As a general rule, all personal data gathered in the course of the services My Exchange is treated confidentially. We do not pass on the data to third parties.
The data you have provided will exclusively be gathered, used, processed and stored in accordance with the provisions of Data Protection Law for the purposes of provision of the services, bookkeeping, settlement of payments, logistics and customer files.
To protect your data from access by unauthorized third parties, the data is encrypted using the SSL (secure socket layer) security standard during transmission. This software ensures high security and encrypts all your personal data, such as credit card number, name, address or e-mail address by generating a code. This standard guarantees the highest possible degree of data security in line with today’s state-of-the-art technology.
You have the right to request information about your personal data stored in our systems at any time. Please direct such requests to us by e-mail.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a piece of information stored in the form of a small text file on an end device (PC, cell phone, etc.) every time a user visits a website. Cookies are used, among other things, to correctly identify the duration of a visit to a website.
Further information on this topic is available at www.allaboutcookies.org
In addition cookies ensure the smooth and unimpaired use of the website including the personalized service zone.
Users may opt to accept or reject the cookies used by Prague Stock Exchange. Acceptance or rejection may be changed at any time and can be done directly via your browser settings. Further information is given below.
To use our services My.Borse it is required to accept cookies.
What types of cookies are used on the website?
Temporary cookies (session cookies) are used for the duration of a visit to the website. These cookies are needed to be able to use the personalized service zone of the website (My Exchange). They make it possible to process the registration and later on correctly assign it to the profile of the user when logging in. When a user leaves the website, session cookies are automatically deleted.
Persistent cookies are used, for example, to record page hits and user hits on websites. They are used to analyse data and may be retrieved by Prague Stock Exchange for statistics and reports. The evaluation is used for optimizing the content and to improve the functionality of the website (error correction). Google Analytics is used for the evaluation. The users' IP addresses are anonymized. Further details are available at https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/2763052
Further details such as types of cookies used, lifetime of cookies, etc. are available at https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usage
Information about the web analytics service
Administration of cookie settings
Users may change their acceptance or rejection of cookies at any time in their browser settings.
A few examples for the most popular browsers are given here:
In the browser, click on the cogwheel icon in the upper right corner and then on “Internet Options”. Then click on the tab “Privacy”. If the slider is set to the level “medium” or lower, you permit cookies to be stored. Otherwise, cookies are blocked.
Click on the menu button at the top and choose “Options”. After selecting “Privacy”, the submenu “History” opens a pull-down list with “Firefox will:”; here you select “Use custom settings for history” where you may then choose your individual preferences by clicking on “Accept Cookies”.
At the top left of your browser select “Safari” to open the menu item “Preferences”, then click on the tab “Privacy”. You may select your settings from “Cookies and website data” ("Always block", "Allow from current website only", "Allow from websites I visit" and "Always allow").
In the browser, click on the “Chrome menu” icon at the upper right and then select “Settings”. After clicking on “Show Advanced Settings”, click on “Content Settings” in the “Privacy” section”. You may then make changes by clicking on “Cookies”. The option “Allow local data to be set” enables cookies.
Should you use other browsers on your end device, please read the details for the respective menu items (Help) for the browser.
Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on
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