Our website uses cookie technology. We may also use other similar technologies such as e.g. tracking pixels, beacons, for our analytical and marketing purposes. We point out that these tools process anonymised personal data (they do not enable us to identify you and are not intended to serve this purpose), but due to doubts about their legal status they may be considered personal data.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are installed on your device when you browse our website. Cookies collect information that makes it easier for you to use the website – for example, by remembering your visits to the website and your actions such as choosing the language version of the website.
Some of these cookies come directly from our website and are used upon re-entry (first-party cookies, our own), others come from other parties whose services we use (third-party cookies, external).
The third-party services are described below.
As far as optional cookies are concerned, their use is subject to your consent to the respective group of cookies – the groups have been created by reference to the purpose of the cookies.
A distinction can be made between cookies:
- Functional – to help perform certain functions, such as sharing website content on social media platforms, collecting feedback and other third-party functions.
- Performance – used to understand and analyse the key performance indicators of the website, helping to ensure that the website performs better for the user.
- Analytics – used to understand how visitors interact with the website.
These cookies help provide information on visitor metrics, rejection rates, source of traffic, etc.
- Advertising – used to deliver relevant advertising and marketing campaigns to visitors.
These cookies track visitors across sites and collect information to deliver tailored advertising.
- Essential – are absolutely necessary for the proper functioning of the website. These cookies ensure the anonymous operation of the site’s basic functions and security features and do not require your consent for their use.
Data processed using the above cookies is processed for a period of 1 year.
In fulfilling our obligations in relation to the use of technologies to collect data from our website, we also inform you: that:
- each user of our website has the option to disable the collection and use of information collected through marketing cookies through the privacy settings provided to users on our websites and within the settings of the browsers the user is using;
- users also have the option to use mechanisms to select their preferences for receiving profiled marketing content online available at: http://www.aboutads.info/choices oraz http://www.youronlinechoices.eu.
MILBOR currently uses the following marketing cookies and technologies from third parties for the primary purpose of collecting information about the website and your activity within it:
- Facebook Pixel – the Facebook Pixel tool provided by Meta Platforms Ireland Limited (formerly Facebook Ireland Limited), which may transfer the personal data of its users to the United States of America, based on the legal mechanisms provided by applicable law.
The transfer of data in some cases may also be based on the consent that we collect within our websites.
Please note that data protection law in the United States of America differs from European legislation and may not provide the same rights as those provided by Polish law, and in some cases may also involve the possibility of access to your data by authorities and services of a third country.
The tool uses a piece of code embedded in the website to measure, optimise and group audiences for advertising campaigns on Facebook.
The tool collects basic information stored in a cookie and information about the website and your activity.
The operation of this tool enables us to run more effective advertising campaigns and deliver content that is of genuine interest to you.
MILBOR complies with the current Facebook Business Tools Terms and Conditions, including the agreement on the rules for the co-management of personal data.
In order to comply with our obligation under data protection law, we would like to inform you that, with regard to the processing of information collected via the Facebook Pixel tool:
- MILBOR and Meta Platforms Ireland Limited (formerly: Facebook Ireland Limited, hereafter referred to as Facebook), with registered office at 4 Grand Canal Square, Grand Canal Harbour, Dublin 2, Ireland act as joint controllers (entities jointly deciding on the purposes and means of processing personal data).
- MILBOR and Facebook are responsible for providing an adequate basis for the processing of personal data related to the collection of information through the Facebook Pixel. Accordingly, on the websites, MILBOR provides users with the opportunity to voluntarily consent to the collection and use of their data for marketing purposes, in particular for marketing campaigns on Facebook. Facebook provides an appropriate legal basis relating to the possibility of using the personal data of portal users for MILBOR’s marketing activities. At the same time, we would like to point out that we exclusively provide tools on our website which are fully managed and controlled by Facebook. We therefore have influence over the collection and transfer of data to Facebook. We are responsible to the users of the website for the correct functioning of the mechanisms for obtaining and withdrawing consents for the use of information collected via the Facebook Pixel tool. Upon receipt of the data collected via Facebook Pixel, Facebook is independently responsible for the rights set out in Articles 15 – 20 GDPR towards users of its social network.
- Therefore, we point out that you will find information related to the principles of Facebook’s processing of personal data, the determination of the legal basis for such processing and the ways in which Facebook may exercise your rights, including information on Facebook’s relevant contact forms, in the Data Policy available at:https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy.
- Both MILBOR and Facebook provide you with the opportunity to exercise your right to object. In the event of a request relating to an objection to the processing of personal data, MILBOR and Facebook will take appropriate action relating to the further processing of their users’ data.
- MILBOR is responsible for the appropriate implementation and configuration of the Facebook Pixel tool. Facebook remains responsible for ensuring the security of the service offered to us and the personal data processed within the Facebook Pixel.
- MILBOR and Facebook remain responsible for responding appropriately to all identified data protection violations. MILBOR’s responsibility in connection with the use of the Facebook Pixel service refers to all cases related to the provision of a properly implemented and configured tool to users. Facebook shall be liable for all data protection violations having to do with the processing operations carried out as part of the marketing service provided to us.
- LinkedIn Insight Tag – the tool is a short code in Java Script technology that handles conversion tracking, site audience groups and site demographics for advertising campaigns on LinkedIn.
The operation of this tool enables us to run more effective advertising campaigns and provide you with content that is of real interest to you. The LinkedIn Insight Tag tool is provided and operated by LinkedIn Ireland Unlimited Company.
You can find out more about the processing rules with LinkedIn’s processing of your personal data here:
- Google Ads – a tool that is one of the components of Google’s advertising system, allowing sponsored links to be displayed in Google’s search results and on the websites of Google’s affiliates.
The Google Ads tool is provided and operated by Google Ireland Limited.
Google Analytics – Google Analytics is a Google tool provided by Google LLC which automatically collects information about the use of the website. The information collected in this way is mostly transmitted to Google servers. They may be located worldwide and are stored there. We point out that this data does not allow us to uniquely identify you and is not processed for this purpose.
YouTube (widgets) – a tool provided by Google LLC which causes videos to be embedded on the website in a privacy-protected mode, meaning that cookies are not saved on your device and Google does not collect any information about you until the video is played.