RODO and Cookies

RODO – information obligation

According to art. 13 of 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 (4.5.2016 L 119 / 38 Official Journal of the European Union EN) we would like to inform you that the administrator of your personal data is:

Target Michał Szymankiewicz
NIP 1130224336
ul. Radzymińska 68/72 lok. 24,
03-752 Warsaw.

We will process personal data for the purpose of providing sales or contract performance services pursuant to art. 6 par. 1 letter b (GDP), and to the extent that the provision of data is optional – on the basis of the consent expressed by you (Article 6 (1) (a) and the RODO).

We will process personal data during the provision of services or the duration of the contract. The period of processing personal data may be extended each time for a period of limitation of claims, if the processing of personal data will be necessary to assert any claims or defend against such claims.
The recipients of the services have the right to access the data contents and demand their rectification, deletion, processing restrictions, the right to transfer data and the right to object to the processing of data.

Data for contact with the Administrator:

  • by mail – Target Michał Szymankiewicz ul. Radzymińska 68/72/24, 03-752 Warsaw
  • or by email –

The Recipient is entitled to file a complaint to the supervisory body, ie the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection.
Personal data. Recipients of services will not be subject to profiling.

Personal data of the Recipient of services, the Administrator may provide:
1. persons authorized by the Administrator – employees, co-workers who must have access to data to perform their duties,
2. entities that provide the Company with activities requiring data processing such as: receivables recovery, legal services,
3. postal operators and couriers;
4. banks in the scope of payments;
5. the authorities entitled to receive your data on the basis of legal provisions.

Our website uses cookies

In accordance with the Act of November 16, 2012 and the changes of March 22, 2013, we explain the rules and how to collect, process and use information about users of the site contained in cookies.

1. Cookies
During visits to our website, code snippets called cookies (“cookies”) are stored on your computer, which are text files corresponding to HTTP requests to our server. The use of cookies is the accepted practice of most websites. They are used to ensure optimal service of your visit on our website and enable faster and easier access to information. Cookies are not used to process personal data, and their content does not allow the user to be identified, tracked or navigated. Stored information or accessing it does not change the configuration of your device and the software installed on it. If you do not agree to saving and receiving information in cookies, you can change the rules for cookies using the settings of your web browser.

2. Data collection
Data collected in cookies is standard information such as:
– public IP address from which the content on our website is viewed,
– the time of arrival of the inquiry,
– time to send a response,
– client station name – identification carried out by the HTTP protocol,
– information about errors that occurred during HTTP implementation,
– URL address of the page previously visited by the user (referrer link), in the case when the transition to our site was made by the link,
– information about the user’s browser.

3. Use of data
This site uses Google Analytics and other analytical tools that help in the occasional study of how users use this site. These tools use cookies to collect the standard information listed above. These data are completely anonymous. Cookies can not be used to obtain data from your hard drive, your e-mail address or personal data concerning you. These data are not made available to third parties. Cookies can also be sent from the servers of the websites to which we refer.

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