Apilogic.pro Privacy Policy

1. General information.

  1. Inteca sp. z o.o. is the operator of apilogic.pro service.

The service performs the functions of acquiring information about users and their behaviour as follows:
– through information voluntarily entered into forms.
– through the cookie files (or so-called “cookies”) saved on end users’ devices.
– through web server logs gathered by the hosting operator.

2. Information entered into forms.

The service collects information provided voluntarily by the user.

The service can also save information about connection parameters (timestamp, IP address).

All information entered into forms are not disclosed to any third parties without the user’s explicit consent.

The information entered into forms may constitute a database of potential customers, registered by the Service Operator in a register maintained by the Inspector General for Personal Data Protection (GIODO).

The information entered into forms are processed for the purposes pertaining to the function of a given form, e.g. processing a service request or trade inquiry.

The information entered into forms may be disclosed to entities that perform certain services – in particular, the transfer of information about the registered domain holder to Internet domain operators (primarily the NASK – Scientific and Academic Computer Network), payment service providers or other entities, with whom the Service Operator cooperates.

3. Information regarding cookie files.

The service uses cookie files.

Cookie files, also known as “cookies” are computer data, text files in particular, which are stored on the end User’s device and are intended for use on the Service’s web sites. Cookies usually include the name of the originating web site, their retention time on the end device, and a unique number.

Cookies are placed on the end User’s device and accessed by the Service operator.

Cookie files are used for the following purposes:
– Creating statistics in order to help us understand how the End Users use our website in order to improve their structure and content;
– Maintaining the User’s session (after logging in), thanks to which the User does not have to re-enter their login and password on each page of the Service;
– Profiling the users in order to provide them with tailored content on ad networks, in particular the Google Network.

Two basic types of cookies are used within the service: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporary files which are stored on the end User’s device until logging out, leaving the page or closing the software (web browser). Persistent cookies are stored on end User’s device for the time specified in the parameters of the cookie files or until removed manually by the User.

The software used for browsing web pages (web browser) usually allows for storing cookie files in the end user’s device by default. The Users of the Service may change the settings regarding the retention of cookie files. A web browser allows for deleting cookie files from the device. Automatic cookie blocking is also possible using a browser. You can find detailed help regarding this subject in the help files or documentation of your web browser.

Limitations regarding the use of cookie files may impact the functionalities of the Service.

Cookie files stored in the Service User’s device may also be used by advertisers and partners who cooperate with the Service Operator.

We recommend reading the privacy policy of these companies in order to learn more about the rules of using cookie files for statistics: Google Privacy Policy.

Cookie files may be used by advertising networks, in particular by Google network, in order to display advertisements tailored to the way you use the Service. In order to do so, they may keep track of user’s navigation path or the time spend on a given site.

The information on user preferences collected by the Google advertising network using cookies can be viewed and edited using the following tool:

4. Server logs.

Information about some user behaviour is logged on the server layer. This data is used solely for the purpose of administering the service and to ensure the most efficient operation of the hosting services provided.

The viewed assets are identified by their respective URL addresses. In addition, the following information may be logged:
– Query time;
– Response time;
– Client station name – identification takes place via HTTP protocol;
– Information about the errors that occurred during the HTTP transaction;
– The URL of the page previously visited by the user (referrer link) – in the case when the user got to the service via a link;
– User browser information;
– IP address information.

The above data is not associated with specific people browsing the site

The above data is only used for server administration purposes.

5. Data disclosure.

Data are only disclosed to external parties within the limits allowed by the relevant laws and regulations.

All data that enable identification of a natural person are disclosed only with a valid consent of said person.

The operator may be obliged to disclose information collected by the Service to authorised bodies on the basis of lawful requests to the extent specified in the request.

6. Managing cookie files – how to give and retract your consent in practice?

If a user does not want to receive and store cookie files, they should change their browser settings. We would like to point out that turning off cookie files required for authentication and security processes, as well as storing user’s preferences on the website may may make it difficult or impossible to use the service.

In order to manage cookie settings in your browser, follow the instructions for your browser.