The Administrator of your personal data is GINGER`S TACTICAL GEAR DANIEL RAUSZ with its registered office at ul. Gen. Bora-Komorowskiego 24, 80-377 Gdańsk, NIP: 584-275-34-06.
Your personal data is important to us. Respecting your privacy, we have put in place appropriate organisational and technological safeguards to prevent leakage, loss, or access by unauthorised persons.
It is important that you are aware of what happens to your data and you know your rights. We have tried to provide the following information in an easily understandable format. It is also important for you to know what you agree to and what are your rights when providing us with your personal data.
§ 1. Why do we need your data?
1. The GTG Daniel Rausz Online Store collects information about any person, interested in cooperation or purchase of goods offered by GTG, collectively referred to as the Customer.
2. We collect your data to enable you, among others:
(a) registration of an account in the Online Store in order to create and manage your individual customer account (Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR).1
(b) placing an order in the Online Store in order to perform the contract of sale (Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR)
(c) using the contact form (Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR)
(d) making use of the possibility of receiving an individual discount for uniformed formations, referred to in the Regulations of the Online Store (Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR).
(e) claims submissions (Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR)
(f) receiving a copy of our newsletter (Art. 6(1)(a) of the GDPR) psst.. We sometimes send discount codes with it!
3. We only collect data that is required for the purposes specified in this document. Due to legal provisions, we may also need your full address data (Article (6)(1)(c) of the GDPR) for e.g. to issue invoices.
4. When using the Online Store, we may download some additional information, in particular:
(1) the IP address assigned to the client’s computer or the external IP address of the internet provider;
(2) domain name;
Regula’on (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protec’on of natural 1 persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Direc’ve 95/46/EC (General Data Protec’on Regula’on).
(3) type of internet browser;
(4) type of operating system;
(5) information about website traffic, i.e. where you clicked, amount of time you spent on the particular page or tab;
(6) how did you find us? i.e. did you click on our advertisement or search on Google;
We collect the above data due to our legitimate interest. It is to ensure proper functionality of the Online Store and adjustment of convenience and comfort. Any further information is set out in Art. 6(1)(f) of the GDPR.
5. Some personal data information (i.e. name, surname, and address data) can be further processed in order to establish, investigate, enforce claims or defend against these claims (Art. 6(1)(f) of the GDPR).
§ 2. What if I do not want to share any of this information with you?
1. The forms on our website include required fields which are marked with an asterisk.
2. The above-mentioned forms also include optional fields that you do not have to complete. However, completing them may be beneficial for you, e.g. by providing an optional phone number you may speed up the process of door-to-door delivery. Please note that providing your phone number is mandatory if you choose parcel locker delivery. Otherwise, we will not be able to ship the package.
3. As it can be noted, sharing your personal data is voluntary, but we might not be able to provide our services if that information is missing.
§ 3. Do you share my information with anyone?
1. Yes, but only if it is mandatory. We do not like sharing our data so why would we share yours if it is not necessary? We therefore only share your data with the entities that deal with:
b. Payment processing;
c. Functioning of the Online Store (including server hosting provider and web analytics services); d. Logistics (courier services etc.)
In some circumstances processing your data is a legal requirement, for e.g. your data might have to be shared with law firms, debt collection offices, and other entities that ensure the provision of security services.
2. As a general rule, the entities to which we transfer your data are based either in Poland or in the European Union. However, if you order your parcel for example to the U.S., your data will also be transferred to the U.S. via courier services.
§ 4. How long should you keep data for?
1. We have the right to keep your data for as long as you do not withdraw your consent, the reason for collection ceases to exist or data becomes obsolete. More specifically:
a. as for consent, until it is withdrawn;
b. if you have provided us with your data in connection with the purchase, we are obliged to keep your data for a maximum of 6 years which is equivalent to the limitation period during which you can sue us. We also need to keep invoices with your data for at least 5 years.
§ 5. What are Cookies and IP addresses?
