- Act C of 2003 on Electronic Communications
- Act CVIII of 2001 on Certain Issues related to Electronic Commerce Services and Information Society Services
- Act CXII of 2011t on the Right to Information Self-Determination and Freedom of Information
- EC Directive 2002/58 / EC of 12 July 2002 concerning the processing of personal data and the protection of privacy in the electronic communications sector (“Directive on privacy and electronic communications”)
Please read this document carefully and use our services only if you agree to all of them and accept them as binding on you (the “User”). Please note that this policy only applies to the handling of cookies on this website. If you click on an external link on the Website, please also locate and read the Website’s own policies.
Cookie or cookie means: files or pieces of information that have been downloaded from our website by your internet browser and stored on your computer. These cookies are used by the server computer that stores the materials of our website to recognize that you have already visited our website when you return to our website.
The site also uses third-party cookies on the website. Cookies can be deleted and blocked from browsers. In addition, cookies can be disabled. You can find information about these settings on the browser’s official website.
What is the purpose of cookies?
These technologies are used for a variety of purposes, such as to display content or advertising material that is most relevant to the User; to further develop our products and services; and to maintain the security of our services. The exact name of the cookies, pixels and other similar technologies we use may change from time to time as the services are developed and updated.
How are cookies created?
First, the client machine sends a request to the server. The server then creates a unique ID and stores it in its own database, and then returns the cookie with all the information to the client. The information cookie thus retrieved is stored on the client machine.
How are cookies used?
When the client computer reconnects to the server, it already attaches the previously created and stored cookie. The server compares the contents of the received cookie with the cookie stored by it. This makes it easy to identify e.g. a registered user.
What kind of cookies are used?
There are several types of cookies in use, but each website uses different types. Our website usually uses only the following ones, but we may use new varieties in addition to the previous ones, due to the improvements we’ve made.
Session / Temporary cookies:
- these cookies are only temporarily stored in the temporary memory while a user is navigating the site. When the user closes the browser, the cookie is deleted. These cookies do not contain personal information and are not suitable for identifying the visitor.
Stored / Permanent cookies:
- these are the cookies that are used each time a user visits the site. Depending on the type of cookies, we may use them for the follow purposes:
Analytics / Analysis:
- they show where you went within the website, what products you looked at, what you did. Depending on the lifespan of the cookie, it remains on the client machine. It can be used by features like Google Analytics or YouTube. These cookies do not contain personal information and are not suitable for identifying the visitor.
- they allow you to easily access social media networks, share your opinions, information about our products with others. may be used by third-party features such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, or YouTube. These cookies may contain personal information and may be used to identify the visitor.
- Using them allows you view videos on the page, for example. It is used by third-party features such as YouTube. These cookies do not contain personal information and are not suitable for identifying the visitor.
- they show how a user has been to the site and by what means. Memorizes user name, password, language selected, location information. These cookies may contain personal information and may be used to identify the visitor.
- they allow us to send information and newsletters to users according to their interests. These cookies may contain personal information and may be used to identify the visitor.
For information on the types of cookies and their full functionality, visit www.allaboutcookies.org website.
How are cookies handled?
There are different ways, but the client has the option to configure their browser to handle cookies in several ways. In general, there are three ways to configure browsers:
- Accept all cookies
- Reject all cookies
- Request notification of each cookie usage
For information on cookie settings, you should check your browser’s “Options” or “Settings” menu, or refer to your browser’s “Help” menu. The following websites can help you set up the popular browsers.
- Internet Explorer
It is important to note that the website was created with cookie handling. If the client partially or completely disables their use, it may prevent the operation of the website. If this happens, there may be features and services that you will not be able to use in full or in part.
- Identify and block accounts from spammers
- Recover your account if your access is lost
- Provide additional security features such as login notifications and login approvals
- prevent minors from registering with a false date of birth
- display, select, rate, measure, and interpret ads displayed on or on the Site (including ads displayed by or on behalf of our affiliates or partners)
- compile analytical information about the people who interact with our services and the websites of our advertisers and partners.
In order to protect the Services and its users from malicious activity, we place cookies even if the User does not have an account but has visited our website. These cookies help us, for example, detect and prevent attacks aiming to interrupt service as well as create a large number of fake accounts.
If there are cookies in your browser or on your device, we can read the cookie when you visit a website with a social module. The operator of the respective website is responsible for the cookies created by the social networking sites, and you can find information about them on the website of the social networking site concerned (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, GooglePlus).