Privacy Policy


  1. Protecting Users’ personal data is of the utmost importance to the Owner of this website. The Owner makes every effort to ensure Users feel safe when entrusting their personal data while using the website.
  2. A User is a physical person, a legal entity, or an organizational unit without legal personality, which the law grants legal capacity, using electronic services available on the website.
  3. This privacy policy explains the principles and scope of processing Users’ personal data, the rights granted to Users, the responsibilities of the data administrator, and provides information on the use of cookies.
  4. The Administrator uses the latest technical means and organizational solutions to ensure a high level of protection for processed personal data and safeguard against unauthorized access.


The personal data administrator is Aram sp. z o.o. located at Trakt Brzeski 118, 05-077 Warsaw, Poland registered in the Register of Entrepreneurs maintained by the District Court in Warsaw, Economic Division, under number KRS: 0000909406, NIP: 9522150051 (hereinafter referred to as the “Owner”).


  1. The Administrator processes the User’s personal data for the purpose of:
    • Sending a tailored commercial offer and/or newsletter at the User’s request.
  2. The User can also consent to receiving information about news and promotions, which will result in the Administrator processing personal data to send the User commercial information about new products or services, promotions, or sales.
  3. Personal data are also processed to fulfill legal obligations imposed on the data administrator and perform tasks in the public interest, such as security and defense tasks or storing tax documentation.
  4. Personal data may also be processed for direct marketing purposes, securing and pursuing claims or defending against claims by the User or a third party, as well as for marketing services and products of third parties or non-direct marketing of the Administrator’s services and products.


  1. The Administrator processes the following personal data: email address, name, Company name, position, country of residence.


  1. Personal data are processed in accordance with the provisions of the 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 (General Data Protection Regulation), OJ L 119, 4.5.2016, p. 1–88, hereinafter referred to as “GDPR”.
  2. The Administrator processes personal data only after obtaining the User’s consent.
  3. Consent to process personal data is entirely voluntary.


  1. The User can request information on the scope of personal data processing from the Administrator at any time.
  2. The User can request the correction or rectification of their personal data at any time.
  3. The User can withdraw their consent to the processing of their personal data at any time without providing a reason. The request to cease data processing may relate to a specific processing purpose indicated by the User, such as withdrawing consent to receive commercial information, or to all processing purposes. Withdrawing consent for all processing purposes will result in the deletion of the User’s account from the website along with all personal data previously processed by the Administrator. Withdrawing consent does not affect actions already taken.
  4. The User can request the Administrator to delete their data at any time without providing a reason. The request to delete data does not affect actions already taken. Deleting data will simultaneously result in deleting the User’s account, along with all personal data processed by the Administrator up to that point.
  5. The User can object to the processing of personal data at any time, both regarding all personal data processed by the Administrator and only in a limited scope, such as processing data for a specific purpose. The objection does not affect actions already taken. Objecting will result in the deletion of the User’s account along with all personal data processed by the Administrator up to that point.
  6. The User can request the limitation of personal data processing for a specified time or indefinitely but within a specified scope, which the Administrator is obliged to fulfill. This request does not affect actions already taken.
  7. The User can request the Administrator to transfer their personal data to another entity. To do this, the User should write a request to the Administrator indicating which entity (name, address) should receive the personal data and which specific data the User wants to be transferred. After confirming the User’s request, the Administrator will transfer the data electronically to the indicated entity. Confirming the request is necessary for the security of the User’s personal data and to ensure the request comes from an authorized person.
  8. The Administrator informs the User about actions taken within one month of receiving one of the requests mentioned in the previous points.


  1. Personal data are generally stored only as long as necessary to fulfill contractual or statutory obligations for which they were collected. These data will be deleted immediately when their storage is no longer necessary for evidence purposes according to civil law or in connection with statutory data retention obligations.
  2. Contract-related information is stored for evidence purposes for three years from the end of the year in which the business relationship with the User ended. Data deletion occurs after the statutory limitation period for contractual claims.
  3. Additionally, the Administrator may retain archival information on completed transactions as their retention is related to the User’s claims, such as warranty claims.
  4. If no agreement has been concluded between the User and the Owner, the User’s personal data are stored until the User’s account is deleted from the website. Account deletion may occur as a result of a User’s request, withdrawal of consent for personal data processing, or an objection to processing these data.


  1. The Administrator may entrust the processing of personal data to entities cooperating with the Administrator to the extent necessary for transaction execution, such as preparing ordered goods and delivering shipments or transmitting commercial information from the Administrator (this applies to Users who have consented to receive commercial information).
  2. Apart from the purposes specified in this Privacy Policy, Users’ personal data will not be shared with third parties or transferred to other entities for the purpose of sending third-party marketing materials.
  3. Users’ personal data are not transferred outside the European Union.
  4. This Privacy Policy complies with the provisions of Article 13(1) and (2) of the GDPR.


Cookies Policy
Our website uses cookies in order to provide you with the top quality services, also in the customized manner. Using the website without changing the settings means that cookies will be placed in your end device. You can change your cookies settings at any time.

