Websites to which this Policy applies
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that may be stored on your computer or on another device while visiting a website. They are used to facilitate the operation of the website, to monitor movements within the website, to record login data, etc.
There are various types of cookie files distinguished based on their origin, functions and longevity. The main features of cookie files are described below:
- First party cookies are planted by the website you visit, while third party cookies are planted by a website different than the one that you visit. We wish to stress that we assume no liability for controlling the manner in which any data is collected and used by third parties.
- Necessary cookies are required for operating the website (e.g. they allow you to move about the website and to take advantage of its functionalities).
- Execution cookies collect data concerning the efficiency of a website, such as the number of visitors, time spent on the website and error messages.
- Functional cookies facilitate the use of the website by remembering your choices (e.g. language, region, login, etc.).
- Advertising cookies enable the website to send personalized messages.
- In-session cookies are temporary files that are deleted once you close the Internet browser.
- Permanent cookies, in turn, remain on your device until you delete them manually or until your browser deletes them after expiry of their useful life set up for permanent cookies.
For more information about cookies please visit www.allaboutcookies.org. Please bear in mind that LINK has no connection with and is not responsible for any third party websites.
Why are we using cookies?
We are using cookies to:
- Categorize Website visitors;
- Improve usability and functionality of the Website;
- Adjust our Website and products to your needs and preferences;
- Send inquiries via the contact form, and
- Analyze how our website is used, as well as compile statistical reports.
We do not use any information collected this way to create visitor profiles.
What types of cookies do we use?
The table below lists the types of cookies used on our website
|System/Cookies||Description||First or third party?||Use (purpose)||Name|
|„box_cookies_”, separately for each language version of the website||The cookie records consents granted by the user visiting the website.|
|First / second party||Functional||box_cookies_pl, box_cookies_en, box_cookies_de|
|Google Analytics||Google Analytics is a tool measuring website traffic and allowing to use the data gathered to adapt the advertisements presented on websites and in mobile applications to users’ preferences (for more information, please visit: https://www.google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html?hl=pl and https://policies.google.com/technologies/ads).||Third party:|
Google Ireland Limited
|Execution cookies||_ga, _gat , _gid|
|DoubleClick Platform||The DoubleClick platform enables to perform an advanced analysis of the activities of users for whom website’s ad are displayed. It also enables ads to be purchased and adapted to the users’ needs. The cookie files allow to collect information about, without limitation: views, clicks, hardware used, websites visited, browsers and user’s IP address (for more information please visit: https://policies.google.com/technologies/ads?hl=pl; https://adssettings.google.com/anonymous and https://privacy.google.com/businesses/processorterms/)||Third party:|
Google Ireland Limited
|Execution and advertisement cookies||1P_JAR, CONSENT, HSID, NID, SID, SIDCC|
|The Facbook pixel facilitates the measurement of advertisement efficiency and allows to maximize advertising campaigns performed on social media sites.||Third party:||Execution and advertisement cookies||fr|
We may also use web beacons (or clean GIF files) and other similar technologies in addition to or in connection with cookie files. A web beacon usually has the form of an empty graphic file (usually 1×1 pixel), placed on a website or in an e-mail, helping us understand the behaviors of website visitors. For more information about web beacons please visit http://www.allaboutcookies.org/web-beacons/.
Last updated on: 23.05.2018 r.