Privacy Policy
(effective May 25th, 2018)

I. General overview
II. The aim and the scope of data collecting.
III. Legal background for data procession
IV. Right to control, access of the personal data content and correction
V. “Cookie” files
VI. Other information

I. General overview

1. Personal data collected at the Website and are administered by VIRALSEED Sp. z o.o. [VIRALSEED LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY] entered in the Commercial Register kept by the District Court for Wroclaw – Fabryczna in Wroclaw, VI Commercial Division of National Court Register under no. [NCR]: 000431347, VAT Number: PL8971784557, Company Number: 021958221, place of business and service address: Minska 38/200, 54-610 Wroclaw, Poland, e-mail address:, hereinafter referred to as “Administrator”, which is also the Service Provider.
2. Every word or phrase in this Privacy Policy starting with a capital letter should be interpreted according to their definition as described in Terms and Conditions of: and

II. The aim and the scope of data collecting

1. Personal data will be processed in order to contact the Customer, for informational, accounting and other purposes involving the Customers’ activity on the websites and, also for the purposes of direct marketing concerned with own services provided in a traditional way (printed documents), constituting so-called legitimate interest of the company. For the above-mentioned purposes, data will be processed on the basis of Art. 6.1.b), c) and f) of Decree of The European Parliament and the Council (EU) 2016/679 dated on 27 April 2016 related to the protection of individuals concerning data processing and the free movement of personal data, and the repeal of the 95/46/WE (GDPR) directive.
2. After the separate agreement, on the basis of Art. 6.1.a) of GDPR, the data may be processed also for purposes of sending information via electronic ways or calling via telephone for direct marketing – accordingly to Art.10.2 of the Act on Providing Electronic Services dated 18 July 2002 or Art. 172.1 of the Telecommunication Law dated 16 July 2004, including those resulting from individual profiling, if the service user agreed to it.
3. Personal data processed for service purposes will be processed for the time necessary for the service performance, then data, which are liable for archiving, will be stored for a period of time adequate for expiration of claims, i.e. 10 years. Personal data processed for marketing purposes covered by the Customer’s declaration of consent will be processed until the withdrawal of consent.
4. In the event of the GDPR regulations being violated by personal data processing, the person, whose data is concerned, has the right to present the complaint against General Inspector for the Protection of Personal Data (since 25th May – President of the Office for Personal Data Protection).
5. Data submission is voluntary, however submission of marked data is required for service ordering, but the consequence of not submitting it will make it impossible to order a service.
6. Personal data will be processed also in an automatic way in the form of profiling, if the service user agrees to it on the basis of Art. 6.1.a) of GDPR. The consequence of profiling will be the attribution of individual person to his or her profile in order to making decisions about the person, analyzing and predicting their preferences, behaviors and attitudes.
7. The Administrator makes every possible effort in order to protect the interests of persons, whose data are collected, in particular ensures that, the data collected is:
a) processed according to the law,
b) gathered for specified, legal purposes and it does not undergo any further processing, incompatible with the mentioned purposes,
c) correct in content and adequate in relation to the purposes of processing and storage in form, that allows the identification of the concerned persons, no longer than for the time necessary to reach the aim of processing.

III. Right to control, access of the personal data content and correction

1. The person, whose data is concerned, has the right to access the content of the personal data and the right to correct it, remove it, limit its processing, the right to move data, the right to object, the right to withdraw the consent for processing at any moment regardless its legality for processing, which was done on the basis of agreement before its withdrawal.
2. In order to implement the privileges indicated in point 1, a relevant e-mail message may be sent to the following address:

IV. “Cookie” files

1. The Service Provider’s website uses the ‘cookie’ files. The lack of change in the Customer’s web browser settings equals consent to the data processing.
2. The ‘cookie’ files installation is necessary for the services to be provided correctly. The ‘cookie’ files provide information obligatory for the Website to function correctly, in particular concerning the services that require authorization.
3. The Website uses three types of the ‘cookie’ files: ‘session’, ‘persistent’ and analytical.
a) ‘Session cookies’ are temporary files that are stored in the Customer’s device until log out (leave the Website).
b) ‘Persistent cookies’ are stored in the Customer’s device for the time indicated in their specifications or until their manual removal.
c) ‘Analytical cookies’ allow better recognition of the Customer’s interactions within the Website, better organization of the Website. ‘Analytical cookies’ gather information about the way in which the Website is used by the Customer’s, about type of the website redirected to the Service Provider’s Website and the number of visits and the time spent on the Website. This information does not register any personal information of the Customer, but serve only for statistical purposes of the Website.
4. The user has the right to decide which ‘cookie’ files are used in the device by the earlier choice in the settings of the internet browser. Detailed information on the use of the ‘cookie’ files are available in the software settings (internet browser settings).

V. Other information

1. The Administrator uses technical and organizational measures in order to provide the data processing protection in a manner appropriate for the threats and categories of protected data and in particular secures the data against disclosure to unauthorized persons, removal by an unauthorized person, and processing in violation of the law, and modification, loss, damage or destruction.
2. Service Provider provides appropriate technical measures preventing unauthorized access and modification of personal data sent electronically by unauthorized persons.
3. Matters not covered by this Privacy Policy are governed accordingly by Terms and Conditions of and, regulations of Decree of The European Parliament and the Council (EU) 2016/679 dated 27 April 2016 related to the protection of individuals concerning data processing and the free movement of personal data, as well as the repeal of the 95/46/WE (GDPR) directive, or other relevant regulations of the Polish law, respectively.
4. Provisions contained in this Privacy Policy are effective 25th May, 2018.

DATE OF REVISION: 24/05/2018