I. Essential information

  1. Cookies are small files sent by our web server to your browser and stored on your computer. The cookies help us analyse web traffic and recognize which part of our website has been visited. Our website also uses cookies to be able to treat you individually, thus adapting our activities to your needs by collecting and remembering information about your preferences.
  2. Cookies do not in any way allow us to access your computer or information about you, except for information about how you use our website and the personal data you choose to share with us (including personal data you provide us automatically due to your browser settings).
  3. We use the following cookies:
  • Necessary cookies. Cookies of this type are necessary to be able to navigate through and use of our website, e.g. by providing access to secure areas of the website.
  • Performance cookies. Cookies of this type collect information on how users use our website, e.g. which pages are most frequently visited or whether they receive error messages displayed on certain pages. Those cookies do not collect information that identify a visitor. All information those cookies collect are aggregated and therefore anonymous. They are only used to improve our website’s functionality.
  • Functional cookies. Cookies of this type make it possible to remember the website user's choices (such as the user's name, language or the region in which the user is located) in order to improve the functionality more suited to the user. Those files also embrace changes to the text size, font and those functionalities of the website that can be adjusted. The information collected by cookies are anonymous and cannot be used to track your activity on other websites.
  • Marketing cookies. Files of this type enable the display of advertisements suited to the user's preferences and interests, and may be used to display advertisements outside the pages of the website (domain).

II. External technologies

We use the following external technologies:

  1. Google Tag Manager. This tool enables website tags to be managed via an interface and does not use cookies or process personal data. However, this tool allows other tags to work.
  1. Google Analytics. This tool collects anonymous information about visits to our website. Those information relates to the time spent on the website, selected subpages and the time of transition between subpages. Google Analytics makes it possible to analyse website activity and thus optimize the service. We point out the possibility of changing cookies settings in this regard at the following address: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/181881?hl=pl.

III. Other information

  1. You can manage your cookies settings using your browser (which will allow you to disable the acceptance of all or some cookies). Your browser may ask you to confirm the change of settings. However, please note that if you disable all cookies, you may not be able to access certain parts of our website.
  1. Please note that third parties may also use cookies to analyse how you use their websites, and we have no influence on this.
  1. More information about cookies can be found here: org.

IV. Changes to the Cookie policy

The Cookie policy may change, about which you will be informed 7 days in advance.

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Data of last modification: 17 June 2021