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Cookie Policy

In order to provide services at the highest possible level, we use cookie files. Using this website means that they will be stored on your device.

At any time you may change the settings of your browser.

For your convenience, the website https://abm.gov.pl/ uses cookie files to be adjusted to the needs of its users and for statistical purposes.

Cookie files (the so-called cookies) are small text files sent by the visited website to the Internet user's device (a computer, smartphone, etc.). They do not contain any personal data.

The website https://abm.gov.pl/ uses two types of cookie files:

  • performance cookies (that collect information on the way the website is used by the visitors, e.g. the most common pages or error messages, etc.),
  • functional cookies (that save the user's settings, e.g. language, consents, etc.), such as:
    • google-analytics.com cookies – are used for the statistics for the website https://abm.gov.pl/; a detailed mode of action and Google Analytics privacy policy may be found at: http://www.google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html,
    • inspectlet.com cookies – are used to define the way the website is used by its users; a detailed mode of action and the privacy policy may be found at: https://www.inspectlet.com/legal,
    • session cookies - are temporary information stored in the browser's memory until the session is closed.

The third-party websites that the website https://abm.gov.pl/ sometimes inserts links to, may also use cookie files other than the ones mentioned above, especially the files that enable registration and delivery of advertisements that match the user's tastes and behaviours. This type of cookie files include:

  • on youtube.com - cookies that contain the user's preferences and click counter; the YouTube privacy policy is described at: http://www.google.pl/intl/pl/policies/privacy/,
  • on player.vimeo.com and av.vimeo.com website - cookies that allow to log in and the cookies placed by advertisers in order to match the content and the form of advertisements; the Vimeo website privacy policy is available at: http://vimeo.com/cookie_policy.

In most of the web browsers you may: delete the cookie files from your hard drive (at the level of the browser settings), block all cookies sent or set a warning before saving such file on the drive.

Your should remember that changing settings of these files that result in their restricted use may influence some of the functions available on websites, e.g. they may prevent the users from logging into their email accounts.

If your do not change those settings, it means that you accept the use of the cookie files.

Below we show how you may change the cookies settings in the most popular browsers:

  • Google Chrome Menu > Settings > Show advanced settings > Privacy > Content settings > Cookie files – you should select the appropriate option.
  • Internet Explorer Menu > Tools > Internet options > Privacy – select the appropriate option.
  • Mozilla Firefox Menu > Options > Privacy > History – select the appropriate option.
  • Opera Menu > Preferences > Advanced > Cookies – select the appropriate option.
  • Safari Menu > Preferences > Privacy > Cookie files – select the appropriate option.

Server logs.

Obtaining some information on some user's behaviours require logging in in the server layer. These data are used only to administer the website and in order to ensure the most efficient operation of the hosting services.

The reviewed resources are identified via their URL addresses. Moreover, the following may also be recorded:

  • date of arrival of a question,
  • time of response,
  • client's workstation name - identification done by the HTTP protocol,
  • information on errors that occurred during the HTTP transaction,
  • URL address of the website that had been previously visited by the user (referrer link) – in case the other website is visited though the link,
  • information on the user's browser,
  • Information on the IP address.

3. The above-mentioned data is not linked to any specific individuals browsing pages.

4. The above-mentioned data is used only for the purposes of administering the website.

The data of individuals that communicate with the Medical Research Agency via social networks

Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, Youtube administer personal data of their users and process them on the basis of their own regulations. When you interact with us via Facebook, Linkedin, Youtube or Twitter (like/observe the page, react to posts, share/re-tweet, comment, send private messages), also the Medical Research Agency becomes the administrator of your data. We process your data, such as you first name and family name/nick, image, public profile and other information given in messages or comments on the basis of our legitimate interest, in order to answer the comments and messages, maintain relations with individuals that interact with us and also to analyse the efficacy of communication.

You Facebook interactions with the Agency, in principle, are not connected to the information that you sent to the Agency via other means (e.g. email), unless the circumstances require such an action (e.g. you have written a private Facebook message, cited your e-mail address and asked for response). We do not transfer you personal data to anyone. Remember, however, that Facebook, Linkedin, Youtube or Twitter, as website administrators, have access to all the information about you.

If you want your data to be processed in line with out Privacy policy, please, contact us via other channels than the social networks. If you send us an email, for example, we control what happens with the information and who reads it. You may also encrypt it.

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