Privacy Policy

Dear Sir/Madam,

Basel Olten Pharm S.A. is committed to protecting the privacy and personal data of the current and future Customers using its websites. Consequently, we hereby provide you with general information concerning the rules on the collection, processing and use by Basel Olten Pharm S.A. of the personal data of Customers visiting Mincerpharma Website (http://mincerpharma.com).

This Privacy Policy regulates the storage of, and access to the data files called cookies on a User’s device for the purpose of providing online services by Basel Olten Pharm S.A. Please read these terms carefully prior to using our Website. By using our Website, you agree to be bound by these terms, whether or not you sign up for the Mincerpharma Website. 

Should you have any questions, comments or requests with regard to this Privacy and Cookies Policy, please contact us at the address stated below.

§1. 
Definitions

  1. Cookies – pieces of electronic data, in particular small text files saved and stored on a terminal device used by the User to access the pages on the Website. 

  2. First-party (Administrator’s) cookies – cookies set by Basel Olten Pharm S.A. for the purpose of providing online services by Basel Olten Pharm S.A. through the Website. 

  3. Third-party cookies – cookies set by the business partners of Basel Olten Pharm S.A. through the pages on the Website. 

  4. Website – a website or web application used by Basel Olten Pharm S.A. for the purpose of providing online services under the domain baseloltenpharm.com

  5. Device – any piece of terminal equipment used by the User to access the Website. 

  6. User – any individual who can be provided with online services or can be a party to a contract for the provision of online services under these Rules and legal regulations.

§2. 
Personal data

  1. Basel Olten Pharm S.A. with its registered office in Warsaw at 1a Moniuszki Street is a personal data controller within the meaning of the provisions of the Polish Act on the Protection of Personal Data of 29 August 1997 (Journal of Laws of 2002, No. 101, item 926, as amended) and processes your personal data obtained through Basel Olten Pharm’s website (http://baseloltenpharm.com/pl/) and from other sources.

  2. Basel Olten Pharm S.A. declares that they process the personal data of their current and prospective Customers for the purpose of offering their own services or products (the co-called direct marketing).

  3. Access to any personal data relating to Customers may only be granted to the promotional partners of Basel Olten Pharm S.A. or legal entities collaborating with Basel Olten Pharm on the basis of the Customers’ prior consent and exclusively for the specific purposes indicated in the consent.

  4. Basel Olten Pharm S.A. informs that whenever your personal data is processed, you have the right to control the processing of your personal data and demand the data to be completed, updated, rectified, or erased, in the case it is no longer required for the purpose for which it has been collected and the erasure is provided for by the law, as well as the right to object to the processing of your personal data for marketing purposes. Should you have any doubts, please send your queries to the following email address: reklamacje@baseloltenpharm.com


§3. 
Types of cookies used

  1. First-party cookies set by the Website Administrator are safe for a User’s Device. In particular, they cannot be used to transfer viruses, unwanted software or malware to Users’ Devices. Cookie files are used to identify User’s software and provide the User with a more customized experience of the Website. Cookies typically contain the name of the domain to which they belong, the time of their storage on a User’s Device, and an assigned value. 

  2. The Website Administrator uses two types of cookies: 

  1. Session cookies: cookies which are stored on a User’s Device until a browser session ends. At the end of a browser session, any information stored is permanently erased. The mechanism of session cookies does not allow them to collect any personal data or confidential information from a User’s Device; 

  2. Persistent cookies: cookies which are stored on a User’s Device until they are deleted. When a browser session ends or a User’s Device is shut down, persistent cookies are not deleted from the User’s Device. The mechanism of persistent cookies does not allow them to collect any personal data or confidential information from a User’s Device. 

  1. A User may selectively or completely disable cookies on their Device. Should the User activate this option, they will still be able to use the Website except for certain features which require cookies to work properly.

§4. 
Purposes for which cookies are used

  1.  The Website Administrator uses first-party cookies for the following purposes: 

  1. to adjust Website settings – to personalize the content of the pages on the Website based on User’s individual preferences and provide the User with an optimized experience of the pages on the Website; 

  2. to conduct traffic analytics, studies and audit – to collect general and anonymous statistical data and compile anonymous statistical records using analytical tools to get a better understanding of Users’ browsing habits in order to be able to enhance the layout and content of the pages on the Website; 

  3. to provide marketing services – to display advertising communication tailored according to User’s preferences; 

  1. The Website Administrator uses third-party cookies for the following purposes: 

  1. to adjust Website settings: to personalize the content of the pages on the Website based on User’s individual preferences and provide the User with an optimized experience of the pages on the Website; 

  2. to conduct traffic analytics, studies and audit – to collect general and anonymous statistical data using analytical tools provided by Google Analytics – the cookies’ administrator is Google Inc. headquartered in the USA; 

  3. to provide marketing services – to display advertising communication tailored according to User’s preferences based on analytical tools provided by Google AdWords – the cookies’ administrators are Google Inc. headquartered in the USA; Adpilot Sp. z o.o. headquartered in Warsaw, Poland.

§5. 
The options of defining the terms of cookie storage and use for gaining access to a User’s Device

  1. A User may change cookie-related settings according to their preference at any time, defining the terms of cookie storage and use for gaining access to a User’s Device. A User can change the settings referred to before by adjusting their browser settings or altering website settings. In particular, the browser can be set so as not to accept cookies automatically, or to notify the User whenever a cookie file is saved on a User’s Device. Detailed information about the possibilities and ways of handling cookies is available in the software (browser) settings. 

  2. A User may delete cookies at any time by selecting the appropriate options on their browser. 

  3. Any limitation on the acceptance of cookies may affect the functionality of certain features on the Website.

§6. 
Changes to the Privacy and Cookie Policy

Any changes to the Privacy and Cookie Policy shall be published on this website.