Privacy Policy

Data processed through Google Analytics

When using the Website, through Google Analytics and with the consent of the user, data is collected on the number of active users, video streams viewed on the Website, data on the device (operating system, manufacturer, model), number of sessions, duration of sessions and geographical area. This data is collected in a manner that does not allow direct identification of the user / user.

Purpose of Processing

We use this information to help us understand how users use the Website. For example, it helps us to see the segments of which the users of the Website belong. Legal basis of the processing – the processing of your data takes place based on the consent given through the consent management panel, active panel on the first access to the Website (or which can be returned from the dedicated section, section available in the Website footer )

Recipients of data

for the purposes of the above processing, data processed through Google Analytics is transferred to Google. According to the selection in the administration account and according to the Google Analytics Privacy Policy, policies according to which, for entities in the European Union, entities that use this service, the data will be processed only in the European Union or EEA. In the event that storage or processing involves the transfer of data outside the European Union or the EEA, Google will ensure that Google LLC complies with the legal framework that provides a level of protection equivalent to European Union law, and the data transfer will be based on a agreement, in accordance with the standard contractual terms adopted at the level of the European Commission, or on the basis of other guarantees recognized by law (https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32016R0679&from=EN). How long we process the data – the data processed through Google Analytics is processed for 26 months according to the standard term implemented by Google, after which it is anonymized and kept in the form of statistical data.

Data processed through Google Doubleclick for Publishers (Google DFP)

There are various spaces in the Website where advertising material is displayed. DFP is a platform through which potential advertising customers can bid in real time for the display of advertising material in the dedicated space of the Website. To achieve this flow, Google transmits a series of data to potential bidders through the real-time bidding feature so that they can decide whether they want to run ads to users and, if so, which ads are to run.

The types of information distributed (data processed) to potential bidders are:

  • url address (page address);
  • the category to which the page belongs (for example, music news) and the language in which the page content is written;
  • the type of browser and device used to access the page;
  • screen size (resolution) of the device;
  • the approximate geographical position (at regional level – the exact location is not distributed), which potential bidders can use for purposes such as determining the approximate geography of users for themselves and as a sign of protection against advertising fraud;
  • pseudonymous version of the IP address;
  • the pseudonymous cookie identifier, which is unique to the potential bidder and helps a bidder who has his or her own cookie in the user’s browser to access any other information he or she has associated with that cookie (e.g. based on that cookie, the provider may know that the user is a woman interested in a particular sport). How potential bidders use this information is limited by Google’s rules, and you can learn more about this at https://www.google.com/doubleclick/adxbuyer/guidelines.html.

A history of displayed ad material is retained by Google, separately for logged in and offline users. The history includes the request to access the page, the IP address (as described above), browser type, browser language, material display date and time, cookie identifier (as described above). IP addresses are pseudonymized and anonymized by Google in two stages: partially, after 9 months, and total, after 18 months.

 

Cookie identifiers and / or ad identifiers are also used to detect and prevent fraud in the field of advertising materials and to ensure that users do not see materials / ads that they have blocked in the past. For such situations, the data is kept for a longer period of time. Purpose of Processing – We use Google DFP to deliver advertising material more efficiently, tailored to users’ interests. In some cases, Google may also use this data for related purposes (https://support.google.com/dfp_premium/answer/7670381). Basis of processing. Processing for the display of advertising materials according to the interests of users is carried out on the basis of their consent, consent given through the consent management panel, active panel at the first access to the Website (or which can be returned from the dedicated section, section available in the Website footer). For clarity, in the event that you choose to display advertising materials based on your interests, you will be served by Google DFP through such materials – for example, if you searched for referrals on certain (third-party) shopping websites about certain devices. If you opt for advertising materials based on your (targeted) interests, the materials displayed when you access the Website may relate to those devices that you searched for. If you do not choose to display personalized advertising material, the selection (option) does not mean that the advertising material is not displayed, and advertising material is still displayed without a link to your preferences (preferences inferred from your search and / or internet interaction history).

Recipients of data

For the purposes described above, data processed through Google DFP is transferred to Google Inc. in the United States. For these processing, Google acts as an independent operator (separate from us). The transfer of data will be carried out on the basis of an agreement, in accordance with the standard contractual clauses adopted by the European Commission, or on the basis of other guarantees recognized by law (https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?Uri=CELEX:32016R0679&from=EN). How long we store the data – the data is processed until the date the cookies expire or you delete them (find details in the section dedicated to cookies), or until the date when you stop the possibility of personalizing the advertisement in Google Ads Settings – https: // support.google.com/ads/answer/2662856?hl=en.

IP address and logging

Your IP address is used to collect demographic information to track the general viewports (how many pages you view while you are on a single site, downloads, etc.). The IP address that is associated with your search will NOT be recorded or shared. In order to prevent the unpleasant possibility that anything you ever search for online could be traced back to you via your IP-address, we do not record or share the IP address of any of our visitors.

Third party advertising

We allow third-party companies to serve ads and / or collect certain anonymous information when visiting our website. These companies may use non-personally identifiable information (for example, click flow information, browser type, time and date, clicked or scrolled ads) during your visits to this site and other sites web sites to provide advertisements for goods and services to be of more interest to you. These companies typically use a cookie or a web beacon to collect this information.

Cookies

zadarmogry.pl does not use tracking or identifying cookies. PreferencesCookies are small pieces of data that are sent and saved to your computer’s hard drive when visiting sites. StartPage uses only one anonymous cookie called “preferences”. This cookie is to remember the search preferences you saved for your next visit. It expires after not visiting StartPage for 30 days.

You can choose to accept or refuse cookies by changing the settings of your browser. It should be noted, however, that your zadarmogry.pl preferences will not work properly if your cookies are turned off. It is possible to accept cookies from selected sites only.

You can periodically delete cookies from your computer’s hard drive, clearing out all historical data that may have been saved from your previous web surfing. If you delete cookies and return to a website, there is no cookie to recognize you by.

Liability

zadarmogry.pl’s policy is to respond quickly to complaints about intellectual property rights violations. Upon receipt of the notification under any organization or related rights owner, zadarmogry.pl will immediately disable and remove the relevant games.

External links

Our Websites may contain links to other websites, zadarmogry.pl is not responsible for the privacy practices of these third-party websites.