3. COOKIES and operational data
3.1. Cookies are small text information in the form of text files sent by the server and saved on the website of the visitor of the online store (e.g. on the hard drive of the computer, laptop or on a memory card Smartphone – depending on which device the visitor is using our online shop. Detailed information Cookies, as well as the history of their creation can be found e.g. Here: https://en.wikipedia.org/.
3.2. The Administrator may process the data contained in the cookie files when using the website for the following purposes:
3.2.1. Identification of the recipient's session;
3.2.2. Verification of settings 3.2.3. To customize the contents of the online shop to the individual preferences of the service recipient (e.g. regarding color, font size, page layout) and optimise the use of web shop pages;
3.2.4. Keep Anonymous statistics showing how the online store is used.
3.5. Detailed information on how to change the settings for cookies and their self-removal in the most popular web browsers are available in the Help section of the Internet browser and on the following pages ( Just click on the link):
3.5.1. in Chrome
3.5.2. In Firefox
3.5.3. in Internet Explorer
3.5.4 in Opera
3.6. The Administrator shall also process anonymised operational data related to the use of the online store (IP address, domain) to generate statistics to help administer the online store. This data is aggregated and anonymous, ie. They do not contain identifying features of visitors to the online store. This data is not disclosed to third parties.
4. Basis of data processing
4.1. The provision of personal data by the client or customer is voluntary, albeit not to provide indicated in the online store and in the rules of the online store the personal data necessary for the conclusion and execution of the contract of sale or an electronic service contract results in a lack of possibility of concluding the contract.
4.2. The legal basis for the processing of the data is the implementation of the contract (article 6 (1) (b) of the General Data Protection Regulations, hereinafter GDPR), the implementation of legal obligations arising from the accounting and tax provisions (article 6 paragraph 1 point c GDPR) and the implementation Legitimate interest of the Controller, i.e. the and the implementation of marketing activities (article 6 (1), point F GDPR). The basis for the processing of personal data of the client or customer is the necessity to implement a contract to which it is party or to take action at his request before it is concluded. The processing of personal data of the service recipient or the client is the necessity of implementing the contract to which it is party or taking action before it is concluded. In the case of data processing for direct marketing of own products or services of the Administrator, the basis for such processing is (1) the prior consent of the recipient or the client, or (2) fulfilling legally justified purposes Implemented by the Administrator (pursuant to article 23 (4) of the Personal Data Protection Act for the legally justified purpose is considered in particular direct marketing of its own products or services of the administrator).
5. Right to control, access and correct the content of your data
5.1. The client or customer has the right to access their personal data and correct them.
5.2. Each person shall have the right to control the processing of the data relating thereto contained in the administrator's data set, and in particular the right to: Requests for additions, updates, rectification of personal data, temporary or permanent Withhold their processing or delete them if they are incomplete, outdated, untrue or have been collected in violation of the law or are no longer redundant to fulfill the purpose for which they were collected.
5.3. In the event that the client or customer consents to the processing of data for direct marketing of his own products or services, the consent may be revoked at any time.
5.4. Where the administrator intends to process or process the customer's or client's data for direct marketing of his own products or services to the administrator, the data subject shall also be entitled to (1) a written, Reasoned request for cessation of processing of the data due to its specific situation or to (2) object to the processing of its data.
6. Final provisions
6.2. The Administrator shall apply technical and organisational measures to ensure the protection of processed personal data relevant to the risks and categories of data protected, and in particular protect the data from being made available to persons Unauthorised, taken by the person unauthorizeding, processing in violation of the applicable laws and any change, loss, damage or destruction.
6.3. The Administrator shall provide the following technical measures to prevent persons from acquiring and modifying personal data sent electronically:
6.3.1. Securing a set of data against unauthorized access.
6.3.2. Access to the account only after an individual login and password.