Cookies Policy

The website uses cookies. A cookie is a text file that a website places on your device (smartphone, tablet or computer). Cookies are stored on your device when you are on the Internet, and they have information on activity in your browser.

What cookies do we use?

Necessary cookies help us provide the best experience when you visit and navigate through website and use its features.

Analytical cookies – they allow us to measure the number of visits and collect information on the sources of traffic, which helps us improve the functioning of our website. They also help us learn which pages are the most popular, or how users navigate our site. The lack of consent to these cookies does not impact the use of our sites.

Information of this type is collected with the help of Google Analytics, which makes recording and analyzing the website statistics possible. You can read additional information about Google Analytics and information it collects here.

Tracking pixels also uses tracking pixels. A pixel is software code that allows an object, usually an image the size of a pixel, to be embedded on a page, which provides the ability to track users' behavior on the web pages where it is placed. The optimal operation of a pixel can be combined with the use of own cookies (first-party cookies) or external cookies (third-party cookies).

Once you have given the appropriate consent, your browser automatically establishes a direct connection to the server storing the pixel, so the processing of the data collected by the pixel takes place within the data protection policy of the entity that administers the aforementioned server, such as an partner. The partner may attribute your visit to the website if you are registered on its service, also in correlation with a possible cookie assigned to your session.

When users click on a link/banner on the partner's website, they are directed to a page belonging to the advertiser. If they access the sub-pages on which the pixel is located, this information is then sent to the partner's server and then forwarded to the advertiser.

Thanks to the pixel, the advertiser obtains aggregated information on how many people who have used the link/banner on the partner's website have made a purchase from the partner, if the pixel has been planted on a page informing about the completion of an order.

Our cookies do not store any sensitive information that could threaten your security or privacy.

Third-party functionalities or technologies

On our websites, we use third-party tools and services, in particular those related to providing services available through the site, as well as to analytics, advertising (including ads based on interests), re-marketing, or measuring the results of advertising campaigns. Providers of cookies or other technologies are listed above.

Below we describe selected tools from our providers:

  • Google Analytics (Cookies/Server-side)

We use Google Analytics tools that collect information on the user’s visits to our websites and use of mobile applications in order to generate statistics on their functioning and to facilitate analysis of activity so that we can better adjust our offering to the needs of our users.


Google Ireland Limited, Google Building Gordon House, 4 Barrow St, Dublin, D04 E5W5, Ireland.

Click here to read information about the processing of personal data in cooperation with Google:

Click here to read the data policy of the processor:

Click here for more information on how to block Google Analytics cookies using browser scripts:

  • Google Advertising Products (Google Ads and Google Marketing Platform)

Google Marketing Platform (Cookies/SDK/Server-side)

We use advertising and re-marketing tools. For this purpose, we use Google’s cookies for DoubleClick services. Third-party providers install the relevant code or pixel to collect information on the user’s activity on websites, and then, on that basis, they display our ads to the user who has visited our websites when they go to other websites operated by the advertising network of our third-party providers, and also collect information on the executed campaign, perform site analytics, and analyze segments.

Google Ads (Cookies/Server-side)

Google Ads allows us to display our offer within the Google search engine and on websites that belong to Google’s advertising network. With Google Ads, we analyze the effectiveness of ads, which helps us better adjust the offer to users’ expectations. After clicking the banner of an ad published by Google, cookies related to the Ads service are saved to the user’s computer.


Google Ireland Limited, Google Building Gordon House, 4 Barrow St, Dublin, D04 E5W5, Ireland.

Click here to read information about the processing of personal data in cooperation with Google:

Click here to read the data policy of the processor:

Click here for more information on the list of partners of the data processor:

  • Meta (Pixel/Cookies)

Meta tools allow us to analyse and measure the products we offer and the services we provide, and to more effectively reach people who may be interested in them.

In the case of tracking pixel-based technologies, we are jointly responsible with Meta Platforms Ireland Limited (co-administration) for the data collection and transfer process. and Meta have agreed that Meta is responsible for ensuring that the rights of data subjects under Articles 15 to 20 of the RODO are enforced in respect of personal data held by Meta Ireland following Joint Processing.

The and Meta Ireland co-management arrangements are available at:

Information on the data that may be processed under joint processing is available at: and Meta act as independent controllers when carrying out marketing activities commissioned by

Click here to read the information on the processing of personal data in cooperation with Meta:

Partner/co-administrator details:

Meta Platforms Ireland Limited

Block J, Serpentine Avenue, Dublin 4 Ireland

For more information on how Meta Platforms Ireland Limited processes personal data, the legal basis and how data subjects can enforce their rights against Meta Ireland, please visit

  • Google reCAPTCHA

Google reCAPTCHA is a tool used to recognise artificial traffic to websites and to protect against, among other things, web robots downloading content from our sites. The solution consists of a request to perform a simple test to confirm that the user is a human and not a computer.

Functionality is also based on the acquisition of hardware and software information (such as device and search engine data) and its analysis by Google.

The information collected in connection with the use of the reCAPTCHA service will be used by Google to provide, maintain and improve the functionality and for general security purposes.


Google Ireland Limited

Google Building Gordon House, 4 Barrow St, Dublin, D04 E5W5, Ireland

Click here for more information about Google reCAPTCHA and Google's privacy policy: and

  • Google Tag Manager

With the help of the Tag Manager we can integrate and manage all kinds of software solutions such as Google Analytics on our websites, using the relevant code sections, also known as tags. Those code fragments are also used to collect data on users’ browsers, their visits on the website, or to set up cookies. However, Google Tag Manager is only a domain, which does not install cookies and does not process personal data. Your personal data are processed exclusively through the code fragments such as Google Analytics.

Service provider: Google Ireland Limited, Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland.

Deleting cookies

By default, the browser allows for placing cookies on the end device. In the web browser settings, you can change those settings so as to block the automatic operation of cookies or to send information each time cookies are sent to your device. The following links will take you to the instructions on how to configure and delete cookies in popular browsers.





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