This policy applies to the cookies sued by the meddim.pl web site. By using meddim.pl, you consent to the following cookies being saved and accessed.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are stored by a web service on a user's device (computer, mobile phone, tablet, etc.) via their web browser. These files are read or modified during subsequent visits, and may contain basic user information, individual appearance settings or site functionality options, or any other data that the site's creators use to a better service.
Cookies used by meddim.pl
Persistent cookies are files used to modify the appearance or operation of the site based on your previous selections or actions. They remain remain on the user's device until their expiration or deletion by the service or user. The lack of these files does not significantly affect the functioning of the site.
Session cookies are files containing a string of characters that identifies a set of data stored on the website’s side (called a session). Session cookies are used by the user login/authentication systems, CAPTCHA code system, and many other mechanisms to that improve the operation of the site. These files remain on your device until you log out of the site or close your browser. The lack of these files prevents proper functioning of the site.
Third-party cookies policy
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Files saved when sharing content on social networking sites (Facebook, Twitter, Google+), when logging in to the site using social network details (Facebook) and watching movies (YouTube).
Deleting existing cookies may result in the need to perform certain actions on the site again, and locking certain files may prevent you from using certain features of the site.
Instructions for the most popular web browsers on how to change your cookie storage settings:
Chrome allows cookies to be stored by default. To change this:
Click the ‘Settings’ menu in Chrome and select ‘Settings’
Click ‘Advanced’ at the bottom of the page,
Select ‘Content Settings’ under ‘Privacy and security’.
Select your desired settings,
To make special settings for a particular site, click ‘Cookies’ under the ‘Content Settings’ menu and choose your own settings for individual sites.
Chrome’s settings are saved automatically.
Microsoft Internet Explorer
Click on the ‘Tools’ menu and select ‘Internet Options’,
Select the ‘Privacy’ tab,
Use the slider to set the desired settings level (the highest blocks cookie completely, the lowest allows all cookies to be stored).
Click the ‘Advanced’ button and select the desired settings yourself,
To enter special settings for a particular site, click ‘Sites’ then choose your own settings for individual sites. Confirm your changes with the ‘OK’ button.
The Firefox browser’s default settings allow cookies to be stored. To change this:
Click on the ‘Tools’ menu (or the ‘Firefox’ button, if your version has it) and select ‘Options’.
Then select the ‘Privacy’ tab and make the desired changes.
To make special settings for a particular site, click on ‘Exceptions’ and choose your own settings for individual sites.
Confirm the changes with the ‘OK’ button.
Opera’s default browser settings allow cookies to be stored. To change these settings:
Click ‘Preferences’, select ‘Advanced’, then ‘Cookies’,
Make your changes.
To enter special settings for a particular site, go to the site, right-click it, select ‘Site Preferences’, go to the ‘Cookies’ tab then enter your desired settings.
Confirm your changes with the ‘OK’ button.
Safari’s default settings allow cookies to be stored. To change these settings:
In the ‘Safari’ menu, select ‘Preferences’,
Click the ‘Privacy’ icon,
Make the desired changes. To enter special settings for a particular site, click on ‘Details’ then choose your own settings for the site.
Cookies in Adobe Flash Player
Cookies in mobile devices
A description of the Cookie settings for your phone or tablet is available on the websites of the most popular mobile manufacturers:
Windows Phone devices
There are many different web browsers available for mobile systems. For detailed information on their cookies settings, see the settings in your mobile device’s own web browser.
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