Cookie policy

Handling cookies

This Cookie Policy contains the terms of using cookies on the website operated by PANNON GESTOR Kft in its capacity as service provider (‘the Service Provider’). Our website was developed in compliance with the regulations concerning the use of cookies. Our use of cookies was designed with consideration to and in compliance with the following pieces of regulation:

Please read this document carefully, and only use our services if you agree with its every stipulation and agree to abide by the same as regards your (hereinafter: ‘the User’) use of our website. Please note that this policy only applies for the use of cookies on this website. If you follow a link on the website to an external page, please also seek out and read the cookie policy of that website.


Cookies are files or bits of information that your internet browser downloads from our website, and stores on your device. The server that contains our website uses these cookies whether you have already visited our website.

Most internet browsers accept cookies by default. You may choose to change this setting so that your browser will reject cookies or notify you each time cookies are being sent to your device. Our website uses such cookie files, both in order to provide certain functions and in the interest of your convenience. The cookies we use do not burden your device, slow it down or damage it in any way.

The website also used third-party cookies. Cookies may be deleted or blocked in your browser. You can also block cookies. You can find more information on these settings on your browser’s official website.

What is the purpose of cookies?

This technology can be used for a variety of reasons. For example, to display content or advertisements that are the most relevant to the User, to support the development of our products and services, and to maintain the security of our services. The exact technical names of the cookies, pixels and other similar technologies we use may change periodically as services are developed and updated.

How are cookies created?

First, the client machine sends a request to the server. In response, the server creates a unique identifier and stores it in its own database. Then, the newly created cookie is sent back to the client, along with all the requested information. Finally, the information cookie is received and stored by the client machine.

How are cookies used?

When the client machine contacts the server again, it will attach to the request any cookies that have been made and stored. The server will compare the contents of the cookie it receives and the one it has stored. This way, it can easily identify registered users, for instance.

What kind of cookies do we use?

Different websites use different kinds of cookies. Our website typically only uses the following types of cookies, but it is possible that we will start using other ones as well, following future update.

Session, aka temporary, cookies

These cookies are only stored in the memory of the User’s device temporarily, for the duration of the visit to the website. Once the User closes the browser, these cookies are deleted. These cookies do not contain any personal data, and cannot be used to identify the visitor.

Persistent, aka permanent, cookies

These cookies are used every time the User visits the website. Depending on their purpose, they fall into one of the following categories:


These cookies show which parts of the website you visited, which products you looked at and what else you did. They are stored on the client machine, depending on their lifespan. These cookies are used by functions such as Google Analytics and YouTube. These cookies do not contain any personal data, and cannot be used to identify the visitor.

Social networks

These cookies make it easier to access social media networks in order to share your views and information on our products with others. They are typically used by third-party functions such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest and YouTube. These cookies may contain personal data, and may be used to identify the visitor.


These cookies allow you to watch videos on our website, among other things. They are used by third-party functions such as YouTube. These cookies do not contain any personal data, and cannot be used to identify the visitor.


These cookies show whether the User has visited the website before and, if so, what device they used. They store the user name, password, preferred language and location information. These cookies may contain personal data, and may be used to identify the visitor.


These cookies help ensure that the User receives information and newsletters that match their interests. These cookies may contain personal data, and may be used to identify the visitor.

For more information on the types of cookies that exist, and a comprehensive overview of their respective functions, visit

How are cookies managed?

Cookies are managed in a variety of ways, but the User can select their preferred way of handling them in their browser settings. Generally speaking, browsers offer the following three options:

  • Accept all cookies
  • Reject all cookies
  • Get a notification about each cookie

If you wish to explore cookie setting, please check your browser’s Options or Settings page, or use the Help function. The following websites provide information on the settings of the most commonly used browsers.

  • Internet Explorer
  • Firefox
  • Chrome

It is important to note that our website uses cookies. If the User partially or fully blocks cookies, the website may no longer work as intended. This means that there may be certain functions and services that you will not be able to use at all, or not in full. We also use cookies when a User does not have a registered account or if they have logged out of their registered account.

When a User logs out of their account, we use cookies for the following purposes, among others:

  • Identify and block the accounts of those who send junk mail (spam)
  • Restore the account if login information is lost
  • Provide additional security functions, such as sending login notifications and approving logins
  • Prevent underage individuals from registering using a fake date of birth

Display, select, evaluate, monitor and interpret advertisements shown on the website and elsewhere (including advertisements displayed by or on behalf of our sister companies or partners)
Compile analytical information about the people who have interacted with our services and the websites of our advertisers and partners

In order to secure our services and users against malicious activities, we also use cookies when a User who visits our website does not have a registered account. These cookies can help us identify and prevent denial-of-service attacks and the mass creation of fake accounts, for example.

If your browser or device contains cookies, we can read them when you visit a website that has a community module. The cookies created by social media websites (such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+) are the responsibility of the party that operates the website in question, For more information, please visit the relevant section of their websites.