Cookies Policy

(Cookie Processing Policy)

Policies on the processing of personal data when using cookies

The company Dun & Bradstreet Czech Republic, a.s., with its registered office at Siemensova 2717/4, 155 00 Praha, IČO: 63078201 (hereinafter referred to as "D&B") uses cookies to improve the performance and better user experience of visitors to our website. This policy on the protection of personal data collected via cookies (hereinafter referred to as the "Policy") clarifies how we achieve this and how cookies are managed on the website of the product.

Cookies used by a specific product/website

This Policy describes the use of cookies on the product pages (hereinafter referred to as the "Website") in connection with the protection of personal data of the user/visitor during use of this product and provides transparent information to the user/visitor within the meaning of privacy and personal data protection legislation.

The user acknowledges that the Website uses cookies, of which the user is informed via the information bar at the top of the homepage of the Website. Through the same bar, the user/visitor is also allowed to consent to the use of cookies, for which the active consent of the user is required.

The Website may store both D&B's own cookies (including so-called "non-anonymous" cookies, from which the user's identity is evident) and "third-party" cookies (storing information on a site other than the one visited). Below provided list includes all cookies that are currently being use by the Website.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are downloaded to your computer, mobile phone or other device when you visit the Website. The cookie is stored on your computer or mobile device. The cookie contains a serial number that allows us to determine that several consecutive visits come from the same computer. You can find more general information about cookies at

Cookie retention time

Cookies can be stored on a user's computer or other end device for various lengths of time. Some cookies are limited by the duration of the session (so-called session or "session cookies"). This means that they exist only as long as the browser is running and are automatically deleted when the browser is closed. Other cookies are persistent (so-called "persistent cookies"). These cookies remain in the browser even after its termination until a specified date, or until they are manually deleted by the user. According to these cookies, the user's computer or other end device can be identified when the browser is restarted and the Internet is browsed.

How and why D&B uses cookies?

The main purpose is to reliably measure the number of visitors to the Website and the duration of individual visits, remember user preferences and help analyze the performance of the website. For this purpose, we use various statistical-analytical measuring programs on the web server. The website may also contain third-party cookies, which are used to obtain anonymous statistics on traffic and typical user behavior on individual sites.

You will find a complete list of cookies used below.

Our cookies fall into the following five categories:


Cookies are necessary for the Website to be usable by enabling basic functions such as site navigation and access to secure sections of the Website. The website will probably not work properly without these cookies. We do not recommend disabling these cookies due to the risk of limiting the availability of the services you expect from this site.


User cookies ensure that the Website responds to your personal settings, which determine how the Website behaves or looks. For example, this is the preferred language or region where you are. Without this information, you will have to reset your user preferences each time you visit our site.


These cookies help D&B understand how visitors use the Website. They collect and communicate information anonymously in order to improve their functions and user friendliness. Thanks to this information, we can provide you with better and more accurate information in the future.


Marketing cookies are used to track the activity of you, as users / visitors of the Website or other D&B products. The purpose of this tracking is to display an ad that is relevant and interesting to you as a particular user, and therefore more valuable to third-party publishers and advertisers on our product pages. Disabling these cookies does not affect the number of ads that will be displayed to you.


Social Media are usually cookies of third parties that enable you to share the content of the Website via their communication channels.


Chat features

D&B also has a chat function on its website, which makes it easier for the user to contact us in case of any questions. When using chat, the cookies listed in the following link are stored on the user's device:

How to block cookies?

If you do not want to accept the use of cookies, you can set your browser to not accept cookies. You can also set your browser to choose whether you want to accept cookies on a case-by-case basis. In this case, whenever the server wants to store a cookie on your computer, a dialog box will appear asking if you want to accept the cookie. For more information, visit, which contains extensive information on managing cookies in most browsers.

Please note that if you choose not to accept D&B cookies, we cannot guarantee the correct functionality or satisfactory performance of all pages on our Website.

Setting cookies in your browser on your computer

Here you will find information on how to check and adjust the cookie settings of our D&B product pages in your browser for the most common browsers:

Turn off interest-based ads on mobile devices

On your iPhone, iPad, or Android, you can change your device settings and specify whether you want to see online ads based on your interests.

On iPhone or iPad:
1. Go to Settings.
2. Click Privacy.
3. Click Ads and turn on Restrict Ad Tracking.

On Android (version 2.2 and above) and Google Play (version 4.0 and above):
1. Go to Google Settings.
2. Click Ads.
3. Click Unsubscribe from Interest-Based Advertising and select OK.

Processing of personal data, further use of data obtained through the Website

As a personal data controller, D&B processes all personal data, including personal data obtained through the use of cookies (excluding third party cookies) within the meaning of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of the data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation) and related legislation on personal data protection and the storage of cookies.

The processing of personal data not only by visitors to the Website is described in detail in the General Information on Personal Data Protection available through

Information sharing

D&B may share information obtained through your movement on the Website to third parties for the purpose of managing the Website or conducting marketing activities on behalf of D&B. D&B may also pass on information to members of the Dun & Bradstreet Group in accordance with the previous sentence.

How you can contact us

If you have any questions regarding our privacy information or the information, we hold about you, please contact us through the Customer Center:

Telephone: +420 274 000 240
Web form:
Correspondence address: Dun & Bradstreet Czech Republic, a.s., Siemensova 2717/4, 155 00 Prague

The D&B Privacy Officer is available through the following contact information or by contacting the controller's customer center:

Telephone: +420 274 000 240
Correspondence address: Dun & Bradstreet Czech Republic, a.s., Siemensova 2717/4, 155 00 Prague (send in a sealed envelope marked "to the hands of the data protection officer")

Final Provisions

D&B reserves the right to unilaterally change or supplement this policy at any time. In the event of a change in this policy, D&B will notify users of such changes in good time and in an appropriate manner so that users have an objective opportunity to become acquainted with them.

These Principles, as amended, are valid and effective from 1 December 2021.