Grant Thornton Slovakia respects your privacy and is committed to keeping your personal data, which it acquired through its online data system, secure and will not transfer it to any third party or use it for other purposes without your permission. As certain links of the company's online data system direct to external websites, which are not directly related to our company, we do not assume any liability for data protection on these websites.
Grant Thornton Slovakia undertakes to make every effort to ensure the protection of personal data and privacy of users of its website.
To prevent unauthorised access to the acquired personal data, their disclosure, accuracy loss and unintended use, we operate in accordance with appropriate technical and organisational data protection regulations. Grant Thornton Slovakia cannot exclude the possibility of data misuse as Internet remains an unpredicted medium despite security measures and secure communication protocols.
Grant Thornton (hereinafter GT SK) is entitled to process your contact details, including personal data (e.g. name, surname, position, e-mail and telephone number) for the purposes of commercial and marketing communication GT SK (including direct deals with the services provided by GT SK). GT SK and any GT SK´s affiliates and related persons may process your data for commercial and marketing purposes only in accordance with the terms of the relevant legal regulations governing the protection of personal data and the use of data for marketing purposes, including direct mailing purposes. You are is entitled to object at any time to such processing of data by written or e-mail notice (email@example.com) of objection delivered to GT SK, as well as to change and update these data.
Based on your objection to processing of personal data for direct marketing purposes, its personal data shall no longer be processed for such purposes.
Cookies and their use on our website
What are cookies?
Cookies are files that save website settings. Websites save cookies on the devices users use to access the Internet to identify them at a later stage and to save their settings.
What purpose do cookies serve?
Cookies are vital in the provision of user-friendly online services; without them, the most common e-commerce services would be impossible. Cookies make the interaction between Internet users and websites faster and simpler. By using cookies, websites are able to remember user preferences, which makes browsing the Internet a more effective and pleasant experience.
List of cookies on our website
||Stores user preferences
||User session identifier
Records the distinction between users and sessions.
|| 30 minutes
Records a new session or a new user.
|| 6 months
Determines a traffic source or advertising action.
|| Session duration
Records the visit duration.
The cookies used by our website do not collect personal data that would make it possible to personally identify you and cannot harm your computer, tablet or smartphone. Cookies support the functioning of our website and help us understand which pieces of information users find most useful.
By using this website, you agree that the website stores cookies on your computer or mobile device.
Managing and removing cookies
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