Information on the use of cookies

  1. Use of cookies

This website uses two types of cookies, depending on where the data sent by the cookies goes. Cookies own, ie cookies communicating with the domain of these sites and third-party cookies, ie cookies whose data is sent from your computer to a third party, such as Google Analytics cookies, which allow us to generate traffic statistics of our sites.

From the point of view of the purpose of cookies, we also divide cookies into two groups. The ones in the first group allow these websites to work and adapt to the device from which you are looking at them, and the latter are used to analyze traffic and user movement on the site. They can be used to display an ad and help you choose an ad that matches your preferences or type.

This website uses the following cookies, which are also used by Google Analytics:



Function / purpose



Used to record the number of accesses to the page.



 It records the moment when the visitor came to the page.


30 minutes    

Records the moment when the visitor left the page. Difference time the participant spent on the page.


10 minutes    

Limits the number of service requests – limits the amount of data collected on sites that are frequently accessed.


6 months 

It helps to identify where the visitor got to the site, which he used the search engine.

Table 1 Custom cookies

All information obtained from cookies is stored for the life of the cookie and is used for the purpose stated in the table above.

We do not share the obtained data with anyone.

  1. How do cookies work?

The http protocol is a protocol by which the web server on which these web pages are stored communicates with your browser.

HTTPS is a version of http that uses encrypted communication.

In the http / https protocol, a cookie is a small amount of data that a web server sends to a browser, which then stores it on your computer, tablet, or other device from which you access the web. Each time you visit the same server, the browser sends this data back to the web server.

Cookies are usually used to distinguish individual users, user preferences are stored in them, etc. They are also used to make the server know what states you have gone through on the website, and to be able to return to the previous page. Cookies can also be set on the server side.

As such, cookies do not constitute executable code and are not dangerous for your computer, but may be a means of invading your privacy. The visited website can store in Cookies any data that it finds out about you during your stay on the website, it can monitor what you are interested in, on which pages you have stayed longer, it can store your whole trip on the website. Cookies contain information about how long they should be stored. Some are one-time / temporary and expire when you close the browser or log out of the site, others may have a lifespan in months or years, and you will be recognized when you revisit the site. In the event that your computer is infected, an attacker can obtain your personal data from cookies and in some cases can prove your identity to the web server you visit.

The website operator is required by law to inform website visitors about the use of cookies, which we do with this text.

From the point of view of legislation (GDPR), cookies are used to identify users or devices that the user uses with personal data and as such the web operator is obliged to protect and their processing is possible only in compliance with legal conditions.

Purpose of cookies. Because the http protocol is stateless, some cookies may be necessary for the normal normal operation of the website. Others serve to improve functions and personalize content, others can track your preferences, they can store information, which is then pre-filled in forms, they can allow tracking your movement on the Internet or websites.

Source of cookies. Some cookies may belong to the site operator and only work with the domain on which you are currently browsing the website. However, the operator of this website may allow third parties to store cookies on your computer through its website, which provide information to this third party (typically cookies for Google Analytics).

Web beacons are electronic images (also known as single-pixel GIFs) that can help count users who visit those sites and count or track some of their activity. They can also be part of promotional e-mails or newsletters to see if they have been read and if any links have been used.

  1. Legal conditions for the use of cookies
  • The operator is obliged to inform in an understandable form about the use of cookies and web signals (hereinafter referred to as cookies).
  • The operator is obliged to request consent to the use of cookies before they are stored on the user’s computer or before the information from the cookies is sent to the server. (See Act 468/2011 Coll. On electronic communications or Directive 2009/136 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council). This consent can be expressed by browser settings.
  • Consent is not required for cookies, which are used only for the purpose of transmitting the message or necessary for the provider to provide services that the subscriber or user has explicitly requested.
  • You have the right to know how the data from cookies will be used.
  • You should always be able to deactivate or reject cookies.
  • You have the right to ask the data administrator (the site operator or the person who obtains the data from cookies on your computer) to delete or correct this data if you find that it does not correspond to the facts.
  1. How to disable third party cookies

If you do not want to allow third-party cookies, you can prevent them from being stored on your computer by setting the browser you use. You can set whether you enable third-party cookies, and you can set the “Do NOT Track” function, which sends a signal to the web server to which you are accessing that you do not wish to be tracked (sending this request alone does not ensure that it will be respected by the server). You can create a list of third parties whose access to your computer will be blocked.

Information about settings for the most used browsers:

  • Microsoft Edge – Settings > Privacy> Cookies.
  • Microsoft Explorer – Tools> Internet Options> Privacy tab> Settings.
  • Chrome – Settings >  Advanced settings> Content settings> Cookies.
  • Mozila Firefox > Settings >  Options> Privacy & Security> Surveillance
  • You can also set the Do Not Track function in the settings.

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5. Additional information Information on the rights of personal data subjects can be found here. If you believe that your personal data is not being processed in accordance with the law or you need some explanation or information, please contact:

DIRAC spol. s r.o.

Šumavská 33

602 00 Brno

Telephone: 606 694 537


Company ID: 47904313

Steuernummer: CZ47904313

You also have the right to complain to the Office for Personal Data Protection

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Your contact details above will only be used to process your inquiry / complaint and will not be provided to any third party. Information about your rights is here