What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file placed on your device by the websites that you visit. Cookies are then sent back to this website on each subsequent visit, or to another webpage that recognizes that cookie. Cookies are used in order to make the website work, or to work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the website. Such information may be used to provide a more personalized and responsive service.
Cookies normally contain:
- the name of the network server that sent a cookie,
- the life span of the cookie,
- the value of the cookie, usually a randomly generated unique number.
Cookies may be either first-party cookies set directly by us to your device or third-party cookies set by a third-party provider on our behalf. Whenever you use this webpage, information may be collected through cookies and other similar technologies (e.g., web beacons, tags, scripts, local storage, etc.).
With cookies we may collect your IP address, device ID, pages viewed, traffic data, type of traffic, operating station, internet operator, time code, URL from which you are redirected, and location data, depending on the device you are using and the cookie preferences you opt for via the cookie banner.
Cookies that we use do not collect personal data, such as name, telephone number, address, e-mail address, or bank account or credit card details.
When you land on our website, you are provided with options to allow or deny cookies. Effects of each option are described in more detail below. Please note that the option to allow or deny cookies is only effective on our website and not on other websites from other controllers, which may be hyperlinked to our website or portal. For more information on cookies used by those websites, please refer to the relevant privacy notice or cookie notice available at these websites.
Types of cookies
There are different types of cookies depending on their origin, function, and lifespan.
First-party cookies are cookies that are placed by us on our website that you visit.
Third-party cookies are cookies that are placed by a third party on our website that you visit (e.g., cookies placed by Google).
- Strictly necessary cookies: A strictly necessary cookie is a type of cookie that is used by the website to function properly, without which the site would not work. This type of cookie does not collect any personally identifiable information about you and does not track your browsing habits. Strictly necessary cookies are essential for websites to work because they help improve your experience on the site and make it easier for you to use. For example, cookies can be used to remember your language preferences and other settings that you’ve set in order to make your visit as efficient as possible.
- Non-necessary cookies: these cookies are not necessary for a website for its basic functionality. If these cookies are disabled, the website will still function smoothly, and the user can access its services. These often have a different purpose that is unrelated to the functionalities of the website. For e.g., cookies set by Facebook pixel.
Which cookies do we use?
Our website uses and deploys the following key cookies:
|This cookie is used to manage the server workload in the group’s hosting.
|This cookie is used to distinguish between humans and bots.
|This cookie is used for session management in J2EE web applications for HTTP protocol.
|This cookie is set by GDPR Cookie Consent plugin. The cookies is used to store the user consent for the cookies in the category “Necessary”.
|Registers the state of the default button of the corresponding category and the status of the consent.
|The cookie is used by Cloudflare (a web security company) to help manage incoming traffic that matches criteria associated with bots.
|This cookie is used in the context of load balancing. The cookie optimizes the response rate between the visitor and the site, by distributing the traffic load on multiple network links or servers.
|New Relic APM is a software analytics service used to monitor web server performance and usage. This cookie is used to store a session identifier so that New Relic can monitor session counts for an application
|This cookie is installed by Google Analytics. The cookie is used to calculate visitor, session, campaign data and keep track of site usage for the site’s analytics report. The cookies store information anonymously and assign a randomly generated number to identify unique visitors.
|This cookie is used for Google Analytics to distinguish individual users by means of designation of a randomly generated number as client identifier, which allows calculation of visits and sessions.
|This cookie is used for Google Analytics to throttle request rate.
|This cookie is installed by Google Analytics. The cookie is used to store information of how visitors use a website and helps in creating an analytics report of how the website is doing. The data collected including the number visitors, the source where they have come from, and the pages visited in an anonymous form.
|This cookie is set by Facebook to deliver advertisement when they are on Facebook or a digital platform powered by Facebook advertising after visiting this website.
The cookies designated as necessary cookies are deployed regardless of whether you opt against or for the use of all cookies. On the other hand, cookies designated with a Non-necessary function are deployed only if you opt for the use of all cookies.
Other non-necessary cookies include the following cookies:__Secure-3PSIDCC, __Secure-1PSIDCC, SIDCC, __Secure-1PAPISID, SAPISID, APISID, __Secure-3PSID, __Secure-1PSID, SID, SSID, HSID, __Secure-3PSIDTS, __Secure-1PSIDTS, __Secure-3PAPISID, DV, AEC, NID, 1P_JAR, OTZ, SEARCH_SAMESITE, CONSENT, and AID. More descriptive information about these non-necessary cookies are available directly in the privacy policies of their providers. We have included a short description of these service providers below.
For example, Google Analytics uses a set of cookies to collect information and report site usage statistics without personally identifying individual visitors to Google. ‘_ga’, the main cookie used by Google Analytics, enables a service to distinguish one visitor from another and lasts for 2 years. Any site that implements Google Analytics, including Google services, uses the ‘_ga’ cookie. Each ‘_ga’ cookie is unique to the specific property, so it cannot be used to track a given user or browser across unrelated websites.
Facebook Ads (Facebook pixel)
Facebook Ads conversion tracking (Facebook pixel) is an analytics service provided by Facebook, Inc. that connects data from the Facebook advertising network with actions performed on this website. The Facebook pixel tracks conversions that can be attributed to ads on Facebook, Instagram, and Audience Network.
LinkedIn Insight Tag
LinkedIn Insight Tag conversion tracking is an analytics service provided by LinkedIn Corp. that connects data from the LinkedIn advertising network with actions performed on this website. The LinkedIn Insight Tag tracks conversions that can be attributed to ads on LinkedIn.
Our website uses social plug-ins (“plug-ins”) provided by the social network service linkedin.com. These plug-ins are indicated by a LinkedIn logo and a “LinkedIn Social Plug-in” label. Whenever you open a page on our website that uses this social plug-in, your browser will establish a direct connection to LinkedIn’s servers. LinkedIn transfers the content of the plug-in to your browser, which in turn integrates it into the web page. Integrating plug-ins this way allows LinkedIn to be notified when you access one of our web pages that contain the plug-in. If you are logged into your LinkedIn account at the time, LinkedIn will be able to link your visit to our web page to your LinkedIn account. Whenever you interact with LinkedIn plug-ins – e.g., by clicking the “Like” button – your browser will transfer the corresponding information directly to LinkedIn, where it will be stored. Please refer to LinkedIn’s data protection notes for details on the scope of data being captured, the way that LinkedIn uses and processes your data, and your rights and configuration options for protecting your privacy. If you do not want LinkedIn to collect data about you while you are visiting our website, you will have to log out of your LinkedIn account before navigating to our website.
How can I manage cookies?
You can disable or remove cookies from your device at any time via the settings of your browser. Each browser has its own specific settings. Please keep in mind, removing or disabling certain cookies may impact your user experience and parts of this webpage may no longer be fully functional.
As an alternative, you can block all cookies by activating the setting on your browser that allows you to refuse the setting of all or some cookies. However, if you use your browser settings to block all cookies (including essential cookies) you may not be able to access all or parts of our site.
Amendments to this cookie notice
TOPFIBRA d.o.o. reserves the right to update this Cookie Notice in order to keep it up to date and in accordance with specifics of our data processing activities.
Date of last update is always specified at the end of the Cookie Notice.
We recommend that you regularly check this Cookie Notice and the Privacy Notice, in order to keep yourself informed about the personal data that we process and updated with our processing activities.
Additional information and contact details
For additional information regarding our processing of personal data and suggestions for improvement please contact us at [email protected] or at TOPFIBRA d.o.o., Ulica 25. maja 27, 6258 Prestranek, Slovenia.
This Cookie Notice is effective and binding from the date hereof until replaced or amended.
In Prestranek, on 9/11/2023
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