Processing and Protecting Personal Data
The personal data administrator (in accordance with the REGULATION OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL (EC) 2016/679 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), hereafter GDPR), responsible for Users’ personal data is
Aurora Company Damian Napora
Address: Podobin no. 195, 34-735 Niedźwiedź
This company is registered with the Central Register and Information Activity (CEIDG) under REGON: 120786157, NIP:7371861450
- The contact form can only be used to ask questions. Providing personal details as well as agreeing to their being used are entirely optional. Any personal data you give are used solely in order to provide answers.
- The administrator guarantees that data provided will be secure and that the rights of Users will be exercised in accordance with the GDPR regulation.
- The CUSTOMER has the right to access his/her personal data and to demand that they be amended, completely removed or that the right to use the personal data be limited.
- The ADMINISTRATOR may refuse to remove the User’s data only in cases stated in current legislation.
- Personal data may be passed on to other bodies if this is allowed by other regulations or the legal responsibilities of the Administrator.
- In order to provide answers to questions it is necessary for the CUSTOMER to provide the following personal data:
- an email address;
- Personal data are used solely during the period of time necessary to formulate and provide an answer. – after this time they are removed.
The Customer has the right to complain to the Office for the Protection of Personal Data (UODO) if he/she has any concerns regarding the way his/her personal data are used by the ADMINISTRATOR.
Cookie Use Policy
This policy sets down the principles concerning creating, storing and access to information on the User’s devices with the aid of Cookie files in order to provide electronically the services required by the User. The principles for using cookies are based on the act of 16 July 2004. Telecommunication Law – together with subsequent amendments.
I. General information about cookies
- In order to provide electronic services the administrator creates and stores temporary files and accesses certain information on the User’s devices.
- Cookies – these are binary data, usually small text files, saved and stored on the User’s devices, which are used in programming languages in order to ease communication between the web site and the u
- Cookies created on the user’s device may come from both the Administrator’s system (i.e. its own Cookies) and from external programmes that monitor Internet communication (eg, External Cookies, eg from Google, among others).
- The User can restrict or disable cookies for his/her device. If you choose this option, you will be able to use the Service, except for those functions that by their very nature require cookies.
The User can restrict or disable cookies for his/her device. If you choose this option, you will be able to use the Service, except for those functions that by their very nature require cookies.
II. Purposes of cookies
- Cookies and similar technologies are used on websites to ensure proper data transmission between connected computers. They are very widely used, they help you customise the contents of the settings page on the recipient’s computer, remember your page’s preferred appearance, such as the font size you set, and ensure that the user performs several step actions (such as article insertion, online store purchase). Cookies can also be used to tailor your ads to interest visitors. It can be said that “cookie” technology is necessary for interactive pages to display properly.
- In addition to cookies sent from the site we connect to, cookies may also be sent from the referring sites, such as Google, YouTube, or social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and others.
- In general, we can divide Cookies into two types of file:
- Session cookies: are stored on the User Device and remain there until the end of the browser session. The stored information is then permanently deleted from the device memory. The session cookie mechanism does not allow any personal information or confidential information to be downloaded from the User Device;
- Persistent cookies are stored on the User Device and remain there until they are deleted. Ending a browser session or shutting down a device does not remove it from the User Device. The persistent cookies mechanism does not allow you to download any personal information or confidential information from your User Device.
- Under normal circumstances Cookies are safe for the user. It is not possible for viruses or other unwanted software or malware to access a computer if they are used correctly. These files allow you to identify the software used by you. Cookies typically include the domain name from which they came, their retention time on the Device (limited), and an assigned value (key).
- Cookies do not collect any personal information, including names and email addresses.
- Each user can change the cookie settings of his or her browser, including the ability to completely deactivate cookies. If you do not disable the ability to save cookies from different sites, this means that you give consent to saving and storing cookies on your computer.
