Cookies policy

Cookies are small data files that are stored on your computer, phone or other device when you visit internet pages ("interneté pagesky") 

We use necessary, analytical and marketing cookies on the website. 


These cookies are necessary for the basic functionality of the website. That is, so that the Internet pages can fulfill their basic function, so that they can be displayed and their stability and security are guaranteed. 


These cookies serve to improve the functioning of the website. They enable us to recognize and determine the number of visitors and to monitor how our visitors use the Website. They help us improve the way the Website works, for example by making it easier for users to find what they are looking for. We use these tools to analyze and regularly improve the functionality of our website. Analytical cookies will only be used based on your consent. 


They are used to monitor the preferences of the Internet site user for the purpose of targeting advertising, i.e. displaying marketing and advertising messages in accordance with these preferences. Marketing cookies use tools from external companies. These marketing cookies will only be used based on your consent. 

We use the following third-party tools on our website: 


We use Google Tag Manager services on our website (more information on privacy protection <a href="" data-gt-href-en="">HERE</a>). It is a technical platform that facilitates the provision and management of other web services and programs for monitoring Internet pages using so-called "tags". In this context, Google stores cookies on your device and analyzes the use of tools to monitor your behavior when browsing the Internet. This data sent by individual tags is combined under a single user interface, stored and processed. As part of the use of our website, by activating Google tags, in particular such data as your IP address and your user activity are transmitted to the Google server, which can be processed and stored outside the EU, e.g. in the USA, subject to compliance with the relevant security standards. The tracking tools used within the Google Tag Manager service ensure that source codes are anonymized using Google Address Manager before transmission. The Google brand manager can therefore only collect IP addresses anonymously through so-called IP address masking. 


You can give your consent to the storage of cookies using the so-called cookie bar, or through a browser. In the settings of your Internet browser, you can also reject the storage of cookies, or set the use of only some of them. However, if you do not allow us to use some cookies, certain functions of the Website may not work as they should. 

You can find the privacy settings on your computer in the menu of the respective internet browser. You can find cookie settings in the most commonly used browsers at the following links:         


In the event of repeated or clearly unfounded requests for the exercise of the above-mentioned rights, AONITY will be entitled to charge a reasonable fee for the exercise of the given right, or to refuse its exercise. We would inform you about such a procedure. 

To exercise your rights, contact us by email at AONITY reserves the right to reasonably verify the identity of the applicant for the rights in question. 

This Cookie Policy is effective from 1.1.2024/XNUMX/XNUMX.