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Service Provider (Taagly) – The Provider and Manager of the System is 4sales Bartosz Kruszelnicki, ul. Lelewela 4a/1, 53-505 Wrocław NIP: 612 174 31 05.
Service (also named to as the System) – a paid or free service, provided by the Service Provider electronically to the Client, consisting in making available to the Client an application in the SaaS model under the name Taagly used to manage tasks and projects.
Administrator of personal data – Service Provider (Taagly)
Client – an entity commissioning the Service Provider to provide the Service, by filling in an electronic registration form available on the website of the service provider, having the legal capacity to incur obligations and acquire rights in their own name (or on behalf of another company or organization). The customer may be a business or private person.
Client Account – an electronic object of the data model, representing a single Customer in the System (also in a situation where the Customer is a private individual). In order to start using the Service, the Customer must create a Customer Account by filling in an electronic registration form on the website www.taagly.com
Network (also named Customer Network) – a service provided and configured for a specific Customer, created together with the creation of a Customer Account. Each Client has access to its own, individual Network. All data entered by Users are visible and available only within the same Network in which they were entered.
User – any person to whom the Customer has given permission to use his Network. The User may or may not be an employee of the Client. The User is identified on the basis of his e-mail address and password.
User account – an electronic data model object, representing a single User in the System. A user account can be assigned to one or more Customer Accounts. The User has access to the Network of a given Client, if the User Account is assigned to the Client Account.
Agreement – an agreement concluded between the Service Provider and the Client concerning the provision of Services under the terms and conditions described in these regulations.
Administrator – a User selected by the Client, having higher permissions, including permissions allowing to change the Client’s data and inviting Users to use the Client’s Network. At the moment of creating a new Customer Account, a User Account is created, which becomes the Administrator of the Client’s Network . The Administrator may then grant administrative privileges to other Users or give them.
Subscription plan – the Customer can choose one of the available plans. Particular plans may differ in the offered functionality of the System, quantitative limits, and fees. The terms and conditions of individual plans and their price list are available on the company website of the Service.
Trial period – the period of 14 or 30 days indicated by Service Provider during which the operation of the Service is made available to the Client free of charge. Details available in the price list on the company website of the Service.
Company website – the website available at https://taagly.com together with subpages where all information concerning the Service is placed.
Content – means all information, data, codes, video, images, text, documents and other materials of any kind that are transmitted/published/ made available by the Customer or User through the Taagly System.
Visitors to the Site – persons who are browsing the Company website. These may be Client, Users or persons who do not use the Taagly Service.
We collect only the information we really need.
If you do not agree with this policy, do not use the Taagly Service or the Service Company Site or any other part of Taagly’s business.
1. Administrator of personal data within the meaning of the Regulation of the European Parliament and the Council (EU) 2016⁄679 EU of 27 April 2016 is the Service Provider.
2. Personal data are collected and processed for the realization of legitimate interests of the Service Provider, i.e. in particular: the process of selling services, enabling the provision of electronic services, making settlements, servicing the network of the Client’s Account and User Accounts, servicing queries to the service department as well as for tax, accounting, archival and statistical purposes.
3. The forwarding of personal data is voluntary, but it is indispensable for the conclusion of a agreement and the full use of the system.
- To create an account on the System, Client/User will provide us with basic information, which may include your name and email address. You will then be able to provide optional profile information, such as a photograph or basic demographic information.
- In order to receive an invoice for the Service, it is necessary to provide all the data required by tax law, such as your name or company name, address or registered office address, VAT number – without which we are unable to issue an invoice properly.
- In order to contact our helpdesk, you will need to provide us with your e-mail address, company name, username, etc., and you will need to provide us with the following information
4. Using the Service consists in entering various data into the Client’s Network by the Client and Users, including: names of work areas, projects, tags, tasks or content of comments. The Service Provider does not process these data in any way other than storing them on servers and making regular backups.
If the Client/User regularly places personal data of other natural persons, such as contractors, customers, associates, etc., on its Online Account, the Client may, if necessary, sign a Personal Data Processing Entrustment Agreement with the Service Provider. For this purpose, the Client should send a request to the e-mail address: email@example.com
5. Client Network Content is collected, used and made available by the Service Provider in accordance with Client’s instructions, including any applicable terms and conditions of the Client Agreement (Terms and Conditions).
