NestorSprings

Privacy policy of www.nestorsprings.com:

1.General information.

The methods of personal data and data about users’ behaviour collection by this Service include:

  1. Data voluntarily entered in forms.

  2. Cookie files saved on end users’ devices.

  3. Log files gathered by the web server.

2. Information contained in forms.

  1. The Service collects information submitted voluntarily by the user.

  2. More over, the Service may also save information regarding the connection parameters (timestamp, IP address)

  3. The data entered in forms shall not be rendered accessible to any third parties without explicit consent of the User.

  4. The data submitted in the forms are processed for the purpose resulting from the specific form, e.g. with a view of processing a service request or entering into a commercial contact.

3. Cookie policy

  1. The Service makes use of cookie files.

  2. The cookie files (“cookies”) are computer data, in particular text files, which are stored on a device of the Service User and are intended for the use of the Service’s pages. The cookie files usually contain a name of the website they originate from, the duration they will be stored on the User’s device and a unique number..

  3. The entity that places cookie files on Service User’s device and gets access to said files is the Service Operator .

  4. Cookie files are used for the following purposes:

    1. generating statistics which help understand how Service Users use web pages, which in turn allows the Service Operator to improve the structure and contents of the sites ;

    2. maintaining the Service User’s session (upon logging in), as a result the User does not need to enter his credentials on every page of the Service ;

    3. determining the User’s profile in order to display targeted materials in advertisement networks, especially the Google network (AdWords, AdSense).

  5. The Service uses two basic types of cookies: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporary files which are stored on User’s device until they log out from the Service, leave the Service or close the software (web browser). Persistent cookies are stored on User’s device for the time specified in the cookie file parameters or until they are removed by the User .

  6. Software for viewing websites (web browser) usually allows for storing cookies on User’s device by default. The Service Users may change the respective settings of their browsers. Web browser allows to delete cookie files. It is also possible to automatically block cookie files from being accepted and saved. Detailed information on the subject can be found in help files and documentation of web browser .

  7. Limitations on use of cookie files may affect some functionalities available on the Service’s web pages.

  8. Cookie files saved on Service User’s device may be also used by advertising providers and partners that cooperate with the Service Operator .

  9. We recommend reading the Privacy Policies of these companies in order to learn the principles of using cookie files in statistics: Google Analytics Privacy Policy

  10. Cookie files may be used by advertising networks, in particular by Google network, in order to display advertisements tailored to the manner in which the Service User uses the Service. For that, they may save information about the User’s navigation path or log the time the user stayed on a given page.

  11. In regard to information about User’s preferences collected by Google advertising network, the User may view and edit information derived from cookie files by means of a tool available at: https://www.google.com/ads/preferences/

4. Server logs.

  1. Information about some behaviours of the Users are subject to server-side logging. Such data are used solely for the purpose of properly operating the Service and in order to ensure the most efficient management of provided hosting services .

  2. The resources browsed are identified via URL addresses. In addition, the following data may be subject to recording :

    1. timestamp of a request,

    2. timestamp of a response,

    3. name of User’s device – identification performed via the HTTP protocol,

    4. information about errors which occurred during realisation of the HTTP transaction,

    5. the URL address of the site previously visited by the User in the event the website has been entered via link from another website,

    6. information on User’s browser,

    7. information on User’s IP address.

  3. The above data are not associated with specific persons browsing through pages.

  4. The aforementioned data are used only for the purposes of the server administration.

5. Rendering data accessible.

  1. Data are rendered accessible to third parties solely within the limits of law.

  2. Data enabling identification of a person shall be rendered accessible only upon that person’s explicit consent.

  3. The Service Operator may be obliged to supply the information collected by the Service to the authorities on the basis of lawful requests in the scope resulting therefrom.

6. Managing cookie files – how to grant and withdraw one’s consent in practice?

  1. If the User does not with to receive cookie files, they may change their browser settings. We would like to note that turning off the cookie functionality necessary for authentication, security and saving user preferences may hinder the use of web pages and, in extreme cases, may render the websites unusable.
  2. In order to manage settings regarding cookie files, select your browser/operating system from the list below and follow the instructions:

     
    1. Internet Explorer

    2. Chrome

    3. Safari

    4. Firefox

    5. Opera

    6. Android

    7. Safari (iOS)

    8. Windows Phone

    9. Blackberry