Webpage - the WWW page at dyinglightgame.com
Administrator – Techland sp. z o. o., headquartered at ul. Żółkiewskiego 3, 63-400 Ostrów Wielkopolski, entered into the register of entrepreneurs kept by the District Court in Poznań, 9th Commercial Division of the National Court Register, under the KRS number 0000136933, of the NIP number 622-24-68-959, of the REGON number 251546820, of the initial capital PLN 176,891,600.
User – a person visiting the Webpage via their web browser.
Automatically collected data
During your visit at the Webpage, certain data are collected automatically, including your IP address, domain name, type of your browser, type of your operating system, etc. These data are collected, among other means, through the cookie files, which are described in more detail here in below.
DATA COLLECTED WHILE SIGNING UP FOR THE NEWSLETTER
In order for you to be able to sign up for the Dying Light Newsletter you will have to provide your e-mail address, give consent to your data being collected and processed by Techland and then confirm your subscription by clicking the activation link you receive. The details of how the newsletter works are described in the “Dying Light Newsletter service policy” document.
Cookie files policy
In the attempt to improve your experience of our Webpage, some of its parts may use cookie files, so called “cookies”. These are small text files that are sent to the User’s computer to identify the User, and to facilitate and speed up certain operations. Cookies are stored on the User’s web-enabled device; they help identify the User and adjust the Webpage to his/her individual preferences. Most cookies contain a name of the website they come from, duration of storage, and a unique number. They are used to optimize the User’s experience, and to gather anonymous, aggregated statistics that are used to better understand user preferences and improve the quality of the Webpage – without personal identification of the User.
- What are the cookies used for?
Our cookie files gather anonymous statistical information, store poll votes, and identify active sessions.
- Do cookies store personal information?
Our cookies do not store any personal information.
- Deleting cookies
By default, standard software used to browse the Internet allows for storage of cookies on an end user’s device. The User can changes these settings so cookies are automatically accepted by the web browser, or alternatively the web browser can notify the User each time cookies are to be saved on the device.
More information about cookies-related settings can be found in relevant software (i.e. web browsers).
Disabling storage of cookies in your web browser does not prevent you from accessing the Webpage, however it can lead to some inconveniences.
How we use your data
User data will not be sold to third parties.
The data collected automatically may be used only in the way described by the section that covers the Policy on cookie files.
In case of a breach of the Dying Light Newsletter service policy, infringement or if the legal regulations so require, such data may be disclosed to the judicial authority and/or an authorized bureau.
Personal data protection
Our databases are protected against third party intrusions. Our protective measures are in accordance with the Act of 29 August 1997 on the Protection of Personal Data (Dziennik Ustaw, No. 133, item 883; unified text: Dziennik Ustaw of 2014, item 1182).
External links and advertisement
Webpage dyinglightgame.com may feature external links to third party websites (such as banner ads). We are not liable for privacy policies or regulations of such websites. This Privacy and Cookie Files Policy applies exclusively to dyinglightgame.com.