Data collection and use
In accordance with the practice of most websites, we store HTTP requests directed to our server. This causes us to know the public IP addresses from which users browse the content of our site. The content viewed is identified by URLs. We also know:
- time of arrival of the request,
- the time the response was sent,
- the name of the client’s station – identification carried out by the HTTP protocol,
- error information that occurred during the execution of the HTTP transaction,
- URL address of the page previously visited by the user – in the event that the transition to the page of our service was made through a link,
- information about the user’s browser.
The above data are not associated with specific people browsing our site. In order to ensure the highest quality of the service, we analyse the log files to determine whether the structure of the site does not contain errors, which subpages are viewed most often, etc.
The collected logs are stored for an indefinite period of time as support material for the administration of the site. The information contained in them is not disclosed to anyone except those authorized to administer the server. Based on this, statistics may be generated to assist in administration. Aggregate statements in the form of statistics do not contain any data identifying visitors to the site.
The Website uses so-called “cookies”, i.e. computer data in particular text files saved by the servers on the user’s end device, which the servers can read each time the user connects to that end device.
Cookies are used, in particular, for:
- creating statistics that help to understand how you use the site, which helps to improve its structure and content;
- changing the appearance or version of the site, thus enabling the display of a page tailored to your individual needs (e.g. in terms of font size, layout, colours);
- storing session data (after logging in, so that you do not have to re-enter your login and password on each subpage of the site. This file expires when the session ends);
- presenting advertisements or running marketing campaigns.
Cookies are also used by services to which the user’s site refers by presenting, for example, multimedia. These may include, in particular, cookies that provide the ability to log in or are used to deliver advertisements corresponding to your tastes.
Changing cookie settings
Web browsers allow cookies to be stored on your end device by default. You can change your cookie settings at any time. The settings of your web browser can be changed, particularly, in such a way as to block the automatic placement of cookies on your end device, or to inform you each time they are placed on your end device.
Changing the conditions for storing or receiving cookies is possible by changing the settings of your web browser, such as in:
Failure to change your cookie settings means that cookies will be placed on your end device, and thus, we will be able to store information on your end device and access such information.
Disabling cookies may make it difficult to use certain services on the website.
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