Privacy Notice

Your right to privacy is particularly important for Achilles Polska. We appreciate your trust that we protect all personal information you share with us. This Privacy Notice covers how we collect, use, disclose, transfer, and store information about our users.

Collection and Use of Personal Information

Users who browse our website remain anonymous. Achilles Polska collects non-personal information of how many users visit the website as well as information provided by system logs (e.g. IP address).

However, if you want to make use of the advanced features of Achilles Polska website you have to register. After registration you can access many additional activities on Achilles Polska. Registration is not obligatory.

Users who decide to authorise their activity on Achilles Polska (namely, register) are asked to fill a registration form and provide information which define their profile (name, surname, company) and enable us to contact them (email, phone number). All information provided to Achilles Polska is subject to Polish Safe Harbour Privacy Principles.

By filling the Achilles Polska registration form, you are accepting the practices described in this Privacy Notice. Apart from registration form, you may also by asked some information when using other Achilles Polska services or taking part in our competitions or quizzes.

Personal information of Achilles Polska users is administered by Achilles Polska Sp. z o.o. located in Gdansk, ul. Miałki Szlak 52. Achilles Polska Sp. z o.o. adheres to Polish Safe Harbour Privacy Principles. Users who have delivered their personal data to Achilles Polska may at any time update it or delete from Achilles Polska database.

Updating your personal information

All registered users can login to their profile website, where certain information can be added, updated or deleted. Nonetheless, when you find this way not satisfying write to:
Achilles Polska Sp. z o.o.,
ul. Miałki Szlak 52,
80-717 Gdańsk.


"Cookies" are text files which help to gather information of website’s users. Your internet browser may store them on your disc ,this is how a website "recognizes" its users on their next visit. "Cookies" do not collect any personal information, or help to identify the user. "Cookies" help us better understand users,behaviour, tell us which information they seek and which features they use more often.

However, if you do not want your browser to store "cookies" you may switch them off in your browser. Then cookie files will not be stored on your disc. You have to remember that such configuration may disable some features of Achilles Polska website.

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