Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (hereinafter referred to as the "GDPR") enters into force on 25 May 2018. The Service Provider has been collecting personal data and other data not qualified as such since GDPR entered into force. Depending on the type of data, its collection is initiated by the user or automatic.
Processing of personal data requires a legal basis. The GDPR provides a number of such legal bases, including your consent. We will only process your data within the scope of our services if we, or another processor of personal, data hold a legal basis prescribed by GDPR and only for a purpose applicable to the given legal basis, in accordance with the description above. Your data shall be processed as long as there is a legal basis for the processing thereof - therefore if consent is granted then until it is withdrawn, restricted or until you take other actions restricting the consent, for data necessary to perform an agreement - during the performance thereof - and if the controller's legitimate interest is the basis - then for the duration of the said legitimate interest.
Data collected automatically:
Whilst browsing our website, data pertaining to your visit are collected automatically, i.e.: your IP address, domain name, browser type, OS type - these data do not allow for you to be uniquely identified.
Data collected when you contact us:
When contacting us for given purposes (e.g. to make a return) via the website, telephone or e-mail, we will once again require your personal data to confirm your identity and to process the return. This, dear user, applies to the same personal data which you provided earlier. Once again, the provision of these data is not mandatory, but necessary to for your purpose or to obtain information of interest to you.
Use of data:
The personal data which you provided, and to the processing of which you consented, shall be processed only within the scope and for the purpose covered by the consent or for a purpose prescribed by the Act.
Data collected automatically may be used to analyse user activity on websites. Data collected as part of correspondence between you and the Service Provider shall only be used to efficiently and as accurately as possible deliver a thorough response to your query.
How will we contact you?
If whilst browsing our website you selected the "E-mail notification" or similar option, you will be receiving corresponding e-mail messages from us. If you sent us a message using the contact form, then we may contact you via the telephone, e-mail or fax in order to respond to your query.
Cookies and other information read and write technologies:
Cookies are small pieces of data which a given website saves to a disk on your computer as text files. These make it possible for us to determine the popularity of a given website. We also use other technologies of such type, i.e.: in the form of writing and reading data from local storage. We identify you to find out what information you require and what you search for on our websites. We want to know which categories you visit most frequently for our website to become even more interesting and better than it is now.
The website uses two primary types of cookies: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporary files which are stored on the user's device until the user logs out, leaves the website or closes the software (internet browser). Persistent cookie files are stored on the user's device for a time as specified in cookie files options or until the user deletes them.
The website uses the following types of cookies:
a) "necessary" cookies, allowing for certain website services to be used, such as authentication cookies used for services requiring authentication within the scope of the website;
d) "functional" cookies, which "remember" user settings and interface choices such as the language or region, font size, website appearance etc.;
Cookie files may be used and stored on your end device and may also be used by advertisers or partners of the Service Provider. Local storage technology makes it possible to store information similar to cookies, and in particular in environments, where cookie technology does not or is unable to function properly. You do not have to accept cookie files and local storage technology in order to use the website, and on the pages of the website the Service Provider clearly and expressly informs users on the purpose for storing and accessing cookies and files stored in local storage technology and on the options available to users in terms of defining the terms for storing and accessing cookies and the aforementioned files by configuring software installed on the user's device. However, we would like to point out that certain types of cookies are necessary for the website to function correctly within a full scope.
You may consent to store cookies using local storage technology on your device and to use them in a manner described above by configuring your website browser, that is settings which determine whether cookies and local storage technology are enabled, or by not changing such settings already configured after receiving the above information, which amounts to a consent to the Service Provider receiving and using the aforementioned technology in the manner described above. To disable cookies configure the web browser used to connect to our website. Usually these settings also make it possible to manage cookies within the remaining scope. To not allow local storage technology, disable cooperation between the browser and that technology. This is usually done analogously to disabling cookies.
Below you'll find links to some official websites of the most common internet browser providers with instructions on how to configure given browsers within the scope as referred to hereinabove:
MS Internet Explorer 9:
For example, with older versions of MS Internet Explorer, select "Tools"/"Internet options"/"Privacy"/"Advanced"/"Disable cookie files". You can also use a web browser to delete the cookies stored on your device. If using the aforementioned website browser, select "Tools"/"Internet options"/"General"/"Delete cookie files"
According to your browser, follow the steps below to disable localStorage technology:
- press [Ctrl + Shift + Delete] to open a window with options to delete given elements. The "cookies" option applies to deleting cookies and the content of localStorage.
- in the www address bar enter the about:config command, and then in the 'dom.storage.enabled' line change the default value from 'true' to 'false'.
- press [Ctrl + Shift + Delete] to open a window with options to delete given elements. The "Cookies and other site and plug-in data" option applies to deleting cookies and the content of localStorage.
Internet Explorer 11:
- press [Ctrl + Shift + Delete] to open a window with options to delete given elements. The "Cookies and website data" option applies to deleting cookies and the content of localStorage.
- in the main menu select Tools -> Internet options -> "Advanced" tab -> In the "Security" section check "Enable DOM storage".
- in the main menu select Menu -> Settings -> Delete private data. Select items to be deleted in the dialogue window. The "Delete all cookies" and "Clear persistent local storage" applies to deleting cookies and the content of localStorage.
- in the www address bar enter the about:config command. Set the 'localStorage' line to "0" (zero) in "Domain Quota Exceeded Handling For localStorage" and "Domain Quota For localStorage" fields.
The Service Provider shall not be responsible for the content of cookie files sent by other websites links to which are published on this website.