Valid since 01.09.2022
Processing of personal data
Tarcon collects the following personal data of a user in the following described way:
- user’s email address – when the user sends an email or joins the mailing list;
- user’s name and email address – when the user makes an information request;
- website’s traffic statistics – using Google Analytics, Facebook Pixel.
Use of personal data
Tarcon uses personal data:
- to provide a service to the user, for example, to conclude and fulfil a contract, to communicate with the user, to send an invoice;
- to send notifications about new articles, services and campaigns to the user’s email address, but only with the users’s prior consent.
Tarcon uses website traffic statistics to improve the user experience and the marketing of the website.
The user has the right to prohibit the processing of his or her personal data at any time, unless it is necessary to fulfil a requirement arising from the contract, including the provision of the service.
Transfer of personal data to third parties
The third party is Tarcon's contractual partner who processes personal data and whose product or service Tarcon uses to provide services to the user.
For day-to-day operations, Tarcon may use third parties who provide:
- email forwarding and management system,
- website hosting,
- website usage statistics analysis,
- use of social media and analysis of social media statistics,
- use of accounting software.
In addition to the third parties mentioned in the previous point, Tarcon transfers the user's personal data to cooperation partners. This is only to the extent necessary to provide the service to the user.
Retention and security of personal data
Tarcon retains personal data for as long as it is necessary to fulfil the purpose or as required by law. For example, accounting data is stored for 7 years after the end of the financial year, while the email address on the mailing list is stored until the user expresses a wish to remove it from there.
Tarcon implements all reasonable measures to protect the personal data we process. Only authorized persons have access to change and process personal data, and personal data of all users is treated as confidential information.
The user has the right at any time:
- to request access to his or her data;
- to request the rectification of his or her personal data or deletion of the data according to the terms provided by law;
- to request the restriction of processing of personal data;
- to request the transfer of personal data.
In order to exercise his or her rights, the user must send a corresponding request to the email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
If the user belongs to Tarcon's mailing list, he or she can unsubscribe from the mailing list and opt out of further emails via the link at the end of the email.
If the user believes that his or her rights have been violated during the processing of personal data, he or she has the right to contact the Data Protection Inspectorate.
A cookie is a small text file that the web browser automatically saves on the device used by the user. Cookies may be created by different service providers, such as Google and Facebook. Cookie files are not dangerous for your computer.
There are two types of cookies:
- Permanent cookies that record information on the visitor’s computer hard drive for a period of time. These cookies can be used to recognize the user as a returning visitor of the website and to adapt the content of the website according to the user's needs or to collect statistical data.
- Session cookies are temporary and disappear when the user leaves the website or closes his or her browser. Session cookies may be used to enable certain functions of the website, such as requesting a service or product, etc.
Cookies are used to collect information about how the website is used in order to make it more personal and user-friendly for users. In addition, cookies help to collect user statistics, which allows to measure and improve the performance of the website and provides basic data to carry out effective marketing activities.
Tarcon uses the Google Analytics service to collect usage statistics on visited subpages, visit time, number of visits, devices used, entry channels and other statistics.
However, Google Analytics may also collect data about user activity without using cookies. In order to prevent Google Analytics from using the data, the user can install a Google Analytics blocking application on their device: the Google Analytics opt-out Add-on.
You can find more information about Facebook ads and the Facebook Pixel through the following links.