Cookies - what are they for, why do we use them
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are sent and stored on your computer, smartphone or other device from which you connect to the Internet. These files allow the website to recognize your device, and thus customize the presentation (display) of the website to your device. The information contained in cookies is usually: time of existence, the name of the site, the portal from which they come, individual identifier generated randomly. More detailed information about cookies can be found on www.allaboutcookies.org
Cookies and website customization to the needs of the visitor, customer.
User management of cookies
Types of cookies used on Warsaw Chapter Poland websites
- technical: necessary for the proper and full functioning of the Warsaw Chapter Poland website and access to all functionalities of the website/service.
- security: necessary to detect threats resulting from unauthorized use of Warsaw Chapter Poland website resources
- Analytical and statistical: used to collect information about the number of visits to a given website, time of the visit, browser type, devices, IP and similar information.
- Functional: necessary to remember the configuration of settings selected by the user when using the Warsaw Chapter Poland pages, such as language, appearance, layout, etc.
- Advertising: to provide advertising content tailored to the user's interests.
Most browsers automatically allow cookies, so if you do not want to use them, you must delete or block them yourself.