What is a cookie?
A cookie is a packet of information, defined by the server, that the server sends to the browser and the browser sends to the server with each request. Browsers usually store cookies in plain text file(s) (cookie files), so some cookies will be available even after you turn off and restart your browser.
What cookies does radroller.hu use and for what?
We classify the cookies used on our sites into the following categories:
1. Absolutely necessary cookies
These cookies are necessary for browsing our website, using its features and remembering actions taken on the site. They are only valid for the duration of your visit and are automatically deleted from your computer at the end of your session or when you close your browser.
2. Cookies for performance measurement
We use Google Analytics cookies to analyse our website so that we can develop and improve our portal in line with visitors’ habits. Importantly, these cookies cannot and do not attempt to specifically identify visitors. You can read more about them here.
3. Functional cookies
They make your website easier and more enjoyable to use.
4. Cookies used for targeting or advertising
In this case, we share some of the content of the cookies with a third party on which we advertise. Eg. For Google advertising with Google. (you can disable this feature at any time).
They aim to provide visitors with information that may be of interest or importance to them. These cookies are also unable to specifically identify visitors (the IP address just used is only partially recorded).
What are those third party cookies?
These cookies are only sent when you visit certain sub-pages and are only used to store the fact and time of your visit to that sub-page.
How can you check / delete / remove cookies?
Cookies are automatically accepted by most browsers to ensure that websites function properly and are user-friendly.
It is important to be aware that disabling/removing some or all cookies – which you can do at any time in your browser settings – may change the way the website works, affecting other users of your computer.
You can read about the cookie settings of the most popular browsers at the following links
Some browsers allow you to restrict cookies by setting security levels.
More information about cookies:
General information: https://hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP-süti