1. The regulations for the exchange of virtual currencies on the stock exchange are intended to define the rules for the exchange of virtual currencies (exchange of virtual currencies into legal tenders, as well as exchanges between virtual currencies) via the exchange for trading in cryptoassets, which is a supplier external to the company, as well as to inform customers about the risks related to this type of virtual currency exchange.

  2. Website administrator which presents the terms and conditions of virtual currency exchange transactions carried out via the stock exchange Gearex Spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością with its registered office in Warsaw (02-454), ul. Szczęsna 26, KRS number: 0001100635, NIP: 5223295271, whose registration files are kept at the District Court for the Capital City of Warsaw, 13th Commercial Division of the National Court Register with a share capital of PLN 5,000.00, which operates as an entrepreneur, therefore consumer rights arising from regional (or EU) and national consumer protection law apply to the customer who conducts the transaction.

  3. Contact details of the Administrator/Company:

  1. Full postal address: ul. Szczęsna 26, 02-454 Warsaw.

  2. E-mail address:

  3. Phone number: +48572543353

  1. The Company declares that it conducts business activity in the field of exchange of virtual currencies and is entered in the register of activities in the field of virtual currencies under the number RDWW-1017, kept by the Director of the Tax Administration Chamber in Katowice and is an obligated institution under the provisions on counteracting money laundering and terrorism financing. .

  2. The Company declares that it is not an intermediary, agent or investment advisor, and no communication or information provided to the client is intended as, or should be interpreted as, any advice.

  1. Via the website the company aims to support transactions carried out with customers via the virtual currency exchange and to regulate relations with customers related to the virtual currency exchange transaction for the customer, as well as to provide the customer with information regarding the transaction.

  2. Definitions:

Company – Gearex Spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością with its registered office in Warsaw;

Consumer – it is given the meaning of Art. 22 1 Act of April 23, 1964 Civil Code, i.e. a consumer is considered a natural person who concludes a legal transaction with an entrepreneur that is not directly related to his or her business or professional activity;

Cryptocurrency/Virtual currency - this means a virtual currency within the meaning of Art. 2. section 2. pts. 26 of the Act of March 1, 2018 on counteracting money laundering and terrorism financing;

AML Act – Act of March 1, 2018 on counteracting money laundering and terrorism financing;

AML – a set of activities that result in obtaining information about a particular user/customer. These activities are performed in order to determine the scope of financial security measures appropriate for a given economic relationship or transaction and to assess the risk related to counteracting money laundering and terrorist financing, taking into account specific types of risk;

Transaction – exchange for the customer of a virtual currency for a means of payment or vice versa, as well as exchange between virtual currencies.

Stock market – a platform providing technical conditions for executing virtual currency exchange transactions or enabling the publication of virtual currency exchange orders (e.g. Binance).

Client – a person or entity using the company's services who responds to an order to exchange virtual currencies (both sell and buy), placed on the exchange for virtual currencies by the company.

Entrepreneur – it is given the meaning of Art. 43 1 Act of April 23, 1964 Civil Code, i.e. an entrepreneur is a natural person, a legal person and an organizational unit that is not a legal person, to which the Act grants legal capacity, conducting business or professional activity on its own behalf.

Currency trusted us – legal tender, issued by an appropriate state or international institution.

  1. In terms of interpretation of the provisions of the regulations:

  1. References to "Paragraph", "Paragraph", "Point", "Letter" constitute references to the editorial unit of these documents;

  2. The headings are of an orderly nature only and may influence the interpretation and interpretation of the regulations only in an auxiliary manner;

  3. A reference to a document is a reference to the relevant document together with any subsequent amendments or modifications thereto, unless otherwise indicated by the content of the reference;

  4. In the regulations, except where the context otherwise requires:

  1. words that designate one kind include all kinds,

  2. words denoting the singular number also include the plural, and words denoting the plural also include the singular.

  1. The Company declares that it conducts business activity in the field of cryptocurrency exchange and meets the legal requirements for this type of activity in the place of its headquarters.

