We respect Your privacy and we appreciate relations based on mutual trust. In order to provide the highest standards of privacy protection of persons visiting our website (including its particular subpages), we have developed this Privacy Policy. The document contains a set of principles concerning personal data protection, in particular information on the type and scope of processing of your personal data and it explains how we protect your privacy by the use of proper technological solutions.

  1. The Administrator of personal data is the company operating under the business name of CaseLayer, a limited liability company with its registered office in Rzeszów, at the registered address 35-105 Rzeszów, ul. Przemysłowa 23 (POLAND), VAT-ID: PL8133713393, entered into the Register of Entrepreneurs under the KRS number: 0000596015, REGON [ENTERPRISE ID]: 363470635, hereinafter referred to as CaseLayer or We.
  2. Personal data are information relating to the person identified or physical identifiable. A person who can be identified is a natural person whose identity is unknown to us, but we may learn it in particular on the basis of an identifier such as: name and surname, identification number, phone number, data about location, Internet identifier and other information personally related to a given person.
  3. Personal data processing consists of in general formulation, denoting operations performed on the personal data (collection, storing, removal, preparing as well as dissemination) performed by the data administrator or by the entity processing the data.
  4. The legal grounds for personal data protection is, in particular, 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, defined as the GDPR.
  5. Exchange of information between us (CaseLayer) and You as the user starts upon displaying our website by You (including its sub-websites) on your user’s device. Those information can also include Your personal data.
  1. We collect information about You only when we have a purpose for this and when it is necessary for example, in order to provide services, communicate with You, to improve our services or optimize our website.
  2. We process the data only for business purposes, that is when we want to provide the user with our product or service, during management of the user account and to provide You service, as well as for marketing purposes, if you grant us your consent.
  3. We do not collect, use process sensitive personal data such as data concerning religion, political views, health etc.
  4. The User may always refuse to provide information enabling its identification, given that it may hinder or prevent it from performance all or some of the activities related to the activity on the web site of CaseLayer.
  5. We collect information in the following manner:
    • a) delivered by the user,
    • b) automatically through operation/use of our services and products,
    • c) from external sources.
Information delivered by You
  1. If you decide to cooperate with us by purchasing our product or service or you are interested in their purchase, you may be asked to provide data which will enable your identification. We can ask you for such data as: personal data, data concerning the company (first name, surname, business name, exact address of the registered office, e-mail address, phone number), as well as financial data required for financial transaction processing (e.g. NIP, bank account number).
  2. You can provide us with your personal details during responding to surveys, contacting us using the contact form and by contact with technical assistance.
  3. By purchasing our service or product you provide us with information about transactions and settlements. At that time you provide us with additional personal data, and information about payments, which are required for processing transactions and payments, namely name and surname, credit card data and contact details.
  4. On our website, we offer you the opportunity to voluntarily subscribe to a newsletter. If you have agreed to receive it, we will use the email address you have provided to us to send it to you, and if necessary we may also use your first name and company name. Providing this data is voluntary, but necessary to be able to inform you via the newsletter about our latest products and updates, about special offers, and to share with you our expertise in designing and building billing systems. The legal basis for processing this data is your consent given when subscribing to the newsletter (Article 6 (1) letter a) of the GDPR). You can always unsubscribe from our newsletter with effect for the future by sending an email to or by selecting the unsubscribe link in the footer of each newsletter you receive from us.
  5. We use the technical service provider MailChimp to send our newsletter. MailChimp is an offering of Rocket Science Group, LLC 675 Ponce de Leon Ave NE Suite 5000 Atlanta, GA 30308 USA. MailChimp guarantees the processing of personal data in accordance with European law in the following contractual clause www:// For more information about MailChimp’s service provider and MailChimp’s data protection, please visit
  6. Furthermore, in relation to the user using our products or services We may collect data concerning software errors, browser screen resolution, server where the software operates e.g.: licenses for software, source from which the license was obtained, information on the server where program is to be installed (among others, the IP, operation system), information about which functions of the software are used most often, and in the case of using the technical assistance, such data as: The IP, names of the users, account markings.
