Cookie files are text files which include information. They are stored on the end user’s device, and used when viewing internet sites. Cookies normally include the name of the originating site, the time during which they will be stored on the end user’s device, and a unique identifying number.
What are cookies used for?
Cookies allow the website to be adapted to the user’s preferences by defining the accessing device and remembering options chosen during previous sessions. They are also used for the compilation of anonymous statistics used to optimise the content of the site.
Cookies and personal data.
When using cookies, personal data may be collected which is used exclusively to carry out certain functions on behalf of the user. The data collected is encoded so as to deny access to unauthorised parties
The following cookies may be used on this site:
Analytic – used for the compilation of anonymous site usage.
Functional – required for the correct operation of the site, and for the storage of user information. Associated with site access and page display.
Advertising – used to display ads and for the personalisation of their content and offers for user.
Social media – used to service social media functions, such as Facebook, Google +, Twitter, etc.
In accordance with the provisions of the Telecommunications Law dated 16 July 2004 (Dz. U. nr 171, poz. 1800 z późn. zm.), the user is entitled to determine the extent to which cookie files have access to the user’s computer by previously selecting the appropriate settings in the web browser.