When browsing our site, according to the consent given and the browser configuration, on the user’s computer (end device) one or several cookies may be saved by us or a cooperating company. Please read the following information about cookies and how we use them.
1. Administrator – means the company TRAFERO Anna Bujała with headquarters in Łódź (92-008) at 8, Saneczkowa Str., REGON: 383460354 , Tax Identification Number: 7251599564, which provides services electronically and stores and gains access to information on the User’s devices.
2. Cookies – means IT data, in particular small text files, saved and stored on devices through which the User uses the Website pages. These files can not be used to infect your device with viruses or other malware. Each individual cookie consists of 4 basic parts:
- Website name: the domain or subdomain name that set the cookie,
- Cookie name: the cookie has a name that is unique on the page that set it,
- Validity period: The validity of some cookies expires after the browser is closed (the so-called session cookie), other cookies will be automatically deleted only after the expiration date has been reached, which has been set (so-called permanent cookies),
- Value: it is information in the cookie file that the web page uses to “remember” a previous visit.
3. Administrator’s Cookies – means cookies posted by the Administrator, related to the provision of electronic services by the Administrator via the Website.
4. External Cookies – means cookies placed by the Administrator’s partners via the Website.
5. Website – means a website or application under which the Administrator runs a website that operates in the trafero.pl domain.
6. Device – means an electronic device through which the User gains access to the Website.
7. User – means an entity for which services may be provided electronically or with which an Agreement for the provision of electronic services may be concluded in accordance with the Regulations and laws.
II Types of cookies used
The administrator uses two types of cookies:
- Session cookies: they are stored on the User’s Device and remain there until the end of a given browser session. The saved information is then permanently removed from the Device’s memory. The mechanism of session cookies does not allow the collection of any personal data or any confidential information from the User’s Device.
- Persistent cookies: they are stored on the User’s Device and remain there until they are deleted. Ending the session of a given browser or turning off the Device does not delete them from the User’s Device. The mechanism of persistent cookies does not allow the collection of any personal data or any confidential information from the User’s Device.
III. The purposes in which cookies are used
1. The administrator uses own cookies for the following purposes:
A. User authentication on the site and providing user sessions on the site:
- correct configuration of selected Website functions, allowing in particular verification of the authenticity of the browser session;
- optimizing and increasing the efficiency of services provided by the Administrator.
B. Ensuring the security and reliability of the website, e.g. to detect fraud in the field of authentication within the Website
2. The administrator uses external cookies for the following purposes:
For collecting general and anonymous static data via tools:
- analytics: Google Analytics [cookie administrator: Google Inc. based in the USA]
- e-marketing, which enable users to provide advertising content more tailored to their interests: Google AdWords [cookie administrator: Google Inc. based in USA], Facebook [cookie administrator: Facebook Inc. based in the USA], LinkedIn [cookie administrator: LinkedIn Corp. based in the USA]
IV Ability to opt out of saving cookies
Users of our site may at any time stop providing this information to our service by deleting cookies stored on their end devices by our service. To do this, change the settings of the currently used web browser.
If you use this option, the use of the Website will be possible, in addition to functions that, by their nature, require cookies.