This website uses two types of cookies, depending on where the data sent by the cookie goes. Proprietary cookies, i.e. cookies that communicate with the domain of this website, and third party cookies, i.e. cookies whose data leaves your computer to a third party, such as Google Analytics cookies, which allow us to generate statistics on traffic to our website.
In terms of purpose, we also divide cookies into two groups. Those in the first group enable the website to function and adapt to the device from which you view it, and those in the second group are used to analyse traffic and user movement on the website. They can be used when displaying advertising and help you choose advertising that matches your preferences or your type.
This website uses these custom cookies:
|Used to store the encrypted user authentication ticket during Forms authentication.
|Session user ID for security reasons.
|Stores the form of the user environment.
|Stores your preferred language.
|Specifies which cookies are allowed to the visitor.
|An indicator of whether the visitor is new or returning.
Any information obtained from our own cookies is stored for the lifetime of the cookie and is used for the purposes set out in the table above, and those marked Google Analytics are also processed by Google.
They also use the following third party cookies:
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HTTPS is a version of http that uses encrypted communication.
Like Cookie is used in the http/https protocol to refer to a small amount of data that Web server sends them to the browser, which then stores them on your computer, tablet or other device from which you access the website. Your browser then sends this data back to the web server each time you visit the same server.
Cookies are commonly used to distinguish individual users (more precisely, their browsers), store user preferences, etc. They are also used to let the server know what states you have been through on the site and to be able to return to the previous page, for example. Cookies can also be set on the server side.
As such, cookies are not executable code and are not dangerous to your computer, but they can be a means of invading your privacy. The website you visit may store any information it learns about you during your stay on the website in cookies, it may keep track of what interests you, what pages you stay longer on, it may store your entire journey around the website. Cookies contain information in them about how long they are to be kept. Some are one-off/temporary and expire when you close your browser or log out of the site, others may have a lifespan of months or years and make you recognisable when you visit the site again. In the event that your computer is hacked, the attacker may be able to obtain your personal data from the cookies and may, in some cases, be able to prove your identity to the web server you are visiting.
From the point of view of legislation (GDPR), cookies that can be used to identify the user or the device used by the user are personal data, and s as such, the website operator is obliged to protect them and their processing is only possible under legal conditions.
Purpose of cookies. As http is a stateless protocol, some cookies may be necessary for the normal functioning of the website. Others may be used to improve functionality and personalise content, others may track your preferences, may store information that is then pre-populated into forms, may allow tracking of your movements on the internet or on a given website.
Source of cookies. Some cookies may belong to the website operator and work only with the domain on which you are currently viewing the website. However, the operator of the website may allow third parties to place cookies on your computer through its website that provide information to that third party (typically cookies for Google Analytics).
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If you do not want to allow third-party cookies, you can prevent them from being placed on your computer by adjusting the settings of the browser you are using. You can set both whether to allow third-party cookies, and you can set a "Do Not Track" feature that sends a signal to the web server you are accessing that you do not wish to be tracked (simply sending this request does not ensure that it will be honored by the server). You can create a list of third parties whose access to your computer will be blocked.
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Provisions relating to the protection of personal data of natural persons - here.
If you believe that your personal data is not being handled in accordance with the law or if you need any clarification or information, please contact:
CBEU Gastro & hotels s.r.o.
Novovysočanská 2746/1, Žižkov,
130 00 Prague 3
ID 089 19 771
CODE CZ089 19 771
Address of the establishment:
Hotel Resort Relax
Dolní Vltavice 44
382 26 Černá v Pošumaví