This Policy applies to “cookies” files and refers to websites operated by the Centrum Rehabilitacji i Odnowy Biologicznej Sp. z o.o. based in Gdynia (hereinafter referred to as “websites”).
What are “cookies” files?
“Cookies” should be understood as computer data, in particular text files, stored in users’ end devices used to browsing websites. These files allow you to recognize user’s device and properly display a website tailored to your individual preferences. “Cookies” usually include the name of the website from which they came from, their retention time on the end device, and a unique number.
What do we use “cookies” files for?
“Cookies” files are used to customize web content to your preferences and optimize your web pages. They are also used to create anonymous, aggregated statistics that help to understand how the website is used to improve their structure and content, excluding personal identification.
What cookies do we use?
Two types of “cookies” – “session” and “permanent” cookies files are used in principle. 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.
You can distinguish the detailed division of cookies due to:
1. The necessity to implement the service
They are absolutely necessary for proper functioning of the site or functionality that a user wants to use
They are important for the operation of the site
They serve to enrich the functionality of the site, without them the service will work properly, however, will not be adjusted to your preferences
For the purpose of providing a high level of functionality, without the settings in cookies, the functionality of your site may be reduced, but it should not prevent you from using it completely
They serve very important functionalities of the service, their locking will make the chosen functions not work properly.
They allow you to implement a business model based on which the site is made available, blocking them will not result in inaccessibility of the entire functionality of the site, but may reduce service levels due to the inability of the site owner to subsidize the site’s operating income. This category includes, for example, advertising cookies.
2. Due to the time the cookies will be placed on the end user’s device
Cookies placed for the duration of the browser (session) are deleted after the session has closed
They are not deleted when the browser is closed and remain on the user’s device for a specified period of time or without a period of validity depending on the settings of the owner’s site
3. Because of its origin – the site administrator who manages cookies
First party cookies
Cookies placed directly by the owner of the site that was visited
Cookies placed by external entities whose page components were called by the site owner
4. Because of the purpose they serve
Allows you to set features and services on the site
Security and reliability of the service
They allow you to verify authenticity and optimize your site’s performance
They let you know when a user is logged in, so that your site can show you relevant information and features
Allows to save information about how users are using your site. They may refer to the most visited pages or possible error messages displayed on some pages. Cookies used to store so-called. “Session state” helps improve services and improve site navigation.
They allow you to operate the site itself and the functions available on it
They allow you to show ads that are more relevant to your users and are more valuable to publishers and advertisers, personalize your ads, and may also be used to serve ads outside of your site (domain)
Allows you to customize the displayed information to your location
Analyzes and surveys, audience audits
They enable site owners to better understand the preferences of their users and by analyzing, improving and developing their products and services. Typically, a website owner or research firm collects information anonymously and processes trend data without identifying individual users’ personal information.
5. Due to tampering with the user’s privacy
Necessary for proper operation of the site
Needed to enable functionality of the site, but their operation has nothing to do with user tracking
Used to track users, however, does not include information that identifies specific user data
Do “cookies” contain personal data?
Personal data collected through “cookies” may only be collected to perform certain functions. Such data is encrypted in such a way as to prevent unauthorized access to them.
On regular basis web browser software allows cookies to be placed on the device by default. These settings can be changed to block automatic handling of cookies in your web browser settings, or to notify you of each time you send them on your device. Detailed information about the capabilities and ways of handling cookies is available in the software settings (web browser).
Restricting the use of “cookies” may affect some of the functionality available on the website.