In compliance with the relevant statutory regulations specifying the protection of personal data, Edenred Magyarország Korlátolt Felelősségű Társaság (registered office/official mailing address: 1134 Budapest, Váci út 45., company registration number: 01-09-266926; electronic contact details: ugyfelszolgalat-hu@edenred.com and dpo.hungary@edenred.com; website: www.edenred.hu; phone: +36 1 413 3333, represented by: Krisztián Balázs, hereinafter: Controller) informs the about visitors of its website about the cookies placed on its website.

1.1 When visiting the website, the Data Subject’s computer will store cookies. Cookies are small-size text files stored in the Data Subject’s browser on his or her device in order to save certain information. Next time when the Data Subject visits the website using the same device, the information saved in the cookies is transmitted to either the website (“First-Party Cookie”) or another website where the cookie belongs (“Third-Party Cookie”).

1.2 Through the saved and returned information, the website recognizes that the Data Subject has already had access and had visited the website with the browser used on the device. The Controller uses this information for an optimum design and display of the website in harmony with the Data Subject’s preferences. In this respect, only the cookies alone are identified on the Data Subject’s device. Above this extent, the Controller is only allowed to save the Data Subject’s personal data with his or her express consent or in the event saving is indispensable for using the service offered for the Data Subject and accessed by the Data Subject.

1.3 The website uses the following types of cookies, with explanation on the scope and function of the cookies as follows:

  • Strictly necessary cookies
  • Functional and Performance cookies
  • Cookies based on consent

1.4 The website uses the following cookies:

Name of the cookie Type of the cookie Cookie ID Cookie provider Data processed by the cookie
Purpose of the cookie
Life-cycle of the cookie
WB CMS Strictly necessary cookies language Y-collective stores the selected language language archival 2 months
WB CMS Strictly necessary cookies kohanasession Y-collective stores the session ID not to interrupt the session deleted when the visit ends
WB CMS Strictly necessary cookies gdpr_privacy_bar Y-collective stores approval of the cookie information stores the declaration of approval 1 year
WB CMS Feltétlenül szükséges sütik gdpr_allowed_cookies Y-collective stores the names of the accepted cookies record of accepted cookies 1 year
WB CMS Strictly necessary cookies gdpr_consent_types Y-collective stores access types storage of access types 1 year
 Google Analytics Functional and Performance cookie _ga, _gat, _gid  Google url, website address, name of the browser, size of the browser window, monitor size, java, flash version, location, language Anonymous statistics 2 years
Crazyegg Functional and Performance cookie _ceg.s, _ceg.u  Crazyegg mouse clicks, scroll statistics Anonymous statistics 2 years

 

1.5 Strictly necessary cookies

1.5.1 Strictly necessary cookies ensure functions without which the website cannot be used for its intended purpose. As only the Controller can use these cookies, they are called First-Party Cookies. This means that all the information stored in the cookies are returned to the website.

1.5.2 Strictly necessary cookies are used, for example, for keeping the Data Subject as a registered user always logged in when he or she accesses the various sub-pages of the website, and his log-in data need not be re-entered each time he or she logs in on a new page.

1.5.3 Strictly necessary cookies may be used on the website without the Data Subject’s consent. For this reason, strictly necessary cookies may not be individually enabled and disabled. However, the Data Subject can switch the cookies off at any time in his or her browser (see Section 1.8).

1.5.4 Legal grounds: GDPR Section 6 (1) b).

1.6 Functional and Performance Cookies

1.6.1 Functional Cookies enable the storage of data specified on the website (e.g. the registered name or the selected language), and offering improved and custom-tailored functions based on these data. These cookies only collect and store anonymous data to prevent the monitoring of the Data Subject’s movements on other websites.

1.6.2 Performance cookies collect data on the way the website is used in order to enable the Controller improve the attractiveness, content and functions of the website. These cookies help, for example, the owner to determine if the sub-pages of the website are visited and which sub-pages are visited, and which contents are especially interesting for the users. Performance cookies serve the purpose of
recording especially the number of visitors on a page, the number of entries to sub-pages, the time spent on the website, the order of visiting pages, the expressions that guided the Data Subject to the Controller, the country, the region and in given cases, the city where the Data Subject logs in, and the ratio of mobile devices accessing the website;

recording the movements of the computer mouse, and the clicks and scrolls made with the mouse in order to allow the Controller understand which units of the website are especially interesting for users.

1.6.3 The Controller does not use these data in relation to the Data Subject’s name or user profile, rather it processes them as parts of the statistical statement. As a result, it can change the website content and optimize its offer in accordance with user needs. The IP address of the Data Subject’s computer transmitted for technical reasons is automatically anonymized and does not allow drawing conclusions for the individual user.

1.6.4 Legal grounds: GDPR Section 6 (1) f).

1.7 Cookies based on consent

1.7.1 The Controller may only use cookies that are not strictly necessary and are neither function, nor performance cookies, such as advertisement / marketing cookies with the Data Subject’s express consent.

1.7.2 In addition, the Controller retains the right to using the data obtained from the anonymous analysis of the habits of website visitors through the cookies, in order to display the individual advertisements of certain of its products. All this is to the Data Subject’s benefit, as by this method the Controller displays advertisements or contents the Controller believes might interest the Data Subject on the basis of his or her browsing habits, and thus the latter will see fewer random advertisements or contents that coincide less with the Data Subject’s demands.

1.7.3 Marketing cookies come from external advertising companies (Third-Party Cookies) and collect information from websites visited by the Data Subject in order to compile promotion focused on the target group.

1.7.4 Legal grounds: GDPR 6 (1) a).

1.7.5 The Data Subject may disable the cookies used for promotion using devices made in numerous countries in the framework of self-regulating programs that ensure the enforcement of the Data Subject’s choice, such as the American https://www.aboutads.info/choices/ or the European http://www.youronlinechoices.com/hu/.
The Data Subject may withdraw his or her consent to the use of cookies based on consent at any time in the future by appropriately modifying the settings of the cookie.

1.8 Processing and deletion of cookies
The Data Subject may set his or her browser (Explorer here, Google Chrome here, Mozilla Firefox here, Safari here) to enable it to block saving cookie and/or to prompt the browser to ask on each single occasion if the Data Subject agrees with enabling cookies. The Data Subject may at any time delete the cookies he or she has repeatedly enabled. Using the help function in the browser, the Data Subject can have detailed information about its operation. The general disabling of cookie use may restrict the operation of certain website functions.

1.9 Google Analytics

1.9.1 The website uses Google Analytics, the web-based analytical service of Google Inc. (“Google”). This includes the use of a specific form of the cookie by Google Analytics, which is stored by the Data Subject’s computer and which enables the analysis of the Data Subject’s use of the website. The information generated with the help of the cookie about the Data Subject’s use of the website is usually transmitted to, and then stored on, a Google server located in the United States.

1.9.2 The Data Subject may prevent cookie storage by applying the appropriate settings in the course of using his or her browser software. In addition, by downloading and installing the browser plug-in accessible at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en, the Data Subject may prevent Google from recording and processing the data related to the Data Subject’s website use, generated by the cookie (including his or her IP address).

1.9.3 The website also uses Google Analytics for the independent analysis of visitor flows with the help of user Ids. In the menu points “My Information”, “Personal Information”, in his or her Google account, the Data Subject may disable the tracking of his or her use between the various devices.

1.9.4 Legal ground: GDPR Section 6 (1) f).

In compliance with the relevant statutory regulations specifying the protection of personal data, Edenred Magyarország Korlátolt Felelősségű Társaság (registered office/official mailing address: 1134 Budapest, Váci út 45., company registration number: 01-09-266926; electronic contact details: ugyfelszolgalat-hu@edenred.com and dpo.hungary@edenred.com; website: edenredkartya.hu phone: +36 1 413 3333, represented by: Krisztián Balázs, hereinafter: Controller) informs the about visitors of its website about the cookies placed on its website.

1.1 When visiting the website, the Data Subject’s computer will store cookies. Cookies are small-size text files stored in the Data Subject’s browser on his or her device in order to save certain information. Next time when the Data Subject visits the website using the same device, the information saved in the cookies is transmitted to either the website (“First-Party Cookie”) or another website where the cookie belongs (“Third-Party Cookie”).

1.2 Through the saved and returned information, the website recognizes that the Data Subject has already had access and had visited the website with the browser used on the device. The Controller uses this information for an optimum design and display of the website in harmony with the Data Subject’s preferences. In this respect, only the cookies alone are identified on the Data Subject’s device. Above this extent, the Controller is only allowed to save the Data Subject’s personal data with his or her express consent or in the event saving is indispensable for using the service offered for the Data Subject and accessed by the Data Subject.

