Cookie policy

This Policy concerns cookies and applies to the website of Share Home Silesia sp. z o.o., ul. Konduktorska 33, 40-155 Katowice.

What are cookies?

Cookies in the general sense are IT data, mainly text files, stored on the users’ terminal equipment (computer, laptop, tablet, smartphone, etc.). They allow us to recognise your device and to adapt the website to your individual preferences on this basis. Cookies contain the name of the originating website, the time they are stored on your device and a unique identifier.

Cookies – what do we use them for?

Cookies are used to adapt the content of the website to the user’s preferences and to optimise the website (e.g. in terms of the system and browser used) in order to ensure correct functioning of the website. Anonymous statistics are also created thanks to cookies.

The types of cookies we use.

We have two types of cookies:

Permanent – the files remain on the user’s device for a specified period of time, which is set in the parameters of the cookies or until the user manually deletes them.

Session files – these are temporary files, remaining on the user’s device for the duration of their stay on the website or switching off the software displaying the content of the website (e.g. web browser).

Third party cookies.

With regard to legitimate interests, our website uses third-party cookies, which allow me to collect general and anonymous statistics and to analyse them.

Google Analytics – The administrator of these cookies is Google Inc with headquarters in the United States.

Facebook Pixel – The administrator of these cookies is Facebook Inc. with headquarters in the USA.

Personal data and cookies.

Cookies stored on our website do not collect personal data.

Deleting cookies.

The placement of cookies on your device is enabled by default in your web browsing software. These settings can be changed so that cookies are blocked or that information about their use appears each time they are sent to a user’s device. Detailed information on how cookies are handled can be found in the settings of your web browser software. These settings include a function that allows you to delete cookies at any time.

Restricting or completely disabling the use of cookies may prevent you from accessing certain functionalities on the website or completely prevent you from browsing the website.