Cookies and Other Technologies Used on Our Website

I. Technologies used to identify our website visitors

I.1. Cookies
Cookies is a technology used by almost every website in the world. These cookies do not contain chocolate chips, but instead bits of data, which are stored in your web browser regardless of whether you are looking at the site on a desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile phone. These pieces of data are exchanged between your browser and the website whenever you display a site, open a picture or send a form… The website you are looking at can change your cookies, set whether you agreed to receive the newsletter, whether you read similar cookies disclaimers to these, whether you have logged in to the site, etc. Everytime you log in to a site, e.g. a social network, its website will store your identifier (a number) in the cookies, and when you click another social networking link, the website is able to identify you based on this number.

Without cookies, the website you are looking at wouldn’t know whether you are visiting for the first time or coming back – it would always act as if it is the first time. Without cookies, there would also be no social networks, online e-mail etc. Cookies have different “shelf life” – they are stored in your device for different lengths of time. Some cookies get deleted from your device right after you close the browser window. Those are temporary, while others stay stored in your device even after you have stopped reading them, as permanent cookies. In the private or safe mode of your browser, cookies are deleted when you close the window.

I.2. Pixels
are small pictures or bits of code – of a programming language on websites and e-mails, usually used in e-mail communication so that the sender knows whether you have read their message, or they pick statistic data on visitors of the website in question. Some pixels may work with cookies.

II. Why do we use these technologies?

II.1. To remember your shopping cart contents, if you are shopping.
This service is provided by WooCommerce, the company Automattic Inc., 60 29th Street # 343, San Francisco, CA 94110, United States of America (for more information about privacy protection at this firm, click here)

II.2. To remember that you have read this information about Cookies on our site.

II.3. To collect statistic data about traffic on our site using Google Analytics.
Google Ireland Limited Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland (you can find more information about privacy protection here, and you can refuse cookies using an add-on bit of software accessible here)
II.4. To enable you to like and share our page on Facebook.
The service is provided by Facebook Ireland Ltd. 4 Grand Canal Square, Grand Canal Harbour Dublin 2, Ireland (for more information about privacy protection at this firm, click here, and you can refuse cookies here)

III. How to prevent the use of cookies in your browser

There are several possibilities how to manage or limit how we and our partners use cookies and similar technologies:

III.1. browser settings
Even though most browsers accept cookies by default, their settings also allow you to delete or refuse cookies. However, we have to warn you that this might affect the functionality of the service.

III.2. third parties
To limit cookies, you may use solutions by third parties, for instance on the site

III.3. By using your browser in a private, limited mode, where cookies are forgotten when you close your browser.
See the instructions in your browser to learn how to turn on the private (safe, incognito, etc…) mode.

IV. Contact us

If you have questions about cookies or this document, ask us

Other important information, so you know how we use our data:
General Terms and Conditions and How We Protect Your Privacy Under EU and Czech Legislation.

Last updated October 29, 2018.