PRIVACY POLICY

INTEGRAINTERNATIONAL.PL

0. GLOSSARY

I. WHAT IS THIS DOCUMENT?

II. WHO IS THE ADMINISTRATOR OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA?

III. HOW DO WE CARE ABOUT YOUR PERSONAL DATA?

IV. FOR WHAT PURPOSES AND ON WHAT BASIS DO WE PROCESS YOUR DATA?

1. PLACING AN ORDER / PERFORMANCE OF THE AGREEMENT,

2. CONTACT FORM,

3. NEWSLETTER,

4. SOCIAL MEDIA PROFILES.

V. HOW ARE CONTRACTS FOR THE PROVISION OF ELECTRONIC SERVICES CONCLUDED AND TERMINATED?

1. CONCLUSION OF THE CONTRACT

2. TERMINATION OF THE CONTRACT

VI. WHO CAN BE THE RECIPIENT OF YOUR DATA?

VII. IS YOUR DATA ALSO TRANSFERRED TO THIRD COUNTRIES (OUTSIDE THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AREA)?

VII. WHAT RIGHTS DO YOU HAVE?

IX. WILL COMMERCIAL INFORMATION BE SENT TO YOU (E.G. TO YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS)?

X. HOW DO WE KEEP YOUR DATA SECURE?

XI. HYPERLINKS TO OTHER WEBSITES

XII. CAN THIS POLICY BE CHANGED AND HOW WILL YOU BE NOTIFIED?

XII. EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE CURRENT VERSION OF THE PRIVACY POLICY.

Annexes:

1. Annexe No. 1 – Cookies Policy,

2. Annex No. 2 – Principles of processing Personal Data for e-mail correspondence other than the Newsletter,

3. Annexe No. 3 – Principles of processing Personal Data in connection with the Webinar,

4. Annexe No. 4 – Information clauses on the processing of Personal Data related to the conclusion and performance of commercial contracts – processor

O. GLOSSARY

The terms used in this Policy shall, in case of doubt, have the following meaning:

1. Administrator – Integra sp. z o.o. with its registered office in Poznań, ul. Polska 114, 60-401, District Court Poznań [Sąd Rejonowy Poznań] – Nowe Miasto i Wilda in Poznań, VIII Commercial Division [Wydział Gospodarczy], National Court Register [KRS] No. 0000623097, Tax Identification Number [NIP] 781-19-29-673, National Official Business Register [REGON]: 364702071. Contact with the Administrator is possible at the abovementioned address, e-mail address: office@integrainternational.pl, or telephone number: (+48) 45 117 8736 – standard call charge – according to the price list of the relevant operator. You can contact the Data Protection Officer via e-mail: office@integrainternational.pl;

2. Personal Data – information about an identified or identifiable natural person, wherein an identifiable natural person is a person who can be directly or indirectly identified, in particular, based on an identifier such as name and surname, identification number, location data, internet identifier (such as an IP address, cookies identifiers – generated by their End Devices, applications, tools and protocols, or other identifiers, generated for example by RFID tags) or one or more specific factors determining the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of a natural person;

3. Contact Form – an interactive form available on one of the pages on the Website, enabling Users to contact the Administrator;

4. Customer – a natural person, legal person, or another organizational unit without legal personality, acting by an authorized person, having at least partial legal capacity, who intends to conclude with the Seller/Service Provider any agreement provided for in the Terms and Conditions. The use of the phrase Customer also applies to Consumers;

5. Consumer – a natural person who carries out a legal action with the entrepreneur not directly related to his business or professional activity;

6. Newsletter – Electronic Service allowing the Service Recipient to subscribe and receive free information from the Service Provider regarding the Products or Services offered by the Seller/Service Provider to the e-mail address provided by the Service Recipient;

7. Privacy Policy / Policy – this document constituting the terms and conditions for the processing of personal data by the Administrator.

8. Product – movable item(s) offered by the Seller for sale via the On-line Store to the Customer, against payment of the Price. All the Products offered on the Store’s website are brand new; the Products may be standard or prepared on the individual order of the Customer, depending on the current assortment offered in the Store. The use of the term Product also refers to the services offered by the Seller (excluding Electronic Services);

9. Terms and Conditions – Terms and Conditions of the Website, available at: https://integrainternational.pl/

10. Website – a group of related services belonging to the Service Provider, to increase the functionality of websites and other documents made available via the Web under the address https://integrainternational.pl/.

11. Seller, Service Provider – Integra sp. z o.o. with its registered office in Poznań, ul. Polska 114, 60-401, District Court Poznań [Sąd Rejonowy Poznań] – Nowe Miasto i Wilda in Poznań, VIII Commercial Division [Wydział Gospodarczy], National Court Register [KRS] No. 0000623097, Tax Identification Number [NIP] 781-19-29-673, National Official Business Register [REGON]: 364702071;

12. End Device – an electronic device through which the User can access the Website;

13. Electronic service – a service within the meaning of the Act of 18 July 2002 on the provision of electronic services (Journal of Laws of 2002, No. 144, item 1204, as amended) provided electronically by the Service Provider to the Service Recipient via the Store;

14. Service Recipient – a natural person, a legal person, or an organizational unit without legal personality, which is granted by law the legal capacity to use the Electronic Service;

15. User – any person using the Website;

16. Order – a statement of the Customer’s will constituting an offer to conclude a Product Sales Agreement with the Seller;

17. Trusted Partners – defined following point V of this Privacy Policy.

 

I. WHAT IS THIS DOCUMENT?

The purpose of this privacy policy (“Policy”) is to clearly present the principles of the functioning of the Website, as well as the principles of handling and processing personal data. The principles described in this Policy apply to all channels, media, or ways of contact with the Administrator, therefore, when referring to the Website, we mean all channels of personal data processing.

 

II. WHO IS THE ADMINISTRATOR OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA?

The Administrator collects and processes Personal Data separately and independently for each Website User. Personal data collected within the Website are subject to processing within separate databases and are not subject to merging or transfer despite the Administrator’s identity.

Contact with the Administrator is possible at the abovementioned address, e-mail address: office@integrainternational.pl, or telephone number: (+48) 45 117 87 36- standard call charge – according to the price list of the relevant operator.
You can contact the Data Protection Officer via e-mail: office@integrainternational.pl.

 

III. HOW DO WE CARE ABOUT YOUR PERSONAL DATA?

The Administrator attaches immense importance to the issue of security and lawfulness of the processing of Customers’ personal data. The Customer’s personal data are processed following 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 (Official Journal of the European Union No. 119, p. 1) (“GDPR”) and other currently applicable provisions of the law on the protection of personal data.

Personal Data means information about an identified or identifiable natural person (“Personal Data”). An identified or identifiable natural person is a person who can be directly or indirectly identified, in particular, based on an identifier such as name and surname, identification number, location data, internet identifier (such as an IP address, cookies identifiers – generated by their End Devices, applications, tools and protocols, or other identifiers, generated for example by RFID tags) or one or more specific factors determining the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of a natural person;

In addition, the Administrator protects not only people visiting the Website but also Customers who have made their Personal Data available to the Administrator using other communication channels, i.e.:

a) via the Website (including the use of cookies or similar technology) or other channels of communication with the Customer;

b) the website https://www.facebook.com and any other Facebook/Meta branded or co-labelled websites (including subdomains, international versions, widgets and mobile phone versions) whose policies are based on regulations made available in particular at https://www.facebook.com/legal/terms, provided by Facebook Inc. or Facebook Ireland Limited (“Facebook”), respectively; including through the Facebook Lead Ads function for direct marketing of the Administrator’s own products or services. The rules for the protection and use of Personal Data by Facebook are available, for example, at: https://www.facebook.com/policy.php. The Administrator does not influence the content of the legal regulations of Facebook, including those concerning Personal Data;

c) the website https://google.com and any other Google-branded or co-labelled websites (such as Google Analytics, Google Ads, etc.), including subdomains, international versions, widgets, and mobile phone versions, whose policies are based on regulations made available in particular at https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=en-US provided by Google Inc. or Google Ireland Limited (“Google”), respectively, for automated data processing and profiling. The Administrator does not influence the content of the legal regulations of Facebook, including those concerning Personal Data;

 

IV. FOR WHAT PURPOSES AND ON WHAT BASIS DO WE PROCESS YOUR DATA?

Your Personal Data may be processed for different purposes and on different legal bases depending on the functionality of the Website, in particular, to conclude and implement contracts concluded with you, conduct marketing activities, market and statistical analyses, improve the quality of services, fulfilling relevant legal obligations incumbent on the Administrator, or identifying ad fraud abuses. Please find the details below.

1. PLACING AN ORDER / PERFORMANCE OF THE AGREEMENT

The Administrator of your Personal Data is the entity indicated in point II of this Policy.

Your Personal Data provided by you in connection with placing the Order, but also other data collected in connection with your activity on the Website and the use of our services (in particular: name and surname; e-mail address; contact phone number; address [street, house number, apartment number, postal code, city, country], address of residence/business/registered office [if different from the delivery address], bank account number, and in the case of Customers who are not consumers, additionally the company name and tax identification number [nip]) are or may be processed for the following purposes:

a) performance of the concluded Sales Agreement – in particular, confirmation of placing the Order, confirmation of concluding the contract, sending the Product, as well as, if necessary, contacting in this matter – legal basis: Article 6 (1)(b) of the GDPR, i.e., the necessity to perform the Sales Agreement,

b) marketing, analytical and statistical activities of the Administrator or its partners (third parties listed in point 11 “Cookies Policy”) or other so-called Trusted Partners with whom we cooperate, e.g. offers (discounts), also tailored to your interests based on profiling (in a simplified way, we analyse your activity [e.g. the history of purchases and behaviours on the Website], so that we can better adapt not only to specific, general groups of our Customers but also your preferences). However, our actions do not significantly affect your purchasing decisions, e.g. – legal basis: Article 6 (1)(f) of the GDPR, i.e., the legitimate interest of the Administrator or a third party;

c) determining, defending and pursuing claims that may arise within the framework of the relationship between you and the Administrator and other purposes that are necessary to implement the legitimate interests of the Administrator or a third party – legal basis: Article 6 (1)(f) of the GDPR, i.e. a legitimate interest pursued by the Administrator or by a third party;

d) issuing and storing invoices and accounting documents and considering complaints and returns within the time limits and in the form specified in the regulations – legal basis: Article 6 (1)(c) of the GDPR, i.e., the necessity to fulfil the legal obligation incumbent on the Administrator.

Providing Personal Data is voluntary; however, it is necessary to conclude a Sales Agreement/place an Order.

In order to perform the Sales Agreement/place an Order, we will process your Personal Data for the period of performance of the Sales Agreement, as well as for the time required by law (e.g. tax, accounting), in the case of marketing activities – until your objection is raised, unless a longer period results from their storage in the event of possible claims, for the period of limitation specified by law, in particular the Civil Code, or for other purposes resulting from the implementation of our legitimate interests. In any case, a longer period for the storage of Personal Data is decisive.

The provision of the Electronic Service is free of charge. The contract for the provision of the Electronic Service is concluded for a definite period – the performance of the Electronic Service by the Administrator or the resignation from its performance by the Customer (closing the website/chat) and after that time it expires.

2. CONTACT FORM

The Administrator of your Personal Data is the entity indicated in point II of this Policy.

Your Personal Data provided by you via the Contact Form and collected in possible further communication is or may be processed for the following purposes:

a) communication with you and replying to your message – legal basis: Article 6 (1)(f) of the GDPR, i.e., the legitimate interest pursued by the Administrator;

b) depending on the content of the communication, taking action at your request before concluding the relevant agreement – legal basis: Article 6 (1)(b) of the GDPR, i.e. the necessity to take action before the conclusion of the contract;

c) depending on the content of your message, marketing, analytical and statistical activities of the Administrator or partners (third parties listed in point 11 of the Cookies Policy) or other so-called third parties with whom we cooperate – legal basis: Article 6 (1)(f) of the GDPR, i.e. the legitimate interest of the Administrator or a third party;

d) determining, defending and pursuing claims that may arise within the framework of the relationship between you and the Administrator and other purposes that are necessary to implement the legitimate interests of the Administrator or a third party – legal basis: Article 6 (1)(f) of the GDPR, i.e. a legitimate interest pursued by the Administrator or by a third party;

Providing Personal Data is voluntary, but it is necessary to communicate with us effectively.

