Cookie Policy

UroSystem – Cookie Policy

Urosystem Zrt (hereinafter referred to as Provider, Controller or Data Controller) meets its information obligations related to data processing by issuing this Policy. The Provider acknowledges the content of this legal notice as binding for itself and guarantees that all data processing operations related to its activities comply with the requirements defined in this Policy and the rules of law in force.

The Controller:

  • reserves the right to change this Policy; 
  • is committed to the protection of the personal data of its clients and partners and considers respect of its clients’ right for informational self-determination particularly important; 
  • will process personal data confidentially and take all security, technical and organizational measures to guarantee the security of such data;
  • will process personal data only for specific, explicit and legitimate purposes, for the purposes of exercising a right or fulfilling an obligation; will collect it taking the principle of fairness and legality into consideration and process it in adherence to such principles;
  • will process only personal data that is indispensable and suitable for the purposes of data processing. The Provider will process personal data to the extent and for the period necessary for implementing the purpose. Personal data will be stored in a form to enable identification of the data subject only for the period necessary for achieving the specific purposes, i.e. collection and further processing of the personal data.

The Controller’s data processing principles are in accordance with the legal regulations related to data protection.

The Controller is the operator of the webapp. webpage (Webpage), on the one hand, it is engaged in media content provision and provides the services available there in relation to its such activity and, on the other hand, it performs the related IT services as well. For the purposes of this Policy, each individual who enters or visits the Webpage and provides his or her data referred to herein is considered a user (hereinafter referred to as User). 

The Webpage uses cookies for its operation. The purpose of the cookies can be summarized in the following way:

  • they enable the webpage to recognize and store the preferences of the Visitors and Users
  • they are to authenticate the Visitors and Users so as to protect their personal data and prevent the abuse of these data
  • they make the navigation between sub-pages easier
  • they store the most frequently pages so that they can load faster
  • they help the Data Controller collect information about the using of the webpage and its parts so the Data Controller can optimize and develop the page taking account of the activities of the Visitors and Users.

These Cookies work automatically.
A Visitor, however, can disable them either together, or one by one. The exact way of doing so depends on the browser the Visitor uses: in most case the corresponding option can be found in the browser’s settings menu.

If the cookies are disabled, certain parts of the webpage might not work or might work improperly.

The Webpage can use certain types of cookies without having a consent for doing so. On the Webpage the following cookies belong to this group:

  • authentication cookies – they identify a User who is logged in until he/she logs out (and the cookies become deleted)
  • user-input cookies – these store and trace data given by the User e.g. on a form or a questionnaire, they are being deleted in a couple of hours after the corresponding data has been given
  • user-interface customization cookies – these cookies record the preferences of a Visitor (e.g. the language used by the webpage) and are being deleted when the page has been left or in brief time afterwards.

None of these cookies are stored for a long time and their main purpose is to make the Webpage visit efficient for the Visitors and the Users.

The Visitors’ and Users’ Rights
The data protection rights of visitors and users are contained in the Privacy Policy.

Terms and Definitions
Consent – An express from the side of a Visitor which has been performed voluntarily, clearly and definitely based on an adequate form of informing, in which he/she agrees that their personal data can be controlled by the Data Controller. A Consent can be of a form of declaration, or any form of action that refers to the expression of will.

Data Controller – Urosystem Zrt., registered office: 26 Szent István park, 1137 Budapest, Hungary, e-mail:

Data Controlling – Any automatized or manually performed process applied to data. The term includes collecting, recording, systematization, conversion, query, publishing, applying, noticing, providing, spreading, harmonizing, restricting, deleting and destroying.

Data Processing – Any task executed on data, related to Data Controlling; regardless of its place, manner, used tools and methods.

Data Processor – A natural or legal person, or an organization without a legal personality who is assigned by the Data Controller to the task of processing data.

Data Transferring – Making data available for a certain third party.

Personal Data – Any information which refers to an identified natural or legal person or enables the identification of them. A person is identifiable if this process can be done by either directly or indirectly using one or more types of personal data.

User – A person who is visiting the Webshop or who asks for quotation or information or to make a purchase of goods. See Visitor, Customer.

Visitor – A person who is visiting the Webshop without filling in forms or purchasing goods. Visitors need give no personal data for this action.