Client, not Service Provider, defines its own internal policies regarding the storage, access, modification, deletion, sharing and storage of Content.
For example, the Client may provide or remove access to the Service to Users, enable or disable third-party integration, manage permissions, storage and export settings, assign Users or share Work Areas, Projects, Tasks.
6. When you use the Service, we collect information about how you interact with the Taagly Service. Information includes data such as IP address, browser type and settings, referring/exit pages and URLs, number of clicks, date and timestamp information, language preferences, data from cookies and similar technologies, approximate geographic location derived from the IP address.
7. Client may connect to external integrations (e.g. OneDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox or others) through the Taagly Service.
If Client initiates these connections, Client agrees that Taagly will provide Client information that is required to enable the use of third party integration through the Service.
8. Any personal data received by Service Provider via the Client’s Network are treated as confidential. Service Provider is obliged to secure personal data in accordance with the requirements of the regulations on their protection.
9. The data will be processed no longer than it is necessary to realize the above mentioned purposes, but no longer than until the time of withdrawal or modification of the given consent. After this time, the data may be processed until the expiration of the statute of limitations.
10. The Administrator of personal data takes measures to ensure the security of personal data collected and processed, and in case of their violation – informs the competent national institutions, in order to detect perpetrators and prevent future violations. Any natural person whose data are infringed shall be informed thereof.
11. The private person to whom the data refer has the right to demand from the Personal Data Administrator the access to their personal data, their correction, deletion or limitation of processing at any time, the right to object to the processing, as well as the right to moving their own data and the right to complain to the supervisory authority of the Head of the Office for Personal Data Protection.
As already mentioned in points 4 and 5 of this paragraph, the Client (and its Users) is responsible for the data placed on its Client’s Network. With this in mind, Service Provider will first of all ask the Client to clarify any disputes because it is he who is responsible for the data posted in the Service.
You can manage your consents at firstname.lastname@example.org
The withdrawal/modification of consent shall not affect the lawfulness of the processing carried out on the basis of consent prior to its withdrawal or modification.
12. In order to optimise the operation of the Taagly Service and communication with Clients, Users and persons interested in the Service, the Service Provider uses external services:
a) Tido Chat – to support communication with customers/users contacting the customer support department.
b) Google Analytics – for statistical purposes related to the need to optimize the appearance and functionality of pages of the Service and offer. Within this tool, we obtain demographic data, geolocation data of users and data about the equipment used by them and the behaviour on the Service’s Company Website.
c) Facebook – to communicate with users and promote Taagly on the Facebook platform. We use the “Facebook Custom Audience” service, which stores your email addresses for the purpose of targeting your Facebook ads. We also have a “Facebook pixel” on the Service Company Site, a service for tracking Facebook visitors to the Site in order to reach them with Facebook advertising.
d) Amazon Web Services (AWS) – Hosting and Infrastructure. This type of service is intended to host the data and files that enable the launch and distribution of the Taagly Services, as well as to provide a ready-to-go infrastructure for the launch of certain features or parts of the Taagly Services. Some of these services operate through geographically distributed servers, making it difficult to determine the actual location where personal data is stored.
e) The Service Provider uses the services of an external company PayPal.com processing credit card payments in order to collect information about the payment, including your credit card number, billing address and telephone number. In such circumstances, the third party service provider, not Taagly, stores payment information on behalf of the Service Provider.
14. Transfer of personal data to third countries
Like most entrepreneurs, we use various popular services and technologies offered by such entities as Facebook, Microsoft, Google, Amazon. These companies are based outside the European Union and are therefore treated as third countries under GDPR rules.
GDPR imposes certain restrictions on the transfer of personal data to third countries, because since, in principle, European legislation does not apply there, the protection of the personal data of European Union citizens may unfortunately be insufficient. Therefore, every Administrator of Personal Data is obliged to determine the legal basis for such transfers.
