The administrator of your personal data in accordance with the provisions on the protection of personal data is Kamil Wyremski.
Your permissions. Thanks to RODO, you can enjoy potential rights regarding the processing of your personal data. You have the right to:
If you want to know more about this topic, see details in art. 16 - 21 RODO.
I guarantee you the security and confidentiality of personal information you have provided to me. I ensure that all personal data protection measures that are required by law are taken. In addition, I assure you that all personal data is properly protected so that unauthorized persons can not access it.
If you contact me via e-mail or use the contact form on the website, you give me your e-mail address (and other personal data if you include it in the message body).
In this case, your data is processed to ensure contact with you. The legal basis is art. 6 par. 1 lit. and the RODO, regarding your consent resulting from initiating contact with me. The legal basis for the processing of your data after the end of contact is art. 6 par. 1 lit. c RODO, which justifies their processing in the form of archiving of e-mail correspondence for internal needs.
As mentioned above, the content of the correspondence can be archived and I can not precisely determine when it will be deleted. You have the right to view the history of correspondence that you carried with me (of course only if it was subject to archiving). You can also demand removal, but sometimes archiving is justified, for example to defend against potential claims that you could submit.
a) adjusting the content of the website to the user's preferences and optimizing the use of websites,
b) providing users with advertising content more tailored to their interests.
Web browsers, and some Firewalls, allow you to disable cookies and signaling devices, or its limitation for everyone or only for selected websites. However, disabling cookies and signaling devices may prevent the website from working properly.
Modern browsers allow browsing the so-called websites. "Private (incognito) mode" which usually means that none of the websites visited will be remembered in your browser's local history, and the downloaded cookies will be deleted after you finish working with the browser. A detailed description of the "private mode" is available in the browser's help.
Disabling "cookies" in the most popular browsers:
Click on the menu (in the upper right corner), Settings tab> Show advanced settings. In the "Privacy" section, you must click the Content settings button. In the "Cookies" section, you can change the following Cookie settings: <• Delete cookies,
• Default blocking of Cookie files,
• Default permitting for Cookie files,
• Default saving of cookies and site data to close the browser
• Specifying exceptions for cookies from specific sites or domains
From the browser menu: Tools & gt; Options & gt; Privacy. Activate the field Firefox: "will use user settings". The cookies decide whether or not to accept the cookies.
From the browser menu: Tool & gt; Preferences & gt; Advanced. The cookies decide whether or not to place Cookies.
In the Safari drop-down menu, select Preferences and click the Security icon.
The level of security in the "Accept cookies" area is selected here.
Cookies (cookies) are divided into third-party cookies and cookies. Below I present the difference:
Own cookies are used to make the site work properly.
Using the site involves sending queries to the server on which the page is stored. Each query addressed to the server is saved in the server logs.
Logs include Your IP address, server date and time, information about the web browser and operating system you are using. Logs are saved and stored on the server.
The data stored in the server logs is not associated with specific people using the site and is not used by us to identify you.
The server logs are only auxiliary material used to administer the site, and their content is not disclosed to anyone except those authorized to administer the server.