Privacy policy

Personal Data Processing Principles
by Skanai Kraków

1. Who is the administrator of your personal data?
The administrator of your personal data is Skanai Kraków, located at ul. Śliczna 36/U1, Kraków.

2. What data do we process?
Your consent for personal data processing includes your name, surname, phone number, email address, and message open history.

3. Is consent for personal data processing mandatory?
Giving consent for personal data processing is entirely voluntary but necessary if you want to send us an inquiry through the Contact Form and receive a response from us.

4. What is the purpose and legal basis for processing your personal data?
We process your personal data based on your consent, solely to send information regarding the response to your inquiry submitted through the Contact Form. You can withdraw your consent for data processing at any time and opt-out of receiving information by sending an email to from the address to which the consent pertains.

5. How to contact us for more information about your personal data processing?
You can contact us by sending a message to:

6. Do we process your personal data automatically?
Your personal data (specifically message open history) is not used for automated decision-making that could affect your legal situation or have other significant effects. However, we use tools to analyze the readability of our messages to better tailor the content to recipients' expectations.

7. To whom do we disclose your personal data?
Your personal data is not shared with anyone. The data is used solely to respond to your inquiry.

8. How long do we store your personal data?
We store your personal data until you withdraw your consent (opt-out of receiving information) and after withdrawal, only for the period necessary to resolve any claims related to data processing.

9. What are your rights regarding your processed data?
We guarantee the fulfillment of all rights arising from the GDPR, such as the right to access your personal data, correct it, delete it, limit its processing, the right to data portability, and the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority.

Cookies Policy

What are "Cookies"?

A "cookie" (formally HTTP Cookie) is a small piece of text sent by a website to a browser and sent back by the browser upon subsequent visits to the site. It is primarily used to maintain sessions, such as by generating and sending a temporary identifier after logging in. However, it can be used more broadly by remembering any data that can be encoded as a string of characters. This way, the user does not have to enter the same information each time they return to the site or move from one page to another.

Why and how do we use Cookies?

To analyze the effectiveness of our advertising and content activities, we track cookies in the following ways:

Google Analytics, Google, YouTube: We track user information according to Google’s privacy policy: Google Cookies Policy. By using Google Analytics software, the site places a tracking code on the user's computer to collect user data. We inform you that data is tracked under an agreement with Google Inc., and we use an IP anonymization mechanism. Users can object to data collection by Google Analytics at any time by changing their browser settings.

Data is also used for purposes such as demographic reports, remarketing/retargeting, and tracking site activity: scrolling, copying page elements, activity times, and individual events during page editing. Data is collected anonymously.

YouTube Videos: We embed video elements from YouTube on our site. For this purpose, relevant sections and pages contain code referring to YouTube. YouTube tracks video playback according to its privacy policy, available at

Automated linking, pop-ups, or iframes to pages may result in personal data being collected in the profile visit analysis panel on the listed sites. This applies only to users who have a profile on these services and have explicitly consented to show such information when visiting another user's profile.

You can disable data tracking, including at the address prepared by Google:

Most browsers allow users to control cookies in their preferences settings. Limiting the ability of websites to set cookies may degrade the overall quality of website usage.

For additional information on our cookies policy and ways to block cookies, visit: