§1 GENERAL PROVISIONS AND CONTACT DETAILS

The Newsletter delivery service is available on the domain https://cogita.ai and on relevant subpages of the Service after registration in the appropriate Newsletter form and is provided by the Service Provider in accordance with the rules set forth in this regulation.

In the case of Newsletter complaints, the Service Provider should be contacted using:

email address: adam.dobrakowski@cogita.ai

  1. The User may communicate with the Service Provider via email, contact form, or chat (i.e., other online communicator) available within the Service (if applicable). These means ensure the preservation of written correspondence (documentary form) between the User and the Service Provider, maintaining the date and time, meeting the requirements of a durable medium, and enabling quick and effective communication between the User and the Service Provider.
  2. The rules for using and subscribing to the Newsletter, concluding Agreements for the delivery of Digital Content or Digital Services in connection with subscribing to the Newsletter, and making complaints within the Service are determined by this Regulation.
  3. The Service Provider provides the User with the Regulation free of charge before starting to use the Newsletter service within the Service, especially in the footer of the Service or when subscribing to the Newsletter. The User can preserve the content of the Regulation in a convenient way for themselves, e.g., by saving it in a durable medium or printing it out.
  4. The condition for using the Newsletter service and concluding an Agreement for the delivery of digital content or digital service within the Newsletter is the acceptance of the provisions of this Regulation. By accepting it, the User agrees to all provisions and undertakes to comply with them.
  5. The Service Provider is responsible for the compliance of the provision with the agreement.
  6. Information about Digital Content or Digital Services provided on the website pages and subpages, or related pages (landing pages) of the Service, especially their descriptions, technical parameters, and prices, do not constitute an offer within the meaning of the Civil Code but are merely an invitation to conclude a contract within the meaning of Article 71 of the Civil Code.
  7. In the context of using the Service and Newsletter, it is prohibited to provide unlawful information, especially:

sending and placing spam within the Service;

delivering and transmitting content prohibited by law, especially within the Newsletter registration form and other forms within the Service.

  1. It is mandatory to:

Use the Service and Newsletter in accordance with the Regulations and legal regulations;

Use the Service and Newsletter in a way that does not disrupt its functioning;

Use all content posted on the web pages of the Service and sent through the Newsletter solely for personal use, in accordance with the license granted (if any).

  1. The User may not use the Newsletter service anonymously or under a pseudonym, or using incorrect personal data.

§2 DEFINITIONS

The terms used in the Regulations mean:

Service Provider – Cogita Limited Liability Company with its registered office in Widzów (42-282) at Łąkowa 4 Street, entered into the register of entrepreneurs of the National Court Register kept by the District Court in Częstochowa, XVII Commercial Division of the National Court Register under the KRS number: 0000995030, NIP: 9492257381, REGON: 523267451

User – a natural person, legal entity, or organizational unit not being a legal person, to whom specific regulations grant legal capacity, using the Newsletter service.

Regulations – these Service Regulations.

Service – an internet service available at https://cogita.ai and on its relevant subpages and associated landing pages through which the User can subscribe to the Newsletter.

Digital Service – a service allowing the User to: produce, process, store, or access data in digital form, or share data in digital form, which has been transmitted or created by the consumer or other users of this service, or other forms of interaction using data in digital form.

Digital Content – data produced and delivered in digital form, especially information and materials delivered as part of the Newsletter service provision, e.g., email content, instructions, guides, also in pdf format and others, etc.

Newsletter Service or Newsletter – a service provided by the Service Provider to the Newsletter User, who has successfully subscribed to the Newsletter and consented to the processing of personal data or purchased the Newsletter service, consisting of one-time and/or periodic delivery of Digital Content and/or Digital Services as part of the Newsletter service.

Order – an act, declaration of will of the User directly aimed at concluding a free or paid agreement for the delivery of the Newsletter Service on the terms indicated in this regulation.

Newsletter Form – a form available on the Service or its relevant subpages or landing pages, through which the User can use the Newsletter service and make the appropriate subscription.

