What are cookies?
Cookies are small files which are saved and stored in your computer, tablet or smart phone when you visit different websites. A cookie usually contains the name of the website from which it has come from, a “lifetime” of a cookie (i.e. how long it will remain on your device) and a randomly generated unique number used to identify the browser used for browsing the website.
to adjust the contents of these web pages to the User’s preferences and to optimize the use of web pages; in particular, these files allow for identifying the device of the Service user and displaying the website adjusted accordingly to his/her preferences; to create statistics which will help us to understand how Service Users use our websites which enables us to modify their structure and content; to maintain the Service User’s session (after logging in) so that the User does not have to provide his/her login and password each time he/she visits a subpage; to better adjust content and advertisements on the Wareluk s.c. Website to your needs and interests; to gather anonymous, aggregated statistics which allow us to understand the manner in which people use our website and help us to improve their functionality and content. By using cookies in the manner described above, we never identify users based on information contained in cookies.
How long is the data stored in cookies?
The Wareluk s.c. Website uses two types of cookies – session and “persistent” cookies. The former ones stay on your device only when you use the Wareluk s.c. Website. Persistent cookies remain on your device as long as their programmed lifetime or until you delete them.
Types of cookies used on the Wareluk s.c. Website:
Cookies necessary for website functioning:
Necessary for proper Wareluk s.c. Website functioning, they allow you to navigate through web pages and use their elements. For example, they remember previous actions (i.e. opened texts) when you come back to a web page during the same session.
Cookies improving efficiency:
They gather information on the manner in which visitors use the Wareluk s.c. Website by providing information about areas they visit, the time they spend there, and the problems they encounter, e.g. error messages. This allows us to improve the Wareluk s.c. Website functioning.
Cookies improving functionality:
Storing your settings and choices (e.g. your user name, region, personalized settings of content) to provide you with more personalized content and services. They also allow you to watch videos and use social media tools, i.e. blogs, chats and forums.
They provide you with advertisements adjusted to your interests and they limit the number of times a particular advertisement is displayed. These cookies also allow us to measure the effectiveness of marketing campaigns.
Do we use third-party cookies?
Yes, by using the Wareluk s.c. Website you can receive cookies from our partners, such as Facebook, Google. You can find more information on those cookies on corresponding third-party websites.
How can I change cookie settings or delete them?
By default, most of internet browsers are set to automatically store cookies. However, you can change these settings and block cookies – entirely or partly, e.g. only from third parties or in such a way that you receive a message when someone is sending cookies to your device. But remember: if you block our cookies, it can negatively impact the use of the Wareluk s.c. Website, for example, you might not be able to visit certain areas of the Website nor receive personalized information while browsing it. You also prevent us from gathering anonymous information on the use of our Website which is later used to improve the Website’s content.
INSTRUCTION – How to remove cookies
The way in which you change cookie settings depends on the internet browser you use. Information on cookie files is also available in the “Help” tab in every internet browser and on http://www.aboutcookies.org
Cookie files in internet browsers. In the browser settings select privacy settings option:
By default, the Google Chrome browser settings allow for storing cookies. To change the settings:
click on the “Google Chrome Settings” menu and select the “Settings” option;
click on “Show Advanced Settings” at the bottom of the page;
select the “Content Settings” option in “Privacy” options;
select the desired settings;
in order to provide special settings for a selected service click on “Manage Exceptions” button and select your own settings for websites;
to confirm changes, click on the “Done” button.
Microsoft Internet Explorer
By default, the Microsoft Internet Explorer browser settings allow for storing cookie files, however, they block files which might come from services without privacy policies. To change the settings:
click on the “Tools” menu and select “Internet options”;
select the “Privacy” tab;
use the slider to select the desired level of settings (the highest one blocks all cookies completely, whereas the lowest one allows for storing all cookie files);
click on the “Advanced” button and select the desired settings yourself;
in order to provide special settings for a selected service click on “Websites” button and select your own settings for websites;
confirm changes with the “OK” button.
By default, the Mozilla Firefox browser settings allow for storing cookie files. To change the settings: click on the “Tools” menu (in other versions: click on the “Firefox” button) and select “Options”; then, select the “Privacy” tab and choose the desired settings; in order to provide special settings for a selected service click on “Exceptions” button and select your own settings for websites; confirm changes with the “OK” button.
By default, the Opera browser settings allow for storing cookie files. To change the settings: click on “Preferences”, select the “Advanced” option and then “Cookies”; select the desired settings; in order to provide special settings for a selected service navigate to the selected website, while on it, click on the right mouse button, select the “Preferences for Websites” command, navigate to the “Cookies” tab and then provide the desired settings;
confirm changes with the “OK” button.
By default, the Safari browser settings allow for storing cookie files. To change the settings: in the “Safari” menu select the “Preferences” option; click on the “Privacy” icon; select the desired settings;
in order to provide special settings for a selected service click on “Details” button and select your own settings for websites.
Cookies in Adobe Flash Player