Privacy and cookies

Privacy and cookies

What is a cookie

A cookie is a small file consisting of a sequence of letters and a number that is downloaded to the visitor's computer when he first enters a certain website. The website allows the visitor to be recognized at each return, thereby contributing to a better functioning of the site and the user experience. A typical example is dedicated to the shopping cart. Without the cookie, it would be empty every time you leave the website. Cookies are not viruses, do not reproduce and in principle are not harmful.

Privacy and cookies

With them it is possible to analyze the traffic on the website, implement advanced advertising techniques and follow a certain user through different websites and create his profile from which intimate details of his life can be seen. In practice, this too often takes place covertly, so in this sense cookies represent an invasion of privacy. That is why the new legislation restricts the use of cookies. It does not prohibit them, but tightens the rules of use. The key is that website users must be aware of cookies and that they must be offered a choice as to whether they want the website to monitor their online activities in this way.

Strictly necessary cookies

These cookies are automatically allowed because the website won't work without them. They are essential to allow you to navigate our site and to make sure the core processes work.


Cookies Lifespan What is it for
JSESSIONID, PHPSESSIONID, ASPSESSIONID, etc As long as you are on the website. It is removed when you exit or log out of the website. The session cookie tracks your activity on the website. It ensures that the website remembers what you entered, or which subpages you visited. Without this cookie, each subpage would treat you as a new visitor. This cookie does not collect personal data, does not identify you, nor is it linked to other information held about you.
COOKIES_ENABLED As long as you are on the website. It is removed when you exit or log out of the website. This cookie records which cookies you have enabled. It does not collect your personal data, does not identify you, nor is it connected to other information that is kept about you.
lytee-admin, lytee-website As long as you are on the website. It is removed when you exit or log out of the website. We use this cookie for Sly, Lytee's application administration tool.


Analytics cookies

We use a number of tools that monitor visitor behaviour on our website to help us improve our information and services. The tool we use most consistently is Google Analytics. Anonymous data about your visit is collected and amalgamated with that of other visitors so we can better understand how people use our website.


Group Cookies Lifespan What is it for
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Until manual deletion Google Analytics is a web analysis service provided by Google. It collects information about the use of the website, including the IP address. It may store them on Google servers. Combined with the data of other users, they serve to analyze how often people visit the website, how they came to it (via advertising or referral links from other websites) and which subpages are the most visited. The data is not identified or linked to other information held about you.


Social media cookies

These cookies allow you to connect to social media, login to the website with Facebook and allow you to publish your activities on the website on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to inform the public about your activities online.


Group Cookies Lifespan What is it for
Facebook datr, lsd, reg_ext_ref,
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Various It may happen that Facebook plugins or some of Facebook's functions are used on the website, such as the "like" button. In this case, Facebook sets cookies for every visitor to the website. At the same time, if the visitor is logged into their account, Facebook will detect the visit to the website.