We would like to assure you that when using our services and technologies, we transfer personal data only to such entities that have joined the Privacy Shield program, pursuant to the executive decision of the European Commission of 12 July 2016. – Further information can be found on the European Commission’s website at
Entities that have joined the Privacy Shield Program guarantee that they will comply with the high standards of personal data protection in the European Union, therefore, the use of their services and technologies in the processing of personal data is lawful.
Taagly Service and GDPR
General Data Protection Regulation
1. Service Provider strongly supports data privacy legislation because it believes that strong privacy practices are good for the Clients/Users and therefore is as well good for Service Provider.
Service Provider will do everything in its power to support the efforts of its Clients to comply with GDPR by providing information about the data collected, transmitted and stored by Taagly in the Client Account and Client Network. With this in mind, we are unable to offer legal advice on how the customer, Account Users or their organisation complies with GDPR.
2. Taagly’s servers are located in Ireland, which means that the Service Provider must respect the European Data Protection Directives as well as the Polish Data Protection Act.
3. As any other company based in the European Union, Service Provider implemented the compliance strategy of 25 May 2018. Taagly’s data protection practices are now GDPR compliant.
Service Provider understands that Clients/Users have requirements regarding GDPR which are directly dependent on the use of the Taagly Service and Service Provider has taken appropriate steps to this end:
- Taagly is committed to maintaining the security and privacy measures required by GDPR.
- Taagly is committed to appropriate data transfer mechanisms when transferring data outside the EU.
- Taagly declares that, when commissioning other entities to provide services, it requires the partners to comply with GDPR’s instructions, to ensure a sufficiently high standard of protection of the personal data entrusted, to sign appropriate entrustment agreements in which the partners confirm the application of the standards and the right to control the compliance of these entities with these standards.
- Taagly ensure that all employees are adequately educated in the proper handling of personal data.
- Taagly ensure that employees who have access to and process personal data are required to maintain the confidentiality and security of such data.
- The Service Provider will engage in notifying the relevant regulatory authorities in case of personal data breaches and will promptly inform the Clients/Users of such breaches.
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What are cookies?
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Types of cookies
A visit to the Taagly Service or the Company Service Site may generate the following types of cookies:
- Taagly user cookies (persistent and session cookies)By using the Taagly Service or the Company Website, Service Provider may send one or more cookies to the Client’s/User’s/Site Visitor’s computer to uniquely identify the browser and allow Taagly to help, for example, log in faster and more efficient navigation of the website. A cookie may provide the Service Provider with anonymous information about how the Service is being viewed. A persistent cookie remains on your hard drive when you close your browser so that it can be used by your browser when you visit the Site again. The session cookie is temporary and disappears when you close your browser.
- anonymous analytic cookiesWhenever someone (Customer/User/Site Visitor) visits the Taagly Service or the Company Website of the Service, software provided by another organization generates an “anonymous Analytical Cookie”. These cookies may tell Service Provider whether the Client/User/Site Visitor has visited the Site early on. Your browser will let us know if you have these cookies and if not, Taagly will generate new cookies. This allows Service Provider to track how many Clients/Users/Site Visitor to the Site Service Provider owns and how often they visit the Site.
If Client/User is not logged in to Taagly, Service Provider may not use these cookies for identification purposes. The Service Provider uses these cookies to collect statistics, for example the number of visits to the website. If the Client/User is logged in, Service Provider will also know the details that were previously provided, such as user name/client name and e-mail address.
- third party cookiesOther organizations may also set their own anonymous cookies on the Taagly Service or on the Company Website. They do so to track the success of their applications or to customize their applications. Due to the way cookies work, the Service Provider does not have access to these cookies and the other organization cannot access the data in cookies used on the Taagly Service or on the Company Website.
For example, if you like Taagly using the Facebook like button on taagly.com, the social network that created the button will register that you did it.
How do I disable cookies?
You can usually disable cookies by your browser or stop accepting cookies from a specific site. However, some features of our service may not work properly if you disable cookies.
All modern browsers allow you to change your cookie settings. These can usually be found in the “Options” or “Preferences” menus of your browser. To understand these settings, you can use the “Help” option in your browser for more information.