Services Requiring Personal Data Collection
Registration pages, forms for sending interest
In some cases, registration forms may be required to use the services of fesztival akadémia.hu. On such sites, please provide the personal information (name, postal address, e-mail address) necessary for contact. We sometimes ask for other information (such as demographic information), but we strive to keep the amount and depth of additional information requested in proportion to the benefits of using the service.
If you are asked to provide personal information for a paid service, you may also request additional personal information such as shipping address, credit card number, etc. These data are needed to complete and fulfill the contractual obligations of the payment process.
Placing an anonymous visitor ID (cookie)
Anonymous visitor identifiers (cookies) are files or pieces of information that are stored on your computer (or other Internet-enabled device, such as a smartphone or tablet) when you visit a fesztival akadémia site. A cookie usually contains the name of the site from which it came, its “lifetime” (ie how long it stays on the device) and its value, which is usually a randomly generated unique number.
You can use two types of cookies on fesztival akadémia pages, session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporary, so they stay on your device until you leave fesztival akadémia. Permanent cookies will stay on your device for a long time before you can delete them manually.
Other sites also collect information using pixel tags that can be shared with third parties. This directly supports our promotional activities and website development. For example, the visitor information on our website can be shared with advertising agencies to help us use our online ads more effectively on our websites. However, information is not personally identifiable, although it can be linked to personal information.
Cookies used on fesztival akadémia
Essentially, fesztival akadémia pages need cookies to work correctly, allowing you to navigate through our sites and use different features. For example, remembering previous steps or typed text makes it easier to use when you navigate back to a page in the same session. These cookies do not identify individually.
Cookies for performance measurement and analysis
They help you understand how visitors interact with our sites by providing information about the places you visit. This helps us improve the performance of our sites and optimize our ads. For example, analytical cookies provide information on how much time visitors spend on the site, how they use some of its features, and any issues they encounter, such as error messages. Conversion cookies help us measure when someone clicked on an ad and then visited the advertised website and performed a predefined action. Conversion cookies are not used to target ads, but are only stored for a limited period of time. These cookies collect data collectively and anonymously, do not identify individually, and do not collect information (eg IP address) indirectly related to the visitor’s person.
These cookies allow you to perform features such as saving individual settings, community sharing, features (such as staying logged in during login, or address / region commenting) to provide a more personal online experience. The information collected by such cookies may include personal identification data shared by the user as a username or a profile picture. We are always clear about what information we collect, what we do with it and who we share it with. If you do not accept these cookies, it may affect the customer experience on the website, such as the performance and functionality of the site, and may restrict access to the content of the site.
Personalized ads displaying remarketing cookies
These cookies allow us to make the ads we run more attractive to users. With their help, it is possible for the visitors of the previous website to display ads on other websites. For example, they can record what browsers or devices users are using, what websites they have visited, and what subpages they’ve viewed. These cookies do not serve as personal identification.
Third-party service providers
In many cases, we use external service providers to provide services. As regards to personal data processed in the systems of external service providers, the provisions of the third party’s own privacy notice shall prevail.
This site is an anonymous IP address, so within the European Union or in the European Economic Area contracting states, Google makes your IP address unidentifiable before being forwarded. The IP address provided by your browser via Google Analytics is not linked to other data from Google. By properly configuring your browser, you can prevent cookies from being stored on your computer. However, please note that in this case you may not be able to take full advantage of all the features provided by this site. By downloading and installing the plug-in under the link below, you may prevent Google from collecting and processing data generated by cookies that may be used by you on this Site: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
To track or measure the advertising campaigns of Facebook Inc. (“Facebook”), and to create custom remarketing sites based on site visits, and to use Facebook Analytics, we use a short snippet (browser code) called Facebook Pixel. Facebook Pixel collects and sends information related to a session to a website via HTTP via HTTP headers – such as the visitor’s IP address, the date of the visit, the browser used, the page(s) viewed, and the source of the link. Facebook can link this information to a specific advertiser or Facebook user using a Pixel ID or Facebook cookie, so it can be determined whether that visitor has interacted with any of the advertiser’s ads before, or whether it complies with any of the ads. advertiser predefined audience attribute that can be used to classify into an ad segment. Facebook stores the collected data in aggregated and anonymous form in its own data centers for up to 180 days.
If you would like to opt out of online interest-based advertising from Facebook and other participating companies, visit the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance website. The rejection must be done separately for each browser you use.