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1. What are cookies?
The website www.kariera.payback.pl (“Website”), like many other websites, uses so-called cookies (“cookies”).
Cookies are IT data, in particular small text files, saved and stored on devices through which you use the Website. Only when cookies are active, you can use all the functions of the Website.
The entity that places cookies on your end device of the Website and obtains access to them is the operator of the Website – Loyalty Partner Polska sp.z o.o. with headquarters at ul. Towarowa 28, 00-839 Warsaw, entered into the Register of Entrepreneurs of the National Court Register kept by the District Court for the Capital City of Warsaw, XII Commercial Division under the number KRS 0000290350, NIP 527-25-58-871, share capital PLN 16,919,100. ul. Towarowa 28, 00-839 Warsaw (“PAYBACK”).
2. Types of cookies
The website uses two types of cookies:
- session cookies (temporary): they are stored on your device until the end of the browser session. After the session ends, the information is permanently deleted from your device. The session usually ends with the closing of the browser window. Session cookies help us, first of all, to recognize your browser during the session and thus provide you with certain website functions.
- permanent cookies: they are not deleted after closing the browser and may be used by the Website in the future. They have a predefined expiration date and are automatically deleted when that date is reached. Periods may vary from minutes to several years. The longest duration is the duration of the storage of cookies with which you can object to the processing of certain data (opt-out). This ensures that the opt-out settings defined in a given browser remain valid as long as these cookies are not deleted manually.
3. Functions of cookies and purpose of their use
The cookies used perform the following functions:
- enabling the proper operation and operation of the Website (adjusting the Website parameters to the device you use and the appropriate display of the Website,
- improving the service of the Website (remembering the location of your device and creating anonymous audience statistics in order to provide you with information tailored to your location and needs).
The Website uses three types of cookies due to the way they are processed:
3.1 Cookies necessary for the operation of our website
These files cannot be disabled on our systems. They are used for navigation and for storing privacy settings.
3.2 Statistical Cookies
These cookies are used to improve our website. They help us answer questions about which pages are the most popular, least used, and how visitors are navigating the site.
We work with service providers who help us manage our offers and constantly improve them. We use the services of these companies that analyze the use of our website and measure the effectiveness of our advertising on the Internet and the use of our website offer, in particular using web beacons and cookies. By using tracking tools, we collect, in particular, the following information:
- What links are online users clicking on other websites to access the Website?
- Which of our pages are visited when, how often and in what order?
We use this information to compile statistics to help us understand the following questions:
- Which pages are particularly attractive to potential partners?
- Which types of cooperation are most interesting for the website audience?
- What offers should we make to our potential partners?
We use the following tools to collect and analyze tracking information:
|Type of cookies
Name of the “cookie”: s_vi (expires after 730 days), omniture_optout, s_fid, s_cc
You can object to the collection of your data by Adobe Analytics. Click the link HERE and select “exclusion”. This will set a so-called “opt-out cookie” for Adobe Analytics in your browser. This cookie does not contain trackable values. It only allows you to recognize a contradiction, so there will be no more tracking. The opt-out cookie only works in the browser from which you clicked the link above.
3.3 Advertising Cookies
These cookies can be set by our advertising partners through our website. They may be used by these companies to build a profile of your interests and display relevant advertisements on other sites. They do not directly store personal data, but rely on the unique identification of your browser and internet hardware.
We use the following advertising tools on our website:
|Types of cookies
Name of the “cookie”: NID (expires after 183 days)
The domain is owned by Google Inc. While Google is primarily known as a search engine, the company provides a diverse array of products and services. However, the main source of income is advertising. Google tracks users extensively through both its own products and websites and numerous technologies embedded in many millions of websites around the world. It uses data collected from most of these services to profile the interests of network users and sell advertising space to organizations based on such interest profiles, as well as to match ads to the content on pages where customer ads appear.
|Facebook Ads Pixel
Name of the “cookie”: fr, fbp (expires after 90 days) – used by Facebook to deliver a series of advertising products, such as real-time bidding from third-party advertisers
Name of the “cookie”: atn (expires after 730 days) – the domain is owned by Atlas Solutions, which in turn is owned by Facebook. Atlas is an online advertising company whose purpose is to track their activity on the web. As of September 2014, the company reopened under Facebook ownership, promising to target well-known users and target ads based on profiles generated using Facebook user data.
4. Disabling and limiting access to cookies
You can change your cookie settings yourself and at any time, specifying the conditions for their storage and access to your device via cookies. You can change the settings using the web browser settings or by using the service configuration. Detailed information on the possibilities and methods of handling cookies is available in the software settings appropriate for a given web browser:
5. Technical protective measures
Captcha is another security feature on our Website that prevents automatic registration of hackers. In addition to standard forms to be filled in and before entering the elements of the website that require protection, further questions – pictures – appear.
These images, so-called captchas (a sequence of numbers and characters), are used to exclude the use of certain forms or websites.
The sequence of numbers and characters is randomly selected by our system so that your data can be stored as securely as possible. Man can recognize these signs without much trouble. It wouldn’t be a problem for the computer either, so the characters are mangled to prevent manipulation or abuse of the service.
We use the Google reCAPTCHA service for this purpose. When you visit our website, we provide information about your access to Google. In particular, Google uses the following information to determine whether the user is a human or a computer:
- End device IP address
- The address of the website on which reCaptcha is used, in this case www.payback.pl,
- Information about the browser used (e.g. browser type and version, screen resolution, language, installed plug-ins, time and date),
- The fact of having a Google account and logging in to your Google account,
- Your behavior while browsing a given website,
- Your input behavior (e.g. mouse movements on reCAPTCHA surfaces where images need to be identified and selections made),
- Checking the browsing history of websites and saved cookies.
Google operates its servers in the US, i.e. in a third country outside the EU. Google’s reCAPTCHA service transmits your data to these servers for verification. At present, the European Commission has not taken a decision that the United States generally provides an adequate level of protection. However, Google has submitted to the EU-US privacy framework which provides adequate and reasonable safeguards. More information can be found here.
6. Data processing related to the use of Plug-in keys
The Website includes keys associated with various social networking sites, such as the “Like!” relating to Facebook, marked with the name or logo of the respective portal.
If you enter our Website that contains a social media button, your search engine will automatically connect to the appropriate portal, and the content of the button will be transferred from the servers of this portal to your browser, which will place the content of the button on our Website. Thanks to this, the operator of the social network will receive information that you have visited our Website. This information will be assigned to your account on the social network if you are logged in to it. We advise you to read the detailed rules for the processing of your data by the operators of the relevant social networks.
In the event that you do not want the operator of the social network to collect your data via our Website, you must log out of your account on this website before entering our Website.
7. Changes to the Cookies Policy
This policy is verified on an ongoing basis and updated if necessary.
Last updated: 04/2022