The privacy policy of Agnieszka Kudela's Blog available at (hereinafter referred to as the Blog)


Dear User!

I care about your privacy and want you to feel comfortable while using our services. Therefore, below I present you the most important information about the rules for processing your personal data and cookies that are used by our Blog. This information has been prepared taking into account the GDPR, i.e. the general regulation on data protection.


PERSONAL DATA ADMINISTRATOR (hereinafter referred to as the Administrator)

WOJCIECH KUDELA, entrepreneur running a business under the name:
BRAINBOX WOJCIECH KUDELA, entered in the Central Register and Information on Economic Activity kept by the Minister of Development and Finance,

Śląska 53 / C203
81-304 Gdynia
Tax ID: 5862188990
Code: 220968926



If you intend to write a comment or subscribe to the newsletter and use our services, you will be asked to provide us with your personal data.

Your data is processed by us for the purposes indicated below, related to the operation of the Blog and the provision of services offered therein (hereinafter referred to as Services).


The purpose of processing:

Depending on what you decide on, it can be:

  • Provision of services offered on the Blog,
  • Direct marketing of the services offered, other than the newsletter,
  • Newsletter submission.

The basis of processing:

  • We have a legal obligation, e.g. related to accounting (Article 6 (1) (c) of the GDPR).
  • Your consent expressed in the Blog - if you decide to express it (Article 6 (1) (a) of the GDPR).
  • The contract for the provision of services or actions taken at your request, aimed at its conclusion (art. 6 para. 1 (b) GDPR).
  • Our legitimate interest in the processing of data to determine, assert or defend any claims (Article 6 para. 1 (f) GDPR).
  • Our legitimate interest (Art. 6 para. 1 (f) GDPR) consisting in:
    • profiling for marketing purposes,
    • data processing for analytical and statistical purposes,
    • customer satisfaction survey.

Providing data:

Voluntary, but in some cases it may be necessary to conclude a contract.


The effect of not producing data:

Depending on the purpose for which the data is provided:

  • no possibility of commenting on the Blog,
  • Inability to use the Blog and the materials contained therein,
  • no possibility to receive information about promotions or special offers offered by Blog.


The possibility of withdrawal of consent:

  • anytime.


The processing of data until you withdraw your consent remains legal.



If you decide to leave a comment on the Blog - its content may be published on the Blog.

The same goes for other content you post on the Blog.

Part of your data, such as:

  • login
  • name
  • name
  • wojwództwo
  • IP address

may be visible to other Blog users.



As part of the Blog, we can automatically adapt certain content to your needs, i.e. profiling, using the personal data you provide. Before we make profiling based on which decisions will be made:

  • having legal effects against you,
  • affecting you in a similarly significant way,

we will ask you for your consent.


Remember that you can revoke your consent at any time. Data processing until you withdraw your consent remains lawful.



We will process your data only for the period in which we will have a legal basis, and thus until:

  • we will cease to have a legal obligation, obliging us to process your data,
  • the possibility of pursuing claims related to the contract concluded by the Blog by the Sites will cease,
  • you withdraw your consent to data processing if it was its basis,
  • your objection to the processing of your personal data will be accepted - if the basis for the processing of your data was the legitimate interest of the administrator or if the data was processed for direct marketing, including profiling.

- depending on what is applicable in a given case and what will happen at the latest.



When processing your personal data, we use organizational and technical measures in accordance with the applicable law, including encryption of the connection by means of an SSL certificate.



You have the right to request:

  • access to your personal data,
  • correcting them,
  • remove,
  • processing restrictions,
  • transferring data to another administrator.

And also the law:

  • submit any objection to the processing of your data at any time:
    • for reasons related to your particular situation - to the processing of personal data concerning you, based on art. 6 sec. 1 lit. f GDPR (i.e. on legitimate interests pursued by the administrator), including profiling based on these provisions - if applicable,
    • if personal data is processed for the purposes of direct marketing, including profiling, to the extent that processing is related to such direct marketing.

Contact us if you want to exercise your rights.

If you feel that your data is being processed unlawfully, you can submit a complaint to the supervisory authority.



Our Blog, like most websites, uses so-called cookies. These files:

  • are saved in the memory of your device (computer, telephone, etc.),
  • enable you, among others, to use all the functions of the Blog,
  • do not change the settings of your device,
  • using the appropriate options of your browser, you can at any time:
    • delete cookies
    • block the use of cookies in the future

In our blog, cookies are used to:

  • remembering information about your session,
  • statistical,
  • marketing
  • sharing Blog functions.

The administrator also uses standard web server log files to count visitors to the Blog and to evaluate its technical capabilities and existing possibilities to simplify the functioning of the Blog.


The following types of cookies are used on the Blog:

  1. session: they remain saved on your computer until you close your web browser,
  2. permanent: they remain on the device for the time specified in the cookie file parameters or until they are deleted in the web browser.

The cookies used by the Blog include in particular:

Google Analytics Collects information on how to view the page, the popularity of individual subpages and data used to personalize ads, e.g. age, gender or user interests. Helps to create interest reports and demographics. These reports in statistical form can be made public and made available to the company's business partners. More on the website: Google Analytics Privacy Policy

Facebook Saved when interacting with FB social objects, e.g. the Like button or Facebook login. More on the website:


To learn how to manage cookies, including how to turn them off in your browser, you can use the help file of your browser. You can read this information by pressing the F1 key in your browser. In addition, appropriate tips depending on the browser you use, e.g.

  • Mozilla Firefox browser: Firefox -> Options -> Options -> Privacy,
  • Internet Explorer / Edge browser: Tools -> Internet Options -> Privacy,
  • Google Chrome: Settings -> Show advanced settings -> Content settings.

If you do not disable the use of cookies in your browser settings, it means that you agree to their use.



We use the services of external entities to which your data may be transferred. Below is a list of these entities:

people cooperating with us on the basis of civil law contracts, supporting our current operations:

  • hostingodawca,
  • software provider to facilitate business operations,
  • entity providing the mailing system,
  • accounting office,
  • entity that facilitates blog optimization,
  • entity providing marketing services,
  • social media,
  • an entity that provides us with technical support.



Do you want to use your personal data rights?

Or maybe you just want to ask about something related to our Privacy Policy?

Write to the email address of our Data Protection Officer: