While browsing our site, according to given consent and the configuration of browser on your computer (terminal device) one or more cookies can be saved. Please read below for information about cookies and how they are used.
This site, like most of the web services, uses "cookies" technology. Cookies are small files that are placed on your hard drive when you visit certain websites. They contain information about your computer and usually do not contain any personal information. Cookies can not be used to infect the machine with viruses or other malware. Each individual cookie consists of four basic parts:
- Name of website: name of domain or subdomain which set the cookie,
- Cookie Name: cookie has a name that is unique on the page which set the cookie,
- Expiry date: the validity of some cookies expires when you close your browser (ie. session cookie), other cookies will be deleted automatically after reaching the expiration date that has been set (ie. persistent cookies),
- Value: is an information in a cookie, which a web page uses to remember a previous visit.
In cookie files is stored basic, anonymous information about you and data increasing the convenience of website use, needed for optimization and proper display of the content on our pages. This information is used to identify users who log on to the website, which allows them to visit multiple pages without typing their user name and password for each web page.
Users of our website may at any time discontinue providing these information by deleting cookie files stored on their terminal equipment through our website. To do so, change the settings in currently used web browser.
It is also possible to configure your browser in a way that will block the installation of cookies for specific user-selected web pages or for all websites. However, these settings will result in a loss of functionality described above that requires the installation of cookies. According to the requirements of the Telecommunications Act, configuring the browser to allow the installation of cookies on your computer is considered an agreement for cookie files use.