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Chatwee Services – Cookies Policy

This Privacy statement ("Privacy Policy") outlines the types of personal information we gather when you use the www.chatwee.com ("Chatwee", "Services") and all associated services provided in connection with Chatwee sp. z o.o. (LLC) as the administrator and operator of the Site.

We take privacy matters very seriously and we are committed to protect your privacy. By using the Website and/or the Service (as defined above), you are accepting the conditions of this Privacy Policy and our Terms and Conditions of Use. If you do not agree to the terms of this Privacy Policy, please do not use the Website and/or the Services.

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  1. What are cookies?
  2. Types of cookies
  3. Which cookies does Chatwee.com and the Application use?
  4. How do I manage cookies?
  5. Further information about cookies

What are cookies?

An Internet Cookie is a small snippet of information sent from a web server to a user’s browser, which then stores it.

A cookie is a piece of information in the form of a very small text file that is placed on an internet user's hard drive. It is generated by a web page server, which is basically the computer that operates a web site. The information the cookie contains is set by the server and it can be used by that server whenever the user visits the site. A cookie can be thought of as an internet user's identification card, which tell a web site when the user has returned.

Cookies are small files which are stored on a user's computer. They are designed to hold a modest amount of data specific to a particular client and website, and can be accessed either by the web server or the client computer. This allows the server to deliver a page tailored to a particular user, or the page itself can contain some script which is aware of the data in the cookie and so is able to carry information from one visit to the website (or related site) to the next.

On subsequent access to the same web server this server can then read back this information snippet and use it to “recognize” the user. These are an extension of the “Hypertext Transfer Protocol” (HTTP). This protocol makes surfing possible by allowing the requested web page to be delivered from the relevant server to your computer and then displayed in your browser.

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Types of cookies

First Party Cookies

First Party Cookies are generally used to personalize your experience with a website, whereas, any cookie used by a web site, OTHER THAN, the one you are currently visiting is referred to as a 3rd Party Cookie.

Third Party Cookies

First Party Cookies are generally used to personalize your experience with a website, whereas, any cookie used by a web site, OTHER THAN, the one you are currently visiting is referred to as a 3rd Party Cookie.

Session Cookies

Again they could be Session Cookies or Persistent Cookies. The former are temporary and deleted after you close down your IE, whereas the latter are more permanent in nature and store you sign-in details and passwords.

Persistent Cookies

After a website puts a persistent cookie on your computer it can remember if you have been there before. Generally, you have to manually remove these from your computer.

Flash cookies and Silverlight cookies

Flash cookies and Silverlight cookies are referred to as Browser Independent Cookies. You can Delete Flash Cookies in Windows using Flash Player Settings or Flash Cookie Remover or via Delete Browsing History in Internet Explorer.

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Which cookies does Chatwee.com and the Application use?

The Cookies are used for the functioning of both the Service and the Application.

Cookies are not used to obtain any information about the Clients of the Site or the Application, nor to monitor their navigation.

Cookies do not store any information, in particular any Personal Data collected from Clients.

The Cookies installed on the hard drive of Client's computer do not cause any changes in the computer configuration or software installed on it.

The Site and the Application use Cookies for:

  1. statistical purposes,
  2. improvements to the structure and the content,
  3. storing personalized Client's settings,
  4. storing session ID,
  5. storing User logging-in actions to the Control Panel.

The Web browser used by the Client may store Cookies in Client's end device by default.

The Client is entitled to change the browser settings to define the conditions of Cookies storage, in particular by disabling Cookies support or by alerting each time a Cookie is saved on the hard drive of the Client's unit.

The detailed information about Cookies support is available in the settings of your Client's Web browser.

Any restrictions in Cookies support may cause undesired operation of the different functionalities of the Service or the Application.

Within the Site, the Service Provider uses PHPSESSIONID Cookies. Within the Application, the Service Provider uses following Cookies: chch-NB, chch-TM, chch-OC, chch-UE, chch-UH and JSESSIONID.

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How do I manage cookies?

Depending on what type of computer and browser you are using, there are different steps to clearing your cookies. Most browsers have a “Tools” section where you can find a way to manage your privacy settings and clear cookies:

How to clear browser cookies in Internet Explorer:

On the top menu bar look for Tools >> Internet Options >> Browsing History >> Delete. From there you can choose what you want to remove from you computer. If you are in IE9 and cannot find the menu bar, look for the gear in the top right corner.

How to clear browser cookies in Firefox:

On the top menu bar look for Tools >>Clear Recent History. From there you can choose what you want to remove from you computer.

How to clear browser cookies in Chrome:

In the top right corner look for the wrench icon >> Tools >> Clear Browsing Data. From there you can choose what you want to remove from your computer.

How to clear browser cookies in Safari:

On the top menu bar, look for Safari >> Empty Cache.

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Last Updated: June 13th, 2014

Chatwee Team