Service Privacy Policy

Gene­ral Information.

1. The Ope­ra­tor of the Service is KOŁASZEWSKI.

2. The Service gathers infor­ma­tion about users and their beha­viour in the fol­lo­wing ways:

  • Thro­ugh infor­ma­tion ente­red in forms voluntarily.
  • Thro­ugh cookie files saved in end-devices (so-called “cookies”).
  • Thro­ugh col­lec­ting web server logs by web the hosting pro­vi­der Art­net sp. z o.o. , ope­ra­ting at the given address

Infor­ma­tion in forms.

1. The Website gathers infor­ma­tion volun­ta­rily pro­vi­ded by users.

2. The Website can also save infor­ma­tion about con­nec­tion set­tings (time, IP address)

3. The data in the forms is not sha­red with third par­ties unless agreed upon with the user.

4. The data pro­vi­ded in the form may be a set of poten­tial custo­mers, regi­ste­red by the Website Ope­ra­tor in the regi­ster kept by the Inspec­tor Gene­ral for Per­so­nal Data Pro­tec­tion.

5. The data con­ta­ined in the form is pro­ces­sed to meet the aim of a spe­ci­fic form, for exam­ple, to pro­cess a service requ­est or con­tact sales clients.

6. The data pro­vi­ded in the form can be for­war­ded to sub­jects that imple­ment cer­tain tech­ni­cal servi­ces — this con­cerns the pro­vi­sion of infor­ma­tion about the owner of a regi­ste­red domain to sub­jects that are ope­ra­tors of Inter­net doma­ins (pri­ma­rily the Rese­arch and Aca­de­mic Com­pu­ter Network jbr — NASK), servi­ces that sup­port pay­ments or other sub­jects with which the Website Ope­ra­tor coope­ra­tes in this field.

Infor­ma­tion about cookie files.

1. The Website uses cookies.

2. Cookie files (so-called “cookies”) are com­pu­ter data, mainly text files, that is sto­red in end-devices of the Website User and is inten­ded for use with the pages of the Web Service. Typi­cally, cookies con­tain the name of a website from which they come, their sto­rage time on end-devices and a uni­que number.

3. The Website Ope­ra­tor pla­ces cookies in Website Users’ end-devices and has direct access to them.

4. Cookies are used for the fol­lo­wing purposes:

  • cre­ating sta­ti­stics that help to under­stand how Website Users use web pages, which may lead to impro­ve­ment of the struc­ture and its content;
  • main­ta­ining Website Users’ ses­sion (after log­ging in) due to which each user does not have to retype the name and pas­sword after brow­sing the pages;
  • deter­mi­ning user pro­file in order to display adver­ti­sing mate­rials that are mat­ched to this pro­file, in par­ti­cu­lar Google Network.

5. The Website uses mainly two basic types of cookies: ses­sion cookies and per­si­stent cookies. Ses­sion cookies are tem­po­rary files that are sto­red in the end-device of the User until logging-out, leaving the website or tur­ning off the software (web brow­ser). Per­si­stent cookies are sto­red in the end-device of the User for a spe­ci­fied time that is deter­mi­ned in cookie para­me­ters or until the User dele­tes them.

6. Software for brow­sing websi­tes (a brow­ser) usu­ally allows sto­ring cookies on users’ end-devices by default. Website Users can change these set­tings. The web brow­ser allows dele­ting cookies. It is also possi­ble to block cookies auto­ma­ti­cally. Deta­ils of how to do so can be found in the help sec­tion or the brow­ser documentation.

7. Restric­tions on the use of cookies may influ­ence some of the func­tions ava­ila­ble on the Website pages.

8. Adver­ti­sers and part­ners coope­ra­ting with the Website Ope­ra­tor can also use cookies pla­ced on Website Users’ end-devices.

9. We recom­mend that you read the pri­vacy pro­tec­tion poli­cies of these com­pa­nies to be aware how cookie files are used in sta­ti­stics:
Google Ana­ly­tics Pri­vacy Policy Analytics

10. Ad networks may use cookies, espe­cially Google, to display ads that are mat­ched to the spe­ci­fic use of the Website. They may keep the infor­ma­tion about the user’s navi­ga­tion paths and time spent on a given page.

11. In terms of infor­ma­tion on user pre­fe­ren­ces gathe­red by the Google ad network, each user can view and edit the infor­ma­tion in the cookies with the use of the fol­lo­wing tool:

Server logs.

1. Infor­ma­tion about some user beha­viour is sub­ject to logging-in into the server layer. This data is used only to admi­ni­ster the Website and pro­vide the most effi­cient use of hosting services.

2. Brow­sed reso­ur­ces are iden­ti­fied by URL addres­ses. More­over, the fol­lo­wing may also be saved:

  • requ­est time
  • reply sen­ding time,
  • name of the client’s sta­tion — the iden­ti­fi­ca­tion is car­ried out by the HTTP protocol,
  • infor­ma­tion about errors that occur­red during imple­men­ta­tion of the HTTP transaction,
  • URL address of the pre­vio­usly visi­ted page (refer­rer link) — if the Website was ente­red thro­ugh a refe­rence link,
  • infor­ma­tion about the user’s browser,
  • IP address.

3. The afo­re­men­tio­ned data is not asso­cia­ted with indi­vi­dual per­sons vie­wing the pages.

4. The data is used only for server admi­ni­stra­tion purposes.

Pro­vi­ding data.

1. The data can be made ava­ila­ble to third par­ties only within legally allo­wed limits

2. The data that ena­bles iden­ti­fy­ing a given user is made ava­ila­ble only upon the user’s consent.

3. The Ope­ra­tor may be requ­ired to pro­vide the infor­ma­tion gathe­red by the Website to autho­ri­sed bodies based on legi­ti­mate demands ari­sing from the demand.

Mana­ging cookie files — how to give and with­draw con­sent in prac­tice?

1. If the User does not wish to rece­ive cookie files, he may change the brow­ser set­tings. Howe­ver, it is worth noting that disa­bling cookies that are neces­sary for the pro­ces­ses of authen­ti­ca­tion, secu­rity, main­te­nance, and user pre­fe­ren­ces can hin­der, and in some cases, pre­vent the user from vie­wing web pages.

2. To manage the cookie set­tings, cho­ose the web browser/system from the list below and fol­low the instructions: