Cookies and RODO

 uses cookies (so-called “cookies”) to provide services provided electronically. It is possible to use the Website without using the cookie mechanism, but this may mean that some features or services of the Website will not work properly. If the User restricts or disables the access of cookies to his/her device, the use of the Website will be possible except for functions that by their nature require cookies.

1 Definitions

Administrator – means Fabrykat Jerzy Książek, ul. Bielatowicza 3, 33-100 Tarnów, registered in the CEIDG register, NIP: 8733263567, REGON: 368126109, which provides services electronically and stores and accesses information on User Devices.

User – means an entity to whom, in accordance with the Regulations and legal regulations, electronic services may be provided or with whom an agreement for the provision of electronic services may be concluded.

Cookies – small text files, which are typed and stored in the End Device through which the User uses the websites of the Website. These files contain the Internet address from which they originated, the storage time and a unique identifier.

Service – means the website or application under which the Administrator operates the Internet service operating in the domain

Device – means an electronic device through which the User accesses the Service.

(2) Cookies are used for:

– adapting the content of the Website to the User’s preferences and optimizing the use of the Website,

– Maintain the session of the Service User after logging in,

– creating anonymous statistics of visits to and use of the Website’s resources by Users, which makes it possible to improve the structure and content of the Website,

– Ensuring the security and reliability of the Service.

3 Cookies used by the Administrator:

Cookies used by the Administrator are safe, they are not harmful to the User’s Device, and in particular it is not possible for viruses or other unwanted software or malware to get through this way.
The administrator uses two types of cookies: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session files remain on the User’s Device until the session of a given browser ends. The stored information is then permanently deleted from the Device’s memory. Persistent files are stored on the User’s Device and remain there until they are removed from the User’s Device.