Cookies Policy

1. What are cookies

Cookies are small strings of text that are placed or read by websites viewed by you in the browser you use to retransmit to the same websites the next time you visit.

Cookies can be divided into technical and profiling cookies, depending on the function for which they are used, and third-party or third-party cookies, depending on the party that installs them.

Cookies are not used to identify users and on their basis no identity is established in any way.

2. What purpose we use cookies for

As part of our business, we use cookies, which, as anonymous statistical data, are used to analyze traffic on our websites and undertake marketing activities, but as part of these activities we do not process personal data within the meaning of the GDPR.

3. How long we use cookies

We use two types of cookies:

  • session cookies – they remain on your device until you leave the website or turn off the web browser;
  • permanent – they remain on your device for a specified period of time or until they are manually removed.

4. What cookies do we use

_ga A cookie file used by Google Analytics to distinguish user sessions by assigning them randomly generated numbers as customer identifiers. It is included in every request to display the subpage on the page and is used to calculate data on visitors, sessions and campaigns for the purposes of analytical reports of the pages.
_gid A cookie file used by Google Analytics to distinguish users without personally identifiable information. _gat This cookie name is associated with Google Universal Analytics, according to the documentation, it limits the speed of the request – limiting the collection of data on high-traffic websites. The main purpose of this cookie is: performance.
_gat This cookie name is associated with Google Universal Analytics, according to the documentation, it limits the speed of the request – limiting the collection of data on high-traffic websites. The main purpose of this cookie is: performance.
_icl_current_language This cookie name is associated with a WPML multilingual WordPress plugin. It is used to store the language of the site browsing, so you don’t have to constantly change the language settings. Where a cookie is set in response to a user action or request and as long as it has a short lifetime, it can be considered absolutely necessary.
wpml_referer_url Cookie that stores the last required URL
NID URL requested The NID cookie contains an identifier that Google uses to remember user preferences and other information, in particular those regarding the preferred language (e.g. Polish), the number of search results displayed on the page (e.g. 10 or 20) and enabling or disabling the Google SafeSearch filter. These cookies store information that allows you to change the behaviour or appearance of the site, which relate to the language version or where you are. For example, by remembering your location, your site may display local weather forecasts or traffic information. These files also make it easy to change the size of the text, typeface and other elements that can be personalized on the website. Losing the settings saved in the cookie may reduce the level of functionality of the website but should not prevent you from using it.
language Stores the language value of the site.

5. Changing the settings

You can use your browser settings to disable, delete or block cookies, for detailed instructions use the links below:

Cookie settings in Internet Explorer
Cookie settings in Chrome
Cookie settings in Firefox
Cookie settings in Opera
Cookie settings in Safari