In accordance with Law 34/2002 of 11 July on information society and electronic commerce services, Biuro Tłumaczeń Specjalistycznych lidolang Sp. z o.o. hereby informs its users of how cookies are used to improve the service being rendered. If you continue browsing without changing the cookie configuration, we will take this to mean that you consent to the installation of cookies. Likewise, should you not wish to receive cookies you can configure your Internet browser to delete them from your system’s hard disk, block them, or to alert you when they are installed, as explained at the end of this text.
Furthermore, Biuro Tłumaczeń Specjalistycznych lidolang Sp. z o.o. hereby informs Users that cookies will only be used to keep the browsing session open. They never store personal data. Should Users not wish to accept the cookies, they must eliminate this possibility in their own browser’s settings.
Here is how cookies can be administered in different browsers:
You may allow cookies, block cookies or delete installed cookies by configuring the options of the browser installed on your computer accordingly:
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What are cookies?
Cookies are small files that contain information that help us understand how our users browse our website and thus work to continuously improve the browsing process. They have an expiration date that can range from the time that a session remains open to a specified future date upon which they will cease to be functional.
What kind of cookies do we use and what is their purpose?
Strictly necessary or technical cookies: These cookies are necessary for the website to be used correctly. They enable access to sections with security filters. Without these cookies some or all of the available services would not be functional.
Browsing or analysis cookies: These cookies collect usage and tracking information on visitors to our website. The information collected is used for the purpose of introducing improvements based on analysis of the data regarding how the users use the service. The main goal is to improve the website’s functionality.
Regarding the processing of data received through analysis cookies, the Working Party under article 29 (European advisory body on data protection) has stated that, despite the fact that they are not exempt from the obligation to acquire informed consent to be used, it is improbable that they represent a risk to user privacy so long as the cookies are first-party, processing aggregate data for strictly statistical purposes, information about their use is provided, and users are allowed to refuse their use.