Cookies policy

 

We use cookies to improve the efficiency and provide the User with more and more perfect functions of the www.k2.precise.pl website and content tailored to the User. In order to ensure the transparency of activities, this Cookie Policy is adopted, which defines the detailed rules for the use of cookies by the website.

Data, via cookies, is collected by K2 Media Spółka Akcyjna with its registered office in Warsaw, address: ul. Domaniewska 44A, 02-672 Warsaw, entered into the Business Register of the National Court Register kept by the District Court for the capital city of  Warsaw in Warsaw, 12th Commercial Division of the National Court Register under the KRS No 0000065596, NIP: 527-234-20-36.

The User is any person to whom the data relates, who uses the website and any related sites, communication and services (further on “the User”).

 

I. COOKIES

Cookies are pieces of code that are text files corresponding to HTTP requests to our server. These files are saved by each browser from which the User visits our website. Thanks to the information contained in cookies, we know how Users use our website.

Cookies are used to guarantee optimal service of the User’s visit to the website and enable faster and easier access to information. Stored information or accessing it does not result in any configuration changes in the User’s device and the software installed on it.

The information contained in cookies is considered personal data only in connection with another personal data available about a given User. We use cookies to collect only anonymous data about the User, used for the convenience of using the website and minimising the advertising nuisance. We do not collect any data that would allow us to identify the User.

 

II. TYPES OF COOKIES

The website uses the following types of cookies:

  1. “necessary” cookies, enabling the use of services available on the Website, e.g. authentication cookies used for services that require authentication on the Website;
  2. cookies used to ensure security, e.g. used to detect fraud in the field of authentication on the Website;
  3. “performance” cookies, enabling the collection of information on the use of Website pages;
  4. “functional” cookies, allowing “remembering” the settings selected by the User and personalising the User’s interface, e.g. as regards the language or region of the User’s origin, size of the font, look of the website, etc.;
  5. “targeting/advertising” cookies, enabling delivery of advertising content more tailored to the User’s interests.

 

III. WHY COOKIES ARE USED

We use cookies to recognise the User during their visits to our website, remembering their preferences and displaying relevant content adapted to them. Thanks to cookies, User interactions with us are faster and more effective. In addition, cookies allow us to deliver tailored content to the User, without the need to conduct surveys.

 

IV. DISABLING COOKIES SERVICE

By default, web browsers allow the storage of cookies. If the User does not want to receive cookies, they may change the settings of their browser on a computer or other device that they use to access our website. Continued use of our website by the User without changing their settings means that the User agrees to receive all cookies on our site.

Most web browsers have a feature that allows the User to view and delete cookies, including cookies on our site. However, it should be emphasised that the inability to save or read cookies by the website may prevent full and correct use of our website.

If the User uses different devices to access our website and browse it (e.g. computer, smart phone, tablet), they should ensure that each browser on each device is adapted to the preferences related to cookie files.

The method of disabling cookies depends on the browser used by the User. The following is the manner in which the User can disable cookies in Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera and Internet Explorer.

 

Disabling cookies in Google Chrome

1) In the upper right corner by the address bar of Google Chrome, select Customize and control Google Chrome (three horizontal lines)

2) Choose Settings.

3) Scroll to the bottom of the window and click Show advanced settings

4) In the Privacysection, click the Content settingsbutton.

5) In the Cookiessection you can change the following cookie settings:

  • Block attempts of putting data from websites on your computer,
  • Block cookies and data from third-party websites -: check the Ignore exceptions box and block the creation of third-party cookies.

More informationon Google Chrome settings:

 

Disabling cookies in Firefox

1) In the upper right corner of the Firefox browser, click Open menu(three horizontal dashes) and select Options.

2) Then select the Privacytab.

3) From the drop-down menu in the Historysection, select an option: Firefox: the programme will use user settings.

4) Check Accept cookies– to enable, uncheck – to disable cookies.

5) Select the period for storing cookies:

  • Store: until they expire – the cookie will be deleted after the expiration date, which is determined by the website sending the cookie.
  • Store: until closing Firefox– cookies stored on your computer will be deleted when you close Firefox.
  • Store: ask every time– every time a website tries to send a cookie, the browser will prompt you to decide whether to store the cookie.

6) Close the option window to save the settings.

More informationon Firefox settings:

 

Disabling cookies in Safari

Choose the menu command Safari > Preferences, click Privacy, and then perform any of the following:

Changing the acceptance of cookies and site data: Choose one of the options next to the Cookies and site data label:

  • Always block:Safari does not allow websites, other entities and advertisers to store cookies and other data on your Mac. This may prevent some sites from working properly.
  • Only from the current site:Safari accepts cookies and site data only from the currently displayed website. Websites often contain embedded elements deriving from other sources. Safari does not allow such other entities to store and access cookies and another data.
  • From visited sites: Safari accepts cookies and site data only from the websites you visit. Safari uses existing cookies to determine whether a site has already been visited by you. Checking this box helps prevent storing cookies and another data on sites that contain embedded content from other websites on your Mac.
  • Always allow:Safari allows all websites, other entities and advertisers to store cookies and another data on your Mac.

 

Disabling cookies in Opera

1) Cookie settings Settings> Preferences> Advanced> Cookies.

2) The following options are available in the Opera browser:

  • Accept cookies– all cookies are accepted (option set by default).
  • Accept cookies only from the website I visit– all cookies from domains other than the visited domain are rejected.
  • Never accept cookies– all cookies are rejected.

 

Disabling cookies in Internet Explorer

1) In the browser window, click the Toolsbutton and then selectInternet Options.

2) Click the Privacytab, and then under Settings, move the scroll bar to the highest position to block all cookies, or to the lowest position to allow all cookies, and then click OK.

 

V. CONTACT INFORMATION

In order to obtain any information regarding this Cookie Policy, we provide a contact form on our website, thanks to which the User may contact us.

In addition, you can contact us by mail. Contact details:

K2 Media S.A.

Domaniewska 44A

02-672 Warszawa

We use cookies and similar technologies to be able to adapt the website, in the best possible way, to your needs and to deliver the ads you are interested in. By using our website in accordance with the current browser settings, you agree to the use of cookies and similar technologies.

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