The administrator of your personal data is Cloud Venture sp. z o.o. with its registered office in Wrocław (50-302) at Jedności Narodowej 160/U1 street (more information in the “Contact” tab).

We treat all information about you responsibly and in accordance with the law – in particular with Regulation (EU) 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 (“GDPR”).

You can find our contact details in the “Contact” tab, and we also provide our email address:

Regardless of the context in which we process your data, below we explain who has access to your data and what rights you have regarding the processing of your data.

The last section of this policy explains what “cookies” are and how we use them within this website.

Who has access to your personal data?

Only our duly authorized employees or associates, to the extent necessary for the performance of their duties, will have access to your personal data. Data regarding our settlements are entrusted for processing to a professional accounting firm. To a limited extent, we also use tools for managing work and documentation, such as Trello, Dropbox, or shared calendars, as well as hosting for our email. All of these solutions provide an adequate level of security for the scope of data we process there, based on appropriate agreements and safeguards. If servers were to be located outside the European Economic Area, we apply appropriate legal mechanisms to ensure the security of transferred data (contractual clauses specified by the European Commission, Privacy Shield program, etc.).

Your rights related to the processing of your personal data by us

For the efficient exercise of your rights, please direct any requests to the email address:, from the address you provided for contact, stating in the subject “GDPR Request”, and specifying in the content which rights you wish to exercise. In accordance with the GDPR and Polish regulations, you have the following rights:

Access to personal data – you can ask us: – if we process your personal data; – for what purpose we process your personal data; – what categories of data we process; – who is the recipient of your data;

– what is the planned retention period for your data, and if it is not possible to determine this period, the criteria for determining it; – if personal data were not collected from you – for any available information about their source.

You can also access the data processed about you.

Rectification of data – if information about you is/becomes incorrect or incomplete, you have the right to request its update. Withdrawal of consent – you can withdraw your consent to the processing of your data at any time without affecting the lawfulness of processing based on consent before its withdrawal.

Erasure of data – in certain situations, the GDPR grants you the so-called right to be forgotten. You can exercise it if we still process your data, particularly in the following cases: – the personal data are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected or otherwise processed; – withdrawal by you of consent to the processing of personal data, while there is no other legal basis for further processing; – you object to the processing of personal data, where there are no overriding legitimate grounds for the processing, or you object to the processing of personal data for marketing purposes; – processing your data unlawfully; – there is a legal obligation to delete the data.

Limitation of processing – in certain situations, you may request that we limit our actions essentially to storing information about you. These are cases when: – you question the accuracy of the personal data processed by us – for a period allowing us to check the accuracy of this data; – the processing of your personal data is unlawful, but instead of deletion, you prefer to limit the processing; – we no longer need your personal data for processing purposes, but you need them to establish, assert, or defend claims; – you have objected to the processing of your personal data – only until it is determined whether your interests prevail over our legitimate interests.

Data portability – you have the right to receive your data in a commonly used machine-readable format and to transmit it to another controller, if: – processing is based on your consent or contract; and – processing is carried out by automated means.

Objection – for reasons related to your particular situation, you may object to some of the operations we perform, particularly in the following cases:

– when we base our processing on our legitimate interest; – when we process your personal data for scientific or historical research purposes or statistical purposes.

However, please note that despite your objection, if we conclude that there are compelling legitimate grounds for processing that override your interests, rights, and freedoms, or grounds for establishing, asserting, or defending claims, we will continue to process your data subject to objection to the extent necessary. If you do not agree with such an assessment of the situation, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority (more information below). Complaint to the supervisory authority – in connection with our action as the administrator of your personal data, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority, which in Poland is the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection (PUODO).

A detailed description of the complaint procedure is available at: Of course, if you have any comments regarding our activities, we encourage you to contact us at in the first instance.

What are cookies? How do we use them?

Cookies are small text information sent by our server and stored on your device (e.g., on your computer’s hard drive). They store information that we may need to adjust to your use of our website and to collect statistical data. During your visit to our website, we can learn, for example, which browser and operating system you use, what your IP address is, which pages of our website you have visited, and in which city the device from which you accessed our website was located.

All information received in this way is collected as statistical data and is used by us exclusively for the purposes indicated in this policy. Cookies in no way are harmful to you or your device because they do not introduce any configuration changes.

Of course, you can change the way you use cookies, including completely blocking or deleting them using your web browser or service configuration. However, you must remember that such operations may prevent or significantly impede the proper functioning of our website, for example, by significantly slowing down its operation, so we recommend not disabling their support in the browser.

Cookies used on our website: – technical – includes cookies necessary for the proper functioning of the website, including, for example, information that you have accepted or rejected cookies; – analytical – used to analyze statistical user behaviors within the website (improving website operation), does not include information allowing identification of a specific user.