Privacy Policy

 

Website privacy policy
mens-pants.eu
(Is valid from: 25 May 2018 r.)

 

Dear User!

Every day we make sure that the use of our services and services is comfortable and safe for you. For this reason, we provide you with important information about the use of data collected during your visits to our websites or when using our online and offline services.

We know how important privacy and security are. In the Privacy Policy that we provide you, we explain what data and what we collect and how we process it so that you can be sure that we are safe with us. This Privacy Policy applies to the use of the website functioning at: (https://mens-pants.eu/), which in the further part of the Privacy Policy is called "Website" or interchangeably "Website".

1. WHO IS AN ADMINISTRATOR OF YOUR DATA?

The administrator of personal data is Zakład Krawiecki Bronisława Szczygieł with its registered office at ul. Ludowa 6, 30-544 Kraków NIP: 679-100-71-76

As regards the website https://mens-pants.eu/ belonging to the company Zakład Krawiecki Bronisława Szczygieł, szczygiel@szczygiel.pl, the administrator of the data collected on the aforementioned website is Zakład Krawiecki Bronisława Szczygieł. As an administrator of personal data (ADO), Zakład Krawiecki Bronisława Szczygieł undertakes to perform an informational duty towards users of the website and to handle user requests regarding the processing of their personal data.

In all matters regarding the protection of personal data, you can contact us at the email address szczygiel@szczygiel.pl.

In the scope of data collected automatically described in point 2.3. Privacy Policy, the administrators of your data may also be our Partners indicated in point 11 of the Privacy Policy. A full list of our Partners along with information about their Privacy Policies can be found (here).



2. HOW WE COLLECT YOUR DATA IN WHICH PURPOSE?

2.1 General information

Cooperation with us or using our Services may involve the need to provide your personal data to us. We keep downloaded data in strict confidentiality and use only for the purposes that we have informed you about. Thanks to various selection options, you decide what data you provide and what data we can use.



2.2 Data collected during contact with the company

In order to use some of the functions of our Website, you must use the form, for example when you send a query, or if you want to contact us by sending us a message via e-mail. When filling out the contact form, we will ask you for your personal details. We need this data to provide you with the service you intend to use. If you send us a message directly to an email address, we will process your data provided in the message to provide the services described in the regulations of the Website.

If you express your separate consent, we will also process the data you provide for marketing purposes of our and our Partners or other cooperating entities.



2.3 Data collected automatically

During your visit to the Website, as well as in the situation. When you use the Website, we collect and collect information such as: your IP address, request URL, domain name, device ID, browser type, browser language, number of clicks, amount of time spent on individual pages, date and time of using the Website, the type and version of the operating system, screen resolution, data collected in the server logs, and other similar information. You can read more about this topic in point 8 of the Privacy Policy.

The above data (ie data collected in the scope of the Website) will be used to carry out the transmission of messages on the Services and in the Mobile Applications as well as to provide the service requested by you.

Notwithstanding the foregoing, we will use data collected automatically to personalize the content and advertising of our goods or services, while this will take place within external websites as part of remarketing (for more information, see sections 8 and 9 of the Privacy Policy. to be used for profiling.

The data collected automatically will also be used to study traffic on the pages of our Website, measure the effectiveness of advertising and measure the popularity of the Website, its individual sections and the individual materials posted on them. This data will also be used for market and opinion research



2.4 Other data

When you provide us with your data in order to conclude a contract, we will process your data in order to conclude a contract and then to execute it, if the contract is concluded.

When you contact us in order to perform various activities or obtain information (eg placing an order, inquiry, complaint, etc.) using a website, telephone or e-mail, we will again require you to provide us with your personal data for confirmation Your identity and the possibility of return contact. This applies to the same personal information you previously provided. However, it may happen that due to the nature of your request or request, we will have to download other data from you. You provide the above data is not mandatory, but it is necessary to carry out activities or obtain information that interests you. We will process the above-mentioned data in order to perform the actions requested by you or to provide you with the information that you ask - depending on which situation takes place.

If the individual actions on which you contact us will have their own information notice regulating the issues of your data processed by us, then this note, as regards the content regulated in it, will take precedence over the information provided in this Privacy Policy. The remaining Privacy Policy will apply to the rest.



3. ON WHAT BASE WE PROCESS YOUR DATA?

We process all data collected by us in accordance with the purpose for which it was collected and on the basis of applicable law. The basis that authorizes us to process your personal data may be:

  • Your consent ,
  • contract concluded between us,
  • legal obligation,
  • a legitimate interest pursued by us or by a third party. 

 

3.1 Data processing based on consent

Whenever we will ask you for consent to the processing of your personal data, your legal consent will be the legal basis for us to process your data.

In some cases, you can give consent by entering data in fields marked as optional. In this case, we will process this data for the purposes described in these fields, e.g. by providing a telephone number, you consent to contacting our site in this way in order to submit an offer for you to provide services via a phone call or text message.

We will ask you for permission to process, including profiling your personal data, to match content, ads and other services on the Website and on the Internet, by us and by our Partners. You can read more about this topic in point 8 of the Privacy Policy.

If you agree, we will also send you by phone (e.g. via text or mms) or electronically trading information about our goods and services or goods or services of our Partners or cooperating entities.



3.2 Data processing based on a contract

We will process your data when it is necessary to conclude a contract for which you are a party or if it is necessary to take action on your request before concluding a contract.



3.3 Legal obligation

In certain specific situations, we must process your data due to the need to comply with our legal obligations.

These will be situations in which we must store your data, eg data resulting from invoices issued for tax-related reasons, or data provided by you in connection with the execution of the order, service, product sold at the selected time.



3.4 A legitimate interest pursued by us or by a third party

Your data will be processed by us when it is necessary for purposes arising from legally justified interests carried out by us or by third parties.

However, we will not process your personal data in a situation where it appears that the superior character of our interests and the above-mentioned the interests of a third party will have your interests or your fundamental rights and freedoms.

For the above reasons, we would like to inform you that based on our legitimate interest, we will process your data for the publication of non-profiled ads for our goods and services, as well as for the purposes of claiming and defending claims, for evidentiary and archival purposes.

On the same basis, we will also process your personal data collected automatically in the Website in order to ensure the security of the session, ensure the quality of the session and provide all functions of our Website.

On the basis of our legitimate interest, we will also process your personal data for analytical purposes, which will consist in examining and analyzing traffic in our Website, conducting market research and surveys. We perform these tests on our own or outsource to external research companies. The research results are aggregated and, as a rule, anonymised.



4. IS DATA TERMING OBLIGATORY?

In the case of the conclusion and performance of the contract, we collect only the data without which the contract can not be performed. Failure to provide the data necessary to conclude and perform the contract will result in that we will not be able to conclude or perform it with you. This also applies to data that we need to collect due to the legal obligation imposed on us (eg invoice details).

In a situation where we obtain your consent for the processing of personal data, it is completely voluntary. If you do not give your consent, which we ask for then we will not take action that this consent concerns. You can withdraw your consent at any time. Withdrawal of consent, however, does not affect the lawfulness of processing by us of your personal data, which we made on the basis of consent before its withdrawal.



5. COME WE WILL ENABLED YOUR PERSONAL DATA?

In some situations, we pass your personal data to third parties. The recipients of your data are:

  • our authorized employees and associates who, your personal information will be disclosed so that they can perform their duties,
  • entities to which we outsource services related to the processing of personal data (processors), for example, entities providing analytical services and opinion polls on the Internet, entities performing mailing campaigns, advertising agencies,
  • our Partners listed in point 11 of the Privacy Policy,
  • other data recipients - eg our subcontractors, banks, tax advisors, law firms, courier companies if it is necessary to perform the service ordered by you or deliver the purchased product,
  • public authorities, including the police, customs chamber, law enforcement agencies, in connection with their proceedings.

 

6. DURATION OF DATA STORAGE

The period of data storage is related to the purposes and fundamentals of processing.

If in connection with the execution of the contract concluded with us or in connection with the use of our Website, you acquire a good or service from us, then we will process your data for a period of 6 years due to the provisions of tax law.

In other cases, your data provided to us in connection with your inquiry, e-mail or other contact, to which you agreed, we will keep for a maximum period of 6 years due to the time limits for claims.

If we acquire the right from you (eg copyright or license), we will process your data for the entire period during which we are entitled to it or use it.

In the remaining scope, with the exception of cookies data, we will process your data until you withdraw your consent, express objections or until you request the deletion of data, but no longer than for 3 years since your last activity on our Website.

Information resulting from cookies will be stored in the browser of your terminal device for a period of 1 year. You can also delete them yourself at any time using the web browser settings, read more in section 8 of the Privacy Policy.

After the indicated time periods, your personal data will be deleted or anonymized.



7. YOUR RIGHTS

Due to the processing of your data by us, you have a number of rights. You can use them as well as get more explanations by contacting us:

by mail: szczygiel@szczygiel.pl or by correspondence: Zaklad Krawiecki Bronislawa Szczygiel with its registered office at ul. Ludowa 6, 30-544 Krakow NIP: 679-100-71-76

When you contact us, remember to give us your contact details and preferred form and time of contact. Thanks to this, we will be more efficiently answering your questions and requests.

You have:

  • the right to demand from us access to your personal data and the right to rectify it, delete it ("the right to be forgotten"),
  • the right to object to the processing of personal data for the purpose of direct marketing, which causes the cessation of processing by us of your data for direct marketing purposes,
  • from May 25, 2018, the right to raise objections for reasons related to your special situation, if we process your personal data on the basis of a legitimate interest. However, we will continue to process personal data to the extent necessary, if there is a legitimate reason on our side (eg, law enforcement investigation),
  • from May 25, 2018, the right to transfer data processed in connection with the performance of the contract or based on your consent and the right to limit the processing of data,
  • if the basis for the processing of personal data is your consent, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time. Withdrawal of consent does not affect the lawfulness of processing by us of your personal data, which we made on the basis of consent before its withdrawal (for example, in the case of invoices issued).

To exercise your withdrawal permission, you can use the contact e-mail that was provided during the correspondence sent directly to us on the mailbox. You can also use the contact details indicated at the beginning of this section.

If at the entrance to the website of a given Website you agree to cookies and profiling then in the information panel on the Privacy Policy your consent will be recorded automatically in a special checkbox. This checkbox will then be selected. If you would like to withdraw your consent to cookies and profiling, you can do so by marking the above mentioned checkbox.

Withdrawing consent to the processing of personal data from the information panel on the Privacy Policy (in relation to cookies and profiling) will have effect in relation to the entire website.

The withdrawal of a given consent will be tantamount to your resignation from the services we provide in our Website. Such withdrawal of consent in relation to the regulations will mean the removal of personal data provided by you. However, this does not apply if we are entitled to store this data on a different legal basis, eg for the needs of tax authorities (invoices) - in this case, we will continue to store your data on the basis of the contract you have concluded with us and on the basis of a legitimate interest, this also does not apply if you exercise the right to limit the processing of your data.

After withdrawal of consent by e-mail, we will send you confirmation of the impact of your statement of withdrawal without delay. Please be advised that due to the complexity of our IT systems, processing your statement of withdrawal of consent may take up to 2 business days after we receive your confirmation.

You can also withdraw consent to the processing of data by our Partners by following the instructions contained in their individual privacy policies, to which we have included links in point 11 of the Privacy Policy.

If you feel that we are processing your personal data in violation of the law, you can file a complaint with the supervisory body, which deals with the protection of personal data, after 25 May 2018. In Poland it will be after May 25, 2018. The President of the Office for Personal Data Protection, abbreviated PUODO.



The above information about you collected by us and by our Partners may also be used to profile ads and content outside of the Services. This applies especially to the so-called advertising networks that collect and mediate the sale of advertisements on sites with different owners. The advertising networks collect data about users from all websites cooperating with these networks and then use them to display ads best suited to the interests of the recipients.



8. WHAT WE DO USE COOKIES AND OTHER TECHNOLOGIES?

Cookies are short information that our Website or our Partner saves on your computer's disc or your mobile device in the form of text files, thanks to which we are able to calculate how successful this Website is. We also use other technologies of this type, i.e. recording and reading information from localStorage, i.e. data warehouse. We recognize you to find out what information you need and what you are looking for on our Website. We want to know which categories / products / services you visit more often than others, thanks to which we can make our websites more interesting and better to receive. It is you who give us knowledge about the direction in which we should develop, what are your requirements, what is missing, and it seems to you that you should be in a given Website. In addition, cookies and information from localStorage are used by our Website to maintain sessions and user settings (after logging in if there is one), so that the user does not have to re-enter login and password on every subpage of the Website, as well as to create statistics, tests and analyzes that help you understand how users use pages, which allows you to improve their structure and content. As a result of access to data contained in cookies and through the localStorage technology, we obtain the categories of data indicated in section 2.3 during your visit to the Website. Privacy Policy. Cookies and information saved in localStorage in no way destroy or damage the system on your device and files stored on it, or deliberately do not adversely affect its performance or functionality. Identification takes place impersonally, namelessly, and these are data regarding only the manner and form of using the Website.

Due to the storage period on the Website, two basic types of cookies are used: "session" and "persistent" cookies. Session cookies are temporary files that are stored on your terminal until you log out, leave the website or turn off the software (web browser). Persistent cookies are stored on your terminal device for the time specified in the cookie file parameters or until you delete them.

Due to the function, we use the following types of cookies as part of the Website:

  • necessary cookies, enabling the use of services available on the Website, e.g. authentication cookies used for services that require authentication on the Website,
  • cookies used to ensure security, e.g. used to detect fraud in the field of authentication on the Website,
  • performance cookies, enabling the collection of information on the use of Website pages,
  • functional cookies, allowing you to remember the settings you have chosen and to personalize the interface, for example in terms of the language or region you are from, size of the font, appearance of the website, etc.,
  • advertising cookies, enabling you to provide advertising content more tailored to your interests.

Cookies can be used and placed on your end device also by advertisers and partners cooperating with us, which you will read below in section 9 of the Privacy Policy.

The data we obtain using cookies and the localStorage technology, mobile device IDs (IDs) - as a rule - do not allow your identification. In some cases, however, especially when you are a registered user, it is possible to link to you specific information resulting from cookies, localStorage technology, and mobile device IDs.

LocalStorage technology allows you to store cookie-like information in your browser, especially in environments where cookie technology is not working properly or can not work. Items saved using localStorage - unlike cookies - do not have a time limit, so they function until they are deleted at the user's request.

Accepting cookies and localStorage technology is not mandatory to use the Website. We note, however, that the lack of acceptance of some cookies may prevent the proper functioning of the Website to the full extent.

The collected data, if you give your consent, we will use to personalize the content, advertising and other services that are visible on our Website and on the Internet. For the same purposes above the data will also be used by our Partners listed in point 11 of this Privacy Policy.

You can agree to store cookies and information stored in the localStorage technology on your device and to use them in the manner described above in two ways. One of them is the possibility of giving consent by selecting consent in the window regarding the consent for cookies, which will appear when entering our Website. The second way is to change the settings of the web browser you use, i.e. browser settings that allow you to accept cookies and localStorage technology or, respectively, no changes to those already existing after receiving the information above, which means you agree to receive and use by us and ours Partners of the above technology in the manner described above.

You can also specify the option of storing or accessing cookies and information stored in localStorage technology at any time using the software settings installed on your device.

In order for us to permanently remember your decision about not agreeing to our use of cookies and localStorage for the purposes described above, we are forced to write on your device a cookie storing such information. If your device's settings do not allow this, the natural question will be asking you for permission.

In order not to receive cookies, use the web browser option used to connect to the Services and select the automatic rejection option. These settings usually also allow you to manage cookies.

Below are links to the sample, official websites of the manufacturers of the most commonly used web browsers, which contains information about the steps needed to change the settings of a given browser in the above described scope:

Internet Explorer

Mozilla Firefox

Google Chrome

Opera

Safari

In order not to allow the localStorage technology to work, it is necessary to disable the browser's cooperation with this technology, which usually takes place in the same way as when resigning from receiving cookies.

To disable localStorage technology, the following actions are also recommended, depending on your browser:

Internet Explorer:

pressing the key combination [Ctrl + Shift + Delete] will bring up a window with options to delete item data. The element '' Cookie files and Web site data '' concerns deleting cookies and localStorage content. From the main menu select Tools -> Internet Options -> "Advanced" tab -> in the "Security" section, deselect "Enable DOM storage".

Mozilla Firefox:

pressing the key combination [Ctrl + Shift + Delete] will bring up a window with options to delete item data. The "cookie" element concerns deleting cookies and localStorage content. in the place for entering the www address enter the command about: config, and then in the line 'dom.storage.enabled' replace the default value 'true' with 'false'.

Google Chrome:

pressing the key combination [Ctrl + Shift + Delete] will bring up a window with options to delete item data. The "Cookies and other site and plug-in data" element concerns the deletion of cookies and localStorage content.

Opera:

from the main menu select Menu -> Settings -> Delete private data. In the dialog, select the items to be deleted. "Delete all cookies" and "Clear fixed inventory" will delete cookies and localStorage content. In the place for entering the www address, enter the opera command: config. The 'localStorage' line should be set to '0' (zero) in the 'Domain Quota Exceeded Handling For LocalStorage' and 'Domain Quota For localStorage' fields.

Safari:

select the menu command Safari -> Preferences (press Cmd +) and then Privacy. in the "Manage site data" site, select one or more sites, then click Delete or Delete all.



Zaklad Krawiecki Bronislawa Szczygiel is not responsible for the content of cookies sent by other websites to which links are placed on the Website.



9. DESCRIPTION OF THE MOST IMPORTANT TOOLS OF COOPERATING ENTITIES, INCLUDING OUR PARTNERS.

In order to provide our services and their improvement and analysis, we also use the services and tools of other entities. These entities pursue our goals, but in certain cases they may also use their website to pursue their own goals and goals of their cooperating entities. A list of entities (other data controllers) which, using the data collected on the Website, accomplish their own goals, are included in point 11 of the Privacy Policy.

Below we present selected information about the services and tools we use that you should know about in terms of the protection of your personal data:



9.1 Analytics

9.1.1 Google Analytics

On our website, we use the Google Analitycs tool provided by Google Inc. ("Google") based in the USA. This is a webanalytic service that is done by Google (Google is a processor here) for our use of cookies. The information generated by cookies about your use of the Website, which description can be found here: https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=pl, are transmitted and stored on a Google server in the USA. Anonymisation takes place immediately after receiving the data, before it is saved. At our request, Google will use the information obtained to verify your use of our services, create reports on their functionality and to provide additional services to our benefit related to the use of digital services or the Internet, in particular Google Analytics reports on services provided according to criteria demographic and interests. The IP address transmitted by your browser as part of Google Analytics will not be linked to other Google data.

 

 

Please be advised that you can prevent the recording of data that was obtained using cookies and data (including the IP address) related to the use of the website by Google, as well as prevent the processing of such data by Google by downloading and installing the browser plug-in available at the following link: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=pl.



9.1.2 HotJar

We can use the HotJar tool provided by Hotjar Ltd, Level 2, St Julians Business Center, 3, Elia Zammit Street, St Julians STJ 1000, Malta, Europe, +1 (855) 464- to save interaction paths with our services and conduct surveys. 6788, support@hotjar.com. It is a tool that anonymously records the activity of randomly selected users in our websites. The data collected by them is analyzed by our UX designers, thus helping to solve problems that users encounter in order to improve the quality of our services. The list of data collected by our partner can be found here: https://www.hotjar.com/privacy. Please be advised that you can opt out of monitoring your activity on the site https://www.hotjar.com/opt-out or by enabling the "do not track" option in the web browser settings. (https://support.mozilla.org/pl/kb/jak-zatrzymac-sledzenie-przez-strony-internetowe, https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/2790761?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=pl)



9.2 Analytics for advertising purposes and to customize content

9.2.1 Facebook pixel

To measure the effectiveness of advertising our services through the Facebook platform and to optimize the ads appearing there, we can use the Facebook Pixel. It is a tool that helps us measure the effectiveness of ads based on the analysis of actions taken by users on our Website. We use the pixel data in the range below:

  • advertising emission among the right group of recipients,
  • creating groups of ad recipients,
  • analyzing what happened as a result of clicking on an ad,
  • using other Facebook advertising tools.

Information about the data collected by our partner can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/business/gdpr#faqs ,in the "What data collects a pixel" tab.



9.2.2 Conversion tracking and the Google AdWords remarketing tag

We use conversion tracking and remarketing to measure the effectiveness of advertising our services through the Google AdWords platform and to optimize the ads appearing there. These are the tools that help us find out what happened after the client's interaction with the ad - whether it ended the action we have identified as valuable. This allows us to optimize the promotional activities we run within the Google AdWords platform. Using tools:

  • We see what keywords, ads, ad groups, and campaigns are most likely to attract valuable customer action,
  • we know our return on investment (ROI) in advertising and make well-thought-out decisions related to advertising expenses,
  • we automatically optimize campaigns in terms of our business goals,
  • we can see how many customers interact with our ads on one device or browser, and convert to another,
  • we can show AdWords ads to people who visited our sites.

Information about the data processed by our partner can be found here: https://policies.google.com/technologies/ads?hl=pl, https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/93148?hl=pl&ref_topic=3119146



9.3 Personalized advertising

9.3.1 Social plugins

With some content on our Website, so-called social plugins for social media such as Facebook, Google+ and Twitter. With these functions, you can share individual content with a friend from social media data or recommend them.

When using these social plugins, such as the Facebook "Like" button, the Google+ or Twitter button, the collected personal data may be collected by these social networks in the manner described below.

While browsing the content of our Website, in which the social plugin has been integrated, the social network service establishes a direct connection to the search engine. Through this social website he receives, among others information that you have visited us from a given IP address or device ID. This happens regardless of whether you are currently logged in or registered at any given social networking site.

If you are simultaneously logged in to a given social network, the social networking site automatically assigns your visit to the website to your profile. Also, when you use social plugins and, for example, you recommend an article or other content, the social network can assign this information to your profile. If you do not want the social network to assign a visit to our website to your user account, you should log out of the site for the duration of using our services.

We indicate that data downloaded in connection with social plugins can only be exchanged between your browser and the social network operator. We do not have any knowledge about the content of downloaded and transmitted data. For this reason, we recommend that you read the current tips regarding the protection of personal data of the social network operators indicated below.

Facebook Ireland Limited, 4 Grand Canal Square, Grand Canal Harbor, Dublin 2 Ireland. Facebook's privacy policy can be found at: https://www.facebook.com/policy.php.

The Google+ button is operated by Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA. The appropriate privacy policy can be found at: http://www.google.com/intl/de/+/policy/+1button.html. You can also use the Twitter services of Twitter Inc., 795 Folsom St., Suite 600.0San Francisco, CA 94107, privacy policy at: http://twitter.com/privacy.



10. PRIVACY OF CHILDREN

The services we offer are not intended for children in general. For these reasons, we would like to inform you that if we find out that we are processing personal data of children under the age of 18 without the consent of legal guardians, we will take appropriate steps to delete the data as soon as possible.

We do not knowingly process personal data of children under the age of 18 without the valid consent of their legal guardians.



11. LIST OF PARTNERS WHO COLLECT THE DATA FOR YOUR OWN CLAIMS (OTHER ADMINISTRATORS)

Below is a list of Partners and their privacy policies, which access data collected automatically through our Website and use this data for their own purposes ("Partners").

Please refer to the list of our Partners available here and its regular review in order to obtain the most up-to-date information about the list of our Partners and their privacy policies.



ADVERTISERS

During advertising campaigns organized by us, some of your data may be obtained by our advertisers. These are usually data collected using cookies and similar technologies that are used to assess the effectiveness of a given advertising campaign.



12. SECURITY

We attach a great measure to the security of personal data processing. We use appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect your data against unauthorized disclosure and access, against accidental or unlawful destruction and loss. No way to send data over the Internet and any method of electronic or physical storage is, however, completely safe.



13. CHANGES IN PRIVACY POLICY

Our offer will expand over time. The technologies, standards and requirements related to doing business on the Internet will also change. This means that in the future we will be able to, and sometimes we will have to, make modifications to the Privacy Policy. With each change, the new version of the Privacy Policy will appear on the websites of the Services together with an appropriate message and will apply in a new wording from the date of notification of its change by placing it in a given Website. All changes will be appropriately highlighted for the first 30 days from the day the changes were made.

For the above reasons, we recommend that you periodically review the Privacy Policy, but you can learn about changing the Privacy Policy from the time of the last review by checking the date of its commencement, which is at the beginning of the document.