A cookie is a small text file that your browser stores on your computer or mobile device when visiting a particular website. Through cookies, the website remembers your actions and desired settings (such as login information, language preferences, font size, and other display-related preferences) over an extended period, eliminating the need to re-enter them each time you revisit the website or browse its various pages.

GYMS4YOU d.o.o., headquartered in Zagreb at Radnička cesta 39, registered in the Commercial Court Registry in Zagreb under registration number (MBS) 080928102, OIB: 75049241440 (hereinafter referred to as 'GYMS4YOU'), collects, utilizes, and manages your personal data located on the website https://gyms4you.com/

The website https://gyms4you.com/ utilizes cookies and similar technologies for several purposes, depending on the context or product, including:" 

  1. Temporary user input cookies (session-id) and/or persistent cookies, limited to several hours - GYMS4YOU uses them to store your preferences and settings on your device and to enhance your user experience. For example, saving your personal preferences in cookies enables you to avoid constantly resetting preferences;
  2. Authentication verification cookies, utilized for authentication services, throughout the duration of browsing the page - GYMS4YOU uses them to verify your authenticity. This cookie allows you to navigate from page to page without the need to re-login on each page;
  3. User security cookies, employed for detecting authentication abuses, with limited duration - GYMS4YOU utilizes them for processing information enabling its security and for identifying fraud and misuse;
  4. Multimedia content cookies, such as flash player cookies, during the duration of page browsing;
  5. Loading enabling cookies, during the duration of page browsing - GYMS4YOU utilizes them to remember information you provide and stores data in a cookie to remember this information (such as selected language)." 


GYMS4YOU cannot influence the processing of personal data conducted by third parties.

GYMS4YOU does not use cookies for any purpose other than those described in the Privacy Policy and these Rules.

_clckMicrosoft Clarity, 1 year, (marketingcookie)This cookie stores a unique user ID.
_fbpFacebook, 3 months (marketingcookie)This cookie stores and tracks visits across all websites.
_gaGoogle Cookie, 2 years (statisticalcookie)This cookie assigns a unique ID used for collecting statistical data on how visitors use the website.
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What cookies are used by Google LLC and its affiliated companies?

The website https://gyms4you.com/ utilizes certain Google services, through which, via cookies, Google LLC collects specific personal data (hereinafter referred to as: Google).

The aforementioned term encompasses:
- Google applications,
- websites, and
- devices such as Search, YouTube, and Google Home platforms including the Chrome browser and the Android operating system
- products integrated into third-party applications and websites such as ads and
- embedded Google Maps.

When you are signed in and interact with certain Google services, such as posting a comment on a YouTube video, your name and picture may appear alongside your activities. Google may also display this information in ads, depending on your settings.

Google may publicly share certain categories of data with its partners, such as advertisers or developers. Additionally, Google allows certain partners to collect data from your browser or device for advertising and measurement purposes using their own cookies or similar technologies.

Google utilizes cookies for various purposes. For example, to remember your safe search settings, to provide you with more relevant advertisements, to count visitors to individual pages, to assist you in registering for certain Google services, to protect your data, or to remember your ad settings.

Below, you can see a list of cookie types used by Google and learn how Google and its partners use cookies in advertising.

1. The use of 'Settings' cookies

These cookies enable Google websites to remember information that changes the behavior or appearance of the website, such as selected language or region. For example, when it remembers your region, the website can offer local weather forecasts or traffic condition news. These cookies can also help you change the text size, font, and other parts of the web pages that you can customize.

If the information stored in the settings cookie is lost, the functionality of the website may be compromised, but it should not prevent the website from functioning.

Most Google users have a settings cookie in their browser called 'NID.' The browser sends this cookie with requests to Google websites. The 'NID' cookie contains a unique ID that Google uses to store your settings and other information, such as your selected language (e.g., Croatian), the number of search results you want to be displayed per page (e.g., 10 or 20), and whether you want Google's safe search filter to be enabled.

2. The use of 'Security' cookies

Google utilizes security cookies to authenticate users and protect user data from unauthorized parties.

