The WEBSALTY BEOGRAD, with its registered office at the address 100 Mileve Maric Anstajn St., 11070 Novi Beograd, registration number: 65350645, TIN: 111349976 (hereinafter: WEBSALTY) cares about your privacy and is committed to protect it.
We use technology on our website to provide information that helps us improve your experience and our products and services. The cookies (“Cookies”) we use allow our website to function and help us understand which information and advertisements are most useful to you, as our visitor.
What are cookies?
Why do we collect cookies?
The website may use web analytics tools, such as Google Analytics and/or Unica, to track your interactions with a site and to store information, such as at what time you visited it, whether you have visited it before and what site referred you to it. Website measurement statistics can be used to personalize your website experience, as well as to evaluate – anonymously and in aggregate – statistics on website activity. We use this information to measure the effectiveness of our web presence and to compile statistical reports. Where we use Google Analytics, we may share this information with Google to help Google improve its products and services. Neither we nor Google shall use (or authorize any third party to use) this tool to track or collect personal data about you or to associate your personal data with Google Analytics data.
Some of the pages you visit may also collect information using pixel tags (also called clear gifs) that may be shared with third parties who directly support WEBSALTY’s promotional activities and our website development. The information collected using these pixel tags is not, however, personally identifiable, although it can be linked to your personal data.
Types of cookies
The following is a classification of cookies depending on their characteristics:
- Depending on the company that manages them:
Own: these are sent to the user’s terminal computer system from a computer or domain managed by the editor from which the service requested by the user is given.
From third parties: these are sent to the user’s terminal computer system from a computer system or domain not managed by the editor but by another company treating the data obtained via cookies.
- Depending on the time they remain active:
Per session: these gather and store data while the user accesses a web page.
Persistent: data remains stored in the computer system and may be accessed and treated during a period defined by the person responsible for the cookie.
- Depending on its purpose:
Technical: allows the user to navigate using a web page, platform or application and use different options or services that exist on it, for example, to check traffic and data communication, identify the session, enter parts of restricted access, remember elements that make the order, process an order, register the application or participation in an event, use security elements during navigation, store contents for the diffusion of videos or audios or share contents through social networks.
Customization: allows users to access services with certain predefined general characteristics depending on certain criteria in the user’s computer system, for example, language, type of browser through which the service is accessed, regional configuration from where the service is being accessed, etc.
Analysis: allows the monitoring and analysis of the behavior patterns of the users of webpages to which they are linked (for example, measuring the activity on websites, setting up user navigation profiles on the sites, so as to introduce improvements depending on the analysis of the use made by the users of the services).
Publicity: allows management of the advertising spaces included on a Web page based on criteria such as edited content or the frequency the advertisements are shown.
Behavioral publicity: allows management of advertising spaces included on a Web page and the storage of information relating to the behavior of the users, obtained through continued tracking of navigation habits, which then allows a specific profile to be developed and to show publicity depending on this.
The user can configure the browser to accept or reject cookies by default.
The procedure required to block and eliminate cookies may differ from one Internet browser to another, so you may change it at any time according to the instructions given by the Internet browser concerned, as shown below:
• Cookie settings for Internet Explorer
• Cookie settings for Firefox
• Cookie settings for Google Chrome
• Cookie settings for Safari
These browsers are subject to updates or changes, so we cannot guarantee that they coincide exactly with the version of your web browser.
Cookies on the Web
On the Web, the following types of cookies are used:
Include here a definition of cookies used following the next example:
Own and third-party cookies (Google analytics:
Per session and persistent cookies
Technical and analytical cookies
Continuing to browse this website without denying its authorization implies that you accept its use by the owner.