Polish Travel Quo Vadis – “cookies” policy
The policy described below concerns cookies on websites operated by Polish Travel Quo Vadis Ltd. with its registered office at 2 Ptasia str. Warsaw, Poland.
What are “cookies”?
Cookies are computer data files, text files in particular, which are stored locally on end user computers and other devices capable of displaying websites. These files allow us to identify user device and display the website according to his personal preferences. By default cookie files contain the website name from which they origin, time to keep them and unique number.
What we use   “cookies” for?
We use cookies to adjust the content of the website to user preferences and to optimize webiste usage. Cookies are also used to create anonymous, aggregated statistics, which help us to understand the user behaviour on the website so we can improve our systems. Personal identification of the user is NOT POSSIBLE.
What “cookies” do we use?
We use two kinds of cookies: session and permanent cookies. Session cookies are temporary files which are stored on end user machine until he either logs off the website or closes the web browser. Permanent cookies are stored on end user machine until they expiry date runs out or the user deletes them. Cookie files used by partners of the website Operator especially the user of the website cookies are subject to their own privacy policy.
Does the “cookies” contain persolnal data?
The data collected with use of the cookies files is gathered only in order to perform specific functions for the user. These data is encrypted in such way that it is secure and guarded from unathorized access.
Deleting “cookies”
By default website borwsers allow the storage of cookies on end user machine. These default setting can be changed in such way that auto storage of cookie files is not permitted or that the browser notifies the user each time the cookie is received. Detailed instructions on how to change your broweser cookie settings are available in your browser settings. Limiting the cookie use may have an impact on website functionallity.
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