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Cookies - what is it?

Cookie files are IT data, particularly text files, stored in User's devices. They allow the User to use the website. These files allow to recognize the user's device and properly display the website adjusted to his individual preferences. By default, data included in cookies can only be read by the server which created them. Cookies usually contain the name of the website they come from, the time when they are stored in the end device and a unique number.

What is the destination of cookies?

Cookie files are usually used to customize the content of the website to user's preferences, as well as to optimize the website. In addition, cookies are used to create anonymous, aggregate statistics, which allow to determine how the User uses the website, which helps to improve content and structure of the website, excluding personal identification of the User.

Software used to browse websites allows cookies to be placed on the final device by default. These settings can be changed to block automatic handling of cookies or to receive information about each transfer to the user's device. Detailed information about the possibilities and ways of handling cookies are available in the software (web browser) settings. Restricting cookies may affect some of the website's functionalities.

Cookies types

Types of files stored on User's device:

Do cookies contain personal data?

The data is collected by using cookies only and exclusively in order to perform specific functions for the user. This type of data is encrypted so that unauthorized persons can not access it.

How to delete cookies?

Cookies can be managed from a web browser. Browsers allow the use of cookies by default. You can change settings to block automatic handling of cookies or to receive information about each transfer to the user's device. Restricting cookies may significantly affect some of the website's functionalities.

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