1. General provisions
  2. Purpose and scope of data collection
  3. Basis of data processing
  4. The right to control, access and rectify the content of your data
  5. Cookies
  6. Final provisions

The administrator of the personal data collected through the website www.abyss.pl. is Małgorzata Szofer doing business under the name ABYSS s.c. M. K. Szofer, registered office address: Sadnicka 19, NIP: 7810015497, REGON: , entered in the Central Register and Information on Business Activity, Krzysztof Szofer doing business under the name ABYSS s.c. M. K. Szofer, business address: Sadnicka 19 , NIP: 7810015497, REGON: , entered in the Central Register and Information on Business Activity, conducting joint business activity in the form of a civil partnership under the name ABYSS s.c. M. K. Szofer, registered address: Sadnicka 19 60-187 Poznań, address for delivery: Akacjowa 5 62-069 Dąbrowa, NIP: 7810015497, REGON: , e-mail address: office@abyss.pl
The Customer’s personal data shall be processed in accordance with the Act on Personal Data Protection of August 29, 1997 (Journal of Laws No. 133, item 883 as amended) and the Act on Providing Electronic Services of July 18, 2002 (Journal of Laws No. 144, item 1204 as amended).
(3) The Administrator shall exercise special care to protect the interests of data subjects, and in particular shall ensure that the data it collects are:
processed in accordance with the law,
collected for specified, legitimate purposes and not subjected to further processing incompatible with those purposes,
substantively correct and adequate in relation to the purposes for which they are processed, and stored in a form that allows identification of the persons to whom they relate for no longer than necessary to achieve the purpose of processing.

Personal data of Service Recipients, collected by the Administrator, is used for:
contacting the Service Recipient (customer)
The Administrator processes the following personal data of Service Recipients:
E-mail address,
The Administrator may process the following data characterizing how the Customer uses the services provided electronically (exploitation data):
Designations identifying the termination of the telecommunications network or data communications system used by the Service Recipient.
Information about the beginning, end and scope of each use by the Customer of the service provided electronically.
Information about the use of electronically provided services by the Customer.
Provision of personal data referred to in Section 2 is necessary for the Service Provider to provide electronic services on the website.

The use of the website and the conclusion of contracts for the provision of services electronically through it, which entails the need to provide personal data, is entirely voluntary. The data subject decides on his/her own whether he/she wants to start using the services provided electronically by the Service Provider in accordance with the Regulations.
Pursuant to Article 23 of the Personal Data Protection Act of August 29, 1997 (Journal of Laws No. 133, item 883, as amended), data processing is permitted when, among other things:
the data subject consents to it, unless it is the deletion of data concerning him/her.
it is necessary for the performance of a contract when the data subject is a party to it, or when it is necessary to take action prior to entering into a contract at the request of the data subject.
The processing of personal data by the Controller shall always be carried out within the framework of the grounds of permissibility of processing listed in point 2. The processing shall be related to the performance of a contract or the necessity to take pre-contractual action at the request of the data subject (point 2(b)).

The service recipient has the right to access and correct the content of his personal data.
Each person has the right to control the processing of data concerning him/her contained in the Administrator’s data filing system, and in particular the right to demand that the personal data be supplemented, updated, corrected, temporarily or permanently suspended or deleted if they are incomplete, outdated, untrue or have been collected in violation of the law, or are no longer necessary for the purpose for which they were collected.
In order to exercise the rights referred to in sec. 1 and 2 can be exercised by sending an appropriate e-mail to: office@abyss.pl
The Service Provider’s website uses „cookies” files. Failure to change the browser settings on the part of the Customer is tantamount to consent to their use.
Installation of „cookies” files is necessary for proper provision of services on the website. The „cookies” files contain information necessary for the proper functioning of the website, especially those requiring authorization.
The website uses types:
„Session” „cookies” are temporary files that are stored on the final device of the Customer until logging off (leaving the website).
„Analytical” „cookies” allow to better understand how the Service Recipient interacts with the content of the website, to better organize its layout. „Analytical” „cookies” collect information about the use of the website by Service Recipients, the type of page from which the Service Recipient was redirected, and the number of visits and the time of the Service Recipient’s visit to the website. This information does not record specific personal information about the Service Recipient, but is used to compile statistics on the use of the website.
The User has the right to decide on the access of „cookies” to his/her computer by selecting them in advance in his/her browser window. Detailed information about the possibility and methods of handling „cookies” is available in the settings of your software (web browser).
The Administrator shall apply technical and organizational measures to ensure the protection of the processed personal data appropriate to the risks and categories of data under protection, and in particular shall protect the data from being made available to 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.
The Service Provider shall provide appropriate technical measures to prevent unauthorized persons from acquiring and modifying, personal data sent electronically.