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Applies to the Demo InnerWeb® Mobile Application

Dear user of the Application:

Only your business e-mail address is required to access the  InnerWeb® Demo Application  and will be stored for 13 months by InnerWeb Sp. z o. o. from Bielsko-Biała for the purpose of return contact. We take your opinion about our application into account, which is why we make it available completely free of charge. We will let you know when there is an update or interesting information about our project. You can contact the data administrator at  . Remember that providing personal data and consent to their processing is voluntary. All data provided to us is safe and processed only to the extent described above and for the purpose for which you consent. You have the right to update or completely delete your e-mail address at any time. Welcome to the world of the New Work Culture.

We cordially greet
the InnerWeb Team

Applies to the Portal

Dear Portal user:

In order to meet the legal expectations regarding the protection of your personal data, we have prepared the following set of the most important information about which of them we use, along with an explanation of the exact reason and how it is done. Our goal is to minimize such needs, which can be seen on the example of our  InnerWeb® Demo Application .

Thank you for your trust in
the InnerWeb Team

Detailed information

The InnerWeb portal is administered by  InnerWeb Sp. z o. o,  with its seat in  Bielsko-Biała 43-382  at  365 Cieszyńska Street . However, the company’s main office is located in the very center of the city, at  Piłsudskiego 7 . The company InnerWeb is entered in the Register of Entrepreneurs of the National Court Register under the number  KRS 0000826731 , the share capital of which is  PLN 1,431,000.  InnerWeb was established  on January 10, 2020  as a result of pre-incubation of the “InnerWeb” project with the participation of Agencja Rozwoju Regionalnego SA Bielsko-Biała, initiated by World Industry Programming “WIP” Sp. z o. o. Other data of InnerWeb:  NIP:  PL 547-22-16-891  (EU VAT),  REGON: 385428886

“We invest in your future”
Beskidzki Akcelerator Technologiczny ARR SA is a continuation of the Project “TechnoBIT Venture – knowledge and capital for innovation” co-financed
under Measure 3.1 of the Innovative Economy Operational Program by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund

InnerWeb, as the administrator of personal data, exercises the highest diligence in the protection of personal data and the right to privacy of users. All information protection measures used by InnerWeb comply with the highest standards of protection referred to in the Act of August 29, 1997 on the Protection of Personal Data (hereinafter referred to as the Personal Data Protection Act) and the implementing acts issued on its basis.

InnerWeb ensures the implementation of all rights under the Personal Data Protection Act and the GDPR, in particular the right to access the content made available to the Portal, personal data and the right to correct them. These rights may be exercised, inter alia, by contacting InnerWeb, including via the e-mail address:  

InnerWeb collects data about the visitor’s   IP address  and the signature of the user’s browser  as an aid in spam detection.

InnerWeb uses  cookies , which are small text information sent by a web server and saved on the user’s side. The default parameters of cookies allow the information contained in them to be read only by the server that created them. Cookies, the so-called “Cookies” are used to collect information related to the use of the Website by the user. Cookies enable, among others:

  • maintaining the Portal user’s session after logging in, thanks to which the user does not have to re-enter the login and password on every subpage of the Portal;
  • adjusting the content of the Portal pages to the user’s preferences and optimizing the use of websites; in particular, these files allow to recognize the Portal user’s device and properly display the website, tailored to his individual needs and the device used by him.
  • collecting anonymous aggregate statistical data that help to better understand how users use the Portal. This enables the Portal, its structure and content to be improved in line with the users’ expectations.

The InnerWeb portal uses two types of cookies: “session” and “permanent”. Session cookies are temporary files that are stored on the user’s end device until logging out, leaving the website or turning off the software (web browser). Persistent cookies are stored on the user’s end device for the time specified in the cookie parameters or until they are deleted by the user. The website uses third party cookies, including Google Analytics and Facebook Pixel.

