The entity that places information on the user’s end device (e.g. computer, tablet, smartphone) in the form of cookies files (so-called “cookies”) and at the same time gains access to them is: Le Gout LLC with its regitered office in Krakow, Poland, Podgórska Street 34, 31 – 536 Krakow, entered into the Register of Entrepreneurs of the National Court Register under the KRS number: 0000772982 (REGON: 382623506, NIP: 6751695945), e-mail address: email@example.com
I. What are cookies?
Cookies files (so-called “cookies”) are IT data that the web browser can send to the server each time you visit our website and which are stored on the user’s end device.
Cookies contain, among others, such data as: the name of the website they come from, the time of their storage on the user’s end device and a unique number that was generated to identify the web browser you use to connect to the website. Cookies often store information that is necessary for the proper functioning of the website. Cookies may also store a unique number identifying the user’s end device, but on its basis it is not possible to determine the user’s identity.
More details about cookies can be found in the menu of your web browser in the “help” section.
Dictionary of terms:
• cookie – this is a small piece of information saved by the server on the user’s computer, which the server can read during reconnecting from this computer,
• system log – this is information sent to the server by the user’s computer during each connection, it may contain various data (e.g. IP number), from which it is possible to more or less accurately determine where the connection came from,
• IP address – an individual number that, as a rule, each computer connected to the Internet has; the IP number may be permanently associated with a given computer (static) or assigned to it for a given connection (dynamic),
• SSL protocol – a special standard of data transmission on the Internet, in which the transmission is encrypted, as opposed to regular transmission, where the transmission is in clear text.
1. collecting anonymous statistics, thanks to which we can better understand the expectations of users and develop our website to make it even more user-friendly,
2. ensuring the proper operation of selected functions of the website,
3. optimizing the website (i.e. adjusting its appearance to the most popular devices),
4. to ensure even load on servers,
5. user service,
7. to facilitate the use of the website while browsing it,
8. subsequent association of the user with the device on which cookies were saved in the case of reconnecting the website,
9. creating statistics that help to understand how users use our website,
10. adjusting the content of the website, including promotional materials and advertisements contained therein, to the specific preferences and interests of users,
11. ensure faster and more efficient operation of the website and improve its functionality.
12. supporting mechanisms preventing abuse or misuse of the website,
13. saving settings and choices (e.g. user name, region in which he/she is staying, adjusted settings, language and communication preferences, history of user activity) to provide more tailored content and services.
III. What kind of cookies do we use?
As part of our website, we use the following types of cookies:
1. “session” – are stored on your device until logging out, cleaning the website or disabling the web browser;
2. “permanent” – stored on your device for the time specified in the parameters of cookies or until you delete them;
3. “efficiency” – enable the collect of information on the way websites are used;
4. “necessary” – enable to use services available on our website;
5. “functional” – allow you to remember the settings you choose and personalize the interface;
6. “own” – posted by our website;
7. “external” – originating from a website external to our website;
8. “analytical / statistical” – cookies from analytical tools of Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, Facebook Pixel, Albacros, HotJar, placed on the end user’s device. With the help of these tools, the following information is obtained about you:
• from what sources you visited our website (e.g. another website, internet search engine),
• what subpages you followed,
• which services you followed,
• what screen resolution you use,
• what type of device you use (e.g. computer, tablet, smartphone),
• whether there were any problems while using the website.
Cookies do not combine with other information about the user, in particular with personal data. Your IP address is anonymized by truncating it. In other words, the information collected by cookies is in no way associated with your personal data and is not used to determine your identity. The scope of information collected automatically depends on the settings of your web browser. You should check your browser settings to find out what information is shared by the browser automatically in order to change these settings if necessary. For this purpose, we recommend that you read the “Help” section of the web browser you used.
IV. What can you do to change cookie settings?
You can change your web browser settings regarding cookies at any time, in particular block the automatic handling of cookies (in whole or in part). It is also possible to block the operation of Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, Facebook Pixel by the user through an optional browser add-on, which, when installed and activated, disables the measurement of the above-mentioned tools on all pages displayed by the user. More information on the possibilities and methods of handling cookies is available in the settings of the web browser you use.
Remember, however, that limiting or disabling the cookies we use may affect the ability to use our website. More details about the possibility of changing cookies settings can be obtained in the menu of your web browser in the “help” section. Software i.e. a web browsers, usually allow cookies to be stored on the user’s end device by default. You can change the settings in this regard. The web browsers allow you to delete cookies. It is also possible to automatically block cookies. Detailed information on this subject can be found in the help or documentation of the web browser you are using.
