The Service Provider collects the personal data and other details which do not have such a status. Data is collected on the initiative of the user or automatically, depending on the data type.
Data collected during registration:
In order to use some of the functions of our website, you will need to register.
During the process of registration we will ask you to enter your personal details and other (non-personal) data which is still covered by the Policy.
Entering your personal details, as well as your consent to process them is not obligatory (is voluntary), but necessary for the Service Provider to render services within the Service.
Personal details will be processed by the Service Provider, who acts as the controller of personal data, for purposes and in the manner laid down in the declaration on the consent to the processing of personal data or in the information contained in relevant regulations.
You have the right to access and correct your data, as well as take any other action determined in the Regulations of the website. In those cases, you should turn to the Service Provider by sending a message to the address of their office, also available in the above mentioned statement.
Data collected automatically:
During a visit to our website, data relating to your visit is collected, which is: your IP address, domain name, browser type, operational system type – the data is insufficient to unambiguously identify you.
Data collected when contacting us:
When you contact us to in order to take certain actions (e.g. file a complaint) with the use of the webiste, telephone or e-mail, we will ask you to provide us with your personal details necessary to confirm your identity and contact you. It applies to the same personal details you have already given. Once again, providing these details is not obligatory, but necessary to take actions or obtain information you are interested in.
The use of data:
The personal details you have provided, on the basis of your consent, will be processed only to the extent and for the purpose covered by the consent or permitted by the act.
The automatically collected data can be used to analyze the user behavior on the platform or to gather demographic data about our users.
Data collected during your correspondence between you and the Service Provider will be only used in order to enable a correct, full and precise answer to your question.
In case of violation of the Regulations of any services related to the violation of law, as well as with no violation but based on other provisions, the Service Provider may make your details, including the personal ones, available to the authorities in situations laid down by law.
How will we contact you?
If you chose the available “E-mail notification” option or a similar one, we will send you relevant e-mails.
If you sent us a message by filling in the contact form, we can call you, send you an e-mail or a fax in order to answer your question.
Cookies and other technologies of storing and reading information:
Cookies are short information saved on your computer disk by a given website in the form of text files; they help us assess how popular the website is. We also use other technologies of that type, i.e. in the form of storing and retrieving information from local storage. We recognize you in order to find out what information you need and what you are looking for on our website. We want to know which categories you visit more often than the other ones; this allows us to become an even more interesting and better website than before. You give us the knowledge of which direction we should be taking, your expectations, what you are missing and think should be available on the website. What’s more, cookies and information from local storage are used by the website to keep the user’s session (after logging in) so that the user does not have to log in to every subpage of the website, to create statistics which help us understand how you use websites – this allows us to improve their structure and content.
And so – when using a website, you are the one who decides about its future shape. Cookies and information stored in local storage do not damage or harm the system of your computer or your saved files; they also do not adversely affect its efficiency or functionality on purpose. The identification is performed impersonally, anonymously, and the data covers only the manner and form of using the websites.
Within the service, two main types of cookies are used: session and persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporary files stored in the user’s final device until logging out, leaving the website or turning the software (internet browser) off. Persistent cookies are stored in the user’s final device within
time specified in cookies parameters or until cookies are removed by the user.
Within the service, the following cookie types are used:
a) essential cookies which enable you to use services available on the platform, e.g. authentication cookies used in services which require authentication on the platform;
b) safety cookies, e.g. used to detect abuse in authentication on the platform;
c) efficiency cookies which store information on how the subpages of the website are used;
d) functional cookies which record information on settings selected by the user and allow to personalize the user’s interface, e.g. the chosen language or the region of the user, font size, layout etc.;
e) advertising cookies which allow to provide the users with advertising content adjusted to their interest.
Cookies can also be used and stored in your final device by advertisers and partners of the Service Provider.
The local storage technology allows to store information similar to cookies, especially in environments where the cookies technology does not or cannot work properly.
Accepting cookies and the local storage technology are not obligatory to use the website; the Service Provider clearly and conspicuously informs the users of the purpose of storing and accessing cookies and files stored in local storage, as well as the possibility of determining cookies storage conditions or accessing cookies and above mentioned files with the use of software settings in the user’s device. However, we would like you to know that if you reject some cookies, the functionality of our website may be restricted.
You can express your consent to save cookies stored in the local storage technology on your device and to use them in the way described above by selecting appropriate settings of your browser, i.e. Internet browser settings which allow cookies and local storage, or not changing the existing settings on receipt of the above mentioned information which means you agree to receive and use the above mentioned technology by the Service Provider in the way described above.
In order not to receive cookies, use your web browser options used to connect to the service and select to automatically reject cookies. These settings usually allow you to manage cookies in the remaining scope.
In order to disable the local storage technology, you need to deny access to local storage in a way similar to rejection of cookies.
Below you will find links to examples of official websites of the most widely-used web browsers, where you can find the information on how to change the above mentioned settings:
MS Internet Explorer 9:
For example, if you have older versions of the MS Internet Explorer, you need to go to “Tools”/”Internet Options”/”Privacy”/”Advanced”/”Disable cookies”.
When using an internet browser, the user may also delete cookies saved on your device. When using Internet Explorer, you need to go to “Tools”/”Internet Options”/”General”/”Delete Cookies”.
In order to disable the local storage technology, depending on the browser, you should take the following steps:
- press Ctrl + Shift + Delete – it will open a window which allows you to delete data; if you select “Cookies”, both cookies and local storage content will be deleted.
- type about:config in the URL bar, then change the default value from “true” to “false” in the 'dom.storage.enabled' line.
- press Ctrl + Shift + Delete – it will open a window which allows you to delete data; “Delete cookies and other site data” applies to cookies and local storage content.
Internet Explorer 11:
- press Ctrl + Shift + Delete – it will open a window which allows you to delete data; “Delete cookies and website data” applies to cookies and local storage content.
- From the main menu select Tools → Internet Options → the “Advanced” tab → in the “Security” section you need to uncheck “Enable DOM storage”.
- From the main menu select Menu →Tools → Delete Private Data. Select elements you want to delete in the dialog window. “Delete all cookies” and “Delete persistent storage” will let you delete cookies and local storage content.
- type opera:config in the URL bar, set "Domain Quota Exceeded Handling For localStorage" to "0" and set "Domain Quota For localStorage" to "0".
The Service Provider is not responsible for the content of cookies sent by other websites to which links are provided on the platform.