- Website – refers to the website with the address at www.jww.pl.
- Website Operator – means the owner of the Website, JWW, a limited liability company based in Wrocław, at 43A Aleja Wiśniowa, zip code 53-137 Wrocław, entered into the National Court Register by the District Court for Wrocław-Fabryczna in Wrocław, 6th Commercial Division of the National Court Register under KRS number 0000281242.
- Website User – means a natural person who uses the Website www.jww.pl via the Internet.
- Cookie files (so-called “cookies”) – refer to IT data, in particular text files, which are stored on the Website User’s end device and are meant for using the Website’s pages. The default parameters of cookies allow the stored information to be read only by the server that created them. Cookies are most often used to monitor the activity of the Website Users and allow the Website to store individual information about the internet connection activity.
Information about the Website Operator
- The Website is designed to obtain information about the Website Users and their activities by storing cookie files on the Website Users’ end devices.
Information on cookie files
- The website uses cookie files.
- Accepting cookie files is required to ensure security, accurate service distribution on the Website and effective use of the Website by the Website Users.
- Cookie files are obtained and stored for the following purposes:
- personalization of the Website,
- generating Website statistics and Website Users’ flow statistics between different websites, which in turn are used to improve the structure and content of the website,
- keeping the Website User’s session without interruption by storing their data and choices, thanks to which the Website User does not have to, for instance, re-enter the login and password on each single subpage of the Website,
- defining the profile of the Website User in order to present materials personalized to their preferences on websites.
- The Website uses two basic types of cookie files, namely session cookie files and persistent cookie files. Session cookie files are temporary files that are stored on the Website User’s end device until they log out by leaving the website or closing the browser itself. Persistent cookie files are stored on the Website User’s end device for the time specified in the cookie file parameters or until they are deleted by the Website User.
- As a rule, the web browser itself allows for cookie files to be stored on the Website User’s end device by default. Website users can change the settings of storing or accessing cookie files. Additionally, the web browser allows the users to delete or automatically block any cookie files. More detailed information concerning this subject is included in the information section of a particular web browser used by the Website User.
- Any restrictions on using cookie files may limit the overall functionality of the Website
Information on data collected by the Website
- Within the framework of storing cookie files, the Website collects information about the Website User’s connection parameters (e.g. the visiting time of the Website, the number of Website User’s visits to the Website, the Website User’s IP address, the URL of the page visited prior by the Website User (so-called referer) – in the event of the Website being accessed via a link and the computer and browser data used to browse the Website being identified.
- The data obtained from cookie files are not under any circumstances combined with the personal data of the Website Users.
- These data are used with the sole purpose of administrating the website and insuring that the provided hosting services are used in the most efficient way.
- The Website operator on the basis of a lawful request may be required to provide information collected by the Website to authorized bodies within the limits resulting from the said request.
- In the event that the Website User considers that the process of their personal data violates the terms and conditions specified in the Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) 2016/679 of April 27, 2016 concerning the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of their personal data and concerning free movement of such data and the repeal of Directive 95/46 / EC (General Data Protection Regulation) (‘GDPR’), has the right to submit a complaint with the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection.
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