The personal data Administrator is Kancelaria Prawna Jarzyński & Wspólnicy Spółka komandytowa seated in Poznan, Stary Rynek 81, 61-772 Poznan, entered into the Register of Entrepreneurs kept by the District Court for Poznań – Nowe Miasto i Wilda, 8th Commercial Division of the National Court Register, under KRS number 0000804863 (hereinafter referred to as: Kancelaria).
Personal data collected by Kancelaria – the Administrator of the Internet Service are processed under the regulations on personal data protection, including the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of April 27, 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/WE (General Data Protection Regulation) (Official Journal of the European Union L 119, p. 1) [hereinafter referred to as: GDPR] and Polish regulations concerning GDPR, including the Act of May 10 2018 on the protection of personal data.
Who is the administrator of your personal data and how can you contact Kancelaria?
The Administrator of personal data is Kancelaria Prawna Jarzyński & Wspólnicy Spółka komandytowa seated in Poznan, Stary Rynek 81, 61-772 Poznan, entered into the Register of Entrepreneurs kept by the District Court for Poznań – Nowe Miasto i Wilda, 8th Commercial Division of the National Court Register, under KRS number 0000804863.
If you have any questions concerning processing of your personal data or your rights you are welcomed to contact Kancelaria directly via email at email@example.com or by writing to the above mentioned address.
What data do we process and what for?
The personal data Administrator processes your data for the following purposes and extent:
- we process your name, surname/company name, business, email and telephone number to undertake actions necessary before concluding an agreement upon you request, to respond to the requests sent to us via our contact form or chat, to respond to your message or to resolve any issue you reported;
- we process your name, surname/company name, address, PESEL number, e-mail and telephone number to execute the agreement;
- we may process personal data that you provided and other necessary data to prove the claim or the data which are required by the law to establish, investigate and satisfy claims and to protect from claims in court proceedings and enforcement authorities;
- we process your personal data provided in the contact form, i.e. your name, surname/company name, business, e-mail and telephone number to consider your complaints, comments and requests as well as to respond to questions;
- we process your personal data provided for contact or newsletter subscription purposes, i.e. your name, surname, e-mail for marketing purposes or to send information of legal nature and on pursuing the profession, as well as to be in contact;
- we may process your name, surname, image and other data publically available on your social media profile to run the social media profile of Kancelaria, contact you via social media, send you marketing information about the services provided by Kancelaria, or information of legal nature and on pursuing the profession as well as to be in contact.
What are the legal basis for processing data?
The legal basis of processing your data include:
- Art. 6 (1a) GDPR (the user’s consent) if the users consents to receiving from us marketing information;
- Art. 6 (1b) GDPR (agreement) to execute agreements you concluded, including organization of workshops, cooperation with suppliers and other entities collaborating with Kancelaria;
- Art. 6 (1f) GDPR (legitimate interest of undertakings) to provide you with services, respond to your questions, promote Kancelaria’s services, send information of legal nature and on pursuing the profession as well as to stay in contact to inform you about the events we organize or the events we participate in and about the Kancelaria’s activities (e.g. via newsletter), as well as for analytical and statistical purposes, to assure information security related to the Internet Service, and in case of using cookies, to improve the security and functionality of the Internet Service as well as activities aimed at using social media, i.e. promoting Kancelaria’s activities, and to reply to questions sent via social media.
How long are we going to store your data?
To specify a proper period of personal data retention, we take into account the amount and character of processed data, including the nature of the data of a particular category. Also, we take into consideration a potential risk of the unauthorized use or disclosure of your personal data, the possibility to achieve the purpose of data processing by other measures and the regulations referring to personal data processing. Your personal data are stored for the entire period of benefiting from the services guaranteed by Kancelaria to provide these services as well as for marketing purposes if you consented to it. After you cease to receive the services provided by Kancelaria, we may store your personal data to the extent and period necessary to fulfill our regulatory duties or legitimate interest of undertakings made by Kancelaria and other Users (e.g. to fight abuse).
Who do we share your personal data with?
The recipients of your personal data may be, in particular, entities directly or indirectly related with Kancelaria, especially organizationally or personally, and also external service providers (e.g. entities specializing in website hosting, entities providing IT services, entities providing data storing, postal, payment, insurance, marketing and promotion services, other entities processing data on behalf of Kancelaria on the basis of the entrustment agreement of personal data processing), accountants, authorized auditors and auditors, lawyers, administration bodies, governmental services and courts.
Since we use social media, your personal data may be transferred to the owners of such social media as Facebook, LinkedIn or YouTube.
Your personal data are processed in the headquarters of Kancelaria. The suppliers cooperating with Kancelaria – the Administrator of Internet Service – are mainly seated in Poland and other countries of the European Economic Area (hereinafter referred to as: EEA). Some suppliers are seated outside the EEA. In case of transferring your personal data to third countries located beyond the EEA, Kancelaria shall apply proper instruments to assure protection of your personal data.
Due to the cooperation with our suppliers and other legal offices, Kancelaria may entrust processing of your personal data to the above mentioned entities. In each case these entities will be obliged to maintain confidentiality of your personal data and to process them pursuant to the regulations on the protection of personal data.
What are your rights?
Processing of your personal data takes place on a voluntary basis, however depending on the circumstances, failure to supply the data or the request to delete them may unable Kancelaria, e.g. to contact you, send information about different events and activities conducted by Kancelaria, or provide services.
The right of access to personal data
The right of access to your personal data enables you to receive information if we process your personal data, and if yes, the right to receive a copy of these personal data which are processed by Kancelaria. The right of access to your personal data enables you to verify if Kancelaria processes them legally.
The right of rectifying your personal data
The right to rectify your personal data guarantees the possibility to request the correction of incomplete, untrue and outdated data, which Kancelaria processes. In some cases, while processing your request, Kancelaria will have to verify the correctness of the new data which you submit to Kancelaria.
The right to have the processing of personal data restricted
The right to have the processing of personal data restricted allows you to request Kancelaria to withhold processing of your personal data in the following situations:
- if you want us to verify the accuracy of the data;
- if our processing is illegal;
- if you need the data to establish, recover or protect claims in spite of the fact that Kancelaria does not need your data for its own processing purposes;
- if you objected to processing your data by Kancelaria, but we have to verify if Kancelaria still has the superior and legitimate basis to continue processing your personal data.
The right to object to data processing
The right to object to personal data processing may be applied if Kancelaria processes your data on the basis of legitimate interest undertakings (made by Kancelaria or third parties). The objection may be made due to peculiar circumstances when, in your opinion, processing of your data impacts your rights or freedom. You also have the right to object if Kancelaria processes you data for direct marketing purposes. In some cases, we can demonstrate that Kancelaria has legal basis to process data which are superior towards your rights and freedom (e.g. the necessity to assure security of the Internet Service and fight fraud). In such cases the right to objection does not mean removing your personal data.
The right to transfer your personal data
In case of transferring your personal data, Kancelaria will submit directly to you or to any third party you appoint your personal data in a structured, commonly used, machine readable format. Remember, you have this right only with reference to the data processed due to the given consent or the circumstances to execute the agreement you concluded with Kancelaria, and processing alone takes place automatically (in IT systems).
If you have given Kancelaria your consent to process your personal data, you have the right to withdraw it at any moment. The consent withdrawal does not influence the compatibility with the right to process data which was made on the basis of the consent before its withdrawal.
If you think that processing of your personal data infringes GDPR regulations, you have the right to make a complaint before the supervisory board, which is the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection (Pol. PUODO).
Will automated decisions-making take place during data processing?
During processing data decisions are not taken automatically, which will be legally effective to you or in any other way.