As a rule, we will process your data until the communication with you is completed, and in the case of marketing activities – until you raise an objection unless the law obliges us to process this data for a longer period or we will keep it longer in the event of potential claims, for the period of their limitation specified by law, in particular the Civil Code, or in the event of other purposes resulting from the implementation of our legitimate interests.

The provision of the Electronic Service is free of charge. The contract for the provision of the Electronic Service is concluded for a definite period – the performance of the Electronic Service by the Administrator or the resignation from its performance by the Customer (closing the website/chat) and after that time it expires.

3. NEWSLETTER (https://integrainternational.pl/)

The Administrator of your Personal Data is the entity indicated in point II of this Policy.

Your Personal Data, including those provided in connection with your subscription to the Newsletter, is or may be processed for the following purposes:

a) implementation of the contract for the provision of Electronic Service – legal basis: Article 6 (1)(b) of the GDPR, i.e., the necessity to perform the concluded contract for the provision of Electronic Service under the terms described in the Terms and Conditions,

b) marketing, analytical and statistical activities of the Administrator or its partners (third parties listed in point 11 “Cookies Policy”) or other so-called Trusted Partners with whom we cooperate, e.g. offers (discounts), also tailored to your interests based on profiling (in a simplified way, we analyse your activity [e.g. the history of purchases and behaviours on the Website], so that we can better adapt not only to specific, general groups of our Customers but also your preferences). However, our actions do not significantly affect your purchasing decisions, e.g. – legal basis: Article 6 (1)(f) of the GDPR, i.e. the legitimate interest of the Administrator or a third party;

c) determining, defending and pursuing claims that may arise within the framework of the relationship between you and the Administrator and other purposes that are necessary to implement the legitimate interests of the Administrator or a third party – legal basis: Article 6 (1)(f) of the GDPR, i.e. a legitimate interest pursued by the Administrator or by a third party.

Providing Personal Data is voluntary, but necessary to conclude a contract for the provision of the Newsletter Electronic Service.

As a rule, we will process your data for the duration of the contract for the provision of Electronic Service, and in the case of marketing activities – until you raise an objection unless the law obliges us to process this data for a longer period or we will keep it longer in the event of potential claims, for the period of their limitation specified by law, in particular the Civil Code, or in the event of other purposes resulting from the implementation of our legitimate interests. In any case, a longer period for the storage of Personal Data is decisive.

The provision of the Electronic Service is free of charge. The contract for the provision of the Electronic Service is concluded for an indefinite period.

4. PROFILES IN SOCIAL MEDIA (https://integrainternational.pl/)

The Administrator of your Personal Data is the entity indicated in point II of this Policy.

Your Personal Data, including those that you leave when you visit our social media profiles (including comments, likes, and online identifiers), is or may be processed for the following purposes:

a) marketing, analytical and statistical activities in the form of enabling you to be active on the profile, effectively run our profile, by providing you with information about our initiatives and other activities and in connection with the promotion of various types of events, services and products by us including partners [third parties] listed in point 11 of the Cookies Policy) – legal basis: Article 6 (1)(f) of the GDPR, i.e. the legitimate interest pursued by the Administrator;

b) determining, defending and pursuing claims that may arise within the framework of the relationship between you and the Administrator and other purposes that are necessary to implement the legitimate interests of the Administrator or a third party – legal basis: Article 6 (1)(f) of the GDPR, i.e. a legitimate interest pursued by the Administrator or by a third party;

Providing Personal Data is voluntary, but it is necessary to fully use the functionality of our social media profiles.

Your Personal Data will be processed for the period necessary to achieve the abovementioned purposes or until an objection is effectively filed, as well as for the time required by law (e.g. tax, accounting), unless a longer period results from their storage in the event of possible claims, for the period of limitation specified by law, in particular the Civil Code, or in the event of other purposes resulting from the implementation of our legitimate interests. In any case, a longer period for the storage of Personal Data is decisive.

The provision of the Electronic Service is free of charge. The contract for the provision of the Electronic Service is concluded for a definite period – the performance of the Electronic Service by the Administrator or the resignation from its performance by the Customer (closing the website/chat) and after that time it expires.

 

V. HOW ARE CONTRACTS FOR THE PROVISION OF ELECTRONIC SERVICES CONCLUDED AND TERMINATED?

1. CONCLUSION OF THE CONTRACT

The provision of Electronic Services specified in point IV of the Privacy Policy by the Service Provider is free of charge.

Period for which the contract for the provision of electronic services is concluded:

a. the contract for the provision of the Electronic Service consisting in enabling the Order to be placed on the Website is concluded for a definite period and is terminated upon placing the Order or ceasing to be placed by the Service Recipient,

b. the contract for the provision of the Electronic Service consisting of the use of the Newsletter is concluded for an indefinite period.

Technical requirements necessary for cooperation with the teleinformatic system used by the Service Provider;

a. a computer with Internet access,

b. access to electronic mail,

c. a web browser,

d. Cookies and JavaScript enabled in the web browser.

The Service Recipient is obliged to use the Website in a manner consistent with the law and good manners, taking into account respect for personal rights and intellectual property rights of third parties. The Service Recipient is obliged to enter data consistent with the facts. The Service Recipient is prohibited from providing unlawful content.

2. TERMINATION OF THE CONTRACT

Termination of the contract for the provision of the Electronic Service takes place on the following terms:

a. the contract for the provision of Electronic Service concluded for an indefinite period (e.g., Newsletter),

b. The Service Recipient may terminate the Agreement with immediate effect and without indicating reasons by sending an appropriate statement via e-mail to the following address: office@integrainternational.pl

c. The Service Provider may terminate the contract for the provision of the Electronic Service concluded for an indefinite period, with a seven-day notice period, for important reasons, understood inter alia as:

    •  a change in the legal provisions governing the provision of electronic services by the Seller affecting mutual rights and obligations specified in the contract concluded between the Customer and the Seller or a change in the interpretation of the above legal provisions as a result of court judgements, decisions, suggestions or recommendations of competent authorities or bodies in a given scope;
    • changes in the methods of providing services caused solely by technical or technological reasons (in particular, updating the technical specifications determined in the Terms and Conditions);
    • changes in the scope of provided services to which the provisions of the Terms and Conditions apply by introducing new provisions, changing, or cancelling by the Seller the existing functionalities or services regulated by the Terms and Conditions.

d. of a continuous and indefinite nature if the Service Recipient violates the Terms and Conditions, in particular when it delivers illegal content after an ineffective earlier notice to cease violations with an appropriate deadline. The contract for the provision of electronic services in such a case expires after 7 days from the date of submitting the declaration of will to terminate it (notice period),

e. termination leads to the termination of the legal relationship with effect for the future.

The Service Provider and the Service Recipient may terminate the contract for the provision of Electronic Service at any time by agreement of the parties.

 

VI. WHO CAN BE THE RECIPIENT OF YOUR DATA?

Each time, the catalogue of recipients of Personal Data processed by the Administrator results primarily from the scope of services used by the Customer/User.

The catalogue of data recipients also results from the Customer’s consent, or legal provisions, and is specified as a result of activities undertaken by the Customer as part of the relevant Website.

The Administrator’s partners may participate in the processing of Personal Data to a limited extent, in particular entities that technically help run the Website efficiently, including communication with our Customers (e.g. they support us in sending e-mails or support our marketing activities, as well as hosting or ICT service providers, carriers or intermediaries fulfilling orders (“Trusted Partners”).

  • Our Trusted Partners are, in particular, the following entities that process your Personal Data following their terms and conditions/privacy policies:
    technology service providers (Thulium [privacy policy https://thulium.com/static/de4818e9a89aca42d76f642e537b9d5f/polityka.pdf ]),
  • marketing service providers (Google Ads, [privacy policy https://www.google.com/about/company/user-consent-policy/], Google Analytics [privacy policy https://www.google.com/about/company/user-consent-policy/], Salesmanago [privacy policy https://www.salesmanago.pl/info/obowiazek-informacyjny.htm], Facebook [privacy policy https://www.facebook.com/notes/368277171038154/], LinkedIn [privacy policy https://pl.linkedin.com/legal/privacy-policy]
  • delivery service providers (InPost sp. z o.o. [privacy policy https://inpost.pl/polityka-prywatnosci]), DHL [privacy policy https://www.dhl.com/pl-pl/home/nasze-dywizje/parcel/o-dhl/polityka-prywatnosci.html, DPD [privacy policy https://www.dpd.com/pl/pl/polityka-prywatnosci/].).

 

VII. IS YOUR DATA ALSO TRANSFERRED TO THIRD COUNTRIES (OUTSIDE THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AREA)?

As part of the Administrator’s use of tools supporting its current activities provided, for example, by Google, Customer Personal Data may be transferred to a country outside the European Economic Area, in which the cooperating entity maintains tools for processing Personal Data in cooperation with the Administrator. Appropriate protection of the transferred Personal Data has been provided by the Administrator by applying standard data protection clauses adopted pursuant to the European Commission decision and data processing agreements meeting the requirements of the GDPR. When transferring data to countries outside the European Economic Area, we make every effort to ensure that our partners ensure an adequate level of protection by taking additional security measures for Personal Data.

The Customer has the right to obtain a copy of the security measures applied by the Administrator regarding the transfer of Personal Data to a third country by contacting us (contact details in point II of the Policy).

 

VIII. WHAT RIGHTS DO YOU HAVE?

Each Customer has the right at any time to:

a) complaining to the President of the Personal Data Protection Office [ Prezes Urzędu Ochrony Danych Osobowych], ul. Stawki 2, 00-193 Warszawa);

b) transferring Personal Data that has been provided to the Administrator and that is processed in an automated manner, and the processing takes place based on consent or based on a contract, e.g., to another administrator;

c) access to Personal Data (including, for example, receiving information about which Personal Data is processed or copies thereof);

d) request rectification and restriction of processing (e.g., if Personal Data is inaccurate) or deletion of Personal Data (e.g. if it has been processed unlawfully);

e) withdraw any consent given to the Administrator at any time, whereby the withdrawal of consent does not affect the processing conducted by the Administrator following the law before its withdrawal;

f) object to the processing of Personal Data concerning them conducted to pursue the legitimate interests of the Administrator or a third party (if there are no other valid legitimate grounds for processing that override the interests of the Customer). If Personal Data is processed for direct marketing, the Customer has the right to object at any time to the processing of Personal Data relating to him for such marketing, including profiling, to the extent that the processing is related to such direct marketing – in this case, Personal Data may no longer be processed for such purposes.

 

IX. WILL COMMERCIAL INFORMATION BE SENT TO YOU (E.G. TO YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS)?

The Administrator has the technical ability to communicate with the Customer remotely (e.g., by e-mail, or SMS).

Commercial information related to the Administrator’s commercial activity on the Website may be sent after the Customer agrees to receive commercial information, including the conclusion of an agreement for the provision of the Newsletter Electronic Service.

 

X. HOW DO WE KEEP YOUR DATA SECURE?

The Administrator, taking into account the state of technical knowledge, the cost of implementation and the nature, scope, context and purposes of processing and the risk of violation of the rights or freedoms of natural persons with different probability of occurrence and severity of the threat, shall apply appropriate technical and organizational measures ensuring the protection of the Personal Data processed appropriate to the threats and categories of data covered by protection, and in particular protects the data against their disclosure to unauthorized persons, taking away by an unauthorized person, processing in violation of applicable regulations and change, loss, damage or destruction. Externally disclosing information about the technical and organizational measures used to ensure the protection of processing may weaken their effectiveness, thus jeopardizing the proper protection of Personal Data.

 

XI. HYPERLINKS TO OTHER WEBSITES

The Website may contain links to other websites. The Administrator encourages you to read the terms and conditions and privacy policies applied to other websites. This Policy applies only to the indicated activities of the Administrator.

 

XII. CAN THIS POLICY BE CHANGED AND HOW WILL YOU BE NOTIFIED?

The Administrator may change the Policy in the future. Each time, it will be updated on the website. With each change, the latest version of the Policy will appear with a new date.

 

XIII. EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE CURRENT VERSION OF THE PRIVACY POLICY.

This version of the Policy is valid from 2022-10-28.

 


The content of the following Terms and Conditions is available in PDF format. The free program for viewing PDF files can be downloaded from the manufacturer’s website.

