Privacy policy - INTRODUCTION

Data protection is a matter of trust, and the trust of users is very important to us. To make users feel safe when visiting our site, we strictly comply with statutory provisions when processing personal data. At this point, we would like to inform you about our principles of data collection and use. The following privacy statement informs you about what user data is collected on our website and which data is processed and who should be consulted on related matters.

Responsibility and user rights

The administrator of the data collected from you is BaRocka Piotr Filas Paweł Worwa S.C., Ponice 114A, 34-700 Rabka Zdrój. An economic entity registered in the Central Register and Information on Economic Activity.

The right to information and objection

Your security and trust is very important to us. For this reason, during our working hours (Monday-Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm) we will answer any question regarding the processing of your personal data. You have the right to obtain information about data stored with us, their origin and recipients, as well as about the purpose, scope and methods of processing. If you want to obtain information about the data stored with us, please contact our data protection department (e-mail: We are also obliged to correct, save and delete data at your request, unless other statutory provisions (eg statutory obligation to store data) provide otherwise.

If you have any questions, want to use the right of objection, please contact us. As a responsible entity, BaRocka Piotr Filas Paweł Worwa S.C is available under the following contact details:

- By mail at the address: BaRocka Piotr Filas Paweł Worwa S.C, Ponice 114A, 34-700 Rabka Zdrój
- Phone: +48 880 540 895 or +48 794 657 659
- E-mail:

The user may at any time obtain free information about his data that is stored with us, as well as use his right to change, block or delete his data. To do this, use the contact details listed above or enter the PRIVACY SETTINGS tab and follow the instructions on this tab.

If the user does not consent to the processing or use of his data by in accordance with these provisions on data protection in whole or in relation to individual activities, he may submit his objection by e-mail or via the PRIVACY SETTINGS tab, by phone or by letter, also using from the contact details listed.

Collection, processing and use of personal data

Personal data is data regarding factual or personal connections of a specific or identifiable natural person. These include, for example, first and last name, telephone number, address and all basic data which the user provided to us when sending the contact form.

Collection, processing and use of your personal data

We collect, save and process your data as part of the contact form available on the contact tab, including any subsequent warranty, in order to implement ours, for the purposes of technical administration, for your own marketing purposes and to prevent offenses and fraud. Users' personal data is transferred to third parties only if it is allowed by law, including the purposes of the contract or settlement, for marketing purposes or in the event of prior user consent. For example, as part of order processing, service providers cooperating with us (eg a carrier, a logistic company) receive the necessary data in order to execute the order. The data provided by this service provider may be used only for the purpose of carrying out its task.

Application of your data for marketing purposes

In addition to processing data as part of order processing at, we also use user data for the following purposes: to continuously optimize the website's operation as part of a customer-friendly and personalized offer; to be able to contact you in relation to contact details sent to us and to recommend services that may interest you.

For this purpose, we use the information obtained, for example, confirmation of receipt and reading of e-mails, information about your end device, connection to the Internet, operating system and platform, date and time of visiting the website or products viewed, and information we obtain from the user (including information provided automatically or generated).

The User may at any time oppose the use of the User's personal data for advertising purposes in whole or in relation to particular activities, without charging it with costs other than the costs of providing information according to the basic tariff. For this purpose, it is sufficient to send a text notification to the contact details listed in item 1 (eg e-mail, fax, letter).

Banner advertising

The data collected during the user's visit is also used to display the so-called banner advertising. These are advertisements redirecting to third party websites. This ad usually uses cookies (cookies) or pixels. Our goal is to develop an advertising offer that will be attractive and useful for the user, therefore as part of the banner advertising, the user can see primarily the products that he has already viewed on our site or products similar to those previously watched by him (so-called retargeting). As part of banner advertising, we only use pseudonymised data; direct information about the user (eg name or e-mail address) is not saved in Cookie files.

Cookie Files (cookies)

Accepting cookies is a prerequisite for using our websites. However, if the user blocks the use of cookies, our website and service will only operate based on limited functions.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files placed in your browser's folder. When you browse the website, this type of file placed on the device will send some information to the browser. Cookies are very widespread and used on many websites, as they are very useful for their publishers. Thanks to them, the website manager can, for example, determine if a given computer (and probably its user) has ever visited it.

In general, cookies are used to improve the operation of the website and make it more attractive to the user, although they can also be used for advertising purposes (as we explain below). A more detailed explanation of what cookies are and how they work can be found on the All About Cookies page (in English) and Cookie (Wikipedia).

