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Cookies at railwaymuseum.lv

Like many others, this website uses cookie files to improve the website user experience and ensure its smooth operation. Below, you can find out the principles that the cookies function on.

VAS ‘Latvijas dzelzceļš’ Latvijas dzelzceļa vēstures muzejs is the owner and operator of this website. The use of cookies may include processing personal data. By using this website, you accept the type of use of cookies described here (unless your browser is set up not to accept cookies). Keep in mind: if you choose to turn off essential cookies, this will limit the function of the website.

 

Information about cookies

You have accessed our website using a browser, such as Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge, Opera or other.

Cookies contain information that the browser receives and saves when you use our website. Next time you visit our website, the browser will remember your activities here, and carry them out instead of you, for example, choosing the language or if the cookie notification should be displayed. With the help of cookies, the website can save personal settings of the user, recognise the user, and react accordingly.

 

Types and uses of cookies

Types of cookies There are two — session cookies and permanent cookies. Cookies are also distinguished between first- and third-party cookies. These terms will be explained below in the text, so that you can better understand the nature of cookies and why we use them.

Session cookies Session cookies make it possible to recognise you when you visit a specific website, remembering any changes or choices made at this website, so that they are retained at other webpages. These cookies can let you use multiple pages of the same website at the same time easier and quicker, preventing the need to process every page visited. Session cookies are not permanent: they expire as soon as you turn off the browser or finish your session at the website in question.

Permanent cookies Permanent cookies are stored on your computer for a certain time after the browser session is over: they make it possible to save the user’s settings and actions at the website, and reuse them the next time the user visits this website.

First-party cookies First-party cookies are provided by entities that are managed by the website’s operator.

Third-party cookies Third-party cookies are provide by domains that do not belong to us. Third-party cookies can be saved on your computer, smartphone or tablet when you use our website.

 

List of cookies used

Name

Type

Purpose

Duration

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Google Analytics tracking cookies

They help improve our website by analysing user habits. These cookies provide use with information, for example, on how many people visit our website, and what pages they visit, as well as the total time they spend at our website (find out more at Google Analytics Cookie Usage on Websites)

2 years, 24 hours and 1 minute, respectively

has_js

Website cookie

NDetermines if the user’s browser supports JavaScript

After closing the browser

ldz_cp

Website cookie

Determines if the user has accepted the terms and conditions for the use of cookies, and if the cookie use notification should be displayed further.

1 year

 

Withdrawing your permission and limiting the use of cookies

You can change the cookie settings in your browser at any time. For example, you can withdraw your permission to save cookies by unchecking the box in your browser that controls the ability to reject all offers to save cookies. You can find these settings in the ‘Preferences’ of your browser. Below, you will find a few useful links:

This information about the use of cookies was prepared based on the requirements of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and Directive 2002/58/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 July 2002 concerning the processing of personal data and the protection of privacy in the electronic communications sector (Directive on privacy and electronic communications).