Cookie Policy

Everything you need to know about our cookie policy.

This Cookie Policy complements our Privacy Policy and explains how we use cookies on a website operated by a company dotidot s.r.o. registered in the Czech Republic, contact e-mail and on its subdomains, and

What Are Cookies?

Cookies are small text files used by a majority of websites, created by a Web server and stored on your device through your browser. When you return to the same site, the browser sends the cookie back to the server and stores it, so the site gets all the information that you have previously saved. Cookies are created to track data about user’s activity on a web, e. g. about logging in and browsing the website. Also, clicks on specific links or bugs are reported. The cookie is not a computer program thus cannot be used to spread malware. Cookies are used mostly for:
user identification via network identifiers
preservation of user preferences
help users complete their website tasks without having to rewrite the information when navigating from a page to a page or a new site visit
search for bugs and site bugs
to record user activity
to create marketing and ads relevant to users

Types of Cookies

There are two types of cookies. A cookie can be classified by its lifespan and the website owner to whom it belongs.
By lifespan, a cookie is either a:
short-term (session) cookies which are cleared from your computer after you close your browser.
long-term (persistent) cookies which remain preserved even after closing the browser and which expire based on the settings of your browser and settings of the individual cookies. You can also manually delete these.
As for the website owner to whom it belongs, there are either:
first-party cookies which are set by the web server of our page and share the same domain. These cookies are usually either necessary or performance cookies.
third-party cookies which may also be stored via our website, but do not come from our web server. This is possible by using a link to a file, such as JavaScript, that is stored outside of our domain. These cookies are for web analyses and targeted advertising.

On our website we use following cookies

Cookies are used for many reasons described below, for instance for remembering your preferences and generally improving your user experience. In most cases, unfortunately, there are no standardized options to ban all cookies without losing the functionality of the essential parts of the website. Until you give us your explicit consent, we do not store other than technical cookies on your device. You can revoke your consent to the storage of cookies by setting your web browser.

Necessary Cookies

These are the necessary short-term cookies used for the proper functioning of the elements of our website, thanks to which searching on our website, browsing it, launching videos, or accessing secure areas of the website, work.

Statistic Cookies

These cookies help us to understand how you and other visitors interact with our website or which sub-pages are most interesting, therefore you visit it more often, by collecting information and reporting bugs anonymously. All information these cookies collect is aggregated and therefore anonymous.

Marketing cookies

Marketing cookies are used to track your visits across websites. The intention is to display ads that are relevant and engaging for you as a user and thereby more valuable for publishers and third-party advertisers. It collects information about your preferences and choices on the website. They target advertising networks, which then use them to show you customized advertising on other websites. You can usually opt out of these and continue using the site without losing its functionality.

Third-party tools which use cookies to collect data

Bing Ads cookies are used to anonymously identify the user and measure the effectiveness of our advertising and marketing campaigns.
Cloudflare secures and ensures the reliability of a website, API or application.
Doubleclick.Net is an online advertising service created by Google used to create advertising campaigns and target advertising.
Facebook cookies are generally used for marketing and advertising on Facebook, and to create targeted advertising campaigns for the user.
Facebook Pixel is JavaScript code that allows us to measure, optimize and compile user groups for targeted advertising campaigns on our Facebook page.
Google Tag Manager is a tag management system created by Google. It is used for tracking and analytics on our website. It sends collected anonymous information to Google Analytics.
Google Analytics is a web analytics service that tracks and report web traffic. This service produces first party, long-term cookies. Google Analytics is used on many pages regularly to generate anonymous statistics regarding use of the site.
Google AdWords/Google Ads is an online advertising service which use cookies and keywords to increase our website relevance within googling.
Hotjar is a service used to analyse traffic and website usage by visitors. is a marketing tool used to collect leads from your individual visits to our website.
LinkedIn cookies help us with the functioning of the content embedded to our website from LinkedIn, as well as for advertising and marketing on LinkedIn. provides us with JavaScript code, which we then use to remarket to users who have already visited our site.
Twitter cookies make it possible to share content from our site and help us measure the effectiveness of our advertising and marketing campaigns.
Zendesk is a service that helps us communicate with you, such as tracking and resolving customer support tickets and determining their priority.
Smartlook is a service that helps us record and analyse your behaviour on our site.
The detailed list of cookies stored to your device and pixels used by our website can be found below.

How to disable cookies in your browser

When you manage cookies in your browser, you can decide which type to enable or disable. As mentioned above, if you disable the use of all cookies, some parts of our site may become malfunctioning.
For more information how to set your cookies in your browser, please visit following support pages:
If you do not want to provide anonymous data about site use to Google Analytics, you can use a plugin provided by Google. After you install and activate it in your browser, it disables the possibility of sending your data to Google Analytics. Furthermore, in the case of Smartlook cookies, you can also use the opt-out option offered by this platform.
For more information about cookies and their use, see or reach us any time by our contact e-mail.

We reserve the right to make any changes and corrections to this policy. Please refer to this page from time to time to review these and view new additional information (current version of Cookie Policy from 1 November 2022).

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