Cookie policy


Cookie policy


1.1. This cookie policy describes the rules for using cookies within the website (hereinafter referred to as the “Website”).
1.2. The Administrator of the Website is: Astrafox Sp. z o.o. with its registered office in Warsaw, ul. Poloneza 93, 02-826 Warsaw, National Court Register (KRS): 0000193522, Tax Identification Number (NIP): 525-21-71-560, Statistical Identification Number (REGON): 016263968, hereinafter referred to as the “Administrator” or “We”.
1.3. Each entity using the Website is its “User”.

2.1. Cookies are small text information in the form of text files sent by a server and stored on the side of the person visiting the Website (e.g., on the hard drive of a computer, laptop, or memory card of a smartphone – depending on the device you are using).
2.2. The data is collected and stored in an anonymous or pseudonymous form, which does not allow the Administrator to identify the User. Cookies do not cause any harm to the User’s computer and do not contain viruses.

3.1. The cookies used by the Website can be divided into:
3.1.1. Session cookies – they are active for the duration of the current session, until the browser is closed.
3.1.2. Persistent cookies – they remain active after the session ends and are active until they expire or are deleted by the User.
3.1.3. First-party cookies – they are stored and used by the website.
3.1.4. Third-party cookies – they are stored and used by third-party entities.
3.1.5. Essential cookies – they are necessary for the proper display of content on the Website.
3.1.6. Functional cookies – they are used to provide the appropriate level of functionality for the Website.
3.1.7. Analytical cookies – they allow the analysis of preferences of Users visiting the Website.
3.1.8. Advertising cookies – they allow the display of advertisements to Users, including personalized advertisements.

4.1. Configure your browser accordingly. By properly configuring your browser, it will only save the category of cookies that you allow or it will not save them at all on your end device.
4.2. Remember that at any time, you have the option to delete all or individual cookies after they have been saved. You can do this in your browser or by using the appropriate tools available within the operating system.

5.1. Google Ads
The Administrator uses the Google Ads advertising program provided by Google LLC, 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA, for conducting advertising campaigns, including remarketing campaigns.
If the User gives consent to the use of advertising cookies, a remarketing cookie from Google will be stored on the User’s device upon visiting the Website. This cookie allows displaying ads based on the User’s interests, determined by the visited pages.
When using Google Ads, the Administrator does not collect any data that would allow identifying the User. Any combination of data in such a way that it becomes personal data can only be done by Google. The Administrator is not responsible for such activities, as they are carried out by Google based on the agreement with the User as a user of Google services.
By using Google Ads, the Administrator defines only target groups for their ads. It is Google that decides when and how to display the Administrator’s ads to the User.
There is a possibility to block Google Ads cookies using the Settings mechanism implemented on the Website or through the ad settings directly on the Google website:
Information about how Google processes User data is described in the Google Privacy Policy: and We encourage you to read them!
5.2. Google Analytics
The Administrator uses the Google Analytics tool provided by Google LLC, 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA. The data is processed for the purpose of creating statistics, analyzing the usage of the Website, and optimizing the Website.
Google Analytics automatically collects information about the usage of the Website. The information collected in this way is typically transmitted to Google servers located worldwide and stored there.
When using Google Analytics, the Administrator does not collect any data that would enable the identification of the User. Therefore, the data collected within Google Analytics does not constitute personal data for the Administrator.
If you are interested in details regarding the use of data by Google from websites and applications that use Google services, we encourage you to review the information provided at the following links: and
5.3. YouTube Content
The Administrator embeds content from YouTube on the Website. Therefore, cookies from Google LLC associated with the YouTube service, including DoubleClick cookies, are used.
When a User plays a video on our Website, Google, the owner of YouTube, receives information about it, even if the User does not have a YouTube profile or is not currently logged in.
If the User is logged into YouTube, Google will be able to directly associate the visit to our Website with the User’s profile on YouTube. The purposes and scope of data collection are described in the YouTube privacy policy, which is available at the following link:
A User who does not want Google to link the data collected during the playback of videos on our Website directly to their profile on YouTube should either log out or use appropriate browser extensions, such as script blocking.
5.4. Microsoft Clarity
The Administrator uses the Microsoft Clarity tool provided by Microsoft Corporation. With this tool, we can analyze the behavior of Users visiting the Website.
Based on anonymous data collected by Microsoft Clarity cookies, we can see how Users interacted with our Website (which subpages they visited, which links they clicked on). This type of analysis is helpful for identifying areas on the Website that need improvement, as well as issues that can be resolved to increase engagement and conversion rates.
The information collected through Microsoft Clarity does not allow us to identify Users.
Detailed information about the purpose of each Microsoft Clarity cookie is described on the following page:
5.5. LinkedIn
The Website uses LinkedIn cookies to measure the effectiveness of campaigns on social media related to the LinkedIn platform. The information collected through LinkedIn cookies does not allow the identification of Users.
Detailed information about the purpose of each cookie is described on the following page:
5.6. Meta Pixel
The Meta Pixel is a short code placed on the website that allows measuring the effectiveness of advertisements based on analyzing user actions on the Website. The Meta Pixel automatically collects information about your use of our Website and, based on the collected user information, enables displaying relevant advertisements to them.
The information collected through the Meta Pixel does not allow us to identify users.
Information about cookies from Meta and details on how to display ads and the possibility of blocking them on Facebook can be found at the following links:


When using the Website, requests are sent to the server where the website is hosted. Each request directed to the server is recorded in server logs.
The logs include, among other things, the user’s IP address, server date and time, information about the web browser, and operating system used by the user. The logs are stored on the server.
The data stored in the server logs is not associated with specific individuals using the website and is not used by the Administrator to identify users.
Server logs serve as auxiliary material for administering the Website, and their content is not disclosed to anyone other than authorized persons responsible for server administration.