Privacy policy

In all our activities we are guided primarily by the interests of our users. We want to know and understand your needs and provide you with the best possible service. TEDxWarsaw the owner of the site - respects the personal information of all users who have registered with the site. The privacy policy, which can be found below, contains copyright notices, legal disclaimers, and data protection issues.


All materials published on the website are copyrighted. This applies both to content created by the editorial staff and other people - including users of the service. Reprinting materials in any form and language is a violation of Polish law.

Legal disclaimers and liability

Access to all content, registration and newsletter subscribers is free of charge, and the authors and TEDxWarsaw are not responsible for any damages arising from their use. TEDxWarsaw reserves the right to send to electronic addresses provided during registration or subscription to the newsletter subscribers list commercial information as defined by the act dated 18 July 2002 on electronic services. TEDxWarsaw also reserves the right to block profiles of users who violate the Terms of Service.

Personal information

For more information on handling your personal information, please see the TEDxWarsaw event policy here .

Other technologies

In order to ensure convenience of use of our services we use Local Storage Object (LSO) technology, similar in principle to cookies, but with slightly different properties. LSO is a separate part of the browser's memory used to store data saved by websites. It can be accessed only by a website operating on the same site from which the data was saved, however, unlike in the case of cookies, it is not sent by the browser every time the server is called. Data in the Local Storage Object is stored long-term by the browser and is not deleted when the browser is closed, nor does it have a specific expiration time.We emphasize that we use this technology solely for the convenience of our users and to provide them with the highest possible level of service.

Managing Browser Settings

In many cases, the software used to browse the Internet (web browser) by default allows the storage of information in the form of cookies and other similar technologies on the User's terminal device. However, the User can change these settings at any time. Failure to make such changes means that the above-mentioned information can be placed and stored on the User's terminal equipment and that we will store information on the User's terminal equipment and gain access to this information.From the level of the Internet browser used by the User it is possible e.g. to manage the cookies files independently. In the most popular browsers it is possible, among other things: to accept the use of cookies, which allows the User to fully use the options offered by websites; to manage cookies at the level of individual sites selected by the User; to determine the settings for different types of cookies, for example accepting permanent files as session files, etc.; to block or delete cookies.