Privacy Policy

In legal force since: March 30th, 2022

The current Privacy Policy explains what information about you the web design studio IQUADART gathers, how and for what purpose IQUADART makes use of it, to whom IQUADART discloses the data, how IQUADART protects your privacy.

1. Who gathers and/or processes your Personal Information?

The Personal Information is gathered and used by the DEEP Matter Ltd, a legal entity established under the laws of the Republic of Poland and registered at the address: 54/C Racławicka street, 30-017 Kraków, Republic of Poland.

2. What Personal Information about you is gathered by IQUADART?

The term ‘Personal Information’ in the current Privacy Policy means the information that is related to you and allows IQUADART to directly identify you (e.g., names, contact details) or indirectly identify you in combination with other information that IQUADART may hold (e.g., the information about how you use the website

The Personal Information you provide for IQUADART is processed and used in the way that is satisfactory only for the purposes that it was gathered for. IQUADART does not combine the Personal Information acquired for various purposes. By submitting the Personal Information on the website, you agree that IQUADART can use the data provided in accordance with the current Privacy Policy and/or any additional agreement between you and IQUADART.

IQUADART can gather and process the following types of information about you:

Information When it is gathered
Information that allows us to directly identify you

Your contact data: first names, last names, e-mails, phone numbers, Skype, and other contact details that may be included into the file you attach to the form.

When you submit the form Let's make something cool!

You provide IQUADART with the Personal Information by ticking the checkbox ‘I have read and agree to the terms of the Private Policy’ before submitting it.

Your messages in social networks addressed to IQUADART, your letters and e-mails sent to IQUADART.

When you contact IQUADART

Information that allows us to indirectly identify you in combination with other information

The data stored in the logs of the site server: IP-addresses, URL-pages, browser user-agent.

When you visit

Information that does not allow us to identify you

The cookies that are collected on the site

When you visit the site

3. For what purpose does IQUADART use the Personal Information about you?

IQUADART uses your Personal Information to interact with you: e.g., to discuss the details of the future project you would like to develop by using our services, to communicate with you while carrying out the project, etc.

We use the log data only for statistical evaluations for the purpose of operation, security and optimization of our website. However, we reserve the right to check the log data subsequently if, due to good reasons, the legitimate suspicion of unlawful use exists.

4. How long do we store your Personal Information?

IQUADART stores your Personal Information as long as it is required in order to achieve the goal for which the information was gathered.

5. How does IQUADART protect your Personal Information?

We tend to take appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect your Personal Information from any unauthorized or illegal processing and from unintentional loss, destruction or damage.

Your Personal Information is stored in secure networks and is accessible only to a limited number of people who are laid under an obligation to keep it in confidence. In addition, the information you introduce through the website, e.g., the information you send through the form Let's make something cool!, is encrypted with the Secure Socket Layer (SSL).

6. Your rights with regard to the Personal Information

You have the right to access your Personal Information processed by IQUADART in accordance with the current Policy.
If this is provided for by applicable law, you have the right to demand your Personal Information to be corrected, modified, transferred or removed.

You can exercise these rights by contacting us through: We will respond to you within fifteen calendar days since the receipt of your request.

If you have any questions about how IQUADART uses and protects your Personal Information, please, don’t hesitate to contact us by email:, Gleb Koipish.

7. Who else is authorized to access your Personal Information? To whom can it be transferred?

IQUADART can transfer the Personal Information to third parties:

  • any national and/or international regulatory body, law enforcement agencies, central or local executive authorities, other official or state authorities, or courts for which IQUADART is obligated to provide information in accordance with applicable law upon request;
  • to third parties, in case you have agreed in writing to the transfer of your Personal Information or the transfer of the Personal Information is required in order to implement a certain agreement or contract made with you.

8. Cookies

Cookies are small text files placed on the device that you use to access the website They contain the information that is gathered from your device and sent back to the site every next time you visit it in order to remember your actions after the time is expired.

The following types of cookies are used on

  • Strictly required cookies / technical cookies: these cookies are required to carry out the correct operation of the site They do not include any information that would allow us to identify you. E.g., we take advantage of the cookies that allow us to store the session identifier. This file is deleted from the user's device as soon as the user has closed the browser.
  • Third-party cookies. To analyze the behavior of users on the site, we employ such services as Google Analytics and Yandex.Metrica. These services help us to know how users interact with the pages of the site (e.g., we can find out how much time the users averagely spend on the site, from what sources they come to the site, what devices and browsers they make use of in order to view the site iquadart. com, etc.). Google Analytics and Yandex.Metrica services collect cookies. The information about your using the site generated by these cookies will be transferred and stored on Google Analytics and Yandex.Metrica servers. By employing Google Analytics and Yandex.Metrica, we do not gather any personally identifiable information.

    We use the Google Analytics service with the activated IP-address anonymization function. This means that Google reduces the site users’ IP-addresses before they are sent to Google (i.e., masking IP-addresses takes place). The full IP-address is transferred to the Google server in the US only in exceptional cases and is reduced there. The IP-address transferred by the browser is not linked to other data available at Google. We also make use of the IP-address masking function in Yandex.Metrics. Yandex.Metrica reduces the site users’ IP-addresses, and the system records an incomplete IP-address.

    The Yandex.Metrics function ‘WebVisor’ records the site visitors’ actions, including the contents of the form fields that the user fills in. At the same time, Yandex.Metrica identifies the fields in which the visitors can enter confidential information: e.g., their first and last names. The contents of these fields are automatically replaced with asterisks. However, we have additionally forbidden Yandex.Metrics to record the contents of all the fields of the forms placed on the site (the contents of all the form fields are replaced by asterisks).

Most web browsers accept cookies by default. However, you can choose not to use cookies by selecting the appropriate settings in your browser. You can find out how to do it by clicking on ‘Help’ in the menu of your browser.

You can also opt out of using cookies on the page.

If you do not want Google Analytics to gather the information about the sites you visit, you can also take advantage of the Google Analytics Blocker. If you do not want Yandex.Metrica to gather the information about the sites you visit, you can employ the tool at

9. Links to other websites

The website may place links to other websites that are neither owned and nor managed by IQUADART. Therefore, any information you provide for these websites will be subject to their own privacy policies and information gathering practices. IQUADART is not responsible and assumes no liability for information processing and/or policies of any independent websites.

10. Age Restrictions

The website is not targeted at the users under the age of 16. If you believe that IQUADART could have received any personal data from a person under 16, please, inform us by writing to:

11. Updating the Policy

From time to time, IQUADART may amend the Privacy Policy without notice. Any changes come into effect from the moment of being published on The current version of the Privacy Policy is always available at:  

12. Questions and Suggestions

IQUADART welcomes your questions and suggestions, related to the execution or modification of the current Policy. You can send your questions and suggestions to: We will send you our reply within fifteen calendar days since the receipt of your letter.