The cookie policy regarding the website 

www.skriware.com

§ 1 . Information on the use of cookie files

In order to provide services of the highest quality, the Administrator of the www.skriware.com website (“Website”), i.e. Skriware sp. z o.o. with registered office in Warsaw, ul. Kolejowa 19/21, 01-217 Warsaw (“Administrator”), uses cookie files. If you use the website www.skriware.com, cookie files will be placed on your device. You may change the settings of the web browser at any time.

§ 2 . Types of cookie files

1. The administrator uses cookie files in order to adapt the Website to the needs of the users and also for statistical purposes.

2. Cookie files (cookies) are small text files sent by the website being visited to an internet user’s device (a computer, smartphone and so on). They do not contain any personal data.

3. The administrator uses two types of cookie files:

a. performance cookies (gathering information on how the website is used by the visitors, for example, most frequently visited websites or whether they get error messages or not, etc.),

b. functional cookies (saving user settings, for example, the language, given consent, etc.) such as:

• cookies used to keep statistics for the Website;

• session cookies – this is temporary information stored in the memory of the web browser until the end of the session, that is until closing it.

4. Third party websites, to which the Website sometimes redirects, may also use other cookie files than the aforementioned ones, including in particular, files enabling logging in and providing advertisements appropriate for the preferences and behaviour of the user.

§ 3 . Analytical services for the statistical purposes

1. In order to determine what content of the Website is the most attractive for the user, the Administrator monitors the number of users visiting the website and the most popular content. The administrator uses the data which it gathers for statistical purposes, such as:

• recording the number of persons visiting the Website,

• recording the time which the users spend on the Website,

• determining which parts of the Website require changes, optimization.

2. The administrator uses the Google Analytics for statistical purposes.

Google Analytics is a service of analysing the resources of the Web offered by Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheater Parkway Mountain View, CA 94043, USA. Google Analytics uses cookie files in order to enable the operator of the website to analyse its use by the users. Information generated by a cookie files on your use of the Website is usually sent to a Google server in the USA and it is stored there. Google will first shorten your IP address located in a Member State of the European Union or in a country belonging to the European Economic Area. Only in exceptional cases, full IP address will be sent to the Google server in the USA and it will be shortened there. The IP address transmitted by your browser in the context of Google Analytics is not merged with other Google data. Stored Google Analytics cookie files are automatically deleted after 14 months. More information on the terms of the use and protection of data can be found on the following website:

https://www.google.com/analytics/terms/gb.html

and

https://policies.google.com/?hl=en.

In order to deactivate Google Analytics, you need to click on the hyperlink below in order to download and install a browser plugin:

https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en.

3. The administrator uses Google Ads tools.

Thanks to the Google Ads tool, the Administrator can present its offer within the Google search engine and on the websites which are part of the Google advertising network. An advertisement of the Administrator may be displayed to the user entering particular words or phrases in the search engine correlated with that word or phrase. Within Google AdWords, the Administrator analyses the effectiveness of the advertisements published on the Google websites, which enables better adaptation of the Administrator’s offer to the expectations of the users. After clicking on the advertisement banner published by Google, cookie files are saved on the user’s computer within Google Ads. The collected data remains anonymous, which means that the Administrator may not see the personal data of particular users or relate them to other information on the user. Only statistical information for the purpose of the identification  of an advertising banner is collected.

4. The Administrator uses Facebook “visitor action pixel”

Visitor action pixel is an analytical tool by Facebook Inc., USA, which enables, on the basis of the behaviour of the user visiting a website, the determination  of target groups for advertising on Facebook, so-called Facebook-Ads. Thanks to Facebook “visitor action pixel” it is possible to track users after they saw an advertisement on Facebook and/or after they clicked on it and next, placed an order.

If a user is registered with Facebook, Facebook may relate the user’s visit with his or her account.

If your account on Facebook meets the parameters predefined by the Administrator (e.g. age, gender, region), at the same time being part of a specified target group, an advertisement of the Administrator may be displayed for you on the Facebook website, prepared specially for such a target group and according to their interests. The collected data shall remain anonymous, which means that the Administrator may not see the personal data of particular users or relate them to other information on the user. More information on the terms of the use and protection of data can be found on the following website:

https://www.facebook.com/privacy/explanation 

and

https://www.facebook.com/ads/preferences/?entry_product=ad_settings_screen

§ 4 . Changes to the settings regarding cookie files

1. In most web browsers you can: delete cookie files from the hard drive disc (from web browser settings), block all cookie files or set a warning before saving them on the hard drive disc.

2. One should bear in mind that the changes to the settings of these files consisting in the limitation of their use may affect some of the functionalities available on the websites which use them, e.g. preventing users from logging into the user’s email account. No changes to these settings means that the user gives consent to the use of cookie files.

3. It is described below how to change the settings regarding cookie files in the most common web browsers:

• Google Chrome

Menu > Settings > Show advanced settings> Privacy and Security > Content settings > Cookies  – select the appropriate option.

• Internet Explorer

Menu > Tools > Internet options > Privacy – select the appropriate option.

• Mozilla Firefox

Menu > Options > Privacy and Security > History – select the appropriate option.

• Opera

Menu > Preferences > Advanced > Cookies – select the appropriate option

• Safari

Menu > Preferences > Privacy > Cookies – select the appropriate option.