Privacy and cookies policy
Formal information to begin with - the administrator of the website is STABILIO DOMY SP. Z O.O. SP. K. with its registered office in Tychy at ul. Katowicka 202
Short version - the most important information
We care about your privacy, but also about your time. That is why we have prepared an abridged version of the most important privacy-related principles for you.
- When you contact us, you provide us with your personal data, and we guarantee that your data will remain confidential, secure and will not be shared with any third parties without your consent.
- We only entrust the processing of personal data to vetted and trusted personal data service providers.
- We use Google Analytics analytical tools that collect information about your visits to the website, such as the sub-pages you have viewed, the time you have spent on the website or transitions between different sub-pages. Google LLC's Google Analytics cookies are used for this purpose. The IPs collected are anonymised.
- We embed videos from YouTube on the website. When you play such videos, Google LLC's YouTube cookies are used.
- We use our own cookies in order for the website to function properly.
If the above information is not sufficient for you, you will find details below.
The controller of your personal data within the meaning of the data protection regulations is STABILIO DOMY SP. Z O.O. SP. K. with its registered office in Tychy at ul. Katowicka 202
The purposes, legal basis and duration of personal data processing are indicated separately for each purpose of data processing (see description of individual purposes of personal data processing below).
Rights. GDPR grants you the following rights in relation to the processing of your personal data:
- the right of access to your personal data,
- the right to rectify your personal data,
- the right to erase your personal data,
- the right to restrict the processing of your personal data,
- the right to object to the processing of your personal data,
- the right to data portability,
- the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority,
- the right to revoke your consent to the processing of personal data, if you have given such consent.
The rules related to the exercise of the indicated rights are described in detail in Articles 16 - 21 of the GDPR. We encourage you to familiarise yourself with these provisions. For our part, we deem it necessary to explain to you that the rights indicated above are not absolute, and you will not be entitled to them in relation to all processing of your personal data. For your convenience, we have endeavoured to indicate the rights to which you are entitled in the context of the description of the various personal data processing operations.
We emphasise that one of the rights indicated above is always available to you - if you consider that we have committed an infringement of data protection regulations in the processing of your personal data, you have the possibility to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority (the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection).
You can also always ask us to provide you with information about what data we hold about you and for what purposes we process it. Simply send an email to: email@example.com
Security. We guarantee you the confidentiality of any personal data you provide to us. We ensure that all security and data protection measures required by data protection legislation are taken. Personal data is collected with due care and is adequately protected against access by unauthorised persons.
Email contact. When contacting us by e-mail, including by sending an enquiry via the contact form, you naturally provide us with your e-mail address as the sender of the message. In addition, you may also include other personal data in the content of the message.
Your data is processed in this case for the purpose of contacting you, and the basis for the processing is Article 6(1)(a) of the GDPR, i.e. your consent resulting from initiating contact with us. The legal basis for post-contact processing is the legitimate purpose of archiving correspondence for internal purposes (Article 6(1)(c) of the GDPR).
The content of correspondence may be subject to archiving, and we are not in a position to determine unequivocally when it will be deleted. You have the right to request the history of any correspondence you have had with us (if it has been subject to archiving), as well as to request its deletion, unless its archiving is justified on the grounds of our paramount interests, e.g. defence against potential claims on your part.
Cookies and other tracking technologies
Cookies are small textual information stored on your terminal device (e.g. computer, tablet, smartphone) that can be read by our ICT system.
Cookies can be divided into own cookies and third-party cookies.
More details can be found below.
Our cookies. We use our own cookies to ensure the correct operation of the website, in particular, to ensure the correct operation of the CMS on which the website is built.
The use of the website involves sending requests to the server on which the website is stored. Each request made to the server is recorded in server logs. The logs include, for example, your IP address, the date and time of the server, and information about your browser and the operating system you are using. The logs are saved and stored on the server. The data stored in the server logs are not associated with specific users of the website and are not used by us to identify you. The server logs are only ancillary material for the administration of the site, and their contents are not disclosed to anyone other than those authorised to administer the server.