Cookies Policy


    1. This document governs the Cookies Policy of the Controller applicable to users - natural persons who browse, read or enter their data on this website (the “Website”). The Controller's identification details are listed at the foot of the website.
    2. The purpose of this Cookie Policy is, inter alia, to duly inform the Website users about the use of cookies, the possibility of granting consent to the use of cookies, and the possibility of disabling the use of cookies.
    3. This Cookie Policy, together with the Privacy Policy, describe how the data of the Website users are obtained, collected, processed and used, and how the Controller obtains and processes information about the Website users by means of cookies.

    1. For the purposes of this Cookie Policy, “cookies” mean cookie files and other similar technologies (such as pixel tags, web beacons or device identifiers) that may automatically collect information when you visit the Website. Information collected in this way may include browser type, operating system, referring URL, information about activities on the Website, and the dates and times of individual visits to the Website. Cookies thus help to provide, protect and improve the services offered.
    2. Cookies in particular:

      1. serve for efficient navigation on the Website, personalisation, saving preferences and generally improving the user’s experience of the Website; and
      2. allow to distinguish whether a particular user has visited the Website in the past or is a new visitor and to assist in recording statistics about visitors to the Website.
    3. The specific purposes for which cookies are used are set out below in Clause 4 of this Cookie Policy.

    1. In general, cookies can be divided on the basis of a number of criteria:

      1. According to who creates and processes cookies, cookies can be divided into:

        • first party cookies, which are created directly by websites or scripts on the same domain. They are most often used to provide the basic functionality of the Website;
        • third party cookies are created by other websites. These websites own some content on the website you visit, such as advertisements, images or videos.
      2. According to their durability, cookies can also be divided into:

        • session cookies are temporary and are stored on the device only until the user finishes working with the web browser, and are deleted after closing it. These cookies are essential for the proper functionality of the website or associated applications;
        • permanent cookies are used for easier and more convenient navigation on the website (e.g. easier and faster navigation). These cookies remain in the browser for a longer period or until they are manually deleted. The length of this period may depend on the selected web browser settings.
      3. According to their intended use, cookies can be divided into:

        • strictly necessary cookies (essential), which are necessary for the operation of the website. These include, for example, cookies that allow the user to log into secure parts of the website. These cookies do not collect information about users that could be used for marketing purposes or to remember what websites users have visited in the Internet environment;
        • performance/statistical cookies are used to improve the functioning of the website. These cookies collect information about how visitors use the website, e.g. which websites visitors go to most often and whether they receive error messages from the website. Performance cookies allow us to record and count the number of visitors to the website, which allows us to track how visitors use the website. These cookies do not collect personally identifiable information about the user. The information collected by these cookies is aggregated and anonymous;
        • functional cookies facilitate the control and improve the functions of the website. They are used to activate specific website functions (e.g. video playing) and to set them according to the user’s preferences (e.g. language). Functional cookies are also used to remember preferences for the next time the user visits the website. However, they do not collect information that can identify the user;
        • targeted and advertising cookies (profiling) are used to track preferences and to send advertising messages in accordance with those preferences.

    1. The following types of cookies are used on the Website:

      Technical name Issuer Purpose and description of cookie Duration
      _utma Google Analytics Used to distinguish users and sessions. The cookie is created when the javascript library executes and no existing __utma cookies exists. The cookie is updated every time data is sent to Google Analytics. 2 years
      _utmb Google Analytics Used to determine new sessions/visits. The cookie is created when the javascript library executes and no existing __utmb cookies exists. The cookie is updated every time data is sent to Google Analytics. 30 minutes
      _utmc Google Analytics Not used in ga.js. Set for interoperability with urchin.js. Historically, this cookie operated in conjunction with the __utmb cookie to determine whether the user was in a new session/visit. Session
      _utmt Google Analytics Used to throttle request rate. 10 minutes
      _utmz Google Analytics Stores the traffic source or campaign that explains how the user reached your site. The cookie is created when the javascript library executes and is updated every time data is sent to Google Analytics. 6 months
      adult_content_agreement SIMPLY DIGITAL s.r.o. Used to verify age. The cookie is created when the user confirms that he/ she is at least 18 years old. The cookie is updated every 7 days when such confirmation is required again. 7 days
      lang SIMPLY DIGITAL s.r.o. Used to adjust user's personal settings, specifically to set the language of the whole website. The cookie is created when the user changes the website language for the first time. The cookie is updated with every next language change. 365 days
      nats SIMPLY DIGITAL s.r.o. Used to track referral program. The cookie is created when the user comes from any affiliate website for the first time. The cookie is updated with every next visit from a different affiliate website. Session
    2. Further information about our cookies and an up-to-date list of cookies is available within individual web browsers, most often in the Developer Tools section.

    1. The use of cookies which process personal data requires the user’s consent, which the user grants by ticking the designated checkbox contained in the cookie bar. If the user does not grant their consent to the use of cookies, the Controller will not use cookies on the Website in relation to the user that are not necessary for the functioning of the Website (i.e. essential cookies). Essential cookies can be disabled in the settings of the browser used. Please note that if you use your browser settings to disable essential cookies, you may not be able to access the Website or certain parts of the Website, or the Website may not function properly.
    2. Users may change their browser settings at any time and reject/remove or allow the use of cookies. The specific procedure differs from browser to browser, so please refer to your browser’s help for further information. For the most common browsers these are:

      1. Chrome
      2. Firefox
      3. MS Internet Explorer / Edge
      4. Safari – MAC & Phone, iPad, or iPod touch
      5. Opera
    3. Rejecting or removing cookies may lead to the Website or some of its services not functioning properly and may have an adverse effect on your user experience. Areas of the Website that could use third party content and related cookies will not be available.

    1. In order to manage the Website or to carry out marketing activities on behalf of the Controller, the Controller may share information obtained through cookies with third parties such as IT companies managing the Website.

    1. Many third-party applications allow users to block or manage cookies. Users can also delete cookies that were previously stored on their device by deleting their browsing history or through third party applications.
    2. For more information about applications that allow users to block or manage cookies and other useful information about cookies, please see, for example, the following websites:

    3. If you have any questions about cookies, you can contact us by via the email address at the foot of the website.

    1. The Controller may unilaterally amend or supplement this Cookie Policy at any time. In the event of any amendment to this Cookie Policy, the Controller shall notify the users of such amendment in sufficient time and in an appropriate manner so that the users have an objective opportunity to familiarise themselves with such amendment.
    2. This Cookie Policy is valid and effective as of 30. 10. 2023.