Long story short – this is just a regular blog with regular features that you can see and interact with on the Internet since ages. Nothing exciting, nothing new and nothing dangerous. Don’t believe me?
Than read on!
Due to the fact that data interception on the Internet becomes more commonplace, and also due to numerous hacking attempts, the connection with the fw190.info website is encrypted. In order to verify the encryption certificate please click on the green padlock visible in the browser window.
Before starting to use the website we suggest you make sure that the website has loaded properly – you must see the green padlock.
If you have any comments or would like to report problems with the functioning of the website or any other problems we ask that you contact us via the contact form.
“Cookies” are small text files that are stored in the browser or on your computer. Thanks to cookies when you re- visit fw190.info it is possible to identify your device and serve the content based on your personal preferences for example for comments. Some cookies are deleted when the session ends (after you close the browser ) while others are kept at all times on your computer. These can be removed easily.
As an example, we’ll use the Google Chrome browser.
To clear cookies , follow these steps :
1 Select “Settings”
2 Select “Tools”
3 Select “Clear browser data”
A new window will appear where you can select the period from which to clear your browser data and the type of data to be cleared. Here you can select cookies and other site and plug-in data.
If you want to see what cookies are used on fw190.info you can do it easily, for example using the Google Chrome browser.
To do this you must follow these steps :
1 Access the “Browser Settings”
2 Select “Tools”
3 Select the “Developer Tools”
At the bottom of the browser an additional, smaller window will appear. In it you have to select the following:
1 “Resources” – the tab is in the top bar – between “Elements” and “Network”
2 In the menu on the left, select the “Cookies” tab (double-click)
3 Then click on fw190.info
4 You will see a list of cookies used on fw190.info
You can completely disable the use of cookie. In Google Chrome, you can do it by following a few simple steps:
1 Select “Settings”
2 In the next menu once again select “Settings”
3 Select “Show advanced settings”
4 In the “Privacy” section, select “Content Settings”
5 A new window will appear, where it is possible to completely block cookies or block attempts to save data from the site on the computer. You can also manually specify the blocked sites.
Given that full transparency is a key factor for us this website will be updated in the event of a change of the cookies policy of fw190.info
If you have any doubts or questions, please contact us.
Last updated : 01.01.2020
What information do we collect?
Information collected during registration
At the moment there is no registration process on our website. If any user is asked to register while viewing the website he should immediately notify the Editorial Staff.
Information collected during purchase transactions
fw190.info does not offer the sale of any products. If a user is offered the purchase of anything while browsing the website he should immediately notify the Editorial Staff.
Information collected automatically
During your visit on our website certain data is collected automatically, e.g. your IP address, domain name, type of browser, type of operating system, etc. These data result from the way the internet works. If a user contacts the server, the data must be sent to a specific recipient in a concrete way. We have turned off any data collecting tools like Google Analytics and also turned off server side data collection. At this point the Administrator [Krzysztof Kuska] has no access to any such data. [01.01.2020]
Information collected while contacting us
Whenever users contact us through the website, via phone or email, they disclose some of their personal information, e.g. name, surname, email address, etc. We will use this information only to reply to your question.
What do we use your information for?
Your collected information will not, under any circumstances, be sold or given to third parties.
If you have subscribed to our Newsletter or have in any other way agreed to receive it, we will use your information to deliver the Newsletter to you. You will be asked if you’d like to subscribe to our Newsletter during the registration process. At this point we don’t have a newsletter service – if you find one contact us immediately as it probably is a fake one [01.01.2020]
Automatically collected information may be used to analyze user activity on our website, gather demographic data about the users, or to personalize the content of the website. Such information is collected automatically about each visit and is presented to the administrator in anonymous daily and monthly statements. At this point we don’t collect such information. [01.01.2020]
Data collected in the course of correspondence between the users and our Portal shall only be used to answer a given user’s query.
In the case of an audit by the GIODO (General Inspectorate for the Protection of Personal Data), your information may be disclosed to Inspectorate’s officials in accordance with the provisions of the Act on the protection of personal information.
How do we contact you?
If a user sends us and email or calls us on the phone in any matter, we may use the information collected from said user for the purpose of further communication.
How do you notify us about changes in personal information?
In the event of changes to your contact address we ask that you notify us via email.
How do we protect your personal information?
While your information is being collected, all communication between your computer and our server is encrypted using the SSL protocol (Secure Socket Layer). What is more, our databases and email are protected against access by third parties.
You may freely use the content of this website as long as you provide a direct clickable link and all needed credits. Happy using 😉
Last update: 01.01.2020