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Privacy policy

General information

For the convenience of using the bravevolley.com website, we care about the privacy and security of users. Therefore, we give users the opportunity to choose whether and to what extent they want to use our services and share information about themselves.
The administrator of personal data is the Brave Volley Association with headquarters in Zabrze, Hermisza 6B/15 Street, 41-800 Zabrze, KRS: 0000915133, NIP: 6452570650, REGON: 389620209. Users disclose information about themselves voluntarily. Some of our websites are available without having to provide information about yourself, but some require you to sign up and disclose the necessary information.
Therefore, data from website users are collected in two ways:
Information provided voluntarily by the user - for personal data, we ask users using registration and contact forms;
Information obtained when using our websites - these may include:
a) information in server logs - our servers automatically save data such as page request sent by the user, date and time of request and response, device data (e.g. hardware model), browser type, browser language, type of operating system,
b) IP address - each computer connected to the Internet is assigned a unique number, i.e. the IP address; on its basis you can e.g. identify the country from which a given user connects to the network,
c) text files ("cookies") sent to the user's computer when visiting the bravevolley.com website.
Personal data of website users are processed for statistical and marketing purposes, matching the content to the preferences and interests of users as well as detecting bots and other abuses. Users are entitled to view, modify, delete or limit the processing of their personal data. You have the right to lodge a complaint with the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection.

System logs

The information contained in system logs (e.g. IP address) is used only for technical purposes related to server administration. Information from system logs can also be used to collect general, statistical demographic information - after informing the user and with his consent.


Cookies may be saved on the user's computer disk, which contain information necessary for the proper functioning of websites, in particular those requiring authorization. The content of cookies does not allow the identification of the user. We store cookies on users 'computers primarily to better tailor websites to users' needs, maintain user sessions, create viewership statistics, and create online surveys and protect them from multiple voting by the same people. It is possible to configure the web browser in such a way that the option of storing cookies on the hard disk will be completely disabled.


The form filled out by the user, as well as the authorization process (logging in) to our resources is carried out using a secure SSL protocol, which significantly increases the protection of data transmission.

Information storage

Information obtained from users is stored and processed with necessary security measures that meet the requirements of generally applicable law.