By using the website, you agree to be bound by the following terms and conditions.
1. Administrator of personal data
Altkom Software & Consulting Ltd with its registered office in Warsaw, 51 Chłodna Street, 00 – 867 Warsaw, is the Personal Data Administrator.
2. Availability of the website
You can browse the website on any device that has Internet access using any web browser (the latest browser version is recommended).
3. What are cookies and what are their functions?
Cookies, also known as cookies, in Polish are small text files sent by a web server and saved on the user’s side. Cookies allow you to read the information they contain only to the server that created them. Cookies contain various information about the user of a given website and the history of their connection with the website. This information allows the server owner who sent the cookies to find out which pages the user was visiting before entering his website, to know his IP address, as well as to check whether there were no errors during the display of the website. It should be noted, however, that these data are not associated with individual visitors, but only with the computer connected to the Internet on which the cookies were stored.
- Site encryption (SSL/ TLS): A certificate has been issued for the domain *.altkom.pl. The certificate ensures confidentiality and integrity of data transmission as well as server authentication. Communication encryption is enabled across the entire domain to ensure the security of users. Communication is encrypted with a 256-bit key, and an independent certificate issuer – Certum Domain Validation CA SHA2 – guarantees that you are on the authentic, original site https://altkomsoftware.pl/. Detailed information about the certificate can be obtained by clicking on the browser bar in “More information” and then “View certificate”.
- The browser may inform you that the connection is not secure, if the website contains graphics not originating from the “https://” but from the “http://” website. Currently, the website does not contains such elements. Do not be afraid of them, as they are not dangerous to the user in any way.
Google Analytics uses the following types of cookies on its blog, which are permanent files, with the exception of the “__utmc” cookie, which is a temporary file. The specified date of expiry of the cookies is the maximum. In fact, this date depends on the User’s actions – e.g. deleting cookies, changing the device, reinstalling the browser:
Expiry date: 2 years after initial creation or resetting.
Description: A Google Analytics cookie that allows you to determine the number of unique users (defined as a specific browser on a specific computer) who visit a website. A cookie reads the number of visits to a website, the time you visited the first visit, the previous visit and the current visit.
Expiry date: 30 minutes after initial creation or resetting.
Description: A Google Analytics cookie that allows you to determine the number of times you visit a unique website (a specific browser on a specific computer). Used in conjunction with the __utmc cookie (described below). A cookie checks the length of a visit – the beginning and the end of the visit.
Expiry date: 30 minutes after initial creation or resetting.
Description: A Google Analytics cookie that allows you to determine the number of times you visit a unique website (a specific browser on a specific computer). Used in conjunction with the __utmb cookie (described above). A cookie checks the length of a visit – the beginning and the end of the visit.
Expiry date: 6 months after initial creation or resetting.
Description: A Google Analytics cookie that allows you to determine how you visit a unique user on a website (a specific browser on a specific computer). A cookie explores the source of a blog’s visit and how it was explored.
- The blog maintained by Altkom Software & Consulting Ltd contains two types of forms:
1) Participation form. Providing data is voluntary. The e-mail address is used to exclude spam and/or the display of user avatars. Comments on the blog are made for personal purposes. E-mail address is not shared with third parties.
2) Form enabling sending messages to Altkom Software & Consulting Ltd. Providing data is voluntary. Everyone has the right to access and rectify their personal data. Messages sent via the form are processed by Altkom Software & Consulting Ltd with its registered office in Warsaw, Chłodna 51, 00 – 867 Warsaw, in order to provide an answer. The data are not made available to third parties.
5. How do we use the information we obtain from cookies?
Usually the data is used for automatic recognition of a specific user by the server, which can generate a dedicated page for him. This makes it possible, for example, to customize services and websites, support logging in, and some contact forms.
The user can set the browser so that cookies are not stored on the hard drive or are automatically deleted at a certain time. These settings may therefore be changed to block the automatic handling of cookies in the browser settings or to inform you when they are sent to your device. Unfortunately, as a result, it can lead to problems with displaying some websites, unavailability of some services.
6. How do you change the settings in the most popular search engines?
Click on the menu (in the upper right corner) under Settings > Show advanced settings. In the “Privacy” section, click the Content settings button. In the “Cookies” section, you can change the following settings for cookies:
Lock cookies by default,
Allow cookies by default,
Default storage of cookies and page data to close your browser
Setting exceptions for Cookies from specific sites or domains
From the browser menu: Tools > Options > Privacy. Activate the Firefox field: “will use the user settings”. Cookies are determined by whether or not you tick the field: Accept cookies.
Internet Explorer 6.0 and 7.0
From the menu of your browser (upper right corner): Tools > Internet Options > Privacy, click the Sites button. Use the slider to set the level, and confirm the change with OK.
From the menu of your browser: Tool > Preferences > Advanced. Cookies may or may not be selected by selecting the position of the Cookies.
From the Safari drop-down menu, select Preferences and click the Security icon.
This is where you select the security level in the “Accept cookies” area.
7. Comments on the blog:
- Comments on the blog are moderated by Altkom Software & Consulting Ltd and their content cannot be contrary to the law in force in Poland or in any way violate the rights of third parties. Comments violating the current netiquette and culture of expression will not be published.
- If any entity believes that the user’s comment violates the law, including in particular the rights of the entity, it is necessary to contact Altkom Software & Consulting Ltd in order to remove the comment.
- Altkom Software & Consulting Ltd does not recommend that you include links in your comments.
- The site settings allow for “trackback” and “pingback” of the site. However, the moderator may not accept them or may remove the feedback link.
8. Data of the administrator:
Altkom Software & Consulting Ltd.
Chłodna Street No 51, 00 – 867 Warsaw, Poland
KRS: 0000448403 / INN 7123276080 / REGON 061512913
E: firstname.lastname@example.org / T: + 48 22 460 99 31