 

Annexe No. 1 to the Policy – COOKIES POLICY

I. WHAT IS THIS DOCUMENT?

II. COOKIES

1. WHO DO COOKIES AFFECT?

2. WHAT TECHNOLOGY DO WE USE?

3. WHAT ARE COOKIES?

4. DO COOKIES COLLECT YOUR PERSONAL DATA?

5. ON WHAT LEGAL BASIS DO WE USE COOKIES?

6. WHAT DO WE USE COOKIES FOR?

7. CAN YOU OBJECT TO THE USE OF INFORMATON FROM COOKIES?

8. WHAT TYPES OF COOKIES DO WE USE AND ARE THEY HARMFUL?

9. HOW LONG WILL THE INFORMATION COLLECTED BY COOKIES BE STORED?

10. COOKIES USED ON THE WEBSITE

11. THIRD PARTY COOKIES.

12. HOW TO DELETE/BLOCK COOKIES?

13. WHAT WILL BE THE CONSEQUENCES OF DELETING OR BLOCKING COOKIES?

III. CAN THIS POLICY BE CHANGED AND HOW WILL YOU BE NOTIFIED?

IV. EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE CURRENT VERSION OF THE PRIVACY POLICY.

I. WHAT IS THIS DOCUMENT?

This document is a policy of cookies and similar technologies on the Website (“Cookies Policy”). The purpose of the Policy is to clearly present the principles of functioning of the Website in the field of operation and use of cookies or similar technologies.

 

II. COOKIES

1. WHO DO COOKIES AFFECT?

The Administrator uses cookies or similar functionalities on the Website. Every User visiting the Website, regardless of whether they are a Customer, has the opportunity to choose the scope of the use of cookie technology and then to express appropriate consent. Depending on the selected scope of application of cookie technology, information about the User may be collected through it, e.g., about the manner of using the Website, and interests of a given User.

2. WHAT TECHNOLOGY DO WE USE?

The Website uses technology that stores and accesses information on a computer or other device connected to the network (in particular using cookies or related solutions), to ensure maximum comfort when using the Website, including for statistical purposes, and to identify ad fraud and third parties (entities listed in point 11 of the Policy) or other so-called third parties with whom we cooperate.

Depending on the currently implemented and available solutions and technical capabilities, the User has the opportunity to determine the scope of use of appropriate cookies (e.g., for marketing purposes) and to give appropriate consent. Depending on the scope of use of cookie technology, the User agrees to the use of cookies, cookies may automatically collect various data on the User’s activity on the Internet, as well as information on the location of the device used (if the selected scope of use of cookies and, if applicable, the consent given). If it is impossible to determine the scope of use of cookies from the website, the browser settings used by the User remain valid. Since the Administrator may use solutions with functionality similar to cookies (such as the Google Analytics system) – the following provisions of the Policy should also apply to these technologies.

3. WHAT ARE COOKIES?

Cookies are small text information sent by the server and stored on the User’s device (usually on the computer’s hard drive or on a mobile device). They store the information that the Website may need to adapt to how the User uses it and collect statistical data about the Website (e.g., which pages were visited, what elements are downloaded) and data about the domain name of the Internet service provider or the User’s country of origin.

4. DO COOKIES COLLECT YOUR PERSONAL DATA?

When the User uses the Website, they can choose the scope of application of cookies technology and then express the appropriate consent corresponding to the selected scope. Depending on the scope of application of cookies technology, the User has agreed that cookies collect several types of information, which in principle do not constitute personal data (they do not allow the User to be identified). However, some information, depending on its content and use, may be associated with a specific person – assigning certain behaviours to a specific User – and thus be considered personal data. This applies in particular to cookies, the use of which the User has agreed to when using the Website (e.g., marketing cookies, which help us to better adapt to Users’ needs).

Concerning the information collected by cookies, which may be associated with a specific person, the provisions of the Privacy Policy apply, in particular regarding the rights of the data subject, the recipients of data and their transfer to third countries (outside the European Economic Area).

Information on the principles of using cookies, including the possibility of choosing the scope of use of cookie technology and expressing appropriate consent, is also available in the content of the information clause displayed primarily during the first visit to the Website (the so-called cookie banner).

5. ON WHAT LEGAL BASIS DO WE USE COOKIES?

Obtaining and storing information using cookies, except when it is necessary to ensure the proper functioning of the Website and the implementation of its basic functions (providing you with a service provided electronically [i.e. Electronic Services] in this respect, when we rely on a legal provision – Article (173)(3)(2) of the Telecommunications Law), is possible only based on the User’s consent. Depending on the solutions and technical capabilities currently implemented and made available, it may be possible to choose the scope of the use of cookie technology and, if necessary, to give appropriate consent, primarily during the first visit to the Website from the cookie banner, which appears in a visible and easily accessible place. In this case, the User may at any time change the selected scope of application of cookie technology in the Settings of a given Website. Standard – the use of individual types of cookies can also be blocked from the level of web browsers (this is described in detail later in the document). Any withdrawal of consent to cookies does not affect the lawfulness of the activities performed.
Sometimes cookies may allow us to communicate with you for marketing purposes, about which we write above, e.g., as part of web push (i.e. via a browser). In this case, the basis for our action is an additional, voluntary consent to such communication, which you can always withdraw, but without affecting the legality of our current activities.

6. WHAT DO WE USE COOKIES FOR?

Cookies are used primarily to ensure the proper functioning of our Website, as well as the implementation of their key functions.

Regardless of the above, depending on the scope of application of cookie technology, the User agrees, cookies may also facilitate the User’s use of the Website, for example, by “remembering” the information provided once, so that it does not have to provide them each time, as well as may be used to adjust their content.

Cookies may also serve to increase the security of the Website by helping to combat fraud (ad fraud) and the usefulness and personalization of the content of the Website, including presenting (also via a browser – e.g. web push), creating, granting offers or promotions (discounts) dedicated to a given User in accordance with, for example, its interests and its location (the purpose of these activities is not to have legal effects on the User or to significantly influence its decisions).

Depending on the scope of application of cookie technology chosen by the User and the consent given, the Administrator can get acquainted with the User’s preferences using the cookie technology used on a given Website – e.g., by analysing how often a given Website is visited. The analysis of Internet behaviour helps to better understand the habits and expectations of Users and to adapt to their needs and interests. This technology makes it possible to prepare better promotions and offers.

Cookies are used, among others, to:

a. adjusting the content of the Website pages to the User’s preferences and optimizing the use of the Website, in particular, these files allow to recognize the End Device of the Website user and properly display the Website page tailored to his individual needs;

b. creating anonymous statistics to help you understand how users use the Website, which can improve its structure and content.

7. CAN YOU OBJECT TO THE USE OF INFORMATION FROM COOKIES?

The User may oppose the Administrator’s actions based on Personal Data from cookies for the purposes described above, to the extent that the Administrator’s actions are based on a legitimate interest (such situations are specified above).

Additionally, at any time, the User may change the scope of the use of cookie technology and withdraw the previously expressed consent – however, this will not affect the legality of actions that were carried out based on consent before its withdrawal and communication, to which we obtained additional consent (e.g., web push).

In case of doubts as to the scope of the use of cookies and the use of information obtained using them, you can contact the Administrator – contact details are provided in point I of the Policy.

8. WHAT TYPES OF COOKIES DO WE USE AND ARE THEY HARMFUL?

Cookies used on a given Website are not harmful to the User or the End Device used by them.

Cookies we use may be temporary or permanent. Temporary cookies are deleted when the browser is closed, while permanent cookies are also stored after the end of the Website session and used to store information such as your Password and Login, which speeds up and facilitates the use of the Website.

As part of the Website, the following are used:

a. essential cookies enabling the use of services available within the Website, e.g.: authentication cookies used for services that require authentication within the Website;

b. cookies used to ensure safety, e.g.: to detect fraud in the registration within the Website;

c. so-called performance cookies, enabling the collection of information about the manner of using the Website;

d. “functional” cookies, allowing the “remembering” of settings selected by the user as well as personalising the user interface.

9. HOW LONG WILL THE INFORMATION COLLECTED BY COOKIES BE STORED?

Depending primarily on the purposes and legal basis for the processing of personal data collected by cookies, they may be stored for a different period. In the case of web push communication – as a rule, it will be conducted until you resign from this form of contact with us (withdrawal of consent).

Personal data collected by cookies regarding the User who is not a Customer of the On-line Store (i.e., who in particular has not placed an Order or does not have an Account) will be stored until an objection is raised. The Administrator may delete personal data if they are not used for marketing or other legitimate purposes (such as statistical analyses) for 3 years unless the law obliges the Administrator to process personal data for a longer period.

Part of personal data may be stored longer in case the User has any claims against the Administrator or to pursue claims by the Administrator or defend against claims (including third parties) for the period of their limitation specified by law, in particular the Civil Code.

In any case, a longer period for the storage of Personal Data is decisive. More information about the processing of personal data can be found in the Privacy Policy.

10. COOKIES USED BY THE WEBSITE 

TYPE DESCRIPTION EXPIRATION TIME
PAGECACHE_ENV Needed to display the correct version of the page to the User. 1 day
frontend Stores the User’s session ID of the Website. 1 day
cookies_accepted Created when you read the notice on the use of cookies by the website. Needed to hide the message from Visitors who have already read the message. 365 days
userCountry Stores information about the User’s country, obtained from the location of the IP address. 365 days
geo_store_switch_popup[country-code] Where [country-code] is the country code that was resolved from the User’s IP address. The cookie determines whether a popup with a suggestion to change the Website to the appropriate one for the location of the User’s IP address was displayed. Associated with userCountry cookie. 365 days
ygc Contains the User identification code for marketing purposes. 365 days

The table is regularly updated in terms of tools used by the Administrator. We make every effort to ensure that the table takes into account all cookies currently used by us. However, they will always be cookies used for similar purposes, which you will find in the table. If you want to be up-to-date with the list of cookies we use, we recommend checking the current content of the Policy regularly.

11. THIRD-PARTY COOKIES

Cookies used by the Administrator are primarily used to optimize the User’s service when using a given Website. However, the Administrator also cooperates with other companies that provide tools to help combat ad fraud as well as in the scope of their marketing activities. For the purpose of this cooperation, the browser or other software installed on the User’s End Device also saves cookies from entities conducting such marketing activities, which may become administrators of the User’s Personal Data or act as co-administrators of personal data together with the Administrator. Cookies sent by these entities are to ensure the security of the use of the Website.

As part of marketing activities, the Administrator uses the services of the following entities that use cookies on the Website:

Entity Link to Privacy Notice
Facebook Ireland https://www.facebook.com/privacy/explanation
Google Ireland https://policies.google.com/privacy?gl=pl  https://support.google.com/searchads/answer/7298761?hl=pl

https://support.google.com/analytics/topic/2919631?hl=pl&ref_topic=1008008

LinkedIn https://pl.linkedin.com/legal/privacy-policy

 

The Website uses the following cookies:

Cookies Purpose Lifetime Information collected by the Website
smuuid Anonymous visit tracking cookie. It is assigned to each visitor of the website 10 years Unique identifier – The cookie itself does not contain any information enabling to identify the contact and learn, for example, the personal data of the person entering the website – the connection to the contact card takes place only within SALESmanago [privacy policy https://www.salesmanago.pl/marketing-automation/polityka_antyspamowa_salesmanago_marketing_automation.htm]
smclient An identification cookie, assigned to identified monitored contacts 10 years The cookie itself does not contain any information enabling to identify the contact and learn, for example, the personal data of the person entering the website – the connection to the contact card takes place only within SALESmanago [privacy policy https://www.salesmanago.pl/marketing-automation/polityka_antyspamowa_salesmanago_marketing_automation.htm]
smevent An identification cookie, assigned to identified monitored contacts 12h by default The cookie stores information about the purchase event and is reset during the PURCHASE event
smform A cookie for contact forms and pop-ups 10 years The cookie contains information about the behaviour of forms and popups – the number of visits, the timestamp of the last visit, and information about whether the pop-up has been closed/minimized.
smg A cookie identifying the user 10 years The cookie gives the user a random UUID
smvr A cookie that stores information about visits to the website 1 day The cookie is encoded by base64 and stores information about visits and views
smwp A cookie storing consent form information to receive Web Push notifications 10 years The cookie contains true/false information about consent to receive Web Push notifications
smrcrsaved A cookie that saves information whether the person with a given smclient cookie is saved in SALESmanago (deprecated) 10 years The cookie contains true/false information about the person saved in SALESmanago with a specific smclient
smOViewsPopCap The cookie saves pop-up display limit information 1 year The cookie determines the limit with SM: X, where a number is inserted in place of X.
smcfds  The cookie stores information about forms displayed on the website (Web Push) 1 day The cookie contains information about the interaction with the Web Push consent form
_smps The cookie stores information about the pop-ups displayed on the page The cookie stores information about pop-ups – visits, information about whether the pop-up should show up again and whether it is a new session
_smvs  The cookie stores information about the first visits to the website 10 years The cookie contains information about the source of the visit to the website, broken down by source types

List of parameters:

  • smclient (monitored contact ID)
  • smconv (email sending ID from the SALESmanago system),
  • smlid (ID of the link that the contact clicked on),
  • smpid (product ID in dynamic emails sent from SALESmanago),

In addition, UTM (Google Analytics) parameters are added to the links.

