Privacy policy - Iluzjonista Warszawa Konrad Modzelewski, pokazy iluzji dla dzieci, szkoły, przedszkola

Privacy policy

What kind of data do you process, Konrad?

The data I collect is:

  • first name and last name
  • phone number
  • email adress
  • shoe size

And that’s only if you use the contact form. I do not trade data and never pass it on to third parties.

Additionally, I can process data sent by your browser including, but not limited to: IP address, browser version or operating system.

How can I access, correct or delete my data?

All you have to do is contact me. My e-mail address is available on the Contact page. Before I can do what you ask me to do, I will have to verify you. It’s for your safety.

Legal basis

I process data for legally justified purposes, in a way that does not infringe upon your privacy. Details below.

Contact form

I process this data to contact you. Plain and simple.

Server logs

Like many website operators, I automatically collect information that your browser sends each time you visit my site. This data may include information such as: your computer’s IP address, browser type, browser version, subpages of the visited website, time and date of the visit, time spent on these websites and other statistics. The data is processed to ensure the security of the systems.

The server logs are used by an automated system to prevent abuse and are shared with hosting service providers.


I automatically collect information sent by the browser each time you visit my website. This data may include information such as the browser type, browser version, subpages of the visited website, time and date of the visit, time spent on these pages and other statistics

The data is anonymous and aggregated. More information on this can be found in the Cookies policy below.

Cookies policy

My website uses cookies, as almost all websites do. Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer or phone while you are browsing the web. They are helping me to:

  • make the website work as expected
  • remember your settings between visits
  • improve website speed and security
  • improve the efficiency of my marketing struggles

My own cookies

I only set a cookie that remembers if you have agreed to the setting of cookies.

Third party cookies

Anonymous cookies that provide visit statistics

I use cookies to create visit statistics such as the number of people who visited my website, what type of technology they use (such as Mac or Windows), how much time they spend on the website, what pages they look at etc. This helps me to constantly improve my website. These so-called “analytics services” also let me know how the users got to this site (eg with a search engine) and if they had been here before. Here’s what I’m using:

Google Analytics
Google may use the collected data for its own advertising purposes. Here you can manage your settings or opt out of Google Analytics tracking using this official tool. Read more in their privacy policy and details on the use of Google Analytics cookies.

Functionality provided by third parties

I have no control over cookies set by websites that provide functionality through embedded frames. It is safe to assume that such companies track the number and behavior of users, including information that links your visits to our site with your other accounts to which you are logged in. These cookies do not identify you personally if you are not logged in, but can provide data that can later be used by these third parties or other parties they work with for their own purposes such as targeted advertising or analytics. At the moment, the only such functionality on my website are YouTube videos. Learn more.

How to disable cookies?

Instead of repeating what everyone has already described in such detail, I will simply give you this link.