Privacy policy

Security features used

The Controller applies the most advanced security measures to ensure the maximum protection of personal data during the use of the website. The personal nature of the provided information makes us feel particularly obliged to comply with all norms and strict data protection standards. The security measures in place are modelled on proven banking systems, such as:

  • secure data transmission with the HTTPS protocol
  • data encryption with the SSL algorithm

We would like to emphasize that the users of the website also bear responsibility for the secrecy and confidentiality of the data entered into the system. Due to the fact that the system is accessible via the Internet, it is necessary to know and follow the rules of safe network usage stated below:

  • HTTPS protocol and SSL algorithm
  • firewall system
  • up-to-date software
  • antivirus programmes
  • automatic session timeout

HTTPS protocol and SSL algorithm

Before you log in, make sure the HTTPS protocol appears in your browser bar. When a connection to a secure site is established, the address displayed in the browser should begin with the letters https://, instead of the traditional http://.

Attention should also be paid to the browser status bar (bottom right corner of the screen). If there is a locked padlock icon, secure encryption using the SSL algorithm is in place.

The information transmitted via this route is encrypted using a secure 128-bit SSL protocol.

The SSL (Secure Socket Layer) software is run on the server that uses encryption protocols. It enables a secure exchange of information between the server and the computer, and eliminates the possibility of external access. In web browsers (e.g. Mozilla Firefox), information about the use of the SSL protocol is signalled by the appearance of a locked padlock symbol in the address bar, where the https prefix can be seen. Certificate authenticity can be checked by double-clicking the padlock symbol. Having clicked on the padlock, check whether the security certificate has been issued for the Website address and whether it is valid.

Firewall system

Any computer connected to the Internet is exposed to external threats. By using a Firewall, you increase the security of data entered into the website

Software update

Vulnerabilities in the software can put data at risk. Therefore, it is extremely important to keep the operating system and software on the computer up to date. Regular updates reduce system and software vulnerabilities and increase the security of your data.

Antivirus programmes

Viruses can cause serious damage. When using the latest antivirus software, the risk of loss can be reduced.


Below is the most important information about the cookies used on At the same time, we would like to inform you that full functionality of our Website will not be possible without placing cookies and/or similar technologies on your device. Therefore, you give your consent to the use of cookies when using via your default browser settings (pursuant to Article 173(2) of the Telecommunications Act). However, you can opt out of the use of cookies by configuring your browser settings.

What are cookies?

Cookies are files that contain information data, chiefly text files, which are stored on the website user’s end device and are intended to facilitate the use of the website. Cookies usually contain the name of the website they originate from, the time of storage on the end device and a unique number.

What do we use cookies for?

  • We use them to make the Website easier (more intuitive) to use and to tailor our Sites and our products/services to your interests and needs more effectively.
  • Cookies may also be used to expedite your future activities and experience on our Sites.
  • Cookies also allow us to memorise your login sessions, making it easier to access content that requires registration.
  • We also use them to compile anonymous statistics that help us understand how people use our sites and help us improve their structure and content.
  • Cookies may also be used to adapt the content of the Website pages to User preferences and to optimise the use of Internet sites. In particular, these files are helpful in recognising the device of the Website User and adequately displaying the website, adapted to their individual needs.
  • Cookies are necessary for the proper integration of the website with social media such as or

What types of cookies do we use?

The Website uses the following types of cookies: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies – temporary files which are stored on the User’s end device until the User leaves the website or disables the software (Internet browser). Persistent cookies – these are stored on the User’s end device for the time specified in the parameters of cookie files or until they are removed by the User. Some sites that you visit may also collect information through pixel tags (also referred to as clear gifs), which may also be shared with third parties that directly support our promotional campaigns and website development. For example, information on website usage by visitors to the pages may be shared with third parties, such as advertising agencies, for better positioning of online banner ads on our websites. This information is not personally identifiable, but it may be linked to your personal information.

