Under the requirements of 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 the free movement of such data (hereafter the GDPR), as well as other generally applicable data protection legislation, we undertake to maintain the safety and confidentiality of the personal data acquired.
The data controller is LEANN Stańczyk S.A. with registered office at ul. Portowa 15b in Słupsk (76-200), Tax ID: 839-314-36-04.
For all matters relating to the processing of personal data and the exercise of rights in relation to such processing, please write to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
When processing Users’ personal data, we adhere to the following principles:
On our website www.standbysurf.com we collect the following personal data from Users:
Provision of the above data is voluntary but necessary to establish communication.
If data is not provided, the User cannot be contacted.
If Users do not agree to the personalisation of the website, they should disable cookies in their web browser settings.
The User’s personal data will only be processed, within the scope of our services, subject to the data subject’s consent (the legal basis for processing) and solely for communicating with the data subject and providing services.
Personal data obtained by LEANN Stańczyk S.A. shall be processed for the purpose and to the extent necessary for the submission of an enquiry, or feedback contact consisting in the provision of information, e.g. on products, to the address indicated on the website www.standbysurf.com – and for the processing of data contained in cookie files during the visitors’ use of the website.
Data will be processed for as long as there is a basis for processing:
where consent has been given until such consent is withdrawn, restricted or otherwise restricted by action on your part.
We do not share Users’ personal data with third parties, excluding entities cooperating with us, e.g., hosting companies, companies providing accounting or payment services, etc. In such cases, the amount of data transferred is limited to the minimum required.
Personal data obtained from Users may be disclosed to the relevant public authorities if required by applicable law.
Personal data obtained from customers is not transferred outside the European Economic Area.
Users have the following rights in relation to our processing of their personal data:
If the User’s data is processed based on consent (data is necessary for the provision of the service), the User may exercise the right to personal data portability. It may be transferred to another data controller.
To exercise the above rights, please contact the controller via the email address provided: email@example.com.
Server logs are the internal event logs of the site’s server, which automatically record page requests sent when a user accesses the site. The system logs include the page request sent by the User, IP address, browser type, browser language, request date and time and at least one “cookie” that can uniquely identify the User’s browser. We use the data collected in the system logs for an indefinite time solely to manage the website. Data is not transferred to third parties, except in the circumstances described herein. In connection with the use of the site by Users, we may automatically collect and save technical details in server logs relating to the usage of the services, IP address and technical data on the operation of the site with respect to activities performed by the User. We may also collect information to store locally on your device through the use of browser memory mechanisms.
In providing services to the User, we may automatically use the cache memory of the User’s browser, application or device. The use consists in storing data in the memory of the browser installed in the User’s device. Within the local memory, it is possible to store data inter-sessionally, i.e., between successive User sessions. The purpose of using the cache memory is to speed up the use of the website by preventing the same data from being repeatedly downloaded from the website, thereby overloading the User’s Internet connection.
Using the geolocation function of cookies, we or third parties may collect and process information regarding your whereabouts. To this end, we may process such data as the IP number, the GPS sensor, the Wi-Fi point or mobile network base stations.
During the provision of services to Users, we use professional technologies to collect and save information, such as cookies. These are commonly used small files containing a string of characters sent to and stored on the User’s end device (e.g., computer, laptop, tablet, smartphone) during the visit to the website. The information is sent to the browser’s clipboard, which sends it back on subsequent visits to the website. Cookies contain information necessary for the proper use of the website. They usually contain the name of the source website, the storage duration on the end device and a unique number. Cookie data may also be accessed by the external entities listed in sec. 15 of the Privacy and Cookies Policy.
Users utilising the services provided electronically via the website are asked to voluntarily consent to the processing of cookies by storing information or gaining access to information already stored on their telecommunications end devices. The cookies processing consent is given in particular by using the cookies processing declaration consent button or confirming that you have read its terms and conditions. Such consent may be withdrawn at any time, free of charge and as described in the section on cookie management.
We process cookies according to Article 173 of the Telecommunications Act of 16 July 2004 (Journal of Laws 2016, No. 0, item 1489, as amended).
We can categorise cookies according to three methods of division.
essential files – they enable proper functioning of the website and functionalities that the User wishes to use, e.g., authentication cookies. It is impossible to use the website without saving them on the User’s device,
– functional files – files that make it possible to remember the User’s settings and adjust them to the User’s needs and preferences, e.g., in terms of the selected language, font size, and appearance of the website. They allow the Service Provider to improve the functionality and performance of the website. Unless they are stored on the User’s device, the use of certain website functionalities may be limited,
– business cookies – this category includes, for example, advertising cookies. They permit the advert displayed on or off the website to be tailored to the User’s preferences. Unless they are stored on the User’s device, the use of certain website functionalities may be limited.
In terms of the duration of their validity, we distinguish between two categories of cookies:
– session files – existing until the end of a given User session,
– persistent files – existing after the end of the session by the User.
In terms of differentiating the entity that manages cookies, we distinguish between:
– the Service Provider’s cookies,
– third party cookies.
The Service Provider’s cookies permit the recognition of the User’s device and display of the website adapted to the User’s individual expectations, thus making the use of its functionalities easier and more pleasant. By storing these files on the User’s device, it is possible, for example, to remember login data, maintain a session after logging in, remember selected goods or services, or adapt them to the User’s preferences, such as the layout of the content, language or its colour.
Third-party cookies such as:
Google Adwords – they allow you to conduct and evaluate the quality of advertising campaigns carried out using the Google Adwords service,
Google Analytics – they allow you to evaluate the quality of advertising campaigns carried out using the Google Adwords service, as well as to study User behaviour and traffic and to compile traffic statistics,
Google Maps – they allow for the storage of information about the User, which permits the use of the Google Maps service features. Google Inc. may track the User’s location.
The Data Controller has implemented an appropriate level of security for the processing of personal data in the IT system.
The data controller uses technical and organisational measures to ensure that processed personal data is protected appropriately to the threats and data category. It also takes particular measures to protect the data against disclosure or acquisition by unauthorised persons and processing that violates applicable legislation, including modification, loss, damage or destruction.