Information collected automatically
Certain data are collected automatically, such as:
  • information about journals, namely the information made available by web browsers, mobile devices and servers, among others  type of the browser, preferred language, reference of the website and date and time of visits of the visitors, address of the domain, operation system used by the user, browser screen resolution, ISP and other data,
  • information regarding the user, namely the information on the use of our services in order to ensure better understanding of expectations of the users entering our website, optimize its functions and content. We collect e.g. information about actions undertaken by the users on our website, about devices on which they have displayed our website (e.g. type and screen size of the device),
  • information about location due to which we may determine approximate location of Your device on the basis of your IP address. We use this information to track your movements on our website and to calculate the number of people visiting our services from specified geographic regions.
Information collected from external sources
Additionally, we may obtain data about the user from external sources. It occurs in a situation when you have the possibility to log in to our service or connect our service with social media. At that time, CaseLayer will receive information from this service e.g. user name, information on the profile or a list of friends. The information which we will receive depend on the type of services and available options.
  1.  The information collected about you are used for the following purpose:
    • providing our services or collecting fees for a service or product,
    • development of our services and products particularly through adding new functions, creation of new services and products useful for the user,
    • monitoring and analysis of user behavior, so that we could improve our services and products,
    • monitoring and protection of security of our services and products, detection and prevention of unfair transactions and other illegal activities, prevention of spam and protection of our and others rights and properties,
    • improvement of effectiveness of our advertisements and better understanding of the user e.g. by means of analysis of the quantity of sold products and services after receiving a marketing messages,
    • communication with the user e.g. by e-mail in order to present them an offer, obtaining opinions about the products and services, updates and bonuses.
  2. The information collected about you are used only when:
    • it is necessary, so that we could meet our obligations towards You, resulting from rendering services, product sales, contracts and management of the user account,
    • it is necessary due to the obligation imposed by legal provisions or in order to protect Your interests of an interest of another person,
    • there is a justified interest to use the information about You, e.g. for delivery and updating our services and products, their improvement, securing our services and products, communication with you, better understanding of Your needs or preventing problems with our products and services,
    • you have granted us your consent to place some cookie files on your user’s device.
Data collected by CaseLayer are not stored longer than it is necessary for the purpose for which they were collected (e.g. for proper execution of the contract, proper method of provision of services) and after expiry of the above period they are stored only to secure claims.
  1. We undertake any possible steps so as to ensure safety of the collected personal data and to protect them from loss, unauthorized disclosure, destruction, deformation, unlawful use and changes. Additionally, we inform you that no protection system gives a complete security guarantee.
  2. Your data, which were provided at the registration on our website, are protected by a password and an identifier. The User shall be obliged to safely store its password and identifier and in order to ensure safety of Your data we recommend logging out after each visit. In addition, the user is responsible for keeping the password and identifier confidential. When the user is a third person, it may not use your password and identifier without your express consent as the owner of the password and identifier or operate beyond the scope of your consent.
  3. We will not be held responsible for use of passwords and names by the users by persons unauthorized, if password or user identifier was disclosed without our fault.
  1. We do not disclose, sell and not transfer data enabling (including potentially) identification of the user to any entities other than those mentioned in this Privacy Policy.
  2. We may create statistics including characteristics of behaviours of the users on our website and We may publish such information, if it is impossible to identify a user on the basis thereof.
  3. We disclose information enabling identification of the user, applying appropriate protections and only in the cases described below. CaseLayer discloses information enabling identification of the user:
    • to their employees and collaborators who are obliged keep them confidential, when their disclosure is vital in connection with activities conducted by us, namely with sales of products and services available on the website, provision of substantive and technical assistance and to perform other necessary tasks,
    • in response to subpoena or call from another state authority or if such obligation results from the valid legal provisions,
    • in order to protect ownership and rights of CaseLayer, including claims due us, enforcement of debts, conducting court, administrative, tax proceedings,
    • to entities, which must know the information about the user for proper provision of services for the benefit of CaseLayer (e.g. the sellers and providers of payment services who process the data of Your credit and debit card, suppliers of analytical services). We require from them obligation to privacy protection,
    • in the conversion processes, changes or restructuring of the company,
    • in the case when you send us a request for assistance or an inquiry (for instance, in the form of an e-mail or using the contact form), we reserve the right to publish this demand or an inquiry for the purposes of providing answers, support to other users or introduction of new products and services.
