Cookies policy

Cookie policy

1. The website gathers automatically only information contained in cookie files.

2. Cookies are text files that are stored on the terminal device of the website user. They are intended for using the website pages. They typically contain the name of the website from which they originate, their unique number and storage time on the terminal device.

3. The website operator of is placing Cookies on the user’s terminal device and has access to them.

4. The website operator uses Cookies to:

  • customise the website content to the preferences of the user; particularly in order to identify the user’s device and to display the website according to user’s individual preferences;
  • prepare statistics that help to identify the users’ preferences and behaviour, the analysis of these statistics is anonymous and enables to tailor the content and appearance of the service to the prevailing trends, statistics are used to assess the website’s popularity;
  • enable logging in;
  • keep the users logged in on every subsequent page of the website;

5. The service uses two basic types of Cookies: Session and Persistent Cookies. Session Cookies are temporary files stored on the terminal device until leaving the website (by entering the new site, logging-out or closing the web browser). Permanent cookies are stored on the user’s terminal device until their removal by the user or for the time specified in the cookies’ settings.

6. The user can change the settings of the browser at any time to block Cookie functionality or each time obtain information about Cookie being placed on his/her device. Other available options may be checked in the settings of your browser. It is worth remembering that most browsers accept cookies on the terminal device by default.

7. The website operator indicates that changing of settings in the user’s web browser may restrict access to some of the website’s functions. 

8. Cookies used by the website (placed on the user’s terminal device) can also be shared with its partners or advertisers.

9. Information on the web browser’s settings is available in the ‘Help’ menu or on the producer’s website.