Privacy policy

Cookie Policy
Information clause

What are cookies?
Cookies are computer data, in particular text files, placed on the devices of end users (e.g. on computers, phones, tablets) via web browsers. They enable identification of your device and suitable display of the website, customised to your individual preferences. Servers can read cookies whenever your terminal device connects to them. These files usually contain the name of the domain of the website they are taken from, the time of storage on the terminal device and a unique number.
What do we use cookies for?
We use cookies to:
  1. customise the contents of the pages of the website to your preferences and improve the way you use the web pages; in particular, these files can be used to identify your device and correctly display the web page customised to your individual needs.
  2. create anonymous, aggregated statistics to help in understanding the way you use the web pages in order to improve their structure and contents.
  3. protect the web pages, e.g. prevent unauthorised access.
  4. identify which advertisements you displayed in order to provide you with advertising contents better suited to your interests.
  5. ensure that the web pages are well-developed and that they function correctly, including tests of web page performance.
What types of cookies do we use?
We generally use:
  1. “session” cookies (temporary files left on your device until you log out of the website or until you close your software (web browser))
  2. “persistent” cookies (files kept on your device for the period specified in their parameters or until you delete them manually).
The specific breakdown of cookies that may be used by our website is as follows:
  1. necessary cookies, which are absolutely required for the correct functioning of the web page or the functionalities you wish to use and which enable using the services available on the website
  2. cookies that enable acquiring information about the way you use the website
  3. functional cookies, used to enhance the functions of the web pages and ensure high quality and functionality of the web pages, capable of, for instance, saving the settings you select and customising the user interface
  4. advertising cookies, which enable providing you with advertising contents more suited to your preferences.
Do cookies contain personal data?
Cookies generally do not contain personal data. However, some information kept in the cookies (e.g. regarding your preferences) may, in combination with other information about you, be regarded as personal data. In any case, the personal data acquired this way may only be processed in order to perform specific functions for you, as discussed above. Such data are encrypted in a manner that prevents unauthorised access.
How to delete cookies?
Your web browser usually permits storing cookies on your terminal device by default.
The right to store and gain access to cookies is granted upon your consent. This consent is usually granted when you configure your web browser or the selected web page or service. You may return to these settings at any time and specify the conditions of storage or access to this information.
In order to change cookie settings, you should read the specific information about the options and methods of managing cookies that are available in the settings of your browser. If you do not change the cookie settings, this will mean that cookies will be placed on your terminal device.
If you disable cookies, using some of the services of the website may become difficult.
Below, we have provided links to instructions indicating how to change cookie settings in the most popular web browsers: Want to learn more?
For any enquiries concerning the cookie policy, contact us at:
For more information about cookies, go to:
  1. The Controller of your personal data is Muniak spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością sp. k. having its registered office in Warsaw at the address: ul. Dywizjonu 303 nr139/U2, 01-470 Warszawa (hereinafter: "Company” or "Controller”). 
  2. Contact with the Company is possible in the following ways: 
    1. in writing at the address:
      Muniak spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością sp. k.
      ul. Dywizjonu 303 nr139/U2
      01-470 Warszawa
    2. at the e-mail address:
  3. Provision of personal data is voluntary, but necessary for conclusion and performance of the Agreement with the Company. Failure to provide personal data will prevent the conclusion and performance of the Agreement. Provided personal data include data of individuals carrying on business activity, representatives or contact persons for performance of the Agreement, i.e. first name, surname, company name, address, NIP taxpayer number, e-mail address, contact telephone number, 
  4. The personal data provided in the agreement and during the cooperation will only be processed by the Company for the following purposes:
    1. to conclude, perform and settle the agreement, 
    2. to fulfil the obligations arising from the legal regulations related to tax and accounting issues,
    3. for a legitimate purpose understood as identification of the party/representative/contact person, and to assert claims if any, 
    4. for an ongoing contact, including providing responses to writings and requests,
    5. for archiving.
  5. The legal basis for processing your data will be:
    1. necessity for performing the agreement or taking actions at your request prior to conclusion of the agreement,
    2. necessity for compliance with a legal obligation imposed on the controller, 
    3. necessity for purposes resulting from legitimate interests pursued by the controller, such as ongoing contact with you, including responding to your writings and requests or asserting claims.
  6. Your personal data will be processed for as long as it is necessary to achieve the objective of its processing. The period for which your data is processed depends on the purpose for which it is processed. The period for which your data is stored is calculated based on the following criteria:
    1. the term of the agreement and provision of services, 
    2. legal regulations that may require the Company to process data for a specific period of time, including, in particular, for tax and accounting purposes, 
    3. period that is necessary for defending the collector's interests, including asserting claims in connection with performance of the agreement, 
    4. period for which the consent has been given,
    5. for archiving purposes for the period of 10 years.
  7. Your personal data may be shared with: 
    1. authorised employees or co-workers of the Company, 
    2. entities supporting the Company through outsourced services and in accordance with concluded data processing agreements, in particular providers of technical, organisational, legal and advisory services used by the Company to carry out its business activity, including law, tax, accounting, IT companies, companies providing maintenance services, courier and postal companies.
  8. The Company does not share your personal data with third countries, i.e. outside of the territory of the European Economic Area. 
  9. You have the right to request access to your personal data, its rectification, erasure or restriction of processing, the right to transfer it, not to be the subject of automated decision making, including profiling, the right to withdraw the consent at any time without the impact on the lawfulness of the processing that had taken place based on the consent before it was withdrawn, and the right to raise objection to data processing. You can exercise these rights by contacting the Company: 
    1. in writing at the address:
      Muniak spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością sp. k.
      ul. Dywizjonu 303 nr139/U2
      01-470 Warszawa
    2. at the e-mail address:
  10. Personal data processing does not include automated decision making or profiling. 
  11. In case of any concerns as to the correctness of personal data processing, you are entitled to lodge a complaint to the Head of the Personal Data Protection Office.