Privacy policy


  1. The Privacy Policy constitutes a document that regulates the rules of processing and protecting personal data of the Store’s Clients.
  2. The Administrator of personal data of the Store’s Clients within the meaning of the provisions of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (hereinafter: “GDPR”) is the Seller.
  3. The terms used in the Privacy Policy are to be interpreted according to their definitions specified in the Store’s Terms of Service.

§ 1

What data we collect and how we use it

  1. The personal data of the Clients is collected by the Seller for the following purposes:
  • Providing services electronically and fulfilling placed Orders (performing a sales contract) (as per art. 6 par. 1 sub. b of GDPR),
  • compliance with legal obligations, including issuing invoices or addressing complaints (as per art. 6 par. 1 sub. c of GDPR),
  • potential establishment, exercise or defense of legal claims, which arises from legitimate interests of the Seller (as per art. 6 par. 1 sub. f of GDPR),
  • the Seller offering their own products and/or services (direct marketing), which constitutes a legitimate interest of the Seller (as per art. 6 par. 1 sub. f of GDPR),
  • the Seller offering products and/or services (direct marketing) of cooperating third parties – partners, which constitutes a legitimate interest of the Seller and said partners (as per art. 6 par. 1 sub. f of GDPR),
  • creating reports and analyses on functioning of the Store for the Seller’s own use (as per art. 6 par. 1 sub. f of GDPR).
  1. For the purposes of fulfilling an Order, the Seller collects the following data on the Clients: Personal data (first and last name or a company conducting business activity), address and contact details (postal code, post office, city or town, street, building number, apartment number, e-mail address, phone number) and, when issuing an invoice, also the NIP number.
  2. The Seller declares that providing the data specified in paragraph 2 above is voluntary, but it’s also necessary and essential for fulfillment of an Order.
  3. Based on a separate permission issued by the Client, the personal data of the Client will also be processed by the Seller for the following purposes:
  • marketing purposes, especially for the purposes of advertising, promotions or contests,
  • receiving commercial communication, especially the Seller sending a bulletin, as in a newsletter, at the e-mail address provided by the Client.
  1. The Seller informs that, for technical purposes and for purposes related to collecting general statistical data, they also process data on the identifier (including the IP address) and type of the Client’s end device and the connection time between the Client and the Store.
  2. The Client’s data can also be collected through cookie files (i.e. text files that allow to create pageview statistics for the Store’s subpages). The website utilizes session cookies, which get deleted upon closing the web browser window, as well as persistent cookies, which are stored for a specified amount of time on the devices the Client uses to access the Store. The Client may change the cookies settings on their own and at any time, specifying the conditions of storing them and getting access to the Client’s device through them, using the web browser’s settings or the service’s configuration. Detailed information on what cookie files can do and how they are managed can be found in the settings of the Client’s software (web browser). Limiting the use of cookie files might impact certain functionalities available on the Store’s website.

§2

Sharing data

  1. The personal data of the Client might be shared with an entity that provides the Seller with the following:
  • bookkeeping services,
  • hosting services,
  • legal services,
  • delivery services,
  • IT services.
  1. The personal data of the Clients is not shared outside the European Union’s territory.

§3
The duration of data processing

The personal data of the Clients will be processed for the limitation period for the claims that the Client and the Seller might file regarding fulfillment of an Order, without prejudice to legal provisions that might impose an obligation on the Seller to store the data for a longer period of time, especially provisions of the tax law (i.e. tax liabilities).

§4

The Clients’ rights in relation to processing personal data

The Seller informs that, in relation to processing personal data of the Clients, each Client has:

  • The right to access their data and receive a copy of it;
  • The right to rectify their data;
  • The right to have their data removed (“The right to be forgotten”);
  • The right to limit the processing of their data;

In a request to have the processing of their data limited, the Client may request to have the processing of their data limited to storing only if the Seller is in possession of incorrect personal data or processes it without a valid reason, as well as if the Client doesn’t want the Seller to remove the data because the Client needs it for establishment, exercise or defense of legal claims. The processing may also be limited for the duration of an objection lodged against the processing.

  • The right to lodge an objection against processing:
  1. in case of processing data for purposes of direct marketing, lodging an objection will result in data no longer being processed for that purpose,
  2. in case of processing data based on legitimate interest for purposes other than direct marketing, the objection should mention a specific situation of the Client that would justify the processing covered by the objection being stopped by the Seller. Lodging an objection will result in data no longer being processed for such purposes, unless the Seller proves that the basis for processing the Client’s data is superior to their rights or that the Seller needs the Client’s data for establishment, exercise or defense of legal claims.
  • The right to transfer data

In relation to personal data provided by the Client to the Seller, processed based on an agreement or for purposes of concluding or performing a concluded contract as well as processed in an automated manner, the Client might request having the data issued in a standardized, commonly used format that is suitable for machine reading or transferred to another party, if possible.

  • The right to withdraw a permission at any time, if the data is processed based on a given permission;
  • The right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority, as in the Chairman of the Personal Data Protection Office, in case of believing that the Seller is processing data illegally.
  • The right to withdraw a permission to send commercial communication electronically through an e-mail message sent at: shop.mescell@gmail.com or a letter sent at the address of the Seller’s headquarters.

 §5

The Seller’s rights

  1. The Seller reserves the right to made selected data on the Client available to competent authorities or to third parties that request having such data made available to them in accordance with provisions of the applicable law.
  2. The Seller declares that they make their best effort to provide their Clients with high level of security in relation to using the Store. All the events that have an impact on the safety of transferring information and data, including suspicions of spreading files that contain viruses and other files of similar nature, have to be reported at the following e-mail address: shop.mescell@gmail.com.

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