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Cookie – Use of cookie

Cookies – Use of cookies

This Cookie Policy (heretofore known as: cookies) is in effect on this provider-operated homepage,, which contains conditions for cookies. The following rules are in effect for the appropriate use of the site, and we operate the site according to these rules:

Please read this document carefully and only use our services if you agree with it in its entirety, and you accept that it applies and is binding to you, the User (heretofore:  User). Please note that this existing policy only applies to the processing of cookies on the captioned web page. Should you wish to click on an external reference on our page, please find and read carefully that web page’s own policy as well.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small file which a website can use to improve the browsing experience. In accordance with the prevailing rules now in effect, we may only use cookies that are essential for operation of the web page. Your permission is required for the use of any other types of cookies.

This page uses certain types of cookies. Some cookies are used by external providers which appear on our page.  The requirement for your permission applies to the following:


The use of cookies originating from a third party may also occur on this web page. Cookies can be erased and blocked from browsers. Further, the cookies themselves can be blocked. You will find information about how to create these settings on your browser’s official website.

What is the purpose of cookies?

We use this technology for several purposes, for example, in order to supply the User with the most relevant content or information; to improve our products and services; and to safeguard the security of our services. The cookies we use and the specific names of pixels and other similar technologies may change from time to time with service providers’ developing and updating activities, and they do not collect personally identifiable information about you.


How is a cookie created?

When a client’s computer sends a request to the server, the server creates a unique identifier and stores it in its own database; then the cookie created by the server is sent back to the client. The cookie which is returned to the client is stored on the client’s computer.

How is a cookie used?

When the client computer returns to the same server, it retrieves the previously created and stored cookie. The server compares the content of the cookie it receives with that of the cookie it has stored. In this way, it easily identifies a registered user, for example.

Please consult the following links for information about cookie settings on the most popular browsers:

The Google Data Proection Policies may be found here:

What cookies do we use?

  1. Transient cookies (session)
  2. Performance cookies (Google Analytics)
  3. Ad cookies (Google AdWords Remarketing, Facebook announcements)

Many cookie types are used, and every website uses different types. In general, our homepage uses the following, but in the case of developing the site, it may happen that others may be applied as well.

  • __utma (Google)
  • __utmb (Google)
  • __utmc (Google)
  • __utmz (Google)
  • __utmt (Google)
  • _ga (Google)
  • _gid (Google)
  • _gat_gtag_UA_114203410_1 (Google)
  • c_user (Facebook)
  • __utmb (Google)
  • _wordpress (WordPress, required cookie)

Budapest, May 2018

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