1.3 The website uses the following types of cookies, with explanation on the scope and function of the cookies as follows:

  • Strictly necessary cookies
  • Functional and Performance cookies
  • Cookies based on consent

1.4 The website uses the following cookies:

Name of the cookie Type of the cookie Cookie ID Cookie provider Data processed by the cookie
Purpose of the cookie
Life-cycle of the cookie
WB CMS Strictly necessary cookies language Y-collective stores the selected language language archival  2 months
WB CMS Strictly necessary cookies kohanasession Y-collective stores the session ID not to interrupt the session deleted when the visit ends
 Google Analytics Functional and Performance cookie _ga, _gat, _gid  Google url, website address, name of the browser, size of the browser window, monitor size, java, flash version, location, language Anonymous statistics  2 years
WB CMS Functional and Performance cookie hu_popup_3_kozerdeku-informacio  Y-collective stores information about the appearance of pop-ups User experience Up to the cut-off of browsing
WB CMS Strictly necessary cookies smartbanner_exited  Y-collective stores the display of information on mobile application User experience Up to the cut-off of browsing


1.5 Strictly necessary cookies

1.5.1 Strictly necessary cookies ensure functions without which the website cannot be used for its intended purpose. As only the Controller can use these cookies, they are called First-Party Cookies. This means that all the information stored in the cookies are returned to the website.

1.5.2 Strictly necessary cookies are used, for example, for keeping the Data Subject as a registered user always logged in when he or she accesses the various sub-pages of the website, and his log-in data need not be re-entered each time he or she logs in on a new page.

1.5.3 Strictly necessary cookies may be used on the website without the Data Subject’s consent. For this reason, strictly necessary cookies may not be individually enabled and disabled. However, the Data Subject can switch the cookies off at any time in his or her browser (see Section 1.8).

1.5.4 Legal grounds: GDPR Section 6 (1) b).

1.6 Functional and Performance Cookies

1.6.1 Functional Cookies enable the storage of data specified on the website (e.g. the registered name or the selected language), and offering improved and custom-tailored functions based on these data. These cookies only collect and store anonymous data to prevent the monitoring of the Data Subject’s movements on other websites.

1.6.2 Performance cookies collect data on the way the website is used in order to enable the Controller improve the attractiveness, content and functions of the website. These cookies help, for example, the owner to determine if the sub-pages of the website are visited and which sub-pages are visited, and which contents are especially interesting for the users. Performance cookies serve the purpose of
recording especially the number of visitors on a page, the number of entries to sub-pages, the time spent on the website, the order of visiting pages, the expressions that guided the Data Subject to the Controller, the country, the region and in given cases, the city where the Data Subject logs in, and the ratio of mobile devices accessing the website;

recording the movements of the computer mouse, and the clicks and scrolls made with the mouse in order to allow the Controller understand which units of the website are especially interesting for users.

1.6.3 The Controller does not use these data in relation to the Data Subject’s name or user profile, rather it processes them as parts of the statistical statement. As a result, it can change the website content and optimize its offer in accordance with user needs. The IP address of the Data Subject’s computer transmitted for technical reasons is automatically anonymized and does not allow drawing conclusions for the individual user.

1.6.4 Legal grounds: GDPR Section 6 (1) f).

1.7 Cookies based on consent

1.7.1 The Controller may only use cookies that are not strictly necessary and are neither function, nor performance cookies, such as advertisement / marketing cookies with the Data Subject’s express consent.

1.7.2 In addition, the Controller retains the right to using the data obtained from the anonymous analysis of the habits of website visitors through the cookies, in order to display the individual advertisements of certain of its products. All this is to the Data Subject’s benefit, as by this method the Controller displays advertisements or contents the Controller believes might interest the Data Subject on the basis of his or her browsing habits, and thus the latter will see fewer random advertisements or contents that coincide less with the Data Subject’s demands.

1.7.3 Marketing cookies come from external advertising companies (Third-Party Cookies) and collect information from websites visited by the Data Subject in order to compile promotion focused on the target group.

1.7.4 Legal grounds: GDPR 6 (1) a).

1.7.5 The Data Subject may disable the cookies used for promotion using devices made in numerous countries in the framework of self-regulating programs that ensure the enforcement of the Data Subject’s choice, such as the American https://www.aboutads.info/choices/ or the European http://www.youronlinechoices.com/hu/.
The Data Subject may withdraw his or her consent to the use of cookies based on consent at any time in the future by appropriately modifying the settings of the cookie.

1.8 Processing and deletion of cookies
The Data Subject may set his or her browser (Explorer here, Google Chrome here, Mozilla Firefox here, Safari here) to enable it to block saving cookie and/or to prompt the browser to ask on each single occasion if the Data Subject agrees with enabling cookies. The Data Subject may at any time delete the cookies he or she has repeatedly enabled. Using the help function in the browser, the Data Subject can have detailed information about its operation. The general disabling of cookie use may restrict the operation of certain website functions.

1.9 Google Analytics

1.9.1 The website uses Google Analytics, the web-based analytical service of Google Inc. (“Google”). This includes the use of a specific form of the cookie by Google Analytics, which is stored by the Data Subject’s computer and which enables the analysis of the Data Subject’s use of the website. The information generated with the help of the cookie about the Data Subject’s use of the website is usually transmitted to, and then stored on, a Google server located in the United States.

1.9.2 The Data Subject may prevent cookie storage by applying the appropriate settings in the course of using his or her browser software. In addition, by downloading and installing the browser plug-in accessible at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en, the Data Subject may prevent Google from recording and processing the data related to the Data Subject’s website use, generated by the cookie (including his or her IP address).

1.9.3 The website also uses Google Analytics for the independent analysis of visitor flows with the help of user Ids. In the menu points “My Information”, “Personal Information”, in his or her Google account, the Data Subject may disable the tracking of his or her use between the various devices.

1.9.4 Legal ground: GDPR Section 6 (1) f).

In compliance with the relevant statutory regulations specifying the protection of personal data, Edenred Magyarország Korlátolt Felelősségű Társaság (registered office/official mailing address: 1134 Budapest, Váci út 45., company registration number: 01-09-266926; electronic contact details: ugyfelszolgalat-hu@edenred.com and dpo.hungary@edenred.com; website: myaccount.edenredkartya.hu; phone: +36 1 413 3333, represented by: Krisztián Balázs, hereinafter: Controller) informs the about visitors of its website about the cookies placed on its website.

1.1 When visiting the website, the Data Subject’s computer will store cookies. Cookies are small-size text files stored in the Data Subject’s browser on his or her device in order to save certain information. Next time when the Data Subject visits the website using the same device, the information saved in the cookies is transmitted to either the website (“First-Party Cookie”) or another website where the cookie belongs (“Third-Party Cookie”).

1.2 Through the saved and returned information, the website recognizes that the Data Subject has already had access and had visited the website with the browser used on the device. The Controller uses this information for an optimum design and display of the website in harmony with the Data Subject’s preferences. In this respect, only the cookies alone are identified on the Data Subject’s device. Above this extent, the Controller is only allowed to save the Data Subject’s personal data with his or her express consent or in the event saving is indispensable for using the service offered for the Data Subject and accessed by the Data Subject.

1.3 The website uses the following types of cookies, with explanation on the scope and function of the cookies as follows:

  • Strictly necessary cookies
  • Functional and Performance cookies
  • Cookies based on consent

1.4 The website uses the following cookies:

Name of the cookie Type of the cookie Cookie ID Cookie provider Data processed by the cookie
Purpose of the cookie
Life-cycle of the cookie
Extranet language Strictly necessary cookies NG_TRANSLATE_LANG_KEY Y-collective stores the selected language language archival Deleted when the browser is closed
Extranet session Strictly necessary cookies loggedUserToken Y-collective Data processed by the cookie identification of the user’s session Deleted when the browser is closed
Extranet session Strictly necessary cookies loggedUserId Y-collective stores the session ID user identification Deleted when the browser is closed
 Google Analytics Functional and Performance cookie _ga, _gat, _gid  Google url, website address, name of the browser, size of the browser window, monitor size, java, flash version, location, language Anonymous statistics  2 years
Extranet help Functional and Performance cookie wbTutorialAlreadyShown Y-collective stores information on the appearance of an aid User experience 10 years
Extranet Smart Banner Functional and Performance cookie smartBannerCookie Y-collective stores the display of information on mobile application User experience 1 year


1.5 Strictly necessary cookies

1.5.1 Strictly necessary cookies ensure functions without which the website cannot be used for its intended purpose. As only the Controller can use these cookies, they are called First-Party Cookies. This means that all the information stored in the cookies are returned to the website.

1.5.2 Strictly necessary cookies are used, for example, for keeping the Data Subject as a registered user always logged in when he or she accesses the various sub-pages of the website, and his log-in data need not be re-entered each time he or she logs in on a new page.

1.5.3 Strictly necessary cookies may be used on the website without the Data Subject’s consent. For this reason, strictly necessary cookies may not be individually enabled and disabled. However, the Data Subject can switch the cookies off at any time in his or her browser (see Section 1.8).

1.5.4 Legal grounds: GDPR Section 6 (1) b).

1.6 Functional and Performance Cookies

1.6.1 Functional Cookies enable the storage of data specified on the website (e.g. the registered name or the selected language), and offering improved and custom-tailored functions based on these data. These cookies only collect and store anonymous data to prevent the monitoring of the Data Subject’s movements on other websites.

1.6.2 Performance cookies collect data on the way the website is used in order to enable the Controller improve the attractiveness, content and functions of the website. These cookies help, for example, the owner to determine if the sub-pages of the website are visited and which sub-pages are visited, and which contents are especially interesting for the users. Performance cookies serve the purpose of
recording especially the number of visitors on a page, the number of entries to sub-pages, the time spent on the website, the order of visiting pages, the expressions that guided the Data Subject to the Controller, the country, the region and in given cases, the city where the Data Subject logs in, and the ratio of mobile devices accessing the website;

recording the movements of the computer mouse, and the clicks and scrolls made with the mouse in order to allow the Controller understand which units of the website are especially interesting for users.

