1. General Information This policy concerns the website located at the URL mkmatthew.com. The operator of the service and the data controller is Mateusz Kwiatkowski, 183 BERRY ROAD UNIT 113 M8Y1W9 ETOBICOKE. The operator’s email contact address is info@mkmatthew.com. The operator is the administrator of your personal data concerning data voluntarily provided on the website. The service utilizes personal data for the following purposes:
  • Managing newsletters
  • Handling inquiries through forms
  • Presenting offers or information The service collects information about users and their behavior in the following ways:
  • Through voluntarily provided data in forms that are entered into the operator’s systems.
  • By saving cookie files (so-called “cookies”) on end-user devices.
  1. Selected Data Protection Methods Used by the Operator Login and personal data entry areas are protected in the transmission layer with an SSL certificate. This means that personal data and login information entered on the website are encrypted on the user’s computer and can only be read on the target server. The operator periodically changes their administrative passwords and regularly backs up data for security. A crucial part of data protection is the regular update of all software used by the operator for processing personal data, including regular updates of programming components.
  2. Hosting The service is hosted (technically maintained) on servers provided by another company.
  3. Your Rights and Additional Information on Data Usage In some situations, the administrator may have the right to share your personal data with other recipients, if it is necessary to fulfill the agreement made with you or to fulfill the responsibilities imposed on the administrator. This applies to such groups of recipients:
  • Hosting companies based on entrustment Your personal data processed by the administrator will not be retained for a longer period than necessary for activities specified in separate regulations (e.g., accounting). Regarding marketing data, it will not be processed for more than 3 years. You have the right to request from the administrator:
  • Access to your personal data.
  • Rectification.
  • Deletion.
  • Limitation of processing.
  • Data transfer. You have the right to object to the processing referred to in point 3.3 c), regarding the processing of personal data for the administrator’s legitimate interests, including profiling, except when there are compelling legitimate grounds for the processing that override your interests, rights, and freedoms, especially the establishment, exercise, or defense of legal claims. You have the right to file a complaint with the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection, Stawki 2, 00-193 Warsaw.

Providing personal data is voluntary but necessary for using the service. Actions involving automated decision-making, including profiling, to provide services under a contract and for direct marketing by the administrator, may be taken with regard to you. Personal data is transferred to third countries within the meaning of personal data protection regulations, meaning that we send them outside the European Union.

  1. Information in Forms The service collects information voluntarily provided by the user, including personal data, if provided. In some cases, the service may store information facilitating the linking of data in the form with the email address of the user filling out the form. Data provided in the form is processed for purposes resulting from the specific form’s function, e.g., to carry out the process of handling a service request or commercial contact, registering services, etc. Each time, the context and description of the form clearly inform what it is used for.
  2. Administrator’s Logs Information about user behavior on the service may be subject to logging. This data is used for service administration.
  3. Significant Marketing Techniques The operator employs statistical analysis of traffic on the site through Google Analytics (Google Inc., based in the USA). The operator does not transfer personal data to the service provider but only anonymized information. The service is based on using cookies in the user’s end device. In terms of information about user preferences collected by the Google advertising network, the user can view and edit information resulting from cookies using the following tool: https://www.google.com/ads/preferences/

The operator uses remarketing techniques to tailor advertising messages to user behavior on the site, which may give the impression that the user’s personal data is used for tracking, but in practice, no personal data is transferred from the operator to the advertising operators. The technological condition for such actions is the use of cookies.

The operator uses the Facebook pixel. This technology allows Facebook (Facebook Inc., based in the USA) to know that a registered person uses the service. It is based on data for which Facebook is the administrator, and the operator does not provide any additional personal data to Facebook. The service uses cookies on the user’s end device.

  1. Information about Cookies The service uses cookies. Cookies are computer data, especially text files, that are stored on the user’s end device and are intended for use with the service’s web pages. Cookies usually contain the name of the website they come from, the time they are stored on the end device, and a unique number. The entity that places cookies on the user’s end device and gains access to them is the service operator. Cookies are used for the following purposes:
  • Maintaining user sessions on the service (after logging in), allowing the user not to re-enter their login and password on every subpage of the service.
  • Achieving the goals set out above in the “Significant marketing techniques” section. Two basic types of cookies are used within the service: “session” cookies and “persistent” cookies. “Session” cookies are temporary files stored on the user’s end device until logging out, leaving the website, or closing the software (web browser). “Persistent” cookies are stored on the user’s end device for a time specified in the cookie parameters or until they are deleted by the user. Web browsers usually allow storing cookies on the user’s device by default. Service users can change their cookie settings. Web browsers allow cookies to be deleted. It is also possible to automatically block cookies. Detailed information on this topic can be found in the browser’s help or documentation. Limiting the use of cookies may affect some functionalities available on the service’s web pages. Cookies placed in the user’s end device can also be used by cooperating with the operator of the service. This applies in particular to companies: Google (Google Inc., based in the USA), Facebook (Facebook Inc., based in the USA), Twitter (Twitter Inc., based in the USA).
  1. Managing Cookies – How to Express and Withdraw Consent in Practice If the user does not want to receive cookies, they may change their browser settings. Please note that disabling cookies necessary for authentication processes, security, user preferences maintenance may hinder or even prevent the use of certain website features. To manage cookie settings, select your internet browser from the list below and follow the instructions:
  • Edge
  • Internet Explorer
  • Chrome
  • Safari
  • Firefox
  • Opera Mobile devices:
  • Android
  • Safari (iOS)
  • Windows Phone
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