§ 1

General provisions

  1. In fulfilment of its obligations under the provisions of the Act of 18 July 2002 on the provision of services by electronic means (Dz.U. z 2002, Nr 144, t.j. z 2020, poz. 344), the company Bytamic Solutions Spółka z o.o. establishes the regulations for the provision of services by electronic means.
  2. These Regulations (hereinafter referred to as the “Regulations”) set out:
    1. types and scope of services provided electronically;
    2. terms and conditions for the provision of services by electronic means;
    3. terms and conditions for the conclusion and termination of contracts for the provision of services by electronic means;
    4. the complaint procedure for the provision of electronic services.

§ 2


For the purposes of these Regulations, the terms contained below will have the following meanings:

  1. Service Provider – BYTAMIC SOLUTIONS spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością, a limited liability company with its registered office in Warsaw, Poland, NIP 5272962520, REGON 389300568: registered by the 14th Commercial Division – National Court Register of the Regional Court for the Capital City of Warsaw in Warsaw under no. 0000906988, with a share capital of PLN 5,000,
  2. Customer – anyone who uses the services or in any other lawful manner uses the websites provided by the Service Provider, in particular the service,
  3. website – a system of websites made available on the Internet server at the following address: bytamic.com constituting a collection of static and dynamic documents, including graphic files and other elements of the collection connected by mutual relations,
  4. service or services – electronically supplied services
  5. provision of services by electronic means – performance of services rendered without the simultaneous presence of the parties (at a distance), through the transmission of data at the individual request of the Service Recipient, transmitted and received by means of equipment for electronic processing, including digital compression, and storage of data, which is entirely transmitted, received or transmitted via a telecommunications network within the meaning of the Act of 16 July 2004. Telecommunications Law
  6. information and communication system – a set of cooperating IT devices and software, ensuring processing and storing, as well as sending and receiving data via telecommunication networks by means of a terminal device appropriate for a given type of network, within the meaning of the Act of 16 July 2004. Telecommunications Law
  7. means of electronic communication – technical solutions, including data communication devices and associated software tools, allowing individual communication at a distance using data transmission between ICT systems, in particular electronic mail.

§ 3

Types and scope of services

The service provider provides the following services electronically:

  1. Access to contact details, data related to the day-to-day operations of the Service Provider.
  2. Free access to information on the services offered.
  3. Free access to information on ongoing recruitment processes.
  4. Possibility of sending application documents to the Service Provider for employment or cooperation via the Careers tab

§ 4

Technical requirements necessary to work with the ICT system, used by the Service Provider

  1. In order to use the website correctly, access to the Internet and the installation of a web browser are required.
  2. Technical requirements for the use of the Service Provider’s website: a) computer, laptop or other multimedia device with access to the Internet with a web browser supporting HTML 5; b) access to electronic mail; c) inclusion in the web browser of the possibility of saving cookies and Javascript support.

§ 5

Terms of service, conclusion and termination of contracts for the provision of electronic services

  1. The use of the services by the Customer is subject to the terms and conditions indicated in this Regulations.
  2. The contract for the provision of services by electronic means is concluded as soon as the Customer starts using the service.
  3. It is forbidden for the Customer to provide unlawful content or to take actions that may cause disruption or damage to the site. If the Service Provider receives confirmed information about the unlawful nature of the stored data provided by the Customer, the Service Provider may prevent access to such data. The Service Provider shall not be liable to the Customer for damages resulting from the prevention of access to data with unlawful content.
  4. The Customer may terminate the use of the respective service at any time. If the Customer leaves the service, the contract for the provision of services by electronic means shall automatically terminate without the need for any additional declaration by the parties.
  5. Up-to-date information on the function and purpose of the software or data not forming part of the content of the Service, entered into the ICT system used by the Customer (cookies), is contained in the “Data Protection Policy”, posted on the Service. Disabling cookies does not usually block the possibility to use the Services, but may in special cases cause difficulties in connection with the Service. In such a case, the Service Provider shall not be liable for any damage resulting from the lack of active cookies by the Customer.
  6. The Service Provider shall not be liable for service interruptions resulting from failures or cases of malfunction of ICT systems beyond the Service Provider’s control.
  7. The rules for the processing of personal data in ICT networks are set out in the “Data Protection Policy”, which is posted on the website.

§ 6

Specific risks associated with the use of an electronically supplied service

  1. In fulfilment of its obligation under Article 6(1) of the Act of 18 July 2002 on the provision of services by electronic means, the Service Provider informs that the use of the services is connected with the transmission of data via the public Internet network and is therefore subject to the risks characteristic of the Internet.
  2. The use of electronically provided services involves the risk of the computer system being infected by unwanted software, including software whose sole purpose is to cause damage.
  3. In order to avoid the risks associated with unwanted infection of the computer system, it is recommended that anti-virus software be installed on the computer used by the Customer. It is recommended that the anti-virus software is constantly updated, as soon as installable updates are released. In addition, it is recommended that the Customer has a firewall running on his/her computer.
  4. In addition to the risks resulting from an infected IT system, hacker attacks are among the possible threats. The Service Provider declares that it has safeguards in place to prevent or significantly impede hacking into the Service Provider’s system.

§ 7

Complaint procedure for the provision of electronic services

  1. Service recipients have the right to lodge complaints on matters concerning the services provided.
  2. Complaints must be submitted within 7 days from the date of the problem giving rise to the complaint by e-mail to: office@bytamic.com or in writing, by registered letter to the Service Provider’s registered office address indicated in § 2 item. 1) of the Regulations .
  3. Each complaint should contain a brief description of the problem giving rise to the complaint, the date and time of its occurrence and the identification of the Customer (including his/her first name, surname, correspondence address or e-mail address).
  4. The Service Provider shall notify the complainant of the outcome of the complaint immediately, but no later than within 30 days of receipt, by e-mail to the e-mail address provided in the notification of the complaint or in writing if the Customer so requests.

§ 8

Final provisions

  1. The use of the website bytamic.com as well as any of the services is only possible if the Terms and Conditions are accepted. The Customer declares that he/she has read the Terms and Conditions and accepts them in their entirety.
  2. The service provider has the right to block access to the service or parts of the service for valid reasons, including in particular in the event of irregularities in the use of the service or the occurrence of circumstances that could expose the client or the service provider to harm.
  3. The Service Provider is entitled to make changes to the data contained within the service, to change the technical parameters of the service, to temporarily or permanently limit the availability of the service or to withdraw the service altogether, of which it shall inform the Service Provider by posting relevant information within the pages of the service.
  4. In matters not regulated herein, the provisions of Polish law, including the Act of 23 April 1964. – Civil Code and the Act of 18 July 2002 on provision of services by electronic means, as well as other applicable laws. The provisions of the Terms and Conditions do not exclude the application of mandatory provisions of the law regulating consumer rights.
  5. The website bytamic.com contains content protected by copyright, industrial property rights and intangible assets protected by intellectual property rights. None of this content, in particular text, graphics, trademarks, logos, icons, images, software, presented on the website may be reproduced or distributed in any form or by any means without prior permission. The user undertakes to use the content of the website exclusively for his/her own permitted use.
  6. The Regulations are made available free of charge on the website bytamic.com in a manner that enables each Customer to obtain, reproduce, record and print them.