Payment with Data – providing the Service Provider with the User’s personal data in exchange for the opportunity to use the Newsletter service and/or Digital Content and/or Digital Services to its extent through the Service without the need to pay the Price in monetary units.

Price – the value expressed in monetary units that the User is obliged to pay to the Service Provider for Digital Content, Digital Service, and, in relation to Digital Content or Digital Service, also the digital representation of value.

System – a set of cooperating computer devices and software ensuring the processing and storage, as well as sending and receiving data through telecommunication networks using the appropriate end-user device (Internet) for the given type of network.

Digital Environment – computer hardware, software, and network connections used by the User to access Digital Content or Digital Service, or to use them. The minimum technical requirements have been indicated by the Service Provider in this regulation.

Consumer Rights Act – the Act of May 30, 2014, on consumer rights (Journal of Laws of 2014, item 827, as amended), hereinafter referred to as the Act.

Civil Code – the Act of April 23, 1964, Civil Code (Journal of Laws No. 16, item 93, as amended), hereinafter referred to as the Civil Code.

GDPR – General Data Protection 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 (General Data Protection Regulation).

Personal Data Protection Act – the Act of May 10, 2018, on the protection of personal data (Journal of Laws of 2018, item 1000, as amended).

Act on the provision of electronic services – the Act of July 18, 2002, on the provision of electronic services (Journal of Laws No. 144, item 1204, as amended), hereinafter referred to as the Act on electronic services.

Telecommunications Law – the Act of July 16, 2004, Telecommunications Law (Journal of Laws of 2004, No. 171, item 1800, as amended), hereinafter referred to as the Telecommunications Law.

Copyright and Related Rights Act – the Act of February 4, 1994, on copyright and related rights (consolidated text Journal of Laws of 2022, item 2509), hereinafter referred to as the Copyright Law.

§3 MINIMUM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

The User may use the Newsletter in accordance with the Regulations and applicable regulations and in a manner that does not disrupt the functioning

of the Service, the Newsletter service, or other Users using the Service or Newsletter.

To use the Newsletter service within the Service, including placing an Order for the Newsletter, the following are needed:

access to the Internet from a device such as a desktop computer, laptop, other portable device, including equipment enabling communication and filling out necessary forms within the Service, e.g., a functional keyboard;

an appropriately configured, up-to-date version of a web browser supporting, among other things, cookie files, e.g., Internet Explorer, Opera, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Google Chrome, and enabling browsing web pages;

an active and properly configured email account (the Service Provider recommends that the User checks whether emails from the Service domain are not directed to the “spam”, “offers”, or other folders than the “main/inbox”. The Service Provider has no control over this, and it depends on the email box settings of the User and/or the provider of the used email box).

  1. The Service Provider ensures technical means to prevent the acquisition, modification, or distortion of personal data and information by Users and unauthorized third parties.
  2. The Service Provider takes appropriate actions to ensure the proper functioning of the Service, and thus the Newsletter service, including using appropriate tools and protection (e.g., SSL protocol) to enable this, or services of third parties in this regard.

§4 RULES OF PROVIDING THE NEWSLETTER SERVICE

The Service Provider makes every effort to ensure that the Newsletter service complies with the highest standards, and thus with the Order placed by the User. To this end, it ensures its quality, completeness, functionality, compatibility, interoperability, availability of technical support, proper and specific description of the Newsletter Service and Digital Content delivered within it, and ensures their updates if necessary and required by law or evolving technology, or if it wants to improve their quality independently.

Digital Content sent by the Service Provider within the Newsletter is up-to-date according to the knowledge and experience of the Service Provider on the day of its preparation.

The Newsletter may be temporarily/periodically available.

The Service Provider is entitled to send electronic messages as part of the Newsletter service at a frequency established by itself. It may also temporarily or completely cease sending the Newsletter.

