Privacy and Cookies Policy

    Personal Data Protection

    Your privacy is very important to Revolgy Business Solutions a.s., a company established and existing under the laws of the Czech Republic, Id. No.: 250 82 159, with its registered office at Klimentská 1246/1, Prague 1, Postal Code 110 00, registered in the Commercial Register kept by the Municipal Court in Prague, File No. C 48026 (referred to herein as “Revolgy”, “Provider”), the owner and operator of the website located at (the “Site”). Revolgy will comply with the terms of the applicable personal data protection legislation when processing your personal information.This Privacy Policy stipulates terms for processing of personal data in contracts between Revolgy and its customers and personal data processed via the Site.

    1. Personal data protection. This Privacy Policy only applies to personal data collected through the Site operated by Revolgy or by third parties acting on its behalf and with connection with the performance of a Contract. The purpose of this Privacy Policy is to enable you to understand how Revolgy collects, stores, uses and safeguards your personal information and to understand your rights in relation to that information. The Provider shall protect the personal data as much as possible by means of advanced technologies corresponding to the level of technology development. The Provider declares that it has taken all possible measures to protect the data against unauthorized interferences of third persons. However, the Provider is not responsible for possible unauthorized interferences of third persons through which those persons get unauthorized access to the Client’s and individual users’ personal data, and will use, utilize or misuse the data, or make them available to third persons. The Client declares that is aware of risks resulting for the Client from the above-mentioned unauthorized interferences of third persons.

    2. Restriction on handling the data. The Provider will not, without the Client’s prior consent, process, share, sell or use the provided personal data in such a way that would contradict these Conditions or the Contract.

    3. Personal data processing. If personal data are handed over to the Provider in connection with the Contract, the Client understands that the Provider is entitled to process and gather the personal data for its own needs (i.e. for the purpose of providing services under the Contract), and for statistical purposes.

    4. Legal title. The Provider’s use of the Client’s personal data is necessary for the performance of the Contract based on which the Provider provides service to the Client or the Client’s personal data is processed under the legal title of legitimate interest of the Provider to conduct its business activities.

    5. What personal data the Provider collects. The Provider collects very limited personal data from the Client on its website. Specifically, the Provider collects the Client’s [name, email address, location, company name, time on the page by default and voluntarily name, telephone number] for the purpose of direct marketing.

    6. Client’s data processing. If personal data are handed over to the Provider under the Contract, by concluding the Contract the Client acknowledges processing of personal data under 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) based on the Contract with the Provider as the controller for the purpose of meeting its obligations under the Contract.

    7. Term of the data processing. The Client’s personal data will be stored and processed for the period of 10 (ten) years, or rather until full settlement of the rights and obligations resulting from the Use of Services unless requested by the Client to be deleted. This does not affect the Provider’s obligation to process the personal data during the period determined in relevant legal regulations or in accordance with them.

    8. Personal data processing by Third Parties. The Provider does not take any responsibility for processing the personal data included by the Client or on its behalf in the Third-Party Services. All personal data processing arranged by the Client through the Third-Party Services, if this occurs under the Contract, abides by the conditions for personal data processing of the relevant Third Party. The Client is obliged, prior to providing the personal data, to acquaint itself in time with the conditions for personal data processing of Third Parties, and assign the identical obligation to all users of the Services within the Client’s domain.

    9. Who receives your information? The Provider may share the Client’s information with service providers and business partners around the world with whom the Provider collaborates to fulfil the above purposes (e.g. fulfilment services, technical support, external consultants and external counsels). The Provider may also share the Client’s information with other Revolgy affiliates and subsidiaries. The sharing of your personal data may involve transfers to other countries. Revolgy will put in place safeguards to adequately protect your personal data in connection with such transfers.

    10. Your rights in relation to your information. In accordance with the applicable personal data protection legislation, the Client is entitled to:

    a. request to have access to personal data and their possible correction or deletion,

    b. at any time to request information regarding the processing of personal data in the legal scope,

    c. object to processing or to demand restrictions on the processing of personal data,

    d. not be the subject of any decision based solely on automated processing, including profiling, which would have legal effects for or would have a significant impact on you.

    If the Client has any cause for complaint about Revolgy use of your personal data, please contact Revolgy using the details provided in section 8 and we will do our best to solve the problem for you. If we are unable to help, you also have the right to submit a complaint with the data protection authority in the country of your residence.

    11. Access to personal data within the Provider’s Own Services and Third-Party Services. The Client is fully responsible for arranging the setting of access to the data entered by the Client when using the Provider’s Own Services and Third-Party Services.

