What is „cookies“?
Cookies are files or information stored on your computer (or other device with Internet access, such as a smartphone or tablet) during a visit to the e-shop. Cookies usually contain the name of the website from which they originate, information about the "lifespan" of the cookie (ie how long the cookies will be stored on your device) and the value, which is usually a randomly generated unique number.
What we are using „cookies“ for?
We use "cookies" in order to adapt the content of the website to the user's preferences and to display a specific record to the user of a specific terminal device. No user or computer identification is stored in the cookie.
What kind of „cookies“ we use?
Two types of "cookies" are used - "temporary" and "permanent". The first of these, the temporary files, remain on the user's device only until you log out of the website or turn off the Internet browser. "Permanent" files remain on the user's device for the time specified in the parameters of the "cookies" or until they are manually deleted by the user.
The website can also be used in a mode that does not allow the collection of data on the behavior of website visitors. The collection of data on the behavior of website visitors is activated at the initiative of the website visitor, expressed by the active use of the "I agree" button, which follows the warning at the bottom of the website, which reads as follows:
"Ringblack, as the administrator of personal data, processes on this website the cookies necessary for the functioning of the website, for analytical purposes and, if you agree, also for retargeting."
- request information from us about what personal data we process,
- ask us for an explanation regarding the processing of personal data,
- request access to this data from us and have it updated or corrected,
- request the deletion of this personal data from us - the company will delete if it is not in conflict with applicable law and the legitimate interests of the company in case of doubts about compliance with obligations related to personal data processing to contact us or the Office for Personal Data Protection.