Privacy policy

Section 1 

[Definitions]

The terms listed below and capitalized in the Privacy Policy shall have the following meanings:

  1. Controller shall mean the joint controllers of the Website and of personal data: Woo sp.z o.o. with its registered office in Wroclaw (50-347) based at ul. Grunwaldzka 67, and Bartosz Jedrasiak, pursuing business activities under the name “WOO TO GO Jedrasiak Bartosz” with its registered office in Wroclaw (50-347) based at ul. Grunwaldzka 67, who are responsible for hosting the Website, defining and achieving personal data processing objectives, and also storing the Controller’s Cookies on the Device.
    1. Cookies shall mean IT data, in the form of text files saved and stored the User’s end device, usually bearing the name of the source of origin (including the Website) in its content, storage period on the Device and a unique number. 
    2. Controller’s Cookies are Cookies placed on the Device by the Controller via the Website. 
    3. External Cookies are Cookies placed by third parties, whose services the Controller uses via the Website, designed to enable the Controller to use the services of any such third parties.
    4. Contact Form shall mean any functionality of the Website, allowing the User to send texts and/or content to the Controller. 
    5. Newsletter shall mean bulk mail as transmitted by the Controller subject to terms set out in the Privacy Policy. 
    6. Privacy Policy shall mean this privacy policy.
    7. GDPR shall mean the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC.
    8. Website shall mean the Website at “woothai.pl”.
    9. User shall mean any entity using the Website.
    10. Device shall mean an electronic device through which the User may access the Website.

Section 2

[Using Cookies]

1. The Controller does not collect data automatically, except for data contained in cookies.

2. The Controller uses the following cookies: 

  1. Session cookies that are stored in the Device and remain there until you leave the website. The information stored is then permanently deleted from the Device’s memory;
  2. Permanent cookies that are stored in the User’s end device and remain there until they are deleted. They are not deleted from the Device when the User logs out or turns off the browser.

3. The Controller may use the Controller’s Cookies for: 

  1. the Website traffic analytics;
  2. creating anonymous statistics showing how the User uses the Website;
  3. optimizing the Website on the Device. 

4. The Controller is entitled to use External Cookies to: 

  1. collect general and anonymous statistical data via analytical tools as part of the Google Analytics functionalities (the Controller of these Cookies is Google Inc. based in Mountain View, California, United States),
  2. collect statistical data related to the User’s activity on the Website to display personalized Website advertisements as part of the User’s use of the Facebook services (the Controller of these Cookies is Facebook Inc. with its registered office in Menlo Park, California, United States).

5. The Controller’s Cookies are placed on the Device by the Controller, while External Cookies are placed on the Device by:

  1. Google Inc. based in Mountain View, California, United States. The privacy policy of this Controller is available at the link: https://policies.google.com/privacy;
  2. Facebook Inc. based in Menlo Park, California, United States, the privacy policy of this Controller is available at the link:  https://www.facebook.com/policy.php.

6. If cookies hold personal data, the entities listed in section five hereinabove shall be the controllers of personal data (within the meaning of the GDPR) contained in External Cookies.

Section 3

[Changing And Disabling Cookies By The User]

  1. Normally, the software used on the Device to browse the Website allows cookies to be stored on the Device by default.
  2. The User may at any time change the settings for Cookies by limiting or disabling their access to the Device. If you use this option, you will not be prevented from using the Website. 
  3. The User has been given an option to define the principles governing (also limiting or disabling) the access of Cookies to the Device using the settings of his web browser or other software used to browse the Website. 
  4. Detailed information on how to change the settings for cookies (including limiting or disabling their storage or their removal by the User) is available in the User’s manual of a web browser or software, or otherwise, in the right section or tab of any such browser or software which offers help on how to use the browser or software. 

Section 4

[Collecting Anonymous Technical and Operating Data ]

1. By using the server software and its functionalities, the Controller collects entirely anonymous technical and operational data that are necessary or helpful for the operation of the Website. In particular, the following data may be stored on the server: data regarding inquiries and responses exchanged between the Website server and the Device; information about errors occurring in the implementation of such device communication; the URL address of the page previously visited by the User; information about the IP address of the Device with which the Website server exchanges data. 

2. The data specified in section one hold no information identifying the User or any person identifiable as the User.

Section 5

[Forms]

1. The Controller provides functionality on the Website in the form of a Contact Form. It is one of the possible ways of contact between the User and the Controller. 

2. The use of the Contact Form by the User is optional. The Controller collects information, including personal data provided voluntarily by the User in the content of the Contact Form to:

  1. communicate with the User and answer questions asked by the User, should the User contact the Controller and provide the data to obtain answers to questions about the Controller’s activities;
  2. enter into, perform and settle any contract or other legal relationship with the User, if the User sends data in conjunction with any such agreement or legal relationship or if they be required to enter into any such contract or legal relationship.

3. The data provided by the User via the Contact Form is not used for any purpose other than that described in section two above. The data shall not be transferred to any third party, unless the Controller obtains the User’s prior consent to transfer any such data.