1.6.3 The Controller does not use these data in relation to the Data Subject’s name or user profile, rather it processes them as parts of the statistical statement. As a result, it can change the website content and optimize its offer in accordance with user needs. The IP address of the Data Subject’s computer transmitted for technical reasons is automatically anonymized and does not allow drawing conclusions for the individual user.

1.6.4 Legal grounds: GDPR Section 6 (1) f).

1.7 Cookies based on consent

1.7.1 The Controller may only use cookies that are not strictly necessary and are neither function, nor performance cookies, such as advertisement / marketing cookies with the Data Subject’s express consent.

1.7.2 In addition, the Controller retains the right to using the data obtained from the anonymous analysis of the habits of website visitors through the cookies, in order to display the individual advertisements of certain of its products. All this is to the Data Subject’s benefit, as by this method the Controller displays advertisements or contents the Controller believes might interest the Data Subject on the basis of his or her browsing habits, and thus the latter will see fewer random advertisements or contents that coincide less with the Data Subject’s demands.

1.7.3 Marketing cookies come from external advertising companies (Third-Party Cookies) and collect information from websites visited by the Data Subject in order to compile promotion focused on the target group.

1.7.4 Legal grounds: GDPR 6 (1) a).

1.7.5 The Data Subject may disable the cookies used for promotion using devices made in numerous countries in the framework of self-regulating programs that ensure the enforcement of the Data Subject’s choice, such as the American https://www.aboutads.info/choices/ or the European http://www.youronlinechoices.com/hu/.
The Data Subject may withdraw his or her consent to the use of cookies based on consent at any time in the future by appropriately modifying the settings of the cookie.

1.8 Processing and deletion of cookies
The Data Subject may set his or her browser (Explorer here, Google Chrome here, Mozilla Firefox here, Safari here) to enable it to block saving cookie and/or to prompt the browser to ask on each single occasion if the Data Subject agrees with enabling cookies. The Data Subject may at any time delete the cookies he or she has repeatedly enabled. Using the help function in the browser, the Data Subject can have detailed information about its operation. The general disabling of cookie use may restrict the operation of certain website functions.

1.9 Google Analytics

1.9.1 The website uses Google Analytics, the web-based analytical service of Google Inc. (“Google”). This includes the use of a specific form of the cookie by Google Analytics, which is stored by the Data Subject’s computer and which enables the analysis of the Data Subject’s use of the website. The information generated with the help of the cookie about the Data Subject’s use of the website is usually transmitted to, and then stored on, a Google server located in the United States.

1.9.2 The Data Subject may prevent cookie storage by applying the appropriate settings in the course of using his or her browser software. In addition, by downloading and installing the browser plug-in accessible at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en, the Data Subject may prevent Google from recording and processing the data related to the Data Subject’s website use, generated by the cookie (including his or her IP address).

1.9.3 The website also uses Google Analytics for the independent analysis of visitor flows with the help of user Ids. In the menu points “My Information”, “Personal Information”, in his or her Google account, the Data Subject may disable the tracking of his or her use between the various devices.

1.9.4 Legal ground: GDPR Section 6 (1) f).

In compliance with the relevant statutory regulations specifying the protection of personal data, Edenred Magyarország Korlátolt Felelősségű Társaság (registered office/official mailing address: 1134 Budapest, Váci út 45., company registration number: 01-09-266926; electronic contact details: ugyfelszolgalat-hu@edenred.com and dpo.hungary@edenred.com; website: edenredelfogadohely.hu; phone: +36 1 413 3333, represented by: Krisztián Balázs, hereinafter: Controller) informs the about visitors of its website about the cookies placed on its website.

1.1 When visiting the website, the Data Subject’s computer will store cookies. Cookies are small-size text files stored in the Data Subject’s browser on his or her device in order to save certain information. Next time when the Data Subject visits the website using the same device, the information saved in the cookies is transmitted to either the website (“First-Party Cookie”) or another website where the cookie belongs (“Third-Party Cookie”).

1.2 Through the saved and returned information, the website recognizes that the Data Subject has already had access and had visited the website with the browser used on the device. The Controller uses this information for an optimum design and display of the website in harmony with the Data Subject’s preferences. In this respect, only the cookies alone are identified on the Data Subject’s device. Above this extent, the Controller is only allowed to save the Data Subject’s personal data with his or her express consent or in the event saving is indispensable for using the service offered for the Data Subject and accessed by the Data Subject.

1.3 The website uses the following types of cookies, with explanation on the scope and function of the cookies as follows:

  • Strictly necessary cookies
  • Functional and Performance cookies
  • Cookies based on consent

1.4 The website uses the following cookies:

Name of the cookie Type of the cookie Cookie ID Cookie provider Data processed by the cookie
Purpose of the cookie
Life-cycle of the cookie
WB CMS Strictly necessary cookies language Y-collective stores the selected language language archival  2 months
WB CMS Strictly necessary cookies kohanasession Y-collective stores the session ID not to interrupt the session deleted when the visit ends
WB CMS Strictly necessary cookies resolution Y-collective stores the resolution used by the user user experience deleted when the visit ends
 Google Analytics Functional and Performance cookie _ga  Google url, website address, name of the browser, size of the browser window, monitor size, java, flash version, location, language Anonymous statistics  2 years
 Google Analytics Functional and Performance cookie _gat_UA-XXXXXXXX-X  Google url, website address, name of the browser, size of the browser window, monitor size, java, flash version, location, language Anonymous statistics  1 minute
 Google Analytics Functional and Performance cookie _gid  Google url, website address, name of the browser, size of the browser window, monitor size, java, flash version, location, language Anonymous statistics  24 hours

 

1.5 Strictly necessary cookies

1.5.1 Strictly necessary cookies ensure functions without which the website cannot be used for its intended purpose. As only the Controller can use these cookies, they are called First-Party Cookies. This means that all the information stored in the cookies are returned to the website.

1.5.2 Strictly necessary cookies are used, for example, for keeping the Data Subject as a registered user always logged in when he or she accesses the various sub-pages of the website, and his log-in data need not be re-entered each time he or she logs in on a new page.

1.5.3 Strictly necessary cookies may be used on the website without the Data Subject’s consent. For this reason, strictly necessary cookies may not be individually enabled and disabled. However, the Data Subject can switch the cookies off at any time in his or her browser (see Section 1.8).

1.5.4 Legal grounds: GDPR Section 6 (1) b).

1.6 Functional and Performance Cookies

1.6.1 Functional Cookies enable the storage of data specified on the website (e.g. the registered name or the selected language), and offering improved and custom-tailored functions based on these data. These cookies only collect and store anonymous data to prevent the monitoring of the Data Subject’s movements on other websites.

1.6.2 Performance cookies collect data on the way the website is used in order to enable the Controller improve the attractiveness, content and functions of the website. These cookies help, for example, the owner to determine if the sub-pages of the website are visited and which sub-pages are visited, and which contents are especially interesting for the users. Performance cookies serve the purpose of
recording especially the number of visitors on a page, the number of entries to sub-pages, the time spent on the website, the order of visiting pages, the expressions that guided the Data Subject to the Controller, the country, the region and in given cases, the city where the Data Subject logs in, and the ratio of mobile devices accessing the website;

recording the movements of the computer mouse, and the clicks and scrolls made with the mouse in order to allow the Controller understand which units of the website are especially interesting for users.

1.6.3 The Controller does not use these data in relation to the Data Subject’s name or user profile, rather it processes them as parts of the statistical statement. As a result, it can change the website content and optimize its offer in accordance with user needs. The IP address of the Data Subject’s computer transmitted for technical reasons is automatically anonymized and does not allow drawing conclusions for the individual user.

1.6.4 Legal grounds: GDPR Section 6 (1) f).

1.7 Cookies based on consent

1.7.1 The Controller may only use cookies that are not strictly necessary and are neither function, nor performance cookies, such as advertisement / marketing cookies with the Data Subject’s express consent.

1.7.2 In addition, the Controller retains the right to using the data obtained from the anonymous analysis of the habits of website visitors through the cookies, in order to display the individual advertisements of certain of its products. All this is to the Data Subject’s benefit, as by this method the Controller displays advertisements or contents the Controller believes might interest the Data Subject on the basis of his or her browsing habits, and thus the latter will see fewer random advertisements or contents that coincide less with the Data Subject’s demands.

1.7.3 Marketing cookies come from external advertising companies (Third-Party Cookies) and collect information from websites visited by the Data Subject in order to compile promotion focused on the target group.

1.7.4 Legal grounds: GDPR 6 (1) a).

1.7.5 The Data Subject may disable the cookies used for promotion using devices made in numerous countries in the framework of self-regulating programs that ensure the enforcement of the Data Subject’s choice, such as the American https://www.aboutads.info/choices/ or the European http://www.youronlinechoices.com/hu/.
The Data Subject may withdraw his or her consent to the use of cookies based on consent at any time in the future by appropriately modifying the settings of the cookie.