Types of cookiesWhat do they do?Do these files collect my personal information/identify me?
NecessityCookies of this type are required for the proper functioning of, they allow the User to navigate our website and use its elements. They enable the memorisation of previous actions (such as open texts) when returning to a page in the same session.These files do not identify you personally. Failing to accept these cookies may affect the proper operation of the website or its parts.
EfficiencyThese cookies help us understand the manner in which visitors interact with our website by providing information about the areas they visited, the time they spent on the site, and problems they encountered on the site, such as error messages. This helps us improve the performance of our site. To this end, we use a monitoring tool – Google Analytics.Cookies of this type do not identify you personally. All data is collected and aggregated anonymously.
FunctionalityThese cookies allow our websites to remember your choices (such as user name, language or region) to provide a more personalised online experience. They also allow visitors to watch videos and animations, use social networking tools such as blogs, chat rooms and forums.The information collected by these files may also include information that can identify you, and which you provide yourself, such as your user name. We will always be honest with you about the data we collect, the purpose of collecting it, and who we share it with. Failing to enable these files may affect the operation and functionality of the website and may restrict access to its content.
SafetyThese cookies are used to ensure safety, e.g. to detect authentication abuse on the Website.The information collected by these files may also include information that can identify you, and which you provide yourself, such as your user name.
SEO/AdvertisingCookies of this type are used to provide you with content relevant to your interests and searched information. They can be used to deliver optimised ads or limit the number a given ad is displayed. They also help us measure the effectiveness of a given advertising campaign on, and more. We may use these cookies to remember the pages you visit, and we may share this information with other sites, including advertisers and our agencies.Most files of this type track customers by their IP address, so a certain degree of personal information may be collected. For more detailed information about these files, including what data is collected and how it is used, please read the paragraphs below.

Can I control or delete cookies?

In many cases, the software for viewing internet websites (internet browser) allows storing cookies on the User’s end device by default. Users of the Website may adjust the settings regarding cookies at any time. These settings may be altered in such a way as to block the automatic management of cookies in the Internet browser settings or make a notification each time it tries to save them on the Website User’s device. Detailed information on the use of cookies is available in the browser settings: Please refer to your browser’s instructions or view the help tab to learn how to adjust or change your browser settings. If you block our cookie files, the quality of the Website may be affected. For example, visiting certain areas of our website will not be available or you will not receive personalised information when browsing the site. If you use different devices to view the Website (e.g., a computer, tablet or smartphone), you must make sure that each browser on every device is properly adjusted to your preferences.

If you allow our site to use cookies, please make sure they are enabled in your browser. Follow these steps to do so:

Google Chrome

  1. Click the menu on the browser toolbar and select ‘Settings’.
  2. Click ‘Show advanced settings’ and in the ‘Privacy’ tab, select the ‘Content settings’ button.
  3. Now select ‘Allow local storage’.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0

  1. Click on ‘Tools’ at the top of the browser window and select ‘Internet Options’, then click on the ‘Privacy’ tab.
  2. Make sure your privacy level is set to Medium or lower, which will allow the management of cookies in your browser.
  3. Settings above the medium level will disable the management of cookies.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Click the ‘Firefox’ button (in windows XP, click the ‘Tools’ menu) at the top of the browser window and select ‘Options’.
  2. Then select the ‘Privacy’ panel.
  3. From the drop-down menu of ‘Firefox’, select ‘use custom settings for history’.
  4. Check ‘Accept cookies’.


  1. Click on ‘Menu’ at the top of the browser window and select ‘Settings’.
  2. Select ‘Preferences’ and go to the ‘Advanced’ tab.
  3. Select ‘Accept cookies’.


  1. Click the cogwheel icon at the top of the browser window and select ‘Preferences’./li>
  2. Click on ‘Security’.
  3. In the ‘Accept cookies’ area, select ‘Only from sites you visit’.

How to manage cookies on MAC computers

If you allow our site to use cookies, please make sure they are enabled in your browser. Follow these steps to do so:

Microsoft Internet Explorer on OSX

  1. Click the ‘Explorer’ button at the top of the browser window and select ‘Preferences’.
  2. Scroll down until you see ‘Cookies’.
  3. Select the ‘Never Ask’ option.

Safari na OSX

  1. Click ‘Safari’ at the top of the browser window and select ‘Settings’.
  2. Click on ‘Security’ and then ‘Accept cookies’.
  3. Select ‘Only from sites you visit’.

Mozilla i Netscape na OSX

  1. Click ‘Mozilla’ or ‘Netscape’ at the top of the browser window and select ‘Settings’.
  2. Scroll down until you see cookies under ‘Privacy and Security’.
  3. Select ‘Accept cookies from site server only’.

Do we use cookies?

We use the services of several providers who may also use cookies on our behalf when you visit the Website. They allow them to provide you with the services. Please read the following information to learn more about these files or opt out of receiving them.

When you visit the Website, you may receive cookies from third parties, their websites or their domains. We try to identify these files before they come into use so that you can decide whether or not to include them. More information about these third-party cookies may be available on relevant websites.