Privacy & Cookies


  1. The on-line service, operated by Justyna Twardowska, ul. Siedleckiego 12/10, 31-536 Kraków, hereinafter ‘Operator’, ensures that the Users of the websites have the right of choice as to providing the information that concern them. The Operator hereby informs that it uses the cookie and geolocation technology at its websites.
  2. The cookie files are small pieces of text information sent by an on-line server and saved on a User's device. The default parameters of cookies allow the information contained in them to be read only by the server that created them.
  3. The cookie files are used for the purpose of collecting data related to the use of the Service by the User. The cookie files facilitate, among other things, to
    (a) maintain a session of the Service User (after sign-up), which eliminates the need to re-enter User's login and password at each subpage of the Service;
    (b) customise the content of the Service pages to suit User’s preferences, and optimise the use of the webpages, and in particular, these files enable the recognition of a device of the Service User and display a webpage in a correct way, by customising it to their needs and to suit the device used;
    (c) collect anonymous statistical data, which help explore the ways the Users use the Service. This helps improving the Service, its structure and content according to Users’ expectations.
  4. The Service uses two basic types of cookie files: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporary files that are stored on the User’s terminal device until the User logs out, leaves the Website, or turns off the Website viewing software (web browser). Persistent cookies are stored in the User’s terminal device for a time specified in the cookie file parameters or until the User deletes them.
  5. As part of the Service, the Operator makes use of marketing tools, such as Facebook Pixel, Google Analytics, to show ads to the Users. This involves using the cookie files of Facebook. As part of cookie files settings, Users can decide whether to consent to our use of Pixel Facebook Google or not in their particular cases.
  6. The Operator uses the remarketing tools from Google Ads. This involves using the cookie files from Google LLC relating to the service of Google AdWords. As part of the facility for managing cookie files settings, Users can decide whether the Service will have their consent to use Google Ads or not in their particular cases.
  7. If a website viewing software (web browser) accepts cookie files being stored on a terminal device as default, the Users of the Service can change the cookie files settings at any time going to the setting page of the web browser they use (this applies to every type of cookies) or they can delete these files from their devices at any given time. As for the geolocation services, the User of the Service gives his/her direct consent by accepting the browser settings.
  8. Restricting the use of cookie files can affect some of the functionalities available at the websites of the Service or disable their use.
  9. Cookie files never contain any personal data of the Service Users.
  10. Neither the configuration in the telecommunication terminal device of the Service User nor that in the software installed in that device is changed by information stored as cookie files or by any instances of gaining access to it.


The Privacy Policy of www.frontson.COM (‘Service’) in force as of 1 March 2021.

  1. This Privacy Policy sets out the rules of processing and protecting personal data provided by Users in connection with their use of services offered by the Service.
  2. The Controller of the personal data stored in the Service is Justyna Twardowska, ul. Siedleckiego 12/10, 31-536 Kraków. Personal Data Protection Officer is Tomasz Orzeszko
  3. In order to ensure the security of the data entrusted to us, we have developed internal procedures and recommendations that are used to prevent data being made available to unauthorised persons. We control how they are executed and we constantly check them for conformance to applicable legal acts – General Regulation of the European Parliament (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data (GDPR), Act on personal data protection, Act on providing on-line services, as well as all types of implementing acts.
  4. Personal data is processed on the basis of the consent given by the User and in cases where the legal regulations authorise the Controller to process personal data on the basis of legal regulations or for the purpose of executing an agreement concluded between the parties.
  5. The Service performs the functions of obtaining information about the users and their behaviours by, (a) voluntarily entering information in forms; (b) collecting cookie files [see “Cookie files policy”]; (c) using marketing tools, including Facebook Pixel, Google Analytics [see “Cookie files policy”].
  6. The Service collects information provided by the User voluntarily.
  7. Data provided in forms are processed for the purpose of supporting the purchase procedure and issuing invoices, and if a consent is given to process data for marketing purposes, also in order to present the current offer and promotional schemes of the Service.
  8. Personal data left in the Service will not be sold or made available to unauthorised third parties, in accordance with the provisions of the GDPR and Personal Data Protection Act.
  9. Personal data will be stored for the period of 5 years as counted from the end of the calendar year in which the service was purchased. In the case of giving the consent to process personal data for marketing purposes, the period will last until the consent to process data for these purposes is cancelled.
  10. The natural person that provided his/her personal data in a purchasing form has the right to access the content of his/her data and to rectify it, have it erased, restrict its processing, the right to data portability, the right to object the processing, and the right to withdraw their consent at any time without affecting the lawfulness of the processing which was carried out on the basis of their consent before its withdrawal.
  11. The data subject who is a natural person has the right to lodge complaint to the President of the Personal Data Protection Office, when said person thinks that the processing of his/her personal data is in breach of the General Regulation (GDPR).
  12. The provision of personal data is voluntary, but necessary for the processing of the agreement. Failing to provide personal data will result in the Service being unable to perform the service. Giving consent to the processing of personal data for marketing purposes is voluntary and independent of the service provided.
  13. We reserve the right to amend the Service's Privacy Policy, which may be due to the development of Internet technology, possible changes in the law on personal data protection, and the development of our on-line service. We will notify any changes expressly and comprehensibly.
  14. The Service can contain links to other websites. Such websites operate independently of the Service and are not supervised by our Service in any way. These websites can have their own privacy policies and regulations, which we recommend you read. 15. Contact us at any time in case of doubt about any of the provisions of this Privacy Policy by finding our contact details in the Contact tab.
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