1.8 Processing and deletion of cookies
The Data Subject may set his or her browser (Explorer here, Google Chrome here, Mozilla Firefox here, Safari here) to enable it to block saving cookie and/or to prompt the browser to ask on each single occasion if the Data Subject agrees with enabling cookies. The Data Subject may at any time delete the cookies he or she has repeatedly enabled. Using the help function in the browser, the Data Subject can have detailed information about its operation. The general disabling of cookie use may restrict the operation of certain website functions.

1.9 Google Analytics

1.9.1 The website uses Google Analytics, the web-based analytical service of Google Inc. (“Google”). This includes the use of a specific form of the cookie by Google Analytics, which is stored by the Data Subject’s computer and which enables the analysis of the Data Subject’s use of the website. The information generated with the help of the cookie about the Data Subject’s use of the website is usually transmitted to, and then stored on, a Google server located in the United States.

1.9.2 The Data Subject may prevent cookie storage by applying the appropriate settings in the course of using his or her browser software. In addition, by downloading and installing the browser plug-in accessible at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en, the Data Subject may prevent Google from recording and processing the data related to the Data Subject’s website use, generated by the cookie (including his or her IP address).

1.9.3 The website also uses Google Analytics for the independent analysis of visitor flows with the help of user Ids. In the menu points “My Information”, “Personal Information”, in his or her Google account, the Data Subject may disable the tracking of his or her use between the various devices.

1.9.4 Legal ground: GDPR Section 6 (1) f).

In compliance with the relevant statutory regulations specifying the protection of personal data, Edenred Magyarország Korlátolt Felelősségű Társaság (registered office/official mailing address: 1134 Budapest, Váci út 45., company registration number: 01-09-266926; electronic contact details: ugyfelszolgalat-hu@edenred.com and dpo.hungary@edenred.com; website: portal.edenredelfogadohely.hu; phone: +36 1 413 3333, represented by: Krisztián Balázs, hereinafter: Controller) informs the about visitors of its website about the cookies placed on its website.

1.1 When visiting the website, the Data Subject’s computer will store cookies. Cookies are small-size text files stored in the Data Subject’s browser on his or her device in order to save certain information. Next time when the Data Subject visits the website using the same device, the information saved in the cookies is transmitted to either the website (“First-Party Cookie”) or another website where the cookie belongs (“Third-Party Cookie”).

1.2 Through the saved and returned information, the website recognizes that the Data Subject has already had access and had visited the website with the browser used on the device. The Controller uses this information for an optimum design and display of the website in harmony with the Data Subject’s preferences. In this respect, only the cookies alone are identified on the Data Subject’s device. Above this extent, the Controller is only allowed to save the Data Subject’s personal data with his or her express consent or in the event saving is indispensable for using the service offered for the Data Subject and accessed by the Data Subject.

1.3 The website uses the following types of cookies, with explanation on the scope and function of the cookies as follows:

  • Strictly necessary cookies
  • Functional and Performance cookies
  • Cookies based on consent

1.4 The website uses the following cookies:

Name of the cookie Type of the cookie Cookie ID Cookie provider Data processed by the cookie
Purpose of the cookie
Life-cycle of the cookie
Extranet language Strictly necessary cookies NG_TRANSLATE_LANG_KEY Y-collective stores the selected language language archival Deleted when the browser is closed
Extranet session Strictly necessary cookies loggedUserToken Y-collective stores the user session ID identification of the user’s session Deleted when the browser is closed
Extranet session Strictly necessary cookies loggedUserId Y-collective stores the user ID user identification Deleted when the browser is closed
Extranet session Strictly necessary cookies loggedUserCompanyId Y-collective stores the user’s company ID identification of the user’s company Deleted when the browser is closed
Google Analytics Functional and Performance cookie _ga  Google url, website address, name of the browser, size of the browser window, monitor size, java, flash version, location, language Anonymous statistics  2 years
Google Analytics Functional and Performance cookie _gat  Google url, website address, name of the browser, size of the browser window, monitor size, java, flash version, location, language Anonymous statistics Deleted when the browser is closed
Google Analytics Functional and Performance cookie _gid  Google url, website address, name of the browser, size of the browser window, monitor size, java, flash version, location, language Anonymous statistics  24 hours

 

1.5 Strictly necessary cookies

1.5.1 Strictly necessary cookies ensure functions without which the website cannot be used for its intended purpose. As only the Controller can use these cookies, they are called First-Party Cookies. This means that all the information stored in the cookies are returned to the website.

1.5.2 Strictly necessary cookies are used, for example, for keeping the Data Subject as a registered user always logged in when he or she accesses the various sub-pages of the website, and his log-in data need not be re-entered each time he or she logs in on a new page.

1.5.3 Strictly necessary cookies may be used on the website without the Data Subject’s consent. For this reason, strictly necessary cookies may not be individually enabled and disabled. However, the Data Subject can switch the cookies off at any time in his or her browser (see Section 1.8).

1.5.4 Legal grounds: GDPR Section 6 (1) b).

1.6 Functional and Performance Cookies

1.6.1 Functional Cookies enable the storage of data specified on the website (e.g. the registered name or the selected language), and offering improved and custom-tailored functions based on these data. These cookies only collect and store anonymous data to prevent the monitoring of the Data Subject’s movements on other websites.

1.6.2 Performance cookies collect data on the way the website is used in order to enable the Controller improve the attractiveness, content and functions of the website. These cookies help, for example, the owner to determine if the sub-pages of the website are visited and which sub-pages are visited, and which contents are especially interesting for the users. Performance cookies serve the purpose of
recording especially the number of visitors on a page, the number of entries to sub-pages, the time spent on the website, the order of visiting pages, the expressions that guided the Data Subject to the Controller, the country, the region and in given cases, the city where the Data Subject logs in, and the ratio of mobile devices accessing the website;

recording the movements of the computer mouse, and the clicks and scrolls made with the mouse in order to allow the Controller understand which units of the website are especially interesting for users.

1.6.3 The Controller does not use these data in relation to the Data Subject’s name or user profile, rather it processes them as parts of the statistical statement. As a result, it can change the website content and optimize its offer in accordance with user needs. The IP address of the Data Subject’s computer transmitted for technical reasons is automatically anonymized and does not allow drawing conclusions for the individual user.

1.6.4 Legal grounds: GDPR Section 6 (1) f).

1.7 Cookies based on consent

1.7.1 The Controller may only use cookies that are not strictly necessary and are neither function, nor performance cookies, such as advertisement / marketing cookies with the Data Subject’s express consent.

1.7.2 In addition, the Controller retains the right to using the data obtained from the anonymous analysis of the habits of website visitors through the cookies, in order to display the individual advertisements of certain of its products. All this is to the Data Subject’s benefit, as by this method the Controller displays advertisements or contents the Controller believes might interest the Data Subject on the basis of his or her browsing habits, and thus the latter will see fewer random advertisements or contents that coincide less with the Data Subject’s demands.

1.7.3 Marketing cookies come from external advertising companies (Third-Party Cookies) and collect information from websites visited by the Data Subject in order to compile promotion focused on the target group.

1.7.4 Legal grounds: GDPR 6 (1) a).

1.7.5 The Data Subject may disable the cookies used for promotion using devices made in numerous countries in the framework of self-regulating programs that ensure the enforcement of the Data Subject’s choice, such as the American https://www.aboutads.info/choices/ or the European http://www.youronlinechoices.com/hu/.
The Data Subject may withdraw his or her consent to the use of cookies based on consent at any time in the future by appropriately modifying the settings of the cookie.

1.8 Processing and deletion of cookies
The Data Subject may set his or her browser (Explorer here, Google Chrome here, Mozilla Firefox here, Safari here) to enable it to block saving cookie and/or to prompt the browser to ask on each single occasion if the Data Subject agrees with enabling cookies. The Data Subject may at any time delete the cookies he or she has repeatedly enabled. Using the help function in the browser, the Data Subject can have detailed information about its operation. The general disabling of cookie use may restrict the operation of certain website functions.

1.9 Google Analytics

1.9.1 The website uses Google Analytics, the web-based analytical service of Google Inc. (“Google”). This includes the use of a specific form of the cookie by Google Analytics, which is stored by the Data Subject’s computer and which enables the analysis of the Data Subject’s use of the website. The information generated with the help of the cookie about the Data Subject’s use of the website is usually transmitted to, and then stored on, a Google server located in the United States.

1.9.2 The Data Subject may prevent cookie storage by applying the appropriate settings in the course of using his or her browser software. In addition, by downloading and installing the browser plug-in accessible at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en, the Data Subject may prevent Google from recording and processing the data related to the Data Subject’s website use, generated by the cookie (including his or her IP address).

1.9.3 The website also uses Google Analytics for the independent analysis of visitor flows with the help of user Ids. In the menu points “My Information”, “Personal Information”, in his or her Google account, the Data Subject may disable the tracking of his or her use between the various devices.

1.9.4 Legal ground: GDPR Section 6 (1) f).

In compliance with the relevant statutory regulations specifying the protection of personal data, Edenred Magyarország Korlátolt Felelősségű Társaság (registered office/official mailing address: 1134 Budapest, Váci út 45., company registration number: 01-09-266926; electronic contact details: ugyfelszolgalat-hu@edenred.com and dpo.hungary@edenred.com; website: edenredonline.hu; phone: +36 1 413 3333, represented by: Krisztián Balázs, hereinafter: Controller) informs the about visitors of its website about the cookies placed on its website.

