Cookie Policy

Last updated on: 14 Dec 2023

This Cookies Policy (‘Policy’) is a part of the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy of Roxman. All the terms in this Policy are used with the same meaning as in these documents.

This Policy describes the details of processing your data as the Visitor of our Website using cookies and other automated data collection means.

The Policy defines:

  • What are cookies
  • Which cookies we use on the Website and why, and whether they collect your personal data
  • How long we store the collected data
  • What your choices are as to the use of cookies, etc.

What do cookies mean?

We use cookies and other automated data collection means when you visit any page of our Website. Cookies are small blocks of data that are stored on your browser when you use websites or other services. They are usually installed on most websites to enable different features, for example, to facilitate navigation on the website, remember choices, or serve you with the ads that best reflect your interests.

A cookie file usually contains the name of the domain it comes from, its “expiry time”, and a randomly selected number identifying this file. In some cases, cookies are used to collect personal data, such as IP addresses and data linked to the IP address (traffic data). The usage of such cookies is regulated by data protection laws. That is why you as a Visitor obtain more rights to control the collection and processing of some data.

What data do we automatically collect via the Website and why?

We use cookies to let you navigate between pages efficiently, for statistical analysis purposes, and to improve the user experience. Cookies allow us to recognise and count the number of visitors and see how visitors move around our Website when they are using it. With the help of such information, we improve the way our Website works, for example, by ensuring that Visitors are finding what they are looking for easily. 

If we are talking about personal data, with the use of cookies we collect IP addresses of our Visitors. An IP address is a number that an internet service provider assigns to the computer of a Visitor to the Website. The IP address allows you to access the Internet. In most cases, it is assigned dynamically to the computer, i.e. it changes every time you connect to the Internet. 

We use your IP address:

  • To diagnose technical problems with the server;
  • To create statistical analyses (e.g. determine from which regions we record most visits);
  • For security purposes and possible identification of unwanted automatic programs for viewing content that burden the server.

We also collect your version of the browser, OS, time zone and date you visited certain pages, your domain, and your location such as country and city, based on IP address according to open data. Besides, we collect information about the web pages or sites you visited just before or just after using the website.

Which types of cookies do we use?

  1. Depending on the storage period, we use two types of cookies:

a) Session cookies: after the end of a browser session or turning off the computer, the saved information is deleted from the device’s storage. 

b) Permanent cookies: they are stored in the memory of the Visitor’s end device and remain there until they are deleted or expired. 

  1. Depending on who installed cookies, they are divided into two types:

a) Cookies are set by us called first-party cookies. 

b) We also use third-party cookies – cookies from a domain different from the domain of our Website.

  1. Depending on their purpose, we may install to your browser the following types of cookies: 

a) Strictly necessary cookies 

We use this type of cookie for our Website to function properly. For instance, we use cookies to authenticate the Visitor on the Website and ensure the Visitor's session on the Website. These cookies are set only by us.

b) Marketing (advertising) cookies

We use these cookies to track visitors across the Website, to display ads relevant and engaging for the individual Visitor and thereby more valuable for publishers and third-party advertisers.
These cookies are set by us and third parties like Meta.

Name: _fbp
Provider: Facebook Pixel
Description and purpos: Facebook sets this cookie to display advertisements when either on Facebook or on a digital platform powered by Facebook advertising after visiting the website.
Storage and retention perio: 3 months

c) Analytics cookies 

These cookies are used to collect information on how visitors use our Website. We use the information for the analysis and research as well as audience audit. In particular, this allows us to create anonymous statistics that help to understand how Visitors use the Website, which allows for improving its structure and content.

These cookies are set by us and the third-party analytics service such as Google Analytics and Clicky. The data collected in this way is stored in aggregated form and usually does not constitute personally identifiable information.

Name: _first_pageview
Provider: Clicky
Description and purpos: There are a few pieces of data that we only need the tracking code to send on the first pageview of a visitor session. This cookie helps us achieve that. Expires after 10 minutes.

Name: heatmaps_g2g[site_id]
Provider: Clicky
Description and purpos: Heatmaps data is sampled at 50% by default, because it consumes a lot of excess bandwidth and storage. With this cookie, we are able to make the randomness be per visitor instead of per page view. Expires after 10 minutes.

Name: _referrer_og
Provider: Clicky
Description and purpos: Stores external referrer for 30 days for better long term attribution of traffic sources.

Name: _utm_og
Provider: Clicky
Description and purpos: Stores dynamic (UTM) campaign variables for 30 days for better long term attribution of marketing efforts.

Name: custom_data[key]
Provider: Clicky
Description and purpos: Only set if a site is using custom data tracking. These cookies cache certain custom data keys for 30 days so that they're attached to sessions even when a visitor is not logged in.

Name: no_tracky[site_id]
Provider: Clicky
Description and purpos: This cookie reduces bandwidth usage when certain visitor filters are active, and expires after 1 hour.

Name: _jsuid
Provider: Clicky
Description and purpos: A random integer generated upon someone's first visit to a website, for identifying unique visitors as accurately as possible. Stored for 1 year.

Name: aff
Provider: Clicky
Description and purpos: If an End User clicks a Customer's affiliate link, we save the Customer's referral ID in this cookie for 30 days.

How does the Company deal with data collected through the cookies?

The cookies usage message was the first message you were likely to see when you visited our Website. In most cases, we do not ask you for consent to install them if we install cookies that are strictly required for the functioning of the Website in general and some of its features in particular (e.g. the very option to refuse some cookies).  

Data that we collect with the cookies, where it is personal data, is processed in accordance with provisions of our Privacy Policy

Are cookies safe and can I disable them? 

The cookie mechanism is safe for the computers of the Website Visitors. In particular, it is not possible for viruses or other unwanted software or malicious software to enter the Visitor’s computers in this way. 

You can regulate your choice on our banner. You have the right to choose whether or not to accept cookies.

Otherwise, you may choose the appropriate settings of your browser. Please refer to the following links to find out how you can change the settings of popular web browsers in the use of cookies:

For the users of Internet Explorer 

For the users of Firefox

For the users of Chrome

For the users of Safari web and iOS

For the users of Android

In any case, we provide you to disable cookies through our banner on our Website, available here.

If you are a U.S. Resident, you have the right to opt-out of the sale and sharing of your personal information with third parties, and the right to opt out of the processing of personal information for targeted advertising purposes, as defined in the CCPA, CPA, VCDPA, UCPA, and CDPA.

You may exercise your right to opt out by contacting us via contact information below or by clicking the “Do not sell my personal information” link.

Contact information

You can contact us if you have any questions about our Cookies Policy.