Cookie Policy

Cookies are small text files that are automatically created by a search engine while visiting websites. They are used only to adjust the website to individual users’ needs in a more effective way. They do not include any personal data.

At our website we use two types of cookie files:

  • session – they remain at users’ devices until they leave the website or exit the search engine,
  • permanent cookies – they remain at users’ devices for a set time or until they are removed by a user.

Our website uses cookie files to:

  • making collective statistics and analyses which help us understand how users use the website. Thanks to it, we can constantly develop the structure and the content of websites in order to make them more comprehensible.
    More about the Google Analytics code and Google cookie files you will find in Google Policies concerning safety and privacy.
    More about CrazyEgg code and cookie files you will find in Crazy Egg Privacy Policy.
  • Information about establishing, maintaining and managing a user’s session and remembering the users’ preferences.

Other services which functions we use on our website can also use cookie files. This enables logging in and they are used to deliver adverts suitable for users’ preferences and behaviour. Particularly these cookies are:

  • Cookies files connected with Google Ad Network. A user can change this settings here.
  • Cookies files linked with video films embedded from Privacy Policy of YouTube is described here.
  • Cookies files link in the widget “AddThis Social Bookmarking Widget”, which is used to share the content by social media services here.

After a user chooses the service via which they will share the content from our website, in the user’s search engine there will appear cookies from that service. Privacy policy of Addthis is described here. A user can change the way of using cookies files at any time. Most search engines offer an opportunity to accept or reject all cookie files, to accept only some kinds of them or to inform the user every time when the website tries to save them. The user can also easily delete all cookie files which have already been saved on the device by the search engine. Opportunities to manage and delete cookie files differ which depends on the search engine in use. No changes in cookies in a user’s search engine means that they have been accepted to be used.