This Privacy Policy applies to any DBPLUS websites (“Websites”) and applications (“Applications”) where DBPLUS gathers certain Personal Data. Read this Privacy Policy carefully because it includes important information that will help you understand our practices regarding any Personal Data provided to us and any data we collect otherwise than in the context of the Websites or the Applications.

We respect your privacy and we undertake to keep your Personal Data safe and manage them in accordance with the legal obligations we are subject to under applicable laws.

You can use the majority of our Websites and Applications providing any Personal Data to us. Certain services and purposes of the Websites or the Applications require you to give us your Personal Data so that we can process your queries or send you other information.

To better understand our Privacy Policy, read the following definitions:

  1. Data Controller – an entity which, alone or jointly with others, determines the purposes and means of the processing of Personal Data.
  2. Personal Data – any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (‘data subject’), where such person is one who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier such as a name, an identification number, location data, an online identifier or to one or more factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of that natural person.
  3. Information Security Manager – a person appointed by the Data Controller to coordinate the activities connected with ensuring the security of IT systems and oversee the protection of the Personal Data processed in the IT systems used by the Data Controller.
  4. Data Protection Officer – a person appointed by the Data Controller to coordinate the processes connected with observance of Personal Data protection rules in the Personal Data processing taking place within the Data Controller’s structure.
  5. Supervisory Authority – an independent public authority appointed in every Union member state to protect the fundamental rights and freedoms of natural persons in connection with the processing and to facilitate free Personal Data flow in the Union, whose basic task is to monitor the application of the GDPR.
  6. Third Country – a country from outside the European Economic Area.
  7. Processor – a natural or legal person, a public authority, a unit or another entity that processes Personal Data on behalf of the Data Controller.
  8. Processing – any operation or set of operations which is performed on Personal Data or on sets of Personal Data, whether or not by automated means, such as collection, recording, organisation, structuring, storage, adaptation or alteration, retrieval, consultation, use, disclosure by transmission, dissemination or otherwise making available, alignment or combination, restriction, erasure or destruction.
  9. GDPR – Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) 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 (General Data Protection Regulation).
  10. Act – Polish Personal Data Protection Act.

Who is the Controller of your Personal Data?

The controller of your Personal Data is Dariusz Markowski DBPLUS based in Warsaw (02-594), ul. Giordana Bruna 9/215, registered in the Polish Central Registration and Information on Business (CEiDG), with NIP No.: 5691022075, REGON No.: 140804684.

When can we process your Personal Data?

There are various situations and processes that involve Personal Data processing on our part. We monitor and analyse every data handling process for the existence of the lawfulness (Article 6) to check whether we are allowed to process your Personal Data.

The most frequent situations where we process your Personal Data are: contact forms, data connected with contracts for sale of products and provision of services.

On the Internet, we use cookies, which may gather certain information about people. An exact description of how cookies are used is available below. We do not apply any qualified profiling, which involves making automated decisions producing legal effects concerning you or similarly significantly affecting you.

Cookie policy uses a technology storing and gaining access to information on the user’s endpoint device (in particular using cookies).

Cookies are data, in particular text files, sent from the website server and stored by the web browser or other technological solutions on the endpoint device (e.g. a personal computer or a mobile device, such as a smartphone).

Cookies in particular make it easier for users to use the websites they have already visited. If the user has already used the same device and browser, cookies permit saving their preferences.

Cookies used on primarily ensure the proper functioning of the website and comfort of the visitors, and help create viewing statistics for the Website pages and develop aggregated statistical data, measurement data and data about general trends to reinforce and optimise any marketing, promotional and analytical activities.

Due to the nature of the services provided through, cookie use by is necessary for proper performance of such services.

A user may change the use of cookies in browser settings. Detailed information can be found through the Help function in the browser.

For example, cookies in Internet Explorer can be modified as follows: Tools -> Internet options -> Privacy; in Mozilla Firefox: Tools -> Options -> Privacy; and in Google Chrome: Settings -> Show advanced settings -> Privacy -> Content settings -> Cookies. Access paths may vary depending on the browser version.

Information about cookie management on a mobile phone can be found in the user guide/manual of a particular phone.

How do we protect your Personal Data?

We will apply appropriate technical, physical and organisational measures to secure the collected Personal Data against misuse, accidental, unlawful or unauthorised destruction, loss, alteration, disclosure, purchase or access.

The protection methods we use are in line with applicable privacy and data security laws and regulations.

Remember that no website can be 100% safe and we cannot be held liable for any unauthorised or unintended access that is beyond our control.

Our Website may include links to other sites. We will not be liable for any privacy practices, content or security measures used by such other sites. This Privacy Policy does not regulate any Personal Data processing that takes place on any linked sites. We always recommend reading the privacy policies of other websites carefully.

How can you contact the Data Controller?

If you have any questions about your privacy, you may contact us at the dedicated e-mail:

Who do we transfer your data to?

We may transfer your Personal Data to third parties in special cases only. In particular, such transfer may take place on the legal grounds of legislation that allows public authorities to access your Personal Data.

Who do we entrust your data to?

Pursuant to Article 28 of the GDPR, we may be supported in the processing of your Personal Data by third parties. Such parties may be based on Poland, in other countries of the European Economic Area or somewhere else in the world. If we keep your Personal Data outside of the EEA, we ensure adequate security of the transferred data. We require our suppliers to apply appropriate measures to protect the confidentiality of and secure Personal Data. A Processor cannot use your Personal Data for its own purposes. The processing is limited by the terms and conditions of the data processing agreement.

What rights do you have?

The GDPR guarantees you a number of rights to protect your privacy, and in particular the right of:

  • consent withdrawal
  • access to data
  • data rectification
  • data erasure
  • restriction of processing
  • data portability
  • objection

Social media

You may share the information on our Website through social media, such as Facebook. This means that the information being shared, including first and last name and preferences, will be visible to those visiting your personal profiles. Check the privacy policies of the entities managing social media as they apply to the processing of your data by such entities.


You will find any necessary information about cookies in our Cookie Policy.


We may revise and modify this Privacy Policy in the future. Any changes to the Privacy Policy will be posted on our Website.