The website operating at turnie.com.pl is owned by F.H.U. "SUCHE" s.c. Suche 113, 34-520 Poronin (NIP: 7361004595). The service and product offer presented within the service does not constitute an offer within the meaning of commercial law. When using the turnie.com.pl website, we collect and use user data only for the needs of the FHU SUCHE company to the extent necessary to carry out service and product inquiries, advertising and marketing communications and information activities carried out among users and customers. The user may at any time opt out of receiving this type of information.
Securing personal data has a high priority for us. We take care of administrative, technical and physical security in order to protect personal data in our possession from unauthorized disclosure, use, alteration and destruction. We are committed to creating appropriate security control procedures to protect our personal data against any foreseeable risk. Personal data contained in the forms are stored and processed in a manner consistent with the requirements of Polish law. The set of collected personal data is treated as a separate database, which is stored on a server in a specially designated security zone. The data administrator is collected FHU SUCHE s.c ..
In accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act (Dz. U. No. 133 of the Law of 29.08.1997), we provide all Website Users with the opportunity to view their data and correct it. These data may be deleted at any time at the request of the User. We do not transfer, sell or lend collected personal data to other persons or institutions, unless it is at the request of a court, prosecutor, police or other authorized body.
Cookies policy on the turnie.com.pl website
Cookies (so-called cookies) are small text files used in connection with the use of the Website by the user. Such files are created and saved in the user's device (eg on a computer), and the Website may access them. Cookie files, depending on the type, are deleted after the end of the browser session (so-called session cookies) or after a longer period (so-called persistent cookies). You can learn more about the way cookies work, for example, at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cookies.
The User may grant or refuse to give consent to the use of cookie files through the settings of his browser. By default, browsers allow the placement of cookies on your end device, but any user can oppose this. For this purpose, you can change the settings of your web browser so that it blocks cookies or informs you whenever a file is sent to your device. If the user's browser accepts certain cookies, the user consents to the use of these cookies in accordance with the relevant provisions of Polish law.
Detailed instructions on how to determine the conditions of cookie files storage are available on the websites of the browser manufacturer, e.g.
Cookies can be used by the website owner as well as by other entities. Cookies allow us to adapt the Website to the users' expectations. They do not contain any personal data or in any way change the configuration of the devices on which they will be installed.