§5 PLACING AND COMPLETING AN ORDER FOR THE NEWSLETTER SERVICE
The User may order the Newsletter Service by completing the Newsletter subscription form available on the Website or by checking the appropriate checkbox (consent box) during the purchase process in the Service Provider’s online store (if available).
In order to effectively subscribe to the Newsletter and use the Newsletter service, the User should take further steps in accordance with the messages displayed on the Website and/or in electronic messages sent to the provided e-mail address.
In order to order the Newsletter service, the User must provide the following data:
-names,
-phone number (optional),
-e-mail address,
-workstations (optional),
-the company in which he is employed (optional),
and marking the appropriate consents:

acceptance of the Newsletter Regulations and Privacy Policy by checking the appropriate box. Acceptance is necessary to place and finalize the Order for the Newsletter service.
selecting other consents, if available and indicated (optional).

  1. Sending the Order by the User in this way constitutes the User’s declaration of will to order the Newsletter service in accordance with the content of these Regulations.
  2. The provision of the Newsletter service and/or Digital Content as part of this service takes place in exchange for payment with personal data required in the process of placing an Order for the Newsletter Service and requires consent to the sending of commercial and marketing information.
  3. The User has the possibility of ordering the Newsletter Service for a fee and receiving Digital Content or Digital Services, which will result in the obligation to pay the price.
  4. The Price is indicated in the consent text located under the subscription form or in the description of the respective Newsletter. In the event that the price for delivering a particular Digital Content or Digital Service is not provided, it amounts to 129 PLN gross.
  5. In order to place a paid order for the Newsletter Service and receive Digital Content or Digital Services within its scope (e.g., so-called lead magnets), the User should contact the Service Provider at the following email address: adam.dobrakowski@cogita.ai or make a purchase through the online store (if the Digital Content or Digital Service has been made available for purchase through the online store).
  6. To finalize the purchase of the Newsletter Service in accordance with the provisions above, the User should follow the steps displayed on the screen during the purchase process through the online store (if the product is available within the online store) or provide the Service Provider with at least the following data: first name, last name, email, address, and in the case of entrepreneurs wishing to receive an invoice – additionally, company data such as VAT number.
  7. After paying for the Newsletter Service and the specific Digital Content and/or Digital Service, the Service Provider will issue the relevant accounting document and commence the delivery of the aforementioned Newsletter Service and Digital Content and/or Digital Service within its scope (or specific Digital Content).
  8. The process of purchasing the Newsletter Service and receiving Digital Content and/or Digital Service within its scope requires acceptance of the Sales Regulations available on the Service Provider’s website and is carried out in accordance with its provisions. The Sales Regulations contain all the User’s obligations and rights related to the provision of the Newsletter Service for a fee.
  9. In order to add their email address to the Service Provider’s subscriber database, the User must confirm their desire to subscribe. The data obtained in this way is added to the mailing list for the purpose of sending the Newsletter.
  10. Subscription/sign-up implies that the User agrees to the Newsletter Regulations and the Service Provider’s Privacy and Cookies Policy, and consents to receiving marketing and commercial information via electronic means of communication such as email or SMS within the meaning of the Act of 18 July 2002 on the provision of electronic services (Journal of Laws No. 144, item 1204, as amended).
  11. By subscribing to the Newsletter, the User also consents to the Service Provider’s use of the User’s telecommunications end devices (e.g., phone, tablet, computer) for direct marketing of the Service Provider’s products and services, and presenting commercial information to the User in accordance with Article 172 (1) of the Telecommunications Law (Journal of Laws of 2014, item 243, as amended).
  12. The above consents are voluntary but necessary for sending the Newsletter, including informing about services, new blog entries, products, promotions, and discounts offered by the Service Provider or products recommended by third parties. Consents may be withdrawn at any time, which will result in the cessation of Newsletter sending in accordance with the principles set out in this regulation.
  13. The Newsletter Service is provided for an indefinite period, from the moment of activation until the User’s consent is withdrawn or the Service Provider ceases to provide the Newsletter Service. After withdrawing consent, the User’s data may be stored in the newsletter database for up to 3 years, for the purpose of demonstrating the fact of the User’s consent to communication via the Newsletter, the User’s actions (opening emails), the moment of withdrawal, and any related claims, which constitutes the legitimate interest of the Service Provider (Article 6 (1) (f) of the GDPR).
  14. Newsletter delivery may be discontinued if the User fails to demonstrate activity for a minimum of 1 year from the start of the Newsletter service provision or reading the last email message (sent Newsletter). In such a case, the Service Provider will delete the User’s data from the Newsletter delivery system (provider). The User will not be entitled to receive any messages from the Service Provider unless they decide to subscribe again using the Newsletter subscription form or contact the Service Provider in another way chosen for this purpose.
  15. The mailing system used to send the Newsletter records all user activity and actions taken by the User related to the emails sent to them (date and time of opening messages, clicks on links, moment of unsubscribing, etc.).
  16. The Service Provider may also conduct remarketing based on Article 6 (1) (f) of the GDPR (the legitimate interest of the Service Provider, consisting of the promotion and advertising of services, directed to persons subscribed to the Newsletter, in such a way that the provided email addresses of the Users are uploaded to the marketing tool offered by Meta Platforms Ireland Limited, an advertising manager, and then advertising created by the Service Provider or authorized persons is directed to them through the Service Provider’s advertising account, provided that Newsletter Users are also users of the Facebook platform (Meta Platforms Ireland Limited) – they have a profile set up there. Each time, this data is deleted after the end of the advertising campaign. In the case of running another advertising campaign, an updated database of Users is uploaded to the tool). Detailed information about so-called custom audience groups, data hashing rules, and processing with this data can be found in the privacy policy of the Facebook portal (Meta Platform) at this link https://www.facebook.com/legal/terms/customaudience# and https://www.facebook.com/legal/terms/dataprocessing, and the Service Provider recommends that each User and subscriber familiarize themselves with these rules.

