Cookies

To make this web site work properly and to improve user experience, we need to save a small amount of information (cookies) on your computer. More than 90% of all web pages are used in this way, but according to the EU provisions of March 25, 2011, we are obliged to seek your consent before saving cookies. By using this web site, you agree to the use of cookies, while blocking them still allows browsing the page, but some of its features will not be available to you.

What is a cookie?

 

A cookie is an information that a visited web page saves on your computer. Cookies usually save user settings and settings for a web page, such as the selected language or address. When you re-open the same web page, the web browser sends back the cookies that belong to that page. This allows the page to display information tailored to your needs.

 

Cookies can store a wide range of information and even personal information such as your name or e-mail address. However, this information can only be saved if you allow it - the web pages cannot access the information you have not provided and cannot access other files on your computer. Default saving and sending cookie activity is not visible to you, but you can change your browser settings by choosing whether you want to allow or reject cookie requests, delete cookies automatically when you close the web browser and so forth.

 

How to disable cookies?

 

By turning off cookies, you decide whether you want to allow cookies to be stored on your computer. The cookie settings can be controlled and configured in your web browser. For information about cookie settings, select one of the regular web browsers:

If you disable cookies, you will not be able to use some of the functionality on our web pages.

 

What are temporary Cookies?

 

Temporary cookies or session cookies are removed from your computer when you close the web browser. With them, online sites store temporary information, such as items in a shopping cart.

 

What are persistent cookies?

 

Persistent or saved cookies remain on your computer after you close the web browser. With them, web sites store information such as your login name and password, so you do not have to sign in for each visit to a specific page. Persistent cookies remain on your computer for days, months, even years.

 

What are first-party cookies?

 

First-party cookies come from online sites you're watching and can be persistent or temporary. With these cookies, web sites can store data that will be reused when you revisit the same web site.

 

What are third-party cookies?

 

Third-party cookies come from ads from other web sites (banners, etc.) that are on the web site you're watching. With these cookies, online sites can keep track of Internet usage for marketing purposes.

 

Does the Faculty of Food Technology and Biotechnology use cookies?

 

Yes, primarily with the goal of providing better user experience when viewing our web pages.

 

What kind of cookies are used by the Faculty of Food Technology and Biotechnology and why?

 

Temporary cookies are automatically deleted when you close the web browser. The Faculty of Food Technology and Biotechnology used them to provide access to content and enable actions that you can do when you log in with your data at the Faculty of Food Technology and Biotechnology. Persistent cookies usually stay in your browser until they expire or until you manually delete them. The Faculty of Food Technology and Biotechnology is using persistent cookies for functionalities such as "Stay logged in", which makes it easier for you to access the site as a registered user. We also use persistent cookies to better understand user habits and improve them. This information is anonymous - Faculty of Food Technology and Biotechnology does not see individual user data.

 

Are there third-party cookies on the web site?

 

There are several external services on the web site that save cookies to user computers. These cookies are set for the normal functioning of certain features that make it easier for users to access content. To measure traffic, the Faculty of Food Technology and Biotechnology is using Google Analytics. If you want to disable this service to save cookies, you can do so by using Google Analytics Opt-out.