1. COLLECTION AND PROCESSING OF DATA
Brodr. Jorgensen S.A. offers its users the possibility to use the website:JELP.eu anonymously.
Brodr. Jorgensen S.A. collects information relating to interaction with the website JELP.eu, i.e. data on the viewing statistics of pages, traffic to and from particular pages, among others. The foregoing activities are aimed at improving our website and customizing them to the user’s needs.
The administrator of the personal data provided by users of the site is Brodr. Jorgensen S.A., with registered office in Zielona at ul. Gorzowskiej 7, entered into the register of entrepreneurs kept by the District Court in Zielona Góra, VIII Economic Division of the National Court Register under NCR number 0000105055. Brodr. Jorgensen S.A. processes personal data in accordance with the authorisation granted by the user and in compliance with applicable legal regulations, including the Act of 29 August 1997 on the protection of personal data and the Act of 18 July 2002 on rendering of services via the Internet.2. USE AND SHARING OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
Brodr. Jorgensen S.A. uses data provided by users for marketing or promotional activities subject to prior consent by the user for such activity as well as for sending information about Brodr. Jorgensen S.A., if the user previously agreed to receive promotional correspondence from Brodr. Jorgensen S.A.
To collect statistical data we use Google Analytics, which serves to track website users’ activities, through which we collect information, e.g. about the user’s time of visit, if the user has previously visited our site and from which site the user was referred to ours. Thanks to the collection of such information, we know in what direction we ought to develop our site, what requirements we still have to meet, what to supplement and what novelty to create, among others.
The contents of the “cookie" files do not allow for identification of users as well as for processing and storage your personal data.
A majority of “cookie” files are the so-called “cookies” session, which are automatically deleted from your hard drive at the end of each session (e.g., upon closing the browser window), however, some of them enable identification of the user during a next visit to the site - they are not removed automatically, they are saved on the end device.
The user may at any time disable the acceptance of “cookie” files in the browser; however, such a change may impede the functioning of our website. All the Web browsers available on the market have the ability to manage “cookie” files, so if a user decides to disable the “cookies" he/she should first of all learn how to manage “cookie” files found in the help section of your browser. The user can configure his/her browser to reject all “cookie” files, keep "cookie” files, or send notifications when such files are sent from the server. The user may at the end of the visit to the website, delete temporary files stored on the end device during a given session.
Given that a variety of mobile devices and applications available in the market for cookie files management in different browsers look different, we recommend prior to blocking the acceptance of “cookie files” that you learn how to manage the privacy/safety features in the menu of your browser.4. LINKS TO OTHER SITES