Szanujemy i chronimy prywatność oraz bezpieczeństwo użytkowników naszej strony internetowej.
We respect and protect the privacy and safety of users of our website.
This Privacy Notice describes how we process your personal information provided to us through our website at https://www.wenaart.com.
Below you will find what information is collected by us in connection with the provision of our services as well as for what purposes and in what ways this information is used.
1. Controller of personal data
The Controller of your personal data provided through our website at https://wenaart.com is Wena Art- Pracownia Plastyczna Aurora, ul. Pierwszych Osadników 51, 84-210 Choczewo, NIP: 588-175-16-47.
Providing personal information is not required for using our website at https://wenaart.com, unless the User intends to buy goods.
The following personal information is collected from the Users using our order form:
name and surname, email address, telephone number, address to which the goods ordered are to be shipped.
The provision of your personal data when you fill in our order form is voluntary. Nonetheless, if you do not provide the required information (name and surname, address, telephone number, email, consent to the processing of your personal data), submitting the order form and purchasing our products will not be possible.
3. Contact via email
When contacting us via email, you provide us your email address as the sender’s address. In addition, the content of your message may also contain other personal information. The legal basis for processing your personal data in this case is your consent resulting from your initiating a contact with our firm being the Controller of your personal data. Your personal information submitted through email is processed to handle your query and to prepare and present our offer. To ensure professional service, your personal information and the content of your query will be stored in our system.
4. Website hosting
The content of correspondence may be archived in accordance with our supplier’s server security policy. Our email boxes are supported by Cyber Folks.
5. Contact by telephone
Your personal information provided during a phone call may be written down and stored in order to process your query and to prepare and present our offer. The legal basis for processing your personal data in this case is your consent resulting from your initiating a contact with our firm. The content of telephone conversations is not archived.
6. Purpose of processing data
The personal information of our Clients is collected by the Controller through our website in order to carry out sales contracts and for marketing purposes, provided a Client has given his/her consent to that.
6.1 The recipients of personal data of clients using our website can be:
– in the case of a Client who has selected delivery by courier service, the Controller discloses the Client’s personal information to a selected carrier or agent responsible for delivering the shipment by order of the Controller.
A Client has the right to access and correct his/her personal data.
The provision of your personal data is voluntary. Nonetheless, failure to provide the personal data referred to in our Terms & Conditions and in our order form, the provision of which is indispensable for the conclusion of a sales contract, will render the conclusion of the sales contract impossible.
The personal information mentioned above will also be processed in order to answer any queries and/or to send an offer by Wena Art- Pracownia Plastyczna Aurora, ul. Pierwszych Osadników 51, 84-210 Choczewo.
7. Security of personal data
Only authorised and properly trained staff members of Wena Art- Pracownia Plastyczna Aurora, ul. Pierwszych Osadników 51, 84-210 Choczewo have access to your personal data.
The Controller shall safeguard your personal data against unauthorised disclosure, loss, changes, damage or destruction and process all personal data they have been entrusted with in accordance with applicable law. The legal basis for the processing of your personal information is article 6 section 1 letter b 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 (the GDPR).
8. Changing your personal data
The User may request that his/her personal data be changed, corrected or deleted and, in the case of a breach of personal data security or personal data regulations, the User may also make a complaint by contacting Wena Art- Pracownia Plastyczna Aurora, ul. Pierwszych Osadników 51, 84-210 Choczewo via:
a) email at firstname.lastname@example.org
b) contact form at https://www.wenaart.com
c) telephone on +48 694 417 606.
Your personal data shall be stored until your consent to process your personal data is withdrawn.
9. Contacting the Controller of personal data
This Privacy Notice regards cookie files and refers to the website at https://wenaart.com/,whose owner is Wena Art- Pracownia Plastyczna Aurora, ul. Pierwszych Osadników 51, 84-210 Choczewo.
Except for information contained in cookie files, no other information is collected automatically through the website at https://wenaart.com/.
Cookie files are used for the following purposes:
– delivering website content relevant to service Users’ preferences and thus, optimising the use of websites; cookie files are, in particular, used to recognise a service User’s device and display personalised website content most relevant to the User’s individual needs;
– creating statistics in order to understand how websites are used by their Users. In this case the collected information includes: IP address of the Internet service provider, a type of browser, operating system, access time. Navigational data, such as information about outbound links and references clicked on, or other activity on the website may also be collected from the Users.
– maintaining the service User session (after signing in), thanks to which the User does not have to enter his/her login and password in each subpage of the service.
Types of cookie files
Statistics cookies – these cookies enable us collect information about how our website is used; this information may be transferred to analytics services, e.g. Google Analytics;
Functionality cookies – these cookies allow a website to remember its Users’ settings and preferences;
Social media cookies – these cookies make it possible to integrate social media services (such as, among others, Facebook, You Tube, Twitter) used by the Users with the website.
What cookies do we use?
Our website uses two major types of cookies, namely session cookies and persistent cookies.
Session cookies are temporary files, which are stored on a User’s device until he/she logs out, leaves the website or closes his/her Internet browser.
Persistent cookies remain on a User’s device until their expiration dates or until they are erased by the User.
We use the following cookie files:
Statistics cookies – these cookies enable us to collect information about how our website is used; this information is transferred to Google Analytics services;
Cookie files related to showing the position of our office on an Internet map through maps.google.com;
Functionality cookies – these cookies allow our website to remember its Users’ settings and preferences;
Social media cookies – these cookies make it possible to integrate social media services (among others Facebook, You Tube, Twitter) used by the Users with our website.
The Controller of personal information collaborates with the following external services which may place cookies on the Users’ devices:
Google Ads, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter.
Managing cookie files
The owner of this website is not liable for the content of cookie files sent by other Internet parties, the links to which are placed on pages of the owner’s service. You may, or not, give your consent to cookie files being saved on your device and used in a way described above by selecting relevant settings of your Internet browser.
Disabling cookie files in your browser
A User may at any time change the cookies settings on his/her device, such as saving and deleting cookies and access to information about cookie files saved, by himself/herself.
A User may at any time delete any cookie files saved so far using, for this purpose, tools available on the device the User uses for the Service.
See how to disable cookies in the following browsers:
How to disable cookies on mobiles phones, tablets and other mobile devices
Each device may support the functionality in a different way. Therefore, we encourage you to read Privacy Settings options on your mobile device manufacturer website.
Service requirements and cookie files
Disabling or rejecting cookies on a User’s device may result in some features of the Service not working properly.
The Controller shall not be held liable for any Service features or functionalities not working properly if saving and reading cookie files has been limited or restricted in any way by the User.
Consent to use cookie files
If the settings of an Internet browser used to view this website and its subpages are not changed, then
a consent for using cookies by this website and its subpages for the purposes specified above is deemed to have been given.