1.1. Service Provider – OFFENSIVE OSINT Sp. z o. o.
1.2. Cookie Files – small text files stored on the User's device while using the Service, as well as any other similar technologies used to collect information about User activity on the Service. Cookie Files may come from the Service Provider or from trusted partners of the Service Provider.
1.3. Cookies Policy – this Cookies Policy.
1.4. Service – an online service operated by the Service Provider at the address: https://www.os-surveillance.io/
1.5. User – any natural person visiting the Service.
2. How are Cookie Files used in the Service?
2.1. In connection with the User's use of the Website, the Service Provider collects data necessary for providing specific offered services. The detailed rules and purposes of processing Personal Data collected during the use of the Website by the User are described below
3. Purposes and Legal Bases of Processing Personal Data on the Website
2.1. The Service Provider primarily uses Cookie Files to grant the User access to the Service and facilitate the User's use of it.
2.2. The Service Provider also uses Cookie Files for analytical and marketing purposes – but only if the User consents to this upon their first entry to the Service.
2.3. The Service Provider also employs other technologies and technical solutions to access information stored on the User's device or in the User's browser (e.g., Local Storage, allowing the Service Provider to access information stored during the use of the Service in a dedicated part of the User's browser memory).
3. What types of Cookie Files are used in the Service?
5. Duration of Personal Data Processing
3.1. Cookies used in the Service are divided into the following categories:
Necessary Cookie Files
These cookie files are installed to provide the User with access to the Service and its basic functions, and thus do not require the User's consent. Without the necessary Cookie Files, the Service Provider would be unable to provide services to Users within the Service.
Optional Cookie Files
The Service Provider uses these cookies only when the User gives consent. They include cookies:
• functional – enabling the remembering of User preferences or choices (such as username, language, text size, or other customizable elements) and delivering personalized content to Users within the Service;
• analytical – allowing for the tracking of the number of visits and sources of traffic on the Service. They help recognize which pages are more or less popular and understand how users navigate the site. This allows the Service Provider to improve the Service's performance;
4. Are Third-Party Cookie Files used in the Service?
4.1. The Service uses the services and tools of external providers, particularly in the scope related to delivering services available through the Service and analytics, advertising, remarketing, and measuring the results of advertising campaigns. The providers of specific Cookie Files or other technologies are indicated in the list below.
Tool used to generate statistics on visits to websites.
Google Tag Manager
Service that checks whether data entered on the website is input by a human or an automated program.
Google Tag Manager
CloudFlare service enhances the performance and secures clients' websites. It accelerates websites operating in the international market.
5. How long are Cookie Files stored?
5.1. The Service uses both permanent and session cookie files. More information about their storage duration can be found below:
Some cookies are temporary files stored until logging out, leaving the page, or closing the web browser. These cookies assist in analyzing network traffic, identifying and resolving technical issues, and facilitating navigation within the Service.
"Permanent" Cookie Files are stored for the time specified in their parameters or until the User deletes them. They help the Service Provider remember User settings and preferences to make their next visit more convenient or provide them with tailored content. The list of cookie files along with their lifespan is provided below:
1. sessionid - 30 minutes,
2. csrtoken - 1 hour,
3. cf-clearance - 30 minutes
6. Can Cookie File settings be changed from the web browser?
6.1. The User's web browser should provide the possibility to change settings to reject, delete, or block specific Cookie Files. The links below provide relevant information for the most popular browsers:
• Chrome: https://policies.google.com/technologies/cookies?hl=en
• Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/cookies-information-websites-store-on-your-computer
• Safari: https://www.apple.com/legal/privacy/en-ww/cookies/
6.2. Since some Cookie Files are necessary for the Service's functionality, changing browser settings may cause some services to not work properly or even prevent the use of the Service.
7.1. The Policy is continually reviewed and updated as needed.
7.2. The current version of the Policy was adopted and effective from September 11, 2023.