Cookies

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Cookies Policy
This policy applies to cookies and refers to the site www.athletes.zone, owned by Induro LCC registered in Warsaw (Poland). Using site www.athletes.zone you agree to save and read cookie files listed below.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files stored by Internet service to end-user device (computer, mobile device) via the browser. These files are read or modified during subsequent visits and may contain basic information about the user's individual settings, appearance or operation of the site or any other data useful for site creators to create better service.
Cookies used by www.athletes.zone
Permanent/Constant
Files used to modify the appearance or operation of the site based on earlier choices or actions. They remain on user’s device until expiration or removal by the service or user. Lack of these files does not significantly affect the operation of the service.
Sessional
Files containing a string of characters that identifies a set of data stored in the service (the session). The session is used by the user authentication system, code picture verification system (CAPTCHA) and many other mechanisms to improve the operation of the website. They remain on user’s device until log out of the site or browser closure. Lack of these files prevents proper operation of the site.
Cookie files are stored in www.athletes.zone domain and does not contain personal data.
Third party cookie files
Analytic
Google Analytics - a free web tool from Google Inc., that allows anonymous collection of information in order to better understand how to use the service, the user's preferences, trends. See how to opt out.
Advertising
Files stored by companies implementing advertising campaigns on behalf of advertisers, allowing the reduction of the number of ad campaign impressions, delivering ads corresponding to the user's interests and measuring the effectiveness of advertising campaigns.
Social
Files saved when sharing content on social networking sites (Facebook, Twitter, Google+), log on to the site using a social networking site (Facebook), watching videos (YouTube).
Cookie files management
Each browser to a greater or lesser extent (eg mobile devices) offers the ability to view, delete, and reduce and control cookie files acceptance. Each user should read the help or privacy settings / security in the browser that is using.
Removal of the current cookie files, mac cause need to re-execute some activities on the site, and blockade of the adoption of certain files may prevent the use of certain functions of the service.
Instructions for the most popular web browsers, how to change the cookies storage settings:
Google Chrome
The default settings for Google Chrome allow cookies storage. To change the settings:
  • click on the "Google Chrome Settings" and choose "Settings",
  • click on the "Show advanced settings" at the bottom of the page
  • select "Content Settings" at "Privacy" tab,
  • select the desired setting,
  • to enter special settings for each site, click on "Manage Exceptions" and choose your own settings for site,
  • to confirm the changes, click the "Done" button.
Microsoft Internet Explorer
The default settings of Microsoft Internet Explorer allow cookies storage, but block files that may come from sites which do not use privacy policy. To change the settings:
  • click on the "Tools" menu and select "Internet Options",
  • select the "Privacy" tab,
  • use the slider to specify the desired level settings (the highest block cookies completely, the lowest allows you to store all cookies),
or
  • click the "Advanced" button and select the desired settings yourself,
  • to enter special settings for that service, please click on the "Sites" and - choose your own settings for sites,
  • confirm the changes by clicking "OK".
Mozilla Firefox
The default settings of Mozilla Firefox allow cookies storage. To change the settings:
  • click on the "Tools" menu (in other versions, click the "Firefox") and select "Options",
  • then select the "Privacy" tab and select the desired setting,
  • to enter special settings for that service, please click on the "Exceptions" and choose your own settings for sites,
  • confirm the changes by clicking "OK".
Opera
The default settings allow the Opera browser to store cookies. To change the settings:
  • click on "Preferences", select "Advanced" and then "Cookies",
  • select the desired setting,
  • to enter special settings for your site, go to the desired web page, click on the right mouse button, select "Preferences for sites" and go to the "Cookies" and then enter the desired setting,
  • confirm the changes by clicking "OK".
Safari
The default settings allow Safari to store cookies. To change the settings:
  • in the "Safari" menu select "Preferences",
  • click the "Privacy",
  • select the desired setting,
  • to enter special settings for that service, please click on the "Details" and choose your own settings for sites.
Cookie files in Adobe Flash Player
Adobe Flash Player is used to allow you to access multimedia data (mp3 podcasts, videos, other data), streaming media ("live" broadcasts), programs such as Internet games (in which you can play in your browser web), and to provide you with advertising. The software Adobe Flash Player also uses cookies. Access to them is possible through the mechanism on the Adobe website.
Cookie files in browsers of mobile devices
Description of settings is available on the websites of manufacturers of the most popular mobile systems:
Mobile systems offer a variety of web browsers. For details on the settings for cookies you can get to the settings menu of your browser.