Privacy & Cookies

Cookies Policy

1.       Cookies

We are using cookies on our website to ensure that you get the best experience on our website. These cookies might be about you, your preferences or your device. The information does not usually directly identify you, but it can give you a more personalized and better web experience. Cookies are information files that are transferred from a website to the hard drive of the User's computer. Cookies enable the website to remember relevant information that will make the use of the website more convenient for the User.

Like most websites, this website uses cookies for a variety of purposes.

  • Permanent cookies

These cookies are stored on the User’s computer for the period specified in the cookie file. They are activated each time a user visits a website that generated the cookie.

  • Session cookies

These files allow website operators to link individual actions of users during a browser session. When a user opens the browser window, these files are enabled; they are erased when the browser window is closed. Session cookies are temporary, and all files are erased when the browser is closed.

Cookies have a variety of functions, such as more efficient searches between websites, and they remember your preferences and improve overall user convenience. They can also ensure delivery of online advertisements that are relevant to your interests and preferences.

You can find further information about cookies at and

Users should use the options in their web browser if they do not wish to receive a cookie or if they wish to set their browser to notify them when a cookie is received. If the Users disable all cookies they may not be able to take advantage of all the features of this website.

If you wish to change your cookie setting, please, visit “Cookie settings” menu in the footer.

2.       Controller

EmbedIT s.r.o.

Address: Evropská 2690/17, 160 41 Prague 6, Czech Republic


will as personal data controller process your personal data as further described below.

3.       Purpose and legal basis for processing

When you visit our website(s) we collect and process your IP address number and information about your browsing on our website. The purpose of our processing is to identify you as returning visitor to our website, to analyze the behavior of the visitors to our website and to enhance our communication and structure of our website(s). We are processing your personal data only in cases when you activated individual types of cookies and provided us your consent.

The legal basis for processing of your personal data as described above is that this processing is necessary for the purposes of our legitimate interest (only category of strictly necessary cookies), and your consent to the processing of personal data (rest of the cookies). You have the right to withdraw your consent at any time. You also have the right to decline our use of these cookies. If you wish to contact us about this data or other personal data that we might process in relation to you, please refer to the “Your rights and contact information” in section below.

4.       Disclosure / Recipients of your personal data

Your personal data will be disclosed to and processed by our business partners (external administrators of our website), Google company (Google analytics) for the purposes mentioned above and our affiliates and business partners for the above purposes.

5.       Retention period

We will retain your personal data up to 1 year after your last visit to our website or until you delete cookies from your computer’s internet browser.

Third party cookies can be retained for a longer period than 1 year. For more information, please, visit website of our business partners and affiliates.

6.       Your rights and contact information

For more information on your rights in relation to our processing of your personal data and contact details for further information and complaints click HERE, please visit Information on personal data processing on our website

7.       Cookies on the embedit webpages

A list of all the types of cookies used on our websites:

  • Strictly necessary cookies

    • These cookies are vital for a website to function and do not require a user's consent. Without them, some features of the website would not function.

  • Performance cookies

    • These cookies collect anonymous information about the sites that you visit. By opening a website, you consent to placing them on your computer. They gather information about how a visitor uses a website, such as which pages he or she visits most often and whether this user receives error messages from a website. Performance cookies do not collect user identification data, and all information is aggregated and thus anonymous. They are used solely for improving the functioning of the website.

  • Functionality cookies

    • Functionality cookies remember your choices and as a result improve your user experience when you browse a website. By opening a website, you consent to the placing of these cookies on your computer.

    • Functionality cookies allow the website to remember the choices you make (such as your user name, language, or the area where you are located) and therefore improve your experience of the website. Such cookies can also be used to remember changes in the size of letters, font and other parts of the website that you can customize. In addition, they may also be used to provide services users have asked for, such as watching a video or commenting on a blog, etc. The data these cookies gather may be anonymized, and they cannot track your browsing activity on other websites.

  • Targeted or advertising cookies

    • Targeted cookies gather information about your behaviour while you are browsing, thus delivering adverts more relevant to you and your interests.

    • These cookies are used with the aim of offering better targeted advertising to users. They are also used to limit the number of times you see an advertisement, as well as to help measure the effectiveness of the advertising campaigns. As a rule, they are placed on websites by third parties, with the website operator’s permission. Cookies remember that the user has visited the website and they will share this information with other parties. Very often, these cookies are linked to the functionality of a website provided by another organisation.

  • Behaviourally-targeted advertising and online privacy protection

    • The internet industry has developed a guide to behaviourally-targeted advertising and privacy online. It can be found at The guide explains the IAB self-regulatory scheme, allowing you to gain better control over how advertisements appear on your computer.

8.       Cookies and browser settings

The help button of most web browsers explains how you can prevent your browser from accepting new cookies, have your browser notify you when you receive a new cookie, or how you can disable all cookies. Similar functions, such as Flash Cookies, used by browser add-ons, can be disabled or completely erased by changing the add-on settings or via the browser add-on producer’s website.

Because cookies allow you to use some of the basic features of the website, we recommend that you them turn on. For example, if you block or decline cookies, you will not be able to use our products and services that require your log-in. If you leave cookies turned on, be sure to always sign out if you're using a shared computer.