1.1 When visiting the website, the Data Subject’s computer will store cookies. Cookies are small-size text files stored in the Data Subject’s browser on his or her device in order to save certain information. Next time when the Data Subject visits the website using the same device, the information saved in the cookies is transmitted to either the website (“First-Party Cookie”) or another website where the cookie belongs (“Third-Party Cookie”).

1.2 Through the saved and returned information, the website recognizes that the Data Subject has already had access and had visited the website with the browser used on the device. The Controller uses this information for an optimum design and display of the website in harmony with the Data Subject’s preferences. In this respect, only the cookies alone are identified on the Data Subject’s device. Above this extent, the Controller is only allowed to save the Data Subject’s personal data with his or her express consent or in the event saving is indispensable for using the service offered for the Data Subject and accessed by the Data Subject.

1.3 The website uses the following types of cookies, with explanation on the scope and function of the cookies as follows:

  • Strictly necessary cookies
  • Functional and Performance cookies
  • Cookies based on consent

1.4 The website uses the following cookies:

Name of the cookie Type of the cookie Cookie ID Cookie provider Data processed by the cookie
Purpose of the cookie
Life-cycle of the cookie
WP function Strictly necessary cookies wp-settings-4 WordPress necessary for the use of functions correct operation 1 year
WP function Strictly necessary cookies wp-settings-time-4 WordPress necessary for the use of functions correct operation 1 year
WP GDPR Strictly necessary cookies gdpr%5Bprivacy_bar%5D WordPress fact of approval compliance with the approval of cookies 1 year
WP GDPR Strictly necessary cookies gdpr[allowed_cookies] WordPress fact of approval approval of the conditions required for system operation 1 year
WP GDPR Strictly necessary cookies gdpr[consent_types] WordPress fact of approval this cookie stores the conditions approved by the user 1 year
 Google Analytics Functional and Performance cookie _ga  Google url, website address, name of the browser, size of the browser window, monitor size, java, flash version, location, language Anonymous statistics  2 years
 Google Analytics Functional and Performance cookie _gid  Google url, website address, name of the browser, size of the browser window, monitor size, java, flash version, location, language Anonymous statistics  24 hours
 Google Analytics Functional and Performance cookie _gat  Google url, website address, name of the browser, size of the browser window, monitor size, java, flash version, location, language Anonymous statistics deleted when the browser is closed
Crazyegg Functional and Performance cookie _ceg.s, _ceg.u  Crazyegg mouse clicks, scroll statistics Anonymous statistics  3 months


1.5 Strictly necessary cookies

1.5.1 Strictly necessary cookies ensure functions without which the website cannot be used for its intended purpose. As only the Controller can use these cookies, they are called First-Party Cookies. This means that all the information stored in the cookies are returned to the website.

1.5.2 Strictly necessary cookies are used, for example, for keeping the Data Subject as a registered user always logged in when he or she accesses the various sub-pages of the website, and his log-in data need not be re-entered each time he or she logs in on a new page.

1.5.3 Strictly necessary cookies may be used on the website without the Data Subject’s consent. For this reason, strictly necessary cookies may not be individually enabled and disabled. However, the Data Subject can switch the cookies off at any time in his or her browser (see Section 1.8).

1.5.4 Legal grounds: GDPR Section 6 (1) b).

1.6 Functional and Performance Cookies

1.6.1 Functional Cookies enable the storage of data specified on the website (e.g. the registered name or the selected language), and offering improved and custom-tailored functions based on these data. These cookies only collect and store anonymous data to prevent the monitoring of the Data Subject’s movements on other websites.

1.6.2 Performance cookies collect data on the way the website is used in order to enable the Controller improve the attractiveness, content and functions of the website. These cookies help, for example, the owner to determine if the sub-pages of the website are visited and which sub-pages are visited, and which contents are especially interesting for the users. Performance cookies serve the purpose of
recording especially the number of visitors on a page, the number of entries to sub-pages, the time spent on the website, the order of visiting pages, the expressions that guided the Data Subject to the Controller, the country, the region and in given cases, the city where the Data Subject logs in, and the ratio of mobile devices accessing the website;

recording the movements of the computer mouse, and the clicks and scrolls made with the mouse in order to allow the Controller understand which units of the website are especially interesting for users.

1.6.3 The Controller does not use these data in relation to the Data Subject’s name or user profile, rather it processes them as parts of the statistical statement. As a result, it can change the website content and optimize its offer in accordance with user needs. The IP address of the Data Subject’s computer transmitted for technical reasons is automatically anonymized and does not allow drawing conclusions for the individual user.

1.6.4 Legal grounds: GDPR Section 6 (1) f).

1.7 Cookies based on consent

1.7.1 The Controller may only use cookies that are not strictly necessary and are neither function, nor performance cookies, such as advertisement / marketing cookies with the Data Subject’s express consent.

1.7.2 In addition, the Controller retains the right to using the data obtained from the anonymous analysis of the habits of website visitors through the cookies, in order to display the individual advertisements of certain of its products. All this is to the Data Subject’s benefit, as by this method the Controller displays advertisements or contents the Controller believes might interest the Data Subject on the basis of his or her browsing habits, and thus the latter will see fewer random advertisements or contents that coincide less with the Data Subject’s demands.

1.7.3 Marketing cookies come from external advertising companies (Third-Party Cookies) and collect information from websites visited by the Data Subject in order to compile promotion focused on the target group.

1.7.4 Legal grounds: GDPR 6 (1) a).

1.7.5 The Data Subject may disable the cookies used for promotion using devices made in numerous countries in the framework of self-regulating programs that ensure the enforcement of the Data Subject’s choice, such as the American https://www.aboutads.info/choices/ or the European http://www.youronlinechoices.com/hu/.
The Data Subject may withdraw his or her consent to the use of cookies based on consent at any time in the future by appropriately modifying the settings of the cookie.

1.8 Processing and deletion of cookies
The Data Subject may set his or her browser (Explorer here, Google Chrome here, Mozilla Firefox here, Safari here) to enable it to block saving cookie and/or to prompt the browser to ask on each single occasion if the Data Subject agrees with enabling cookies. The Data Subject may at any time delete the cookies he or she has repeatedly enabled. Using the help function in the browser, the Data Subject can have detailed information about its operation. The general disabling of cookie use may restrict the operation of certain website functions.

1.9 Google Analytics

1.9.1 The website uses Google Analytics, the web-based analytical service of Google Inc. (“Google”). This includes the use of a specific form of the cookie by Google Analytics, which is stored by the Data Subject’s computer and which enables the analysis of the Data Subject’s use of the website. The information generated with the help of the cookie about the Data Subject’s use of the website is usually transmitted to, and then stored on, a Google server located in the United States.

1.9.2 The Data Subject may prevent cookie storage by applying the appropriate settings in the course of using his or her browser software. In addition, by downloading and installing the browser plug-in accessible at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en, the Data Subject may prevent Google from recording and processing the data related to the Data Subject’s website use, generated by the cookie (including his or her IP address).

1.9.3 The website also uses Google Analytics for the independent analysis of visitor flows with the help of user Ids. In the menu points “My Information”, “Personal Information”, in his or her Google account, the Data Subject may disable the tracking of his or her use between the various devices.

1.9.4 Legal ground: GDPR Section 6 (1) f).

In compliance with the relevant statutory regulations specifying the protection of personal data, Edenred Magyarország Korlátolt Felelősségű Társaság (registered office/official mailing address: 1134 Budapest, Váci út 45., company registration number: 01-09-266926; electronic contact details: ugyfelszolgalat-hu@edenred.com and dpo.hungary@edenred.com; website: rendeles.edenredonline.hu; phone: +36 1 413 3333, represented by: Krisztián Balázs, hereinafter: Controller) informs the about visitors of its website about the cookies placed on its website.

1.1 When visiting the website, the Data Subject’s computer will store cookies. Cookies are small-size text files stored in the Data Subject’s browser on his or her device in order to save certain information. Next time when the Data Subject visits the website using the same device, the information saved in the cookies is transmitted to either the website (“First-Party Cookie”) or another website where the cookie belongs (“Third-Party Cookie”).

1.2 Through the saved and returned information, the website recognizes that the Data Subject has already had access and had visited the website with the browser used on the device. The Controller uses this information for an optimum design and display of the website in harmony with the Data Subject’s preferences. In this respect, only the cookies alone are identified on the Data Subject’s device. Above this extent, the Controller is only allowed to save the Data Subject’s personal data with his or her express consent or in the event saving is indispensable for using the service offered for the Data Subject and accessed by the Data Subject.

1.3 The website uses the following types of cookies, with explanation on the scope and function of the cookies as follows:

  • Strictly necessary cookies
  • Functional and Performance cookies
  • Cookies based on consent

1.4 The website uses the following cookies:

Name of the cookie Type of the cookie Cookie ID Cookie provider Data processed by the cookie
Purpose of the cookie
Life-cycle of the cookie
Extranet language Strictly necessary cookies NG_TRANSLATE_LANG_KEY Y-collective stores the selected language language archival Deleted when the browser is closed
Extranet session Strictly necessary cookies loggedUserToken Y-collective stores the user session ID identification of the user’s session Deleted when the browser is closed
Extranet session Strictly necessary cookies loggedUserId Y-collective stores the user ID user identification Deleted when the browser is closed
Extranet session Strictly necessary cookies loggedUserCompanyId Y-collective stores the user’s company ID identification of the user’s company Deleted when the browser is closed
 Google Analytics Functional and Performance cookie _ga  Google url, website address, name of the browser, size of the browser window, monitor size, java, flash version, location, language Anonymous statistics  2 years
 Google Analytics Functional and Performance cookie _gid  Google url, website address, name of the browser, size of the browser window, monitor size, java, flash version, location, language Anonymous statistics  24 hours
 Google Analytics Functional and Performance cookie _gat  Google url, website address, name of the browser, size of the browser window, monitor size, java, flash version, location, language Anonymous statistics deleted when the browser is closed


1.5 Strictly necessary cookies

1.5.1 Strictly necessary cookies ensure functions without which the website cannot be used for its intended purpose. As only the Controller can use these cookies, they are called First-Party Cookies. This means that all the information stored in the cookies are returned to the website.

1.5.2 Strictly necessary cookies are used, for example, for keeping the Data Subject as a registered user always logged in when he or she accesses the various sub-pages of the website, and his log-in data need not be re-entered each time he or she logs in on a new page.

1.5.3 Strictly necessary cookies may be used on the website without the Data Subject’s consent. For this reason, strictly necessary cookies may not be individually enabled and disabled. However, the Data Subject can switch the cookies off at any time in his or her browser (see Section 1.8).

1.5.4 Legal grounds: GDPR Section 6 (1) b).

1.6 Functional and Performance Cookies

1.6.1 Functional Cookies enable the storage of data specified on the website (e.g. the registered name or the selected language), and offering improved and custom-tailored functions based on these data. These cookies only collect and store anonymous data to prevent the monitoring of the Data Subject’s movements on other websites.

1.6.2 Performance cookies collect data on the way the website is used in order to enable the Controller improve the attractiveness, content and functions of the website. These cookies help, for example, the owner to determine if the sub-pages of the website are visited and which sub-pages are visited, and which contents are especially interesting for the users. Performance cookies serve the purpose of
recording especially the number of visitors on a page, the number of entries to sub-pages, the time spent on the website, the order of visiting pages, the expressions that guided the Data Subject to the Controller, the country, the region and in given cases, the city where the Data Subject logs in, and the ratio of mobile devices accessing the website;

recording the movements of the computer mouse, and the clicks and scrolls made with the mouse in order to allow the Controller understand which units of the website are especially interesting for users.

1.6.3 The Controller does not use these data in relation to the Data Subject’s name or user profile, rather it processes them as parts of the statistical statement. As a result, it can change the website content and optimize its offer in accordance with user needs. The IP address of the Data Subject’s computer transmitted for technical reasons is automatically anonymized and does not allow drawing conclusions for the individual user.

1.6.4 Legal grounds: GDPR Section 6 (1) f).

1.7 Cookies based on consent

1.7.1 The Controller may only use cookies that are not strictly necessary and are neither function, nor performance cookies, such as advertisement / marketing cookies with the Data Subject’s express consent.

1.7.2 In addition, the Controller retains the right to using the data obtained from the anonymous analysis of the habits of website visitors through the cookies, in order to display the individual advertisements of certain of its products. All this is to the Data Subject’s benefit, as by this method the Controller displays advertisements or contents the Controller believes might interest the Data Subject on the basis of his or her browsing habits, and thus the latter will see fewer random advertisements or contents that coincide less with the Data Subject’s demands.

1.7.3 Marketing cookies come from external advertising companies (Third-Party Cookies) and collect information from websites visited by the Data Subject in order to compile promotion focused on the target group.

1.7.4 Legal grounds: GDPR 6 (1) a).

1.7.5 The Data Subject may disable the cookies used for promotion using devices made in numerous countries in the framework of self-regulating programs that ensure the enforcement of the Data Subject’s choice, such as the American https://www.aboutads.info/choices/ or the European http://www.youronlinechoices.com/hu/.
The Data Subject may withdraw his or her consent to the use of cookies based on consent at any time in the future by appropriately modifying the settings of the cookie.

1.8 Processing and deletion of cookies
The Data Subject may set his or her browser (Explorer here, Google Chrome here, Mozilla Firefox here, Safari here) to enable it to block saving cookie and/or to prompt the browser to ask on each single occasion if the Data Subject agrees with enabling cookies. The Data Subject may at any time delete the cookies he or she has repeatedly enabled. Using the help function in the browser, the Data Subject can have detailed information about its operation. The general disabling of cookie use may restrict the operation of certain website functions.

1.9 Google Analytics

1.9.1 The website uses Google Analytics, the web-based analytical service of Google Inc. (“Google”). This includes the use of a specific form of the cookie by Google Analytics, which is stored by the Data Subject’s computer and which enables the analysis of the Data Subject’s use of the website. The information generated with the help of the cookie about the Data Subject’s use of the website is usually transmitted to, and then stored on, a Google server located in the United States.

1.9.2 The Data Subject may prevent cookie storage by applying the appropriate settings in the course of using his or her browser software. In addition, by downloading and installing the browser plug-in accessible at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en, the Data Subject may prevent Google from recording and processing the data related to the Data Subject’s website use, generated by the cookie (including his or her IP address).

1.9.3 The website also uses Google Analytics for the independent analysis of visitor flows with the help of user Ids. In the menu points “My Information”, “Personal Information”, in his or her Google account, the Data Subject may disable the tracking of his or her use between the various devices.

1.9.4 Legal ground: GDPR Section 6 (1) f).

In compliance with the relevant statutory regulations specifying the protection of personal data, Edenred Magyarország Korlátolt Felelősségű Társaság (registered office/official mailing address: 1134 Budapest, Váci út 45., company registration number: 01-09-266926; electronic contact details: ugyfelszolgalat-hu@edenred.com and dpo.hungary@edenred.com; website: ugyfelszolgalat.edenred.hu; phone: +36 1 413 3333, represented by: Krisztián Balázs, hereinafter: Controller) informs the about visitors of its website about the cookies placed on its website.

1.1 When visiting the website, the Data Subject’s computer will store cookies. Cookies are small-size text files stored in the Data Subject’s browser on his or her device in order to save certain information. Next time when the Data Subject visits the website using the same device, the information saved in the cookies is transmitted to either the website (“First-Party Cookie”) or another website where the cookie belongs (“Third-Party Cookie”).

1.2 Through the saved and returned information, the website recognizes that the Data Subject has already had access and had visited the website with the browser used on the device. The Controller uses this information for an optimum design and display of the website in harmony with the Data Subject’s preferences. In this respect, only the cookies alone are identified on the Data Subject’s device. Above this extent, the Controller is only allowed to save the Data Subject’s personal data with his or her express consent or in the event saving is indispensable for using the service offered for the Data Subject and accessed by the Data Subject.

1.3 The website uses the following types of cookies, with explanation on the scope and function of the cookies as follows:

  • Strictly necessary cookies
  • Functional and Performance cookies
  • Cookies based on consent

1.4 The website uses the following cookies:

Name of the cookie Type of the cookie Cookie ID Cookie provider Data processed by the cookie
Purpose of the cookie
Life-cycle of the cookie
Extranet language Strictly necessary cookies NG_TRANSLATE_LANG_KEY Y-collective stores the selected language language archival Deleted when the browser is closed
Extranet session Strictly necessary cookies loggedUserToken Y-collective stores the user session ID identification of the user’s session Deleted when the browser is closed
Extranet session Strictly necessary cookies loggedUserId Y-collective stores the user ID user identification Deleted when the browser is closed
 Google Analytics Functional and Performance cookie _ga  Google url, website address, name of the browser, size of the browser window, monitor size, java, flash version, location, language Anonymous statistics  2 years
 Google Analytics Functional and Performance cookie _gid  Google url, website address, name of the browser, size of the browser window, monitor size, java, flash version, location, language Anonymous statistics  24 hours
 Google Analytics Functional and Performance cookie _gat  Google url, website address, name of the browser, size of the browser window, monitor size, java, flash version, location, language Anonymous statistics deleted when the browser is closed


1.5 Strictly necessary cookies

1.5.1 Strictly necessary cookies ensure functions without which the website cannot be used for its intended purpose. As only the Controller can use these cookies, they are called First-Party Cookies. This means that all the information stored in the cookies are returned to the website.

1.5.2 Strictly necessary cookies are used, for example, for keeping the Data Subject as a registered user always logged in when he or she accesses the various sub-pages of the website, and his log-in data need not be re-entered each time he or she logs in on a new page.

1.5.3 Strictly necessary cookies may be used on the website without the Data Subject’s consent. For this reason, strictly necessary cookies may not be individually enabled and disabled. However, the Data Subject can switch the cookies off at any time in his or her browser (see Section 1.8).

1.5.4 Legal grounds: GDPR Section 6 (1) b).

1.6 Functional and Performance Cookies

1.6.1 Functional Cookies enable the storage of data specified on the website (e.g. the registered name or the selected language), and offering improved and custom-tailored functions based on these data. These cookies only collect and store anonymous data to prevent the monitoring of the Data Subject’s movements on other websites.

1.6.2 Performance cookies collect data on the way the website is used in order to enable the Controller improve the attractiveness, content and functions of the website. These cookies help, for example, the owner to determine if the sub-pages of the website are visited and which sub-pages are visited, and which contents are especially interesting for the users. Performance cookies serve the purpose of
recording especially the number of visitors on a page, the number of entries to sub-pages, the time spent on the website, the order of visiting pages, the expressions that guided the Data Subject to the Controller, the country, the region and in given cases, the city where the Data Subject logs in, and the ratio of mobile devices accessing the website;

recording the movements of the computer mouse, and the clicks and scrolls made with the mouse in order to allow the Controller understand which units of the website are especially interesting for users.

1.6.3 The Controller does not use these data in relation to the Data Subject’s name or user profile, rather it processes them as parts of the statistical statement. As a result, it can change the website content and optimize its offer in accordance with user needs. The IP address of the Data Subject’s computer transmitted for technical reasons is automatically anonymized and does not allow drawing conclusions for the individual user.

1.6.4 Legal grounds: GDPR Section 6 (1) f).

1.7 Cookies based on consent

1.7.1 The Controller may only use cookies that are not strictly necessary and are neither function, nor performance cookies, such as advertisement / marketing cookies with the Data Subject’s express consent.

1.7.2 In addition, the Controller retains the right to using the data obtained from the anonymous analysis of the habits of website visitors through the cookies, in order to display the individual advertisements of certain of its products. All this is to the Data Subject’s benefit, as by this method the Controller displays advertisements or contents the Controller believes might interest the Data Subject on the basis of his or her browsing habits, and thus the latter will see fewer random advertisements or contents that coincide less with the Data Subject’s demands.

1.7.3 Marketing cookies come from external advertising companies (Third-Party Cookies) and collect information from websites visited by the Data Subject in order to compile promotion focused on the target group.

1.7.4 Legal grounds: GDPR 6 (1) a).

1.7.5 The Data Subject may disable the cookies used for promotion using devices made in numerous countries in the framework of self-regulating programs that ensure the enforcement of the Data Subject’s choice, such as the American https://www.aboutads.info/choices/ or the European http://www.youronlinechoices.com/hu/.
The Data Subject may withdraw his or her consent to the use of cookies based on consent at any time in the future by appropriately modifying the settings of the cookie.

1.8 Processing and deletion of cookies
The Data Subject may set his or her browser (Explorer here, Google Chrome here, Mozilla Firefox here, Safari here) to enable it to block saving cookie and/or to prompt the browser to ask on each single occasion if the Data Subject agrees with enabling cookies. The Data Subject may at any time delete the cookies he or she has repeatedly enabled. Using the help function in the browser, the Data Subject can have detailed information about its operation. The general disabling of cookie use may restrict the operation of certain website functions.

1.9 Google Analytics

1.9.1 The website uses Google Analytics, the web-based analytical service of Google Inc. (“Google”). This includes the use of a specific form of the cookie by Google Analytics, which is stored by the Data Subject’s computer and which enables the analysis of the Data Subject’s use of the website. The information generated with the help of the cookie about the Data Subject’s use of the website is usually transmitted to, and then stored on, a Google server located in the United States.

1.9.2 The Data Subject may prevent cookie storage by applying the appropriate settings in the course of using his or her browser software. In addition, by downloading and installing the browser plug-in accessible at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en, the Data Subject may prevent Google from recording and processing the data related to the Data Subject’s website use, generated by the cookie (including his or her IP address).

1.9.3 The website also uses Google Analytics for the independent analysis of visitor flows with the help of user Ids. In the menu points “My Information”, “Personal Information”, in his or her Google account, the Data Subject may disable the tracking of his or her use between the various devices.

1.9.4 Legal ground: GDPR Section 6 (1) f).

In compliance with the relevant statutory regulations specifying the protection of personal data, Edenred Magyarország Korlátolt Felelősségű Társaság (registered office/official mailing address: 1134 Budapest, Váci út 45., company registration number: 01-09-266926; electronic contact details: ugyfelszolgalat-hu@edenred.com and dpo.hungary@edenred.com; website: ugyfelszolgalat.edenred.hu; phone: +36 1 413 3333, represented by: Krisztián Balázs, hereinafter: Controller) informs the about visitors of its website about the cookies placed on its website.

1.1 When visiting the website, the Data Subject’s computer will store cookies. Cookies are small-size text files stored in the Data Subject’s browser on his or her device in order to save certain information. Next time when the Data Subject visits the website using the same device, the information saved in the cookies is transmitted to either the website (“First-Party Cookie”) or another website where the cookie belongs (“Third-Party Cookie”).

1.2 Through the saved and returned information, the website recognizes that the Data Subject has already had access and had visited the website with the browser used on the device. The Controller uses this information for an optimum design and display of the website in harmony with the Data Subject’s preferences. In this respect, only the cookies alone are identified on the Data Subject’s device. Above this extent, the Controller is only allowed to save the Data Subject’s personal data with his or her express consent or in the event saving is indispensable for using the service offered for the Data Subject and accessed by the Data Subject.

1.3 The website uses the following types of cookies, with explanation on the scope and function of the cookies as follows:

  • Strictly necessary cookies
  • Functional and Performance cookies
  • Cookies based on consent

1.4 The website uses the following cookies:

Name of the cookie Type of the cookie Cookie ID Cookie provider Data processed by the cookie
Purpose of the cookie
Life-cycle of the cookie
WP function Strictly necessary cookies wp-settings-4 WordPress necessary for the use of functions correct operation 1 year
WP function Strictly necessary cookies wp-settings-time-4 WordPress necessary for the use of functions correct operation 1 year
WP GDPR Strictly necessary cookies gdpr%5Bprivacy_bar%5D WordPress fact of approval compliance with the approval of cookies 1 year
WP GDPR Strictly necessary cookies gdpr[allowed_cookies] WordPress fact of approval approval of the conditions required for system operation 1 year
WP GDPR Strictly necessary cookies gdpr[consent_types] WordPress fact of approval this cookie stores the conditions approved by the user 1 year
WPML Strictly necessary cookies wpml_referer_url WordPress necessary for the use of functions this cookie stores the URL of the visited page 1 year
WPML Strictly necessary cookies _icl_current_language WordPress necessary for the use of functions this cookie stores the URL of the visited page 1 year
WP function Strictly necessary cookies wordpress_test_cookie WordPress necessary for the use of functions wordpress checks if cookies are allowed to use in the browser end of session

 

1.5 Strictly necessary cookies

1.5.1 Strictly necessary cookies ensure functions without which the website cannot be used for its intended purpose. As only the Controller can use these cookies, they are called First-Party Cookies. This means that all the information stored in the cookies are returned to the website.

1.5.2 Strictly necessary cookies are used, for example, for keeping the Data Subject as a registered user always logged in when he or she accesses the various sub-pages of the website, and his log-in data need not be re-entered each time he or she logs in on a new page.

1.5.3 Strictly necessary cookies may be used on the website without the Data Subject’s consent. For this reason, strictly necessary cookies may not be individually enabled and disabled. However, the Data Subject can switch the cookies off at any time in his or her browser (see Section 1.8).

1.5.4 Legal grounds: GDPR Section 6 (1) b).

1.6 Functional and Performance Cookies

1.6.1 Functional Cookies enable the storage of data specified on the website (e.g. the registered name or the selected language), and offering improved and custom-tailored functions based on these data. These cookies only collect and store anonymous data to prevent the monitoring of the Data Subject’s movements on other websites.

1.6.2 Performance cookies collect data on the way the website is used in order to enable the Controller improve the attractiveness, content and functions of the website. These cookies help, for example, the owner to determine if the sub-pages of the website are visited and which sub-pages are visited, and which contents are especially interesting for the users. Performance cookies serve the purpose of
recording especially the number of visitors on a page, the number of entries to sub-pages, the time spent on the website, the order of visiting pages, the expressions that guided the Data Subject to the Controller, the country, the region and in given cases, the city where the Data Subject logs in, and the ratio of mobile devices accessing the website;

recording the movements of the computer mouse, and the clicks and scrolls made with the mouse in order to allow the Controller understand which units of the website are especially interesting for users.

1.6.3 The Controller does not use these data in relation to the Data Subject’s name or user profile, rather it processes them as parts of the statistical statement. As a result, it can change the website content and optimize its offer in accordance with user needs. The IP address of the Data Subject’s computer transmitted for technical reasons is automatically anonymized and does not allow drawing conclusions for the individual user.

1.6.4 Legal grounds: GDPR Section 6 (1) f).

1.7 Cookies based on consent

1.7.1 The Controller may only use cookies that are not strictly necessary and are neither function, nor performance cookies, such as advertisement / marketing cookies with the Data Subject’s express consent.

1.7.2 In addition, the Controller retains the right to using the data obtained from the anonymous analysis of the habits of website visitors through the cookies, in order to display the individual advertisements of certain of its products. All this is to the Data Subject’s benefit, as by this method the Controller displays advertisements or contents the Controller believes might interest the Data Subject on the basis of his or her browsing habits, and thus the latter will see fewer random advertisements or contents that coincide less with the Data Subject’s demands.

1.7.3 Marketing cookies come from external advertising companies (Third-Party Cookies) and collect information from websites visited by the Data Subject in order to compile promotion focused on the target group.