Google utilizes cookies 'SID' and 'HSID,' which contain digitally signed and encrypted records of the user's Google account ID and the time of the last login. The combination of these two cookies enables Google to block many types of attacks, such as attempts to steal the content of forms you have filled out on websites.

3. The use of 'Processes' cookies

Process cookies assist websites in functioning and providing services that website visitors expect, such as aiding navigation through web pages or accessing secured areas of the website. Without these cookies, the website cannot function properly.

Google utilizes a cookie called 'lbcs' which enables opening multiple documents in one browser for Google Docs. Blocking this cookie would prevent the proper functioning of Google Docs.

4. The use of 'Advertising' cookies

This category of cookies assists Google in making advertising more engaging to users and more valuable to publishers and advertisers. Cookies are typically used to select ads based on their relevance to the user, to improve campaign performance reporting, and to avoid showing the same ads to individual users repeatedly.

Google uses cookies NID and SID for customizing ads on Google products such as Google Search. For instance, Google utilizes these cookies to remember your recent searches, your previous interactions with ads or advertiser search results, and your visits to advertiser websites. The latter enables the display of tailored ads on Google.

Google also utilizes one or more cookies for ads served on the web. One of the primary advertising cookies on non-Google websites is called 'IDE,' and it is stored in browsers under the domain doubleclick.net. Another similar cookie is stored under the domain google.com and is called 'ANID'.

Google also utilizes DSID, FLC, AID, TAID, and exchange_uid. Other Google products, such as YouTube, may also use these cookies to display more relevant ads.

Sometimes, advertising cookies may be set on the domain of the website you visited. In the case of advertising served by Google across the web, cookies "__gads" or "__gac" may be set on the visited website's domain.

Unlike cookies set on Google domains, Google cannot read these cookies when you are on websites where they are not set.

Their purpose is to measure interactions with ads on that domain and prevent excessive display of the same ads to users.

Additionally, Google also utilizes conversion cookies, whose main purpose is to assist advertisers in determining how often individuals who click on their ads actually purchase their products.

5. The use of 'Session State' cookies

Websites often gather information about users' interactions with the website. This may include data on which pages users visit most frequently and whether they receive error messages from certain pages. These 'session state cookies' help Google improve its services to provide users with a better browsing experience.

Blocking or deleting these cookies will not render the website unusable.

Additionally, these cookies may also be used for anonymously measuring the effectiveness of PPC (pay- per-click) and affiliate advertising.

The cookie called 'recently_watched_video_id_list' is used for the YouTube service to record which videos a specific browser has watched recently."

6. The use of 'Analytics' cookies

Google Analytics is a Google tool for analytics that helps website owners, including the owners of the website https://gyms4you.com/, as well as applications, to understand how their visitors use the features6 of their websites and applications. It can utilize a set of cookies to collect information and report on website usage statistics without disclosing the identity of individual users to Google. The main cookie of Google Analytics is "_ga". For more information on the analytical cookies used by GYMS4YOU, see the previous text, in the table that displays the cookies used by https://gyms4you.com/."

In addition to reporting website usage statistics, Google Analytics can be used, along with some of the previously described advertising cookies, to display more relevant ads on Google products (e.g., on Google Search) and on the web, as well as to measure interactions with the ads we display.

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Exporting and deleting data collected via cookies using Google services:

At any time, you can export a copy of your data or delete it from your Google account.

Optionally, you may export the content from your Google account to securely back it up or use it on a service outside of Google.

To delete your data, you can:

  1. Delete content from specific Google services
  2. Search for and then delete specific items from your account via the My Activity page
  3. Delete certain Google products, including associated data
  4. Delete your entire Google account
  5. Deleting your data

A.1. Deleting all cookies from the computer:

If you remove cookies, you will be logged out of websites, and your saved settings may be deleted.

How to do it:

  1. Open Chrome on your computer;
  2. . In the top right corner, click More, then Settings;
  3. At the bottom, click Advanced;
  4. In the 'Privacy and security' section, click Content settings;
  5. Click Cookies;
  6. Under the 'All cookies and site data' section, click Remove all;
  7. Confirm by clicking Clear all.


