Status as of July 2018

On the basis of this data protection declaration, we would like to inform all visitors to our website in a transparent manner about the type, scope and purpose of the personal data collected, used
and processed by us and to inform you of your rights.

As a rule, you can use our website without disclosing any personal data. However, if you would like to make use of our company’s services via our website, processing of your personal data may be necessary.

Data which is automatically collected when you visit our website, or data which you provide
when using our services are processed in accordance with the applicable statutory data protection provisions.

Insofar as the processing of your personal data is necessary and there is no statutory basis for such processing, we generally obtain the necessary consent for the processing.

Contact details of the unit responsible for data processing.

The responsible entity within the meaning of the Basic Data Protection Regulation (RODO) is:

Akte Sp. z o.o.

ul. Morasko 17

61-680 Poznań

The Inspector for Personal Data Protection representing the unit is:

Waldemar Konieczka

[email protected]

Collecting general access information.

Each time you open our website, Server Log File information is automatically collected and transmitted to us by your web browser. These include:

the IP address (Internet Protocol address) of the accessing computer;
the website through which you are visiting us (the address of the website from which you were linked)
the website you are visiting
the date and duration of your visit
the type of browser and its settings
operating system.
Please note that this data cannot be attributed to a specific person. We use the technical access data exclusively for the following purposes

improving the attractiveness and usability of our website
to identify technical problems with our website in a timely manner
for the correct delivery of the content of our website
and to make the information necessary for criminal prosecution in the event of a cyber attack available to law enforcement authorities.
This data is stored as a technical precaution for a maximum of 7 days to protect data processing systems from unauthorised access.

3 Collection and transmission of personal data.

We use your personal data only for the purposes indicated on this information page. The following masks exist on our website for the provision of collected personal data:

3.1 Contact fields on our website:

Making contact by e-mail or via the contact form
On our website, we offer you the opportunity to contact us by e-mail and/or via a contact form. If you contact us by e-mail or via the contact form, the personal data you provide will be automatically stored. Such personal data which you voluntarily submit to us is saved for the purpose of processing your enquiry or establishing contact with the person concerned. Personal data will not be forwarded to third parties.

4 Deletion, blocking and duration of storage of personal data.

We process and store your personal data only for the period which is necessary for the respective purpose of storage or as stipulated by the various retention periods provided by law. As soon as the purpose of storage has ceased to exist or the storage period stipulated by the legislator has expired, the personal data is – as a matter of routine and as required by law – blocked for further processing or is deleted.

5 Rights regarding the personal data of the data subject.

If you have questions about your personal data, you can contact us, at any time in writing. Under the RODO, you have the following rights:

5.1 Right to information (Article 15 RODO).

At any time, you have the right to be informed about which categories of personal data and which information concerning you we process and for what purpose, as well as how long and according to what criteria these data are stored and whether profiling is used in this connection.

Furthermore, you have the right to know to which recipients or categories of recipients the data have been disclosed or are still being disclosed, in particular to recipients in third countries or international organisations.
In this case, you also have the right to receive instructions on the relevant guarantees in connection with
in connection with the transfer of your personal data.

In addition to the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority and the right to obtain information as to the origin of your data, you have the right to erasure, correction, as well as the right to restrict processing or to object to the processing of your personal data.

In all the cases mentioned above, you have the right to request from the Data Controller a free copy of your personal data that we process. For all other copies that you request or that go beyond the person’s right to information, we are entitled to charge an appropriate administrative fee.

5.2 Right to rectification (Article 16 of the RODO).

You have the right to request immediate correction of personal data and, taking into account the purposes of the processing, the right to request the completion of incomplete personal data.

If you would like to exercise your right to rectification, you can contact our Data Protection Officer at any time to make the necessary corrections.

5.3 Right to erasure (Article 17 RODO).

You have the right to demand the immediate erasure of your data (“right to be forgotten”) in particular when data collection is no longer necessary, when you have revoked your consent to data processing, when your data is unlawfully processed or has been unlawfully collected and there is a legal obligation to erase the data under European Union or national law.

