What is the General Data Protection Regulation

GDPR will apply as from 25 May 2018) allow a transfer if the controller or processor has provided “appropriate consumer safeguards”. The GDPR applies to ‘personal data’ and means any information relating to an identifiable person who can be directly or indirectly identified. The definition includes personal data, including name, identification number, location data or online identifier, reflecting changes in technology and the way organisations collect information about people.

What are Cookies?

Cookies are files created by websites that you visit. They make your online experience easier by saving browsing information. With cookies, sites can keep you signed in, remember your site preferences and give you locally relevant content.

There are two types of cookies:

First-party cookies are created by the site you visit. The site is shown in the address bar.

Third-party cookies are created by other sites. These sites own some of the content, like ads or images, that you see on the web page you visit.

‘Cookies’ are small text files stored in your web browser that enable us to recognise your computer when you visit our website. Cookies are essential to keep certain parts of our site functioning correctly and securely. We also use them to make things quicker, more comfortable and more personal to you and to help us understand how our site is used. They can also be used to present you with more tailored advertising content.

Cookies collect some personal information about you whenever you use our website. You can choose whether to accept or reject some or all types of cookies and control this through your device’s browser settings. We will make you aware of this by showing you our cookie banner when you visit our site. If you then continue to use our website without adjusting your browser settings, we will use cookies as set out in the sections below, so to help you make an informed choice it’s important to know why we use the different types of cookie and what that means for your online experience. This section provides you with a summary of the main points and tells you how switching off the different types of cookie will affect your experience on our website.

They also enable Fotorozsa  to find out which advertisement brought you to our website, and we may use the Fotorozsa cookies on your computer. If we do collect such information, you will remain personally unidentifiable, and we will not share this information with any unconnected third-party.

Clear all cookies in Chrome

If you remove cookies, you’ll be signed out of websites and your saved preferences could be deleted.

  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. At the top-right, click More More and then Settings.
  3. At the bottom, click Show advanced settings.
  4. In the ‘Privacy’ section, click Content settings.
  5. Under ‘Cookies’, click All cookies and site data.
  6. At the top-right, click Remove all.
  7. At the bottom-right, click Done.

Delete specific cookies

  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. At the top-right, click More More and then Settings.
  3. At the bottom, click Show advanced settings.
  4. In the ‘Privacy’ section, click Content settings.
  5. Under ‘Cookies’, click All cookies and site data.
  6. At the top-right, enter the site’s name.
  7. Point to the site.
  8. To the right, click Remove Remove.
  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. At the top-right, click More More.
  3. Click More tools and then Clear browsing data.
  4. Choose a period, like the past hour or the past day.
  5. Tick ‘Cookies and other site and plug-in data’. Untick all the other items.
  6. Click Clear browsing data.

If you allow cookies by default, you can still block them for a certain site.

  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. At the top-right, click More More and then Settings.
  3. At the bottom, click Show advanced settings.
  4. In the ‘Privacy’ section, click Content settings.
  5. Under ‘Cookies’, click Manage exceptions.
  6. Under ‘Hostname pattern’, enter the web address where you want to add an exception.
    • To create an exception for an entire domain, insert [*.] before the domain name. For example, [*.]google.com will match drive.google.com and calendar.google.com.
    • You can also put an IP address or a web address that doesn’t start with http://.
  7. Under ‘Behaviour’, select Allow, Block or Clear on exit.
  8. At the bottom-right, click Done.

To remove exceptions that you don’t want any more, point to the site or domain. Click Remove Remove and then Done.

 

Clear the cache in Firefox

  1. Click the menu button Fx57Menu and choose Options.
  2. Select the Privacy & Security panel.
  3. In the Cookies and Site Data section, click Clear Data….

You can set Firefox to automatically clear the cache when Firefox closes:

  1. Click the menu button Fx57Menu and choose Options.
  2. Select the Privacy & Security panel.
  3. In the History section, set Firefox will to Use custom settings for history.
  4. Select the check box for Clear history when Firefox closes.
  5. Beside Clear history when Firefox closes, click the Settings… button. The Settings for Clearing History window will open.
  6. In the Settings for Clearing History window, put a check mark next to Cache.

How to delete cookie files in Internet Explorer

To block or allow cookies in Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 10

  1. In Internet Explorer, select the Tools button, and then select Internet options.
  2. Select the Privacy tab, and under Settings, select Advanced and choose if you want to allow, block or be prompted for first and third party cookies.

To block or allow cookies

  1. In Internet Explorer, select the Tools button, and then select Internet options.
  2. Select the Privacy tab, and under Settings, move the slider to the top to block all cookies (or the bottom to allow all cookies), and then select OK.