Cookies Policy of ARAM
This cookies policy applies to all websites and mobile applications owned by ARAM By using the websites of ARAM, you consent to use of cookies in accordance with the terms of this policy. If you do not consent to use of cookies, you should change your browser settings or stop visiting the websites of ARAM.

What are cookies?
Cookies are small files stored on your computer, tablet or smartphone when you visit various websites in the Internet. A cookie usually included the name of website it comes from, the cookie “life expectancy” (that is the period of its existence) and randomly generated unique number used to identify the browser which connected the Internet.

What are cookies used for?
The websites of ARAM use cookies for various purposes:
to customize the Website content to the User’s preferences and to optimize the use of websites; in particular, the cookies allow to identify the User’s device and display the website customized to the User’s individual preferences; to make statistics which help understand how the Service Users use the websites which allows to improve the website structure and content; to keep the User’s session (after logging) so that the User does not need to enter the login and password at each Service subpage; to customize the contents and adverts available on the websites of ARAM to your expectations and interests; to collect anonymous, aggregated statistics which allow us to understand how people use our websites ad help us improve their functionality and content. Using cookies in the aforementioned manner, we never identify the users’ identities on the basis of information stored in the cookies.

How long are the data in cookies stored?
Two kinds of cookies are used on the websites of ARAM: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are deleted from your computer when you close your browser, whereas persistent cookies remain stored on your computer until deleted, or until they reach their expiry date.

Kinds of cookies used on the websites of ARAM:

  • Cookies necessary for website operation:
    Cookies necessary for correct operation of ARAM websites allow you to navigate the websites and use their elements. For instance, they can remember previous actions (e.g. open texts) when you return to the website during the same session.
  • Cookies improving the capacity:
    Collecting information on how the visitors use the ARAM websites by providing information about the areas visited by users, time spent in these areas and problems encountered there, such as error messaged, this allows us to improve the operation of the ARAM websites.
  • Cookies improving the functionality:
    Remembering your choices and settings (e.g. username, region where you are, personalized content settings) to provide you with more personalized content. They also allow to view films and use social tools, e.g. blogs, chats and internet forums.
  • Advertising cookies:
    Displaying advertisements which correspond to your interests and limiting the number of displays of a given advert. These cookies allow us also to measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns.

Do we use third party cookies?
Yes, by using the websites of ARAM you may also be sent the cookies from cooperating third parties, such as Facebook or Google. More information on these cookies can be found on respective websites of cooperating third parties.

How do I change my cookies settings or disable the cookies?
The default settings in most internet browsers allow to accept cookies automatically. You can however change your browser settings to block cookies – all or a part of them, e.g. only from third parties, or to receive each time a message when cookies are being sent to your device. Remember however that blocking the cookies we use may negatively affect the comfort of using the websites of ARAM, for example you will not be able to visit some areas of websites of ARAM or to receive personalized content when you view the websites. You will also make it impossible for us to collect anonymous information on the use of our websites in order to improve their content.

INSTRUCTIONS – how to remove cookies
The method of changing the cookies settings may vary depending on the internet browser you use. The information of cookies can be found in the “Help” menu of your browser and also on
Cookies in internet browsers. In the browser settings chose the option responsible for privacy:

Google Chrome
The default settings of Google Chrome allow to store the cookies. To change the settings:
click “Google Chrome Settings” and select “Settings”;
click “Show Advanced Settings” at the bottom of the page;
in “Privacy” select “Content Settings”;
chose the required settings;
to define special settings for a given service, click “Manage Exceptions” and chose your own settings for websites;
click “Ready” to confirm the changes.

Microsoft Internet Explorer
The default settings of Microsoft Internet Explorer allow to store the cookies, but block the files which may come from services which do not apply the privacy policy. To change the settings:
click “Tools” and select “Internet Options”;
select “Privacy”;
and use the sliding selector to define the required level (the highest blocks all cookies, the lowest allows to store all cookies);
click “Advanced” and choose the required settings yourself;
to define special settings for a given service, click “Websites” and chose your own settings for websites;
click “OK” to confirm the changes.

Mozilla Firefox
The default settings of Mozilla Firefox allow to store the cookies. To change the settings:
click “Tools” (in other versions click “Firefox”) and select “Options”;
next select “Privacy” and check the required settings;
to define special settings for a given service, click “Exceptions” and chose your own settings for websites;
click “OK” to confirm the changes.

The default settings of Opera allow to store the cookies. To change the settings:
click “Preferences”, select Advanced”, and then “Cookies”;
check the required settings;
to define special settings for a given service, go to the website in question, right-click on it, select “Preferences for Websites” and go to the “Cookies” tab and define the required settings;
click “OK” to confirm the changes.

The default settings of the Safari browser allow to store the cookies. To change the settings:
in “Safari” menu select “Preferences”
click the “Privacy” icon;
to define special settings for a given service, click “Details” and chose your own settings for websites.

Cookies in Adobe Flash Player
Adobe Flash Player is used to get access to multimedia content (mp3 podcasts, video, other data), streaming (live transmissions), online games played on the browser, and to display adverts to the User. Adobe Flash Player also uses cookies. The access to them is available thanks to the mechanism on the Adobe website: