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Our website uses cookie files, and by reason of new telecommunication legislation, we would like to inform you about its purpose and operation. Caution: acquainting with following information is tantamount to consent to using cookie files by us. If you do not consent - we kindly ask you to change your browser settings (due information are included in the next part of this article).
1. What are cookies files?
Cookie files are files (mainly text) in which website stores chosen information on your computer. They are stored in temporary files of your browser. Files may be used for various purposes as:
- saving chosen settings on a website for example: choice of language version
- statistics - dates of visits
- tracking users' actions
- customising commercials
2. Why do we use them on our website?
Our website uses cookie files for saving users' language version settings and conducting visits' statistics. We do not use cookie files for commercial purposes, nor tracking users' actions.
3. Why do we inform about this?
On 21 January 2013 new telecommunical legislation was implemented. It imposes the duty of informing users about employing cookie files and the possibility of changing users' browsers in this purpose.
4. How to change cookie files seetings?
Every browser has an option of disabling cookie files. We encourage you to look into your browser settings or to find due information via your browser.
SPIE Polska Sp. z o.o. Warszawa, Polska, 2017