The operator of the service - www.fainner.pl („Website”) is Fainner („Website Operator”).
The Website Operator gathers information about users („Website Users”) and their behaviour in the following ways:
Through information entered in web forms voluntarily by „Website Users”.
Through cookie files („Cookies”) in end-devices.
Through collecting web server logs by web hosting provider - Ogicom Spider Sp. z o.o. S.K.A., operating at the given address - www.ogicom.pl.
2. Information in the web forms
The Website gathers information voluntarily provided by Website Users.
The Website can also save information about connection settings (time, IP address).
The data in the web forms is not disclosed to any third party without the Website Users’consent.
The data collected in the web forms may be a potential Customers’data base, registered by the Website Operator in the register kept by the Inspector General for Personal Data Protection.
The data provided in the web form is processed in order to meet the purpose of the form, for example to carry out a service request or to sales contact.
The data provided in the form can be disclosed to subjects performing predefined technical services - this particularly refers to providing the information about the owner of a registered domain to subjects which are the operators of Internet domains (the Research and Academic Computer Network j.b.r - NASK), services which operate payments or to other subjects the Website Operator cooperates with, in that regard.
3. Information about Cookies.
The Website uses two main kinds of Cookies: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporary files, which are stored in the end-devise of a Website User until logging-out, after leaving the Website or after turning off the software (browsing) Persistent cookies are stored in the end-devise of a Website User for the period defined on cookie files or until deleting them by a WebsiteUser.
Cookies are used for the following purposes:
creating statistics which help to understand in which way the Website Users’use websites, which may result in the improvement of both of their structure and their content;
maintaining Website Users’session (after logging in), due to which a Website User does not have to enter their login and their password every time they enter the Website;
defining the Website Users’profile to project any advertising content that matches their profile, the Google Network in particular.
The Website Operator places Cookies on Website Users’end-device and it has an access to them.
Cookies are IT data, particularly text files, which is stored in end-devices of the Website Operator and is intended for use by the Website Operator. In general, Cookies contain the name of a website, which they originate from, the storage time on end-devices and their unique number.
The software for browsing website (a web browser) usually allows storing cookies on Website Users’end-device by default. Website Users can change the settings in question. The web browser enables the Website Users to delete cookie files. Cookies may also be blocked. A detailed information of how to block these files are included in the „Help”section or in the browser documentation.
Cookie files placed on Website’s Users end-devices can also be used by advertisers and partners cooperating with the Website Operator.
Cookies can be used by advertising networks, Google in particular, to display advertisements, which match a specific use of the Website. For this purpose, they may keep the information about the Website Users’navigation paths and time spent on a given website.
All the information about the preferences of the Website Users, gathered by the Google ad network in Cookies may be viewed, edited by means of the following tool: https://www.google.com/ads/preferences/
4. Server Logs
Information about some behaviour statistics of the Website Users is subject to logging-in into the service layer. This data is used solely to administer the Website and to provide the most efficient level of rendering hosting services.
Browsed resources are identified by URL addresses. Moreover, the following information may be saved:
The time of receiving a request;
The time of replying to the request;
The name the Website Users’station –the identification is carried out by the HTTP protocol;
The information about the errors occurring during the HTTP transaction;
URL address of the previously visited site by the Website Users (referer link) – if the Website was entered though t reference link;
Information about the Website Users’browser;
Information about IP address.
The above mentioned data is not associated with specific individuals, who view the sites.
The data in question is used to only for the purpose of service administration.
5. Disclosing data
The data can be disclosed to a third party only within the limits permitted by the existing law.
The data identifying any individual can only be disclosed with the consent of this individual.
The Website Operator may be required to disclose the data acquired by the Website only to the authorised bodies on the basis of legitimate demands and to the extent resulting from the demand.
6. Managing Cookies – in practice, how to give and withdraw consent?
If the Website User does not want to receive Cookies, they may change a browser’s settings. However, in the case of disabling Cookies, which are indispensable for the authentication, security and storing of the Website Users’preferences, viewing of the Website may be impeded and in some extreme cases impossible.
In order to manage Cookies settings, choose the web browser / system form the following list and follow the instructions: