Cookies are also used by website that we refer to by showing multimedia, for example. You can change your cookie setting in your web browser. Making no changes of these settings means you have accepted the cookies used here.
The website uses performance cookies, which are used to collect information on how to use the webpage for better performance, and functional cookies, which “remember” user settings (e.g. language, font size).
The www.chiesi.pl website use the following cookies:
-_utma - file saved on the computer’s disk during the first visit on the site. The file contains a unique identification number which allows the analytical tool to define a unique and new user,
-_utmb – cookie file responsible for storing information about the visit,
-_utmc – cookie file cooperating with _utmb, which is used to determine whether to start tracking of new visits, or whether the collected data should be included in existing visits,
-_utmz – cookie file containing information about traffic sources. It makes it possible to count visits from search engines,
-PHPSESSID – cookie file maintaining the identifier of the current session between the server where the webpage is installed and the user’s device, through which they communicate with the server and the webpage.
In the medpass.pl website– cookie files are specified in the rules at: http://medpass.pl/Medpass/eula)
The cookie protection mode is set in each browser:
The level of cookie protection can be set in your web browser – up to blocking the cookies completely. This increases the level of security and protection of data, but I can also block some features, such as logging into your mail account.
How to change settings in the most popular search engines?
Click the menu (at the top right): Settings > Show advanced settings. In the “Privacy” section, click Content settings. Under “Cookies”, you can change the following cookie settings:
Internet Explorer 6.0 and 7.0
From the Tools menu (at the top right), select Internet Options > Privacy tab, and under Settings, move the slider, and then select OK.
Click the menu button and choose > Options > Privacy. Set Firefox will: to Use custom setting for history. Check mark Accept cookies from sites to enable cookies, and uncheck it to disable them.
Click on the “Tools” menu > Preferences > Advanced. Select "Accept cookies only from the site I visit", "Accept cookies" or “Never accept cookies”.
Choose Safari > Preferences, click Privacy, then select the security level in the “Accept cookies” area.