What is a cookie?
Cookies are small text files created automatically by your web browser when you visit websites. The information contained in a given cookie can only be read by the page from which the cookie originates. Thus, the website cannot access other files on the user’s computer.
Thanks to the information contained in cookies, the website “knows” how you use it and can adapt the content displayed to you accordingly or offer you help.
On the website we use technical, analytical and marketing cookies.
Technical cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of the portal. We use them to optimize our website for the devices and browsers most often used by visitors – thanks to this, your computer, tablet or phone will display it correctly and legibly;
We use analytical cookies to improve the functioning of our website and to measure, without identifying your personal data, the effectiveness of our marketing activities.
Among other things, using analytical cookies, we create aggregate statistics and analyzes that help us understand how our website is used. These activities allow us to constantly improve the structure and content of the portal so that it meets the needs of our current and potential customers as much as possible.
Marketing cookies are used to tailor the content and forms of advertising displayed both on our websites and on the advertising network of our partners, including Google, to your needs and preferences.
More information about the cookies used on the Google Display Network can be found on the Google AdWords Help page.
http://www.mcpolska.pl and related pages. You can opt out of the use of Google cookies and disable them on the Google advertising options page
We use two types of cookies:
- session – they remain on your device until you leave the website or turn off the web browser;
- permanent – they remain on your device for a certain period of time or until they are manually deleted.
What data do we collect via cookies?
With the help of cookie technology, we collect only anonymous statistical data about you, used to improve the convenience of using the portal and minimize the nuisance of advertising.
We do not collect any personally identifiable information about you. The only information about the user, which, however, without connection to other data, does not allow his identification, is the IP address from which the user connects. Your IP address may also be transmitted to our partners, including Google. However, also in this case, your identification based on this data is not possible.
Can I opt out of accepting cookies?
How to disable cookies?
- In the upper-right corner of the Firefox window, click Open menu (three horizontal bars) and select Options.
- Then select the Privacy tab.
- From the drop-down menu in the History section, select option:Firefox: will use user settings.
- Check Accept cookies to enable, uncheck to disable cookies.
- Select the period of storage of cookies:
- Store: until they expire – the cookie will be deleted when the expiration date is reached, which is determined by the website sending the cookie.
- Store: Until you close Firefox – Cookies stored on your computer will be deleted when you close Firefox.
- Store: ask every time – Every time a website tries to send a cookie, your browser will prompt you to decide whether to store the cookie.
- Close the options window to save the settings
In Google Chrome:
- In the upper-right corner of the Address bar of Google Chrome, select Customize and control Google Chrome (three horizontal lines)
- Select Settings.
- Scroll to the bottom of the window and click Show advanced settings…
- In the Privacy section, click Content Settings.
- In the Cookies section, you can change the following cookie settings:
- Block attempts to place data from websites on your computer
- Block cookies and data from third-party websites – : Select the Ignore exceptions and block the creation of third-party cookies check box. Keep in mind that this setting prevents most sites that require you to sign in.
In Internet Explorer 9
- In the browser window, click tools, and then select Internet Options.
- Click the Privacy tab, and then, under Settings, move the slider to the highest position to block all cookies, or to the lowest location to allow all cookies, and then click OK.
Changing your cookie preferences or deleting cookies and website data in Safari may affect the operation of other programs, such as Dashboard.
Choose Safari > Preferences, click Privacy, then do any of the following:
Change how cookies and site data are accepted: Select one of the options next to Cookies and site data:
- Always block: Safari doesn’t allow websites, third parties, or advertisers to store cookies and other data on your Mac. This may prevent some sites from working properly.
- From the current website only: Safari accepts cookies and website data only from the website you are currently viewing. Websites often contain embedded elements from other sources. Safari does not allow these third parties to store and access cookies and other data.
- From the websites you visit: Safari only accepts cookies and website data from the websites you visit. Safari uses existing cookies to determine if you’ve visited a website before. Selecting this checkbox helps prevent websites that contain embedded content from other sites from storing cookies and other data on your Mac.
- Always allow: Safari allows all websites, third parties, and advertisers to store cookies and other data on your Mac.
Cookie settings Settings > Preferences > Advanced cookie >Score settings allow you to control how cookies are handled. By default, all cookies are accepted. The following options are available in opera:
Accept cookies – all cookies are accepted (option set by default).
Accept cookies only from the website I am visiting – all cookies coming from domains other than the domain I am visiting are rejected.
Never accept cookies – all cookies are rejected.