UTM allows you to track in Google Analytics inputs, events, conversions, or other activities of Users through the source, medium and name of the campaign. This allows Google Analytics to tell you where clicks are coming from and what campaign directed clicks to your site. The typical use of UTM code is to create a unique URL for each campaign. The created URL or set of URLs can then be assigned to any marketing campaign that directs users to the site. This allows Google Analytics to track data, allowing you to benchmark traffic and conversions for each campaign source.

UTM parameters are used by us for the automated processing of Personal Data and profiling.

Data is transferred and processed to/by: Google Ireland Limited (registration number: 368047 / VAT: IE6388047V), Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland, as described here: https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=pl

Additional data retrieved from the HTTP/HTTPS protocol

  • The request sent in the HTTP protocol also contains several other useful data – SALESmanago reads them and adds them to the behavioural profile of a particular identified person. Such data shall include:
    the browser and operating system used by the contact,
  • information about the source of input – information provided in the so-called reference, from which website the user was referred to our monitored page,
  • information about searched phrases – if the contact does not use search engines in encrypted mode, information on which key phrase the user has found our website is transmitted to SALESmanago. In the case of Google, the user cannot be logged into his Gmail account – then the search engine enters the protected mode and does not pass this information outside (the same limitation has e.g., Google Analytics).

More information about the cookies of these entities and the relationship with the Administrator can be found in their privacy policies.

12. HOW TO DELETE/BLOCK COOKIES?

The User may change the use of cookies by managing the scope of the use of cookie technology and the consent expressed within the Settings of our Website (depending on the current solutions introduced by the Administrator or by changing the browser settings (depending on the current solutions introduced by the Administrator).

If you use your browser settings, the method of deleting cookies varies depending on the web browser used. Information on how to delete cookies should be found in the “Help” tab of the selected web browser. The deletion of cookies is not the same as the deletion of personal data by the Administrator obtained through cookies.

For example, in Internet Explorer, cookies can be modified as follows: Tools -> Web Options -> Privacy; in Mozilla Firefox: Tools -> Options -> Privacy; and in Google Chrome: Settings -> Show advanced settings -> Privacy -> Site Settings -> Cookies and Site Data. The access paths may vary depending on the browser version you are using.

Detailed information about managing cookies on a mobile phone or other mobile devices can be found in the user manual/instructions for use of a given End Device.

It is also possible to block third-party cookies with the simultaneous acceptance of cookies used directly by the Administrator (option “block third-party websites cookies”).

13. WHAT WILL BE THE CONSEQUENCES OF DELETING OR BLOCKING COOKIES?

In the case of cookies aimed at facilitating or improving the use of the Website, limiting their use in a given device may affect the functioning of the Website, for example, may be associated with the inability to maintain a login session, and in some cases may also significantly hinder the use of the Website.

 

III. CAN THIS POLICY BE CHANGED AND HOW WILL YOU BE NOTIFIED?

The Administrator may change the Policy in the future. Each time, it will include information about such a change on the website. With each change, the latest version of the Policy will appear with a new date.

 

IV. EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE CURRENT VERSION OF THE PRIVACY POLICY.

This version of the Policy is valid from 2022-10-28.

 


Annexe No. 2 – Principles of processing Personal Data for e-mail correspondence other than the Newsletter

The Administrator of your Personal Data is the entity indicated in point II of this Policy.

The exchange of e-mail correspondence (sending, but also receiving correspondence) involves the processing of your Personal Data.

What Personal Data do we process?

By sending us an e-mail, you provide us with all Personal Data contained in this e-mail, yours in particular, but also of all other recipients of such a message. In addition, you provide us with the address of your Internet domain. If you put your name, surname, address, or phone number in the footer, it will also be processed by us, as well as all other Personal Data that you include in this message. The scope of the Personal Data provided to us is entirely at your discretion.

If it was our employees who sent you the first message, it means that we already had your e-mail address or even other personal data.

On what grounds and for what purpose do we process data?

If it was our employees who sent you the first message, it means that we process your personal data:

  • because you provided us with them earlier, e.g., in connection with the concluded contract (Article 6 (1)(b) of the GDPR, i.e., the necessity to perform the concluded contract;
  • because you have agreed to correspondence, e.g. by providing your email address on the website, providing us with a business card or subscribing to our mailing, to conclude a contract, take actions aimed at concluding a contract or for marketing purposes (Article 6 (1)(a) of the GDPR, i.e. the data subject has provided consent to the disclosure of their personal data for one or more specific purposes),
  • in order to determine the existence of a legal relationship, establish, defend and pursue claims that may arise within the framework of the relationship between you (or entities related to you) and the Administrator of the legal relationship, and other purposes that are necessary to implement the Administrator’s legitimate interests – legal basis: (Article 6 (1)(f) of the GDPR, i.e. a legitimate interest pursued by the Administrator or by a third party.

If you sent the message, you agreed to the processing of Personal Data contained in this e-mail (Article 6 (1)(a) of the GDPR, i.e., the data subject has provided consent to the disclosure of their personal data for one or more specific purposes.

How long will we process your personal information?

As a rule, we will process your data depending based on processing until the consent to processing is withdrawn, for the duration of the contract, and in the case of legitimate interests of the Administrator – until an objection is raised, unless the law will oblige us to process these data for a longer period or we will store them longer in the event of potential claims, for the period of their limitation specified by law, in particular the Civil Code, or for other purposes resulting from the implementation of our legitimate interests. In any case, a longer period for the storage of Personal Data is decisive.

You shall keep in mind that:

1. Information about who may be the recipient of your data can be found in Chapter VI. of the Privacy Policy,

2. Information on whether your Personal Data is also transferred to third countries (outside the European Economic Area) can be found in Chapter VII. of the Privacy Policy,3. Information about your rights in connection with the processing of your Personal Data by the Administrator can be found in Chapter VIII. of the Privacy Policy,

 


Annexe No. 3 – Principles of processing Personal Data in connection with the Webinar

The Administrator of your Personal Data is the entity indicated in point II of this Policy.

