Svetlina Private Primary School EOOD, UIC: 175106310, is the domain and website owner of svetlina.net.
You can find more information on automatic data collection tools at: www.allaboutcookies.org. www.allaboutcookies.org.
Cookies are small text files containing a small amount of information that are downloaded to your device, or more technically, in the browser you use on that device when you visit a website. The company that places cookies in your browser can read the information from the set cookie. Cookies are classified as “session cookies” that do not remain on the device after closing the browser, or “persistent cookies” that usually remain on the device until you delete them or they expire.
Different cookies are used to perform different functions which we describe below:
We use functionality and performance cookies – these cookies are intended, for example, to be able to recognise you when you return to our platform or use our services; to remember your user preferences (e.g. what settings you have chosen); to be able to recommend materials that meet your preferences; to gather information about how visitors use our platform so that we can maintain it in the best possible way and improve its services; for temporary storage of anonymous information which helps us provide you with relevant suggestions; for other auxiliary functions.
Third-party cookies to track visitors – We use several external services that may also create cookies in your browser. These cookies are managed by the respective services and are not controlled by us. The information contained therein is anonymised. The purpose of these external services is to anonymously track statistical information about the traffic to our site so that we can monitor the effectiveness of our services and improve them. Such external services to track visitors are Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager.
Third-party cookies – for functionality purposes – Some cookies are also generated in connection with third-party tools that we have integrated into our platform. For example, Facebook API (Login with Facebook, Share on Facebook, etc.) and Google API (Share on Google+, etc.) which can create cookies so that they can function. These cookies are managed by the respective services and are not controlled by us. We cannot provide the technical possibility to block them. Therefore, if you do not want them to be created, you should not use the above external tools integrated into our platform. We strive to ensure that third parties with whom we have partnerships are duly verified and with proven authority and professionalism.
This website uses additional conversion tools for anonymous external analysis of efficiency and interaction with users. If you reach the Svetlina.net website via another website by clicking on a Svetlina.net ad published there (text ad, web banner or link), then a cookie is stored in your browser. With the help of this cookie, we understand that you have reached our page by clicking on these advertising tools from an external page. We cannot identify you by using conversion tools at any time. If you do not wish to participate in this anonymous analysis, you can disable cookies through your browser settings.
Third party advertising cookies and social media cookies
We place cookies in order to identify your computer and other websites that are included in the Google Display Network, based on logged data (visits to our site, including date and time, preferred language, browser type, operating system) and to provide you with relevant advertising messages tailored to your presumed interests.
The categories in which you see an ad that matches your interests across Google Display Network can be viewed, removed, or added to Google Ads Preferences Manager.This tool can help you completely opt out of the use of interest-based advertising cookies in Google изтеглите Display Network by downloading and installing a browser plug-in to disable cookies for set advertising parameters. You can also find more information about personalising your Google ad receipt feature here..
You can manage alone whether cookies are received at all through the security settings of your browser, by not accepting any cookies in advance or only on request, but you should also specify that after each end of a browser session, cookies must be deleted. However, if you do not accept cookies, this may lead to limitations on the functions of our website.
We use Google AdSense, Google Conversion Tracking and Google Remarketing on our websites. Google Conversion Tracking is an analysis service by Google Inc. (1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA; Google) to measure the success of our advertising activities on Google (AdWords). Google will attach a cookie to your computer when you visit our website through а Google ad.
We also use remarketing tags (such as Google), Google AdSense, and Conversion Tracking to show you promotional offers or up-to-date information about the content you view on our site and to measure the success of our advertising activities. We do not share anу information that can directly identify you with such third parties. These advertisers and other third parties (including the ad networks and other service providers we use) may assume that the users with whom they interact or who click on personalised advertising or content are part of the group that the ad or content is targeted to.
Google Conversion Tracking allows us and Google to recognise that someone clicked on our Google ad and then redirected to our page. However, we cannot see which other websites you have loaded. The information collected through Google Conversion Tracking is intended solely to compile statistics on the success and use of our AdWords advertising campaigns. However, we do not collect or receive information that allows users to be personally identified.
On our website, we also use Google AdSense, a web-based advertising service provided by Google, to publish ads (text ads, banners, etc.). Your browser may also store cookies sent by Google or third parties. The information stored in the cookie may be stored, collected and analysed by Google or third parties. In addition, Google AdSense uses small invisible graphics to collect information, called web beacons, which can be used to record, collect, and analyse data for simple actions such as site traffic. Information about your use of this website generated by cookies and / or web beacons is transferred to a Google server in the United States and stored there. Google uses the so received information to analyse your user behavior with respect to AdSense ads. Google may also provide such information to third parties, provided that this is required by law or if third parties process such data on behalf of Google. Your IP address will not be linked by Google with any other data stored by Google.
