Privacy policy

 

Privacy policy and cookies of ohobohoo Shop

 

General information

 

Each person who visits the www.ohobohoo.pl website (“Ohobohoo”, “Store”) automatically becomes its User and submits data concerning their identity. Ohobohoo website has been prepared and is administered by Monika Kosicka conducting business activity under the name: ohobohoo Monika Kosicka in Dębiny 48 21-143 Abramów , NIP: 5372359409, REGON: 386067568 (“Seller” or “Administrator”).

All content found on Ohobohoo website is protected by copyright or protection rights arising from registration of trademarks and may not be used in any way without the consent of the authorized party expressed in writing under pain of invalidity, with the exception of permitted personal use of works within the meaning of the Act of 4 February 1994 on Copyright and Related Rights. Any actions going beyond the above-mentioned permitted use are prohibited and may result in civil and criminal liability. Any content posted on the website Ohobohoo are for information purposes only and do not constitute an offer within the meaning of the Civil Code.

Ohobohoo respects the right to privacy of Users of its Services, in particular it cares about the protection of their personal data and uses appropriate technological and legislative solutions to prevent third parties from interfering with the privacy of Users. The activities related to the collection and processing of all Users’ data are aimed at guaranteeing the User a sense of complete security at a level appropriate to the applicable data protection law, including Regulation 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 and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (hereinafter ” GDPR” – General Data Protection Regulation ).

We inform that within the Shop there may be placed also external links enabling its Users to directly reach other websites or during the use of the Shop in the User’s end device there may be additionally placed cookies originating from Ohobohoo’s partners (“Partners”), i.e. third parties with whom Ohobohoo cooperates directly or indirectly, for example from the technological (e.g. Google, Facebook), advertising or service side.

 

Personal Data Administrator

 

The administrator of User data collected through the Shop is: Monika Kosicka conducting business under the name: ohobohoo Monika Kosicka Dębiny 48 21-143 Abramów, NIP: 5372359409, REGON: 386067568.

As part of the Store’s individual services, information may also be provided to Partners.

In view of the above, Ohobohoo Partners may be the controllers of the User’s data as part of the User’s use of their services via the Shop, in particular this concerns the adaptation of the advertising offer, the process of shipping and payment processing.

 

What data do we process?

 

We only process data which you enter or leave behind when using individual services in the Shop. This includes data provided by the User in the forms, as well as data provided by the User while navigating the Shop, i.e. data saved in cookies or provided by the User during contact with the Administrator.

With respect to your use of the Store, we also store http requests made to the server. Viewed resources are identified by URL addresses and include the public IP address of the terminal device from which the request came, the time of the request; the number of data sent by the server; the URL address of the page previously visited by the User (so-called referer link) in the event that the Store was accessed via an external link; information about errors that occurred during the http transaction.

 

Underage persons

 

Underage persons (under the age of 18) may not send Ohobohoo any information without the consent of their parents or legal guardians. They may not place orders or engage in any other transactions without such consent, unless permitted by applicable law.

 

Purpode, grounds and duration of processing

 

Purpose of processing  

Legal basis

Period of storage
1. Creation of an account in the Shop according to the content of the Terms and Conditions In this case, it is about the processing of data to the extent necessary for you to set up an account in the Store and use it, among others, to verify the accuracy of data or review purchases made, as well as to carry out cooperation with the Administrator. Article 6, Act 1, letter b of the RODO For the duration of the provision of the Account service, except that if an account is not created in the Store or after the account is deleted, the data will be archived and not used except for the purpose of investigating, defending or establishing mutual claims in accordance with Article 6, Act 1, letter f of the RODO.
2. Concluding a contract in accordance with the Regulations Using the Shop you can order a product in accordance with the Regulations. Personal data collected during the order process will be processed in order to finalize the purchase. The completion of the purchase may be automated. Article 6, Act 1, letter b of the RODO and Article 22, Act 2, letter a of the RODO For the period of performance of the contract and until the statute of limitations for mutual claims, except that if no contract is concluded in accordance with the Regulations or after its completion, the data will be archived and not used beyond the purpose related to the investigation, defence or establishment of mutual claims in accordance with Article 6, Act 1, letter f of the RODO.
3. Making contact with the Administrator. Regardless of whether the User has created an account in the Shop or is an unregistered User, he/she can contact the Administrator. Personal data will be processed in order to complete the contact. Article 6, Act 1, letter b of the RODO For the period necessary to fulfil the purpose of the processing. Once realised, the data will be archived and not used except for the purpose of asserting, defending or establishing counterclaims in accordance with Article 6, Act 1, letter f of the RODO.
4. For the purpose of sending commercial information to the indicated e-mail address within the newsletter. Sending commercial information means that commercial or marketing information (e.g. in the form of a newsletter, text message) is sent to the e-mail address or telephone number indicated by the User. Article 6, Act 1, letter a of the RODO. For the period necessary for the realization of the purpose of the processing, however, no longer than until the User withdraws his consent, and after the withdrawal exclusively for the purpose of defence against claims by the period of limitation of claims for breach of personal data protection in accordance with Article 6, Act 1, letter f of the RODO.
5. In order to fulfil public law obligations (e.g. tax obligations). This concerns the fulfilment of obligations incumbent on the Data Controller under generally applicable legal provisions. Article 6, Act 1, letter c of the RODO. Until the statute of limitations for public-law obligations (e.g. taxes). After the period indicated, the data will be archived and not used except for the purpose of asserting, defending or establishing counterclaims in accordance with Article 6, Act 1, letter f of the RODO.
6. In order to comply with the obligations related to the exercise of the data subject’s rights indicated in the RODO. Data will be processed only to the extent necessary to identify and verify the identity of the requesting person.  Article 6, Act 1, letter c of the RODO Until the rights of the data subject (User) are realised, and thereafter for the period of limitation of claims for breach of data protection pursuant to Article 6, Act 1, letter f of the RODO.
7. To ensure the security of the Store. This includes preventing unauthorised access to the Store and the distribution of malicious codes, content, interrupting denial of service attacks, and preventing damage to the Service. Article 6, Act 1, letter f of the RODO. Until an effective objection is raised or until the statute of limitations for mutual claims e.g. related to violations of security rules in the Shop according to Article 6, Act 1, letter f of the RODO.