1.7.4 Legal grounds: GDPR 6 (1) a).

1.7.5 The Data Subject may disable the cookies used for promotion using devices made in numerous countries in the framework of self-regulating programs that ensure the enforcement of the Data Subject’s choice, such as the American https://www.aboutads.info/choices/ or the European http://www.youronlinechoices.com/hu/.
The Data Subject may withdraw his or her consent to the use of cookies based on consent at any time in the future by appropriately modifying the settings of the cookie.

1.8 Processing and deletion of cookies
The Data Subject may set his or her browser (Explorer here, Google Chrome here, Mozilla Firefox here, Safari here) to enable it to block saving cookie and/or to prompt the browser to ask on each single occasion if the Data Subject agrees with enabling cookies. The Data Subject may at any time delete the cookies he or she has repeatedly enabled. Using the help function in the browser, the Data Subject can have detailed information about its operation. The general disabling of cookie use may restrict the operation of certain website functions.

1.9 Google Analytics

1.9.1 The website uses Google Analytics, the web-based analytical service of Google Inc. (“Google”). This includes the use of a specific form of the cookie by Google Analytics, which is stored by the Data Subject’s computer and which enables the analysis of the Data Subject’s use of the website. The information generated with the help of the cookie about the Data Subject’s use of the website is usually transmitted to, and then stored on, a Google server located in the United States.

1.9.2 The Data Subject may prevent cookie storage by applying the appropriate settings in the course of using his or her browser software. In addition, by downloading and installing the browser plug-in accessible at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en, the Data Subject may prevent Google from recording and processing the data related to the Data Subject’s website use, generated by the cookie (including his or her IP address).

1.9.3 The website also uses Google Analytics for the independent analysis of visitor flows with the help of user Ids. In the menu points “My Information”, “Personal Information”, in his or her Google account, the Data Subject may disable the tracking of his or her use between the various devices.

1.9.4 Legal ground: GDPR Section 6 (1) f).

In compliance with the relevant statutory regulations specifying the protection of personal data, Edenred Magyarország Korlátolt Felelősségű Társaság (registered office/official mailing address: 1134 Budapest, Váci út 45., company registration number: 01-09-266926; electronic contact details: ugyfelszolgalat-hu@edenred.com and dpo.hungary@edenred.com; website: adatvedelem.edenred.hu; phone: +36 1 413 3333, represented by: Krisztián Balázs, hereinafter: Controller) informs the about visitors of its website about the cookies placed on its website.

1.1 When visiting the website, the Data Subject’s computer will store cookies. Cookies are small-size text files stored in the Data Subject’s browser on his or her device in order to save certain information. Next time when the Data Subject visits the website using the same device, the information saved in the cookies is transmitted to either the website (“First-Party Cookie”) or another website where the cookie belongs (“Third-Party Cookie”).

1.2 Through the saved and returned information, the website recognizes that the Data Subject has already had access and had visited the website with the browser used on the device. The Controller uses this information for an optimum design and display of the website in harmony with the Data Subject’s preferences. In this respect, only the cookies alone are identified on the Data Subject’s device. Above this extent, the Controller is only allowed to save the Data Subject’s personal data with his or her express consent or in the event saving is indispensable for using the service offered for the Data Subject and accessed by the Data Subject.

1.3 The website uses the following types of cookies, with explanation on the scope and function of the cookies as follows:

  • Strictly necessary cookies
  • Functional and Performance cookies
  • Cookies based on consent

1.4 The website uses the following cookies:

Name of the cookie Type of the cookie Cookie ID Cookie provider Data processed by the cookie
Purpose of the cookie
Life-cycle of the cookie
WP function Strictly necessary cookies wp-settings-4 WordPress necessary for the use of functions correct operation 1 year
WP function Strictly necessary cookies wp-settings-time-4 WordPress necessary for the use of functions correct operation 1 year
WP GDPR Strictly necessary cookies gdpr%5Bprivacy_bar%5D WordPress fact of approval compliance with the approval of cookies 1 year
WP GDPR Strictly necessary cookies gdpr[allowed_cookies] WordPress fact of approval approval of the conditions required for system operation 1 year
WP GDPR Strictly necessary cookies gdpr[consent_types] WordPress fact of approval this cookie stores the conditions approved by the user 1 year
WPML Strictly necessary cookies wpml_referer_url WordPress necessary for the use of functions this cookie stores the URL of the visited page 1 year
WPML Strictly necessary cookies _icl_current_language WordPress necessary for the use of functions this cookie stores the URL of the visited page 1 year
WP function Strictly necessary cookies wordpress_test_cookie WordPress necessary for the use of functions wordpress checks if cookies are allowed to use in the browser end of session

 

1.5 Strictly necessary cookies

1.5.1 Strictly necessary cookies ensure functions without which the website cannot be used for its intended purpose. As only the Controller can use these cookies, they are called First-Party Cookies. This means that all the information stored in the cookies are returned to the website.

1.5.2 Strictly necessary cookies are used, for example, for keeping the Data Subject as a registered user always logged in when he or she accesses the various sub-pages of the website, and his log-in data need not be re-entered each time he or she logs in on a new page.

1.5.3 Strictly necessary cookies may be used on the website without the Data Subject’s consent. For this reason, strictly necessary cookies may not be individually enabled and disabled. However, the Data Subject can switch the cookies off at any time in his or her browser (see Section 1.8).

1.5.4 Legal grounds: GDPR Section 6 (1) b).

1.6 Functional and Performance Cookies

1.6.1 Functional Cookies enable the storage of data specified on the website (e.g. the registered name or the selected language), and offering improved and custom-tailored functions based on these data. These cookies only collect and store anonymous data to prevent the monitoring of the Data Subject’s movements on other websites.

1.6.2 Performance cookies collect data on the way the website is used in order to enable the Controller improve the attractiveness, content and functions of the website. These cookies help, for example, the owner to determine if the sub-pages of the website are visited and which sub-pages are visited, and which contents are especially interesting for the users. Performance cookies serve the purpose of
recording especially the number of visitors on a page, the number of entries to sub-pages, the time spent on the website, the order of visiting pages, the expressions that guided the Data Subject to the Controller, the country, the region and in given cases, the city where the Data Subject logs in, and the ratio of mobile devices accessing the website;

recording the movements of the computer mouse, and the clicks and scrolls made with the mouse in order to allow the Controller understand which units of the website are especially interesting for users.

1.6.3 The Controller does not use these data in relation to the Data Subject’s name or user profile, rather it processes them as parts of the statistical statement. As a result, it can change the website content and optimize its offer in accordance with user needs. The IP address of the Data Subject’s computer transmitted for technical reasons is automatically anonymized and does not allow drawing conclusions for the individual user.

1.6.4 Legal grounds: GDPR Section 6 (1) f).

1.7 Cookies based on consent

1.7.1 The Controller may only use cookies that are not strictly necessary and are neither function, nor performance cookies, such as advertisement / marketing cookies with the Data Subject’s express consent.

1.7.2 In addition, the Controller retains the right to using the data obtained from the anonymous analysis of the habits of website visitors through the cookies, in order to display the individual advertisements of certain of its products. All this is to the Data Subject’s benefit, as by this method the Controller displays advertisements or contents the Controller believes might interest the Data Subject on the basis of his or her browsing habits, and thus the latter will see fewer random advertisements or contents that coincide less with the Data Subject’s demands.

1.7.3 Marketing cookies come from external advertising companies (Third-Party Cookies) and collect information from websites visited by the Data Subject in order to compile promotion focused on the target group.

1.7.4 Legal grounds: GDPR 6 (1) a).

1.7.5 The Data Subject may disable the cookies used for promotion using devices made in numerous countries in the framework of self-regulating programs that ensure the enforcement of the Data Subject’s choice, such as the American https://www.aboutads.info/choices/ or the European http://www.youronlinechoices.com/hu/.
The Data Subject may withdraw his or her consent to the use of cookies based on consent at any time in the future by appropriately modifying the settings of the cookie.

1.8 Processing and deletion of cookies
The Data Subject may set his or her browser (Explorer here, Google Chrome here, Mozilla Firefox here, Safari here) to enable it to block saving cookie and/or to prompt the browser to ask on each single occasion if the Data Subject agrees with enabling cookies. The Data Subject may at any time delete the cookies he or she has repeatedly enabled. Using the help function in the browser, the Data Subject can have detailed information about its operation. The general disabling of cookie use may restrict the operation of certain website functions.

1.9 Google Analytics

1.9.1 The website uses Google Analytics, the web-based analytical service of Google Inc. (“Google”). This includes the use of a specific form of the cookie by Google Analytics, which is stored by the Data Subject’s computer and which enables the analysis of the Data Subject’s use of the website. The information generated with the help of the cookie about the Data Subject’s use of the website is usually transmitted to, and then stored on, a Google server located in the United States.

1.9.2 The Data Subject may prevent cookie storage by applying the appropriate settings in the course of using his or her browser software. In addition, by downloading and installing the browser plug-in accessible at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en, the Data Subject may prevent Google from recording and processing the data related to the Data Subject’s website use, generated by the cookie (including his or her IP address).

1.9.3 The website also uses Google Analytics for the independent analysis of visitor flows with the help of user Ids. In the menu points “My Information”, “Personal Information”, in his or her Google account, the Data Subject may disable the tracking of his or her use between the various devices.

1.9.4 Legal ground: GDPR Section 6 (1) f).