If you do not wish to participate in Google AdSense, Google Conversion Tracking or Google Remarketing, you may opt out of the cookie attachment required for this purpose using your browser settings to disable automatic cookies. You can also disable Google ads cookies by setting your browser to block cookies from the googleadservices.com domain. For more information on how to disable Google mobile ads, click here. here..
In addition, we use the Facebook Conversion Pixel and Facebook Remarketing services on our websites. With Facebook Conversion Pixel, we and Facebook understand that someone clicked on our Facebook ad and was redirected to our website. However, we cannot see which other websites you have loaded. The information collected with the help of Facebook Conversion Pixel is intended to generate statistics on the success and use of our ads on Facebook. However, we do not collect or receive information that allows users to be personally identified. With Facebook Remarketing technology, targeted advertising on Facebook’s websites can be targeted to users who have visited our websites. Nevertheless, we do not collect data or track which Facebook users are actually shown targeted ads. We do not have the option to identify individual users, either. For more information on the purposes and scope of the collection and processing of your personal data by Facebook, as well as the setting options to protect your privacy on Facebook, please refer to Facebook Data Policy..
You can find more details about some of our interest-based advertising partners on the following websites:
Please note that the above list is not exhaustive and is updated from time to time.
Sharing other information with advertisers
We may transfer information about you to advertising technology providers so that they can recognise your devices and offer you interest-based content and ads. Such information includes name, postal address, email, device ID or any other identifier in encrypted format. Providers process this information in a hashed or de-identified format. These providers collect additional information from you, such as IP address and information about the browser or operating system; combine information about you with information from other companies in data cooperatives in which we participate; and place or recognise their own unique cookies on your browser. These cookies contain demographic or other data in a de-identified format.
Cookies can be used when you share information using the social media share button. The social network will record that you did so. Such information may be related to targeting / advertising activities. The types of cookies used by these third parties and the way in which they use the information generated by them depend on the privacy policies of the relevant companies. For more information and details on how to opt out of targeted ads, visit the websites above or see the Your Choices Regarding Automatic Data Collection & Online Tracking section.
Other automatic data collection tools
We use and allow selected third parties to use web bookmarks (usually in combination with cookies) to summarise information about your use of the website, your interactions by email or other means of communication, to measure performance and offer you relevant content and ads. A web bookmark (also called a web beacon or pure GIF) is a transparent graphic image (usually 1 pixel x 1 pixel) that is inserted into online content, video or email and allows a server to read certain types of information from your device, knows when you have viewed certain content or a specific e-mail message, determines the date and time the bookmark was viewed and the IP address of your device. For example, we may insert bookmarks into promotional emails or newsletters to determine if our messages have been opened, acted upon, and whether our correspondence tools are working properly.
Embedded web links
Subscription emails from Svetlina.net often use links that allow us to determine if you have clicked on a link in an email and such information about your actions may be linked to your identity.
Cookie settings and deletion
Settings via your browser
- settings to accept cookies – block and allow (both in general and on sites);
- review of created cookies;
- deletion of created cookies
It is important to note that disabling cookies in the browser may make it impossible for you to use our services, since without the required cookies, our platform will not be able to perform its basic functions.
Settings via external tools.
- ⦁ Google’s browser plug-in tool which helps you easily prevent your data from being used by Google Analytics which is often used by many sites to track visits and for statistics. Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en
- Tools you can use to check the status and explicitly prohibit a large number of ad platforms from using your data in connection with ad targeting and personalisation:
- Settings on the Google platform regarding cookies created and managed by them for advertising purposes: https://adssettings.google.com/authenticated.
- Settings on the Facebook platform regarding cookies created and managed by them for advertising purposes: https://www.facebook.com/ads/preferences/?entry_product=ad_settings_screen.
To opt out of Google Analytics tracking on our website, you can also visit http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
If you are in the EU and want to opt out of third-party cookies in connection with interest-based ads, go to www.youronlinechoices.eu.
Note that opting out does not mean you will no longer receive online advertising. It does mean that the company or companies from which you opted out will no longer deliver ads tailored to your web preferences and usage patterns.
Since web bookmarks are the same as any other content request included in the creation of the webpage, you cannot refuse or disable them. You may have the option to disable web bookmarks in emails by not downloading images contained in the messages you receive (this feature depends on the email software used on your PC). Note that this action will not always remove a web bookmark or other automatic data collection tools from an email message due to the specific features of the email software. For more information, see the information provided by the email software or your service provider. Web bookmarks can be disabled in certain circumstances by turning off cookies or changing cookie settings in your browser.
Embedded web links
If you do not want us to collect information about the links you click, you can change your choice of how you receive messages from us (i.e. select a text version of the message if possible), or not click on the links in the emails we send.