About Cookies

Cookies are a piece of data sent from a web site and stored in your browser’s memory.

Cookies can be required to allow a web site to function properly as web sites are stateless (they don't remember user information from one internal page to another) but sometimes they are used to track user actions within one web or across multiple webs in order to collect usage information or identify interests and map behavior to be able to offer relevant advertisements.

Below is a description on the most common cookie categories.

Necessary cookies

Necessary cookies are used to make a web site function properly, they are generally not used for tracking and are not shared between webs.

The most common necessary action performed using a cookie is user authentication. When you log in to any web site, a cookie is stored in your browser including some piece of data used by the web to remember who is authenticated when you go to another internal page or refresh the site.

Cookies are also used so that a web knows what's in your shopping cart, load balancing information and more.

Preference cookies

Preference cookies enables the web site to remember information to customize how the web site looks or behaves for each user. This may include storing selected currency, region, language or color theme.

Analytical cookies

Analytical cookies are not necessary but are used to collect valuable information on how a web site is being used, identify issues and figure out what needs to be improved on the site and what content is useful. The information collected is in most cases anonymous, but some analytics services collect information that can be used to identify the user.

Marketing cookies

Marketing cookies are used to track visitors across websites to allow publishers to display relevant and engaging advertisements.

Consent to the Processing of Personal Data

In case you are provided healthcare services by the Organisation, the Organisation is further authorized and obliged to process your personal data including special category personal data (in particular information about health condition) for the purpose of providing health services in accordance with the law and, where applicable, for the purpose of further fullfillment of concluded healthcase services contract. In such case, the legal basis of processing is applicable for processing of personal data fulfillment of legal obligations by the Organisaion as the administrator of personal data or the contract fullfillment by the Organization. All necessary information on processing of personal data can be found in the document: Information about processing of personal data available on our website www.europeivf.com.

Contact details of the Administrator for processing of personal data: EUROPE IVF International s.r.o., ID 08508674, Praha 6, Evropská 859/115, PSČ 16000, info@europeivf.com, 00420 257 225 751

Your personal data will be processed only when freely agreed (under free consent) subject to the above stated conditions; processing your personal data will not lead to automated decision making or profiling; the organisation as an administrator did not appoint a Data Protection Officer, did not authorize the processing of personal data by any processor, nor did it designate a representative for the fulfillment of obligations within the meaning of the Regulation; the Organisation as an Administrator does not intend to pass on your personal data to a third country, an international organisation or other than the above third parties.

All provided special category personal data will be stored using software for keeping medical records and will be secured against unauthorized use and access.

You have the right at any time to withdraw your consent to the processing of personal data, the right to request access to your personal data from the Organisation, to correct or erase it, or to restrict processing, and to object to processing, I have the right to transfer the data to another administrator, also to make a complaint to the Office for Personal Data Protection (www.uoou.cz) if you consider that the data controller is in breach of the Regulation when processing personal data.