Cookies policy

The website uses cookies and similar technologies, including in order to adapt the website to the users’ needs, advertising and statistical purposes.

Cookies can also be used by websites we refer to, e.g. showing multimedia.

In your web browser you can change the settings for cookies. If you do not change these settings, you accept the cookies used on

Cookies are small text files sent by a website visited by an internet user to the user’s internet device

The website uses or may use (depending on which subpage the user is on) performance cookies, i.e. used to collect information on how to use the website to make it work better, and functional, i.e. allowing “Remember” about user settings (e.g. language, font size). These include:

– cookies – statistics for

– cookie associated with the “AddThis Social Bookmarking Widget” plugin, which is used to easily share content through social networking sites. The privacy policy of the Addthis website is described here: (after selecting by the user of the website through which he will share content from who-is-this.wlkp., cookies from that website will appear in the user’s browser)

– session cokies (expire at the end of the session)

– advertising banners, e.g. of the OpenX system

– system cokies – related to comments and voting system, as well as other website additions that may occur in order to interact with the user

The websites from which we present materials may also use cookies that allow you to log in and serve to provide ads that match your preferences and behaviors on the internet. In particular, such cookies are:

On – containing user preferences and the number of clicks (described in the privacy policy

On the and websites – allowing you to log in, as well as cookies placed by advertisers to make the displayed ads dependent on your behavior (the policy on cookies is available at )
The level of protection against cookies is set in each browser:

The level of protection against cookies can be set in your web browser – until cookies are completely blocked. This increases the level of data security and protection, but may also prevent some functions, e.g. logging in to an e-mail account.

How settings change in the most popular search engines

Google Chrome

You need to click on the menu (in the upper right corner), Settings tab> Show advanced settings. In the “Privacy” section, click the Content settings button. In the “Cookies” section you can change the following cookie settings:

Deleting cookies

Block cookies by default

Default permission for cookies

Default saving of cookies and site data until the browser is closed

Specifying exceptions for cookies from specific websites or domains

For more information, please visit the support page:

Internet Explorer

From the browser menu (upper right corner): Tools> Internet Options> Privacy, Sites button. Use the slider to set the level, confirm the change with the OK button.

More information can be found on the support page:

Mozilla Firefox

From the browser menu: Tools> Options> Privacy. Activate the Firefox field: “will use user settings”.
Cookies decide when clicking – or not – Accept cookies.

More information can be found on the support page:


From the browser menu: Tool> Preferences> Advanced.
Cookies decide whether or not to mark Cookies.

More information can be found on the support page:


In the Safari drop-down menu, select Preferences and click the Security icon. Here you choose the level of security in the “Accept cookies” area.

More information can be found on the support page:

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