The cookies policy

THE COOKIES POLICY


The Cookie Policy applies to all websites, SaaS applications and applications for mobile devices created and maintained by IDG Poland S.A. (hereinafter referred to as the Administrator or IDG).

This Cookie Policy and Privacy Policy describe the principles of IDG Poland SA regarding the use of information collected on this Site and define the right to privacy.

By using the IDG Website, by properly configuring your browser settings, you consent to the use of Cookies and other similar technologies in accordance with this Policy and Privacy Policy and to IDG and companies within the IDG Communications Publishing Network group in accordance with this Cookie Policy and Privacy Policy place cookies as described below, and you agree to have his/her personal information collected, shared and used to personalize cookies, advertisements or other services.

If you do not agree, please change your browser settings in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions or discontinue the use of the IDG website.

What are cookies?

Cookies are files that are created and stored on your terminal device when you visit websites on the Internet. The files contain information that identifies the User's device in order to display the page correctly. The files most often contain information about the origin (name of the website), validity (lifespan) of cookies, browser ID, or a unique number created for the user's session. The cookie itself is anonymous and does not contain any personal information, except where such information is provided by you, for example, if you provide your name and email address when you fill out a registration form.

What is the purpose of using cookies?

The primary objective is to adapt the content of the website to the user's preferences and optimise the speed of the website. They also allow us to collect anonymous, aggregated statistics that tell us how users use our sites, which helps us improve the information we provide and how it is displayed, but without identifying the User.

What types of cookies do we use?

Session files and permanent files are created and used for the proper use of the pages. Session files are temporary files that are stored on your terminal device until you log out of the website or close your browser. Fixed files remain on the User's terminal device for the time specified in the file settings. The permanent file can be removed from the Internet browser by the User before they expire. By using the websites of the Publishing House, the User may receive cookies from third party partners, e.g. Google, Facebook, and organisation implementing advertising campaigns for the benefit of the Publishing House. By using the websites of the Publishing House, the User may receive cookies from cooperating third parties, e.g. google, facebook, entities running advertising campaigns for the benefit of the Publishing House.

Can the user delete cookies from their terminal equipment?

Most web browsers are equipped with cookies management mechanisms, including the ability to prevent cookies from being saved and to delete cookies from your terminal device. You can also set the mode of prompting (informing) the User when the website wants to save a cookie on the User's device. Blocking cookies may have a negative impact on the display of the website's resources or on the limitation of its functionality, which adjusts the display of information to your preferences. It also blocks the possibility of collecting anonymous data, the analysis of which helps to improve the quality and attractiveness of the Publishing House's website.

Why do we use cookies?

Cookies make it easier for you to browse the website and enable us to make improvements to our website. We use cookies to help you access the site faster and more efficiently. Cookies allow us to distinguish you from other users so that we can recognize you each time you visit our site. Cookies also enable us to store your preferences and provide a positive experience when you visit this website, including customizing your website settings. Our marketing partners also collect web browsing data to make sure you see the most relevant ads.

RODO and your right to privacy in the EU

Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation) establishes new rights for European Union residents and strengthens some existing data protection rights.

To the extent that any cookie file placed by IDGC or a third party, as described above, can uniquely identify the computer or person using that computer as part of GDPR, it is considered personal data. Therefore, the Privacy Policy applies to all such personal data collected from their Users.

Changes to and updates of the cookie policy

We reserve the right to change this Cookie Policy in the event of changes in law, guidelines from data protection authorities, the technology we use to process personal data (in so far as such change affects the wording of this document), and the ways, purposes or legal basis on which we process personal data.

We will inform you of any changes or additions by posting relevant information on our website and, in the event of material changes, we may also send you separate notices to the e-mail address you have provided.

How can we be of help? Contact us

Questions, concerns or complaints:

If you have any questions, concerns or complaints about IDG's personal data policies or this cookie policy, we encourage you to contact our designated Data Protection Officer.

If you believe that you are harmed by IDG's violation of your rights under this cookie policy, and IDG has not dealt with your complaint in a reasonable manner, any EU citizen may also file a complaint with the appropriate supervisory authority.

Contact details for the IDG Poland S.A. data protection inspector are as follows:

Mr. Rafał Chrzanowski
IDG Poland S.A.
Budynek Spektrum Tower
ul. Twarda 18
00-105 Warszawa
iodo@idg.com.pl

The contact information for the IDGC Data Protection Officer is:

Mr. John McGill
c/o IDG Direct
Millennium House
Great Strand Street
Dublin 1
Ireland
GDPR@idgcommunications.com

Your opinion is important to us. We would like to hear your ideas, opinions and comments about IDG services. You can contact us at the address below: kontakt@idg.com.pl

If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy, the practices of this website, or how we should interact with you, please send your comments to:

International Data Group Poland SA
Budynek Spektrum Tower
ul. Twarda 18 00-105 Warszawa
email: kontakt@idg.com.pl