Cookies

The amended Electronic Communications Act (Official Gazette RS No. 109/2012; hereinafter: ZEKom-1), which entered into force at the beginning of 2013, introduced new regulations regarding the use of cookies and similar technologies for storing information or access to information stored in the user’s computer or mobile device. Cookies are nothing new; the Act merely implemented new regulations regarding how website users are notified and give their consent to their use.

WHAT IS A COOKIE?

Our website can download a so-called “cookie” into the browser of your computer. Cookies are tiny text files providing information on how many times someone visits our website and what he or she is looking for.

The cookies themselves do not contain any information that would allow for the personal identification. However, if you provide this information yourself, i.e. by registering on our website, your personal information can be linked to the information stored in a cookie. You can always accept or reject cookies.

Most browsers accept cookies automatically, however you can change the configuration in order for the computer to reject cookies or to display a warning before a cookie is saved. For information on the settings of cookies click the name of your browser:

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USAGE OF COOKIES ON OUR WEBSITE

Our website uses cookies so we can distinguish between visitors, track the number of visitors exclusively for our own analytics and thus improve our website. To achieve this, we use the most frequent tool Google Analytics. More on Google Analytics cookies can be read by clicking this link.

Our website also uses cookies providing a more seamless user experience by remembering your login or registration, the data entered into online forms, products entered into the shopping cart, last viewed products, as well as if you agree with the use of cookies.

Cookies used on confiva.com website include:

  1. _gat_gtag_UA_12111490_88 (Identification code of the website to monitor visits. Duration 2 years)
  2. _gid  (Identification of returning users within 24 hours after the initial visit. Duration 24h)
  3. _ga   (Website traffic statistics: counting the number of visits per computer. Duration 2 years)

The information collected by means of cookies will not be disclosed to third persons