FKA’s Privacy Policy

FKA Furtek Komosa Aleksandrowicz sp. k. with its registered office in Warsaw, at ul. Królewska 16, 00-103 Warszawa (hereinafter “FKA”) respects the privacy of users of the website www.fka.pl.

As FKA may amend the Privacy Policy, we recommend that you read the contents of the Privacy Policy from time to time. Any questions regarding the Privacy Policy and processing the personal data of users of the website www.fka.pl by FKA should be sent to kontakt@fka.pl

Personal data

The data controller is FKA. FKA collects personal data of users for the purpose of its activity as well as for contact with users. The obtained data is used only within the necessary scope, including statistical purposes, and will not be made available to any third parties. THe personal data of subscribers to the FKA newsletter may be made available to entities that FKA uses to deliver its newsletter to subscribers, within the scope necessary for the purposes of the subscription.    

Providing personal data is voluntary, but necessary in order to receive a reply to a query or with regard to the subscription service. Users have the right to access, correct and delete their personal data.

Cookies

The fka.pl website uses cookies for statistical purposes and to ensure full functionality of the website service. Using our website is deemed to be consent to the use of cookies. However, you can deny consent to use cookies by ticking the relevant box in the pop-up window. You may also switch on a cookie blocker on your browser. Detailed options of browsers can be found on their websites.

The fka.pl website uses the following cookies, including Google Analytics files.

  • Drupal.tableDrag.showWeight - This file stores user interface elements in the Drupal system during one session.
  • Drupal.toolbar.collapsed - This file stores user interface elements in the Drupal system during one session.
  • ctools-collapsible-state - This file stores user interface elements in the Drupal system during one session.
  • has_js - This file stores user interface elements in the Drupal system during one session.
  • __utma - The file is saved by the user’s browser during the visit to the website. The file is used to identify users and sessions. 
  • __utmb - The file is saved by the user’s browser during the visit to the website. The file is used for starting and continuing a session on fka.pl and its subpages.
  • __utmc - The file is combined with the __utmb file. The file is used for starting new sessions.
  • __utmz - The file is saved by the user’s browser during the visit to the website. The file is used for storing information on the source used by a given user (e.g. direct, link, search engine etc.).

More information on Google Analytics files can be found at: https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs....