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Cookie Policy – Cookies and similar technologies

  1. 1. Definitions
    1. 1.1. Administrator – Adamietz spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością with its registered office in Strzelce Opolskie at ul. Braci Prankel 1, 47-100 Strzelce Opolskie, REGON: 532242263, NIP: 7561836633, entered in the Register of Entrepreneurs of the National Court Register under KRS number 0000100273.
    2. 1.2. Cookies – small text files stored on the User’s device when using the Website and any other similar technologies used to collect information about the User’s activity on the Website. Cookies may originate from the Administrator or from the Administrator’s trusted partners.
    3. 1.3. Cookie Policy – this Cookie Policy.
    4. 1.4. Website – sthe Internet website operated by the Administrator at the following address:
    5. 1.5. User – any natural person visiting the Website.
  1. 2. What are the Cookies on the Website used for?
  2. 2.1. The Administrator uses Cookies primarily to enable the User to access the Website and to streamline the User’s experience on the Website.
  3. 2.2. The Administrator also uses Cookies for analytical and marketing purposes but only if the User agrees to this when first accessing the Website.
  4. 2.3. The Administrator also uses other technologies and technical solutions allowing access to information stored on the User’s device or browser (e.g. Local Storage, thanks to which the Administrator gains access to information stored during the use of the Website in a separate part of the User’s browser’s memory).
  1. 3. What types of Cookies are used on the Website?
  2. 3.1. Cookies used on the Website fall into the following categories:
Essential CookiesThese Cookies are installed to provide the User with access to the Website and its basic functions and therefore do not require the User’s consent. Without the essential Cookies, the Administrator would not be able to provide the services to Users on the Website.
Optional Cookies
These Cookies are only used by the Administrator if the User has consented to this. These are: • Functionality Cookies – they allow remembering Users’ preferences or choices (such as username, language, text size or other customisable elements) and provide them with personalised content on the Website; • Analytics Cookies – they allow checking the number of visits and sources of traffic on the Website. They help identify which pages are more or less popular and understand how Users navigate the site. This allows the Administrator to improve the performance of the Website.
  1. 4. Does the Website use Third-party Cookies?
  2. 4.1. By using the Website, the User may receive Cookies from third parties that cooperate with the Administrator. More detailed information can be found below:
Analytical service providersTo better understand how the Website works, the Administrator cooperates with analytics providers such as __________________ For more information on how they use User data, see here: ________________________ 
Advertising partnersThe Administrator’s advertising partners may use Advertising Cookies to display advertisements that they believe will be of most interest to the User and to measure the effectiveness of such advertisements on the Website. A list of advertising partners can be found here:__ 
  1. 5. When do Cookies expire?
  2. 5.1. The Website uses Permanent and Session Cookies. See below for more information on when they expire:
Session CookiesSome Cookies are temporary files, stored until the User logs out, leaves the website or turns off the web browser. These types of Cookies help to analyse web traffic, enable identification of and solving technical issues and make it easier to navigate the Website.
Permanent Cookies
Permanent Cookies are stored for the time specified in their parameters or until they are deleted by the User. They help the Administrator to remember the User’s settings and preferences to make the User’s next visit more convenient or to provide tailored content. Below is a list of Cookies along with their lifetime:
  1. 6. How to change Cookie settings?
  2. 6.1. The Website uses a Consent Management Platform (CMP) to make it easier for the User to manage their Cookie preferences.
  3. 6.2. You can use the CMP to change your Cookie settings. CMP allows the User to:
    1. 6.2.1. obtain details of the Cookies used on the Website and the Administrator’s trusted partners;
    2. 6.2.2. give and withdraw consent to the Administrator and trusted partners’ use of optional Cookies;
    3. 6.2.3. change previous settings.
  1. 7. Is it possible to change Cookie settings from the browser level?
  2. 7.1. The User’s web browser should allow to change the settings to reject, delete or block specific Cookies. The following links contain the relevant information for the most popular browsers:

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b) Internet Explorer [ów-cookie-i-zarządzanie-nimi-168dab11-0753-043d-7c16-ede5947fc64d]

  1. 7.2. As some Cookies are essential to the functioning of the Website, changing the browser settings may result in some services not working properly or even prevent using the Website altogether.
  1. 8. Changes to the Privacy Policy
  2. 8.1. The Policy is kept under review and updated as necessary.
  3. 8.2. The current version of the Policy was adopted and has been in force since …