Your attention is hereby drawn to the fact that the present document is to provide general information and presents the general cookie-related practice of the websites maintained by KÉSZ Group. You may learn about the different practices of each website in the specific policy of each website you visit.
2. What are cookies?
Cookies are data packages which internet services store in the browser.
Some of the cookies used by KÉSZ are indispensable for the proper functioning of the site (hereinafter referred to as essential cookies), some other ones collect information on the use of the website (for statistical purposes) to make the site even more comfortable and useful. Some cookies are only temporary and disappear once you close the browser, while there are lasting ones which remain on your computer for a longer period of time.
3. The purpose of the cookies
Cookies are used so that sites can later be better customized to visitor interests and needs, making the use of the sites easier. Additionally, cookies are also to speed up future user activities and improve user experience during the use of the sites. Cookies can also be used to make anonymized, aggregated statistics to better understand how the sites are used, and so to improve their structures and contents.
Various cookies are used on the sites, e.g. session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporary, i.e. they remain on the user’s device until the visitor leaves the KÉSZ website. Persistent cookies remain much longer on the device, and it might happen that they remain there until deleted manually.
4. Cookie types
4.1. Placement of anonymous visitor identifier (cookie)
Anonymous visitor identifiers (cookies) are files or pieces of information that are stored on the computer (or other devices that can connect to the internet, such as smartphones or tablets) of the user when he or she visits the website of KÉSZ. A cookie usually contains the name of the website where it came from, its own “life” (i.e. the how long it stays on the device) and its value, which is usually a random-generated specific number.
4.2. Essential cookies
They are required for the proper operation of the websites of KÉSZ, and they allow the user to navigate on the websites and to use the various functions. Remembering previous steps or typed texts could, for example, make use easier when the user navigates back to a site in the same session.
These cookies do not identify the individual user. If the user disables these cookies, then it might affect the website and its performance.
4.3. Performance cookies
They help to understand how visitors connect to the websites by providing information on the visited sites, the amount of time they spend on the site, and any issue they come across, e.g. error messages. This helps to improve the performance of the websites of KÉSZ. These cookies do not identify the individual user. They collect data as aggregated and anonymized.
4.4. Functionality cookies
These enable websites to remember what was selected (e.g. username, language, or the region of the site visitor) to offer a more personal online experience. They also allow watching videos, playing games, and using social tools such as blogs, chatrooms and forums.
Information collected by these cookies might contain the personal identification information shared by the user, such as usernames or profile images. The visitor must always be clearly informed of the scope of information collected by the website operator, what it does with that, and whom does it share that with. If the site user does not accept these cookies, then it might affect the performance and functionality of the website, and might limit access to website contents.
4.5. Targeting or advertising cookies
These cookies are used to convey content that is more relevant for the user or his or her fields of interest. These can be used to convey targeted advertisements and to limit the number of times one sees an advertisement. They help to measure the efficiency of advertising campaigns on the sites. These cookies are used to remember the websites visited by the user.
Most types of these cookies follow the visitors using their IP addresses and, in doing so, may collect information that can be used for personal identification.
5. Checking cookie settings and disabling cookies
Most browsers allow the modification of cookie settings, and a part of these settings automatically accept cookies by default; this setting, can, however be modified to prevent the visitor from automatic acceptance in the future.
We draw our users’ attention to the fact that the purpose of cookies is to support and make easier the usability and processes of the website; in the event of disabling them, we cannot guarantee that the visitor will be able to fully use all website functions. In this case, the website might operate differently than planned.
6. Further detailed information on the cookie settings in the following browsers
- Google Chrome
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 11
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 10
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 9
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 8
7. References to other websites
8. Website visitor (Data Subject) rights:
- Request information about the processing of his or her personal data
- Accessing and requesting the releasing of stored data (not applicable for cookies)
- Requesting the rectification of his or her personal data (not applicable for cookies)
- Modify or delete his or her settings concerning cookies and technical identifiers.