1. data protection at a glance – general information The following notes provide a simple overview of what happens to your personal data when you visit our website. Personal data are all data with which you can be personally identified. For detailed information on the subject of data protection, please refer to our data protection declaration listed below this text. Data collection on our website Who is responsible for data collection on this website? The data processing on this website is carried out by the website operator. His contact details can be found in the imprint of this website. How do we collect your data? On the one hand, your data is collected when you provide it to us. This can be data that you enter in a contact form, for example. Other data is automatically collected by our IT systems when you visit the website. These are mainly technical data (e.g. internet browser, operating system or time of the page call). This data is collected automatically as soon as you enter our website. What do we use your data for? Part of the data is collected to ensure that the website is provided without errors. Other data can be used to analyze your user behavior. What rights do you have regarding your data? You have the right to receive information free of charge about the origin, recipient and purpose of your stored personal data at any time. You also have the right to demand the correction, blocking or deletion of this data. For this purpose, as well as for further questions regarding data protection, you can contact us at any time at the address given in the imprint. Furthermore, you have a right of appeal to the responsible supervisory authority.
E-mail: email@example.com Sales tax: Tax identification number pursuant to §27 a of the Sales Tax Act: NIP 587-172-71-85 Responsible for the content pursuant to § 55 Abs. 2 RStV: Beata Berry Ul. Leśna 12C/11, 84-150 Hel, Poland Dispute resolution The European Commission provides an online dispute resolution (OS) platform: https://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr. Our email address can be found in the imprint above. We are not willing or obliged to participate in dispute resolution proceedings before an amicable consumer court.
COOKIE GUIDELINES What is a cookie? A cookie is a small file that stores internet settings. Almost every website uses cookie technology. It is downloaded by your Internet browser the first time you visit a website. The next time you visit this website using the same device, the cookie and the information stored in it is either sent back to the website that generated it (first party cookie) or sent to another website to which it belongs (third party cookie). This enables the website to recognize that you have been visited before with this browser and in some cases varies the content displayed. Some cookies are extremely useful because they can improve the user experience when you revisit a website that you have visited several times before. For example, assuming you are using the same device and browser as before, cookies can remember your preferences for how you use a page and can more relevantly tailor the offers displayed to your personal interests and needs. Manage and delete cookies You have the option of deactivating all cookies in your browser settings at any time. Note: If you deactivate cookies in your browser settings, it is possible that the functions of the website may no longer be fully usable. Categories Depending on their function and purpose, cookies can be divided into four categories: Essential Cookies Functional Cookies Performance Cookies Cookies for marketing purposes Absolutely necessary Cookies Necessary cookies help to make a website usable by enabling basic functions such as page navigation and access to secure areas of the website. The website cannot function properly without these cookies. Functional cookies Functional cookies enable a website to store information that has already been entered (e.g. selection of special features in a configuration) and to offer the user improved, more personalized functions. Functional cookies are used, for example, to enable requested functions such as the playing of videos. These cookies collect anonymous information, they cannot track your movements on other websites. Performance Cookies Performance cookies collect information about how a website is used – such as which pages a visitor most frequently visits and whether he or she receives error messages from a page. These cookies do not store any information that allows the user to be identified. The collected information is aggregated and thus evaluated anonymously. These cookies are only used to improve the performance of a website and thus the user experience. Cookies for marketing purposes Cookies for marketing purposes are used to display advertisements that are relevant to the user and tailored to his or her interests. They are also used to limit the frequency with which an ad appears and to measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns. They register whether a user has visited a website or not. This information may be shared with third parties, such as advertisers. Cookies to improve targeting and advertising are often linked to third-party site functionality.