Cookie Notice

WHAT COOKIES DO WE USE?

The website of the JVSZ uses cookies (small files comprising letters and numbers, which are stored in the browser of the user visiting a website or forwarded to the hard disk of your computer if you agree) in order to distinguish a particular user from other users of the website of the JVSZ. This allows the user to more easily browse the website of the JVSZ, and the cookies help the JVSZ develop the website.

During the operation of the website of the JVSZ, the following types of cookies are used by group:

  • Absolutely necessary cookies. These cookies are essential for the operation of the website of the JVSZ. Among other things, they allow you to be also able to log in to limited access areas on the website of the JVSZ. This type of cookie may not be disabled.

    The following information is inserted/collected by cookies: unique login information, session ID (the page should also be able to remember your settings during the session), server affinity and authentication data (in order for the connection to be established and maintained with the most appropriate servers).

    Absolutely necessary cookies are used for the duration of each session (‘session ID cookies’ or ‘session cookies’).

  • Session ID cookies.

    The purpose of cookies used during session management is to store information about the user’s settings or changes in those settings. Session management allows the storage of information about users on the server (user name, shopping items, etc.). Session information is temporary and is deleted after the user has left the site. Session ID cookies will be deleted after you have logged out of the site or have closed your browser.

    Using session ID cookies, our service providers also verify whether the Cookie Notice performing the function of providing consent information has been viewed and ensure the regular appearance of an online cookie use notice, which informs you about the use of cookies by the site and the possibilities of switching it on and off. In addition, session ID cookies store your personal settings in the Program.

    By modifying the cookie function of your browser, you may refuse or disable the use of such cookies. The ‘Help’ tab found in the toolbar of most browsers contains instructions on how to stop the acceptance of new cookies, how you can be notified of the arrival of a new cookie and how you can disable existing cookies. At the same time, if you reject or disable the use of such cookies, you will not be able to use the Program, as these cookies are essential for the operation of the Program.

  • Analytical/performance cookies. These cookies allow visitors to be identified and counted, and they show how visitors move during the use of the website. This helps improve the operation of the website, for example, we help users easily find what they are looking for.

    As external provider, Google Analytics, helps the independent measurement of the hit and other web analytical data of the website. Google Analytics is a web analytics service owned by Google Inc. To identify visitors, Google Analytics use tracking cookies and, with the help of these, prepares analyses and evaluations about the behaviour of users for the owner and operator of the Website/Webplayer/Application. Google Analytics does not record IP information that would allow the identification of the person concerned beyond any doubt.

  • Functionality cookies. These cookies help the identification of users when they visit the website again. Thus, its content is customisable, the users can be called by their names, and the system can remember their settings.

 

Cookies and tracking technologies applied on the website of the Joint Venture Association

Cookie type Expiry Purpose
__utma 2 years after setting/updating They are used for distinguishing between users and sessions. This cookie is generated when the JavaScript library does not contain an existing __utma cookie when the browser is opened. The cookie is updated every time when data are sent to Google Analytics.
__utmt 10 minutes This cookie created by Google Analytics is used for processing user requests and preparing website traffic statistics.
__utmb 30 minutes after setting/updating This cookie created by Google Analytics is used for identifying new sessions/visits and preparing website traffic statistics. This cookie is generated when the JavaScript library does not contain an existing __utmb cookie when the browser is opened. The cookie is updated every time when data are sent to Google Analytics.
__utmc At the end of a browsing session Not used in the ga.js. Set for interoperability with urchin.js. Traditionally, it is used in connection with the __utmb cookie in order to identify whether this is the user’s first session or visit.
__utmz 6 months after setting/updating It contains the data source and the access mode, which explains access to the site by the user. The cookie is generated when the JavaScript library is started and is updated every time when data are sent to Google Analytics.
__utmv 2 years after setting/updating The cookies operated by Google Analytics store visitor-level variable information and prepare statistics about traffic on the website. The cookie is generated when the developer uses the _setCustomVar procedure in connection with an individual change of the user level. When the JavaScript library is opened, it does not contain an existing __utmb cookie. The cookie is also used for the invalidation of the _setVar method. The cookie is updated every time when data are sent to Google Analytics.

 

In addition to the above cookies, the following essential cookies are used for the operation of the website:

 

Cookie type Expiry Purpose
_ga 2 years A cookie used for embedding Google maps
jvsz_session   A cookie essential for the operation of the site
Xsrf-token   A cookie used for angular framework systems

 

A Joint Venture Szövetség szolgáltatói és más társaságok által alkalmazott cookie-k vagy nyomkövető technológiák:

 

Facebook Session identification and analyses. Used for tracking purposes. The datr cookie is inserted when the browser connects to the facebook.com page (with the exception of community iframe plugins). In this case, the cookie helps identify suspicious login activity and keep the user safe. For example, it is used to mark a questionable activity, such as failed login attempts and attempts to create several junk accounts. The session (temporary) of cookies expires at the end of the session. You can enable or disable cookies by changing the settings of your browser. Since the options are different for each browser, please check your browser’s Help menu for further information.
LinkedIn Session identification and analyses. Used for tracking purposes. The datr cookie is inserted when the browser connects to the facebook.com page (with the exception of community iframe plugins). In this case, the cookie helps identify suspicious login activity and keep the user safe. For example, it is used to mark a questionable activity, such as failed login attempts and attempts to create several junk accounts. The session (temporary) of cookies expires at the end of the session. You can enable or disable cookies by changing the settings of your browser. Since the options are different for each browser, please check your browser’s Help menu for further information.

You can disable cookies by changing the browser settings. However, if you disable all cookies in your browser (including essential cookies), you may find that you will not be able to access some or the whole of our website. You can find further information about cookies and how to disable them at www.allaboutcookies.org