Cookies policy

Cookies policy

In order to provide services at the highest level, we use cookies. Using our website means that they will be stored on your device. You can change your browser settings at any time. In addition, by using our website, you accept the clause for the processing of personal data provided electronically.

For your convenience, the website uses cookies to adapt the website to the needs of users, as well as for statistical purposes.

Cookies (so-called cookies) are small text files sent by the visited website to the internet user’s device (computer, smartphone, etc.). They do not contain any personal data.

Serwis stosuje dwa typy plików cookies:

  • The website uses two types of cookies:
  • functional (saving user settings, e.g. language, consents, etc.), such as:
    • Cookies – they are used to keep statistics for the website; The exact method of operation and the privacy policy of Google Analytics can be found at:,
    • Facebook conversion pixel – to manage ads on Facebook and conduct remarketing activities, which is the legitimate interest of the Administrator. This tool is provided by Facebook Inc. and its affiliates. It is an analytical tool that helps measure the effectiveness of advertisements, shows what actions are taken by Website Users and helps reach a specific group of people (Facebook Ads, Facebook Insights). The information collected as part of the use of Facebook Pixel is anonymous and does not allow your identification. They show general data about users: location, age, gender, interests. The provider may combine this information with the information you provide to him as part of his Facebook account, and then use it in accordance with his own assumptions and goals. The administrator recommends that you read the details related to the use of the Facebook Pixel tool and, if necessary, ask questions to the provider of this tool, as well as manage your privacy settings on Facebook. More information can be found at:
    • Plugins pointing to social media, e.g. Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn – the user, after clicking on the icon of a given plugin, is sent to the website of an external provider, in this case the owner of a given social network, e.g. Facebook. Then he has the option to click “Like” or “Share” and like the Administrator’s fanpage located on Facebook or share its content directly (post, article, video, etc.). The administrator recommends reading the privacy policy of Facebook before creating an account on this portal. The administrator has no influence on the data processed by Facebook. From the moment the User clicks on the button of the plugin referring to social media, personal data is processed by a social networking site, e.g. Facebook, which becomes their administrator and decides on the purposes and scope of their processing. Cookies left by the Facebook plugin (or other third parties) may also be applied on the User’s device after entering the Website and then associated with data collected on the Facebook portal. By using the Website, the User accepts this fact. The administrator has no influence on the processing of data by third parties in this way.
    • Session Cookies – these are temporary information stored in the browser’s memory until the end of the session, i.e. closing it.

Third-party websites to which the website sometimes refers, may also use cookies other than those listed above, including in particular files enabling logging in and delivering advertisements corresponding to the user’s preferences and behavior. These types of cookies are, for example:

  • on – containing user preferences and a click count; YouTube’s privacy policy is described at:,
  • on the and websites – allowing to log in, as well as cookies placed by advertisers in order to adjust the content and forms of advertisements; Vimeo’s cookie policy is available at

In most web browsers, you can: delete cookies from your computer’s hard drive (from the browser settings), block all sent cookies or set a warning before saving them on the disk.

It should be borne in mind that changing the settings of these files by limiting their use may affect some of the functionalities available on websites using them, e.g. by preventing logging in to an e-mail account.If you do not change these settings, you accept the use of cookies.

Below we show how to change cookie settings in the most popular search engines:

Google Chrome
Menu > Settings > Show advanced settings > Privacy > Content settings > Cookies – select the appropriate option.

Internet Explorer
Menu > Tools > Internet Options > Privacy – select the appropriate option.

Mozilla Firefox
Menu > Options> Privacy > History – select the appropriate option.

Menu > Preferences > Advanced > Cookies – select the appropriate option.

Menu > Preferences > Privacy > Cookies – select the appropriate option.