Privacy policy

Data controller

Company name of the Data Controller (we, us): European Knowledge Centre Ltd. 
Postal address: Törökvész út 71-73., 1025 Budapest, Hungary 
Company registration number: 01-09-709534
Tax number: HU12910652
Email address:

Legal basis for data management

The provision of personal data is voluntary in all cases; Pursuant to Section 5 (1) (a) of the Act on the Right to Information Self-Determination and Freedom of Information (hereinafter: the Information Act). By providing the data, you expressly consents to the processing of your personal data voluntarily provided.

Purpose of data management

By completing and submitting the contact form on the (hereinafter Website), you consent to the storage, management and use of your contact data by us for an indefinite period of time for the purpose of being contacted and maintained by us for as long as necessary. We use your personal data only for our own purposes, for the purpose of contacting you by e-mail or phone, for the transmission of information. You may request information about the data stored about you at any time or request the modification / deletion of your data via an E-mail sent to or through our other contact details.

Data security

We protect your personal data  from unauthorized access, use, destruction or alteration in all expected ways. We treat your personal data provided confidentially, store it securely in a closed database, and do  not make it available to third parties.

We inform you that the we use Google Analytics, Google Remarketing, AdWords Conversion Tracking and Facebook Remarketing to measure the website traffic and monitor the behaviour of our visitors, compile statistics and the effectiveness of its advertisements. The referenced programs on your computer are called cookies are placed to collect data. Visitors to the Website (Users) allow the use of Google Analytics, Google Remarketing, AdWords Conversion Tracking and Facebook Remarketing programs, as well as to monitor and track their user behaviour and to use all the services provided by the programs to us. In addition, you have the option to disable the recording and storage of cookies for future reference at any time, as described below. Google reports that Google Analytics mainly uses visitor-generated cookies to report visitor interactions on our website.

These cookies only store non-personally identifiable information. Browsers do not share their own cookies between domains. More information about the cookies can be found at the following link:

Google Analytics

We primarily use Google Analytics to generate statistics, including measuring the effectiveness of our website activities. By using the program, we mainly obtain information about how many visitors visited our Website and how much time visitors spent on our Website. The program recognizes the visitor’s IP address, so it can track whether the visitor is a return or a new visitor, as well as track what path the visitor has taken on our Website and where they have entered.

Google Remarketing

Using Google Remarketing, we collect DoubleClick cookie data in addition to the usual Google Analytics data. The DoubleClick cookie allows us to use the remarketing service, which primarily ensures that visitors to our Website will later encounter the Ad Manager’s ad on free Google ad slots. We use Google Remarketing for online advertising. Our ads are also displayed on third-party websites, such as Google. Third-party service providers, such as Google, use their own cookies (such as Google Analytics cookies) and third-party cookies (such as the DoubleClick cookie) in conjunction with users’ previous visits to the Website, to optimize and display ads.

Google AdWords Conversion Tracking

The goal of Google AdWords conversion tracking is to help us measure the effectiveness of our AdWords ads. It does this by using cookies placed on your computer that lasts for 30 days and does not collect personal information.

Facebook Remarketing

We use the remarketing pixel (pixel) of Facebook to increase the effectiveness of Facebook advertisements, so-called to build a remarketing list. This allows an external service provider, such as Facebook, to display advertisements on Internet sites after visiting our Website. Remarketing lists are not personally identifiable. The visitor’s personal information is not included, only the browser software is identified.

Disabling Cookies

If you want to manage the cookie settings or disable the feature, you can do so from your own computer in your browser. Depending on your browser toolbar, this option can be found in the Cookies / Cookies / Tracking Placements menu, usually under Settings> Privacy Settings, you can set which tracking features are enabled / disabled on your computer. Please refer to your browser’s Help menu to learn how Disabling Cookies in your browser works.

Further information: 

Users who do not want Google Analytics to report on their visit can install the Google Analytics disable browser extension. This add-on instructs Google Analytics JavaScript (ga.js, analytics.js, and dc.js) not to send visit information to Google.

To disable Analytics web activity, visit the Google Analytics Disable page and install the extension for your browser:
For more information about installing and uninstalling the extension, see the help of your browser.