Terms and conditions of content sharing and digital service
(Newsletter terms and conditions)
The Terms and Conditions you are just reading apply to the provision of Digital Content in the form of an e-book and/or audiovisual material, and/or access to an online training course, and/or Digital Service as part of our newsletter. It also defines the rules regarding cookies in connection with the provision of the Content and/or Digital Service.
In order to use the Content or Digital Service, you do not need to share your personal information with us, you can purchase access to the Content or Digital Service.
If you have any questions about the content of these Terms and Conditions, please contact us at e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or at + 48 12 312-52-13.
Who provides the Digital Content or Digital Service?
The provider of Digital Content in the form of e-book and/or audiovisual material, and/or access to online training, and/or Digital Service, and the administrator of your personal data is: PushPushGo sp. z o.o. with its registered office in Krakow at al. 29 Listopada 155C, 31-406 Krakow, registered by the District Court for Krakow-Śródmieście in Krakow XI Economic Department of the National Court Register under the KRS number 0000688693, NIP 6751601766, REGON 367877285.
Who is affected by these Regulations?
The Terms and Conditions apply to people who use the digital Content or Digital Services provided within the newsletter, recipients are both consumers, businesses on the rights of consumers and other businesses.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Clarification of definitions
General terms and conditions for entering into an agreement for the provision of Digital Content or Digital Service
General terms and conditions for providing Digital Content or Digital Service for a fee
Withdrawal of consent for data processing
Rights of the data subject
Cookies and tools implemented on the site
META (Facebook) Pixel
Video content and cookies
Change of Regulations
Clarification of definitions
Means data produced and delivered in digital form.
Means a service that allows a consumer to produce, process, store or access data in digital form, or a service that allows the sharing of data in digital form that has been transmitted or produced by the consumer or other users of the service, or other forms of interaction using such data.
Means the money or digital representation of value due in exchange for the provision of Digital Content or Digital Service.
Minimum technical requirements
Refer to the computer hardware, software and network connection used to access or use Digital Content or Digital Services, such as:
desktop computer, laptop or other multimedia device with Internet access (tablet, cell phone),
access to e-mail,
active e-mail address,
a keyboard or other device that allows correct completion of electronic forms,
access to an up-to-date web browser: Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, Google Chrome, Safari.
General terms and conditions for concluding a contract for the provision of Digital Content or Digital Services
As part of your newsletter signup, you may receive material in the form of Digital Content or Digital Service, such as access to a training course, e-book or other digital material of value to you. However, this is not the rule, sometimes we make the newsletter signup available without receiving the material, and the main reason for signing up for the newsletter is, as always with us, substantive content received regularly straight to your inbox.
If in the place where you sign up for the newsletter, you are offered material, please note that you do not have to sign up for the newsletter to receive access to the material, i.e. Digital Content or Digital Service. In order to receive the Digital Content or Digital Service provided by us through the newsletter, you can access it immediately by subscribing to our newsletter and providing us with your name and email address as part of the newsletter, after which we will make the Digital Content or Digital Service available to you at the email address you provided when you signed up.
However, if you do not wish to subscribe to our newsletter, you may receive access to the Digital Content or Digital Service without subscribing to our newsletter by paying the Price of PLN 79.99 gross to receive access to the Digital Content or Digital Service without subscribing to the newsletter.
Information about the possibility of providing you with material in the form of Digital Content or Digital Service via a newsletter is indicated on the subscription form embedded on our website. In the absence of information about the possibility of making Digital Content or Digital Service available to you via newsletter, you can subscribe to our newsletter.
As part of the newsletter, we send educational content, industry reports, information about new blog posts, new videos and commercial information about our digital products available on the websites for direct marketing of our services and products.
By subscribing to the newsletter, you grant us permission to process your data, including your name and your email address, for the purpose of sending the newsletter under the terms of these Terms and Conditions and the Privacy and Cookies Policy embedded on our website.
Signing up for the newsletter is done by filling out and submitting the sign-up form embedded on our website. It is also possible to fill out the form by completing a pop-up that appears on our website, by signing up on a dedicated web page (the so-called landing page), or through a sign-up form embedded in the content of our website.
The Digital Content is sent by sending an active link with access to the Digital Content to the email address you provided. The digital service is delivered according to the instructions provided in the message sent to you.
