Privacy Policy


This privacy policy sets out how GENERAL ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS Paweł Kapelańczyk stores and accesses information stored on the User’s devices with the use of cookies for the purpose of providing services by electronic means as requested by the User.

Definitions

”Administrator” means GENERAL ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS Paweł Kapelańczyk with its registered office in Gdynia, Al. Zwycięstwa 96/98 lok.A3.02, VAT id: 839-283-84-16, which provides services by electronic means and stores and accesses information stored on the User’s devices.

”Cookies” means computer data, including (but not limited to) small text files, saved and stored on devices used by the User in order to use the Service web pages. ”Administrator’s Cookies” means Cookies placed by the Administrator in connection with the Administrator’s provision of services by electronic means through the Service. ”Third-Party Cookies” means Cookies placed by the Administrator’s partners through the Service website. ”Service” means a website or application through which the Administrator provides its online Service under the following domain names: www.ges.com.pl. ”Device” means an electronic device used by the User to access the Service. ”User” means a person or entity to whom (which) services may be provided by electronic means under the Terms & Conditions and the applicable laws and regulations or with whom (which) a contract for the provision of services by electronic means may be entered into.

Types of Cookies Used

The Cookies used by the Administrator are safe to the User’s Device. In particular, no viruses, other unwanted software or malware can enter the User’s Devices through the use of Cookies by the Administrator. Such files allow for identifying the software used by the User and adapting the Service to the individual needs of each User. Cookies usually contain their source domain name, information on how long they will be stored in the Device and a name value. The Administrator uses two types of cookies: Session cookies: These are stored in the User’s device until the User’s browser session ends. The files are then erased from the Device's memory permanently. The session cookies mechanism does not allow for downloading any personal data or confidential information from the User's Device; Persistent cookies: These are stored in the User’s Device until they are erased. Closing a browser session or switching the Device off will not erase such cookies from the Device's memory. The persistent cookies mechanism does not allow for downloading any personal data or confidential information from the User's Device.Each User may limit or disable cookies access to the User’s Device. If this option is used, the User will still be able to use the Service, except for those of its functions or features which, by their very nature, require cookies.

What Cookies are used for

The Administrator uses the Administrator’s Cookies for the following purposes to configure the Service: to adapt the web pages of the Service to the User’s preferences and to optimise the use of the Service web pages; to identify the User’s device and its location and to display web pages correctly, depending on the User’s individual needs; to save the User’s settings and to personalise the User interface, e.g. to the extent of the language selected by the User or the region where the User is located; to keep track of the Service web pages visited by the User and to recommend certain content, font size, web page design etc. to the User. To authenticate the User in the Service and to ensure the User’s session in the Service: to maintain the User’s session (after the User logs into the Service) so that the User does not have to enter his or her login name and password on each web page of the Service; to correctly configure certain functions or features of the Service in order to enable, in particular, verification of the authenticity of the User's browser session; to optimise and increase the efficiency of the services provided by the Administrator. To carry out processes necessary to ensure that Service web pages are fully functional: to adapt the web pages of the Service to the User’s preferences and to optimise the use of the Service web pages. In particular, Cookies enable the Administrator to identify the basic parameters of the User’s Device and to display a particular web page appropriately, depending on the User’s individual needs; to operate partnership programmes appropriately, enabling, in particular, verification of the sources from which Users are redirected to Service web pages. To save the User’s location: to correctly configure selected functions or features of the Service, allowing for, in particular, adapting the information provided to the User to the User’s needs, including the User’s location. Analyses, tests and website traffic audits: to create anonymous statistics to help us understand how Users of the Service use the different Service web pages, which enables us to improve their structure and content. To provide advertising services: to adapt the advertisements of third-party services and products displayed through the Service. To ensure the security and reliability of the Service. The Administrator uses the Third-Party Cookies for the following purposes: to gather general and anonymous statistics with the use of analytical tools: Google Analytics (cookies administrator: Google Inc., the United States). To use interactive functions to promote the Service through social networking websites: Facebook.com (cookies administrator: Facebook Inc, the United States, or Facebook Ireland).

Cookies

The User may change his or her Cookies settings himself/herself and at any time, defining the conditions of their storage and their access to the User’s Device. The User can change such settings by changing his or her Internet browser settings and/or the configuration of a particular service. Such settings can be changed, in particular, to disable automatic cookie handling in the User’s Internet browser or to inform the User each time Cookies are placed on the User’s Device. Detailed information on the options and ways of cookie handling is available in the User's software (browser) settings. The User may erase Cookies at any time by using the available functions in his or her Internet browser. Limiting the use of Cookies may affect certain functionalities of the Service website.