On 22 March 2013, the amendment to the Telecommunications Act enforcing the EU
No. 2009/136/EC in Poland came into force.
For web pages, this generally means that they must make their users aware of what cookies are
and how cookies may be disabled.
Cookies are small files used to store very small information.
For example, cookies help to count how many times a given web page was visited or to maintain a session logged in the customer's panel. Cookies are created by a web server at the customer's side.
Cookies have been used for many years on 99% of web pages.
Based on the amendment to the Telecommunications Act, companies having web pages must inform users that the page produces cookies, which may be disabled in the web browser.
Detailed information about cookies may be obtained under the help menu of your web browser
or on http://www.aboutcookies.org.
The purpose of cookies generated by our virtual bureau's web page has never been to cause any damage to your computer.