This Policy applies to "cookies" and refers to the icyr.pl website
What are "cookies" files?
"Cookies" shall mean computer data, in particular text files, stored in user terminal equipment intended for use on the Internet. These files allow you to recognize the user's device, language preferences and settings, and display a web page tailored to his individual preferences accordingly. "Cookies" usually include the name of the web site from which they came from, their retention time on the end device, and a unique number.
With such files, the icyr.pl website (hereinafter referred to as the Website) identifies your computer and recognizes whether you have visited it before. View your Website according to your individual preferences and help you optimize it. Cookies do not contain any personal information that would allow us to identify a computer user.
"Cookies" files are used to customize web content to your preferences and optimize your web pages.
In addition, the site uses "cookies" needed to use the tool called Google Analytics to create aggregated statistics. This allows us to know among other things how Internet users use the Site - without their personal identification - what they most often look for on the Site and how much time they spend on each subpage, and which languages they use and which browsers they use. This knowledge helps us to work on improving the structure of the Site and its content to best meet your expectations: to be as functional as possible and contain your information.
Personal data collected through "cookies" may only be collected to perform certain functions for you. Such data is encrypted in such a way as to prevent unauthorized access to them.
What "cookies" do we use?
There are two types of cookies: "session" and "permanent". The first files are temporary files that remain on your device until you log out of the webpage or turn off the software (a web browser). "Fixed" files remain on the user's device for the time specified in the "cookie" file parameters or until they are manually deleted by the user.
Deleting, blocking "cookies"
Please note, however, that not accepting cookies may impair the functionality of the Site.
The above information constitutes the implementation of the provisions of Art. 173 of the Act of 16 July 2004 - Telecommunications Law (Journal of Laws No. 171, item 1800, as amended).