Newsletter regulations, hereinafter referred to as the ”Regulations”, defines rights and obligations of the parties to the service provided by electronic means via a telecommunications network on the following website: www.tgc.eu.
The Regulations constitute a standard agreement in the meaning of Art. 384 of the Act dated 23 April 1964 Civil Code (Dz. U. of 1964, No. 16, item 93, as amended, hereinafter referred to as the „CC”).
Preparation of the Regulations fulfils the obligation specified in Art. 8 clause 1 point 1 of the Act dated 18 July 2002 on the provision of services by electronic means (Dz. U. No. 144, item 1204, as amended).
Acceptance of the Regulations means expressing your will to conclude an agreement with the Administrator on the terms and conditions specified in the Regulations.
Chapter 1. General provisions
1. The terms used in the Regulations shall have the following meaning:
a) Commercial information – commercial information in the meaning ofthe Act dated 18 July 2002 on the provision of services by electronic means (Dz. U. No. 144, item 1204, as amended);
b) Newsletter – an electronic message including commercial information in the meaning of the Act dated 18 July 2002 on the provision of services by electronic means (Dz. U. No. 144, item 1204, as amended);
c) Portal – an information service available on the following website: www.tgc.eu;
d) Regulations – Newsletter Regulations;
e) Administrator – TGC Ordowska Kancelaria Prawnicza Sp. k.
f) User – a person who signed up for the Newsletter service;
g) Service – the Newsletter service;
Chapter 2. Types and scope of the services provided by electronic means
1. Scope of the services:
1. The services offered by the Administrator through the Newsletter involve:
• receiving the Newsletter including marketing information, in particular commercial information concerning the Administrator’s services;
• receiving information about the recent trade changes from the Administrator;
2. Upon acceptance of the Regulations by a person providing data in the registration form, an agreement for the provision of services by electronic means is concluded. After such acceptance, the Administrator becomes obliged to provide the services defined in the Regulations.
Chapter 3. Conditions for the provision of services by electronic means
1. Technical requirements necessary for correct functioning of the Newsletter:
a) PC computer with a [1.5GHz/2.5GHz] processor,
b) MS Windows XP SP3, Vista SP1 (excluding the Home Basic version), Windows 7 (excluding the Home Basic version), Windows 8 and Windows 10,
c) [1GB/5GB] of free hard drive space,
d) RAM XP [512MB/1GB], Vista, Windows 7 [1GB/2GB],
e) a display resolution of [1024×768/1280×1024],
h) MS Internet Explorer or Firefox.
2. The systems and applications used by the Administrator ensure a high standard of safety and personal data protection. However, the user should be aware that the use of the Newsletter services requires the use of a public telecommunications network (the Internet), which is related with a higher risk of occurrence of the following threats:
a) the possibility of receiving spam, that is unsolicited advertising information (commercial) delivered by electronic means;
b) presence and operation of malware, including: computer viruses, that is special software which is able, once executed, to infect files so that they reproduce, usually without being noticed by the user; viruses may cause varying degrees of damage to the host operating system; such type of software may be carried by attachments to e-mails;
c) presence and operation of worms, that is malware which is able to self-propagate. In this case the User’s failure to run (update software) the IT system properly may result in an effective attack of a worm;
d) the possibility of activation of spyware, that is software tracking the user’s Internet surfing, which installs itself without the user’s knowledge, authorization or control;
e) the possibility of being exposed to cracking or phishing;
f) sniffing – an unauthorized bug that is neither cracking nor phishing, which involves using a sniffer – a computer program whose task is to intercept and possibly analyse the data being transmitted through the net;
g) the possibility of being exposed to operation of other unwanted or “malicious” software which performs activities which are not intended by the user;
Chapter 4. Conditions for concluding and terminating agreements for the provision of services by electronic means
1. The conditions for concluding the Agreement
a) the Agreement for the Provision of Services may be concluded by people who entered their e-mail address in the registration form, accepted the Regulations and confirmed their e-mail address;
b) addresses unconfirmed within 30 days from signing up will be permanently removed from the database;
c) the registration form to be filled in by a person who intends to use the Service requires providing its e-mail address.
2. The Agreement may be terminated in particular:
a) at the User’s request, at any time, particularly by using an appropriate button located in the footer of each Newsletter;
b) on the Administrator’s initiative, in the case of the User’s failure to fulfil the obligations required by the Regulations;
c) as a result of termination of the Agreement.
3. Termination of this Agreement shall not result in withdrawal of your consent to send commercial information. Such consent may be withdrawn in any form, in particular by sending a request to do so to the following e-mail address: email@example.com
4. The Administrator reserves its right to terminate the Newsletter service, without giving reasons, having previously notified the User.
Chapter 5. Protection of personal data, confidentiality, copyrights and comments
1. An administrator of personal data collected for the purposes of the provision of the Newsletter service shall be the Administrator.
2. The Administrator ensures fulfilment of the requirements arising from the Personal Data Protection Act dated 29 August 1997 (Dz. U. of 2015, item 2135, as amended).
3. In accordance with the above-mentioned Regulations, until the moment of expressing the objection referred to in the Personal Data Protection Act will send marketing information concerning its products and services.
4. Without a separate consent, the data are not made available to other entities, except for those authorized to have access to such data in accordance with the provisions of law.
5. You have the right to have access to the contents and to correct your personal data.
Chapter 6. Final provisions
1. Law and competent court. The governing law for all legal relationships arising from these Regulations shall be Polish law. Any disputes shall be resolved by Polish common courts having territorial jurisdiction.
2. Interpretation of the provisions of the Regulations. The headings of the paragraphs are for information only and they do not affect the interpretation of the provisions of the Regulations.