Privacy policy, or we need to talk about cookies


1. A few formalities to start with


1. The administrator of your personal data, if you decide to leave it, is Joanna Zaniewicz, hereinafter referred to as Asia, with its official seat at: ul. Czysta 1, 21-560 Międzyrzec Podlaski, NIP: 5372268090.

2. If you have any questions regarding your personal data, write to the e-mail address:, your e-mail will go to the right hands, these hands know how to protect your data.

3. Your personal data may be used for nefarious purposes such as:

– sending newsletters – of course, only if you subscribe to the list of subscribers :) I’ll be sorry if you do, but you can always unsubscribe from this list by clicking the unsubscribe link provided in the e-mail or simply write that you want to remove yourself from the list by e-mail: The legal basis is art. 6 sec. 1 lit. and the GDPR.

– contacting you – if you leave your data via the contact form, I will make a bold assumption that perhaps you are waiting for contact from me and perhaps I will contact you :) The legal basis is art. 6 sec. 1 lit. and the GDPR.

– analyzes and statistics – Here I would have to draw a chart to explain more precisely, so I will only remind you of the legal basis, which is constantly the same – Art. 6 sec. 1 lit. and the GDPR.

2. Cookies


1. The website uses cookies, but don’t worry, these are not ordinary cookies that make you fat and cause remorse. Cookies make browsing the website comfortable, painless and fast. If you want to find out more details about baking cookies on websites and what they are used with, have a look here:

2. Data recorded by cookies may be used by Google Analytics (I use Google Tag Manager) for profiling, but it is not data that allows you to determine your identity, but boring statistical data. It’s almost like a cat tapping the keyboard, no one will ever know it’s you and not him.

3. Storage of data and cookies


1. I am a big fan of Cookies, so I store them diligently until you delete them from your browser (you can do it at any time).

2. You have the right to access your data at any time and you can ask for their removal.