Cookie Policy

What are cookies and similar technologies?

A cookie is a text file stored by a web server on your computer or mobile device. Its content can only be downloaded and read by the server that created the file. Cookies are unique to the browser or mobile application you are using. The content of a cookie often consists of identifiers, website names and sequences of numbers and letters.

Essential cookies

What are essential cookies and can you refuse them?

These cookies are essential for the operation of the website and cannot be disabled without affecting your use of this website. These cookies are usually only placed in response to specific actions you take on the site. We use these cookies because we believe that it is in our and our users’ legitimate interests to enable this website to function properly.

Why do we use essential cookies?
We usually use these cookies to perform a specific function on the website, such as remembering your acceptance of the contents of the Privacy Policy.

What data is collected and used by essential cookies?

Essential cookies do not collect or use personal data.

For how long will we keep this data?

Essential cookies are usually session cookies, which only store data for the duration of your visit to the site, but if the cookie supports the function used to remember your acceptance of the Privacy Policy, the data is stored longer to remember you on subsequent visits.

Analytical cookies

What are analytical essential cookies and can you refuse them?

These cookies, also known as “performance cookies”, “measurement cookies” or “statistical cookies”, allow us to count visits and sources of visits so that we can measure and improve the performance of our website. They help us know which pages are the most and least popular, and look at how users navigate the site.

We use cookies to understand how users interact with our site, for example to see if users leave certain pages or if they encounter problems. We use cookies because we monitor website activity and performance in our legitimate interest. By changing your cookie settings.

 Why do we use analytical cookies?

We use analytical cookies to enable measurement and analysis. Thanks to these cookies we can obtain, among others, the following information:

  • what sites users visit before coming to our site, for example, whether a visitor came directly to our site.
  • which pages on our site are the most and least popular, how much time visitors spend on each page and on each part of the page, which links and buttons they click on.
  • what device you are using to visit our site, e.g. information about the make and model, which browser and operating system you are using.

 What data is collected and used by analytical cookies?

As a rule, only the encoded identifier is stored in cookies. We have no way of identifying you. However, this identifier provides a link to Google’s analytics servers, allowing Google to create a profile of how you use the site. Browser data is also processed as a result of reading a cookie, including the technical data of the device used to access the site and its location.

We do not collect any personal data via statistical cookies. Generally, we only receive aggregated data about visitors to our website. However, Google processes your personal data in order to provide us with these aggregate statistics. In addition, because other sites also use Google Analytics, Google not only has a profile of how you use our site, but also how you use many other sites that also use Google Analytics. Google may also associate the cookie information with your account information if you are logged into your Google account while browsing, to create an even more detailed profile about you. To find out more about how Google processes your personal data, please read Google’s Privacy Policy.

For how long will we keep this data?

The storage period for analytical cookies can be up to 24 months, depending on the country and the purpose of the cookie. For example, some cookies are only stored on your device when you visit a website. Some cookies store information for 24 hours to remember you as a unique visitor to the site on that day. Others can be stored for up to 24 months.

 Cookies used on our website

The table below shows which files we use and why.

Cookie Name Purpose (essential/analytical) Retention period
CookieConsent Cookiebot Essential 1 year
test_cookie Google Essential 1 day
li_gc Piwik Pro Essential 2 years
ppms_webstorage Piwik Pro Essential Persistent
lang [x2] LinkedIn Preferences Session
collect Google Analytical session
_dc_gtm_UA-# Google Analytical 1 day
_ga Google Analytical 2 years
_ga_# Google Analytical 2 years
_gid Google Analytical 1 day
AnalyticsSyncHistory LinkedIn Analytical 29 days
_pk_id# Piwik Pro Analytical 1 year
_pk_ses# Piwik Pro Analytical 1 day
ppms_privacy_#GUID# Piwik Pro Analytical 1 year
bcookie LinkedIn Marketing  2 years
bscookie LinkedIn Marketing  2 years
_fbp Meta Platforms Inc. Marketing  3 months
fr Meta Platforms Inc. Marketing  3 months
tr Meta Platforms Inc. Marketing  session
pagead/landing Google Marketing  session
ads/ga-audiences Google Marketing  session
_gcl_au Google Marketing  3 months

How do I change my cookie settings?

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