Cookie Policy

Cookies files – What are they?

  1. Cookies files are computer data, in particular text files. They are stored in user’s end devices. Cookies files are intended to use websites. Cookies contain the name of the web site from which they come from, the storage time and its unique number.
  2. The service does not collect any information automatically. Exception are informations contained in cookies files.

For what purpose do we use cookies files?

1. Cookies are intended to use the website. The operator uses these files to:

a) the ability to log in and maintain a user session on each and every page of the site,

b) adjusting the content of the website to individual user preferences. Cookies recognize the device and display the contents of the page according to user’s preferences,

c) to produce anonymous statistics without identifying the user,

d) to monitor user’s traffic on the site.

2.Cookies used by the operator’s website partners, including in particular web site users, are subjected to their own privacy policy.

3. In the interests of the security of the data we have developed internal procedures and recommendations to prevent unauthorized disclosure. We control their execution and constantly check their compliance with relevant legislation – the Act on the Protection of Personal Data, the Act on the provision of services by electronic means, as well as all types of implementing acts and acts of Community law.

How to disable cookies ?

1.By default, web browser software allows cookies to be placed on the user’s end device. These settings can be changed by the User so that they automatically block the “cookies” in the web browser settings or notify each user of the cookies on the device.

2.Users of the Service may change cookies settings at any time. For detailed information on how cookies are managed and how are they managed, see the software settings (web browser). Here you have editing options in popular browsers:

  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Internet Explorer
  • Google Chrome
  • Safari

3.The Service Provider warns that changes in the settings of user’s web browser may disrupt display of the webpage.