  2. The Company declares that it has the rights to cryptocurrencies that will be made available to the client or to funds (fiat currencies) for which cryptocurrencies will be purchased from the client.

  3. The Customer declares that he meets the legal requirements in his place of residence/registered office to conclude a transaction with the company, in particular as to age, legal capacity and is able to perform legally effective actions.

  4. The Client declares that he/she has independently verified the account on the exchange and has not set up this account at the request of or with the help of third parties.

  5. The Customer declares that in connection with the previous exchange of virtual currencies, he did not submit a complaint, complaint or request for a refund of the funds with which he paid for cryptocurrencies. If such a situation occurred, the client is obliged to inform the company about this fact.

  6. The Client declares that he/she is making transactions on his/her own behalf and on his/her own behalf and is not acting on behalf of or on behalf of third parties. If such a situation occurred, the client is obliged to inform the company about this fact.

  7. The Client represents that he is an informed and competent business entity, acknowledges his awareness of the inherent risks associated with cryptocurrency transactions and considers the transaction appropriate, taking into account the identified risks and common market-wide practices.

  8. The Client declares that he is a resident and citizen of countries where participation in crypto-asset related activities is not prohibited.

  9. The Client declares that he uses property values ​​to conduct transactions from legal sources and will settle taxes in accordance with applicable regulations,

  10. Transactions are carried out using the exchange's infrastructure for the exchange of virtual currencies, therefore the company is not responsible for any technical difficulties caused by the exchange. Regulations regarding the operation of a specific exchange should be found on the website of the exchange through which the transaction takes place.

  11. The transaction is initiated by the client's request in response to the company's order placed on the stock exchange.

  12. After receiving the notification, the Company assesses whether there is an obligation to apply financial security measures in a given situation (Article 35 of the AML Act), assesses the client's risk and starts processing the transaction. Further application of obligations under the AML Act will be described in detail in §5 of these regulations and the Policy anti-money laundering and terrorist financing available at the link .

  13. If it is necessary for the client to collect information and send documents, the company informs the client, indicating the scope of data needed for the company to fulfill its AML-related obligations.

  14. If the client refuses to provide the company with the information or documents referred to in section 13, the company reserves the right:

    1. Do not conduct an occasional transaction;

    2. Not to enter into business relations;

    3. Terminate business relations if previously established.

    4. In this case, the company will consider whether there is a basis for submitting a notification to the relevant authorities under Art. 74 or 86 of the AML Act.

  1. During the transaction, the company's representative has the right to request telephone contact or a video call to ensure that the transaction is made by the right entity and to assess the risk associated with a given client. These calls may be recorded by a company representative, to which the client expresses irrevocable consent.

  2. After receiving the payment from the client and carrying out all necessary activities related to the transaction, the company orders the release of the cryptocurrency, which then becomes the property of the client.

  3. The parties undertake to provide each other with all necessary explanations and information related to the transaction.

  4. Due to the fact that transactions on the blockchain cannot be reversed, the company is not responsible for the fate of cryptocurrencies after their transfer to the client, therefore the client is obliged to secure cryptocurrencies against their loss in the cryptocurrency wallet, and to make every effort to prevent loss of cryptocurrencies due to hacker attacks or errors made during the cryptocurrency transfer.

  5. The client bears sole responsibility and risk of loss of cryptocurrencies from the moment they are transferred to the client.

  6. The client undertakes not to use the cryptocurrencies made available to him for investing in accordance with the instructions of third parties.

  7. The Customer is not allowed to use accounts of other entities or share the account with other entities.

  8. The website, including in particular all source codes and graphic symbols, constitutes a work within the meaning of the Act on Copyright and Related Rights and any copying, disposal or use without the consent of the company is prohibited.

  9. Information about the features, quality and important properties of the virtual currency exchange service is available on the website, as well as the necessary information regarding the exchange service are available on the exchange where the virtual currency exchange service is provided.

  10. Obligations related to the virtual currency exchange service rest entirely with the company, and therefore the company has obligations to conclude and perform the contract between the client and the company. The regulation regarding the operation of the stock exchange where virtual currencies are exchanged is located on this stock exchange, and the obligations related to the operation of the stock exchange rest with the entity managing the stock exchange.

  11. In the case of a contract concluded with an entrepreneur, pursuant to Art. 558 § 1 of the Civil Code, the company's liability under the warranty for defects in goods is excluded.

  12. As in In the event of a virtual currency exchange transaction, digital content is provided that is not delivered on a tangible medium, for which the customer is obliged to pay the price, the customer gives express and prior consent for the company to start providing the service, and the customer is informed before the service begins that after the service has been provided by the company will lose the right to withdraw from the contract, and has acknowledged this, and the company has provided the customer with the confirmation referred to in Art. 15 section 1 and 2 of the Consumer Rights Act, the customer loses the right to withdraw from the concluded contract – art. 38 section 1 point 13 of this Act. The customer agrees to receive confirmation of the loss of the right to withdraw from the concluded contract via e-mail from the company to the e-mail address provided by the customer.

  13. The customer declares that:

    1. is aware of the taxation of cryptocurrencies in the country in which it operates;

    2. in case of any doubts regarding tax issues, contact a tax advisor to pay public law liabilities correctly;

    3. acts on its own behalf and on its own behalf, and in particular is not an entity and does not act for the benefit of a person or entity that is a citizen or resident of countries whose law limits or prohibits participation in processes related to cryptocurrencies;

    4. has become familiar with the scope of services provided by the Company, as well as obtained all necessary information and data that it considers sufficient to make a decision on acceptance of these regulations, and has extensive knowledge of the functioning, use and usability of software based on blockchain technology;

    5. in connection with the transaction with the company on the basis of which the cryptocurrency units are transferred, the client receives an equivalent benefit, therefore it is agreed that the client is not entitled to additional claims, including those resulting from any transaction fees or exchange rate changes of the transferred cryptocurrencies;

    6. the client does not use bots, scripts or software used to enter into automatic transactions;

    7. accepts the provisions of these regulations in their entirety, without reservations or additions.

  1. As the entity managing the website, the company ensures the proper functioning of the website itself and the reliability of the information presented on it, but is not responsible for the operation of the stock exchange through which the transaction takes place.

  2. The use of the website by the customer depends on having a device with Internet access and containing the necessary software that meets the minimum technical conditions necessary to display the website, i.e. a properly installed and configured, up-to-date web browser supporting the HTML5 standard and cascading style sheets (CSS3) technology, e.g. . Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer; JavaScript and cookies enabled (usually enabled by default in the browser); active connection to the Internet allowing mutual communication via the HTTPS protocol; in the case of mobile devices: the original Android system in a version no lower than that officially supported by the creators ( or the original iOS version no lower than the officially supported version (

  3. The customer has the right to use the website only in accordance with its intended purpose and under the conditions described in the regulations, within the limits of law and good customs applicable to the information society, respecting the rights and personal rights of other people. The customer undertakes in particular to:

    1. not to take any action that may cause disruption, defect or interruption in the operation of the website;

    2. not to mislead people using the website and the company, e.g. by providing false information;

    3. refrain from acting in bad faith, acting illegally, abusing the functionality of the website, using the website contrary to its intended purpose and contrary to the regulations;

    4. refrain from making transactions in circumstances giving rise to reasonable suspicion that they constitute the subject of money laundering or terrorist financing offenses.

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    The Client agrees not to modify or adapt all or any part of the website and not to link or incorporate the website into another program or application.


The specificity of assets such as virtual currencies is that they may fluctuate significantly and there is a significant risk of economic losses when buying, selling, owning or investing in cryptocurrencies. Therefore, before the transaction, the company recommends considering whether trading or owning cryptocurrencies is suitable for the client in relation to his financial situation.