§6 DELIVERY OF DIGITAL CONTENT OR DIGITAL SERVICES


The Service Provider delivers the Newsletter service to the User promptly after the Order is placed, unless otherwise expressly stated in the description or offer of the Newsletter Service. In particular, the Newsletter service may be delivered periodically.
Digital content is considered delivered at the moment when the Digital content or means allowing access to the Digital content or downloading the content have been made available to the User or to a physical or virtual device chosen by the User for this purpose, or when the User or such device has accessed it.
A digital service is considered delivered at the moment when the User or a physical or virtual device chosen by the User for this purpose has accessed it.
In the event that the User provides an incorrect email, enters it incorrectly, or fails to ensure the deliverability conditions of the email message in accordance with the Regulations, the User is responsible for the non-delivery of the Newsletter Service Order. It is recommended to contact the Service Provider to clarify the matter and arrange for the delivery of the Newsletter Service.
The Service Provider informs that the Newsletter may end up in the “spam” or “other” folder or similar. The Service Provider has no control over this. The User should take actions to mark the Service Provider as a trusted sender and add it to the inbox, which may support the deliverability of the Newsletter to the inbox. The User should contact an IT specialist to properly configure the email inbox.

§7 CHANGES AND UPDATES TO DIGITAL CONTENT OR DIGITAL SERVICES


During the provision of the Newsletter service, the Service Provider provides the User with updates and informs them of the need to install them. The User should also periodically update the devices they use to enable the use of Digital content or Digital services provided by the Service Provider within the Newsletter. The Service Provider is not responsible for the lack of compatibility of Digital content or Digital services with the Order resulting solely from a lack of updates if:
they have informed the User about the update and the consequences of not installing it;
the failure to install or improper installation of the update did not result from errors in the installation instructions provided by the Service Provider.
The Service Provider may make changes to Digital content or Digital services that are not necessary to maintain their compliance with the Agreement for the following justified reasons:
technological changes related to Digital content or Digital services,
changes in law or adaptation of Digital content or Digital services to legal regulations or other guidelines related to applicable law,
stylistic changes that do not have a substantive character but improve the quality of Digital content or Digital services,
changes in the area of the Service Provider’s business activity, including the exclusion or introduction of new services or Digital content or Digital services.
The Service Provider cannot make changes to Digital content or Digital services provided on a one-time basis.
Changes made by the Service Provider do not involve any costs on the User’s side.
If the changes would significantly and negatively affect the User’s access to Digital content or Digital services or their use, the Service Provider will inform the User in advance about the nature and timing of the changes and about the right to terminate the Agreement without observing the notice period within 30 days from the date of the change or notification of the change (if this occurred later).
The Service Provider may provide the User with the right to retain Digital content or Digital services without additional costs in an unchanged state.
The Service Provider informs the User clearly and understandably about the changes made, usually by sending an email to the User’s email address provided when placing the Order, with appropriate advance notice. The User is entitled to provide the Service Provider with another email address by contacting them using the contact details provided in these regulations.
The Service Provider performs the Newsletter Service, including providing Digital content or Digital services, in accordance with its knowledge and experience as of the date of their preparation.

§8 COMPLAINTS PROCEDURE REGARDING THE NEWSLETTER SERVICE
The Service Provider is responsible for non-compliance with the Agreement of Digital Content or Digital Services, which existed at the time of their delivery and manifested itself within two years from that moment, in accordance with the provisions of the Consumer Rights Act.
The Service Provider makes every effort to ensure that the Newsletter Service, Digital Content, and Digital Services comply with the Agreement and that the User can use them in accordance with the Agreement. To this end, it informs the User clearly and understandably in these regulations about all significant requirements, also on the part of the User.
If the Newsletter Service, Digital Content, or Digital Service are not in accordance with the Agreement, the User may request their conformity with the Agreement.
The Service Provider is not responsible for non-compliance with the Agreement of Digital Content or Digital Services if the User’s digital environment is not compatible with the technical requirements, about which the Service Provider informed them clearly and understandably before concluding the contract in this Regulation or in the description of the respective Digital Content or Digital Service, or when the User, informed in a clear and understandable manner before concluding the Agreement about the obligation to cooperate with the Service Provider to a reasonable extent and using the least burdensome technical means for them, to determine whether the lack of compliance of the Newsletter, including Digital Content or Digital Service, with the Agreement in a timely manner results from the characteristics of the User’s digital environment, does not fulfill this obligation.
The complaint should contain data enabling the identification of the User (name and surname, at least email address), the subject of the complaint (e.g., type and date of non-compliance occurrence), and requests related to the complaint. In case of receiving an incomplete complaint, the Service Provider will request the User to complete it.
The complaint should be sent to the email address or address of the Service Provider provided in these regulations.
The Service Provider will respond to the complete complaint within 14 days from the date of receiving the complaint and will inform the User about further proceedings to the email address of the complainant or in the same way in which the User contacted them or another way agreed with the User.
The Service Provider will process the User’s personal data in order to handle the complaint in accordance with the Privacy Policy and the Regulations.

