Personal data controller – B3D s.c., further information are available on Privacy police page.
I. What is a Cookie?
Cookies are small text files, sent by a web server and stored on a device on which the website is browsed (so called end-device) on the hard disk of the PC, laptop or on the smartphone memory card.
The most frequently used types of cookies by B3D s.c. :
1) session cookies - temporary files that are stored in the end-device until logging-out;
2) persistent cookies - files stored by a web browser that will remain valid until its set expiry date, unless deleted by the user before the expiry date;
3) analytics cookies - files that collect information about how visitors use the website, which website the user came from, the number of each user’s visits and how long a user stays on the website. The files enable to identify the preferences of the person visiting the website and to adapt the website to the visitors’ interests by e.g. remembering user settings or matching the products to the interests of the visitor. The files do not record the individual user’s specific details but are used to comply statistics on the usage of the website.
4) own cookies – files placed on the website directly by B3D s.c. for the purpose of:
a) authorization in the online shop and ensuring session in the online shop after logging, thanks to which there is no need of re-logging on every page of the online shop or after going to an external website;
b) analyses and audience measurement of the website;
5) external cookies - files placed on the website by third parties.
II. How to change Cookie settings:
Detailed information on how to change the settings for cookies and how to delete them yourself in the most popular web browsers can be found in the help section of your web browser and at the following links:
Internet Explorer browser;
Microsoft Edge browser.
III. Google Analytics:
IV. IP addresses/system logs
Using the website involves the reveal to B3D s.c. of the person's device IP address. B3D s.c. many store IP addresses for detection of technical problems with the server and preparation of statistical analyses. The IP number allows access to the Internet, and in most cases it changes every time you connect to the Internet.
B3D may also collect so-called system logs, i.e. the register of events - which means a chronological record of information about events and activities concerning the website. They contain data such as the IP address from which you have accessed a given subpage, the address of this website and the time of connection. System logs are mainly used for statistical purposes. The analysis of system logs also allows you to adjust the content of the website and the presented marketing content to preferences of the person browsing the website.
V. Contact form / Newsletter
VI. Links to other websites.