  4. Information, which were generated in cookies are sent to the server, being property of Google Inc. in the US and are recorded there, but your IP address is not connected with other Google data.
  5. Our services are of global range, therefore information about You may be used, stored and available to any persons operating beyond the European Economic Area (EEA), so that we could correctly provide our services. We ensure you that by providing information about You to entities from outside the EEA, We undertake appropriate steps, in order to protect your personal data in accordance with this Privacy Policy and according to the valid laws. Transfer of the data onto servers located in the USA takes place in accordance with principles of the so-called Privacy Shield and on the basis of the standard contractual clauses of the European Commission.
  1. On our website we use the so-called cookie files and we use Google Analytics (an analytical service delivered by Google Inc.) in order to adjust our website to the needs and preferences of the users. Usage of the above-mentioned tools is permitted by Article 6 (1) letter f) of the GDPR.
  2. Google Analytics and the cookie files used by CaseLayer do not contain your personal data, they provide us with pseudonymised information.
  3. Cookie files (the so-called “Cookies”) are the IT data, in particular of text files nature which are stored on Your user device (e.g. laptop, tablet, smartphone) and are intended for using our website (including subpages). Cookies usually contain the name of the website from which they originate, time of their storage on the user device and a unique number.
  4. CaseLayer uses session and permanent cookies.
  5. Cookie files are used for the following purpose:
    • improvement, on the basis of data obtained, of products and services being offered and for creating new products and services,
    • adjusting the content of our website to Your preferences and development of optimum method of using this website, particularly, the files may recognize your user device and display the website accordingly, adapting it to its individual needs and technical possibilities,
    • preparing statistics and analyses which will enable understanding how you are using our website, what e.g. will allow to improve its structure and content,
    • maintenance of Your session (after logging in), thanks to which you will not have to re-enter the login and password on each subpage.
  6. Visitors of the CaseLayer website who do not want the cookie files to be placed on their computers or other devices, should set the browser which they use so as to reject the cookie files before using CaseLayer website, provided that some functions of the website may not operate correctly.
  7. You can also prevent collection and processing of the data by the Google Analytics for example by downloading and installation of an a complement to the browser offered by Google, blocking the Google Analytics service.
According to the law on Personal Data Protection (GDPR) You are entitled to the following rights:
  • the right to obtain confirmation whether We process Your personal data, and if so, the right to obtaining access to them and the information which in particular include such issues as:
    • purposes for which We process Your personal data,
    • categories of the personal data processed,
    • recipients or categories of recipients to whom Your personal data have been or will be made available to,
    • planned period of the data storage, and if the specific information may not be specified, criteria of determination of the storage period,
    • the right for correction, removal or limitations of processing of Your personal data and the right to submit objection against the data processing,
    • the right to submit complaints to the supervisory authority,
    • the information on the data origin, if personal data have not been collected from the person whom the data refer to,
    • the information about the automated decision making, including about profiling pursuant to Article 22 (1) and (4) of the GDPR and at least in these cases – material information about terms of taking them, as well as importance and the expected consequences of such processing for the person whom the data refer to. If the personal data are transferred to any third country or international organizations, you have the right to the information on any relevant protections, determined by Article 46 of the GDPR, related to transfer of the data,
  • the right for correction of any incorrect or supplementing of any incomplete personal data
    • You have the right to request CaseLayer to immediately correct Your personal data which are incorrect and taking into account the purposes of processing you have the right to request supplementing of any incomplete personal data also by means of an additional statement, the right to correct any incorrect or supplement any incomplete personal data,
  • the right to delete the data, the so-called “the right to be forgotten”
    • You have the right to request us to immediately remove your personal data and we have the obligation to remove Your data without unnecessary delay, provided that one of the following circumstances occurs:
      • Your data are not necessary anymore for the purposes for which they were collected or processed in a different manner,
