What are cookie files?
Cookies contain information in text form sent by the www server, which is saved and stored on your computer, tablet or smartphone. Cookies usually contain information about the page that generated them, a unique number and storage time. By default, only the server that generated the cookie can read it.
What is the purpose of cookies?
Cookies are used in order to:
- optimise the browsing experience
- increase the comfort of browsing the website
- adjust the content of the page to user preferences
- collect anonymous statistical data
Cookies are usually used for site mechanisms such as: visitor counters, polls, online shopping, pages requiring logging in, displaying advertisements, monitoring the activity of visitors, etc.
Cookies used by www.ospel.pl are not used to identify its users.
Cookie files do not change the configuration of your computer, tablet or smartphone.
What types of cookie files do we use?
www.ospel.pl may use two types of cookies:
- session cookies – enable the use of all functionalities of the website, and are deleted after you close your browser.
- persistent cookies – enable the use of some functionalities of the website and collect statistical data – they remain on your drive until they expire.
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