What are cookies?
Cookies are short text files that comprise IT data used to view the content of the Store and are stored on User’s end device (i.e. a computer). Cookies files used by http://www.amtrans.pl/ are not used to collect Users’ personal information. The User has the right to allow Cookies on their device. Our company hereby informs that the website traffic is monitored by Google Analytics in order to collect data regarding the usage and popularity of the Website. By using the Website, the User accepts the analysis of their data conducted by Google Analytics for the purpose described within this paragraph.
Ways and purpose of using Cookies by http://www.amtrans.pl/
SESSION COOKIES: stored temporarily and removed automatically after some time or after leaving the website or switching off the Web browser.
Purpose: improving the Website’s navigation, among other purposes.
TRACKING COOKIES: they remain on a device for particular time or until they are removed by the User on their end device.
Purpose: storing information about the User’s status (whether the User is new or returning) and whether they use the Website by proxy.
THIRD PARTY COOKIES: cookie files obtained from partner websites and portals such as Facebook, Google, Google Analytics.
How to enable/disable Cookies?
User can change the web browser setting at any time, however, each web browser has its own way in which this can be made. E.g. if using the Internet Explorer browser (version 8.0) the User has to: 1) Choose “Tools”, and “Internet options” 2) Click on the “Privacy settings” tab 3) Choose the preferences Usually Web browsers enable the installation of Cookies on the User’s end device by default. Our company hereby informs that disabling of the Cookies can influence the Website’s functionality.
What data is processed?
http://www.amtrans.pl/ processes data shared freely by the User in the process of subscribing for the Company’s newsletter. The company makes commitment to store the data in safety and not share it with any third parties. Users have the right to access their data as well as demand its deletion or correction via sending an e-mail.
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