Stream Sage

Cookie Policy

The protection of personal data relating to users of the Website is really important to us, and we make every effort to ensure that you are safe when you visit our Website.

Please read this document, which aims to explain the processing of your personal data related to cookies and other internet technologies used by the Website.

The controller of your personal data processed in connection with the use of cookies and other internet technologies listed in this Cookie Policy is Stream Sage, Inc. with a registered seat at Dover, 8 The Green STE R Dover, DE 19901, registered in the State of Delaware. You can read more about processing your personal data in our Privacy Policy.

The terms listed below are given the following definitions:

  1. "Website" - the website available at;

  2. "User" - a natural person acting on his/her behalf or for a legal person or an organizational unit without legal personality, but having legal capacity, who used the Website by browsing the web page available at;

„User's equipment" or "End device"- the telecommunications equipment belonging to the User such as, inter alia, a mobile phone, smartphone, computer, tablet or other mobile device with access to the Internet (a telecommunications device intended to be connected directly or indirectly to a terminal's network).

§ 1

What Are Cookies and How Are They Used?

Cookies are small text files sent and saved by the Website on the User's End device, containing data on the User's use of the Website ("Cookies"). Cookies are safe for the User’s Equipment - they enable the use of the Website.

The information collected by certain Cookies makes it easier for the User to use the Website, remember the User's preferences and adapt the Website to his needs. In other cases, these files are necessary - for example, they allow the Website to recognize the User's device and properly display itself. Cookies are also used to create statistics on Website visits, which allows us to improve the quality of the Website by improving its structure and content, thereby adapting it to the needs of Users.

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Different Types of Cookies

Cookies can be classified as either “essential” or “non-essential”. 

“Essential cookies” – These are cookies which are strictly necessary for our website to be able to operate or to provide you with a service on our website which you have requested. Essencial cookies are set automatically in response to actions taken by the User, e.g. filling in the contact form, and their use does not require consent.

“Non-essential cookies” – These are “Functional”, “Analytical” and “Marketing” cookies. The use of Non-essential cookies requires your consent given through our cookie banner. 

      1. Functional cookies help us to remember the settings you have chosen for the Website (e.g. language), or assist with other features when you browse and use the Website. These cookies help us remember your preferences and make the Website easier for you to use when you return.

      2. Analytical cookies help to measure Website traffic statistics. In addition, they allow us to obtain information about the number of users visiting our Website, how users use the Website and which sections of the Website are most popular among visitors. They are also used to detect various types of threats to the Website. Analytical cookies allow us to adapt the Website to your preferences, to improve your user experience and to monitor the Website's performance.

      3. Marketing cookies make it possible to tailor the advertisements displayed on the Website according to the User's preferences, based on data held on the User's behavior on the Website.

Cookies can be also classified as “first party” or “third party”.

“First party cookies“ – These cookies are directly stored by the website (or domain) you visit. 

“Third party cookies“ – These cookies are created by domains that are not the website (or domain) that you are visiting.

Cookies can also be classified as “session” or “persistent”.

‘Session cookies’ – These are temporary and are erased when you close your browser. 

‘Persistent cookies’ – These remain on your hard drive until you erase them or they expire. How long a cookie remains on your browser depends on how long the visited website has programmed cookies to last.

§ 3

Why do We Use Cookies?

We use a number of cookies for several reasons. First of all, some cookies are essential for the Website to work properly. The use of essential cookies takes place on the basis of Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR and does not require separate consent - this is because Steam Sage has a legitimate interest in processing this data, in order to ensure the provision of services free of technical errors. 

Other cookies, i.e. those that are not necessary for the correct functioning of the Website, are Functional, Analytical and Marketing Cookies. Non-essential cookies let us serve you content tailored to your own specifications, which improves your overall experience of the Website. The processing of data relating to Cookies, the use of which is not necessary for the functioning of the Website itself, but provides the Stream Sage with analytical and statistical data, therefore takes place on the basis of Article 6(1)(a) of the GDPR - i.e. consent given through our cookie banner.

§ 4

How do We Use Cookies?

Our Website uses the following cookies:

Name of Cookie Type of Cookie Session/Persistent Expiry Time Purpose
_cf_bm Functional Persistent 30 min
This cookie, set by Cloudflare, is used to support Cloudflare Bot Management.
_cfruid Necessary Session -- Cloudflare sets this cookie to identify trusted web traffic.
loglevel Necessary Session -- Allows us to play videos on your Websit


§ 5

Can Cookies Be Turned Off?

If you do not want cookies on the End device, these files can be refused through our cookie banner or turned off through your browser. It is likely that after disabling cookies the User will not have access to some content of the Website, using the Website may be less effective for the User, and the use of services may also be more difficult.

Restrictions or exclusions of the use of Cookies can be made by the User through appropriate changes in the web browser's settings. These settings can be changed by the User in particular in such a way as to block the automatic handling of Cookies or to inform about each time they are placed in the User's End Device. Detailed information on how to handle Cookies is available in the settings of web browsers.