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Cookie Information

We use cookies ("cookies") on our website. These are files that store information in your web browser. Your consent is required for this. We use "cookies" in accordance with the Hungarian Electronic Communications Act of 2003, Act C of 2003, the Act CVIII of 2001 on certain issues related to electronic commerce services and information society services, and the regulations of the European Union.

For websites operating within the European Union countries, user consent is required for the use of "cookies" and their storage on the user's computer or other device.

  1. Cookie Usage Policy

This policy applies to the cookies of the domain name website.

2. What are "cookies"?

"Cookies" are small files that contain letters and numbers. A "cookie" is a tool for exchanging information between the web server and the user's browser. These data files are not executable, do not contain malware or viruses, and cannot access the user's hard drive.

3. What are "cookies" used for?

Information sent by "cookies" helps web browsers to be easily recognized, allowing users to receive relevant and "personalized" content. Cookies make browsing more convenient, addressing online data security needs and relevant advertisements. Through cookies, website operators can also create anonymous statistics about the habits of page visitors. With this information, the site editors can further personalize the appearance and content of the site.

4. What types of "cookies" may you encounter?

Websites can use two types of cookies:

  • Temporary "cookies" that remain on your device until you leave the website.

  • Permanent "cookies" that may remain on your device depending on your web browser settings, either for an extended period or until you delete them.

  • Third-party "cookies" placed by a third party in your browser (e.g., Google Analytics) when the visited website uses services provided by the third party.

Essential session (session-id) "cookies":

Their use is essential for navigating the website and the functioning of website features. Without accepting these, the website or certain parts of it may not display correctly or may be faulty. Analytical or performance monitoring "cookies":

These help distinguish website visitors and collect data on how visitors behave on the website. These "cookies" ensure, for example, that the website remembers the login in cases requested by you. They do not collect personally identifiable information and store the data in an aggregated and anonymous form (e.g., Google Analytics). Functional "cookies":

These cookies aim to improve the user experience. They detect and store information such as the device used to open the website or the data you have previously provided and requested to store, such as automatic login, chosen language, changes you have made to text size, font type, or other customizable elements of the website. These "cookies" do not track your activity on other websites, but the information collected may include personally identifiable information you shared. Targeted or advertising "cookies":

These enable websites to provide information (marketing) that best matches your areas of interest. Your explicit consent is required for this. These cookies collect detailed information about your browsing habits.

5. Do "cookies" contain personal data?

Most "cookies" do not contain personal information and cannot identify users. The stored data is necessary for more convenient browsing, and they are stored in a way that unauthorized individuals cannot access them.

6. Why are "cookies" important on the internet?

The role of "cookies" is to make browsing more convenient for users by setting up ads and content based on browsing history. Disabling or restricting cookies can make some websites unusable. However, disabled or restricted "cookies" do not mean that ads won't appear; they just won't be "personalized," meaning they won't cater to the user's needs and interests. Some examples of using "cookies" include:

  • Displaying content, services, and products tailored to the user's needs.

  • Providing offers tailored to the user's areas of interest.

  • Remembering login information when requested by you (stay logged in).

  • Remembering internet content filtering options (family mode options, safe search functions).

  • Limiting the frequency of ads; that is, limiting the number of times an ad is displayed to the user on a particular website.

  • Displaying relevant ads to the user.

  • Geotargeting

7.Factors related to security and data security.

"Cookies" are not viruses or malware. Since they are simple text-type files, they are not executable and cannot be considered programs. However, they may be used with malicious intent to hide information within the "cookie," functioning as spyware. Therefore, antivirus and anti-malware programs may continuously delete "cookies."

As the internet browsing device and web servers continually communicate, sending data back and forth, if an attacker (hacker) interferes with the process, they can extract information stored by the "cookies." One cause could be improperly encrypted internet (WiFi) settings. Exploiting this vulnerability, attackers can extract information from the "cookies." 8. Managing and Deleting "Cookies"

You can delete or disable "cookies" in the web browser programs you use. Web browsers enable "cookies" by default. You can disable this in your browser settings and delete existing ones. Additionally, you can set the browser to notify you when a "cookie" is sent to your device. However, it is important to emphasize that disabling or restricting these files degrades the browsing experience, and errors may occur in the website's functionality.

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