AND. What are cookies:
Cookie files (cookies) are small text files sent by the server and saved on the device through which the website is browsed (the so-called end device), e.g.computer hard drive, laptop, smartphone memory card/ p>
The most common types of cookies used by B3D sc:
1) session - these are temporary files that are deleted from the end device's memory after the website is closed;
2) persistent - they are stored in the memory of the end device and remain there until they are deleted or expired;
3) analytical - collect information about the way the website is used, the type of page from which the redirection was made and the number of visitszine and website visit time. These files allow to define the preferences of the website visitor and adjusting the website itself, e.g. by remembering selected settings by the website, matching products to the interests of the person viewing the website. These files do not record specific data, but are used to compile statistics on the use of the website;
4) own - files located on website directly by B3D sc used for the purpose of: a) authentication in the online store and provide a session in the online store afterits logging in, so there is no need to log in again on the store's subpage online or after switching to an external website; b) creating analyzes and auditing the website viewership;
5) external - files placed on the website by third parties.
II. How to change cookie settings:
Detailed information on changing cookie settings and their self-removal in the most popular web browsers is available in the help section of a specific web browser and on the following websites:
in the browser Chrome
in Internet Explorer
in the Opera browser
in the Safari browser
in the Microsoft Edge browser
III. Google Analytics:
IV. IP address / Logs
Using the website is associated with the disclosure of B3D sc the IP address of the person's device. B3D sc can collect device IP addresses, incl. in order todiagnosing technical problems of the server, creating statistical analyzes. The IP number allows you to access the Internet, and in most cases it changes every time you connect to the Internet.
B3D can accumulate the so-called system logs, i.e. event log - which means a record of information about events and activities related to the website, created in chronological order. They contain data such as the IP address from which the given subpage was accessed, the address of that website and the time of connection. System logs are used mainly for statistical purposes. The analysis of system logs also allows you to adjust the content of the website and the presented marketing content to the preferences of the person viewing the website.
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V. Contact form / Newsletter
VI. Links to other websites.