This policy applies to all persons who use the website (hereinafter also referred to as „Website” and „Visitor” respectively).

This Privacy and Cookies Policy (hereinafter referred to as the „Policy”) is for informational purposes, which means that it is not a source of obligations for Visitors (it is not a contract or terms and conditions).

The information contained in the Policy is general. Detailed information regarding the processing of specific personal data is made available each time it is collected in the content of the information clause posted in a visible and easily accessible place. This includes, in particular, information on the purpose and legal basis for processing personal data, the period of storage and the rec,ipients to whom they are transferred.

In the event of a contradiction between the Policy and the content of the information clauses provided by the Administrator during the collection of personal data, the information that the Visitor should be guided by is the information provided to him under the said information clauses.

Who is the Data Administrator?

The Administrator of the personal data collected through the Website (including through the use of cookies or similar technology) or other channels of communication with the Visitor is Karmar S.A., with its registered office in Warsaw at ul. Grójecka 208, postal code 02-390, registered in the Register of Entrepreneurs of the National Court Register, maintained by the District Court for the Capital City of Warsaw in Warsaw, XII Business Division of the National Court Register, under KRS no.: 0000135197, with NIP no.: 5212500997, REGON no.: 012702900, with share capital: PLN 20,000,002,50, paid in full, e-mail address: – hereinafter referred to as „Administrator”.

You can contact our Data Protection Officer via e-mail:

How do we take care of the data?

The Visitor’s personal data is processed by Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons concerning, the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (Official Journal of the EU.L No. 119, p. 1) (hereinafter also referred to as „RODO”) and other currently applicable, i.e. for the entire period of processing of certain data, provisions of data protection law. Personal data means information about an identified or identifiable natural person (hereinafter also: „Personal Data”).

The Administrator shall exercise special care to protect the interests of Data Subjects and, in particular, shall ensure that the Data it collects are:

As indicated at the outset, realizing the importance of the privacy of Visitors, the Administrator also protects those who have provided the Administrator with their Personal Data using other channels of communication, i.e., services available at the website addresses,, and on their sub-sites.

What information about the Visitor do we use, and for what purposes?

Each time, the purpose and scope of the data processed by the Administrator result from the Visitor’s consent or the law and are further specified as a result of the actions taken by the Visitor, in particular through the available communication channels.

The possible purposes of the Administrator’s processing of the Visitors’ Personal Data are, in particular:

ing correspondence with Visitors, including responding to messages, improving the operation of the Website and enabling Visitors to use its functionality.


Are Visitors obligated to provide us with their Data, and what are the possible consequences of not doing so?

Provision of Personal Data by the Visitor is voluntary, but it is necessary to use certain functionalities, in particular to send ,messages and correspond with the Administrator.


On what legal basis do we use Personal Data?

The basis for the processing of Personal Data in connection with correspondence with Visitors is the necessity for the legitimate interests pursued by the Administrator (Article 6(1)(f) RODO).

The basis for the processing of Personal Data that may be collected by cookies is the Visitor’s consent expressed through the relevant browser settings (Article 6(1)(a) RODO).


To whom may we transfer data?

To a limited extent, the Administrator’s partners may be involved in the processing of Personal Data, in particular those who technically assist in the smooth running of the Website, including communication with Visitors (e.g., support us in sending emails), providers of hosting or ICT services, companies that maintain software, as well as providers of legal and consulting services.


Is Personal Information also transferred to third countries (outside the European Economic Area)?

As part of the Administrator’s use of tools to support its day-to-day operations provided, for example, by Google, Visitors’ Personal Data may be transferred to a country outside the European Economic Area, in particular to the United States of America (USA) or any other country in which an entity with that company maintains tools for processing Personal Data in cooperation with the Administrator.

The security of Personal Data is ensured by the safeguards we use, including, among others, standard contractual clauses approved by the European Commission. We also endeavor to ensure that our partners are covered by the EU-US Privacy Shield program (more information on this is available at:

The Visitor has the right to obtain a copy of the safeguards applied by the Administrator regarding the transfer of Personal Data to a third country by contacting us.


What rights do Visitors have in this regard?

Each Visitor has the right at any time to:

For how long will we keep the data?

Personal Data may be retained for the period necessary to correspond with the Visitor, including responding to messages.

If the Personal Data is associated with cookies and similar technology, depending on technical issues, the data will be processed until the cookies are deleted using your browser/device settings.

We may keep the Personal Data longer in case the Visitor has any claims against the Administrator, as well as for the Administrator’s claims, or foto assert or defendby gainst third-party claims, for the period of limitation prescribed by law, in particular the Civil Code.

Thus, depending on the scope of Personal Data and the purposes of its processing, it may be stored for different periods.

In each case, the longer period of storage of Personal Data shall be decisive.


Will Visitors receive commercial information (e.g., to an e-mail address)?

The Administrator has the technical ability to communicate with Visitors remotely (e.g., email).

Commercial information related to the Administrator’s business may be sent only based o the Visitor’s consent.


„Cookies” files

Who is affected by „cookies”?

Since the cookie technology (or cookie-like functionality) used by the Administrator collects information about each person visiting the Website, the following provisions of the Policy apply to all Visitors.


What technology do we use?

The Website uses technology that stores and accesses information on a computer or other device connected to the network (in particular, using cookies or related solutions), to provide maximum comfort while using the Website.