  • The company warns the client about possible risks occurring in cryptocurrency trading and recommends not to make transactions that take place, in particular, through:

    1. Establishing contact with brokers/dealers/investors in order to convince them to invest, including in cryptocurrencies or share certificates (e.g. shares) of well-known brands;

    2. Receiving information via various means of communication that a profit has been earned, the payment of which requires a deposit, payment of tax, fees or other financial transactions;

    3. Persuading the client to make an investment on the investment platform;

    4. A request from a third party to install software that allows you to take control of the client's device, such as Anydesk;

    5. Request to open an account on exchanges that allow cryptocurrency transactions.

    Situations referred to in section 1 are examples of investment fraud, therefore, following third-party recommendations in this regard, the client will probably lose funds.

    The Company informs that it makes telephone contact or conducts a video call solely for the purpose of conducting a virtual currency exchange transaction with the client, to ensure that no crime is committed during the transaction and in connection with the fulfillment of obligations under the AML Act.

    The company does not cooperate with any entities whose aim is to convince customers to invest and advises clients not to invest in accordance with the recommendations of people whose competence to provide investment advice has not been confirmed in any way. In this case, it is recommended to notify law enforcement authorities about the possibility of committing a crime by these people.

  • The company is not responsible for any errors, including technical errors, blockchain errors, errors resulting from entering incorrect data by the customer and errors related to the operation of the exchange providing the virtual currency exchange service, as well as for the loss of cryptocurrencies in connection with persons coming into possession of them. third, customer login data.

    The Company is not responsible for unusual transactions, market disruptions or other unusual circumstances.

    The client has become acquainted with messages posted by the competent consumer authorities and regulations applicable in the country of his residence.

    The client has knowledge of services based on decentralized technology based on blockchain, and knows and understands all the risks associated with the use of this type of solutions.

    § 5. AML

    Sp Ółka, as an entity providing services related to the exchange of virtual currencies, is obliged to apply the provisions on counteracting money laundering and terrorist financing (hereinafter: AML obligations), therefore it applies financial security measures, assesses the client's risk and exercises due diligence when making cryptocurrency exchange transactions.

    The Client undertakes to provide all explanations and submit documents necessary for the company to fulfill AML obligations, and the Company has the right to refuse to execute the transaction, suspend the transaction until the appropriate documents are provided, and even block the transaction in the event of suspicion of money laundering or terrorist financing or suspicion of committing another crimes using blocked funds. In such cases, the Company notifies the competent authorities about the suspicion of committing a crime.

    The company informs that customers' personal data are processed by the company as a party to cryptocurrency exchange transactions on the basis of and in connection with the application of AML obligations.

    If the company is unable to apply one of the financial security measures, the company:

    1) does not establish economic relations;

    2) does not conduct occasional transactions;

    3) dissolves economic relations.

    The company has appointed an employee holding a managerial position responsible for ensuring compliance of the activities of the company and its employees and other persons performing activities for the company with the provisions on counteracting money laundering and terrorism financing, as well as responsible for contact with the client in the scope of AML obligations. You can contact him via the following e-mail address:

    In order to regulate in detail the relations between the company and the client in terms of fulfilling obligations related to counteracting money laundering and terrorist financing, the Policy on counteracting money laundering and terrorism financing has been made available at the link


    The company accepts complaints in connection with the functioning of the website, electronically by e-mail to the following address

    When submitting a complaint, the customer should provide his name and surname, as complete a description of the subject of the complaint as possible, including the subject of the service provided, the circumstances of providing the service, the date of service provision, the request related to the consideration of the complaint and the manner in which the company is to respond to the complaint.

    If the customer requests that the complaint be sent in writing, the customer undertakes to provide the address to which a written response to the complaint should be sent.

    The company is obliged to respond to the customer's complaint within 14 days from the date of its receipt. The Company responds to the complaint on paper to the address provided by the customer or electronically, depending on the form of submitting the complaint or the customer's choice.

