1.1. We respect the right to privacy and we care about data security. Data protection is carried out in accordance with the requirements of generally applicable laws, in particular the GDPR. Data is stored on secure servers, computers, mobile devices and in secure rooms. We have implemented appropriate technical and organizational safeguards, introduced and use appropriate procedures, policies and instructions to enable the proper functioning of the data processing. We train our staff in the field of data protection, we also control and verify the data protection system in our company.
“We” – means the Personal Data Controller referred to in 2.1;
“You” – means you, the natural person whose data is processed by us;
“Data” – means personal data;
“Customers” – means those who purchase goods and services included in our commercial offer;
“Contractors” – means entities providing goods and services to us;
“GDPR” – means Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and the repeal of Directive 95/46 / EC.
2. PERSONAL DATA CONTROLLER
2.1. The Personal Data Controller is PCC Synteza S.A. with headquarters in Kędzierzyn – Koźle at 15 Szkolnej Street, entered into the Register of Entrepreneurs of the National Court Register kept by the District Court in Opole under KRS number 0000089685, NIP 749-18-88-664, REGON: 531686911.
2.2. In matters of protecting your data and exercising your rights, you can contact us by e-mail: , telephone: 77 4051110 or by sending a letter to the address indicated in 2.1.
3. OBJECTIVES, LEGAL BASIS FOR DATA PROCESSING, DATA RETENTION PERIOD, TRANSFER OF DATA TO THIRD COUNTRIES OR INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
3.1. Parameters such as: purposes of data processing, legal grounds for data processing, data retention period, transfer of data to third countries or international organizations – for individual categories of persons, are indicated in the tabs to which the following references lead.
3.2. If the data processing is based on the legitimate interest of the Personal Data Controller, we try to analyse and balance our interest and the potential impact on the data subject (positive and negative) and the rights of that person under data protection law. We do not process data if the impact on the data subject outweighs our interests (unless we have the appropriate consent or the law requires or permits it).
3.3. We have also prepared for you the information about the parameters listed in 3.1. To view it, click on the category that applies to you. The list of categories can be found below:
4. PERSONS TO WHOM DATA IS SUBMITTED
Recipients of your personal data may be competent Tax Offices and other law enforcement bodies, regulatory authorities and other government authorities or third parties, if required by applicable law (the transfer of data will take place in accordance with these provisions). In addition, your data is submitted to entities entrusted with the provision of legal services, to our auditors, entities involved in the delivery or service of our IT system or provide us with other IT services, entities responsible for controlling entries and exits to our area, as well as entities that destroy data carriers on the basis of contracts concluded with us and providing us with other services or goods that support our business.
5. YOUR RIGHTS
5.1. You have:
5.1.1. The right to access your data and receive a copy.
5.1.2. The right to rectify (correct) your data.
5.1.3. The right to delete data.
If you feel there is no reason to process your data, you can request that we remove it. This law may not be enforceable if the processing of data by us is compulsory or we have a different basis for processing it than your consent.
5.1.4. The right to limit data processing
You can request that we limit the processing of your personal data only to its storage or to perform actions agreed upon with you, if in your opinion the data is incorrect or we process it unjustifiably; you do not want us to remove it, because it is needed for determination, investigation or defence of claims; or for the duration of your opposition to data processing. This law may not be enforced if the processing of data by us is compulsory (that is, legally required) or we have a different basis for processing it than your consent.
5.1.5. The right to object to data processing.
Individuals have the right to limit the processing or object to the processing of their data at any time, due to their special situation, unless the processing is required by law. In this case, we will not process the data further or we will limit processing as long as we are able to demonstrate a legitimate basis for processing or establishing, exercising or defending our rights.
5.1.6. The right to data transfer:
You have the right to receive from us in a structured, commonly used machine-readable format (“.csv” format), personal data about you that you provided to us on the basis of a contract or your consent, or you may have us send this data directly to another entity. This law may not be enforceable if the processing of data by us is compulsory or we have a different basis for processing it than your consent or contract, and also if your data is processed only in paper form.
5.1.7. The right to lodge a complaint.
The protection of your data is our priority. However, if you feel that we are processing your data unlawfully and you want to file a complaint about the use of your data by us, please send an email with details of the complaint to the e-mail address indicated in 2.2. Any complaints received will be reviewed and we will respond to them. You can file a complaint to the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection (formerly Inspector General for Personal Data Protection, 2 Stawki Street, 00-193 Warsaw).
5.1.8. The right to withdraw consent to data processing.
At any time, you have the right to withdraw your consent to the processing of personal data, which we process on the basis of your consent. Withdrawal of consent will not affect the lawfulness of the processing which had been carried out on the basis of your consent prior to its withdrawal. This law may not be enforceable if the processing of data by us is compulsory or we have a different basis for processing it than your consent.
5.2. In order to exercise your rights, please send a request to the e-mail address indicated in 2.2., call the number indicated in 2.2. or report to the address indicated in 2.1. The application form is available here: APPLICATION FORM
5.3. Remember that before exercising your rights, we will have to confirm your identity – that is, identify you accordingly.
6. DATA PROFILING
Your data is not profiled by us. Profiling, according to GDPR, means the form of automated data processing, which consists in the use of data to assess some of the natural person’s personal factors, in particular to analyse or forecast aspects of the effects of this individual’s work, his/her economic situation, health, personal preferences, interests, credibility, behaviour, location or movement.
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1. Google Analytics – a service that enables data to be collected for the purpose of analysing website visit statistics. Detailed information on how data is processed by Google Analytics can be found on the website: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245?hl=en. The User can prevent the collection of their data by installing the following browser add-on that blocks the transfer of data to Google Analytics: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en.