Administrator – means Transition Technologies MS S.A. with its registered seat in Warsaw at Chmielna 69, entered into the Register of Entrepreneurs kept by the District Court for the City of Warsaw in Warsaw, XII Economic Division of the National Court Register under KRS no.: 0000539306, REGON: 360679205, NIP: 5272728327.
Cookies - small text files stored on the User's device when using the Website and any other similar technologies used to collect information about the User's activity on the Website. Cookies may originate from the Administrator or the Administrator's trusted partners.
Website - the website operated by the Administrator under the address ttms.global.
User -any natural person visiting the Website.
The Administrator also uses other technologies and technical solutions which allow access to the information stored on the User's device or browser (e.g. Local Storage, thanks to which the Administrator gains access to information stored during the use of the Website in a separate part of the User's browser memory).
The Cookies used on the Website fall into the categories of files indicated and described in the CMP.
By using the Website, the User may receive Cookies from third parties that cooperate with the Administrator. Please refer to the CMP for more detailed information.
The Website uses persistent and session cookies. Below you will find more information about how long they are stored:
Some cookies are temporary cookies, stored until you log out, leave the website or switch off your web browser. These types of cookies help to analyse web traffic, enable identification and resolution of technical problems and make it easier to navigate the Website.
"Permanent" Cookies are stored for the time specified in their parameters or until they are deleted by the User. They help the Administrator to remember the User's settings and preferences in order to make the User's next visit more convenient or to provide tailored content.
The Website uses a Consent Management Platform (CMP) to make it easier for the User to manage their cookie preferences.
The User can use the CMP to change his/her cookie settings. The CMP allows you to:
obtain detailed information about the Cookies used on the Website and the Administrator's trusted partners;
give and withdraw consent for the Administrator and trusted partners to use optional Cookies;
change previously selected settings.
The User's web browser should provide the ability to change the settings so as to reject, delete or block certain Cookies.
As some Cookies are essential to the functioning of the Website, changing the settings of your browser may render some services inoperable or even prevent you from using the Website altogether.
The Policy shall be reviewed on an ongoing basis and updated as necessary.
The current version of the Policy has been adopted and is effective as of 27.02.2023.