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From the point of view of the purpose, cookies allow these websites to function properly.
If you have a user account and are signing in to this site, set a temporary cookie to verify that your browser is receiving cookies. This cookie does not contain any personal data and is closed when you close your browser.
When logging in, we also set up several cookies to store your login information and to set the screen display. Logged cookies have a lifetime of two days. If you confirm the “Remember” option, your login will take two weeks. If you sign out of your account, the login cookies will be removed.
This website uses the following cookies:
|Name||Lifetime||Function / Purpose|
|PHPSESSID||session||Session ID of the user for security reasons. It is stored until you turn off your browser.|
|_icl_current_language||1 day||Saves your preferred language if you select jayzka.|
|2 days / 2 weeks / during check-in||Indicator that the visitor is logged in. The placeholder in the name of this cookie is replaced by a unique identifier that is pseudonymized and does not contain your personal information.|
All information obtained from cookies is stored for the lifetime of the cookie and used for the purpose stated in the above table.
We do not share the data we get with anyone.
How do cookies work?
Http protocol is the protocol that communicates the web server on which the web pages are stored with your browser.
HTTPS is a version of http that uses encrypted communications.
As a cookie , the http / https protocol indicates a small amount of data the web server sends to the browser, and then stores it on your computer, tablet, or other device from which you access the site. Each time the browser visits the same server, the browser sends the data back to the web server.
Cookies are commonly used to distinguish individual users, store user preferences, and so on. It also helps the server know what states you’ve been through on the site, and you may have to go back to the previous page. Cookies can also be set on the server side.
Cookies as such are not executable code and are not dangerous to your computer, but may be a means of interfering with your privacy. The web site you visit may store any information you may find on your website during your stay on the website, watch what you are interested in, on which pages you have stayed longer, retain your entire web path. Cookies contain information on how long they are to be stored. Some are one-time / temporary, and they end up closing your browser or logging out of pages, others may have a lifetime in months or years, and you are recognized for re-visiting the site. In the event that your computer is infected, the cookie attacker may obtain your personal information and may in certain cases prove your identity to the web site you are visiting.
From the point of view of the legislation (GDPR), cookies are used to identify users or devices that the user uses personal data and as such the site operator is obliged to protect it and their processing is possible only under the legal conditions.
Legal Terms and Conditions for Using Cookies
- However, consent is not required for cookies that are used only to ensure that the site is functioning properly, optimized, or is necessary to enable the service provider to provide services explicitly requested by the user.
- You have the right to know how the cookie data will be used.
- You should always be able to disable or reject cookies, which you can do by setting up your browser. The result is smaller (sometimes significantly smaller) comfort when you move on the web site.
- You have the right to ask the data administrator (the site operator or the person who obtains data from your computer’s cookies) to erase or correct the data if you find that they do not match the facts.
How to Disable Cookies
If you do not want to allow cookies, you can prevent them from saving on your computer by setting the browser you are using. You can set whether to enable cookies, so you can set up the “Do NOT Track” feature that sends you to a web server that you are accessing a signal that you do not want to be tracked (sending this request alone does not ensure it is respected by the server). You can also create a list of third parties whose access to your computer will be blocked.
Learn more about the most commonly used browsers:
- Microsoft Edge – Settings> Privacy> Cookies
- Microsoft Explorer – Tools> Internet Options> Personal Tab> Settings
- Chrome – Settings> Advanced Settings> Content Settings> Cookies
- Mozilla Firefox – Settings> Options> Privacy & Security> Tracking Protection
- You can also set the Do Not Track function in the setting .
If you can not find the above cookie settings in your browser, please refer to the browser settings you are using.