1.1 When you enter your data in information request, we may collect the following categories of information:
1.1.1 your name, last name and contact details; for example, your address, postal code, country, telephone numbers and/or e-mail address; and
1.1.2. the above information (either on its own or in combination with other information we hold about you) may allow us to identify you as an individual.
This type of personal information is called "personal data
1.2.1. When you subscribe to our newsletter in the scope of our online offer. In this case, Unicorn Legal Polis LTD uses so-called Double Opt-In procedure, e.g. we will first send you a newsletter per e-mail when you have explicitly confirmed the activation of the newsletter service by clicking a link in a notification.
1.3 This information will be collected primarily from you but we may also collect it, where lawful to do so, from and combine it with information which we may already hold about you, from public sources, third party service providers, government, tax and/or law enforcement agencies, and other third parties. We may also collect personal data about you from your use of our other Group company services.
Cookies is a small piece of data sent from a website to the user's computer and then stored by the user's web browser on the user's computer while the users browsers the website.
1.4.1. Management of cookies and types of Cookies
The types or categories of Cookies our website uses is the following:
§ absolutely necessary cookies;
§ functionality cookies;
§ performance and analytical cookies;
§ third party cookies;
§ social network cookies;
Absolutely necessary cookies
Our website uses absolutely necessary cookies which does not require your consent. This type of cookies can not be de-activated via the "Privacy settings" on the website, however, you can switch them off in your browser whenever you want. Please, bear in mind that de-activation absolutely necessary cookies may affect the website functionality.
Third party cookies
The third party may provide content on various sections of our website. This type of cookies is called "Third party cookies". To provide content the vendors or third party must also comply with applicable data protection and privacy legislation. Furthermore, we work with third parties to ensure that only necessary information is provided which you have chosen.
Cookies on functionality are used identify your preferences and customize the website upon them. For these purposes we may collect the following information:
topics or rubrics opened
Analytical and performance cookies.
Analytical and performance cookies collect information about how you use our website. This type of cookies is to provide the efficiency of the website its usability and user-friendliness. If you disable them we are not able to customize and develop website upon your preferences. For the purposes of performance analyses we collect the following type of information:
actions taken (e.g. PDF downloads clicks, form submissions)
Moreover, by saving such types of cookies as sharing our content on particular social media or transfer from particular social network to our web site we can analyze your preferences and adjust our social media platforms to you.
Social network cookies.
Social network cookies allow you to share your work on social media on your website. We do not control these cookies, however they are crucial for social media integration, statistics and customization. Our website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google Inc.. Google Analytics uses so-called "cookies" allowing you to analyze the usage of your website. The information generated by cookies about the use of the website may be transferred to a Google server from the US and stored there.
More thorough information about Google Analytics and data protection (inter alia management of the information sent or to be sent to Google) you can find at: https://policies.google.com/privacy/partners
We may process some information regarding shares on social media when you make it through the social media tools on our website.
The "cookies" enable the webserver to respond appropriately on your web browser repeated requests an access because your web browser contains data linking the latter with the webserver. Cookies are to provide user-friendly services because they store previous users' preferences.
1.4.3. You can customize cookies, delete or refuse all cookies at any time in the settings of your browser. You can find the relevant information in the help functions of your browser. However, this can also lead to the fact that you will no longer be able to access certain functions.
For more information regarding the Cookies management please refer the settings of the browsers:
Cookies on the Edge - Edge
Cookies settings in Opera - Opera
Cookie settings in Safari - Safari
Cookie settings in Firefox - Firefox
Cookies in Chrome - Chrome
Cookie settings in Internet Explorer
1.4.4. Cookies' life.
The cookies are stored depending the webserver setting, therefore, their storing period may vary. The cookies may be stored either for session period or permamently. However, you can easily delete cookies in the web browser setting.
1.5. When you use the Internet, specific information will be automatically transmitted from your Internet browser and stored by us in so-called log files (Logging).
The log files are saved for malfunctions' identification and for safety reasons for a short period time. If a further retention of log files is required for evidence purposes, these logs will be exempted from deletion until the incident investigation completion.
The following data, may be stored in the log files of the source of access:
§ IP address (Internet protocol address) of the end device which was the tool to online access;
§ Operating system and information on the Internet browser used, including add-ons (e.g. for the flash player);
§ Volume of transferred data;
§ Internet address of the website (or URL);
§ Name of the service provider;
§ Name of the retrieved files or information;
§ Date, time and duration of the access
§ http status code.