Privacy policy

Collection and protection of user data

In accordance with legal regulations, Citilab protects the privacy of each user. On Citilab’s website, it is possible to collect user personal data (name, surname, phone number, e-mail address). The user leaves the specified data completely voluntarily, in the form in which he gives his consent for the data to be used for the purpose of contacting, statistical processing of visits to Citilab’s Internet presentation, scheduling meetings with employment or subsequent information about the offer. or special promotional activities. By using the Citilab website, the user confirms that he is familiar with the method of collecting personal data in accordance with the law and that he agrees with their processing (electronic and physical). Citilab stores and processes all data with the most modern data protection measures in accordance with the law and Citilab’s internal acts. Possible users of data are companies with which Citilab cooperates in providing services to clients and with which it has concluded agreements on the protection of data confidentiality. Any user can revoke the given consent at any time by sending a written notification to Citilab, and can exercise all legal rights in the event that they believe that unauthorized data processing has occurred (right to notification, access to data, etc.).

Use of cookies

By using the Citylab website, the user accepts the use of HTML-cookies that are placed on the user’s computer and are text files that, when visiting the Citylab website, send back information about the websites from which the User came to the Citylab website, as well as the path of the User through the Internet presentation of Citylab. This information helps Citylab to get to know the users of its website better, with the aim of improving the search and improving its functionality. The user can disable cookies by activating a setting on his browser that allows setting all or some cookies. The User can find more information about managing cookies at the following links:

The pages on the website use Google Analytics statistics. The user can find the third-party cookie policy on Google Analytics. Data on how users use the Internet presentation of Citylab can occasionally be collected using other tools similar to the Google Analytics service (eg Google Tag Manager, etc.). You can find more information about Google Analytics at the link:


Pages on the website www. use a marketing automation system (Artloper System cookies are used to track the individual visitor on the website. They enable Citylab to better understand the behavior of website visitors through the use of web analytics. Terms of use of the function of re-advertising and advertising materials on the Internet (Google AdWords remarketing). Rented forms for advertising on the Internet presentation of Citylab allow redisplaying (directly or by activating the rented form) to the visitors of the specified pages of the characteristics of their services. Advertising of this type can be done on the entire Internet without restrictions regarding the initial purpose of the site, its origin, activity or appearance. Re-advertising would be used in situations where the display of new content would be shown exclusively to visitors who had previously accessed the pages on which it was advertised, i.e. visitors to whom the original message was already displayed. When advertising on the Internet, Citylab uses several channels for distributing ads and advertising messages. The advertising message is displayed on Internet pages throughout the Internet by interested portals and/or Internet sites enabling advertising networks to set up advertising blocks through which advertising networks (among others, Google) place ads. Ads are displayed depending on the content displayed on the pages where the ad blocks appear. As advertising is intended exclusively for people with pre-defined characteristics, who are familiar with the materials and services that are re-advertised/advertised, the existence of a specific cookie whose presence in the internet browser activates the process of re-advertising is taken as confirmation of existing knowledge about the subject of re-advertising. If any person who is a visitor to websites whose content can lead to the activation of the re-advertising process does not want to use cookies in the previously mentioned way, they can disable their use by activating a setting on their browser that allows the User to set all or some cookies.


You can find more information about Google AdWords remarketing at:,
and you can find more information about Facebook retargeting at:

Change of Rules

The owner of the website reserves the right to change the Privacy Policy without prior notice. Any changes to the Privacy Policy will be announced in a timely manner. All users will be informed about important changes and additions in a timely manner by posting them on the Internet presentation.