A cookie is a small file that is stored on your computer when you visit a web site. Cookies contain various information that the website reads when you visit it again. It is used by most modern websites.

The cookies themselves are not harmful, they do not contain viruses or some other malicious code. They are used for a variety of purposes, for sessions (for example, logging into forums), for shopping carts in online stores, for displaying various advanced content on a website (e.g., maps, video), for managing page visit statistics, for supporting social plug-ins, and also to display custom-made ads for the web.

The legal restriction of cookies is mainly due to the abuse of cookie technology to track users and thereby interfere with online privacy.

Types of cookies

  • Cookies can have very different ingredients. Good cookies are very useful for visitors, especially for sessions, applications, shopping carts, and similar web site tasks.
  • Some cookies are useful primarily for website owners. For example, they serve to monitor the amount of visits, that is, the reach of their site, and indirectly also benefit end-users, as they allow content authors to inspect what contributions on the site are interesting to visitors, and on the basis of feedback, they can approach the website to readers with interesting content.
  • Some cookies, however, are not good at least from the perspective of the Information Office. These flawless cookies mainly record information about your online activities, which they then distribute to third parties, in the processed and derived information, most often advertisers. For this reason, for example, various people on the web show different ads. Everybody sees the ads of the products and services they will most likely buy. However, for tracking cookie owners, this allows for greater earnings from advertising.

The Information Commissioner’s Office shares cookies mainly with regard to invasiveness:

  • Temporary or session cookies
  • Permanent or stored cookies
  • Own cookies
  • Other cookies

Each type of cookie is treated differently in the legislation and guidelines of the proxy, which makes it difficult for site owners and web developers to comply with the Electronic Communications Act (ZEKom-1) and the Personal Data Protection Act. It requires web site owners to learn about cookie privacy issues in detail, and also to inform their web visitors about the use of these cookies. In the case of invasive cookies, they must obtain consent from their visitors for their use.

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List of cookies we use

The name of the cookie Purpose Course time
IDE Google – It provides Google Advertising Analytics. 1 year
__cfduid HubSpot – To ensure the security of data transmission. 1 year
__cfduid HubSpot – To ensure the security of data transmission. 1 year
__cfduid HubSpot – To ensure the security of data transmission. 1 year
__hssc HubSpot – Website visitor statistics. 30 min
__hssrc HubSpot – Website visitor statistics. It does not expire
__hstc Hubspot – Website visitor statistics. 2 years
_ga Google Analytics – Website visitor statistics. 2 years
_gat Google Analytics – Website visitor statistics. 1 minute
_gid Google Analytics – Website visitor statistics. 24 hours
country_code It makes it easier to separate users by language. 1 year
fr Facebook – User ID on Facebook 3 months
hubspotutk HubSpot – Website visitor statistics. 10 years
cookieconsent_dismissed Notice about the use of cookies. 1 year


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