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1. Cookies and other monitoring technologies: Definition

A “cookie” is a text file that a website sends to a visitor’s computer or other Internet-connected device in order to identify the visitor’s browser or to save information or settings in the web browser. A cookie usually contains the name of the domain from which it was sent, the “lifespan” of the cookie and a randomly generated unique identifier.

We may use other technologies, including web beacons and JavaScript, which in some cases work in conjunction with cookies and other means with our website to enable us to identify your device. These other technologies allow us to activate certain features on our website. We may also use certain technologies to determine whether the email we have sent you has been opened or if you have clicked a link included in it.

2. How we use cookies

When you use our online services, we and other entities (such as advertising networks) may collect information about you concerning your use of the network, your use of the network over time and your use of third party websites.

We use cookies for a variety of purposes. For example, we monitor the total number of visitors to our website on an anonymous and aggregated basis. We may also use cookies to remember you if you return to our site and to personalise the website according to your preferences. In this situation, we may associate certain information about you with a cookie, which may constitute personal data.

Monitoring technologies may be of permanent (i.e. files remain on your computer or device until you delete them) or session nature (i.e. files are stored in temporary memory only until you close your browser).

In particular, our website uses the following types of cookies:

– Essential cookies. These cookies are essential to provide the services and functionality you explicitly request. We may use cookies and monitoring technologies to prevent abuse, improve security, administer the system or enable you to use payment processing features. We are not required to obtain your consent in connection with cookies the use of which is essential.

– Cookies for performance analysis and evaluation. We may use cookies to evaluate the performance of our website, including as part of an analytical effort to improve the quality of content offered through the website.

Advertising cookies. We and third party advertisers may use cookies to show you the best suited products, offers and advertisements. Advertising cookies allow us to provide you with advertising content that is tailored to you and your individual interests.

3. Setting and deleting cookies

In your browser’s settings, you can disable cookies or set the browser so that whenever you receive a cookie you will be informed about it.

Please note, however, that if you disable cookies completely, you may not be able to use all the features of our website.

Below you will find links to resources that show you how to determine the conditions for storing or accessing cookies using the settings of the most popular web browsers

Firefox

Chrome

Internet Explorer

Opera

Safari

Alternatively, you can also visit the website http://jakwylaczyccookie.pl/jak-wylaczyc-pliki-cookies/ that contains comprehensive information about how to disable cookies in your browser or device as well as more general information about cookies. For information on how to delete cookies from your mobile phone, please refer to your phone’s user guide. You can also opt-out of receiving cookies.

Please note that if you limit the ability to receive cookies, this may affect the functionality of the website.

Due to the variety of technological solutions, it is not possible to provide precise guidelines on how to determine the conditions for storing or accessing cookies using the settings of all available telecommunications terminal equipment and software installed in this equipment. However, in most cases you will need to select “Tools” or “Settings” and find there the section responsible for configuring your cookie settings or managing your privacy while browsing the Internet. Detailed information is usually provided by the manufacturer of the device or browser in the user manual or on its website.

 

4. Server Logs

Information about certain behaviours of Users is subject to logging in the server layer. This data is used only to administer the website and to ensure the most efficient operation of hosting services.
The browsed resources are identified by URL addresses. n addition, the following may be subject to recording:

  • time of arrival of the inquiry,
  • response time,
  • name of the client station – identification carried out by the http protocol,
  • information on errors that occurred during the execution of the http transaction,
  • the URL of the website previously visited by the user (referer link) – if the website was accessed via a link,
  • information about the User’s browser,
  • information about the IP address.

This data is not associated with specific people browsing the website and is only used for server administration purposes.

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