Legal Terms

How do we use cookies?
The Wood Industry Association – Prolemn wants to set cookies on your computer to help us improve your experience on our sites.
The new EU legislation requires us to inform you how we use cookies. Through this text we explain how we use cookies.
We believe it is important to protect your privacy and be open to how we use your data. This notice is to keep you informed and to help you enjoy our sites.

What are cookies?
A cookie is simply a text file that contains pieces of data, collected when you visit a site. It is designed to help sites identify past user activity. This may include tracking if you clicked on special links or pages, if you logged in to your profile, or if you read certain pages over a period of months or even years.

There are different types of cookies and without them the sites could not work in the way you used to use them.
The Wood Industry Association – Prolemn websites use special cookies to offer you the best possible experience and only those cookies that we consider necessary and useful are used.

According to the new regulations, we explain what types of cookies are used on this site, so you can decide if you are satisfied, if you want to delete existing cookies or even disable the use of cookies when viewing our sites.

What type of cookies are used on the websites of the Wood Industry Association – Prolemn?
Strictly necessary cookies
These are essential cookies that allow you to navigate our site and use its features. These cookies do not collect information about you that could be used for advertising or to record your activity on the Internet.

Performance cookies
They collect information about how you use a website, for example, which pages are viewed most often and if you encounter error messages. They do not collect information that can identify you, all data being anonymous. Performance cookies are only used to improve the way the site works.

Functionality cookies
They record the choices you make (such as your preferred language) and give you personalized usage features. They can record the changes you have made to the site. The information they collect may be made anonymous. They refer strictly to our sites and cannot track other sites you visit.

Directional cookies
They provide you with relevant announcements or messages in accordance with your interests. Sometimes targeting cookies are linked to other sites, such as Facebook.
The four categories of cookies are classified as either temporary (“session” cookies) or longer-term (“permanent cookies”).
“Session” cookies record your actions in a single browsing session. This “session” begins when the page is open and ends when it is closed. Then the cookies are deleted forever.
“Permanent” cookies are those that remain on your phone or computer for a certain period of time. They are activated automatically when you visit a certain site again.
Another classification between cookies is made according to their source: “primary” cookies or “third party” cookies. The “primary” cookies are created by the Wood Industry Association – Prolemn site you visit, and the “third parties” are created by a site other than the one you visited. The Wood Industry Association – Prolemn site allows third-party cookies only from sites approved by the company.

Privacy policy

This policy (“Privacy Policy”) describes the practices regarding the personal data we collect through the Site, which is hosted and operated in Romania. This policy does not govern the collection of information through any site other than this or the collections of information hosted by any sponsor, subsidiary and affiliated companies (“Affiliates”). We encourage you to read this Policy before using our site. By using this Site, you agree to the terms and conditions of this Policy.

If you do not agree to these terms and conditions, please do not use this Site.
The information that the Wood Industry Association – Prolemn gathers through this Site two types of information: “Personal Data”, information through which an individual can be identified and “Aggregate Information”, through which an individual cannot be identified.
Aggregate information. When you visit or interact with the Site, third parties that the Wood Industry Association – Prolemn has contracted to provide services, can collect anonymous information through three sources: server log files, cookies and pixel tags.
Files on the server.

Your IP address identifies a number that is automatically addressed to your computer by your Internet Server Provider (ISP). This number is automatically identified and logged in the server files whenever you visit the site, along with the time of the visit and the page you are viewing. We use the IP address to calculate the usage levels of the Site, to diagnose server problems and to administer the Site. We may also use IP addresses to communicate or block visitor access as they do not agree to the Terms of Use. IP address collection is a standard procedure on the Internet and is used automatically by many websites. The Wood Industry Association – Prolemn will not collect individualized private data, for example, name, address, telephone number or email address (these will be hereinafter referred to as ‘private data’), unless you provide them at will. Own. If you do not want your data to be collected, please do not send us such data. The data that has been sent – unless otherwise specified – can be used in the following way: storage and processing for a better understanding of your needs and the improvement of our products and services; contacting (within promotions; this can be done by third parties who will act according to our instructions); forwarding compressed information about users or visitors of our site – except exclusively in a non-individualized form – to third parties. We will not sell, rent or use for other marketing purposes your private data or those of third parties to third parties. We ask parents to be aware that the Wood Industry Association – Prolemn will use private data in accordance with this policy. In any case, private data that is sent voluntarily by children in exchange for emails, in chat sessions or on Bulletin boards, etc. may be used by third parties for unwanted emails. So, the Wood Industry Association – Prolemn advises all parents to instruct their children in the responsible and secure use of private data.