Cookies Policy

Cookies policy for the Trio Management website.


Our website may use cookie files to identify User’s session during a visit. These files are required to ensure correct functioning of the website.
Cookies are text files that are stored in the terminal equipment of the website User. Cookies typically contain the name of the website of origin, storage time on the terminal equipment and a unique number.

Cookies used by Trio Management do not store any personal data or other data gathered from users.


Data collection:

According to practices exercised by most online services, we store HTTP requests directed to our server. This means that we know public IP addresses of users who browse through our Site. The content that they browse is identified through URLs. We also know the following:

  • time of the request,
  • time of response generation,
  • URL of the previously visited service (referrer link) - if User landed on the Trio Management website through a hyperlink,
  • information about User’s browser

The above-mentioned data is not associated with any specific individuals browsing the Trio Management website. In order to ensure best possible quality of the Site, we occasionally analyse the log files in order to determine the most frequently visited pages, browsers used and whether there are no errors in the structure of the online service, etc.


Use of data:

The data thus collected is stored as auxiliary material to administer the Site. The information is not disclosed to any third parties not authorised to administer the Trio Management server and network. Based on the log files we may generate statistics to facilitate the Site administration. The summary statistics do not include any characteristics that could enable identification of persons visiting the Site.


Types of cookie files:

The Service uses two basic types of cookies: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporary files that are kept on a User's terminal until the User either logs out, leaves the webpage, or closes the software (internet browser). Persistent cookies are kept on a User's terminal for a time period defined in the cookies settings, or until they are removed by the user.


How cookies are used Aim
Basic Cookie files are required to administer websites. They allow us to recognise what type of user you are and provide adequate services.
Analytics We use these cookie files to analyse availability of our Site, patterns of use and its functioning. This information is crucial for us in order to maintain, manage and continuously improve our services.
Functionality These cookie files allow us to manage some features of our websites according to your User Settings. This means that as you continue to use the Site or you return to it again, we recognise your User Name and can provide our service in accordance with your settings (for instance, if the service requires a log in, User does not have to re-enter their login and password information on every subpage of the website).


Blocking cookies:

Software for browsing websites (internet browsers) usually by default allow for cookie files to be stored in a User's terminal. Service Users have the option of adjusting these settings. Internet browsers provide the option of removing cookies. Cookies can also be automatically blocked. More detailed information on this topic can be found in the Help function or Manual of your browser.

In order to block these cookie files User has to change their browser settings so that it rejects or removes certain cookie files. The links below contain information on how to adjust settings in the most common browsers:

Mozilla Firefox

Internet Explorer


Google Chrome

Note: Please note that if you reject cookies, some of the website’s features may not work.


Cookies Policy changes:

If our Cookies Policy changes, the above Policy section will be adjusted accordingly.