    The Customer, if he is entitled to do so by local consumer regulations, pursuant to Regulation No. 524/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 May 2013 on online consumer dispute resolution and amending Regulation EC No. 2006/2004 and Directive 2009/22/ EC (Consumer ODR Regulation) has the right to use the online dispute resolution platform (ODR platform). The ODR platform is available at the following website:


    The Company reserves the right to change the Regulations at any time for reasons related to a change in the nature of the services or technical conditions for the provision of services, as well as in the following situations:

    1. changes in legal provisions having a direct impact on the content of the regulations;

    2. imposition of specific obligations by state authorities;

    3. improving website operation and customer service;

    4. improving customer privacy protection;

    5. changes in privacy policy;

    6. preventing abuse;

    7. when safety reasons require it;

    8. changes in the scope of services provided, including the introduction of new ones;

    9. editorial changes.

    The content of the changes and information about changes to the regulations will be communicated to the customer on the website. The website will also feature the ability to verify previous versions of the regulations, indicating the time frame for which each version is valid.

    Unless mandatory provisions of law provide otherwise, the law applicable to contracts between the client and the company is the law of the company's registered office. The choice of law does not deprive the client of the protection granted to him under provisions that cannot be excluded by contract and under the law that would be applicable in the absence of choice of law.

    The customer may stop using the website at any time.

    The Company has the right to transfer any of its rights and obligations arising from the regulations to any entity at any time, to which the customer consents. The customer may not transfer any of his rights or obligations arising from the regulations to another entity. The transfer of the company's rights does not release it from its liability towards the client.

    In matters not regulated by these regulations, in relations between the client and the company, the relevant provisions of the law of the company's registered office shall apply. Any disputes arising between the client and the company in connection with non-performance or improper performance of obligations arising from these regulations will be resolved by a common court in accordance with the provisions of law, however, in the case of a client who is an entrepreneur and not a natural person running a business, the court having jurisdiction is the local court for company headquarters.

    The lack of legal basis or incompleteness of any of the clauses contained in these regulations does not mean that the entire regulations lose their legal force. These provisions are changed to those that best reflect the meaning and purpose of the existing provisions.

    These regulations have been prepared in the Polish language version. It is possible to prepare the regulations in other language versions. In the event of discrepancies between the Polish language version and another, the Polish version will prevail.

    1. By providing the data by the User to the Administrator, the User consents to placing his or her personal data in the Administrator's file and to their processing for the purposes of providing services in accordance with the provisions of this policy.,
      The data administrator is Gearex Spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością with its registered office in Warsaw. Contact with the Administrator is possible at the e-mail address:
      The user is responsible for providing false personal data. By accepting this Privacy Policy, the User consents to the principles of collecting, processing and protecting his or her personal data in connection with the Administrator's fulfillment of obligations related to counteracting money laundering and terrorism financing.

    1. The administrator has a website, therefore processes data left by visitors to this website. The personal data of such persons are processed in connection with the Administrator's fulfillment of obligations related to counteracting money laundering and terrorism financing, or may be processed for the purpose of pursuing claims and defending against claims.

    2. In connection with concluding contracts as part of its business activity, the Administrator obtains from contractors/customers data of persons involved in the implementation of such contracts (e.g. persons authorized to contact, executing orders, etc.). In each case, the scope of data transferred is limited to the extent necessary to perform the contract and fulfill obligations related to the regulations on counteracting money laundering and terrorism financing.

    3. The Administrator ensures that he makes every effort to ensure that the processing of personal data is carried out with the greatest respect for the privacy of the persons whose data is processed and with the utmost attention to the security of the processed personal data, and in particular ensures that he has taken all measures required by law to secure data files. personal data.

    4. The Administrator declares that it applies technical and organizational measures to ensure protection of processed personal data appropriate to the threats and categories of data protected, and in particular protects personal data against disclosure to unauthorized persons, processing in violation of the law and loss, damage or destruction.

