report on the statistics about the use of the site without individually identifying visitors to Google. The main cookie used by Google Analytics is the "__ga" cookie. In addition to reporting from site usage statistics, Google Analytics can also be used to display more relevant ads in Google products (such as Google Search) and across the web, along with some of the advertising cookies described above.

RTB custom retargeting cookies: Previous visitors or users may be browsing on other sites on the Google Display Network and searching for terms or products related to their products or services

Cookie Accept Cookie: When you arrive at the site, you agree to the cookie storage statement in the warning window. It lasts 365 days.

Facebook pixel (Facebook cookie): A Facebook pixel is a code that allows you to report on conversions on your website, and you can build target audiences and the site owner will get detailed analysis data about the use of the visitors website. With the Facebook remarketing pixel tracking code, visitors to the site can display personalized bids and ads on Facebook. The Facebook remarketing list is not suitable for person identification. For more information about Facebook Pixel / Facebook, please visit:

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