1. General information
1. The operator of the Watchmark service is AMPLITON Specjalistyczny Gabinety Protetyki Słuchu Grzegorz Dubrowski (AMPLITON Specialist Practices for Hearing Prosthetics Grzegorz Dubrowski).
2. The service uses the following methods to obtain information about users and their behaviour:
a. Through the information voluntarily entered in the forms.
b. By storing cookie files (so-called “cookies”) in the end devices.
c. By collecting web server logs by the hosting operator AMPLITON Specjalistyczne Gabinety Protetyki Słuchu Grzegorz Dubrowski, functioning under the address Watchmark.pl
2. Information in forms
1. The service collects information provided voluntarily by the user.
2. The service may also save information about the parameters of the connection (time stamp, IP address).
3. The data in the form will not be made available to third parties except with the consent of the user.
4. Data given in the form may constitute a set of potential customers, registered by the Operator of the Service in the register kept by the General Inspector for Personal Data Protection.
5. Data provided in the form is processed for the purpose resulting from the function of a particular form, e.g. in order to perform the process of service request or commercial contact.
6. Data entered in the forms may be transferred to entities technically performing certain services – in particular this concerns the transfer of information on the holder of a registered domain to entities being the operators of Internet domains (above all the Scientific and Academic Computer Network of j.b.r – NASK), services servicing payments or other entities with which the Operator of the Service in this extent cooperates.
3. Information on cookies
2. Cookies are computer data, in particular text files, which are stored in the final device of Service User and are designed to use the websites of the Service. Cookies usually contain the name of the website from which they come, the time of storing them on the terminal equipment and a unique number.
3. Entity placing on the terminal equipment of the Service User cookies and access to them is the Service operator.
4.Cookies are used for the following purposes:
a) creation of statistics that help to understand how Website Users use websites, which enables improvement of their structure and content;
b) Maintaining a session of the Website User (after logging in), thanks to which a User does not have to re-enter login and password on each subpage of the Website;
c) Defining a User profile in order to display him/her customised materials in advertising networks, in particular the Google network.
5. There are two main types of cookies used within the Website: “session” (session cookies) and “permanent” (persistent cookies). (persistent cookies). Session” cookies are temporary files that are stored in the User’s terminal equipment until logging off, leaving the website or switching off the software (web browser). “Permanent” cookies are stored in the User’s terminal equipment for the time specified in the parameters of cookies or until they are deleted by the User.
6. Web browsing software (Internet browser) usually allows the storage of cookies in the terminal equipment of the User by default. Users of the Website may change their settings in this regard. The Internet browser makes it possible to delete cookies. It is also possible to block cookies automatically. Detailed information on this subject is contained in the help or documentation of the Internet browser.
8. Cookies placed in the Service User’s terminal equipment and used can also be by advertisers and partners cooperating with the Service Operator.
10. Cookies may be used by advertising networks, in particular Google, to display advertisements tailored to your use of the Website. For this purpose, they may store information about the user’s navigation path or the time spent on a particular page.
11. With regard to the information on user preferences collected by the Google advertising network, the user can view and edit the information resulting from cookies using the following tool: https://www.google.com/ads/preferences/.
4. Server logs
1. Information about certain user behaviour is subject to logging at the server layer. These data are used exclusively for the administration of the service and to ensure the most efficient operation of the provided hosting services.
2. The resources viewed are identified by URLs. In addition, the following may be recorded:
a) Time of arrival of the request,
b) Time of sending the response,
c) The name of the client station – identification via the HTTP protocol,
d) Information about errors that occurred during the HTTP transaction,
e) URL address of the page previously visited by the user (referer link), in the event that access to the Website was made via a link,
f) Information about your browser,
g) Information about the IP address.
3. The above data is not associated with specific persons viewing the pages.
4. This data is used solely for the purposes of administering the server.
5. Disclosure of data
a. Data shall only be disclosed to third parties within the limits of the law.
b. Data allowing the identification of a natural person is only provided with that person’s consent.
c. The Operator may be required to provide information collected by the Website to authorised bodies on the basis of lawful requests within the scope of the request.
6. Managing cookies – how to give and withdraw consent in practice?
1. If you do not wish to receive cookies, you can change your browser settings. We stipulate that disabling cookies necessary for authentication processes, security, maintenance of user preferences may hinder and in extreme cases make it impossible to use the websites
2. In order to manage your cookie settings, select your browser/system from the list below and follow the instructions:
a. Internet Explorer
g. Safari (iOS)
h. Windows Phone
Information on online dispute resolution under Article 14(1) ODR (Online Dispute Resolution)
The European Commission provides consumers with the possibility to resolve e-commerce disputes under Article 14(1) ODR (Online Dispute Resolution), on one of the platforms. The platform (http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr) serves as a place where consumers can try to reach out-of-court agreements on disputes arising from online purchases and service contracts.