We respect your privacy and we care about the security of your personal data and information regarding your online activity, as well as ensuring that you can exercise all your rights under the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). We also want to provide you with the most relevant content.
Consent to the processing of your data is voluntary and you can withdraw it at any time at the bottom of this page.
Who is the administrator of your personal data?
Maciej Radomski, Bitwy Białostockiej 43/34, 15-102 Białystok (hereinafter referred to as the “Administrator”). There you can also submit questions, comments and objections by letter or by e-mail to email@example.com
What data do we process and for what purpose?
We do not process more data than is absolutely necessary. We do not know your name and surname, we do not know where you live and what you are doing (unless you provided them on the website in the profile description or in the comment – but we do not process this data in any way). The scope of data processing did not change after May 25, 2018. – we only process the data necessary to set up an account and the data that you leave as part of navigating our pages and which you leave in cookies.
What are your rights in relation to your data?
“Cookies”, also known as “cookies”, are tiny text files stored in the user’s web browser. These files allow to recognize the user’s device and properly display the website tailored to his individual preferences. Cookies usually contain the name of the website they come from, the storage time on the end device and a unique number. We also have access to this information from our affiliates and our trusted partners who use it to personalize content and ads.
administration of the website,
improving the quality of services provided, including adapting the content of the website to the user’s preferences
maintaining the user’s session and for statistical purposes and advertising behavioral targeting (adjusting the content of the advertisement to your individual needs)
Please be advised that it is possible for the website user to define the conditions for storing or accessing information contained in cookies using the browser settings or service configuration.
We do not save your address or other personal data in cookies.
The cookies we use are divided into:
- Necessary for the operation of the website – for example, to log in and adjust the appearance of the website, to remember the consent of the GDPR, or required by servers and caching systems and set automatically. They can never be blocked and it is compliant with the rules of the GDPR. the remaining
- Performance cookies – for example, used to check statistics
- Functional – used by our service providers, e.g. external chat. Disabling them will disable these additional functions.
- Targeting – used to better match or personalize ads. Disabling them will not block the ads, it just makes them not relevant to you
The browser provides full control over cookies:
If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, you can change cookie settings here.
If you use Mozilla Firefox, you can change cookie settings here.
If you use the Opera browser, you can change cookie settings here.
If you use Safari, you can change cookie settings here.
Who do we share your data with?
We share them anonymously, only with trusted providers of useful analytical and marketing functionalities and advertising partners. In addition, your personal data may also be made available to: relevant state authorities at their request, but only on the basis of relevant legal provisions.
List of trusted partners
|Google Ireland Limited|
|Pulse Point Inc|
|EMX Digital llc|
|SAS Smart Adserver|
If I do not agree to the processing of my data, will the ads disappear?
Not. The authors of the GDPR only deal with personal data, so despite the objection, the number of ads on the website will still be similar, but they will no longer be tailored to you. If it weren’t for advertising, our website would not be so fun every day – many people work on the website every day.
“GDPR” – Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46 / EC (referred to as “GDPR”, “GDPR”, “GDPR” or “General Data Protection Regulation”).
“Personalized Advertising” – means: (i) collecting data through multiple digital properties or other sources to profile and deliver advertising based on preferences or interests known or inferred from the collected data, and (ii) collecting data on user activity under one property digital or a single digital source for the profiling and delivery of advertising based on this data via other digital property; 1.2 The terms “Personal Data” and “Processing” shall have the meaning that results from the GDPR, and terms related to the above should be interpreted in accordance with these definitions.