 

Is there an obligation for the User to provide data?

 

Providing any personal data in the Shop is completely voluntary, however, it may be necessary in order to provide specific services or User requests.

 

Recipients of the data

 

User data collected through the use of the Store may be transmitted to entities processing them both on behalf of Ohobohoo, including but not limited to IT service providers, marketing agencies, entities handling payments or delivery of goods, as well as other entities authorized to obtain them under applicable law or the provisions of the Regulations.

 

User Privileges

 

Users have specific rights in relation to the processing of their data. Each User of the Shop has the right to:

– to access their personal data and obtain information on, inter alia, the purpose, scope and means of its processing and information on the recipients of the data

– to rectify and complete incomplete data or to erase it

– request temporary or permanent suspension of data processing or object to the processing

– lodge a complaint to the supervisory authority for personal data protection – in Poland to the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection.

 

Right of withdrawal of consent

 

If your data are processed on the basis of your consent, you may additionally exercise your right to withdraw your consent to the processing of your data at any time – such withdrawal shall not, however, affect the compatibility of the processing prior to its performance.

 

Right to data portability

 

If the User’s data are processed on the basis of consent or within the framework of the service provided (the data are necessary for the provision of the service), the User may additionally exercise the right to data portability concerning him/her.

 

Exercise of rights

 

All requests or demands of the User shall be carried out immediately, however, no longer than within 14 days of receipt of the relevant request or demand.

 

Administrator’s privileges

 

The Administrator shall not be held liable for any damage resulting from decisions made on the basis of the information provided on the Website or from their unauthorised use, unless such liability arises under generally applicable provisions of law, in particular the Consumer Law in its broadest sense. The Administrator reserves the right to make any modifications to the content of the Website, including this legal notice. In particular, the Administrator is authorised to correct information published on the Website, update data or remove specific content, also without prior notice to the Users.

 

Cookies

 

Cookies mean computer data, in particular text files, saved and stored on devices through which the user makes use of Ohobohoo website. The Administrator uses cookies to collect information related to the use of the Store by the User. The Administrator uses cookies, which are files of information stored locally on the computer of a User browsing the content of the Store and using the services offered within it. The use of cookies allows the Administrator to adapt the services and content provided to the individual interests, requirements and needs of a given User. Cookies are also used for statistical purposes which are to illustrate the use of the Shop by Users, to adapt and optimise the Shop to the needs of Users and other persons using the service, to create statistics on the viewing of Shop pages, to personalise marketing messages, to ensure the security and reliability of the Shop. Detailed information on the possibility and methods of using cookies is available in the software (internet browser) settings.

In order to enable the User to use the functionalities of services integrated with the Shop. Each of the partners defines the rules of using cookies in their privacy policy and therefore we have no influence on their privacy policy and the use of cookies by them.

For security reasons, we recommend that, before using the resources offered by other websites or services, each User should read the document concerning privacy policy and the use of cookies, if they have been made available, or, in the absence thereof, contact the administrator of the given website or service in order to obtain information in this respect.

 

Contact details

 

Individual requests for exercising the User’s rights related to the processing of personal data as part of the services of the Shop should be directed

– in writing to the address: ohobohoo Monika Kosicka,Dębiny 48 21-143 Abramów

– by e-mail at: info@ohobohoo.pl

– by phone at: + 48 694 892 761