Because the Administrator may use solutions with functionality similar to cookies – please refer to the following provisions of the Policy accordingly also to these technologies.


What are „cookies”?

A cookie is a small textual information sent by a server and stored on a Visitor’s device (usually on the hard drive of a computer or mobile device). They store information that we may need to ensure the website’s smooth operationto,About and allow you to use all of its functionality. „Cookies” usually contain the name of the website from which they originate, the time they are stored on the end device and a unique number.


Do „cookies” collect your personal information?

When a Visitor uses the Website, cookies are used to identify his/her browser or device – cookies collect various types of information that, as a rule, do not constitute personal data (they do not identify the Visitor). However, some information, depending on its content and use, may be associated with a specific person – and thus be considered personal data.

In relation to the information collected by cookies that can be associated with a specific person, the Policy’s provisions relating to Personal Data apply, particularly, those relating to the rights of the data subject.


On what legal basis do we use cookies?

Obtaining and storing information using cookies is possible based onbased on the Visitor’s consent. By default, web browsers or other software installed on a computer or other device connected to the network allow cookies to be placed on such a device and thus collect information about the Visitor. In the browser settings, the consent given to the use of cookie technology can be modified or revoked at any time (but then some functionalities of the Website may not work properly). Withdrawal of consent does not affect the lawfulness of the processing that was performed on the basis of consent before its withdrawal (detailed information on how to withdraw consent is presented in the following sections of the Policy).


What types of „cookies” are used by us, and are they harmful?

The cookies used on the Website are not harmful either to the Visitor or to the computer/end device used by the Visitor, so we recommend that you do not disable them in your browsers.

The Website uses permanent cookies, which remain on the Visitor’s device for the time specified in the parameters of the cookies or until they are manually deleted in the web browser.


Third-party cookies

The cookies we use are primarily used to optimize your user experience when using our website. However, we cooperate with other companies in the scope of their activities – for this cooperation, the browser or other software installed on your device also stores cookies from these entities.

Cookies sent by these entities are primarily intended to improve the operation of our website, as well as to enable Visitors to use its functionality, in particular the Google Maps tool.

For more information on the cookies of the aforementioned entities, please refer to their privacy policies.

Cookies used on the Website

Type Description Expiration time Information collected by the content management system (WordPress) None

Google Files aimed at speeding up the operation of the Website and collecting data from the Google Maps tool None


How to delete / block cookies?

The Visitor can change the use of cookies by managing the consents given within the privacy settings by the browser, including blocking or deleting those from the Website (and other websites). To do this, change your browser settings. The method of deletion varies depending on the browser you use. Information on how to delete cookies should be located in the „Help” tab of the selected web browser.

For example, in Internet Explorer, cookies can be modified from: Tools -> Internet Options -> Privacy; in Mozilla Firefox browser: Tools -> Options -> Privacy; and in Google Chrome: Settings -> Show advanced settings -> Privacy -> Content settings -> Cookies. Access paths may vary depending on the browser version used.

For detailed information about managing cookies on your cell phone or other mobile device, please refer to the user manual/instruction manual of your particular phone or mobile device.

It is also possible to block third-party cookies while accepting cookies used directly by the Administrator („block cookies of third-party sites” option).

Please note that opting out of cookies will only apply to a specific browser. This means that the same action will have to be taken for any other browser used on the same or different device.


What will be the consequences of deleting or blocking cookies?

Restricting the use of cookies on a particular device prevents or significantly impedes the proper use of the Website, for example, it may involve slowing down its operation.

Contacting the Administrator

You can contact the Administrator at any time by sending a message by post or e-mail to the Administrator’s address indicated at the beginning of the Policy.

The Administrator stores correspondence for the purpose of responding as best and quickly as possible to inquiries that arise, as well as for the purpose of asserting claims by the Administrator, or for the purpose of asserting or defending against third-party claims. Addresses and data thus collected will not be used for communication for purposes other than those indicated above.


How do we secure the data?

The Administrator, taking into account the state of the art, the cost of implementation and the nature, scope, context and purposes of the processing and the risk of violation of the rights or freedoms of individuals with different probability of occurrence and severity of the threat, shall apply appropriate technical and organizational measures to ensure the protection of the processed Personal Data appropriate to the risks and categories of protected data, and in particular shall protect the data from being accessed by unauthorized persons, from being taken by an unauthorized person, from being processed in violation of applicable regulations, and from being altered, lost, damaged or destroyed. Sharing information externally about the technical and organizational measures in place to ensure the protection of processing may undermine their effectiveness by jeopardizing the proper protection of Personal Data.


Links to other websites

The Website may contain links to other websites. The Administrator encourages you to review the regulations and privacy policies applicable to other websites. This Policy applies only to the Administrator’s designated activities.


Can this Policy be changed and how do we notify you of this change?

The Administrator may change the Policy in the future for the following important reasons, among others:

changes in applicable regulations, in particular in the area of Personal Data protection, telecommunications law, electronically provided services, affecting the rights and obligations of the Administrator or the rights and obligations of the data subject;

development of functionality or electronic services dictated by advances in Internet technology, including the use/implementation of new technological or technical solutions, affecting the scope of the Policy.

The Administrator shall each time post within the Website information about changes to the Policy. With each change, a new version of the Policy will appear with a new date.


From when is this version of the Policy effective?

This version of the Policy is effective as of December 01, 2018.