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Cookies Policy


Jones Lang LaSalle sp. z o.o., a Polish limited liability company with its registered office at pl. Europejskie 1, Warsaw (00 - 844 Warsaw) and its subsidiaries and affiliates (the "Company") is a leading global provider of property and investment management services. Please find below information on the "cookies" or similar technologies used on the magazyny.pl website (hereinafter also the "Site").

By using the Site, by configuring your browser settings accordingly, you consent to the use of "cookies" or similar technologies (e.g. "local storage") in accordance with the following statement.

If you do not agree to the Company's use of cookies or similar technologies, or if you wish to limit the permissible scope of use of cookies or similar technologies (e.g. "local storage"), you must change your browser settings accordingly or refrain from using the magazines.co.uk website. To do this, you will need to change your browser settings by blocking cookies in whole or in part (more on this below).

However, blocking all or part of your browser's "cookies" may adversely affect the convenience of using the Website and, in specific cases, prevent it from functioning properly.

How do I change my cookie preferences?

You can change your cookie preferences using our cookie management tool.

Below we show you how to change the 'cookie' settings of the most popular search engines:

Edge Menu > Settings > Stored data and cookies - select the relevant option.

Google Chrome Menu > Settings > Privacy and security - select the relevant option.

Mozilla Firefox Menu > Preferences > Privacy and security > Cookies and site data - select the relevant option.

Opera Menu > Settings > Privacy and security - select the relevant option.

Safari Menu > Preferences > Privacy > Cookies - select the appropriate option.

Deleting cookies from your device

All "cookies" or similar data on your device can be deleted - simply clear your browser's browsing history. This deletes all cookies from all pages visited. When you delete cookies, you may lose saved information (e.g. saved login data, page preferences).

Blocking cookies

With most browsers, it is possible to prevent cookies or similar technologies from being placed on your device, but you may then have to set your preferences anew each time you visit the site.

What are 'cookies' or similar technologies?

"Cookies" are text files stored on the device used by the user to browse the magazyny.pl website. Some "cookies" are necessary for the operation of the magazines.co.uk website, while others collect anonymous or personal data that allows us to improve the magazines.co.uk website and provide users with content of interest.

Similar technologies to "cookies" are technologies that allow certain data to be retained on the user's side while browsing the Site. A typical example of such technology is "local storage", which is. a form of data storage available in web browsers that allows web applications to save and store data on users' devices. This is a type of local storage of data in the web browser with no expiry date. This means that the data stored in "local storage" will remain accessible even after the browser tab or window is closed.

For what purpose do we use "cookies" or similar technologies?

We use "cookies" or other similar technologies (e.g. "local storage") for:

  • to collect aggregate statistics: Our "cookies" help us collect aggregate statistics that allow us to understand how users use the Site. This information is anonymous and helps us to improve the functionality and content of the Site to better meet the needs of our users.

  • improving the operation of the Site: Cookies and other similar technologies are used to ensure that our Site runs smoothly and accessibly. They enable us to provide users with a smoother and more efficient experience when using the Site.

  • to tailor content and advertising: We use "cookies" to better tailor the content and advertising available on the Site to the expectations and interests of the users using it. This allows us to present users with content and advertising that is more relevant and interesting.

How long are cookies stored on my device?

Two types of "cookies" can be stored:

a) Session "cookies" that are automatically deleted when the browser is closed.

b) Persistent "cookies" that are stored on your device until they expire or are deleted. Persistent "cookies" allow us to retain your preferences to make it easier for you to browse the Site on future visits and to tailor the Site to your interests.

You can find detailed information on how long cookies are stored in your browser (usually by clicking on the icon next to the web address).

Types of cookies used

Necessary cookies: Without these "cookies" our Website may not function properly. These cookies are necessary to ensure the security, functionality and ease of use of the magazines.co.uk website. Others provide services available on our Site and are required in order to use some of their features.

Analytical "cookies": Analytical "cookies" help us understand how visitors use our Site. This includes recording your location, how you browse, patterns and preferences recorded during your visit, time spent on the Site and additional data to help us improve your experience. Third-party "cookies" used by external companies providing services to the Company are also used.

Performance and functional cookies: We use performance and functional cookies to further improve the Site in order to always provide you with the best possible experience. They are used, for example, to make the Site faster, to enable the display of video content and to ensure a smooth browsing experience. These technologies are not always required, but without these "cookies" certain features of the Site may become unavailable. Among these cookies are third-party "cookies" used by external companies providing services to the Company.

Advertising and marketing "cookies": used to deliver personalised advertising to users on the Site. These technologies allow us to better understand users' preferences and behaviours, enabling us to present advertisements more tailored to their interests. We use third parties, such as advertising providers, to deliver advertisements on our Site. Advertising "cookies" from these companies may be used to create user profiles and deliver personalised advertising.

By using the Site you may receive "cookies" from third parties. The following is a list of third-party cookies (list subject to ongoing updates):

(a) Analytical:

a) Google Analytics (GA4): For more information on the "cookies" used by Google Analytics, see: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/9445345?hl=en#zippy=%2Cin-this-article

b) Hotjar: More information on the cookies used by Hotjar can be found at: https://help.hotjar.com/hc/en-us/articles/115011789248-Cookies-on-hotjar-com

c) Eloqua: More information on the cookies used by Eloqua can be found at: https://www.oracle.com/legal/privacy/privacy-policy.html and also at: https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/saas/marketing/eloqua-user/Help/EloquaAsynchronousTrackingScripts/Tasks/BasicPageTrackingFirst.htm

(b) Advertising and marketing:

a) Facebook: For more information on the 'cookies' used by Facebook, see: https://developers.facebook.com/docs/app-events/cookies

b) Google Ads remarketing: more information on the "cookies" used by Google Ads can be found at: https://policies.google.com/technologies/ads?hl=en-US

c) LinkedIn: For more information on the 'cookies' used by LinkedIn, see: https://www.linkedin.com/legal/cookie-policy

More information

For more information on how the Company processes your personal data, please see our privacy policy [Privacy Policy | magazines.co.uk]. Data collected through "cookies" or similar technologies may be transferred outside the European Economic Area under the terms described in our privacy policy. This data may be processed by employees or external companies that provide services to the Company. We do this to ensure that this information is secure and properly protected. We do this by relying on decisions stating the appropriate level of protection or by putting in place appropriate safeguards (e.g. standard contractual clauses).

More details on cookies can be found below:

  • Cookies on the website:http://www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/
  • Cookies on mobile devices: http://www.allaboutcookies.org/mobile/index.html
  • Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB):http://www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/your-ad-choices
  • Network Advertising Initiative (NAI):http://optout.networkadvertising.org/?c=1#!/
  • The Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA):https://digitaladvertisingalliance.org/
  • HTTP cookie - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia