PRIVACY AND COOKIES POLICY AT
THE INTERNET SERVICE
§ 1. General provisions
Privacy and cookies policy at the internet service https://nukohome.com/ (hereinafter: “Policy”)
has been created and accepted by Nuko Anna Kłosowska.
The terms used in the Policy shall have the meaning as follows:
Service: internet service https://nukohome.com/;
User: an entity/person using a publicly available service;
Owner: Nuko Home sp. z o.o., ul. Rusałek 21, 05-540 Zalesie Górne, NIP 8481876766, REGON 385579237;
Cookies: text files sent by the Service and recorded on the User’s end device used by
the User for browsing the Internet. The files contain information necessary for the
proper functioning of the Service. Cookies usually contain the name of the Internet
service domain they originate from, the time of their storage on the end device and
The purpose of the Policy is to foremost:
provide Users with information on the sue of Cookies in the Service required by law
provisions including the Telecommunication Law;
provide protection of privacy to Users within the scope corresponding to standards
and requirements defined in binding law provisions.
The owner shall limit the collection and usage of information on Users to the minimum
required for the provision of services to their benefit.
In order to obtain full access via Service to the content and services offered by the Owner it is
advised to approve of the principles following from the Policy.
The law provisions shall apply as follows:
the law of 16 July 2004 Telecommunication Law (Journal of Laws of 2017.1907 as
the law of 18 July 2002 on the provision of electronic services (Journal of Laws of
2017.1219 as amended);
Regulation of the European Parliament and Council (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016
on the protection of natural persons in connection with personal data processing and
free flow of such data and the annulment of the directive 95/46/EC (general
Regulation on data protection) (Journal of Laws L 119 of 4.5.2016) along with the
Polish provisions of personal data protection.
§ 2. Privacy and personal data protection
Users’ data shall be processed by the Owner in line with law provisions. Users’ personal data
obtained by the Owner shall be processed based on the consent granted by the User or
another premise authorising data processing in line with law provisions and in particular the
The Owner shall exercise due diligence for the purpose of protecting the interests of people
these data concern aimed in particular at assuring that such data be:
processed in line with the law, in a reliable manner transparent to the Clients and
other people whom such data concern;
collected for specific, express and legally justified purposes and not processed further
in the manner violating these purposes;
adequate, applicable and limited to what is indispensible for the purposes they are
corrected and updated if necessary;
stored in the form allowing for identification of the person for the period not longer
than indispensible for the purposes they are processed for;
processed in the manner assuring adequate safety of the personal data including
protection against unauthorised or illegal use as well as destruction or damage with
the employment of appropriate technical and organisational means,
The Owner shall use appropriate technical and organisational means assuring protection of
the personal data processed appropriate for the character, scope, context and purposes of
processing as well as the risk of infringing upon the rights or freedoms of natural persons.
The Owner seeks to systematically modernise the applied IT, technical and organisational
means of data protection and in particular the Owner shall assure the updates of IT protection
means allowing for protection against viruses, unauthorised access and other threats related
to the functioning of the IT system and telecommunication networks.
The Owner shall assure access to data and possibility of exercising other rights to all people
who have ever made their data available to the Owner in line with binding law regulations and
in particular such persons:
have the right to withdraw their consent for data processing;
have the right to information on concerning them personal data stored;
have the right to control data processing and in particular the right to supplement,
update, rectify or remove such data;
have the right to object to data processing or limit their processing;
have the right to file a complaint to supervisory authorities and use other means of
legal protection for the purpose of protecting their rights.
The Owner may process personal data automatically by, among others, profiling, on
principles following from the Regulation. In such case it is done for marketing purposes or the
purpose of personalising letters sent to Users (including adjusting information to User’s needs
and expectations). A User has the right to object to such processing of data – the objection
may be expressed by sending an e-mail to the Owner’s address: email@example.com.
A person with access to personal data shall process data solely on the basis of the Owner’s
authorisation or personal data processing entrusting contract and exclusively at the Owner’s
§ 3. Cookies
Cookies identify the User, which allows for adjusting the contents of the website used to the
User’s needs. By remembering the User’s preferences it enables adjusting the contents
presented to the User, including advertising content. By remembering the User’s preferences
it enables adjusting the content presented including advertising content. The Owner uses
Cookies to guarantee appropriate standard of the Service convenience and the data collected
shall be used solely internally within the company for the purpose of optimising its activity.
Cookies are used for the purpose of:
adjusting the content to the User’s preferences;
optimising the Service’s usage, in particular by recognising the User’s end device,
sustaining the User’s session,
supplying advertising content to the User.
Cookies may be placed on the Service User’s end device.
The data collected are used for the purpose of monitoring and checking how the Users use
the Service so as to make its functioning more effective and the navigation problem free.
It shall be remembered that in some cases independent of the Owner, the software installed
by the User on the end device and used for Internet browsing (e.g. a search engine)
introduces default storage of Cookies on the User’s end device. The Users may at any
moment change the settings related to Cookies. The settings may be for example changed in
such a way so as to block automatic Cookies’ settings or inform about each occasion of the
Cookies being placed on the User’s end device. Detailed information in this respect are
available in the settings and software instructions (of the search engine).
At any moment the User may turn off or restore the option of Cookies collection by changing
the settings of the Internet browser.
The change of settings is equivalent with expressing objection, which in the future may result
in difficulties in using the Service. Totally switching off the option of accepting Cookies shall
not make it impossible to browse the Service content except for the content which requires
Not changing the settings means that the data shall be placed on the User’s end device
(using the Service shall result in the Cookies being automatically placed on the User’s end
The data stored on the User’s end device shall not cause any changes in the configuration of
the User’s device or the software installed.
Information related to Cookies shall apply also to other similar technologies employed within
§ 4. Final provisions
The Policy has been adopted as ordered by the Owner and shall come into force on 25 May
2018. The Policy’s content may be modified alike.
All deviations from the Policy shall be made in writing under the pain invalidity.
The applicable law for the Policy is the law of the Republic of Poland.
Provisions of the law shall apply to matters not regulated by the Policy.
Information regarding online dispute resolution pursuant to Art. 14 Para. 1 of the ODR (Online Dispute Resolution Regulation):
The European Commission gives consumers the opportunity to resolve online disputes pursuant to Art. 14 Para. 1 of the ODR on one of their platforms. The platform (http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr) serves as a site where consumers can try to reach out-of-court settlements of disputes arising from online purchases and contracts for services.