This policy applies to the use of the site that we operate on the internet domain trencin2026.sk
We use cookie programs to collect information about users. A cookie is a small data file that is stored on your device (e.g. mobile device or computer) when you use the site and stores information about your devices, actions and settings for a certain period of time. The cookie allows the site to recognize you the next time you visit the browser or store your settings and other information. This is common practice for most web portals.
We may use two types of cookies within the website, so-called persistent cookies or session cookies. While session cookies are deleted when you close your browser, persistent cookies remain on your device after you close your browser and are used the next time you visit the site. The Website may also use other tools to track and collect information about users with similar functionality (e.g. web beacons, Flash cookies, tracking URLs).
1. make the site and its functionalities accessible, operable on different websites, devices and browsers;
2. monitor and analyse the performance, operation and efficiency of the website and to improve it, e.g. how many visitors (users) have been to the website or what browsers they are using;
3. prevent misuse of the site and to prevent and detect fraudulent or otherwise inappropriate behaviour.
We also place cookies from our business partners and third parties on the website, in particular analytical cookies (Google Analytics), which allow us to analyse how visitors (users) use the website, as well as cookies from social networks (Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, Linkedin), which improve and simplify the user interface of the website. The data from these cookies is obtained directly by their operators and the website does not have access to it.
Third-party cookies placed on the site also allow us to learn general information about visitors to the site, such as their preferences based on the websites they have visited, through Pseudonymised Data from third parties. This data is obtained by the third party through the use of specialised cookies called "trackers", which are able to identify the visitor's device (without specific identification of the person) when visiting the website and to remember what pages have been visited through that device. You can delete or disable third party cookies (including those used by trackers) in the same way as standard cookies.