    5. The Administrator processes Users' personal data in order to:

      1. establishing, changing, performing or terminating a contractual relationship between the Administrator and the User, in particular:

        1. conducting e-mail and traditional correspondence and telephone contact - personal data contained in this correspondence/voice message are processed solely for the purpose of communication and solving the matter to which the correspondence/voice message relates, pursuant to Art. 6 section lit. f) GDPR, which constitutes the legitimate interest of the administrator;

        2. electronic contact forms - personal data are processed in order to identify the sender and handle his inquiry sent via the form provided - the legal basis for processing is the necessity of processing to perform the contract for the provision of a service, Art. 6 section 1 letter b GDPR; in the scope of data provided optionally, the legal basis for processing is the consent of Art. 6 section 1 letter a GDPR;

        3. implementation of the contract - implementation of rights and obligations arising from the contract pursuant to Art. 6 section 1 letter b) GDPR;

        4. handling complaint processes - registration and consideration of reported complaints and complaints, as well as defense against possible claims or pursuing claims pursuant to Art. 6 section 1 letter f) GDPR, which constitutes the legitimate interest of the Administrator;

        5. use of data for statistical, analytical and reporting purposes based on the legitimate interest of the Administrator, i.e. improving the quality of services and adapting them to the needs of users pursuant to Art. 6 section 1 letter f) GDPR, which constitutes the legitimate interest of the Administrator;

        6. use for accounting, bookkeeping, tax and other purposes related to the performance of legal obligations pursuant to Art. 6 section 1 letter c GDPR, in connection with joke. 86 section 1 of the Act of August 29, 1997, Tax Ordinance, in connection with joke. 106e and 106g of the Act of 11 March 2004 on tax on goods and services, in connection with joke. 9 section 1 of the Act of February 15, 1992 on corporate income tax, in connection with joke. 71 section 1 of the Act of 29 September 1994 on Accounting;

      2. fulfillment of legal obligations incumbent on the Administrator, including in connection with the regulations on counteracting money laundering and terrorism financing;

      3. conducting marketing activities - marketing of the Administrator's products/services pursuant to Art. 6 section 1 letter a) and f) GDPR, which constitutes the legitimate interest of the Administrator;

      4. using telecommunications terminal equipment and automatic calling systems for marketing purposes.

    1. The processing of personal data includes profiling Users in terms of their behavior, interests, payment credibility and purchasing preferences. Based on profiling, Users are provided with content that may potentially interest them.

    2. In order to perform the Agreement, the Administrator may make the collected personal data available to entities including: employees, collaborators, courier companies, online payment system operators, entities providing operational, legal, accounting and IT services to the Administrator, as well as entities related personally or by capital to the Administrator. Administrator. In such cases, the amount of information provided is limited to the minimum required.

    3. The Administrator declares that he is authorized to use tools for analyzing website traffic, such as Google Analytics and other similar tools. The Administrator has the right, in particular, to collect information about the User's activity and behavior, such as visiting the website and using services. The administrator uses the data to research the market and traffic on the website, as well as to create statistics, in particular to assess interest in the posted content, as well as to improve the website and fulfill obligations in the field of counteracting money laundering and terrorism financing. The collected data is processed anonymously and used only for statistical purposes or to ensure the correct use of the Website.

    4. The storage period of personal data depends on the purpose for which the processing is carried out. Detailed rules regarding data storage periods are described below:

      1. in order to perform the contract - for the duration of the contract and settlements after its completion;

      2. in order to handle complaint processes - until the claims under the contract expire, usually it will be a period of 2 years;

      3. in order to conduct marketing activities - until consent is withdrawn or objection is raised;

      4. in order to use data for statistical, analytical and reporting purposes - for the duration of the contract, and then no longer than for the period after which claims arising from the contract expire - usually it will be a period of 3 years;

      5. in order to fulfill accounting, accounting, tax, AML and other legal obligations - no longer than for a period of 5 years from the end of the calendar year in which the tax obligation arose.

    1. After the User terminates the Agreement, the Administrator will not process the User's personal data, except for:

      1. declarations submitted by the User regarding these regulations;

      2. advertising, market research and behavioral purposes to improve the quality of services provided;

      3. explanation of circumstances inconsistent with these regulations or the right to use the website or the services offered within the website;

      4. permitted for processing on the basis of a concluded contract or separate legal provisions.

