Cookies Policy

  1. Cookies files include computer data, sepcifically text cookies that are stored in the end user terminal equipment service and are designated for use with web site services.  Cookies ususally contain the name of the web page from which they are derived, time filing them on the terminal device and data assigned to them (such as unique number)
  1. Cookies files are not used to identify the user and based on them the user’s identity isn’t determined.
  1. The entity that places information in the form of cookies files (cookies) in the end user terminal equipment  (such as computer, laptop, smart phone, Smart TV) and gains access to them is the company named Olczak-Klimek, Van der Kroft, Wegielek Legal Advisers a partnership.
  1. The publisher’s web site may store cookies files in the browser, if the browser allows for this.  What is of importance is that the browser allows the web page access only to cookies files placed by that page, and not to files placed by other web pages.
  1. Service uses cookies files in order to:
  • provide services;
  • customize content services and applications to user’s preferences and optimize the use of the web page (ex. cookies files allow to identify the users device and respectively display a web page adjusted to his individual needs
  • produce statistics, analysis of which allows for improvement of the structure and content of the service and application
  1. Due to cookies life, service uses two main types of these files:
  • session –  temporary files stored in the end user terminal equipment until the time of log out, leaving the web page and software application or turning off the software (disabling the web browser)
  • permanent – stored in the end user terminal equipment for a specified time frame within the parameters of the cookies files or until the time of their removal by the user
  1. In many cases the software used for viewing web pages (web browser) allows by default the storage of information in the form of cookies files in the end user terminal equipment.  However, the user can at any time make changes to these settings.  Failure to make changes means that information may be stored in the end user terminal equipment, thereby service stores information in the end user terminal equipment and gains access to this information.
  1. It is possible for the user to self-manage cookies files from the web brower that they are using. The most popular browsers allow for the below mentioned:
  • accepting cookies services, which allows the user for full use of options offered by the websites
  • management of cookies files on the level of the individual selected by user sites
  • settings for different types of files, ex. accepting permanent files as session etc.
  • blocking or removing cookies
  • Comprehensive Information is available in the software settings (web browser) or in the Help section in the menu of the web browser.  Limit or exclude of the use of cookies and other similar technologies may affect some functionality available on our website.