Cookies are small text files that are stored by your browser. They contain information stored on your computer when you visit the Website. Then, during each subsequent visit they are sent back to the Website from which they were collected, or to another website that recognises the cookie file.
Cookies are useful because they allow the website to recognise the user's device if the user revisits the Website. We want to know which categories you visit more often than others, so we can work on our offer and on the manner of its presentation to make them perfectly matching your needs. You give us the knowledge on the direction we should develop and on your needs.
Cookies do not destroy or damage, in any way, the system on your computer, saved files, and they do not deliberately adversely affect its performance or functionality. Identification is impersonal, anonymous, and these are only the data relating to the manner and forms of use of the website.
More information about cookies can be found at http://www.allaboutcookies.org/ or in section “Help” of your web browser.
Within the Website, cookies are used to:
provide the services;
adapt the content of the Website to your preferences and to optimise the use of web pages; in particular, these files allow you to recognise your device and properly display the Website, adjusted to your individual needs;
produce statistics that help to understand how users use the Website, what allows to improve its structure and content;
present ads in a way adjusted to your unique needs and interests, and to your place of residence;
- ensure the safety and reliability of the Website.
Types of cookies used
Within the Website, two basic types of cookies are used:
session – these are temporary files that are stored on your terminal device until logging out time, leaving the Website or disabling software (web browser); and
- persistent – these are files stored on your terminal device for the time specified in the parameters of these cookies or until you remove them.
Due to the purpose of the Website we use the following types of cookies:
required cookies – these are the files necessary to move smoothly through the Website, and to use all the features of the Website. Your consent to our use of these cookies is not required;
performance cookies – they collect information on the way of using the Website by the user, such as the most often visited pages and messages on errors. They do not collect information identifying users. Their aim is to improve the functioning of the Website;
functionality cookies – these files allow the site to remember the choices the user make (if any) (user name, language or region) and to provide functions adjusted to individual needs (if such functions are available). For example, the site can be used to store changes in text size, font and other personalised web page elements. The information collected in these files is anonymous and does not track user’s activity on other sites;
advertising cookies – help in providing ads that suit interests of the user. They can collect information about the customs of the use of browsers and adjust the content of ads to interests of the user;
- static cookies – they accumulate statistics concerning the Website.
Please be advised that in addition to our own cookies we also use external cookies published by our partners through the Website, in particular for advertising and statistical purposes.
Cookies posted at your terminal device through the Website may also be used by our partners.
Probably your browser is configured by default to accept all cookies.
However, you can, at any time, change the settings for cookies, specifying conditions of their storage and access of cookies to your terminal device. You can make changes to the mentioned settings using the settings of your web browser. These settings can be changed in particular in such a way as to block the automatic handling of cookies in your web browser configuration or to inform on their posting on your terminal device each time. The detailed information on the possibilities and ways of handling cookies is available in the software settings (web browser).
Failure to introduce changes means that cookies may be published and stored on your terminal device, and thus, we will store cookies on your terminal device and get access to these files.
In addition, at any time, you can delete cookies using the features available in the web browser you are using.
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