Cookies Policy Last updated: (01.01.2023)

JetUp respects your privacy and is committed to processing your personal data responsibly.

1. How do we use cookies?

Our website uses cookies to distinguish you from other users who visit JetUp. This helps to provide you with the best experience in engaging with and improving your website. We also use cookies in marketing emails (which will come to you if you have previously consented to this type of communication) to understand users' attitudes toward our marketing policies. This helps us build it to fit your needs and make our communication more convenient.

2. What are cookies and how they work?

Cookies are pieces of data that a website transmits to your hard drive for storage, and sometimes to collect certain information about you. Most browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can change your settings so that you do not receive such cookies. You can do this by using the help screen or following the instructions. However, if you refuse to receive cookies, you will not be able to continue to enjoy the full benefits of our website. Cookies are unique to the server that created them, and other servers cannot access them. This means that cookies cannot be used to track your movements online. Although these files help identify an individual's computer, they do not identify the user's computer, or store passwords and credit card information. You can learn more about cookies at

3. What kind of cookies do we use?

We use the following types of cookies:
  • Urgently needed cookies. These are the files that are required for the proper functioning of our site and comply with the terms of the agreement concluded between us. Such cookies include, for example, files that allow us to view the secure pages of our website, use a shopping cart or e-invoice services.
  • Analytical / operational cookies. They allow us to recognize and count the number of visitors, as well as to analyze their site traffic. This helps us improve the website, for example, to help users easily find the information they want.
  • Functional cookies. Used to identify you when you re-visit our site. This allows us to greet you by name, and by personalizing your previous choices (such as languages ​​or regions) and preferences, personalize your site content.
  • Target cookies. These cookies record information about your visit to GlobalLogic, the pages you have visited, and the links you followed. We need information about your choices and personal preferences to make your website and the ads that appear on it more relevant to your interests. For the same purpose, we may share similar data with third parties.

4. Where can I know more about them?

The following is a list of cookies we use:

PHPSESSID: It contains a reference to a session stored on a web server that expires when you close your browser.

_ga: Allows counting of user visits and traffic sources.

_gat_UA - * - *: Allows counting of user visits and traffic sources.

_gid: Stores and updates a unique value for each page visited.

__utmv *: A cookie set by Google Analytics to analyze visitor information.

_mkto_trk: Allows tracking of your usage of our Site.

cookies-law: Allows tracking consent to the use of cookies whilst viewing our website.

visitor_id *: Visitor Cookie set by Pardot stores visitor activities and prospects.

visitor_id * -hash: Cookie set by Pardot, used to assign a randomly generated number as a client identifier.

incap_ses _ * _ *: These first party cookies are set by a third party service to filter out malicious requests.

visid_incap _ * _ *: These first party cookies are set by a third party service to filter out malicious requests.

ip2location_redirection_first_visit: IP2Location provides information on what country a visitor is coming from.

5. When will our cookies expire?

With the exception of badly needed cookies, the validity of all the files used by our site expires no later than 2 years after recording.

6. What if I turn off cookies?

What happens after you turn off cookies depends on what cookies you turn off. But in most cases, the ability to use the website will be limited. Below are detailed instructions on how to disable cookies in most browsers.

Disabling cookies in Internet Explorer

  1. Select the Tools menu, then Internet Options
  2. Click on the Privacy tab
  3. Change the settings

Disabling cookies in Google Chrome

  1. Choose Settings, then Advanced.
  2. In the Privacy and Security section, click Web Content.
  3. Click Cookie

Disabling cookies in Safari

  1. Select Settings, then Privacy.
  2. Choose Delete All

Disabling cookies in Firefox

  1. Select the Tools menu, then Options
  2. Click on the "Privacy" icon
  3. Locate the Cookie menu and select the appropriate settings

Disabling cookies in Opera

Opera 6.0 and higher:

  1. Select the Files menu, then Settings
  2. Click the 'Privacy & Security' tab
  3. Select Cookie

Cookie tips

If you do not have the permissions for certain types of cookies to ensure that the site is working properly, we will remind you.

7. How to Get Advice

If you would like more information on the use of cookies, please email us: