We automatically process cookies as part of the processing of personal data and their protection.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file created by visiting every web site that stores a website in your browser's folder on a mobile or other device while browsing, and is used as a standard tool for storing information about how our site is used. Thanks to this file, your site keeps track of your actions and preferences for a while. We can distinguish (but not identify) individual users from each other and adapt content to specific preferences. Without cookies, viewing the web would be much more complicated.
We use, for example:
- technical cookies: We use technical cookies to make our internet shop the right way (for example, to create a user profile, log in to it and buy goods and services). Without them, our online store could not work at all.
- Analytical cookies: Analytical cookies help us improve our online store, which results in you again. Analytical cookies on our site are collected by a script from Google Inc., which subsequently anonymizes these data. Anonymization is not personal data because anonymized cookies can not be attributed to a specific user, to a particular person. We only work with cookies in anonymized form. That's why we are unable to find out how a particular user has behaved on our site (what pages he visited, what kind of goods he or she looked at, etc.).
How can you influence which of your cookies to process?
Most Internet browsers are set to automatically receive cookies after installation. In general, you can use one of the usual Internet browsers (such as Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Chrome) with anonymous browsing enabled, which prevents storing of data about visited webs, you can completely disable cookies in your browser. To learn how to change this setting, see Help or Help in your browser. Any changes to the browser settings are only valid for a specific browser on that device. Keep in mind that disabling cookies is likely to negatively affect the functionality of the websites you visit.