What cookies uses
Most of the cookies we use are automatically removed from the user's hard drive after the end of the browser session (so-called session cookies). For example, session cookies are used to offer the user a shopping cart function on many pages of the website. In addition, we also use cookies stored on the user's hard drive. During the next visit, the service automatically recognizes the user and the information and settings he prefers. Temporary and permanent cookies (storage period from 1 month to 10 years) are saved on the hard drive of the user's computer and automatically deleted after a specified time. These cookies are used to make our offer even more effective, safer and more user-friendly. Thanks to these files, it is possible to present the user with information tailored to his interests. The only purpose of the cookies is to adjust our offer to the customer's expectations as best as possible and thus to make it easier to navigate through our website.

What data is stored in cookies?
In cookies used by, only pseudonymised data are saved. When activating the cookie, the user is assigned an identification number without assigning the user's personal data to this identification number. Name, IP address or similar user data that enable the user to directly assign a cookie file are not saved in the cookie file. On the basis of cookie technology, we obtain only pseudonymous information, for example about which pages of our store the user visited, which products were viewed, etc.

How can you block the saving of cookies?

The browser has settings that allow acceptance of cookies only when the user agrees. In this way, you can block saving cookies in the future. To accept the use of cookies, blocking the use of third-party cookies at the same time, in the browser settings, select the option "Block cookies from third party entities". As a rule, on the menu bar of the web browser through the help function you can get information about rejecting new cookies and turning them off.

Below are links to discuss how to set the rules for the use of cookies in the most popular internet browsers:

  • Firefox -information about cookies (
  • Internet Explorer - information about cookies
  • Chrome - information about cookies ( )
  • Safari - information about cookies ( )
Log files

During each visit to the website, the web browser provides data about the user's behavior, which are saved in log files, so-called server log files. The data records saved in this way contain the following data: date and time of download, name of the page being opened, IP address, reference page URL (the address of the page from which the user was redirected), data volume downloaded, as well as product version information for the web browser used.

These data records of the log file are analyzed by us in order to optimize the offer and create the most user-friendly store, as well as faster detection and removal of errors and server performance management. In addition, we use data records of the log file in order to protect against attacks on our site, eg as part of the so-called distributed denial of service attacks, whose aim is to block access to our website by overloading with queries.

Online analysis

To constantly optimize and improve our offer, we use so-called tracking technologies. We use Google Analytics for this purpose.

Google Analytics

This website uses the web analytics tool for analysis of Google (Universal) Analytics website by Google Inc. ( Google (Universal) Analytics uses methods to analyze the use of the website by the user, for example cookies, which are text files saved on the user's computer. The information generated in this way regarding visits to this website is usually transmitted to a Google server in the USA and saved there. If you activate the IP anonymisation feature on this site, the user's IP address is truncated by Google prior to its transfer within the European Union Member States or other countries signatory to the agreement on the European Economic Area. Only in exceptional cases, the full IP address is transmitted to the Google server in the USA and shortened there. The anonymous IP address sent by the user's browser as part of the Google Analytics service is not combined with other Google data. The user may avoid sending data generated by the cookie referring to his use of the website (along with the IP address) to Google and processing of such data by Google by downloading and installing the browser plug-in available at the following address: http: // tools.

Alternatively, you can also click this link to avoid saving data in Google Analytics on this website in the future. An opt-out cookie is then stored in the user's device. After deleting the cookies, please click on the link again.

Social Plugin application

So-called Social Plugins is a technology that allows you as a user to disclose certain content about a direct connection to a participant in social networks.

This feature allows you to connect to, and to place on your profile as an attachment from our Newsletter. The SWYN function does not use Java or iFrames script to be able to get information about your identification via Facebook, such as the Like button on Facebook. On the one hand, after clicking on the SWYN button on Facebook, the SWYN function redirects to the data placed on Facebook. On the other hand, in this way, apart from information (URL image, descriptive texts, links to Landingpage), the encoded ID is also transferred. Thanks to such coding, Facebook can not identify the user in any way. In order to gain access to the desired information after clicking on the SWYN button on Facebook, you must log in using the access data. You can also make changes to the content before accepting the final version. It is only then that information about your profile is attached and made available to third parties.

Plugins offered in the preview of the blog function in a similar way: the share button on Facebook (Share | Share). Plugins are used to transfer by clicking the user's IP address last displayed on the user's browser (Facebook) to the bidder. In addition, information about the blog's article is also transferred. We do not transfer personal data that you provide on the site or that have been saved on Facebook.


We reserve the right to update or modify these rules on the protection of personal data at any time and without prior notice by posting the revised version on our website The new wording of the rules applies from the moment they are published on our website.