Last Updated: March 11, 2022

1.  Introduction

This Cookie Policy (“Policy“) applies to a website operated by TWO RIVERS DRUŠTVO SA OGRANIČENOM ODGOVORNOŠĆU BEOGRAD (hereinafter: “Two Rivers”) and the use of the website

Bearing in mind that Two Rivers, as the owner of the website, has right to periodically update this Policy, we recommend you to periodically review this page in order to inform yourself about the latest information about this Policy. If there are any significant changes to this Policy, users will be notified through the website.

The terms and definitions we used in the Privacy Policy for users of the website have the same meaning in this Cookie Policy.

By clicking “Accept Cookies” button, or otherwise marked button with essentially the same function, in a pop-up window that is displayed to new users of the website on their first visit to the website, will be considered an active, willing action to establish a lawful legal basis for the collection and processing of data in the manner and purposes described in this Policy, without any reservations. The Data Controller will be able to prove, through electronic record (log), or otherwise, that the person to whom the data relates has committed the aforementioned active, voluntary action confirming that he is aware and agrees with this Privacy Policy. The specified electronic record (log) shall be considered legally valid and sufficient proof of consent given, pursuant to Article 15 paragraph 1 of the Law.


2.  What cookies represent?

A cookie is a small text file stored in your web browser and allows a website, or a specific third party, to recognize you as a visitor (not as a specific individual). Cookies can be used for the purpose of enabling certain features, providing analytical data, saving settings, enabling the display of advertising messages, etc.

Cookies can be temporary (cookies of a particular session) or persistent cookies. Temporary cookies expire and are automatically deleted when you close your Internet browser. Persistent cookies will remain recorded for a period of time until they expire, or until you delete cookies from your browser. Expiration or duration dates are specified in the cookies themselves.


3.  What cookies do we use?

Strictly necessary

Domain –
Path – /recaptcha
Type – Third Party Cookie
Google reCAPTCHA is a necessary cookie to be installed to conduct risk analysis.
Duration – 6 months

Functional Cookies

Domain –
Path – /
Type – First Page Cookie
Description – to save page language selection settings
Duration – 1 year

When you access the website, Two Rivers can place some cookies in your internet browser, if you enable it. Some cookies are used only if you use certain features of a website, or if you choose specific settings, while some cookies can be used for a longer period.


4.  Cookie options

If you do not want to allow certain types of cookies, or cookies in general, you can opt-out within pop-up window and you can change your Internet browser settings to delete cookies that have already been set and not accept new cookies as well. For more information about the options listed, see your internet browser’s Help or Settings section. Please note that if you delete cookies or do not accept them, you may not be able to use all of the features of the Web page that are available and save your settings, and that some websites may not display correctly.

For example, when it comes to Google Chrome, click the key icon on the browser toolbar >> select Settings > Click “Show advanced settings” > In the “Privacy section”, click “Content Settings” button. To enable cookies in the Cookies section, select Allow local data to be posted, and first and third-party cookies will enable this. To allow only first-page cookies, select “Block all third-party cookies without exception.” To disable cookies, in the Cookies section, click “Block websites in setting up any data.” Note that there are different levels of enabling and disabling cookies in Chrome. For more information about the other cookie settings offered in Chrome, see the following page from Google: