This Policy concerns „cookies” and relates to web pages where Investa Sp. z o.o. is the operator (called further on “web pages”).
This service does not automatically collect any information except information contained in cookies.
What are cookies?
Cookies are IT data, in particular text files, which are stored on the terminal unit of a Service User. They are designed for use with web pages of the Service. Cookies contain usually the name of the web page from which they originated, duration of storage on the terminal unit and a unique number.
Which kind of cookies we use?
Three kinds of cookies exist: session cookies, persistent cookies and third-party cookies.
Session cookies are necessary cookie files, which make it possible to move within a website and use its basic functions. They are used during one session. They are temporary files, stored on the User’s terminal unit until logging out, leaving the site or closing the application (web browser). Session cookies may be used for identifying users as having logged in or warranting connection with an appropriate service in the website, should any modifications to the site operation occur.
Persistent cookies remain on the user’s unit for the time specified in cookie parameters or until they are manually deleted by the user. Persistent cookies provide specific functions not only during a single session but as long as they are stored on the computer. Persistent cookies are connected with the efficiency and functionalities of the service. Cookies connected with the efficiency make it possible to collect information on the way the site is used, including data about subpages visited by the user and possible errors. Cookies connected with functionality facilitate service rendering and store settings designed to make use of our services easier for the user. Persistent cookies do not store any information which might disclose the user’s identity. They are processed as anonymous data and their purpose is exclusively to make operation of a web page or application more efficient, identify interests of visitors and measure the advertisement effectiveness. They may be used, among other things, for gathering statistics about the ways of using a web page or application, checking the effectiveness of advertisements, making operation of a web site more efficient by recording possible errors or informing users on having been logged in to the web page.
Cookie files are used in order to adjust contents of web pages to user preferences and to optimize use of web pages. In particular, cookies make possible identifying Service User’s unit and displaying the web page adjusted to the User’s individual needs.
Cookies may also be used for creation of anonymous, aggregated statistics, which help to understand how a user makes use of web pages. That allows one to improve their structure and contents without personal identification of the user.
Cookies may also be used for maintaining a session of the Service User (after login) so that it is not necessary for the User to repeatedly enter his login and password on each subpage of the Service.
The Service allows other entities to use the cookie mechanism on web pages. That concerns, among others, entities that make available so called social plugins, such as in particular Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Wykop, Google+.
Our partners may use cookie files in a similar way in order to find if their advertisement was shown, what was the result, and to advise us how the users responded to it. We can also cooperate with a partner to show the user an interesting advertisement, on web pages or outside of them, after a user’s visit to a web site or application.
Do cookies contain personal data?
Removal of cookies
The standard default setting of web browsers is to allow placing cookies on a terminal unit. These settings may be changed in such a way that automatic support of cookies by the browser will be blocked or the user will be notified each time a cookie is sent to the user’s terminal unit. For detailed information on the possibilities and ways of cookie supporting see the software (web browser) settings. Restrictions on cookie use may affect some functionalities available on a web page.
If a user does not want to allow cookies, he may change his browser settings. Disabling cookies necessary for authentication, safety, keeping user’s preferences can make use of Service web pages more difficult or, in extreme cases, even impossible.
To manage cookie settings please select your web browser from the list below and proceed according to instructions.