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When browsing websites some anonymous information is collected passively (ie. without your active communicating of certain information ), employing various technologies, such as cookies, internet markers or web signals, and collection of navigatinal data (log files, server logs, clickstream). Some of this anonymous information, eg. website URL and your incoming website, IP address and a browser version your of your computer currently in use, are sent to our website automatically by your internet browser. These sites may gather anonymous information from your PC also through cookies and internet marker or web signals. You can set your browser in the way that it informs you on sending a cookie, or to reject cookies completely, however some features of this site may not work without cookies.

This website may use and combine such passively collected information in order to offer better services to visitors of our site, as well as to adapt the site to match your preferences, to create and analyse statistics and trends and to further administration and improvement of the site. More information on cookies and other above stated passive methods of tracking you can find in the following lines.

A „cookie“ is information, that your internet site sends to your browser and through which it remembers information about you and your preferences.

„Relational“ cookies is temporary information, which is deleted on closing your browser or switching off your computer. Relational cookies are used to improve navigation on websites, to memorise a currently logged user and to gather aggregated statistical information.

„Permanent“ cookies is information of a permanent character, that will be saved on your computer´s harddisc, until their expiry date or your manual deletion. Validity of permanent cookies on website is 8 hours. Permanent cookies in your computer store information for many purposes, such as verifying information provided before ( eg. saved user name, and the like), setting topics preferred by website visitors, and website arrangement on the basis of the preferences. Permanent cookies, placed by this website into your computer, may contain personally identifiable information, however only in a case, when you registered, or in another manner agreed to gathering personally identifiable information provided through this website. In other cases our website server will only register the fact that our site is accessed by an unidentified visitor with your cookie. 

You can set your browser so that it accepts or rejects cookies, or to warn you each time when a possibility of saving a cookie is available so that you can decide whwether to accept or reject. Further information on cookies you will find in the help files of your web browser.

Internet website may use the internet protocol address (IP). IP address is a number assigned to your computer by your internet connection provider so that you can connect to the internet, and usually is deemed information that does not enable identification of a particular person as in most cases the IP address is dynamic (it changes on every connection to the internet), and not static (unique to a computer of a particular user). IP address can be used for problem diagnostics on our server, for reporting aggregated information, setting the fastest route, via which your computer can connect to our website, and for administration and improvement of our website.

„Internet markers“ (also called one-pixel GIF, clear GIF, invisible GIF and GIF 1:1) are smaller than cookies and communicate to website server data such as IP address and browser type of visitor´s computer. The markers occur in online advertising, that lead visitors to this website, as well as on various sites of this address. The markers show the count of launches of the site and the kind of information required.

„Navigational data“(„log files“,„server logs“ and data on selection of particular options
– so-called „clickstream“) is used to manage the system, to improve the site contents, to survey the market and to communicate information to visitors.

Last up date: 16. 5. 2018