In relation to the provision of the content of our Internet services, we utilize cookie files, in addition to possibly other technologies with functions similar or equal to cookies. The information contained below regarding cookie files also apply to those similar technologies utilized as part of our Internet services. Cookie files (so called “cookies”) constitute IT data, in particular text files, which are stored in the Internet service user’s device.
Cookie files are used in order to:
a) adapt the content of Internet service sites to the user’s preferences and optimize the use of those websites, for example by displaying the Internet service with its parameters adapted to the characteristics of the user’s device.
b) create statistics, which help us analyze the ways in which users interact with the service.
c) provide the users with advertisement content corresponding to their interests, including via remarketing.
d) maintain the Internet service user’s session, which makes it possible for the user to view every sub-page of the service without re-entering the login and password.
Most Internet browsers allow the storage of cookie files in the user’s device by default. Users of our services may at any moment change their settings related to cookie files. These settings may be changed in such a way, so as to, in particular, block automated cookie file support in the Internet browser settings, or each time inform of their recording in the Internet service user’s device. Detailed information regarding the possibility and methods of cookie file support can be found in the settings of the software (Internet browser). Lack of changes to the cookie settings means, that they will be recorded in the user’s device, thus we will record information regarding the user’s device and gain access to this information.
Disabling the use of cookie files may hinder the use of certain features within our Internet services, in particular those which require logging in. Disabling the option to accept cookie files does not, however, result in the inability to read or view the contents published on the services, with the exception of specific contents available after logging in.