We implement the “cookies” policy on the basis of art. 73 of the Act of July 16, 2004. Right telecommunications (Journal of Laws 2004 No. 171, item 1800, as amended). Its content should always be considered together with the current wording of the Regulations.

Information about “cookies”

“Cookies” are IT data, in particular text files, stored in user end devices intended for using websites. A “cookie” is a small file consisting of letters and numbers that is loaded onto a computer or other device (eg computer hard drive, phone memory, tablet) when visiting the website website. It allows you to recognize the user and helps the website remember his preferences (eg selected language) so that the user does not have to set their preferences after each together when using a given website. “Cookies” in our store do not download or not they store any personal data in an unauthorized manner and do not allow identification given customer. The store’s software stores information in “cookies” related to areas:

The website uses “cookies”

1. Id session – temporary “cookies” that exist on your computer only when you are on a given website – more precisely until the browser is closed. They allow store websites online to remember what users have chosen on the previous page and have a task optimization of navigation on the website, e.g. by saving the settings logged in user’s site – so the user does not have to re-store on each subpage of the store enter login and password (no password and login are saved in the “cookie” – only the session number a user who does not identify his personal data). 2. Information for creating statistics. This type of cookie is used to provide important information about the traffic on the pages and the way visitors use it. To collect this data IT statistical tools are used. These cookies are used only for collection statistics about website traffic and user profile determination to display it matched materials in advertising networks.

“Cookies” are used in the management panel 

1. Id session – temporary “cookies” that exist on your computer only when you are on a given website – more precisely until you close your browser and allow you to log in store administrator for the management panel.

Deleting “cookies”

Standard software for browsing websites (eg Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome) by default allows the placement of “cookies” on the end device. The user can change the settings for “cookies” independently and at any time, specifying the conditions for their storage and access to the device through “cookies” user. The user can change the settings using the browser settings website. These settings can be changed in particular in such a way as to block automatic handling of “cookies” in the web browser settings or inform about their each time placing “cookies” on the user’s device. Detailed information about the possibilities and ways of handling “cookie” files are available in the software settings (web browser).

Limitations in saving “cookies”

By logging into the online store, you agree to place cookies on the target device, e.g. a user’s computer. Disabling “cookies” in the browser does not deprive the user of access to online store resources, but maybe reduce its functionality. The total blocking of “cookies” is possible in the options of your web browser. You can also set a refusal to download “cookies” from specific suppliers, as well as manage cookies using other programs computer. It is possible to delete “cookies” from the local disk, either manually or with the help of your web browser. 

Sharing “cookies”

Cookie files placed in the user’s end device can be used also by advertisers cooperating with the operator of the online store and partners, and may also be used by advertising networks, in particular in systems Analytics or AdSense provided by Google, Inc. (with the Google, Inc. privacy policy, you can read at: http://www.google.com/intl/pl_pl/policies/privacy/), to display ads tailored to the way the user uses the store. For this they can keep information about the user’s navigation path or time spent on a given page.