    12. Confidential information protection. The Contractual Parties are obliged to maintain confidentiality regarding all facts they get to know in connection with performing the Contract, regardless of the form in which such information is made available to the other party, if any of the Contracting Parties marks it as confidential, or if it is possible to assume, by law or by the character of the information, that the Party which made the information available is interested in its secrecy (confidential information). The same protection applies to information of a business character, e.g. prices, conditions for performance, existence of the contractual relation between the Provider and Client, contents of the Contract itself, the Provider’s marketing or business information not intended for the public. However, the protection does not apply to information publicly known at the time of its provision, or information that became known without breaking the confidentiality obligation under the Contract, or information which the Provider handed over to a Third Party for the purpose of meeting the obligations under the Contract.

    For questions or to exercise your rights, please contact Revolgy at: Klimentská 1246/1, Prague 1, Postal Code 11000 or at email address:


    Cookies Policy

    1. General information on cookies. Please be advised that by visiting our websites and through this document you are being informed on all cookies we use. Can choose via your browser to accept or disagree with the cookies being used. Please note that your consent with some cookies we use is not necessary.

    2. What is cookie? A cookie is a small text file that stores Internet settings. Today, most websites use cookies to record information about your activity, making it easier and more productive for your next visit (for example, by recording your preferred language, selecting relevant ad content, tracking website traffic, or other settings). Cookies are stored in your browser, where you can view and manage individual cookies.

    3. What kinds of cookies exist and what are they for? Cookies may be distinguished by their function and purpose:

    a) technical cookies - provide basic technical functionality of websites, i.e. login, use of services etc.

    - Essential cookies, or vital cookies, provide functions without which the website could not be used properly. Our use of these cookies does not require your consent and cannot be turned off directly on the website. However, you can turn them off at any time in your browser settings.

    - Performance cookies collect information about how you use our website, such as what information you read most often or whether you received any error message. These cookies are used to improve website performance and improve your user experience. These cookies cannot collect information that identifies the user. The information collected is aggregated and therefore anonymous.

    - Functional cookies are used to store your preferences and settings when you visit websites (such as setting your username, preferred language, text size, etc.). These cookies collect anonymous information and cannot track your movement on other websites.


    b) cookies for marketing purposes are used in order to offer you advertising that is relevant to you, but also to prevent you from showing the same advertising offers over and over again, or to enable you to share interesting content from our websites through social media. These cookies remember whether you have visited the website and can share this information with third parties.


    Cookies can also be divided into:

      a) short-term cookies that are deleted from your browser after you close the browser;
      b) long-term cookies that are stored in your browser and will only be deleted after some time (within days, months but also years).

    We further distinguish categories of cookies according to their author:

      a) first-party cookies that are created directly by our website and are mostly necessary for their proper functioning; or
      b) third-party cookies that are linked to another operator's website and are mostly used for advertising purposes or analyzing the use of the website.

    4. What information do the cookies track about you? By using cookies on our website, we record information that may include: 1) IP address, 2) unique cookie identifier, cookie information and whether your device has software enabling access to certain features, 3) unique device identifier and type of the device, 4) domain, browser type and browser language, 5) operating system and system settings, 6) country and time zone, 7) previously visited website, 8) information about your interaction with our website, such as clicks and preference, 9) access time.

    5. Which particular cookies do we use at our website? We and our partners use cookies and similar technologies to analyze trends and provide certain site features. You can control the use of cookies at the browser level. If some ads appear on our site, they may be delivered to you by advertising partners who may set cookies. These cookies allow the ad server to recognize your computer each time they send you an online advertisement to compile information about you or others who use your computer. This information allows ad networks to, among other things, deliver targeted advertisements that they believe will be of most interest to you.

    6. How can you manage cookies? You can set cookies by using your browser. You can always delete already saved cookies. Furthermore, depending on the browser used, it is possible to restrict the use of cookies for a particular website, limit their storage or set the forced deletion of all cookies after closing the browser.
    For more information about each browser and its settings, see the links below:

    7. Use of Google Analytics. This website uses Google Analytics provided by Google, Inc. ("Google") and its cookies. Google will use this information for the purpose of evaluating the use of the website and generating activity reports for our operators, and for providing other services related to the activities at Google may also provide this information to third parties if required by law or if such third parties process the information on behalf of Google.

    8. Privacy and Cookies Policy Update. We have made every effort to ensure that the information contained in this Privacy and Cookies Policy is up to date and includes a full list of all cookies that we use on This policy will be updated as our website develops, but there may be times when the list of cookies used is incomplete or outdated. If you require confirmation of cookies that we use on a certain date, do not hesitate to contact us in the “Contact us” section.