PushPushGo informs hereby that it uses cookie files (“Cookies”). Cookies are information that is sent by the server of the Website and are saved on your device (for example, the hard disk of a computer or telephone). More information about cookies can be found at www.wszystkoociasteczkach.pl
The data obtained by means of Cookies do not allow anyone to identify you, but enable PushPushGo to determine whether the website was visited by a certain computer (which is not synonymous with information about who visited the Website) and what preferences the user had at the time.
PushPushGo uses internal Cookies to:
- ensure the proper functioning of the Service,
- to measure statistical performance,
- to adapt the service to user preferences.
PushPushGo can place both lasting and persistent files on your device. Temporary files are usually removed when the browser is closed, but persistent files are not deleted when a browser is closed. Temporary files are used to identify the client as being logged in.
Persistent files provide certain functions not only in the course of a given session, but throughout the period of their storage on a computer. Persistent files are used to collect information about the way the Website is used, including data on subpages visited by the User and any errors, checking the effectiveness of the Website's advertising to improve the Website by recording any errors, testing various Website design variations, remembering users’ settings regarding their preferences and showing customers that they are logged in to the Service.
You can delete Cookies left by the Website from your device at any time in accordance with the provider's instructions for your web browser. It is also possible to block cookies from your device by configuring your browser, however, the Website may not function properly when cookies are disabled. PushPushGo uses a server that automatically records data about devices used to connect to the Service in the server logs, i.e. the type of device and browser you use, your computer IP address, date and time of entry, text description of the event and qualification of the event. Only those authorized to administer the information system have access to the server log files. Files with logs can be used to compile statistics in the field of traffic assessment on the Website and the occurrence of errors that make it impossible to identify you.