The User has the right  to:

Copyright – The proprietary copyrights to the content published on the Portal belong to InnerWeb. The InnerWeb portal also contains Publications related to InnerWeb, for which it has obtained the consent of the Author. Copyrights are protected under the Act of February 4, 1994 on Copyright and Related Rights (Journal of Laws of 2018, item 1191, as amended). Using the content published on the Portal does not mean that the User acquires any copyrights. The User may use this content only to the extent permitted by the Act on Copyright and Related Rights. No part or all of the content used by the User may be reproduced and distributed, in any form or in any other way (electronic or mechanical), including copying and posting on the Internet.

Regulations of the InnerWeb® Mobile Application

Application  – A mobile application designed for mobile devices supported by the Android, iOS operating system.

User  – a natural person, legal person or organizational unit without legal personality that uses the Application.

Logging  in – the activity of entering the Identification Data, allowing for the identification of the User.

Identification data  – login (business email address) and 4-digit password received from InnerWeb.

These regulations define the rules of using the Application. These are regulations within the meaning of art. 8 of the Act of July 18, 2002 on the provision of electronic services (Journal of Laws of 2019, item 123). The App and any editorial material contained therein are the sole property of InnerWeb. The application can be downloaded and installed free of charge using the online store:

  • Google Play  (for Android) – the minimum technical requirements for the device is  Android  6.0  Marshmallow
  • App Store  (for iOS) – minimum technical requirements are  iOS  10.3  (  iPhone  only )

The  Demo InnerWeb®  Application provides free services aimed at presenting the functionality and operation of the full version of the  InnerWeb® system . These Regulations apply only to the Demo InnerWeb ® Application. The full version of the system is covered by separate regulations and a relevant manual provided to all system users during the installation process at an industrial plant or other location where the system has been implemented. The costs of data transmission required to download, install and use the Application are covered by the Application User on their own on the basis of an agreement concluded with the operator of the internet access service. InnerWeb is not responsible for the amount of fees charged for the use of data transmission necessary to use the Application.

Installation of the Application  requires downloading the Application from the online store. Access to the Internet is required for startup and proper operation  . By using the Application, the User accepts the content of these Regulations. If the User does not agree to accept the Regulations, the Application should be uninstalled.

Terms of Use – The User is obliged to use the Application in a manner consistent with applicable law, these Regulations and the regulations of the stores where the Application was made available, in a manner consistent with the principles of social coexistence, including the general principles of using the Internet and mobile applications, in a non-burdensome manner for other Users and the operator of the internet access service, respecting the personal rights of third parties (including the right to privacy) and any other rights they are entitled to. The User is obliged to use all information and materials made available through the Application only to the extent of fair use. The User is obliged to immediately notify InnerWeb of any infringement of rights in connection with the use of the Application. The User may stop using the Application at any time. The cessation of use requires uninstalling the Application from the mobile device. If it is found that the User commits activities prohibited by law or the Regulations, or violating the principles of social coexistence or detrimental to the justified interest of InnerWeb, InnerWeb may take action, including limiting the User’s ability to use the Application and the services provided through it. The User uses the Application voluntarily, at his own risk. or violating the principles of social coexistence or prejudicing the justified interest of InnerWeb, InnerWeb may take actions, including limiting the User’s ability to use the Application and the services provided through it. The User uses the Application voluntarily, at his own risk. or violating the principles of social coexistence or prejudicing the justified interest of InnerWeb, InnerWeb may take actions, including limiting the User’s ability to use the Application and the services provided through it. The User uses the Application voluntarily, at his own risk.

