With cookies, we collect data on how you use our website to see what services are important to you. This helps us to improve our services as well as to offer you relevant information on social media, mobile apps and other websites. Cookie settings can be changed.
Additional identifiers, such as web beacons or other similar technologies are also used on «Knitted People» LTD homepages and applications.
Cookies are a piece of information in the form of a small text file (it often only contains a string of numbers and letters identifying your device, but it may contain other information as well), which the browser (e.g., Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, etc.) of the used device (computer, tablet, mobile phone or other device) stores in its hard drive according to its settings to improve the functionality of our homepage and to facilitate the use of Knitted People homepage for other users.
Cookies are not dangerous and may not be used to spread computer viruses. When cookies are stored in the hard drive of the device, they cannot access and read other information stores in the respective hard drive, obtain e-mail addresses etc. Cookies only contain and transfer information to the server of "Knitted People" bank homepage to the extent allowed by the user.
To improve the functionality of the homepage and facilitate use of the homepage, we use the cookies referred to below.
They are stored in the memory of the device and only exist until (they are automatically deleted) the internet browser is closed, i.e. use of the internet is discontinued. These cookies help the "Knitted People" bank homepage identify how the user of the respective device moves from one page to another by remembering the activities performed on the previous page and provide security or basic functionality of the homepage. For example, session cookies ensure security of an online banking session. Session cookies for security provision during online banking session are created in such a way that they are difficult to read, change, access or use. Session cookies are never stored in the hard drive of the device, and they do not collect any information from the device. Use of session cookies is interrupted at the end of the internet browser session, and they are also not available in the case when the session has been inactive during a certain period.
They are used in the hard drive of the device and are not deleted when you close the internet browser of the device. Permanent cookies identify the homepage user as a user of the homepage and later, upon returning to the homepage, help remember information on the user and activities previously performed on the homepage. Cookies will be stored in the device for a certain period depending on the type of cookie. Cookies of this type are used to analyse the number of homepage visitors, average time spent in a particular homepage section, how the user got to the homepage and how it is used. By analysing the obtained data, we can improve the functionality of the homepage. Sometimes, permanent cookies are used on the homepage for direct advertising by taking into account device browsing history.
The latest versions of all the most popular browsers (e.g., Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Opera etc.) enable the users to control cookies by changing the browser settings of the device. The users themselves may make settings in the browsers of their devices by accepting or rejecting all or certain cookies or receive information on the transmission of new cookies to the device.
To do this, the user must activate the existing settings in the browser of their device (they are usually located in the section "Help", "Tools" or "Edit"). More information on controlling cookies depending on the browser of the device may be found on the website www.aboutcookies.org.
However, it must be noted that when cookies are rejected or disabled, the user cannot use all the features offered by "Knitted People" bank homepage fully and conveniently.
More information on cookies, their management and deletion can be found on the website www.aboutcookies.org.