We use cookies to improve efficiency and offer the User better features of the website and content more tailored to the User’s needs. This Cookie Policy has been adopted to ensure the transparency of activities by defining the detailed terms of use of cookies by the website.

Data are collected using cookies by JURGAL Marek Uchman, address: Plebiscytowa 17, 43-190 Mikołów, NIP (tax ID): 6341465803, REGON: 276992507.

A User is any data subject who uses our website and other related webpages, communications and services. (referred to as the User).


Cookie files (“cookies”) are code fragments, which are text files corresponding to HTTP requests sent to our server. These files are saved by each browser through which the User visits our website. Thanks to the information contained in cookies, we know how Users use our website. Thanks to cookies we can ensure optimal service during the User’s visit to the website and give faster and easier access to information. Stored information or accessing such information does not change the configuration of the User’s device and the software installed in it. Information contained in cookies is considered personal data only in connection with other personal data available about a given User. We use cookies to collect only anonymous data about the User to make the website easy in use and to minimise the nuisance of advertising. We do not collect any data that would allow User identification.


The website uses two types of cookies:

  • Session cookies – temporary files that remain on the User’s device until they leave the website or close their web browser. In this case, the information stored in session cookies is automatically deleted.
  • Permanent cookies – files that remain on the User’s device for the period specified in the cookie file parameters or until they are manually deleted.

We use cookies to recognise the User during their visits to our website, remember their preferences and display relevant and tailored content. Thanks to cookies, the User’s interactions with us are faster and more effective. In addition, cookie files allow us to present to the User content that is tailored to them, without the need to conduct surveys.

Below are the categories in which cookies are used on our website:

  •  Authorisation – We use cookies to authenticate the User, i.e. to recognise the User on our website. These types of cookies allow you to navigate between webpages without having to log in again on each page. If the User is recognised, relevant information is presented to them, in accordance with their preferences.
  • Analysis and statistics – We use cookies to conduct analytical and statistical activities to constantly improve the offered products and services, provide better solutions and add new features and options.
  • Preferences and settings – We use cookies to remember the settings and configuration of our website pages and selected elements, including page views and the User’s preferred language.
  • Advertising – We use cookies to provide the User with both general and tailored advertisements.

By default, web browsers enable the storage of cookies. If the User does not want to receive cookies, they may change the settings of their browser in the computer or other device used to access our website. By continuing to use our website without changing the settings, the User consents to receive all cookies in our website.

Most web browsers have a function that allows the User to view and delete cookies, including cookies in our website. However, it should be emphasized that the inability to save or read cookies by our website page may prevent the full and correct use of our website.

If the User uses various devices to access and view our website (e.g. computer, smartphone or tablet), they should make sure that each browser in each device is adapted to the cookies-related preferences.

The method of disabling cookies depends on the browser used by the User. Below we show instructions how the User can disable cookies in Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera and Internet Explorer.

1. Disabling cookies in the Google Chrome browser

  • In the top right corner next to the Google Chrome address bar select Customize and control Google Chrome (three horizontal lines)
  • Select Settings.
  • Scroll to the bottom of the window and click Show Advanced Settings…
  • In the Privacy section, click the Content Settings button.
  • In the Cookies section, you can change the following cookie settings:
    ◦ Block attempts to put data from websites on your computer
    ◦ Block third-party cookies – : select the Ignore exceptions check box and block the creation of third-party cookies.

More information on the Google Chrome browser settings:

2. Disabling cookies in the Firefox browser

  • In the top right corner of the Firefox browser window, click Open menu (three horizontal lines) and select Options.
  • Then select the Privacy tab.
  • In the drop-down menu in the History section, select: Firefox: will use your user settings.
  • Check Accept cookies – to enable cookies, uncheck – to disable them.
  • Select the cookies storage period:
    ◦ Keep: until they expire – the cookie will be deleted after reaching the expiry date, as determined by the website sending the cookie.
    ◦ Keep: until Firefox is closed – cookies stored in the computer will be deleted when Firefox is closed.
    ◦ Keep: ask me every time – each time the site tries to send a cookie, the browser will prompt you to decide whether to store the cookie.
  • Close the options window to save the settings

More information on the Firefox browser settings:

3. Disabling cookies in the Safari browser

Select Safari > Preferences, click Privacy, then do any of the following:
Change the method of accepting cookies and website data: Select one of the options next to the Cookies and website data label:

  •  Always block: Safari does not allow websites, other entities and advertisers to store cookies and other data on your Mac. This may prevent some websites from working properly.
  • Only from current website: Safari accepts cookies and website data only from the website that is currently displayed. Websites often contain embedded elements from other sources. Safari does not allow these third parties to store and access cookies and other data.
  • From websites visited: Safari accepts cookies and website data only from the websites you visit. Safari uses existing cookies to determine if you have visited the website before. Selecting this check box helps prevent your Mac from storing cookies and other data in the case of websites that contain embedded material from other websites.
  • Always allow: Safari allows all websites, other entities and advertisers to store cookies and other data on your Mac.

More information on the Safari browser settings:

4. Disabling cookies in the Opera browser

  • Cookie settings: Settings > Preferences > Advanced > Cookies
  • The following options are available in Opera:
    ◦ Accept cookies – all cookies are accepted (option set by default).
    ◦ Accept cookies only from the website I visit – all cookies from domains other than the domain visited are rejected.
    ◦ Never accept cookies – All cookies are rejected.

More information on the Opera browser settings:

5. Disabling cookies in the Internet Explorer browser

  • Click the Tools button in the browser window, and then select Internet Options.
  • Click the Privacy tab, then under Settings move the slider to the highest position to block all cookies or to the lowest position to allow all cookies, and then click OK.
    More information on the Internet Explorer browser settings:

If there are any doubts related to this Cookies Policy or in order to obtain information on this Cookies Policy, the User may contact the Controller via e-mail at and by post to the Controller’s address.