Our website, like most websites, uses the so-called cookies.


What are cookies?


Cookies (consisting of a series of letters and numbers) are pieces of data sent by a website, stored in the visitor's browser. They are saved on the end device (computer, laptop, smartphone) you use while browsing the web.

They are usually used to track selected settings and actions taken on a given website.


There are two types of cookies:

  • "Session" temporary (session cookies) - these are temporary files that are stored on the user's computer until logging out, leaving the website or closing the browser. These cookies are deleted when you close your browser and do not collect information from your computer. As a rule, they store information in the form of session identification (without user identification). These cookies are mandatory for certain applications or functionalities to function properly.

  • “Persistent cookies” - these files are stored on your computer (on the hard drive) for the time specified in the cookie file parameters or until they are deleted by the user. These files are used to collect information that identifies you, such as your browsing behavior or your preferences for a specific site. Persistent cookies are also known as tracking cookies.

We use cookies for the purpose:

  • statistical;
  • marketing;

What else should you know about cookies?

Thanks to cookies, the use of websites is easier and more enjoyable, and their content (texts, photos, polls, polls, advertisements) is better suited to your expectations and preferences. Cookies transmit information to the servers (based on your behavior on the visited websites), thanks to which the displayed page is better suited to your individual preferences.


Cookies are not used to identify users and on their basis no identity can be determined in any way. The data obtained from cookies are in no way combined with your personal data obtained, for example, during registration on websites. Cookies identify only the data of the computer and browser used to browse websites - for example, they allow to find out whether a given computer has already visited the website.

Any personal data collected using cookies may be collected only to perform specific functions for the user, e.g. remembering logging in to the website or remembering goods added to the basket in the online store. Importantly, such data is encrypted in a way that prevents access by unauthorized persons.



  • cookies do not affect the operation of computers, smartphones or tablets;

  • do not cause any configuration changes in end devices or in the software installed on these devices;

  • their default parameters allow the information contained in them to be read only by the server that created them.

How to manage cookies?


By using the appropriate options of your browser, you can at any time:

  • delete cookies;

  • block the use of cookies in the future.

So remember that you can manage cookies yourself. To learn how to manage cookies, including how to disable them in your browser, you can use the help file of the browser you are using. You can read the information on this subject by pressing the F1 key in the browser.


For your convenience, below you will find links with relevant tips, depending on the browser you are using:


Mozilla Firefox


Google Chrome




Internet Explorer



To sum up, in the most popular browsers you can:

  • accepting cookies, which will allow you to take full advantage of the options offered by websites;

  • cookie management at the level of individual websites selected by you;

  • define settings for various types of cookies, for example, accepting persistent files as session cookies, etc .;

  • blocking or deleting cookies.


However, you must remember that the effect of changing the settings in the browser, depending on the selected option, may be the loss of the ability to use some websites and services or some of the functions available in them.


Additional information


If you want to learn more about cookies, we leave a link for you:


If you are interested in the legal basis of cookies, see here:


We know how complicated it can be to navigate the meanders of the law, so we will tell you that the issue of cookies is regulated by Art. 173 of the Telecommunications Law.