In order to use the Digital Content and/or Digital Service without restrictions, it is necessary to meet the Minimum Technical Requirements specified in these Terms and Conditions. These are the technical requirements, the fulfillment of which is necessary for cooperation with the information and communication system and use of the Digital Content or Digital Service provided by us, i.e.:
a computer, laptop or other multimedia device with Internet access;
access to e-mail;
an active e-mail address;
a keyboard or other device capable of correctly filling out electronic forms;
access to a current web browser: Mozilla, Internet Explorer, Opera, Google Chrome, Safari.
10. You may withdraw from the contract for the provision of Digital Content or Digital Services within 14 days of its conclusion.
General terms and conditions for paid provision of Digital Content or Digital Service
If for some reason you do not want to share your data with us and subscribe to our newsletter, you can get access to the Digital Content or Digital Service by paying the Price, i.e. the gross amount of PLN 79.99.
Paid access to Digital Content or Digital Service can be done by sending us a message requesting paid access in the form of an individual order to our email address.
In this case, write us a message to the email address indicated at the beginning of these Terms and Conditions to place such an order.
In the return message, you will receive from us via email the terms and conditions of sale in the form of an active link or the terms and conditions of sale sent as an attachment to the message.
Along with the terms and conditions, we will also provide you with information obligations under GDPR and other laws, if applicable to you, along with a VAT invoice.
Once your payment has been credited to our bank account, we will promptly send you access to the Digital Content or Digital Service in the form of an active link or by other means, which will be communicated to you in advance.
In order to conclude a contract, it is necessary to accept the terms and conditions by clicking on the checkbox located on the website of the online store or by accepting the terms and conditions in the form of an e-mail.
Your data provided in the newsletter sign-up form (name, email address) is processed for the purpose of sending the newsletter based on your consent.
The newsletter service provider is MailerLite Limited, based in Dublin.
Your data will not be transferred to a third country outside the European Economic Area for the purpose of sending the newsletter.
The data you provide in the newsletter sign-up form is voluntary, but necessary to send you the newsletter based on your consent (Article 6(1)(a) of the GDPR) and for the purpose of asserting possible claims in connection with the newsletter mailing.
You will continue to receive our newsletter until you terminate your subscription or we terminate the newsletter.
If a subscriber is inactive for one year, we reserve the right to stop sending the newsletter. In such a case, we will remove you from my subscribers list, but your address will continue to be available in the system used to send the newsletter until the statute of limitations for claims.
The mechanism for unsubscribing from the newsletter service is not complicated and consists in clicking on the active link with the information "Unsubscribe". Once you have exercised this right and unsubscribed from the newsletter, your newsletter subscription data will be stored for the period necessary to defend against potential claims. This is our legitimate interest as a data controller. In this case, we process your data on the basis of the controller's legitimate interest (Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR). You can object to the processing of your data in this way at any time - write us a message at the address given in these Terms and Conditions.
In order to unsubscribe from the newsletter service, you can also write us a message to the email address indicated in these Terms and Conditions, in which case we, as the administrator of your data, will remove you from the list of subscribers from the newsletter platform.
Your data is stored in the newsletter service provider's system, which is used to send the newsletter. The newsletter service provider therefore has access to the data that we process within the system.
We may also transfer personal data provided when signing up for the newsletter to the following entities: IT system maintenance and hosting service provider, email service provider, newsletter service provider, and third parties supporting us in the dispatch of the newsletter with whom we have entered into appropriate entrustment agreements, or third parties who are authorized by us to process data within the newsletter.
As in any case where we process your data, you have the right to access the content of your data, to receive a copy of it, the right to rectification, deletion, restriction of processing, the right to data portability, the right to object, the right to withdraw consent at any time.
Keep in mind, however, that if you withdraw your consent to data processing, this fact will not affect the lawfulness of data processing that was carried out on the basis of your consent before its withdrawal.
You also have the right to file a complaint with the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection as soon as you consider that the processing of your data violates the law.
The email address provided to us, which is stored in the system for sending newsletters, may be transferred to the Meta platform for the purpose of creating a group of recipients for advertising within the Meta service.
However, we would like to inform you that the Meta platform has implemented appropriate processes and procedures to ensure the confidentiality and security of the email address you submit.
Sign-up pages, including pop-up sign-up forms, are created using the newsletter mailing system.
The newsletter service provider provides analytical and statistical functions, collecting information such as the number of views of specific pages.
You can find more information about the data we acquire on the newsletter service provider's website.
Newsletter processing does not result in automated decision-making on our part that directly affects your rights and obligations, with profiling we may target you with content that is consistent with your interests and behavior so that the content you receive is most useful to you.
Withdrawal of consent for data processing
The processing of data for the purpose of sending newsletters is based on your consent.
You can revoke this consent at any time - at your own discretion.
If the processing of your personal data was carried out on the basis of consent, its withdrawal does not make the processing of personal data unlawful up to that point.
Please note that after withdrawing your consent, your data will still be stored in the system for sending newsletters.
In this case, we process your data on the basis of the legitimate interest of the data controller, which is to demonstrate in the future that a specific e-mail address was subscribed to our newsletter database.
Your data will be stored until a supervisory authority can audit the correctness of our data processing related to the newsletter service.
Rights of the data subject
At any time, you can write to the email address provided for information about our processing of your data.
The GDPR grants the following rights related to the processing of personal data:
Right of access to information and obligation to provide information - means that every person whose data is processed has the right to know what is happening to their personal data. Right of access to personal data - means that if we, as the controller of your data, receive a request from you for access to your data, we are obligated to provide you with such information. We are to perform our obligations in this regard as a data controller immediately, no later than within one month. If it is not possible to do so within this timeframe, we are obligated to at least inform you whether we are processing your data, and we can then extend the deadline for a complete response to your request by two months.
Right to rectification of personal data - means that you can request that the controller of your data rectify incorrect data or complete incomplete data.
The right to the erasure of personal data, the right to be forgotten - means that you can demand that we, as the controller of your personal data, delete it, informing the person to whom your data has been transferred of its deletion. You also have the right to demand that your data that has been made public by us be subject to deletion by other administrators as well. As the controller of your data, we are also obliged, upon your request, to inform you to which recipients your data subject to deletion has been transferred.
The right to restrict processing of personal data - means that you can request that the processing of your personal data be restricted. This happens, for example, when you do not agree with the accuracy of the processed data, or when you decide that we no longer need the data for the purposes of processing.
Right to object to the processing of personal data - means that you can object to your data being processed by the controller.
The right to data portability - means that under certain conditions you can request that your data be transferred directly to a designated other controller.
The right to lodge a complaint - means that as soon as you consider that our processing of your data violates the law, you can file a complaint with the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection.
3. Remember that you will not be entitled to each of these rights always and in every case. This is not a sign of malice, but the nature of the law.
We enable you to contact us through the contact form on our website or via email.
The data you provide to us within the contact form, i.e. your e-mail, order number, other information provided in the form, will be processed by us in order to contact you electronically.
When you contact us by e-mail, you provide us with your e-mail address as the sender of the message. You may also include other personal information in your message.
The legal basis for the processing of personal data in this case is your consent resulting from the initiation of contact with us.
We can archive the contents of your correspondence once we have finished contacting you.
The archiving period will not be longer than the statute of limitations for claims under the law.
Cookies and tools implemented on the site
Cookies are short text information stored on the device you use to browse websites. They can be read by us ("first-party cookies", which we use to ensure the proper operation of this site, improve our offerings), as well as by systems belonging to other entities whose services we use ("third-party cookies").
Remember that you have the right to change your cookie settings from your browser and our website.
Our website uses the following tracking technologies:
Social media plugins redirecting to our social media profiles such as: Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Twitter;
Analytical and marketing tools, i.e. META (Facebook) Pixel, Google Analytics, Clarity.
META (Facebook) Pixel
It's an analytics tool, a piece of code implemented on the site, that allows us to target marketing efforts to people who have visited our site or are interested in our services.
The data collected as part of the tool is anonymous (location, gender, age, online activity), though the provider (Meta) may combine it with data it has collected about you as part of your use of its platform.
META (Facebook) Pixel helps us determine the effectiveness of our marketing efforts, reach a specific audience, and shows their reactions to our actions.
You can read more about the tool on the vendor's website.
We make our entire information obligation regarding our presence on the Meta platform available here: ………………….
You have the option to disable the function of storing cookies by appropriate settings within your browser. However, there is a risk that it will lead to a situation where you will not be able to fully use all the functions of this website.