      5. Data that the Administrator should store in order to comply with regulations on counteracting money laundering and terrorism financing.

    1. The Administrator ensures that the principles of personal data processing adopted by him ensure that all Users exercise their rights arising from the Act and applicable legal provisions, in particular:

      1. withdrawal of Users' consent if the Administrator has obtained such consent to the processing of personal data (provided that this withdrawal will not affect the lawfulness of data processing carried out before the withdrawal);

      2. request deletion of personal data; on this basis, you may request the deletion of data whose processing is no longer necessary to achieve any of the purposes for which they were collected;

      3. requests to limit the processing of Users' personal data - if such a request is made, the Administrator ceases to perform operations on personal data - except for operations to which the data subject has consented - and to store them, in accordance with the adopted retention principles or until the reasons for limiting data processing cease to exist;

      4. expressing objections - the data subject may at any time object - for reasons related to his or her particular situation - to the processing of personal data which is carried out on the basis of the legitimate interest of the Administrator (e.g. for analytical or statistical purposes); objections in this respect should include justification;

      5. data transfer - on this basis - to the extent that data is processed in an automated manner in connection with a concluded contract or consent - the Administrator issues data provided by the person to whom they concern in a format allowing the data to be read by a computer. It is also possible to request that these data be sent to another entity, provided that there are technical possibilities in this respect on the part of both the Administrator and the indicated entity;

      6. submit a complaint to the Office for Personal Data Protection - if it is found that the processing of Personal Data violates the provisions of the GDPR or other provisions on the protection of personal data, the data subject may submit a complaint to the authority supervising the processing of personal data competent for the place of habitual residence of the data subject, his/her place of work or place where the alleged violation occurred. In Poland, the supervisory authority is the President of the Personal Data Protection Office.

    1. The Administrator processes or may process Users' personal data, in accordance with the data provided by a particular User, in particular identification and contact data.

    2. Browsing the content of the Website does not require the User to provide personal data, unless access to individual services or content is conditional on providing such data by the User.

    3. The Administrator complies with the following principles of personal data processing:

      1. records the collected personal data only on information media that are protected against access by third parties;

      2. reports personal data files or appoints persons who will perform the required duties in this regard;

      3. supervises the security of personal data throughout the period of their possession in a way that ensures, in particular, protection against unauthorized access, damage, destruction or loss;

      4. transfers personal data to authorized entities only on the basis of applicable legal provisions;

      5. maintains the confidentiality of personal data.

      6. When processing personal data, the Administrator is guided by the rules of: specific purpose of data processing, data minimization, accuracy and correctness of the processed data, integrity and confidentiality.

    Personal data processed by the Administrator is not made available externally in a form that would allow any identification of Users, unless the User has given his consent or if the obligation to disclose the collected information results from applicable legal provisions or a request from relevant authorities.


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    4. functional, enabling personalization of the website for the User,

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    6. collecting and using general and publicly visible static data via analytical tools.

    To ensure the highest quality, cookies are analyzed to determine which subpages are visited most often, what web browsers are used by visitors and whether the website structure contains errors.

    This service of Google Inc. is an analytical tool that stores information in cookies to generate statistics on traffic on the Website. This feature is not essential to browsing and is used to monitor site performance and improve it. When using Google Analytics, the Administrator does not process any personal data or other identifiers useful for indirect identification (e.g. IP address) of data subjects. This does not mean, however, that personal data is not processed by Google Inc., the controller of Google Analytics. The main cookie used by Google Analytics is the _ga file. More information about the types of cookies used by Google Inc. can be found here:

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    The user may delete cookies at any time using the available functions in the web browser he or she uses. Limiting or blocking cookies by the web browser used by the User does not prevent the User from participating in the Website, but it may cause difficulties or irregularities in its functioning for which the Administrator is not responsible. It is recommended to use software with cookies enabled.

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