      • You have withdrawn/cancelled your consent which processing was based on, pursuant to Article 6 (1), letter a) or Article 9 (2) letter a) of the GDPR and there are no other legal grounds for processing,
      • You have filled an objection pursuant to Article 21 (1) of the GDPR against the processing and there are no superior legally reasonable grounds for processing or You have filled an objection pursuant to Article 21 (2) of the GDPR,
      • Your data were processed not in line with the law,
      • Your data must be removed in order to fulfill the legal obligation,
      • Your data have been collected in connection with offering information society services in accordance with Article 8 (1) of the GDPR
    • In the case when we have made Your personal data public and we are obliged to remove them, then, taking into account any available technology and costs of implementation, We undertake any relevant actions to inform the third parties processing Your personal data that you have also requested from them to remove any links to Your data, their copies and their replication,
  • the right to restrict processing of Your personal data
    • You have the right to request us to restrict processing of Your data, when:
      • You question the correctness of your personal data,
      • processing is inconsistent with the law and instead of removal of the personal data you demand restriction of their use,
      • you need the personal data to determine, claim or defend claims and we no longer need them,
      • You have filled an objection pursuant to Article 21 (1) of the GDPR until the time of adjudication of supremacy, if legally reasonable grounds on our side are superior to Your grounds for objection,
  • the right to transfer the data, namely to receive the data made available to us to receive Your personal data, in a structured, commonly used format fit for machine reading and the right to transfer the data to another administrator, if:
    • processing takes place in line with Article 6 (1), letter a) or Article 9 (2) letter a) or under a contract pursuant to Article 6 (1) letter b) of the GDPR and
    • processing is conducted in an automated manner
    • Using the right for data transfer you have the right to request CaseLayer to transfer Your personal data directly to another administrator, if it is technically feasible,
  • the right to express objection
    • you have the right to express objection at any time – due to Your particular situation – against processing of Your personal data which is conducted on the basis of Article 6 (1) letter e) or f) of the GDPR, including profiling on the basis of these provisions,
    • you have the right to file, at any time, an objection against processing of Your personal data for the purposes of direct marketing. This right may be exercised via automated measures using technical specifications. after filing the objection we may not process Your data anymore, unless there are important legally reasonable grounds for further processing, which are superior to Your interests, rights and freedoms or grounds for determining, claiming or defending claims.
  1. In the event when we transform into a different legal form, merge with another entity or we will carry out a division of our company and if we will lease our company or bankruptcy be will announced in relation to us – the data on You may be regarded as an element of our assets.
  2. We inform that our possible legal transformation will result in acquisition of the data by legal successor, which will be able to use them only to the extent as specified in this Privacy Policy.
  1. This Privacy Policy applies only to the website being property of CaseLayer.
  2. We are not responsible for privacy policy or practice with regard to protection of personal data of entities, links to which may appear on the CaseLayer website or entities using our products or services. We recommend reviewing Privacy policies of the relevant entities.
  1. In the case of questions concerning our website and rights related to personal data protection, you can contact us writing to the following address: .
  2. In order to exercise the rights attributable to You, related to processing of Your personal data, login to your individual account or send a notification to the following address . We will try to process the request as quickly as possible.
  3. If you believe that there was a breach of the provisions on the personal data protection (GDPR), you have the right to submit a complaint to the supervisory authority responsible for data protection. You can do this in the EU member state of Your residence, your workplace or the place of committing the alleged breach. Since 25 May 2018 the Polish authority competent in the Personal Data Protection Office (Urząd Ochrony Danych Osobowych).
  1. From time to time, we may change our Privacy Policy, therefore we encourage you to frequently verify the current content thereof.
  2. In the event of introducing changes, we will inform You of this fact by including a note in Update log, and in the event of any significant changes we will provide You with the additional notification via e-mail, and in the legally justified cases we will ask you for granting consent to make the changes
  3. Further use of our website after each change shall be regarded as approval of any introduced changes.

Update log:
27 April 2021- newsletter section update
25 May 2018 – simplification of the language in the Privacy Policy and description of our practices with regard to protection of personal data
1 March 2016