A.2. Deleting cookies from a specific website:

How to do it:

  1. Open Chrome on your computer;
  2. . In the top right corner, click More, then Settings;
  3. At the bottom, click Advanced;
  4. In the 'Privacy and security' section, click Content settings;
  5. Click Cookies;
  6. Under the 'All cookies and site data' section, locate the name of the website;
  7. To the right of the website, click Remove.

A.3. Deleting cookies for specific periods:

How to do it:

  1. Open Chrome on your computer;
  2. In the top right corner, click More;
  3. Click More tools, then Clear browsing data;
  4. At the top, touch the drop-down menu next to "Clear the following items"
  5. Select a time range, such as past hour or past day;
  6. Check the box next to "Cookies and other site data". Uncheck boxes for all other options
  7. Click Clear browsing data.

B. Changing Google cookie settings

You can allow or block cookies stored by websites.

B.1. Allowing or blocking cookies according to default settings:

  1. Open Chrome on your computer;
  2. . In the top right corner, click More, then Settings;
  3. At the bottom, click Advanced;
  4. In the 'Privacy and security' section, click Content settings;
  5. Click Cookies;
  6. Enable or disable Allow sites to save and read cookie data

B.2. Blocking cookies from other websites

When visiting a website, you can allow cookies from that website while blocking those from other websites that own ads or images on that webpage. To block third-party cookies, enable the 'Block thirdparty cookies' option.

This will block all cookies and site data from other websites, even if the website is allowed on the exception list

B.3. Allowing or blocking cookies from a specific website

If you allow cookies by default settings, you can still block cookies from a specific website.

  1. Open Chrome on your computer;
  2. . In the top right corner, click More, then Settings;
  3. At the bottom, click Advanced; In the 'Privacy and security' section, click Content settings;
  4. Click Cookies;
  5. Next to "Blocked", "Clear on exit", or "Allowed", click Add;
  6. Enter the web address;
  7. To make an exception for the entire domain, insert [.] before the domain name - for example, [.]google.com will apply to drive.google.com and calendar.google.com
  8. You can also specify an IP address or a web address that doesn't start with http://
  9. Click Add
  10. To remove an exception you no longer want, to the right of the website, click More, then Remove.

Note: If you're using Chrome at work or school, you might not be able to change this setting. If you need further assistance, please contact your administrator

B.4. Deleting cookies after closing Chrome

You can allow websites to remember information during your browsing session, but automatically delete cookies when you close Chrome.

  1. Open Google Chrome on your computer.
  2. . In the top right corner, click More, then Settings.
  3. At the bottom, click Advanced.
  4. In the "Privacy and security" section, click Content settings.
  5. Click Cookies.
  6. Enable Keep local data only until you quit your browser.

If you have further questions or if there are specific uncertainties, you can contact Google and their privacy office, or you can also reach out to the Croatian Personal Data Protection Agency.

You can control and/or delete cookies as you wish.

You can delete all cookies that are already stored on your computer, and most web browsers settings allow you to block the storage of cookies.

If you block cookies, you may need to manually adjust some desired settings each time you visit the website, and certain services and features may not be available

GYMS4YOU allows you to update your cookie settings at any time. 

If you prefer not to manage your preferences through the GYMS4YOU website, GYMS4YOU informs you that there are currently several websites available to opt out of cookie storage for various services

You can find more information on the following websites:

The following websites can also be of great assistance to you:

  • European Interactive Digital Advertising
    Alliance (EU)
  • Safari (Desktop)
  • Internet Advertising Bureau (US)
  • Safari (Mobile)
  • Internet Advertising Bureau (EU)
  • Android Browser
  • Google Chrome Opera
  • Internet Explorer Opera Mobile
  • Mozilla Firefox

If you wish to contact GYMS4YOU regarding these Rules and how the website uses your data, GYMS4YOU kindly asks you to contact the Data Protection Officer at personaldata@gyms4you.com.