The Service ( uses session and persistent cookies. Session cookies are stored temporarily and deleted when you close your browser. Persistent cookies are saved after you close your session.

Some cookies set on the Alfabit service website are also placed by information, advertising, analytics partners ("Partners") who may combine cookies collected through the service with other information provided by you or collected from other websites.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a tiny file that contains text information and is stored by a Web browser when a User visits Web sites. It allows the Alfabit service, in an open browser, to store and determine the User's Internet activity and individual preferences.

Certain cookies set on the service's website, in particular those combined with unique identifiers and other information obtained by the service, may be used to identify the User ("Cookie Identifiers''). The Service does not use Cookie Identifiers to identify the User, however, since Cookie Identifiers can theoretically lead to the identification of the User, the Service considers such data as information that identifies the User.

The Service uses cookies on the basis of the User's consent. The User is not obliged to give the service permission to process cookies.

The User gives its consent to the processing of cookies and takes into account this Cookie Policy in the following cases:

  • In the case of Cookie IDs, by clicking the "I Agree" button on the cookie pop-up;
  • In the case of other cookies (i.e., those that cannot identify you), simply when using the service.

By accepting this Policy, the User voluntarily, clearly and explicitly understands that they are informed and gives their express consent to the collection and processing of their cookies by the ( service as described in this Cookie Policy.

In order to refuse the processing of the Cookie Identifiers the User must click on the refusal link at the bottom of the web page. Upon the User's refusal, Alfabit must immediately disable the cookie IDs and delete the User's cookie IDs from all of its systems.

Use of Cookies

The use of cookies set on the Alfabit website (and also by Partners) takes place in order to analyze the use and traffic of the service and to improve its performance.

The Partners can also use the cookies collected through the service for purposes beyond those for which Alfabit needs cookies, in particular for:

  • Setting User preferences when using other sites;
  • Displaying ads that are most relevant to the User;
  • Evaluating the activity of advertising campaigns for the types of activities that use Partners' services;
  • Tracking the User's actions on the sites.

Alfabit does not use automatic decision making when processing the User's Cookie Identifiers.

Alfabit shall not store the User's cookie IDs for longer than the purposes of processing, i.e. until the User has opted out of the service in accordance with the "Consent to Use of Cookies" section.

The User agrees that Alfabit may distribute its Cookie Identifiers if the processing purposes mentioned in the "Use of Cookies" section so require:

  • With companies in the same business group as Alfabit and, or companies with similar ownership structure or under common management with Alfabit;
  • with the Partners;

Affiliates may set their own cookies on the service site and may therefore collect the Cookie IDs themselves.

Transfer of cookies to third countries

The User agrees that the categories of persons who may receive its Cookie Identifiers according to the section "Distribution of Cookie Identifiers" may be outside its country and the European Economic Area. As a result, its Cookie Identifiers may be transferred from its country and the European Economic Area to countries where data protection and privacy regulations may differ from its country and provide a lower level of protection.

User rights regarding cookies

The user of the service ( has the right:

  • Receive information from Alfabit regarding Alfabit's processing of Cookie Identifiers;
  • To receive from Alfabit, without unreasonable delay, the correction of inaccurate Cookie Identifiers that bother you;
  • To have your cookie IDs deleted ("right to be forgotten");
  • To restrict the processing of the Cookie Identifiers where permitted by applicable law;
  • To receive from Alfabit the Cookie Identifiers in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and to transfer this data to another controller without any hindrance from the service;
  • File a complaint against Alfabit with a data protection supervisor.

Alfabit may update its Cookie Policy from time to time. If the service changes this Cookie Policy, which extends its rights to collect, process, use and store the User's Cookie Identifiers, such changes shall apply to the User only after the User has consented to such changes. All other changes shall apply to the User after the publication of the new Cookie Policy on the website of the service

Last update: 14.03.2024