Article 1 Definitions
2. The User means an entity which can receive services provided via electronic means under the Terms and Conditions of the Website and provisions of law.
3. Cookies mean IT data, including but not limited to text files, saved and stored on the Users’ end devices (e.g. computers, laptops, smartphones) and intended for usage of the Website. The information gathered with Cookies allow to adapt the services and content to individual needs and preferences of the Users and it serves to develop general statistics concerning the usage of the Website by the Users. Cookies are not used to identify the User.
Article 2. Types of Cookies
1. As a rule, two types of Cookies are used:
1) session – temporary files stored on the User’s end device until they log out of the Website or turn off the software (the web browser),
2) Persistent – files stored on the User’s end device for the duration specified in the parameters of Cookies or until they are removed by the User manually.
2. There are External Cookies. External Cookies are Cookies set by entities other than the Administrator, via other websites. It might be that the Administrator cannot control what External Cookies are set and what policy such entities pursue.
Article 3. Purpose of Cookies
1. Cookies allow:
1) keeping a session on the Website after logging in, which facilitates logging in, automatic form completion or remembering the settings of websites chosen by the User. The User does not have to enter their login and password every on each and every page of the Website;
2) setting the functions and services of the Website, which results – in particular – in optimisation of usage of every page and the functions of the applications of the Website and adaptation of the pages and functions of the applications of the Website to the preferences and expectations of the User by remembering their settings;
3) viewing promotion and advertisement messages which are preferred and expected by the User;
4) adapting the viewed content to the User’s location;
5) defining the Website Users’ preferences, which allows refining and developing the Website. The Administrator gathers anonymous information and processes data on trends and preferences without identifying the personal data of the individual Users.
2. The Administrator can use the External Cookies especially for automatic logging or registration on the Website with an external Internet website which made such an option available and has been functionally linked with the Website or for adaptation of the viewed content to the User’s location.
Article 4. Web browser settings
1. The software used to browse websites enables the Cookies on end devices by default. These settings can be changed so as to block automatic service of Cookies in the web browser settings or to inform about them every time they are put on the given device.
2. Details on the options and manners of service of Cookies are available in the settings of the software (the web browser). Turning off the option allowing storage of the Cookies in the web browser generally does not prevent use of the Website, but may lead to some obstacles. Limited use of the Cookies may affect some functions available on the Website.
3. The User can remove Cookies at any time, using the available functions in the web browser they use.
Article 5. Other information
1. The personal data gathered with the Cookies can be collected only to perform specific functions for the User. Those data are encrypted so as to prevent unauthorised access.
2. The Website User who shares the given end device with others should make sure to log out after they end using the Website. The Administrator is not liable for the effects of the User’s disclosing their personal data to third parties – even if it is not done on purpose, i.e. as a result of saving (“remembering”) login credentials on the specific end device.