Website Privacy Policy

Browsing Statistics of the Website

The data processor continually updates the information on the website. To identify the most relevant type of information and its source, the data processor uses the tool Google Analytics, which allows for the recording and analysis of how visitors use the website.

The server hosting the Masters Court website may record queries made to your server (web address you open, the browser and device you use, IP address, access time). This data is used only for technical purposes – to ensure the proper functioning and security of the website and to investigate potential security incidents.


If you give consent for data processing or provide contact information in any other way, the data processor has the right to send notifications, newsletters, and legal notices that may be of interest to you.

Profile Compilation

The data processor may use statistical data of website visitors to analyze associated trends and demographics, but Masters Court does not create individual profiles for visitors. Access to the statistical data of website visitors is available to the marketing and IT departments of Masters Court, including collaborating partners who provide internal management tools or host the website and are responsible for the analysis and enhancement of website data.

The tool Google Analytics is provided by Google Inc (an American company), which has access to the statistical data collected by this tool. Google Inc has joined the EU-US Privacy Shield framework’s principles and is listed in the EU-US Privacy Shield list, ensuring that the provided service complies with the privacy standards required by the European Union. The service provider is also subject to contractual obligations aimed at ensuring privacy, which can be reviewed here.

Data Retention Period

Masters Court retains the collected statistical data for analysis for up to three years.

Consumer Rights and Complaint Resolution

You can contact Masters Court via email at Customers have the right to request access to their personal data, its correction, deletion, or withdrawal of consent if applicable. If a customer believes that their privacy rights have been violated, they can submit a complaint to the general email, and the matter will be resolved within 10 working days.