Information on the processing of personal data using cookies
1. The data controller, NIVEKO s.r.o., based at Nivnická 2716, 688 01 Uherský Brod, ID No.: 607 45 801, entered in the Commercial Register lodged with the Regional Court in Brno, Section C, File No. 18771 (“Controller” or “NIVEKO” as the operator of this website, uses various cookie files on this website.
2. When you visit the site, cookies may become stored on your computer or the mobile device you use to access the website, through your browser. A cookie is a text file that the website stores in the browser on your computer or mobile device when you visit the website. Cookies cannot be used to identify particular individuals – a cookie can only identify the device, and cannot be used to misuse login data.
Cookies are used for the following purposes:
- To enable the website to function,
- To assess website traffic, create statistics relating to website traffic (geographic and demographic data on the visitor and the type of device used to access the website) and visitor behaviour on the website,
- To optimize the Controller’s marketing activities.
The aforementioned cookies store the following data:
- pages displayed on the website;
- the referring page you reached the site from;
- your operating system;
- your browser;
- the device used to connect to the website;
- your approximate locality.
Cookies are stored for 1 year.
3. Cookie types
- Essential first-party (Controller) cookies are technical cookies that are used by the website you visit and serve to ensure that the site works properly and to enable the website operation to be optimized. These include settings made by the user when previously visiting the site, or a form containing data added by the user during a previous visit to the site.
- Third-party cookies are cookies that do not come from the website itself, but from external parties – such as a marketing or advertising plug-in on the website, such as cookies from Facebook or Google Analytics. Visitors to the website first have to grant their consent to this type of cookie. This is done using the bar at the top or bottom of the website window with a link to the policy, which does not prevent the user from continuing to surf the website.
The Google Privacy Statement is available here.
Website visitors can block the collection and analysis of cookies through Google Analytics by either changing their browser settings, as described above, or by clicking the following link, which will store opt-out-cookies on your computer; these prevent any further information about your visits to the website from being stored in the future.
As part of the Google Analytics service the Controller also uses related advertising functions provided by Google, such as reports on views in the Google advertising network, advanced reporting of anonymous demographic data (e.g. age, gender, interests) or the display of ads on the content network based on the products that are viewed (remarketing), including the Google AdWords service, which personalizes advertisements and improves targeted advertising and remarketing. This means that website visitors can be offered advertising content that is as relevant as possible to them.
Visitors to the Controller’s website can disable or modify advertising personalization in their Google account settings, by clicking the link available here.
- Preference cookie files – these collect information on the user’s options and preferences and enable the Controller to remember the user’s language and other local settings and adapt the website accordingly
- Tracking cookie files for social media – these are used to track members (and non-members) of social media networks for the purposes market research and product development analysis
- Analytical cookie files – these collect information on how the website is used by the visitor, and enable the Controller to improve site functionality (e.g. via Google Analytics)
- Advertising cookie files - advertising cookies are used for marketing purposes, such as via Google Ads)
4. Removing cookie files
You can configure your browser settings to reject cookies or to warn you when a cookie is about to be installed, or you can subsequently delete cookies from your device. You can do this in your browser settings (generally accessed via the Preferences or Options menu). Bear in mind that if cookies are rejected, certain graphic elements might not function correctly, or you might be unable to use certain applications.
Cookie files and data stored about you can always be removed. For details on how to remove cookie files from your browser, see the links below:
- Internet Explorer
- Mozilla Firefox
- Google Chrome
- iPhone, iPad and other Apple devices
- Flash cookies (for all browsers)
- Android devices
5. Your rights according to the Regulation
Please bear in mind that according to Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation) (“Regulation”, you have the right to:
- request that the Controller inform you of which of your personal data it processes,
- request that the Controller grant you access to such data and have such data updated or corrected, or restrict the processing of such data,
- request that the Controller delete such personal data – the Controller will delete the data if such a step does not contravene the applicable legislation and legitimate interests of the Controller; in the event of any doubt concerning the Controller’s compliance with the regulations governing the processing of personal data, contact the Controller or the Office for Personal Data Protection.