Cookies are information packages consisting of letters and numbers sent by the webserver to your browser (on a computer, smartphone, tablet, etc.) when you first visit the website, to track your internet settings. Through this tracking, when you return to the same website from the same device, your browser communicates with the webserver and detects that it is not your first visit to that website. Accordingly, in certain cases, the website can be displayed/loaded according to your previous settings.
Thanks to cookies, we can define which part of our website is the most popular because they let us see which pages our visitors visit and how much time they spend on those pages. Studying this information helps us adjust the website to your needs and offer you an even more diverse user experience.
Through the cookies, we record and handle the following data about you, your computer or device used for browsing:
Cookies themselves cannot identify the users personally.
Data processing is based on provisions of Act CXII of 2011 on Informational Self-determination and Freedom of Information (Info Act), Act CVIII of 2001 on Certain Aspects of Electronic Commerce and Information Society Services, and Act C of 2003 on Electronic Communications.
The legal basis for data processing is your consent, in line with Section 5(1)(a) of the Info Act.
|Cookie type||Cookie purpose||How long data is stored|
|cookie storing language information||stores language information||1 year|
|cookie storing login information||login information is stored when the user logs in on the page: (2x cookies with the same content)||at the end of the session|
2 weeks if the user activates the “remember me” function
|Google Analytics tracking info||measures visitor flow||2 years|
|Google Analytics “throttle” info||resource demand optimisation for visitor flow measurement||10 minutes|