Version binding at Benefit Systems S.A. as of July 1, 2020
Below you will find information about the cookies we use, the Local Storage technology, and also additional important information on how the Websites operate, including information on web push notifications.
What are cookies and what do we use them for?
Cookies are text files which are stored on your terminal equipment (computer, laptop, smartphone, etc.) via your browser. When you visit the Websites, your browser sends this file and this enables us to recognise it during each visit. Cookies are necessary to enable the user to navigate the Websites and use their resources. In addition, by collecting information on how users use the Websites, cookies ensure the proper operation of the Websites and improve their performance, allowing the required information to be found more quickly. Some cookies are also used to obtain information for analytical and statistical purposes, as well as for marketing purposes.
Cookies have their validity period, after the expiry of which they are disabled.
What types of cookies do we use?
Session cookies are temporary files which are stored from the moment you access the Website but only until you close your browsing session or until you close the browser itself.
These are cookies which make it easier to use the Websites, and they are stored for an extended period of time. The Websites store cookies with information about:
The www.kartamultisport.pl website additionally uses a cookie to store information about:
These are files which originate from external websites that cooperate with our Websites. Our Websites use certain files collecting data for the purposes of analyses and statistics, with respect to how you use Websites, and marketing cookies. These cookies are saved at the beginning of your visit on our Website (if your browser settings allow accepting cookies from our Website).
For this purpose, we use tools which help us understand the needs of users of our Websites:
These files are responsible for displaying ads which are tailored to your preferences. Both our cookies and third-party cookies (e.g. from Google Adwords) are used to conduct marketing campaigns and remarketing campaigns that reach you with our marketing messages if you have visited our Websites before. These cookies remember that you have visited our Websites and also your activities on our Websites. The information collected in this manner is passed on to third-party suppliers.
Managing analytical cookies
You can opt out of the anonymous recording of your activities on websites in analytical cookies. The privacy policies of our service providers and information on how to opt out of their cookies can be found at the following addresses:
Are cookies dangerous?
No, since cookies are not computer programs and cannot be used as code. They do not spread viruses and each user can manage the cookies stored on his or her terminal device. Moreover, cookies only store data snippets which do not allow the user to be fully identified.
As cookies are also used to remember your cookie preferences, you should be aware of the consequences of changing the relevant settings, including without limitation:
For detailed information on how to manage cookie settings, we recommend that you follow the instructions for the web browser you are using:
For mobile devices:
Additional important information concerning Website operation:
The Websites also use a technology called Local Storage. Local Storage is a location where information is stored in your browser. In this location, we save the information about the MultiSport cards you have selected so that you do not have to re-select them when you visit next time.
We also store your searches in Local Storage so that when you re-enter them, they will appear in prompts and thus your search will be faster.
Local Storage stores data indefinitely until you restore default settings or make manual changes to your browser cache. You will find the relevant instructions on the help page of the browser you are using.
Web push notifications:
What are web push notifications?
Web push notifications are short messages which appear on your device’s screen.
For us, they are a marketing tool which supports our communication with you. For you, they are a source of information on our services, including news, facilities and seasonal activities, campaigns, competitions or events.
How can I turn them on?
We need your consent to send you web push notifications. When you visit Website, we will ask you whether you want to receive notifications from us. We will also ask you to read the information presented here. If you are interested, click “Zgadzam się”/“I agree”, which will allow us to send you content which may interest you even after you have left our website.
How can I opt out of notifications?
You can withdraw your consent and thereby opt out of receiving notifications at any time. Withdrawal of the consent shall not affect the lawfulness of our activities based on consent before its withdrawal. In order to do this, you just need to change the settings of your web browser. You can do this e.g. as follows:
Go to Browser settings > Advanced > Content settings > Notifications. In the browser address bar, the following address will be displayed: chrome://settings/content/notifications. The list will include all websites on which you agreed to push notifications. If you want to unsubscribe, just select Remove from the menu.
Under Options > Privacy and security, there will be the Permissions > Notifications section. In the list, find the pages whose notifications you want to unsubscribe, and then select Block.
After entering Chrome, click More > Settings > Notifications to the right of the address bar. In the list, find the pages whose notifications you want to unsubscribe, and then untick them.
Google Tag Manager
Our websites use Google Tag Manager. This service enables the administration of website tags via an interface. Google Tag Manager only implements tags. This means that no cookies are set and no personal data are collected. Google Tag Manager activates other tags, which in turn may collect data as needed. However, Google Tag Manager does not gain access to these data. Any deactivation on the domain or cookie level remains in effect for all tracking tags if they are implemented in Google Tag Manager.