1. Cookie files are IT data, in particular text files, which are stored in the Customer’s end devices and are intended for using the website. Cookies usually contain the name of the website they come from, storage time on the end device, and a unique number.
a. to inform and adapt offered services and products to your individual needs and preferences (own cookies);
b. to maintain the session after logging in, thanks to which you do not have to re-enter your login and password on each subpage of the Store (own cookies);
c. to determine your own profile by displaying the best-selected advertising materials (in particular the Google network);
d. to develop general statistics of visits and of presented products display.
3. We use:
a. Session Cookies – these are temporary files that are stored on your device until you log out, leave the website, or turn off the software. The mechanism of these files does not allow for the collection of any personal data or any other confidential information from your computer.
b. Persistent Cookies – these are stored on your end device for the time specified in the cookie file parameters or until they are deleted. The mechanism of these files also does not allow for the collection of any personal data or any other confidential information from your computer.
4. Cookie files are safe. They can not transmit any viruses or dangerous software.
6. How to implement changes? It depends on the browser you use. Below are some of the most popular browsers:
a. Internet Explorer: https://support.microsoft.com/pl-pl/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-cookies
b. Mozilla Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/pl/kb/Włączanie%20i%20wyłączanie%20obsługi%20ciasteczek
c. Opera: http://help.opera.com/Windows/12.10/pl/cookies.html
d. Safari: https://support.apple.com/kb/ph21411?locale=pl_P
e. Chrome: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/61416?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=pl
7. Please note that this document only concerns data processing on our website gtg.com.pl. However, some external links included on our website have their own policies regarding the protection of personal data, and it is your responsibility to familiarize yourself with them.
8. The IP address is a number assigned to the visitor’s computer by the internet service provider and is visible to the Administrator. This number can be dynamic i.e. it can change every time an internet connection is made, or it can be constant and remain unchanged.
9. The IP address can be used by us to diagnose any technical issues, to prepare statistics and analysis, to control and provide security monitoring.
§. 6 What are my rights?
1. You have the right to:
a. Access your personal data – you can request, inter alia, a confirmation of how your data is processed, and familiarize yourself with any relevant information regarding accessing your data (Art. 15 of the GDPR);
b. Rectification of personal data – e.g. when you notice any inaccurate information (art. 16 of the GDPR);
c. Erasure – also known as ‘right to be forgotten’, you can request partial or whole deletion of your data that has been collected by us (art. 17 of the GDPR)
d. Restriction of processing – when you question the accuracy of your data, when processing is unlawful, or when your data is no longer required for the purposes that it was collected or used for, or if you object to any further use of your personal data (art. 18 of the GDPR);
e. Object – when the reason behind is associated with your particular situation (art. 21 of the GDPR);
f. Data portability – that is to retrieve your data in order to transfer them to a different Administrator (art. 20 of the GDPR);
g. Consent withdrawal – we will not be able to use your data from that moment (art. 7(3) of the GDPR), unless there is a different legitimate reason to do so, e.g. you want to withdraw your data after having submitted your complaint.
2. Please be aware that we may refuse to implement any of the above-mentioned changes if we are required to process your data on a different legal basis. For example, we cannot delete all of your personal data when an invoice for the purchase of our goods has been issued. We are bound by the tax regulations to archive invoices for a period of 5 years.
3. We endeavor to fulfill any personal data request with immediate effect, but in some circumstances, it may be dealt with within a month. This period may also be further extended by another 2 months if your matter is complex. We will inform you if this occurs, but please be assured that your satisfaction is our highest priority.
4. Most important matter!
The subject of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a complicated matter. You can always get in touch with us with any queries you may have (our contact details can be found at the top of this document) or if you think that you need more information or our help.
You also have a right to lodge a formal complaint to the President of the Personal Data Protection Office, if you believe that we are in breach of your rights. However, we would highly appreciate it if you could contact us directly before submitting a complaint so that we can resolve this matter efficiently.
§ 7. Can the rules of the game be changed?
1. Unfortunately not. Most of the above-described issues derive directly from the GDPR rules and we have no influence over them. The group of your data recipients may change in due course, but we will inform you about this before we provide your data to anyone.
2. The content of this document may also change due to new laws or our modus operandi.
3. Any future changes will be communicated to you in advance. You will have enough time to read it and decide what to do about it.