Cookie Policy

  1. 11. 2022.

Statement of Using Cookies

The Carna site, like most sites, uses small text files called cookies. This section provides information about what cookies, which cookies use Carna, and how they can be controlled.

If the settings on the software you use to view this page (your browser) are adapted to accept the cookies we use, and continue to use our site, we will assume your consent.

If you do not want to receive cookies, you can set your browser to restrict or block them. All modern browsers allow you to change cookie settings and are usually located in the ‘options’ menu.

However, disabling cookies will probably mean that the Carna site will not work as expected.

  1. What are cookies?

Cookies are text files with small amounts of information your device downloads when you visit the site. The cookies are then returned to the original page at each subsequent visit or to another site that recognizes the cookie. Cookies are often used because they allow the site to recognize the user’s device and thus improve functionality.

  1. How does Carna use cookies?

Our cookies

To make our site work best, we use cookies that include:

  • Remembering the parameters of your search
  • Allowing you to add comments on our site
  • There is no way that these cookies are prevented, unless you use the site.
  1. Social network cookies

To easily share our content on social networks, our site has sharing buttons.

The degree of data privacy protection will vary from social network to social networking, and will depend on the privacy settings you have chosen on these networks.

Cookies for Anonymous Gathering Visitors Statistics – Google Analytics

We use cookies to collect visitor statistics using Google Analytics, such as: the IP address of the psychiatrist, how many people visit our site and what type of technology they use (such as the operating system, which helps identify problems on certain platforms), how long they are using site, which pages of the site are retained, etc. This helps us to constantly improve the site. These programs also tell us anonymously how people came to our site (via Google, social networks, directly, etc.) and whether they were here before. For more information about Google Analytics Terms of Use, please read here.


Sometimes we are installing videos from YouTube. Using cookies on YouTube is governed by Google’s Privacy Policy.

  1. Definitions

First Party Cookies and Third Party Cookies

This refers to which domain dominates cookies. The first page cookies are the ones that set a site that the user visits at that point – the site that is shown in the URL field. Third Party Cookies sets a domain that does not belong to the site that the user visits at that time. If a user visits a site and the other entity places a cookie through that site, it’s a third-party cookie.

Permanent cookies

These cookies remain on the user’s device for the time period specified in the cookie. They are activated each time a user visits a page that created that particular cookie.

Cookies of the session

These cookies allow you to associate user actions during a browser session. The browser session starts when the user opens the browser window and ends when the user closes the browser window. Session cookies are created temporarily. When you close the browser, all session cookies are deleted.

Turn off cookies

You can usually turn off cookies by adjusting browser settings to prevent cookies from being accepted. However, you will probably limit the functionality of our and a large number of other sites, because cookies are a standard part of most modern sites.