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cookie is a small text file, or small packs of information, which are stored through the Internet browser of your end device (computer, tablet, laptop or mobile phone) when you visit various sites and pages on the Internet. The main purpose of cookies is to make the user recognizable when he returns to the Website, and some cookies also have a more specific application, such as storing the user’s behavior on the site and making it easier for the user to use the Website.

We use cookies to make our site more efficient and more secure for users, and to facilitate the use of it. Some elements of our website need to identify the browser from which the visit was made, also after changing the page. In this case, no personal data is collected.

Cookies are stored on the user’s computer and transmitted to our site from there. Therefore, as a user, you have complete control over the use of cookies. By changing the settings in your internet browser, you can disable or restrict the transfer of cookies. Already saved cookies can be deleted at any time. This can also be done automatically. If you disable cookies for our website, full use of some of its functions may no longer be possible.

You can avoid storing cookies by setting up your browser. We hereby indicate to you that in this case you could use most of this page.

How are cookies used on this Website?

We use cookies on this Website primarily to facilitate the usability of the site, improve its performance and store information about user behavior. No personal data is stored in this process, i.e. through the cookies on the site https://doklestic.law/ cannot identify you as a person, therefore the Personal Data Protection Act does not apply to the collection of this information. The information collected from cookies is usually used in summary form to analyze the user behavior of the Website, which allows us to improve the functionality of the site, user paths and content used.

What cookies are used on this Website?

Session cookies

This type of cookie makes it easier for you to use the site, as they store information temporarily, only during the session of the browser used. Usually the information stored through them is what services were of interest to the user, which pages of the site you visited and how you got to a particular information. These cookies do not collect information from your end device and are automatically deleted when you leave the Website or end your browser session.

Persistent cookies

They allow us to store specific information about browsing, such as analyzing site visits, how you reached the Website, what pages you viewed, what options you chose, and where you went through that Website. Tracking this information allows us to make improvements to the Website, including correcting errors and expanding the content. The shelf life of this type of cookies varies according to their specific purpose.

We use temporary cookies to optimize our site. Temporary (session) cookies are short-term cookies that are used only during your session. They are deleted as soon as you close your browser (or you can choose to delete them earlier).

To a limited extent, we also use persistent cookies. These are long-lasting cookies that remain on your device for a period of time before they expire or until you delete them. Their duration can be from 1 month to 10 years.

We use Google Analytics cookies, which are analytics cookies that allow us to collect anonymous information about how visitors use our website. These cookies can tell us how many visitors use our website, the time and duration of use, and to provide information about how visitors navigate the website. This information helps us to improve the way our website works. The information is anonymous and does not contain any personal data.

The legal basis for the processing of personal data with a view to the use of technically necessary cookies is Article 6 (1) (f) of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (GDPR).

The legal basis for the processing of personal data with a view to the use of cookies for analysis with the consent of the user is Article 6 (1) (a) of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (GDPR).

Third party cookies

We do not use any third-party cookies. We also do not use any marketing cookies.

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Our Website has links to other sites or embedded content from other sites, such as Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Google+ and more. When visiting these sites or opening their content, cookies from these websites may be stored on your end device. It is these cookies that are defined as “third party cookies”, and we have no control over the generation and management of these cookies. We therefore advise you to look for information about them and how they manage the websites of the respective third parties.

How can I manage the use of cookies from this Website?

All browsers allow the management of cookies from a specially created folder on your browser. You can block the receipt of cookies, delete all or part of them or set your preferences regarding the use of cookies before initiating a visit to https://doklestic.law/ . Please note that deleting or blocking cookies may adversely affect the functions of our Website, and hence your user experience on it.

Disable or block cookies

The control, disabling or blocking of cookies is controlled by the settings of your browser. Below you will find links to redirect you to help information on the Internet on how to control cookies in different types of browsers. Please note that a total ban on the use of all cookies may affect the functional presentation of the site, its effectiveness and access to certain information.

You can restrict the coverage of data and cookies from Google as well as processing if you enable and install the available browser -Plug-in: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.

All cookies used on this Website are automatically deleted / deleted after a certain period of time. This period varies up to 365 days according to the purpose of the specific cookie.

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