Cookie policy

In Helios TBLUS we respect the right of individuals to privacy. The rules regarding the use of cookies and similar technologies for data storage or access to data stored on the device of an individual who visits our site, are governed by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).



Cookies are small text files that are downloaded to the user's device (computer, tablet, phone) when they visit a web page. Cookies usually include: the name of the server from which the cookie was sent; the cookie's lifespan and its value (usually a randomly generated unique number).   The cookies themselves do not contain or collect information, and their storage is under the complete control of the browser used by the user.



Cookies are used primarily to improve the user experience.   With the help of cookies, the interaction between the user and the site is simpler and faster, as the site "remembers" the individual’s preferences during a session (session cookies) or for a longer time (persistent cookies).  

The site may use its own cookies (first party cookies), or may use cookies from other sites or services that display content on the page being viewed by the user (third party cookies), e.g. Facebook.  



Strictly necessary cookies:

Name Purpose Validity Processor

Stores session values on accompanying websites.

session Helios TBLUS
_ICD2 The cookie is used to store user's cookie-related decisions. The cookie validity is determined by the user.  1 year Helios TBLUS


Cookies for web analytics:

Name Purpose Validity Processor




To track online statistics and visitors' activity on the site (first visit, page views, browsing times, entry and exit points). You can read more about individual cookies and how they work and how they use the collected data here (in english).



2 years

Google Analytics (Google Inc., USA, SCC)*


Social media cookies:

 Name Purpose Validity Processor
_FBP  A Facebook cookie used to monitor customer activity.  1 day Facebook (Facebook Inc., USA, SCC)*


Cookies for advanced advertising 

 Name Purpose Validity Processor
A cookie used to share the content of a page. 2 years AddThis



The user can at any time restrict or disable the storage of cookies by changing their cookie settings in the web browser being used: