I. Introductory information.
The administrator of personal data gathered via the website www.neiko.pl is Witold Szozda, conducting business activity as Neiko Print & Publishing Witold Szozda, located in Tarnobrzeg (39-400), ul. Piłsudskiego 20, VAT PL6451515761, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, further referred to as Printshop, conducting this Privacy and Cookies Policy, further referred to as Policy.
The concept of User means depending on the context, the Client, the individual seeking to become a Client or the internet user visiting the website www.neiko.pl.
II. Personal data.
The User, with the aim of using the services offered by the Printshop, may fill in and send an appropriate information request form with first and last name, email, and request, or send correspondence to the Printshop, so that the Printshop can respond with an offer.
The User’s personal data are processed by the Printshop for purposes necessary to realize its services and in the legally supported interest of the company (art. 6 section 1 b and f, GDPR). Data transferred to external parties are used only with the aim of performing other necessary activities, i.e. hosting services, courier and bookkeeping services.
We never pass on User’s data, we don’t sell it nor do we exchange it for marketing purposes.
The User has the right to access their personal data, check or correct it, and also remove it by sending an email to the Printshop address: email@example.com.
Personal data collected by the Printshop can be transferred to authorized government bodies on the basis of existing law.
In connection with the processing of User’s data, the User may raise a complaint to the supervising body.
The Printshop uses cookie files, that is, small text information files that are kept on the User’s end-line device (eg computer, tablet, smartphone). Cookies may be read by the Printshop’s technology system.
The Printshop keeps cookies files on the User’s end-line device, and then gains access to them with the goal of collecting statistics, marketing, and guaranteeing the proper activity of the website.
The Printshop also informs Users that the option exists to configure their search engine to prevent the writing of cookies files on the end-line device of the User.
The Printshop also indicates that cookies files may be removed by the User after their creation by the Printshop by: using an appropriate search engine function, programs used for this purpose or using the appropriate tools available in the operating system used by the User.
The following links offer information about ways to remove cookies from the most popular search engines:
IV. Technology used by the Printshop.
The Printshop uses the technology currently required by GDPR to prevent the capture and modification of personal data sent electronically by unauthorized individuals.
The user may not use the services performed by the Printshop anonymously or under a pseudonym.
In case of questions and opinions related to the Printshop’s Policy we request they be sent to the address: firstname.lastname@example.org.