Alterout IT Sp. z o.o., with its registered office in Gdańsk, at ul. Wały Piastowskie 1/1508, entered by the Gdańsk-Północ District Court in Gdańsk to the Register of Entrepreneurs under KRS (National Court Register) number 0000594966 (hereinafter referred to as Alterout IT Sp. z o.o. ), the owner of a website under the Internet address http://alteroutit.eu/ / http:alteroutit.no/ (hereinafter referred to as the website), pays considerable attention to the right of users to privacy protection.
Alterout IT Sp. z o.o. collects personal data and other data of a different character on the initiative and / or by the consent of a user, or automatically, depending on the type of data.
DATA COLLECTED THROUGH A CONTACT FORM:
In order to benefit from the offer of Alterout IT, one should first send an enquiry to Alterout IT, using a special form. While filling it out, one should provide necessary personal data, as well as data of a different character that are also covered by this Policy.
It is not obligatory (it is voluntary) to provide one’s personal data and consent for their processing in the situations specified in a relevant declaration, but it is necessary to do so in order for Alterout IT to get in contact to provide the offer details and start providing services.
The personal data provided in the contact form will be processed by Alterout IT, acting as a personal data controller, for the purpose of getting into contact using e-mail and telephone, and presenting a commercial offer, as well as for purposes allowed for by the law. It is voluntary to provide one’s data. You have the right to access and rectify your data, as well as to demand that they be no longer processed and object to having your data processed for the purpose of marketing services and Alterout IT own goods. In the aforementioned cases, you should address Alterout IT in writing due to safety reasons.
DATA COLLECTED AUTOMATICALLY:
Certain data are collected automatically during a visit on the website, including, for instance, the IP address, domain name, type of browser, type of operating system etc. Most of such data do not constitute personal data and do not allow for the unambiguous identification of a person.
DATA COLLECTED DURING CONTACT:
When you contact us in order to perform any actions using the webpage, telephone or e-mail, we have the right to request that you confirm your data, including personal data, contained in the contact form, e.g. your first name, surname or e-mail address etc. in order to verify your identity and contact you back in a given case, including to send commercial information. The foregoing applies to the same data, including personal data, that you have provided in the contact form, and for the processing of which you have consented. Accordingly, it is not obligatory but necessary to provide such data in order to perform given actions or receive demanded information.
USE OF DATA:
Any personal data that you have provided and for the processing of which you have consented will be processed only in the scope and purposes described above.
Personal data collected automatically may be used for the analysis of user behaviour on websites or collection of demographic data about our users. Data collected during correspondence with Alterout IT will be used solely for the purpose of answering an enquiry in a correct, exhaustive and quick way.
In the circumstances provided for by the generally applicable provisions of law, Alterout IT may be forced to give access to such data, including personal data, to authorised public administration bodies or law enforcement authorities etc.
If you have filled out the contact form or sent us an e-mail, we can contact you by telephone, e-mail or fax in order to send an answer to your questions or present the products and services of Alterout IT.
What are cookies and what are they used for?
Cookies are short pieces of information saved by the website on the hard drive of the user’s computer in the form of text files, thanks to which it is possible to calculate the popularity of the website. The website identifies users in order to determine what information they need, what they look for and what categories they visit more often than others. This helps to make the offer of the website more attractive and suited to the users’ needs. Moreover, cookies are used by the website to maintain a session (after logging in) so that users do not have to enter in their login and password on every subpage of the website, to create statistics that help to understand the way people use websites, a piece of information useful for improving their structure and content. Cookies are used also for collecting data about website logs through the DoubleClick cookie file for Google Analytics and for the purposes of remarketing – the use of graphic advertisements for the users of the website. Users may block the Analytics service for display advertisements and adjust advertisements in the Google advertising network in the advertisement preference manager.
Cookies do not destroy or damage the user’s end device system or files saved therein in any way, as well as do not negatively influence its performance or functionality in an intentional way. Identification is carried out in an impersonal and anonymous way. These are data concerning only the way and form of using the website.
Types of cookie files used as part of the website and time of their storage
As part of the website, two basic types of cookie files are used: session and permanent ones. Session cookies are temporary files stored in the user’s end device until logging out, leaving the website or closing the software (Internet browser). Permanent cookie files are stored in in the user’s end device for the time specified in the parameters of cookie files or until they are deleted by the user.
As part of the website, the following types of cookies are used:
- necessary cookie files making it possible to use the services available as part of the website, for instance those authenticating cookie files used for services requiring authentication as part of the website,
- cookie files used for security, for instance those applied for detecting abuses in the scope of authentication as part of the website,
- performance cookie files making it possible to collect information about the way of using pages on the website,
- functional cookie files making it possible to save options selected by the user and personalise the user’s interface, e.g. in the scope of the selected language or region that the user comes from, font size or look of the website etc.,
- advertising cookie files making it possible to provide users with advertising content more suited to their interests.
Cookie files may be used and located in the end device also through advertisers and partners cooperating with Alterout IT.
It is not necessary to accept cookies in order to use the website. Alterout IT informs all users in a visible and clear way about the goal of storing and gaining access to cookies and about the possibility available to users to specify the terms and conditions of storing and gaining access to cookies through the settings of the software installed in their device. We warn, however, that a lack of acceptance for certain cookies will make it impossible for the website to function properly in a full scope.
Users may give their consent for cookies to be saved on their device and to be used in the way described above by selecting the appropriate settings in the browser they use, i.e. those browser settings that allow for accepting cookies or, accordingly, making no changes to the settings applicable after the foregoing information is received, an option tantamount to giving consent for receiving and using cookies by Alterout IT cookies in the way described above.
Changing cookie settings in the most popular browsers
Below there are links to selected official websites of the producers of the most frequently used Internet browsers, where you can find information about the operations necessary to change the settings of a browser in the aforementioned scope:
For instance, those who use older versions of MS Internet Explorer should select Tools/Internet Options /Privacy/Advanced/Block cookies. While using a browser, users may also delete cookies saved on their devices. In order to do so in the foregoing browser, one should select Tools/Internet Options /General/Delete cookies.
Alterout IT is not responsible for the content of cookies sent by other webpages which are linked on the pages of the website.
In case of any additional questions concerning privacy protection, please feel free to contact us under the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org.