Cookie Policy

    1. Controller – Oxla sp. z o.o. with its registered office in Warsaw (02-703), ul. Bukowińska 2/189, entered into the Register of Business Entities by the District Court for the Capital City of Warsaw in Warsaw, XIII Commercial Division of the National Court Register, under KRS No. 0000851382, REGON: 386608946, NIP: 5213902284,  with a share capital of PLN 202,000.00.
    2. Personal data – means any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person who can be identified by reference to one or more factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of that natural person, including an IP of a device, location data, an online identifier and information collected through cookie files or other similar technology.
    3. Cookies policy – this cookies policy.
    4. GDPR – the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC.
    5. Service – the online service operated by the Controller at   
    6. User – any natural person using the Service or using one or more services or functionalities as described in the privacy Policy available at:
    1. The Controller uses cookies mostly for the purposes of delivering to the User services rendered electronically and to improve the quality of those services. Therefore, the Controller uses cookie files by storing information or obtaining access to information that is already stored in the User’s end-use telecommunication equipment (a computer, a telephone, a tablet, etc.). The use of cookie files within the Service is not aimed at identification of the User. The Policy regulates the processing of data related with the use of its own cookies.

    2. The Controller’s use of strictly necessary cookies is required for the proper functioning of the website. The cookies are installed specifically for the purposes of remembering login sessions and filling out forms and for purposes related with setting any privacy options. Functional cookies remember and match the website to User choices, e.g. language preferences. The User may set the browser so that it blocks or warns of the strictly necessary and functional cookies, but this action may result in a malfunction of certain parts of the website. 

    3. Analytical cookies allow for checking the number of visits and sources of traffic in the Service. They are helpful in determining which websites are more and which are less popular and understand how the Users move around the website. This allows the Controller to review statistics and improve the productivity of the website. The information gathered by such cookies is aggregated and thus is not aimed at determining identity. If a User does not allow for the application of those cookies, the Controller will not be aware when the User visits the Service. 
    1. The Controller applies various solutions and tools used for analytical and marketing purposes. The principal information on those tools is presented below. For detailed information in that respect, please refer to the privacy policy of the relevant partner.

    2. Google Analytics cookies are files used by Google to analyse the manner in which the Service is used by the User, to develop statistics and reports concerning the functioning of the Service. Google does not use any gathered data to identify the User and does not combine such information to allow for identification. For detailed information on the scope and rules of gathering data in connection with such service, please go to:
    1. The use of cookies for the collection of data, including obtaining access to data recorded on any User’s device, requires the consent of the User. In the Service, the Controller obtains the User’s consent through the cookies banner. 
    2. No consent is required only with respect to cookies that are absolutely necessary for the rendering of any telecommunication service (data transmission for the presentation of content) – the User has no option of declining the use of such cookies if the User wishes to use the Service. 
    3. Withdrawal of consent for cookies in the Service is possible exclusively via the cookies banner. The User may go back to the banner by clicking on the following link: […].   
    4. The User also has the option of withdrawing consent by changing his/her browser settings. For detailed information regarding this subject, please click on the following links:
      1. Mozilla Firefox: 
      2. Google Chrome: 
      3. Opera: 
      4. Safari: 
      5. Microsoft Edge: 
    5. The User may verify the status of his/her current browser privacy settings at any time by using the tools available under the following links:
    6. In order to exercise the rights of access, correction, deletion, restriction, transfer, and objection to the processing of personal data, the right to lodge a complaint or to ask any other question regarding cookies, please send the relevant request/query to the Controller’s contact data provided in section 5.1. below.
    1. The Controller may be contacted by email at: [email protected] or at the address for service: Pl. Europejski 1 / 40p. | 00-844 Warsaw.
    1. The cookies Policy is verified on an ongoing basis and updated as required. 
    2. The current version of the cookies Policy has been adopted and has been in force since the 20th of July 2023.