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Cookies Policy

This Cookies Policy is a part of our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy

What are cookies?

Cookie is a small piece of information placed by a website to the user computer. These small files enable the server to provide you with the information that is customized with your needs when you use some platform or website for the next time.

Cookies are used to enhance your user experience. Among these Cookies are, for example, those used for the management of the first party statistics employed directly by the owner of the site. But this is not the only beneficial thing the cookies can do. Cookies are also a tool that enables behavioral advertising. If you have searched for some goods or services, and certain business offers such goods or services, cookies on your computer could help such businesses to advertise their goods or services to you later. Cookies enable the owner of the website or platform to see the actions and the user’s preferences on the website or platform, analyze this information and provide the user with more relevant information on services the user is currently using or may use.

Some of the services collect statistics in aggregated form and may not require the consent of the user or may be managed directly by the owner – depending on how they are described – without the help of third parties.

Which cookies does Collaborator use? 

How Collaborator deals with data collected through the cookies?

If you visited our Website, cookies consent message was the first message that you were likely to see that prompted you about the fact that cookies were used and active on our Website. In most cases we ask you about your consent to install cookies. This does not apply only to the strictly required cookies, which are, for example, technical cookies.

Data that we collect with the cookies are processed in accordance with our Privacy Policy. For instance, these data can be accessed by our employees, subcontractors and affiliates. 

As you may see, we use the third-party services such as Google, Facebook or Intercom when installing cookies and using data collected through them. Thus, we also may transfer such data to these companies residing in the USA, the European Union. In order to control collection of data for advertising purposes these services, please visit the following web pages:

  1. For Facebook
  2. For Google Analytics

Can you withdraw your consent and turn cookies off?

Yes, you can do that by choosing the appropriate settings of your browser. The following links might be useful for you to choose the best option of your browser:

For the users of Internet Explorer

For the users of Firefox

For the users of Chrome

For the users of Safari web and iOS.