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Cookies

At certain moments, we place small text files called cookies into your computer to make our website work properly. Most websites do so.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your computer or mobile device when you visit our website. This enables the site to remember, for some time, your actions and preferences, such as your login, language settings, font size or preferred monitor resolution, so that you do not have to communicate this data again when you come back or when you switch from one page to another.

How are cookies used?

We use cookies to improve the functionality of our website and better understand how our visitors use our pages, tools and services. Storing cookies on your computer helps us to personalise or enhance your experience with our site during your next visit.

List of cookies requiring consent

On our website, we use the following standard cookies for communicating with the analysis tool Google Analytics. For more information about the data processing procedure, visit Policy requirements for Google Analytics Advertising Features and How Google uses data when you use our partners’ sites or apps.

A _ga cookie is used to identify unique users and it expires after 2 years; it provides background information for analyses and is not necessary for the use of the website; it is a third-party cookie.

A _gat cookie is used to throttle the request rate and it expires after 10 minutes; it provides background information for analyses and is not necessary for the use of the website; it is a third-party cookie.

The consent to use these cookies is not essential for the working of our website; however, cookies affect the behaviour of our website and if you consent to their use, you will be provided with an enhanced browsing experience. You can disable or delete cookies but if you do so, certain properties of this website will be changed and it will not behave as intended.

The information contained in or relating to cookies is automatically anonymised, i.e. does not allow your personal identification.

How to administer cookies?

Most web browsers can be set so that all or only selected cookies are rejected. However, if you do so, you may find that working with pages will be uncomfortable or you may have to communicate your preferences at each visit to our website.

You can administer or delete the cookies stored by us on your computer as you wish.

You can easily enable or disable cookies on our website.

How to revoke/cancel the consent to the use of cookies.

Click on this link to revoke your consent.

Accessibility audit

This website complies with the accessibility principles set out in the Rules for the Creation of Accessible Websites incorporated in the Decree No. 64/2008 Coll., on the form of publishing information related to public administration of websites for disabled people (“the Accessibility Decree”). The decree became effective on 01 March 2008.

The ceskaposta.cz website has been designed and created with respect to the needs of handicapped users. It enables them to read all the text content and use the functional elements.

It also complies with the important rules of the methodologies of the Blind Friendly Web and WCAG 2.0.

Formats of downloadable documents

Certain information is available in a format different from a web page, in particular:

* PDF - To read this format, download the free programme Adobe Reader.

* DOC, XLS - To view these formats, use the Microsoft Office software; if you do not own it, download the free programmes: Word Viewer, Excel Viewer

Web administrator’s contact details

If you have any difficulty with the accessibility of ceskaposta.cz, please contact the technical web administrator on info@cpost.cz.