What cookies do we use?
- collect anonymous statistics so that we can better understand user expectations and develop the website to make it even more user-friendly,
- ensuring proper functioning of selected functions of the website,
- optimise the website (i.e. adjust its appearance to the most popular devices),
- ensuring even server load,
- support user sessions,
What are cookies?
Cookies (so-called “cookies”) are IT data, including text files that a web browser can send to a server each time you visit our website and that are stored on your terminal equipment. Cookies contain, among other things, data such as the name of the website they come from, the time they are stored on your end device and a unique number that has been generated to identify the web browser you use to connect to the website. Cookies often store information that is essential for a website to function properly. Cookies can also store a unique number that identifies the user’s terminal device, on the basis of which it is not possible to determine the identity of the user. You can get more details about cookies by visiting, among others, the website at: wszystkoociasteczkach.pl; or in the menu of your web browser in the “help” section.
What cookies do we use?
- “permanent” – they remain on the user’s device for as long as their lifespan is set or until they are manually deleted. They make it possible, among other
- things, to determine which users are new and which are returning to the site.
- “Session” files – are temporary files stored in the memory of the browser. They remain on your device until you leave the website. Among other things, they
- make it possible to determine whether data should be collected for the current visit or to start tracking a new visit.
Types of cookies used on our website:
Analytical/statistical – cookies from Google Analytics analytical tools, placed on the end user’s device. Google Analytics receives, among other things, the following information about the user based on the cookies:
- from which sources he visited our website (e.g. other website, search engine),
- which sub-pages he visited,
- which services were referred to,
- what resolution they were using,
- what type of device was used (e.g. computer, tablet, smartphone)
- whether problems were encountered while using the website.
The Google Analytics tool is only used on information pages to which you have access prior to logging into your account. This tool is deactivated when the user logs in to their profile. Cookies do not link to other information about the user, in particular personal data. Your IP address is anonymised, i.e. shortened as soon as possible.
What can you do to change your cookie settings?