cookies policy

1. What is the purpose of this document?

Using the website may involve the installation of cookie files on the user’s computer.

This document contains basic information about cookies used on the website.

In this document, the following terms are defined thus:

  • The Website –
  • We – WiW Services sp. z o.o. with its registered office in Warsaw at Al. Ujazdowskie 10 (postal code 00-478), KRS number 0000271198, Taxpayer ID number 7010050575
  • Policy – this Cookie Policy
  • You – the user of the Website
  • Use of the Website – loading the Website, browsing the content available on the Website and otherwise interacting with the functionalities of the Website using a web browser

2.  What are cookies and what do they do?

Cookies are small text files that are stored on a website user’s device, such as a computer, smartphone or tablet. Cookies may, for example, store information about your preferences, serve analytical and statistical purposes, or facilitate navigation between websites.

For a detailed description of the purposes for which we use cookies on the Website, please see section 4 below.

3.  What are the rules for the installation of cookies used on the Website?

Cookies that are strictly necessary (‘essential cookies’) for the proper functioning of the Website are always active and are automatically installed on your device. Without these types of cookies, the Website would not function properly and it would not be possible to use it.

Cookies other than those strictly necessary for the operation of the Website (‘optional cookies’) will only be placed on your device with your consent. Your consent is voluntary and is not required to use the Website, but certain features of the Website may be available only if you give your consent and optional cookies are placed on your device.

You may withdraw your consent at any time. Withdrawal of consent does not affect the lawfulness of the installation of cookies prior to the withdrawal of consent.

You can use your browser settings to manage cookies. By changing your browser settings, you can delete or block cookies at your discretion, including the types of cookies that are essential to the proper functioning of the Website. Please note, however, that restricting or blocking certain cookies through your browser settings may limit the functionality of the Website or prevent it from functioning properly.

To learn how to manage cookies in the most popular browsers, please visit:

Google Chrome
Apple Safari
Microsoft Edge
Mozilla Firefox

4.  What types of cookie files are used on the Website?

Cookie files used on the Website can be divided into the following categories:

(a)   Essential - without the installation of these cookies on the User's device, the proper functioning of the Website and its use will not be possible;

(b)   Optional - i.e. cookie files, without the installation of which the Website will work properly, but:

  • Certain additional features that enhance or facilitate your use of the Website will not be available (e.g. personalisation of settings).
  • We will not be able to perform certain analytical activities that help us develop the Website, test new features or identify the Website user preferences.

The cookie files we use on the Website can also be divided into ‘session cookies’ and ‘permanent cookies’.

Session cookies are stored on your device only for the duration of your browser session and are automatically deleted when you close your browser.

Persistent cookies are stored on your device for a limited period of time, after which they are automatically deleted.

Basic information about the cookie files used on the Website is set out in the table below.

Cookie file name

Period of storage on user’s device


Function / purpose /  operating mode

Consequences of refusing to install a cookie file



3 months


A cookie file generated by PHP-based applications. This is a general purpose identifier used to handle user session variables. Usually a randomly generated number, the way it is used can be site-specific, but a good example is maintaining the user's login status between pages.

No Website use


3 months


Cookies used to store user session information.


No Website use


5 months


Cookies ensuring that requests sent as part of a browsing session come from the user and not from other sites

No Website use


1 year


Cookies used to remember user preferences and other information such as preferred language

If you choose not to give your consent, we will not remember your preferences in relation to your use of the Website


5.  Changes to this policy

This policy may change from time to time, particularly if the operation of the Website changes (e.g. new features are introduced) or if legislation changes. Please see below for the date this policy was last updated.

Last updated: 29 April 2024.