The data collected as part of the tool is anonymous (location, gender, age, online activity), though the provider may combine it with data it has collected about you as part of your use of its browser and/or its services.
We use Google Analytics to analyze the use of the website by its users and to improve it according to users' preferences. Thanks to the statistics obtained, we can, for example, adjust our offer.
Details about Google Analytics are available by clicking on the link.
Google ensures that it uses the data protection and security mechanisms provided by European regulations. Details of Google's data protection are available at the link.
Clarity is an analytical tool that allows us to analyze user behaviors on our website and helps us improve our efforts to make the website more user-friendly and tailored to the preferences of our audience.
Clarity is a tracking code implemented on our website, which records the actions of each user on the website. It enables us to recreate your interactions with the specific webpage we operate. The tool helps create activity maps and shows us which elements of our website generate interest.
Data recorded through Clarity does not allow for the identification of a specific individual (we have access to information such as the browser you are using, the time spent on the website, the opening of subpages within our website, and the areas you click on, but we do not see the specific data you enter if you use forms available on the website).
You have the ability to disable the saving of cookies through the appropriate settings within your browser https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/clarity/setup-and-installation/privacy-disclosure.
Clarity details are available by clicking on the link: https://clarity.microsoft.com/terms
Clarity's data protection details are available at the link: https://privacy.microsoft.com/pl-pl/privacystatement
Videos and cookies
We place audiovisual materials from YouTube and Vimeo on our website.
Cookies from Google LLC and Vimeo Inc. are used for this purpose.
Cookies are automatically generated when you play audiovisual material from the above-mentioned services. If you do not agree to this, do not play the video material.
The Digital Content and/or Digital Service provided is educational in nature and does not constitute and replace individual expert advice.
The content provided is a manifestation of our own intellectual creativity and is protected by copyright law.
Use of shared content outside of permitted personal use may result in the risk of criminal and civil liability.
If you have a doubt about the legal nature of the content we provide or how you can legally use it, please write us a message and we will give you a comprehensive answer.
You may submit complaints regarding the operation of this site, the newsletter or the digital Content or Digital Service provided directly to you at the email address provided: email@example.com.
We will consider each complaint within 14 days, also responding via email.
You also have the opportunity to use out-of-court means of dealing with complaints and claims. You have the opportunity to apply to a permanent amicable consumer court with a request to resolve a dispute arising from the contract, apply to the provincial inspector of the Commercial Inspection with a request to initiate mediation proceedings for the amicable settlement of a dispute between us, use the assistance of a district (city) consumer ombudsman or a social organization whose statutory task is to protect consumers.
You can also use the ODR platform, which is available at http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr.
The platform serves to resolve disputes between consumers and businesses seeking out-of-court settlement of disputes regarding contractual obligations arising from an online sales contract or service contract.
As a user of this site, you are obligated to:
provide only true, current and necessary data in the forms provided, and promptly update the data;
use the content, services and functionalities provided by the site in a manner that does not interfere with the functioning of the site and in a manner consistent with the provisions of applicable law, the provisions of the Regulations, as well as in accordance with customs and rules of social coexistence, in a manner that does not interfere with the functioning of other users of the site;
not to provide or transmit within the site any content prohibited by the provisions of the applicable law, in particular, violating the property copyrights of third parties or their personal rights;
not to post unlawful content, such as: sending or posting unsolicited commercial information (spam) or posting any content that violates the law;
not to unauthorizedly alter of delivered content;
not to take actions aimed at coming into possession of information not intended for you.
Change of Regulations
These Regulations may be amended only for the reasons indicated below. The amendment to the Terms and Conditions shall become effective 14 days after the date of notification of the amendment to the Terms and Conditions. If the Terms and Conditions are changed, you have the same rights as if you subscribed to the newsletter, including the right of withdrawal.
Regulations are subject to change due to:
the need to adapt the Regulations to the provisions of applicable law and the need to adapt the Regulations to a recommendation, interpretation, ruling, decision or decision of a public authority or court ruling, as long as they affect the content of the Regulations;
introduction of new services, changes in their scope or nature;
changes in the technical conditions for providing services;
changes in the scope of our activities and organizational changes of our company;
correction of stylistic, linguistic or other non-substantive errors.