Signing up for the Webinar organized by the Administrator involves the processing of your Personal Data.

What Personal Data do we process?

By subscribing to our Webinar, you provide us with your Personal Data, which we ask for in a dedicated questionnaire. Usually, these are: name, surname, and e-mail address.

On what grounds and for what purpose do we process data?

  • Since you have subscribed to our Webinar and provided us with your Personal Data, we will process it in connection with the conclusion and performance of the contract for conducting such a Webinar (Article 6 (1)(b) of the GDPR, i.e., the necessity to perform the concluded contract;
  • If you have agreed to receive commercial offers, the Administrator will process your Personal Data for marketing purposes (Article 6 (1)(a) of the GDPR, i.e., the data subject has provided consent to the disclosure of their personal data for one or more specific purposes),
  • in order to determine the existence of a legal relationship, establish, defend and pursue claims that may arise within the framework of the relationship between you (or entities related to you) and the Administrator of the legal relationship, and other purposes that are necessary to implement the Administrator’s legitimate interests – legal basis: (Article 6 (1)(f) of the GDPR, i.e. a legitimate interest pursued by the Administrator or by a third party.

How long will we process your personal information?

As a rule, we will process your data depending based on processing until the consent to processing is withdrawn, for the duration of the contract, and in the case of legitimate interests of the Administrator – until an objection is raised, unless the law will oblige us to process these data for a longer period or we will store them longer in the event of potential claims, for the period of their limitation specified by law, in particular the Civil Code, or for other purposes resulting from the implementation of our legitimate interests. In any case, a longer period for the storage of Personal Data is decisive.

You shall keep in mind that:

4. Information about who may be the recipient of your data can be found in Chapter VI of the Privacy Policy,

5. Information on whether your Personal Data is also transferred to third countries (outside the European Economic Area) can be found in Chapter VII of the Privacy Policy,

6. Information about your rights in connection with the processing of your Personal Data by the Administrator can be found in Chapter VIII of the Privacy Policy,

 


Annexe No. 4 – Information clauses on the processing of Personal Data related to the conclusion and performance of commercial contracts

A. For contractors:

1. The Administrator of the Personal Data obtained in connection with the implementation of the cooperation is Integra sp. z o.o. S.K. with its registered office in Poznań, ul. Polska 114, 60-401, District Court Poznań [Sąd Rejonowy Poznań] – Nowe Miasto i Wilda in Poznań, VIII Commercial Division [Wydział Gospodarczy], National Court Register [KRS] No. 0000623097, Tax Identification Number [NIP] 781-19-29-673, National Official Business Register [REGON]: 364702071, e-mail: office@integrainternational.pl or telephone number: (+48) 45 117 87 36.

2. You can contact the Data Protection Officer via e-mail: office@integrainternational.pl;

3. Personal data will be processed to:

    • performance of the concluded contract and the legal basis for processing is the performance of the contract to which you are a party or taking action at your request before the conclusion of the contract Article 6 [1][b]) of the GDPR;
    • pursuing possible claims and defending against them, which is a legitimate interest of the administrator Article 6 (1)(f) of the GDPR;
    • for tax and accounting purposes, under the Act on Accounting and Tax Ordinance Article 6 (1)(c) of the GDPR;

4. In addition to the entities listed in Chapter VI. of the Privacy Policy, your Personal Data may be transferred to bodies authorized to receive them based on legal provisions, persons cooperating based on civil law contracts with the Administrator, if it results from the scope of their competence (e.g. companies providing repair and service services) and entities providing legal and advisory services to the Administrator, as well as service and maintenance of IT systems and software,

5. Information on whether your Personal Data is also transferred to third countries (outside the European Economic Area) can be found in Chapter VII. of the Privacy Policy,

6. Personal data will be stored for the duration of the contract, and then for the period required by law for tax settlements and limitation of possible claims

7. Information about your rights in connection with the processing of your Personal Data by the Administrator can be found in Chapter VIII. of the Privacy Policy,

8. Providing Personal Data is voluntary but is a prerequisite for the performance of the contract.

B. For employees of the contractor

1. The Administrator of the Personal Data obtained in connection with the implementation of the cooperation is Integra sp. z o.o. S.K. with its registered office in Poznań, ul. Polska 114, 60-401, District Court Poznań [Sąd Rejonowy Poznań] – Nowe Miasto i Wilda in Poznań, VIII Commercial Division [Wydział Gospodarczy], National Court Register [KRS] No. 0000623097, Tax Identification Number [NIP] 781-19-29-673, National Official Business Register [REGON]: 364702071, e-mail: office@integrainternational.pl or phone number: (+48) 45 117 87 36.

2. You can contact the Data Protection Officer via e-mail: office@integrainternational.pl;

3. Personal data will be processed to:

    •  performance of the concluded contract and the legal basis for processing is the performance of the contract to which you are a party or taking action at your request before the conclusion of the contract Article 6 [1][b]) of the GDPR;
    • pursuing possible claims and defending against them, which is a legitimate interest of the administrator Article 6 (1)(f) of the GDPR;
    • for tax and accounting purposes, under the Act on Accounting and Tax Ordinance Article 6 (1)(c) of the GDPR;

4. Your Personal Data has been provided to us by our Contractor with whom you are bound by the contract. The categories of data provided to us are as follows: Name and surname, telephone number, e-mail address, position in the corporation, affiliation with the Contractor or any other, the transfer of which should be informed by the Contractor.

5. In addition to the entities listed in Chapter VI. of the Privacy Policy, your Personal Data may be transferred to bodies authorized to receive them based on legal provisions, persons cooperating based on civil law contracts with the Administrator, if it results from the scope of their competence (e.g. companies providing repair and service services) and entities providing legal and advisory services to the Administrator, as well as service and maintenance of IT systems and software,

6. Information on whether your Personal Data is also transferred to third countries (outside the European Economic Area) can be found in Chapter VII. of the Privacy Policy,

7. Personal data will be stored for the duration of the contract, and then for the period required by law for tax settlements and limitation of possible claims

8. Information about your rights in connection with the processing of your Personal Data by the Administrator can be found in Chapter VIII. of the Privacy Policy,

9. Providing Personal Data is voluntary but is a prerequisite for the performance of the contract.