The following information concerns the use of cookies and the associated processing of personal data of persons (hereinafter only as the “Data Subject”) visiting the website (hereinafter only as the “website”) operated by the company endrius s.r.o., ID No.: 47577371, with its registered office at Pod Vtáčnikom 3, 831 01 Bratislava, recorded in the commercial register maintained by the District court Bratislava I, section Sro, inlay no. 96190/B, email: hello(at) (hereinafter only as the “Controller”). The processing and the protection of personal data of the Data Subject shall be governed by the provisions of the Act no. 18/2018 Coll., on the protection of personal data, as amended (hereinafter referred to as “the Act”), in connection with the provisions of Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) no. 2016/679 of April 27, 2016, General Data Protection Regulation (hereinafter only as the “Regulation”).

1. What are Cookies and how do they work?

Cookies are small files that are sent to and stored on the Data Subject’s device by the Controller’s

websites that the Data Subject visits.

Cookies are stored in the folder of the respective internet browser used by the Data Subject when browsing the website. When revisiting these websites, the Subject’s browser will reload the stored cookies and send them back to the website or element that created the original cookie.

This usually ensures the correct functionality of these websites. For the purposes of this Policy, the term “cookies” also applies to other similar files that collect information in a similar way (e.g. pixels, beacons, etc.).

2. Which Cookies are used by the Controller?

Cookies by which the website recognises the device of the Data Subject may be:

Session cookies, which are used when visiting a website.

Persistent cookies, which are used on repeated visits to the website.

In terms of who stores cookies on the Data Subject’s device, we distinguish:

First-party cookies, which are cookies that have been placed on this website by the Controller.

Third-party cookies, which are those cookies that are placed on the Data Subject’s device by another entity when using the Controller’s website. Third-party cookies may be placed on that person’s device by someone who provides a service to the Controller (for example, Google Analytics, Google Double Click and Google Tag Manager). Third parties do not have access to the data in the Controller’s cookie files and the Controller does not have access to third-party cookies.

Cookies on this site are used for the following purposes:

Essential/functional cookies are cookies without which the Controller’s website would not function properly and which are automatically placed on the Data Subject’s device and cannot be disabled. Essential cookies cannot identify the user and are only used for the purpose of ensuring that the website is displayed correctly.

Personalization–cookies are used to enable the Controller to identify the Data Subject when returning to its website and to help improve the functionality and security of the website, including remembering the Data Subject’s preferences and managing the performance of the website. These cookies also help to improve the functionality of our website, for example by ensuring that users can easily find what they are looking for.

Analytical /statistics cookies allow the Controller to carry out various statistical analyses of its website. They are used in an anonymised form, which means that they cannot identify the Data Subject and the use of these cookies can be disabled by the Data Subject in their Internet browser.

Marketing cookies are used to carry out personalised advertising services. They do not directly store personal data, but are based on the unique identification of the Internet browser and device of the Data Subject. In this regard, the Controller points out that refusing the use of these cookies will not prevent the display of advertisements on the website, but these advertisements may no longer correspond to the interests of the Data Subject. These cookies may be set through the Controller’s sites by its advertising partners. These companies may use them to profile the interests of the Data Subject and to display relevant ads on other sites.

3. How can the Use of Cookies be set and disabled?

Only absolutely essential cookies are placed on the Data Subject’s device when they first visit the Controller’s website. When visiting the website, the Data Subject will be presented with a pop-up window or cookie bar with a message notifying them of the use of cookies. Unless the Data Subject accepts/enables all cookies or selects individual cookie preferences, this setting will not change.

By clicking on the relevant button in the pop-up window or on the cookie bar, the Data Subject acknowledges the use of the necessary cookies by the Controller in the manner described in this Policy. In relation to all other types of cookies used by the Controller, these will not be stored in the Data Subject’s device unless the Data Subject has consented to their use, which may be revoked at any time. Data about the Data Subject collected via cookies are therefore collected voluntarily, directly from the Data Subject.

Cookies can be managed by each Data Subject in their Internet browser after setting the appropriate preferences. Different Internet browsers have different procedures for disabling or enabling cookies, which are usually found in the menu labelled “Options” or “Tools”. This gives the Data Subject the possibility to manage cookies relating to basic functions, website improvement, customisation and advertising directly in their browser. For the new setting of the Data Subject to work, it will probably be necessary to reload the web page. If you disable or opt out of the use of certain cookies, the Controller’s website will no longer access or read these cookies.

Various files, scripts, codes or other information relating to cookies may remain stored on your device. These can be removed by the Data Subject by deleting the cookies and the browser cache using the settings of the browser in question, and any change to the browser settings applies only to that particular browser. Website, provides comprehensive information on adjusting cookie settings across a range of web browsers.

The Controller points out that since it is neither the owner nor the operator of this website, it is not responsible for its content. The Controller also warns that if essential cookies (or all cookies) are disabled using your browser settings, one or more of the basic functions of the website, including those designed to ensure a safe visit, will not function properly or at all.

The Controller further advises that if the Data Subject refuses or withdraws consent to the use of any non-essential cookies or personal data, the corresponding function or feature of this website may not function properly or at all. Use of the basic functions and functionality of the website will not be affected.

4. How long does the Controller retain the Information collected and what are the rights of the Data Subject?

How long the Operator retains the collected data always depends on the respective type of cookies. Session cookies expire as soon as you close your browser. Persistent cookies, including locally accessible objects, may be valid for several months or until the consent to their use is withdrawn by the Data Subject, which is the legal basis for the storage of non-essential cookies.

Not all cookies used by this website are capable of identifying the Data Subject and are therefore not considered personal data. Nevertheless, the Data Controller informs by means of this Policy that each Data Subject has, in particular, the right to request from the Controller access to their personal data, rectification or erasure thereof, or restriction of processing, the right to object to processing if the legal basis for the processing of personal data is a legitimate interest of the Controller, as well as the right to lodge a complaint with the Office for Personal Data Protection if the Controller and/or the Processor proceeds with the processing of personal data in breach of the Regulation and/or the Act.