Cookie Policy

Protecting the privacy of users of our service is for us very important. All users of our service are entitled to privacy and confidentiality. We do not strive to identify users of our site. Information that are stored by your web browser as cookies and collected by our server are anonymous. According to the Act of 16 November 2012 and introduced changes on 22 March, we explain the principles and the methods of collecting, processing and use of information about users of our internet service, contained in cookies.

1. Cookies
During the visits to our website, code snippets called cookies are saved on your computer, which are text files corresponding HTTP queries directed to our server. The use of cookies is a common practice of most Web sites. They are used to ensure optimal operation of your visit to our website and enable faster and easier access to information. Cookies are not used to processing of personal data and their content does not allow the identification of the user, its tracking and navigation. The stored information or accessing it does not change the configuration of your device and the software installed on it. If you do not agree to store and receive information in cookies, you can change the rules concerning cookies by setting your web browser.
If cookies are disabled, some parts of our website may be unavailable.

2. Data Collection
The data stored in cookies are standard information such as:
– Public IP address from which the content is viewed on our website,
– Date of request,
– Time of reply sending,
– The name of the client station – identification carried out by the HTTP protocol,
– Information about errors that occurred in the implementation of the HTTP
– The URL of the page previously visited by the user (referer link), in case of transition to our site occurred through a link,
– Information about the user’s browser.

3. Use of data
This website uses Google Analytics and other analytical tools that help in the occasional study how users use the site. These tools use cookies to collect standard information listed above. These data are completely anonymous. Cookies can not be used to obtain data from your hard drive, your e-mail or personal data relating to you. This data is not shared with third parties.