Privacy policy of www.mediapol.com.pl

 

 

1. 1. General information.

1.   The operator of www.mediapol.com.pl is Mediapol Sp. z o.o., ul. Gajowa 23, 50-519 Wrocław.

2.  The webpage realises its function of acquiring information about users in the following way:

a. By gathering information submitted in forms by the users.

b. By saving cookie files in DTE.

c. By gathering server logs by the hosting operator.

 

2. Information in forms.

  1. The webpage gathers information submitted freely by the user.
  2. The webpage can also save information about the connection parameters (time, IP address).
  3. The information in forms is not shared with any third parties without the user’s approval.
  4. The information in form is processed only for the purposes which result from the function of a specific form, i.e. for the process of trade contact service.

 

3. Information about the cookie files.

1. The webpage uses cookie files.

2. Cookie files are information files, especially text documents, which are stored in the user’s DTE and are destined for using the webpage. Cookies usually contain the name of the webpage which they come from, time of storage and unique individual numbers.

3. The entity which places cookie files in the user’s DTE and accesses them is the webpage operator.

4. The cookie files are used for:

a. creating statistics which help understand how the users use the website, which enables improving its structure and contents;

b. defining the user’s profile to present him appropriate materials in advertising networks, especially Google;

5. The webpage uses two basic types of cookie files: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporary files which are stored in the User’s DTE until logout, leaving the webpage or closing the browser. Persistent cookies are stored in the user’s DTE for the time specified in their parameters or until being removed by the User.

6. The browser’s software usually allows storage of cookie files by its default settings which can be changes by the users. The browser can remove cookies or block them automatically – detailed information can be found in help section or in the browser’s documentation.

7. Limiting the use of cookie files may influence some functions of the webpage.

8. The cookies placed in the DTE may also be used by advertisers and partners of the Webpage operator.

9. We recommend reading the policy of privacy protection of these companies to learn about the rules of using cookies for statistics: The privacy protection policy of Google Analytics

10. Cookie files may be used by advertising networks, especially Google, to show ads matched to the way in which the webpage is used. To do so, they may save information about the user’s navigation route or time spent on a given webpage.

11. The user may browse and edit information which comes from cookies by using this tool:
https://www.google.com/ads/preferences/

 

4. Server logs.

1. Information about some of the user’s actions is logged on server. This information is used only for server administration purposes and for providing the most efficient services.

2. The browsed content is identified by URL adresses. Additionally, saved can be also:

a. time of receiving a query

b. time of response

c. name of client’s station – identification realised by using HTTP protocol

d. information about errors which occurred during HTTP transaction

e. URL address of the webpage visited earlier by the user (referer link) – in cases when the website was entered via a link

f. information about the user’s browser

g. IP address information

3. The data listed above are not associated with any individual people using the webpage.

4. The information is used only for the purpose of server administration.

 

5. Data sharing.

1. The data are shared with the external entities only within the legally allowed limits.

2. The data which allow individual identification are shared only after the approval of the concerned individual.

3. The operator may be obliged to share the data gathered by the website with certain institutions on the basis of the right to demand information.

 

6. Managing cookie files – how to practically approve and disapprove?

1. If the user does not want to receive cookie files, he may change the browser settings. Please be warned that turning off the function of using cookies which are necessary for the processes of verification, safety and maintaining user’s preferences may hinder or, in extreme cases, make using the www pages impossible.

2. In order to manage the settings choose a browser from the list below and follow the instructions:

a. Internet Explorer

b. Chrome

c. Safari

d. Firefox

e. Opera

f. Android

g. Safari (iOS)

h. Windows Phone

i. Blackberry

 

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