PERSONAL DATA – INFORMATION CLAUSE OF THE GDPR
We take the security of our visitors’ personal data very seriously. That is why we take all necessary measures to protect your personal data.
I. Personal Data Administrator
The administrator of your personal data is Le Gout LLC with its regitered office in Krakow, Poland, Podgórska Street 34, 31 – 536 Krakow, entered into the Register of Entrepreneurs of the National Court Register under the KRS number: 0000772982 (REGON: 382623506, NIP: 6751695945). Contact with the Administrator is possible in the following way:
– by sending letter to the following address: Le Gout sp.z o.o. with headquarters in Krakow, ul. Podgórska 34, 31 – 536 Kraków;
– by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org;
– by phone: +48 519 651 251.
II. What data do we process?
We process the following data:
- name and surname
- e-mail address
- telephone number
- information provided to us by you in the text of the message sent via the contact form on our website
- information about the frequency of visits to our website, information stored in cookies on your device and its cache as well as location data generated by your device (along with automated analysis of your activity on websites and in applications), information about the end device or browser, including its location. We do not automatically collect any information, except for information contained in cookies. The above-mentioned data is not associated with specific people browsing our website.
III. For what purpose and on what basis do we process your data?
- Data specified in point II. letter a – d above only for the proper preform of services offered through the investya.pl website.
- Data specified in point II. letter e – in above in order to perform statistical measurements, manage and improve our website, adjust it to the needs and convenience of users (e.g. personalizing content), detect possible security threats, study aggregate traffic of users.
- The data is processed based on our legitimate interest as a data controller and based on your consent. Giving consent is voluntary, you do not have to give it, and the lack of such consent will not deprive you of access to our services. Granting consent does not exclude a subsequent limitation of the scope or amendment (withdrawal) of consent at any time. In the event that the basis for the processing of the above-mentioned data is the legitimate interest of the administrator, you can object to the processing.
- We also process data if it is required by law.
IV. How long do we process data?
Your data will be processed until there is a basis for their processing, i.e.:
- in the case of consent – until its withdrawal, limitation or other actions on your part limiting or excluding this consent,
- if the basis for data processing is the legitimate interest of the administrator – until you submit an effective objection or the cessation of the legitimate interest,
- for tax and accounting purposes – for a period of time consistent with applicable regulations.
V. What rights do our Users have as subjects of personal data?
In accordance with the law, you have the following rights in connection with the processing of your personal data:
- the right to access your data, including obtaining a copy of the data,
- the right to request rectification of data,
- the right to delete data (also known as the right to be forgotten),
- the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory body for the protection of personal data, which is the President of the Personal Data Protection Office in Poland,
- the right to limit data processing,
- the right to object (objection to processing, objection to direct marketing, including profiling, justified objection to the processing of your data in the legitimate interest of the administrator).
If your data is processed on the basis of consent:
- you have the right to withdraw consent. Withdrawal of consent does not affect the lawfulness of the processing which was carried out on the basis of consent before its withdrawal.
If your data is processed on the basis of consent or to perform the contract (necessary for the provision of services), you have the right to transfer your personal data.
In order to exercise the above rights, please contact the Administrator via the contact details indicated above.
VI. Who do we share your data with?
Your data may be transferred to entities processing personal data on behalf of the Administrator, including IT service providers – such entities process data on the basis of a contract with the administrator and only in accordance with our instructions. In such cases, we require third parties to maintain the confidentiality and security of information, and we verify whether they provide appropriate measures to protect personal data.
Your data may also be transferred to our co-workers who help us to perform services we provide, e.g. law firms, notary public, but only if it is justified by law or the need for these entities to perform actions, services, actual or legal activities necessary to perform the service provided to you.
Your data may also be made available to entities authorized to obtain them on the basis of applicable law, e.g. public administration authorities, law enforcement authorities.
Transferring data outside the EEA
Our partners are established in the countries of the European Economic Area (EEA) or in Switzerland, recognized as a country that meets an adequate level of personal data protection, therefore your personal data will not be transferred to third countries.
VII. Sources of law
Our activities guarantee every person visiting the website a feeling of full security at a level appropriate to the applicable law, including following regulations:
- 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 (General Data Protection Regulation);
- The Act of July 18, 2002 on electronic services;
- The Act of July 16, 2004, Telecommunications Law.