§9 INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, LICENSE, COPYRIGHT


The Newsletter Service, especially Digital Content or Digital Services provided by the Service Provider therein, may constitute works within the meaning of the Act of February 4, 1994, on Copyright and Related Rights, are legally protected, and constitute the intellectual property of the Service Provider and/or third parties who are their owners/authors, and which have been made available only for the use of the Service, which the User accepts by accepting the Regulations. This regulation is also protected by the copyright law of Ilona Przetacznik.
If the User intends to use the Newsletter, including Digital Content or Digital Services, or the above-mentioned elements in a manner contrary to that indicated in these Regulations or their intended purpose and functionalities, the User is obliged to obtain written consent from the Service Provider.
The Service Provider grants the User a non-exclusive and non-transferable license, without the right to grant sublicenses, to use the Newsletter including Digital Content or Digital Services. Within the Newsletter Service, the User is authorized to use them solely for their own purposes, without territorial restrictions, in the following fields of exploitation:
In terms of recording the work – digital recording – recording through digital processing,
Printing for own use of materials in pdf. and doc. or docx. format, if it results from the specifics of the Digital Content or Digital Services provided within the Newsletter,
Recording by digital method, modifications for own use in the scope indicated in the appropriate instructions or comments, e.g., on own hard disk or in recommended external programs.
The license referred to in para. 3 is valid for the duration of the User’s access to Digital Content or Digital Services. The access period, and thus the duration of the license, is indicated in the description of the Digital Content or Digital Services, and if not stated otherwise, is granted for 365 days from the date of ordering the Newsletter service or Digital Content or sending a specific electronic Newsletter message. The remuneration for granting the license is included in the payment of the price for Digital Content or Digital Service made by the User (in the case of a paid service) or is free of charge (in the case of providing personal data in exchange for the Newsletter Service). In particular, it is prohibited, both in relation to the entirety of the Newsletter and the Digital Content or Digital Services provided therein, as well as their parts, without the express consent of the Service Provider:
sharing and presenting them to third parties,
publishing independently of the form of publication, except for publication expressly allowed by the Service Provider,
copying, duplicating for purposes other than own personal use.
The User undertakes to exercise due diligence to ensure that Digital Content or Digital Services are not disclosed to unauthorized/third parties.
The Service Provider hereby informs the User that any dissemination of any Digital Content and Digital Services provided by the Service Provider within the Newsletter constitutes a violation of the law and may result in civil or criminal liability. The Service Provider may also demand appropriate compensation or redress for material or non-material damages incurred in accordance with applicable regulations.
The Service Provider is entitled to periodically update the Digital Content or Digital Services provided within the Newsletter in accordance with the provisions of the Regulations.

§10 PERSONAL DATA

In accordance with Article 13(1) and (2) of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) (i.e., 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) and the Act of 10 May 2018 on the protection of personal data, I inform you that:

The Administrator of the User’s personal data is the Service Provider. The Administrator independently performs the tasks of the Data Protection Officer. You can contact the Administrator using the following details: email: kontakt@legalnybiznesonline.pl or in writing to the Administrator’s address.
The personal data provided by the User in the order form for the Newsletter Service will be processed on the basis of the agreement concluded between the User and the Administrator, the conclusion of which results from the acceptance of these Regulations, pursuant to Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR (necessary for the conclusion and/or performance of the service).
The personal data of the User may also be processed for the following purposes and on the following legal grounds:
handling complaints or claims – on the basis of Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR (necessary for the conclusion and/or performance of the contract);
establishing, investigating, or defending against claims – on the basis of Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR (legitimate interest of the administrator);
creating records and registers related to the GDPR – on the basis of Article 6(1)(c) of the GDPR (legal obligation) and Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR (legitimate interest of the administrator);
archival and evidentiary, for the purpose of securing information that may serve to prove facts – on the basis of Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR (legitimate interest of the administrator);
for direct marketing directed to the User – based on Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR (legitimate interest of the administrator),
for sending electronic messages in the form of the Newsletter or other free-of-charge Digital Content of a marketing and commercial nature – based on Article 6(1)(a) of the GDPR (consent) and on the basis of Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR (legitimate interest of the administrator).
The provision of personal data is voluntary but necessary for the purposes related to the implementation of the Newsletter service and the realization of the legitimate interests of the Administrator. Failure to provide them will make it impossible to conclude and perform the Newsletter service.

The personal data of the User will be processed for the duration of the service and also for the period of securing potential claims in accordance with the universally applicable legal provisions. They will then be deleted, unless the User decides to use the services of the Administrator and leaves them on a different legal basis and for the purpose indicated to them.

The personal data of the User will be made available to other recipients of data, such as service providers providing IT system maintenance and hosting services, an electronic mail service provider, a mailing service provider (Newsletter), subcontractors, and assignees involved in sending the Newsletter.

