Cookies policy

  1. General information.
    • The service operator for is My Team Polska Holding Sp. z o.o., ul. Stablewskiego 47/4, KRS, NIP: 2090003290, KRS: 0000502993.
    • The service operates to acquire information about users and their behaviour, in the following manner:
      • Through freely completed forms.
      • By placing cookies on the end-user’s equipment.
      • By gathering information about server log-ons from the hosting operator, operating at
  2. Information in forms.
    • The service collects information freely given by users.
    • The service may also store information about the connection (duration, IP address).
    • Information in forms are not made available to third parties without the user’s permission.
    • Information provided in forms may be used to create a list of potential customer, registered by the service operator, on a register managed by the General Inspector for the Protection of Personal Data.
    • Information provided in forms is stored for the purpose resulting from that specific form, e.g. for processing service requests or business contacts.
    • Information provided in forms may be passed on to a technical operator conducting certain services – in particular this concerns passing on information about the owner of a registered domain to the operators of internet domains (above all to the Naukowa i Akademicka Sieć Komputerowa research and development body – NASK) and payment services, or to bodies with whom the Service Operator collaborates in such matters.
  3. Information about cookies.
    • This service uses cookies.
    • Cookies are a form of IT data, text files, which are stored on the end-user’s equipment and aid the use of the service’s pages. Cookies typically contain the names of the internet pages they come from, the length of time they have been stored and a unique number.
    • The body which places cookies on the computer of the end-user of the service as well as accessing them is the service operator.
    • Cookies are used for the following purposes:
      • creating statistics which help understand how users of the service browse the site, enabling their structure and content to be improved;
      • maintaining a user’s session (after log in), thanks to which a user doesn’t have to re-enter log in and password on every visit;
      • defining the user profile so as to show relevant material from advertising networks, in particular the Google network.
    • Two types of cookie are used on the service: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporary files stored on the end user’s computer until the user logs out, leaves the site or closes the program (internet browser). Persistent cookies are stored on the end user’s computer for a specified time set in the cookie settings, or until their removal by the user.
    • Internet browsers usually have a default setting that allows cookies to be stored on an end user’s computer. Service users can change these settings. Internet browsers allow cookies to be removed. Cookies can also be automatically blocked. Detailed information on this can be found in the help section or documentation of your internet browser.
    • Restricting the use of cookies may affect certain functions of the service.
    • Cookies placed on an end user’s computer may also be used by advertisers or partners collaborating with the service.
    • We recommend reading the privacy policies of these firms, to be aware of the principles of using cookies for statistical purposes:
    • Cookies may be used by advertising networks, in particular the Google network, to display adverts matching the manner in which the service is used by the user. To this end, they may retain information about user navigation paths or time spent on a given page.
    • In order to view and edit the information about user preferences collated by the Google advertising network, the following tool can be used:
  4. Server logs.
    • Information about certain user behaviour is logged at server level. This data is used exclusively for administrating the service and to provide the most effective hosting services possible.
    • Viewed item are identified by their URL address. Other information stored may include:
      • time of request,
      • time of response,
      • name of client station – identified by HTTP protocol,
      • information about errors occurring in realising HTTP transaction,
      • the URL address of the previous page visited by the user (referer link) – where the page is arrived at via a link,
      • information about the user’s browser,
      • Information about the IP address.
    • The above data is not identifiable with specific individuals using the site.
    • The above data is used purely for the purposes of server administration.
  5. Providing access to data.
    • Data is made available to third parties exclusively within the limits of the law.
    • Data enabling an individual to be identified is only made available with that person’s permission.
    • The operator may have a duty to provide information gathered by the service to authorised organs on the basis and to the extent of legal demands.
  6. Managing cookies – how to provide and withdraw permission
    • If a user does not want to accept cookies, they can change their browser settings. However, switching off cookies essential for authentication, security and maintaining user preferences can obstruct and in some cases render the use of internet pages impossible.
    • In order to manage your cookie settings, select your internet browser/system from the list below and follow the instructions:
    • Internet Explorer
    • Chrome
    • Safari
    • Firefox
    • Opera
    • Android
    • Safari (iOS)
    • Windows Phone
    • Blackberry