Privacy policy

1. General Information

  1. WebPing is operated by ISPRO - Systemy Internetowe, ul. Lindego 1C, 30-148 Kraków.

  2. The website collects information about users and their actions in the following way:

    1. through data entered voluntarily into forms

    2. through storing cookies at the end devices

    3. through collecting www server logs by the hosting operator.

2. Information from Forms

  1. The website collects information users provide voluntarily.

  2. Additionally, the website can store connection parameters data (timestamp, IP address).

  3. Information provided in the forms is not shared with third parties, unless the user allows it.

  4. Information provided in the forms can constitute a collection of potential customers, registered by the website operator in the registry run by the Inspector General for the Protection of Personal Data.

  5. Information provided in a form is processed according to the purpose of the form, for example, an after-sale service request or a business offer.

  6. Information provided in the forms can be shared with parties delivering certain services - especially payment gateway processors or other entities the website operator partners with.

3. Information about cookies

  1. The website uses cookies.

  2. Cookie files are digital data, especially text files, stored at the user's end device and used for browsing the pages of the website. Cookies usually contain the name of the page they come from, information on how long they will be stored at the end device, and a unique number.

  3. The entity responsible for placing and accessing cookies at the user's end device is the website operator.

  4. Cookies are used to:

    1. create statistics that help understand how users use webpages, which makes it possible to improve their structure and content

    2. hold the user's session, so that the user does not need to reenter the login and password on every single subpage

  5. The website uses basically two types of cookies: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporary files stored at the user's end devices until logging out, leaving the page or closing the browser. Persistent cookies are stored at the user's end devices for a period of time defined in the cookie parameters or until they are removed by the user.

  6. Internet browsers usually allow storing cookies at the user's end device by default. The website users can change the relevant settings. Browsers allow removing cookies and blocking cookies automatically. You can find more details in the help section of your Internet browser.

  7. Restricting cookies can affect some features available on the website.

  8. We encourage you to read Google's privacy policy to learn how cookies are used for statistics: Privacy policy for Google Analytics

  9. Cookies can be used by advertising networks, especially Google, to display customised advertisements, related to the users actions on the website. That is why they can store information about the user's navigation path or the time spent on a specific page.

  10. With the following tool, users can view and edit cookie information related to user preferences data stored by Google:

4. Server logs

  1. Some user actions are logged on the servers. This information is used only for website administration purposes and to ensure the fastest delivery of services.

  2. Browsed resources are identified throgh URLs. Additionally, servers can store:

    1. the time of request received

    2. Server response time

    3. the name of customer's workstation, identified through HTTP

    4. information on issues that occurred when performing the HTTP transaction

    5. the URL of the page the user visited before (a referer link) – when the website was visited by clicking a reference

    6. information on the user's browser

    7. the IP address

  3. The information mentioned above is not associated with particular individuals browsing pages.

  4. The information mentioned above is only used for website administration purposes.

5. Sharing information

  1. The information will be shared to third parties only when it is legally allowed.

  2. The information that allows indentifying a person will be shared only with that person's explicit permission.

  3. The operator may have to share the information collected by the website to the authorities on the basis of their demand and within the scope of their demand.

6. Managing cookies – how to agree and decline?

  1. When the user does not want to receive cookie files, they can change the configuration of their browser. We inform you that blocking the cookies responsible for authentication, security and keeping user preferences may complicate, and in extreme cases even prevent from using web pages.

  2. To manage the cookie settings, select one of the browsers below and follow the instructions:

    1. Internet Explorer

    2. Chrome

    3. Safari

    4. Firefox

    5. Opera

    6. Android

    7. Safari (iOS)

    8. Windows Phone

    9. Blackberry