Privacy policy

  1. General Information

  2. Operator of the Service: Co-Unity Polska sp. z o.o., a company residing in Warsaw, 00-807,
    Al. Jerozolimskie 96, with its share capital amounting to PLN 1,000,000.00, fully paid-up, recorded in the register of businesses of the National Court Register (KRS), XIII Commercial Division of KRS, under number 0000444729, with a tax ID (NIP) of 9522122362, with business ID (REGON) 146458326.
    2. The function of the Service is gathering information about users and their behaviour in the following way:
    a. By means of information voluntarily entered into forms.
    b. By means of cookie files stored on terminal devices.
    c. By means of the following hosting operator collecting www server logs: ATM S.A.,
    ul. Grochowska 21a, 04-186 Warszawa, NIP: 113-00-59-989, with business ID (REGON): 012677986, National Court Register (KRS): 0000034947.
  3. Information about forms

  4. The Service shall gather information voluntarily provided by users.
    2. The Service may also include information about connection parameters (designation of time, IP address).
    3. Data in the form is not made available to third parties without the user’s consent.
    4. Data indicated in the form may constitute a set of prospective clients recorded by the Service Operator in a register kept by the General Inspector in charge of Personal Data Protection.
    5. Data recorded in the form shall be processed for purposes following from the function of a given form, e.g. in order to process a servicing notification or a commercial contact.
    6. Data recorded in forms may be transferred to entities handling the technical aspects of provision of certain services – this shall mean, in particular, transferring information about holders of registered domains to entities operating Internet domains (chiefly Research and Academic Computer Network [Naukowa i Akademicka Sieć Komputerowa j.b.r – NASK]), payment services, and other entities with whom the Service Operator cooperates to that end.

  5. Information about cookies

  6. The Service uses cookies.
    2. Cookies are IT data, particularly text files, which are stored on the terminal device of the Service User and meant to be used in connection with using the web pages of the Service. Cookies usually contain the name of the website from which they were received, their storage time on a given terminal device, and a unique number.
    3. The entity placing cookie files on the Service User’s terminal device and having access to them shall be the Service Operator.
    4. Cookie files are used to the following ends:
    a. creation of statistical data making it easier to understand the way in which Service Users make use of Internet websites which in turn makes it possible to improve their structure and content;
    b. storing Service User’s sessions (after they sign in) - thanks to this, the User does not have to sign in with their login and password on every sub-page of the Service;
    c. determining a user profile in order to present to them content suitable for them as part of advertising networks, particularly as part of the Google network.
    5. Two basic types of cookie files are used as part of the Service: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporary files, which are stored on the User’s terminal device until they sign out, leave the website, or turn off their software (Internet browser). Persistent cookies are stored on the User’s terminal device for a period of time defined in the cookie files settings or until they are deleted by the User.
    6. By default, software for viewing Internet websites (Internet browser) usually allows storing cookie files on the User’s terminal device. Users of the Service may change these settings. Internet browsers make it possible to delete cookies. It is also possible to automatically block cookies. Detailed information about this can be found in the relevant help section or in the documentation of the Internet browser.
    7. Restrictions regarding the use of cookie files may have an impact on some functionalities available on the web pages of the Service.
    8. Cookies stored on the terminal device of the User may also be used by advertisers and business partners cooperating with the Service Operator.
    9. We recommend that you familiarise yourself with privacy protection policies of those companies to learn more about their use of cookie files for statistical purposes: Privacy protection policy of Google Analytics.
    10. Cookie files may also be used by advertising networks, particularly by Google, to display advertisements adjusted to the way in which a given user uses the Service. To this end, information about the user’s navigation history and the amount of time they spent on a given website may be stored.
    11. As far as information about user preferences gathered by Google advertising network is concerned, the user can view and edit information based on their cookie files using the following tool: https://www.google.com/ads/preferences/.
    12. On our Internet websites, we use the following Internet advertising tool: Remarketing of Google Inc. (“Google”). Google and third party providers display advertisements on Internet websites and use cookies for publishing them on the basis of prior visits of a given user to a given website. Advertisements are displayed using cookies, i.e. small text files recorded on the user’s computer. Using those text files, it is possible to analyse the user’s behaviour while they were on a given website and then to provide the user with customised recommendations and product advertising based on the user’s interests. If the user does not wish to have advertisements adjusted to their interests displayed to them, they can deactivate the use of cookies to such ends by Google using the following website https://www.google.pl/settings/ads/onweb. Alternatively, the use of cookies by third party providers may be deactivated via the following website of Network Advertising Initiative http://www.networkadvertising.org/choices. Further suggestions regarding Google provisions can be found at http://www.google.com/intl/pl/policies/privacy.
    13. By means of using our offers, the user consents to the processing of data pertaining to the user gathered by Google in the mode described in this document and for the above-indicated purpose. Please take note of the fact that Google has its own privacy policy, which is independent from ours. We are not liable for its provisions and procedures. Please learn more about Google’s privacy policy before using our website here.

  7. Server logs

  8. Information about certain behaviours of users are recorded at the server level. Such data is used exclusively for managing the service and for ensuring efficient handling of hosting services rendered.
    2. Resources viewed are identified using URL addresses. The following can also be recorded:
    a. query submission time,
    b. reply sending time,
    c. name of client’s station – identification carried out via HTTP,
    d. information about errors which occurred while carrying out a given HTTP transaction,
    e. URL address of the website previously visited by the user (referer link) – if the Service was accessed via a link,
    f. information about the user’s browser,
    g. information about the IP address.
    3. Such data is not tied to particular individuals visiting websites.
    4. The above-indicated data is used exclusively for managing the server.
  9. Making data available
  10. Data shall be made available to external entities exclusively as permitted by the law.
    2. Data making it possible to identify a natural person shall be made available only with that person’s consent.
    3. The Operator may be obliged to provide information gathered by the Service to competent bodies on the basis of lawful requests and to the extent consistent with such a request.
  11. Making data available
  12. If the user does not wish to receive cookie files, they can change their browser settings. Please be advised that deactivating the use of cookie files necessary for authentication processes, security, and storing user preferences may make it more difficult or even impossible to use Internet websites.
    2. In order to manage cookie settings, choose the relevant Internet browser / system from the following list and follow instructions as they are displayed:

  13. Internet Explorer
    b. Chrome
    c. Safari
    d. Firefox
    e. Opera
    f. Android
    g. Safari (iOS)
    h. Windows Phone
    i. Blackberry