Privacy Policy

1. Who is the Privacy Policy addressed to?

1.1. If you use the website (hereinafter the "Website"), the privacy policy is addressed to you.

1.2. In the Privacy Policy, you will find information on how we use the personal data provided to us while using the Website, how we protect it and what rights you have.

2. Who collects my personal data

2.1. The administrator of personal data is Sebastian Tekieli, running a business activity under WebsiteInit with its registered office in Krakow (Komuny Paryskiej 6b / 11, 30-389 Krakow, Poland).

2.2. If you have questions regarding the Privacy Policy or generally regarding the protection of personal data, please write to us at

3. How is my personal data collected?

3.1. If you visit the Website, information about your visit is automatically collected, in particular:

a. IP address,

b. the type of operating system,

c. browser type, The mere visit to our Website does not require you to provide any other information or personal data from you.

3.2. Collection of the remaining data takes place if you provide it to us voluntarily in a different way, e.g. by registering an account in our application, by contacting us via e-mail, telephone or chat.

3.3. In summary, we may collect and process your personal data for the following purposes:

3.3.1. respond to your queries (if you have called or written to us with any question and/or asked for an offer);

3.3.2. to conclude a contract with you;

3.3.3. marketing your own products (if you are our customer, we can process your data for marketing purposes under the so-called legally legitimate interest, we use remarketing tools based on cookies on the same basis, in other cases our marketing activity is based on your consent);

3.3.4. sending the newsletter - if you agreed to it.

4. How does collecting data look for subscribing to the newsletter?

4.1. If you subscribe to the newsletter and agree to receive it, please only enter your e-mail address to which information will be sent from us.

4.2. You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking on the unsubscribe link in the footer of each newsletter.

4.3. Professional tools for e-mail marketing give us the opportunity to analyze the readability of our messages, in order to better adapt the newsletter to the readers' expectations. However, we do not make any decisions that could affect your legal situation or cause other similar significant effects for you.

5. How is personal data collected automatically? What are cookies?

5.1. As we have already mentioned, on the occasion of your visit to our Website we automatically collect some of your data. These data are collected by the so-called cookies ("cookies").

5.2. Cookies are files sent to your computer or other device while browsing the Website.

5.3. Cookies do not make any modifications or changes to the settings in the device or software that has been installed on your device. We use information from cookies for statistical purposes (number of visits to the Website, traffic sources, which pages are read by users, etc.) and marketing.

5.4. Remember that you have the right not to consent to the use of cookies (you can block them).

5.5. If you want to block cookies, we recommend choosing the right settings in your web browser. You can find more information on this subject at

5.6. Usually cookies can be removed from the browser via the "delete history" option and selecting cookies using the check box, or by blocking the browser's ability to download cookies.

5.7. We want to inform you that your use of the Website means you agree to the use of cookies. A relevant message on this topic is automatically displayed the first time a user visits the Website.

5.8. The data collected automatically using cookies will be used by us to analyze the behavior of users on the Website and collect demographic data about users, which allows us to customize the content of the website and display content on on other websites that you visit (more below in point VI). If you do not agree to such personalization of content, change your browser settings, as indicated above in point V.5 and V.6. You can always write to us at - we will try to help you.

6. What other technologies are used to monitor the actions taken on the site?

6.1.1. Google Analytics (cookies) - page statistics analysis Google Analytics uses "cookies" technology to allow you to analyze the sources of traffic and the manner in which visitors use the Website. Google collects on its servers data obtained from the placement of cookies on the devices and on this basis creates reports that may be used by website owners. These data are only material for statistical analysis and system error correction mechanisms, so cookie data are in no way combined with other data that you provide to us. If you want to block Google Analytics in your browser, you can do it by installing a special plugin:

6.1.2. Google AdWords (cookies) - behavioral advertising Google AdWords uses "cookies" technology to remember which websites were visited from your device. Google collects on its servers data obtained from the placement of cookies on devices and uses this information to display advertisements on other websites visited by you. As advertisers using Google services, we do not have access to data from cookies stored on your device, but we can commission advertisements to selected recipients, e.g. to all people who visited our website in the last 7 days. These data are for us only statistical material, and we commission advertisements only on the basis of aggregate criteria (to specific target groups, and not to a specific user), so the data from cookies are in no way combined with other data that you give us.

6.1.3. Pixel conversion of Facebook Our website uses the so-called "Facebook conversion pixel" of the Facebook social network to manage ads on Facebook and Instagram portals and to conduct remarketing activities. Facebook's pixel remembers that a visit to our Website has taken place from a given device. If during those visits you were logged in to Facebook or this site has other information about you that allows you to link your visit to your profile on this site, then it is possible to direct the ads to those who were on the Website (remarketing). Facebook may combine the information obtained using the pixel installed on our Website with other information about you collected as part of your use of Facebook and used for its own purposes, including marketing. Such Facebook activities are no longer dependent on us. You can find information on this subject directly in Facebook's privacy policy: You can also manage your privacy settings from your Facebook account. As advertisers using Facebook advertising services, we do not have access to the data collected by this portal, but we can commission advertisements to selected groups of recipients, e.g. to all people who visited our website in the last 7 days. We also receive statistical data from Facebook, thanks to which we can check the effectiveness of ads on Facebook and Instagram. Data from a Facebook pixel is in no way combined with other data you give us. If you have an account on Facebook or Instagram, we pay attention to information about data protection on the websites: and .

7. How are personal data not from cookies used? Are they transferred to someone?

7.1. While doing our business, we use the services of other companies, which is why it is sometimes necessary for us to entrust your data to other entities. Such transfer may take place only with our consent, based on the contract concluded and only to those who ensure that your data will be properly protected and processed in accordance with the law. This means that your personal data is transferred:

7.1.1. A hoster who maintains our website, our database and e-mail on its servers,

7.1.2. other subcontractors we use, for example, a payment service company and an accounting firm, a company that provides us with a chat tool, an email marketing service provider.

7.2. If you are a resident of the European Union, we do not pass your personal data outside of the European Economic Area.

7.3. How long do we process your data?

7.3.1. for communication with you - as long as you are with us and later for archiving purposes on the basis of our legally legitimate interest until you express opposition, but no longer than the period of prescription of any claims between us;

7.3.2. if you use our services - as long as you are our client, and then until the limitation of claims resulting from it,

7.3.3. if you subscribed to the newsletter - until you withdraw your consent,

7.3.4. In other situations of our marketing objectives - until you express your opposition.

8. Your rights

8.1. Remember that you have access to your personal data at any time. You can get a copy of our personal data for free. You can always get information about us on:

8.1.1. to process your data,

8.1.2. what kind of data we process,

8.1.3. to whom we pass your data,

8.1.4. how long do we plan to store your data,

8.2. You have the right to rectify your data, delete it, limit processing, and the right to object to the processing of your personal data.

8.3. You have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory body (the President of the Office of Personal Data Protection for people from Poland, other countries in other countries) as to the processing of your personal data.

9. Is my personal data protected?

9.1. Your data is protected by appropriate organizational and technical measures. In particular, we protect your personal data against unauthorized access, as well as against damage or loss.

9.2. The security of data transmission is ensured by using the SSL (Secure Socket Layer v3) transmission protocol. SSL involves encoding data before sending it from your browser and decoding it after safely arriving at the server hosting the Website.

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