Due to the fact that the Administrator uses external providers of various services, e.g., Meta Platforms Ireland Limited (Facebook and its subsidiaries), Google, Microsoft, etc., User data may be transferred to the United States of America (USA) in connection with their storage on American servers (in whole or in part). Google and Meta Platforms Ireland Limited (Facebook and its subsidiaries) apply compliance mechanisms provided for by the GDPR (e.g., certificates) or standard contractual clauses. They will be transferred only to recipients who guarantee the highest protection and security of data, including through:

cooperation with entities processing personal data in countries for which an appropriate decision of the European Commission has been issued,
application of standard contractual clauses issued by the European Commission (as is the case with Google),
application of binding corporate rules approved by the competent supervisory authority, or to which, for the transfer of personal data, the User has given consent.
The User has the right to access their data, to correct them, to rectify them, to delete or limit their processing, the right to object to processing, the right to data portability, the right to request access to data, and also the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority – the President of the Personal Data Protection Office if they consider that the processing of their data is not in compliance with the currently applicable legal provisions regarding data protection. They also have the right to be forgotten if further processing is not provided for by the currently applicable legal provisions.

The User also has the right to withdraw their consent at any time if they have provided their personal data on the basis of consent. Withdrawal of consent does not affect the processing of data carried out on the basis of consent before its withdrawal.

The User’s data will not be processed in an automated manner, including profiling within the meaning of the GDPR, which means that the Administrator will not make automated decisions that affect the rights and freedoms of the User.

In order to ensure the User’s security and the transfer of data in connection with the use of the Service, the Service Provider takes technical and organizational measures appropriate to the degree of security risk of the services provided, in particular measures aimed at preventing the acquisition and modification of personal data by unauthorized persons.

Detailed rules for collecting, processing, and storing personal data used for the purpose of order fulfillment through the Service, as well as the cookie policy, are described in the Privacy Policy and cookies policy, which is available at: [link to the privacy policy].

§11 OUT-OF-COURT DISPUTE RESOLUTION AND CLAIMS ENFORCEMENT

The Service Provider agrees to submit any disputes arising in connection with the concluded Newsletter Service Agreement to mediation proceedings. Details will be determined by the parties to the conflict.

The User has the option to use out-of-court methods for resolving complaints and enforcing claims. The User may, among others:

  • apply to the permanent consumer arbitration court with a request to resolve a dispute arising from the concluded contract,
  • apply to the Voivodeship Inspectorate of Trade Inspection with a request to initiate mediation proceedings for the amicable settlement of a dispute between the User and the Service Provider,
  • avail themselves of the assistance of the county (city) consumer ombudsman or social organization whose statutory tasks include consumer protection (e.g., the Consumer Federation, the Polish Consumers’ Association).

For more detailed information on out-of-court methods for resolving complaints and enforcing claims, the User may refer to the website http://www.uokik.gov.pl and the offices and websites of county (city) consumer ombudsmen, social organizations whose statutory tasks include consumer protection, or Voivodeship Inspectorates of Trade Inspection.

The User may also use the ODR platform, which is available at http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr. The platform serves to resolve disputes between consumers and traders seeking out-of-court settlement of disputes concerning contractual obligations arising from online sales contracts or service contracts.

The case may be considered by an arbitration court only after the complaint procedure has been completed and with the consent of both parties to the dispute. In other cases, any disputes are subject to the competent courts in accordance with the provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure and general jurisdiction.

§12 FINAL PROVISIONS

The Newsletter Service is provided in Polish and based on Polish law.

The Service Provider reserves the right to make changes to the Regulations for valid reasons, such as changes in legal regulations, changes in the methods of service delivery – to the extent that these changes affect the implementation of the provisions of these Regulations, changes in technology, changes in the scope of services and assortment in the Service, stylistic or corrective changes that do not materially affect the content of the regulations and the rights or obligations of the User. The new regulations come into effect on the date of publication on the Service.

The version of the Regulations in force at the time of conclusion of the Agreement applies to services concluded before the change of the Regulations.

In the event that any provision of these Regulations is found to be inconsistent with the universally applicable legal provisions and infringing on the interests of consumers, the Service Provider declares the application of the indicated provision.

Resolution of any disputes between the Service Provider and the User, who is a consumer within the meaning of Article 221 of the Civil Code or a business entity with consumer rights, shall be subject to the competent courts in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure.

Matters not regulated in these Regulations are governed by the universally applicable provisions of Polish law, in particular: the Civil Code, the Consumer Rights Act, the Act on the provision of electronic services, the Act on combating unfair competition, the Personal Data Protection Act, and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

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