However, the right to be forgotten does not apply when there is a prevailing right to freedom of expression or freedom of information, data collection is necessary to comply with a legal obligation (e.g. storage obligations), erasure is not possible due to archiving obligations of AD or data collection serves the assertion, exercise or defence of legal claims.

5.4 Right to restriction (Article 18 RODO).

You have the right to request the restriction of the processing of your data by the entity responsible for the processing when you contest the accuracy of the data, the processing is unlawful, you refuse to erase your personal data and request the restriction of the processing instead, when the necessary purpose of the processing ceases to exist or you have objected to the processing in accordance with Article 21(1) as long as it has not yet been established whether the legitimate interests on our part outweigh your interests.

5.5 Right to data portability (Article 20 RODO).

You have the right to portability of your personal data that has been made available to our company in a commonly used form, in order to transfer it without prejudice to another responsible entity, if, for example, there is consent on your part and the processing is carried out by automated procedure.

5.6 Right to object (Article 21 RODO).

You have the right to object at any time to the collection, processing or use of your personal data for the purposes of direct solicitation or market and opinion research and general commercial processing, unless we can provide compelling and defensible evidence regarding the processing which outweighs your interests, rights and freedoms.

Furthermore, you may not exercise your right to object where a legal provision provides for or obliges the collection, processing and use of data.

5.7 Right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority (Article 77 RODO).

You have the right to lodge a complaint with the relevant supervisory authority if you believe that a breach has occurred in the processing of your personal data.

5.8 Right to withdraw your consent in relation to your data protection rights (Art. 7. 3 RODO).

You can revoke the consent you have given for the processing of your personal data at any time without giving reasons. This also applies to the revocation of declarations of consent given to us prior to the entry into force of the European Union Data Protection Regulation (RODO).

6 Legal basis for processing.

In the case of the processing of personal data, in connection with which we obtain the consent of the data subjects, the legal basis is Article 6.1a RODO.

In the case of the processing of personal data necessary for the performance of a contract to which the data subject is a party, the legal basis is Article 6(1b) of the RODO. This regulation also covers data processing events which are necessary for the performance of activities prior to the conclusion of the contract.

If the processing of personal data is necessary to comply with a legal obligation to which our company is subject, the legal basis is Article 6(1c) of the RODO.

If the processing is necessary to preserve a legitimate interest of our enterprise or of a third party, and if the interests, fundamental rights and freedoms of the data subject do not outweigh the interests listed first, then the legal basis for the processing is Article 6(1f) of the RODO. The legitimate interests of our company lie in the performance of our commercial activities and in the analysis, optimisation and preservation of the security of our online offering.

7 Transmission of data to third parties.

Transfers of data to third parties beyond the framework indicated in this data protection declaration shall only be made if this is necessary for the performance of the requested service.

We only pass on data if there is a corresponding legal obligation. This occurs when state entities (e.g. criminal prosecution authorities) request information in writing or there is a court order.

Your personal data is not passed on to so-called third countries outside the European Union/European Economic Area.

8. statutory or contractual provisions on the provision of personal data and possible consequences of not providing the data.

We hereby point out that the disclosure of personal data is in certain cases mandated by law
(e.g. tax regulations) or may be based on contractual regulations (e.g. contractual party data / contractual party data). For example, in order to enter into a contract, it may be necessary for the person/party to the contract to provide us with their personal data so that we can process their case. The obligation to provide personal data occurs primarily when concluding contracts. If in this situation personal data is not provided, the contract
with the person concerned cannot be concluded. Before a person provides personal data, he or she may contact our Data Protection Officer (DPO) or the Data Controller. The DPO or the person responsible for data processing shall inform the data subject that the provision of the personal data is required by law or by contract or is necessary for the conclusion of a contract and whether an obligation to provide the personal data arises from the data subject’s case or what consequences the failure to provide the requested data has for the data subject.

9. automated decision-making – profiling.

As a responsible enterprise, we do not use profiling of visitors to our website as part of our services and website.

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