Personal Data Protection  – The Application processes personal data in the form of a business  e-mail address  provided in the Logging process in order to enable secure, authorized access to the Application in accordance with the license. Access to applications from private mailboxes is blocked. InnerWeb informs that in order to provide the access service, it is necessary to process operational data, including:

Purpose of data collectionDescription of the goalExample
Application featuresThe data is used for the functions that are available in the application.For example, to enable application features or to authenticate users.
AnalyticsThe data is used to collect information about how users use the application or its performance.For example, to find out how many users are using a particular feature, monitor application health, identify and fix errors or crashes, or improve application performance.
Fraud prevention, security and complianceThe data is used for fraud prevention, security or legal compliance.This includes, for example, monitoring failed login attempts to identify potentially illegal activity.
Account managementThe data is used to set up and manage user accounts with the help of the developer.For example, to allow users to create accounts or add information to the developer-provided accounts used for their services, and to log in to the application or verify login credentials.
CategoryData typeType descriptionThe
LocationApproximate locationThe physical location of the user or device in an area of ​​at least 3 square kilometers, e.g. the city where the user is located, or the location made available under the

ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION permission on Android
Application Features
 Exact locationThe physical location of the user or device in an area of ​​up to 3 square kilometers, e.g. location provided under the

ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION permission on Android.
Application Features
Personal dataNameThe way the user names himself, e.g. first and last name or nickname.Application Features
 E-mail adressUser’s e-mail address.Application Features,
Fraud Prevention,
Security and Compliance,
Account Management
User IDs
Identifiers associated with a specific person.
These can be, for example, an ID, number or account name.
Application Features,
Fraud Prevention,
Security and Compliance,
Account Management
 Phone numberUser’s phone number.Application Features
 Other informationsAny other personal informationApplication Features
Photos and VideosPhotosUser photos.Application Features
Files and documentsFiles and documentsYour files and documents, or information about your files and documents, such as filenames.Application Features
Activity in
Interaction with the applicationInformation about how the user uses your application. For example, this could be the items you clicked on or the number of visits to the page.Application Functions,
User Content
Other user content not listed here or in other sections. For example, this could be your bio or notes, or your answers to open-ended questions.Application Functions,
 Other activitiesOther user activity or in-app activities that are not listed, such as gameplay, likes, or window options.Application Functions,
Information about
applications and their operation
Crash logsData from your app’s crash log. This can be, for example, the number of application crashes, crash stack dumps, or other information directly related to the crash.Analytics
 DiagnosticsApplication performance information. These can be, for example, battery life, loading time, latency, frame rate or technical diagnostics.Analytics
 Other data about the operation of the
Any other app performance data not listed here.Analytics
Device IDs
and more
Device IDs
and more
Identifiers associated with a specific device or specific browser or application (e.g. IMEI number, MAC address, Widevine device ID, Firebase installation ID).Application Features,
Fraud Prevention,
Security and Compliance,
Account Management

Final provisions  – In matters not covered by these Regulations, the relevant provisions of Polish law shall apply, in particular the Civil Code and the Act on the provision of electronic services. These regulations are available at:  and is valid from May 25, 2020.

Data safety

The InnerWeb infrastructure guarantees optimal data security, in particular through the implementation of information systems security policy and meeting the requirements of individual standards and certification (PCI-DSS certification, ISO / IEC 27001 certification, SOC 1 TYPE II and SOC 2 TYPE II approvals, etc.). It also has the ability to host medical data (HDS). The server infrastructure is secured and monitored on an ongoing basis in terms of threats. Only the necessary services (API for mobile applications, web panel) are available from the outside using SSL encryption. Database integrity is constantly monitored and sensitive data is cryptographically protected using the latest and most secure encryption methods. Access to servers is limited to selected employees and constantly monitored.

Mobile applications use the highest security standards offered by the target versions of operating systems that InnerWeb supports. For security reasons and the need to use advanced techniques and technologies, InnerWeb is a native application in both Android and iOS versions. All key solutions for the implementation of the application functionality have been developed by the InnerWeb development team, and the use of external libraries has been limited to the necessary minimum and none of them is a critical element of the system. All sensitive data in the Application are encrypted based on native mechanisms for the secure storage of cryptographic keys (for Android – Key Store and iOS – Secure Enclave).