4. The data provided via the Contact Form is stored no longer than until the end of communication with the User, in the case referred to in section 2 (i) above, whereas in the case referred to in section 2 (ii) above, the data is stored for a length of time necessary for the performance of the contract, settlement and limitation of claims under a contract or legal relationship, as well as for the performance of tax and accounting obligations.

Section 6

[Newsletter]

1. The Controller provides functionality on the Website allowing the User to subscribe to the list of Newsletter recipients. 

2. The Newsletter may hold marketing or information content concerning the Website, the Controller, their activities and services offered, promotions or contests, as well as other forms of promoting the Controller’s activities.

3. The User subscribes to the list of Newsletter recipients only based on the User’s consent to receive mail transmitted by the Newsletter, by providing the User’s first and last names and e-mail address to which the Newsletter will be sent. Accordingly, the User checks the right box in the declaration, thereby expressing consent to receive the Newsletter. The consent referred to in the previous sentence is optional, but it is necessary to receive mail as part of the Newsletter. 

4. The User may at any time withdraw their consent to receive the Newsletter by clicking the right link embedded in each and every message sent as part of the Newsletter. 

5. The data provided by the User so that they may be added to the list of Newsletter recipients and consenting to receive mail as part of the Newsletter will be used by the Controller only to send mail to the User in so far it is provided under section two above and the data will not be made available to any third parties. These data will be stored only for the duration of the consent for the mail to be transmitted as referred to in section three whereas the Newsletter will be sent to the User only for as long as any such period should last. 

Section 7

[Access to Data]

1. The data provided by the User to the Controller via the Website functionalities are made available to external entities only within limits permitted by law and subject to the terms described in each of the Website functionalities, enabling the transfer of data (sections 2, 5 and 6 of the Privacy Policy). 

2. The Controller may make the User’s data collected through the Website functionalities available to authorized judicial authorities or public administration authorities, based on the requests of these authorities under the provisions of generally applicable law. 

Section 8

[Information Clause]

In order to comply with the obligation imposed in Article 13 of the GDPR, the Controller shall give notice that: 

1. The joint controllers of your personal data are Woo sp.z o.o. with its registered office in Wroclaw (50-347) at ul. Grunwaldzka 67 and Bartosz Jedrasiak pursuing business activities under the name “WOO TO GO Jedrasiak Bartosz” with its registered office in Wroclaw (50-347) at ul. Grunwaldzka 67. These entities have jointly determined the purposes and means of processing and undertake joint marketing activities under Article 26 (1) of the GDPR; Woo sp.z o.o. with its registered office in Wroclaw (50-347) at ul. Grunwaldzka 67, e-mail address: biuro@woothai.pl shall be held responsible for any contact respecting the control of personal data and protection of any such data.

2. The terms and substance of the contracts governing the joint control of data shall be made available on request to the e-mail address in section one above;

3. Your personal data (also as a User) will be processed so that we may:

  1. communicate with you and thus answer your questions, whereby your data will be processed under Article 6 (1) (b) and Article 6 (1) (f) of the GDPR, and
  2. enter into, perform and settle a contract or other legal relationship with you, if you send your data in conjunction with any such agreement or legal relationship, including to enter into any such agreement or legal relationship, whereby your data will be processed under Article 6 (1) (b) of the GDPR;
  3. control the database and clauses expressing your consent to receive mail as part of the Newsletter, marketing of the Controller’s services and products, as part of the legitimate interests pursued by joint controllers, whereby your data will be processed under Article 1 (f) of the GDPR and Article 6 (1) (a) of the GDPR.

4. Your personal data will be stored for a period:

  1. no longer than until the end of communication with you, in the case of the data referred to in section 3 (i) above;
  2. necessary for the performance of the contract, settlement and limitation of claims as required under a contract or legal relationship, as well as for the performance of tax and accounting obligations, in the case of the data referred to in section 3 (ii) above;
  3. the duration of the consent granted to send mail as part of the Newsletter, in the case of the data referred to in section 3 (iii) above.

5. Your personal data may be received by agencies, institutions and entities authorized to receive any such data under the provisions of generally applicable law. 

6. The Controller may delegate the processing of your personal data to entities providing financial, consulting, marketing, legal, accounting and ICT services for the benefit of the Controller. 

7. You have a right to request the Controller to access your personal data, rectify it, delete or limit the processing, to object to processing, to withdraw your consent at any time.

8. You have a right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority, the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection, with regard to matters related to the processing of your personal data by the Controller (Office of the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection ul. Stawki 2, 00-193 Warsaw).

9. Providing all personal data to the Controller, as well as giving consent to receive the Newsletter is optional. However, if you refuse to give consent to receive the Newsletter, you will be unable to receive it. If you do not provide your personal data, you may not be able to use some of the Website’s functionalities. It is necessary to conclude a contract or other legal relationship with the Controller or to communicate with the Controller.