- You may delete Cookies at any time by using the features available in the web browser it uses. Ways of disabling or changing the settings for the most popular web browsers:
- Google Chrome – Google Chrome default settings allow cookies to be stored. To change the settings:
- click on the “Google Chrome Settings” menu and select “Settings”;
- click “Show advanced settings” at the bottom of the page;
select “Content Settings” under “Privacy”; select the desired settings;
- to define special settings for the site, click on “Manage exceptions” and choose your own settings for the site;
- click on the “Done” button to save the changes.
- click on the “tools” menu and select “Internet Options”;
- select the “Privacy” tab;
- use the slider to set the desired level of settings (the highest blocks cookies completely, the lowest allows all cookies to be stored).
- Mozilla Firefox – The default settings in Mozilla Firefox allow cookies to be stored. To change the settings:
- click on the “Tools” menu (in other versions: click the “Firefox” button) and select “Options”;
- then select the “Privacy” tab and tick the desired settings;
- to define special settings for a particular site, click on “Exceptions” and choose your own settings for your site;
- confirm the changes with the “OK” button.
- Opera – Opera’s default browser settings allow cookies to be stored. To change the settings:
- click „Preferences”, select “Advanced”, then “Cookies”;
- mark the desired settings;
- to enter special settings for a particular site, go to the web page you want, right-click on it, select “Site Preferences” and go to the “Cookies” tab and then enter the desired settings;
- confirm the changes with the “OK” button.
- Safari – Safari’s default settings allow cookies to be stored. To change the settings:
- in the “Safari” menu, select “Preferences”;
- click the “Privacy” icon;
- mark the desired settings;
- to enter special settings for a particular site, click on “Details” and select your own settings for the site.
- If you choose to discard all cookies, you will not be able to use certain content and services made available on our sites, including those that require you to sign-in and then, for example, make online store purchases. Disabling cookies does not prevent you from viewing most sites.
- You may delete Cookies at any time by using the features available in the web browser it uses.
- It should be noted that Cookies technology is used by hackers to infect computers and introduce malware. Cookies technology, which is designed to ensure proper communication with the server, is used in this case incorrectly. Protection against such attacks as well as other forms of hacking attempts should always be applied in the form of a good anti-virus protection programme.
- The ADMINISTRATOR can use “cookies” on the page you visit for purposes including the following:
– to configure the service
– to remember settings chosen by the User,
– to remember the history of the pages you visit within our Website and make recommendations,
– to remember the content of the User’s basket,
– to remember the size of the font and the appearance of the Website etc.
– to authenticate the website user and ensure (s)he is not logged out,
– to optimise and increase the efficiency of the services offered by the site,
– to adapt the content of the pages within the Website to the User’s preferences and optimise his/her use of the pages within the Website. In particular cookie files allow the basic parameters of the User Device to be recognised (e.g. the resolution of the monitor) and the webpage, adapted to the parameters of the monitor, to be displayed properly;
– to provide advertisements – or to select the adverts and products of other companies that are displayed on our Website;
– To ensure the safety and reliability of our Website.
- The ADMINISTRATOR can use External Cookies for the following purposes:
- to present multimedia content on the pages of the Website, which are downloaded from an external website:
- vimeo.com [administrator cookies: Vimeo, LLC. wit
- youtube.com [administrator cookies: Google Inc with its headquarters in the USA]
- to collect general and anonymous statistical data with the aid of analytical tools:
- Google Analytics [administrator cookies: Google Inc with its headquarters in the USA]
- GemiusTraffic [administrator cookies: Gemius S.A. with its headquarters in Warsaw]
- Google AdSense [administrator cookies: Google Inc with its headquarters in the USA]
- The user can at any time independently change the Cookie file settings, define how they are stored and how the Cookies are to gain access to the User Device. The User may make these changes using the internet browser settings or configuring the service. In particular, these settings may be changed in the internet browser settings in order to block automatic cookies and inform the User whenever Cookies are placed on the User Device. Detailed information about the possibilities of Cookie files and how they are used are available in the programme settings (internet browser)