Cookies are placed on the Website User’s computer and accessed by BauschHealth Poland Sp z o.o.
This Policy explains what cookies are and why we use them. Any reference to “cookies” also includes similar technologies which function analogically to cookies. Any reference to a “computer” also includes smartphones, tablets and other devices used for accessing the Website.
Cookies are small text files which may be installed on a user’s computer during his or her visit on a website. Such files allow for recognising the user’s device and displaying the website appropriately (i.e. adjusting it to the user’s individual preferences). Cookies cannot read or modify any other data on a computer.
There are two types of cookies: (i) session cookies and (ii) persistent cookies.
Session cookies are deleted when the user leaves the website.
Persistent cookies are saved on a computer until they are deleted by the website user or until they expire.
Both types of cookies may be classified into four categories:
- Strictly necessary cookies – allow for navigating the website and using services as part of the website
- Functional cookies – allow the website to remember selected options (such as user name, language or region where the user is located) and provide access to enhanced, more customised functions of the website
- Analytical cookies – allow for collection of information about the use of website pages
- Third party cookies – some websites may have embedded add-ons such as “social media” or share buttons. When the user uses such action buttons, a cookie may be automatically defined by the website and trigger an appropriate action under the button. Such cookies may only be disabled through an appropriate configuration on the website provider’s website. Some websites may display advertisements. In such case, cookies collect information about the user’s behaviour and then use such information to customise advertisements displayed on the website.
Cookies are used by the Website to:
i. adjust content of the website to the user’s individual preferences, in particular such files recognise the user’s device to display the website in accordance with his or her preferences;
ii. prepare statistics to help get to know preferences and behaviours of the users; analysis of such statistics is anonymous and allows for adjusting content and look of the website to prevailing trends; statistics are also used for assessing popularity of the website.
While using Website pages, you may receive cookies originating from third parties (e.g. Facebook, Google, Twitter) and some of our direct collaborators (advertisers, research companies, providers of multimedia applications, etc.). Such cookies are governed by their own cookies policies, and you may find more information on their websites. We recommend that you familiarise yourself with their contents because our company bears no responsibility or liability for privacy rules applicable to those websites.
Each user may manage and control cookies installed on a computer by setting his or her web browser in such a way that it sends notifications about received cookies and allows for deciding whether to accept or refuse a cookie. Furthermore, browser settings may be used to block any cookies. In order to change browser settings, choose Help from the menu of your browser and follow the instructions. If you do not change browser settings relating to cookies, you accept cookies used by the Website.
If you change settings relating to cookies management, remember that it may negatively affect the functioning of certain applications/websites which use such functionalities.
Dear User, our cookies policy may change from time to time without notice, so it is important that you review it regularly to be fully aware of any changes.