The Service Agreement
User Account and Promo Codes
The Rights and Obligations of the Provider
Termination of the customer account Agreement
User Generated Content
Customer account withdrawal
The content of our website and our mobile app as well as the design of our products are all (and will remain) copyright protected. We do not transfer or grant consent for the use of our copyright protected work.
6.1. The Products and the Service (including any part of the Service and virtual visualizations of the Products) may:
a) constitute a work (in Polish: “utwór”) within the meaning of the Copyright Act and be subject to the protection provided therein,
b) be subject to the protection provided in the Industrial Property Law.
All rights to the Products and the Service (including any part of the Service and augmented reality visualizations of the Products) arising out of the provisions of the Copyright Act and the Industrial Property Law are vested exclusively with the Provider.
6.2. It is not the intention of the Provider for the use of the Service (including the conclusion of the Agreement or the Purchase Agreement) to lead to:
a) the acquisition by the User of any copyright, including, in particular, copyright to the Product or the Service (including any part of the Service and augmented reality visualizations of the Products),
b) the acquisition by the User of any rights or privileges (such as patents, protection rights for industrial design, the right of registration of industrial designs) provided in the Industrial Property Law,
c) obtaining by the User of the consent referred to in art. 2 sec. 2 of the Copyright Act.
6.3. Notwithstanding sec. 6.1 and sec. 6.2 above, whenever the User acquires any rights referred to in sec. 6.2 pts. a) and b) as a result of using the Service, the User hereby grants the Provider with a non-exclusive, worldwide license to use the Product or the Service (or any part thereof) to which these rights were acquired on all fields of exploitation referred to in art. 50 of the Copyright Act, that is: (i) to fix and reproduce the Product or the Service (or any part thereof) by, among other, producing its copies in a specific technique, including carpentry, printing, reprographic, magnetic recording or any digital technique, including on any memory drives, (ii) to circulate the originals or the copies of the Product or the Service (or any part thereof), as well as, to lend or rent them, (iii) to publicly perform, exhibit, screen, retransmit, broadcast and rebroadcast the Product or the Service (or any part thereof), as well as, to make them available to the public in a manner allowing anyone to access them in a place and at a time of their choosing (in particular via the Internet, on any device or data carrier, as well as, via any user interface). The license referred to in this sec. 6.3 is granted for the period of 20 years.