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The data Administrator is Dekpol S.A., with its seat in Pinczyn (83-251), ul. Gajowa 31, NIP: 592-21-37-980, REGON: 220341682 and / or its subsidiaries. Dekpol S.A. and / or its subsidiaries implemented the adequate technical and organisational means so as to ensure the level of security corresponding with the risk of infringement of the rights or freedoms of natural persons of various probability of their occurrence and the threat significance.
Depending on the carried out processing activities, the Administrator of the data, in accordance with Art. 6, processes the personal data on the basis of: a) binding legal regulations, b) concluded agreements, c) on the basis of a voluntary agreement of the person, whom the data relate to, d) justified interest of the Administrator.
Personal data may be processed in the following purposes: fulfilling of the legal obligations of the Administrator, execution of the agreements concluded with the contracting parties, for which the legal basis for processing is a voluntary consent of natural person for a specific purpose or for the purpose of fulfilling of the legally justified interests of the Administrator. Personal data may be disclosed to the public authorities or the entities performing public tasks or acting upon order of the public authorities, in the scope of and for the purposes that arise from the provisions of the generally binding law, as well as to other entities that on the basis of adequate agreements signed with the Administrator, process the personal data, among other: analytical services providers (for example Google Analytics), HR-accounting systems providers, the suppliers supporting management of client data base (for example switch board, CRM, etc.), suppliers of the services supporting marketing actions, hosting services providers. The personal data will be stored: throughout the period necessary to execute the purposes stipulated in point 4, and after the time during the period and in the scope required by the generally binding legal regulations. If the processing takes place on the basis of the consent of the person whom the data relate to, the personal data will be processed from the moment of their obtaining until withdrawal of the consent at any time (without influence on the compliance with the law of the processing that was conducted on the basis of the consent prior to its withdrawal), possibly until expressing of an objection to the processing. In relation with processing of your personal data you have the following rights: the right to access the personal data, including the right to obtain a copy of the data; the right to demand correction (amendment) of the personal data – in the case when the data are incorrect or incomplete; the right to demand deleting of the personal data (so called right to be forgotten), in the case when: the data are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected or in other way processed, the person whom the data relate to objected to processing of the personal data; the person whom the data relate to withdrew his/her consent for processing of the personal data that constituted the basis for processing of the data and there is no other legal basis for processing of the data, the personal data are processed incompliant with the law, the personal data have to be deleted in order to fulfil the obligation arising from the legal provisions; the right to demand limitation of processing of the personal data – in the case when: the person whom the data relate to questions correctness of the personal data, processing of the data is incompliant with the law, and the person whom the data relate to objects to deleting of the data, in exchange demanding their limitation, the Administrator does not need the data any more for its purposes but the person whom the data relate to needs them to determine, defend or make claims, the person whom the data relate to, filed an objection to processing of the data, until determining whether the legally justified bases at the side of the Administrator are superior to the basis of objection; the right to transfer the data – in the case when the following premises are met jointly: processing of the data takes place on the basis of an agreement concluded with the person whom the data relate to or on the basis of a consent expressed by the person, processing takes place in an automated way; the right to object to processing of data – in the case when the following premises are met jointly: there will occur reasons related with your specific situation, in the case of processing of data on the basis of the task performed in the public interest or in the framework of exerting of public authority by the Administrator, the processing is necessary for the purposes arising from legally justified interests executed by the Administrator or by a third party, except for situations, where the superior character towards the interests have the interests or fundamental rights and freedoms of the person whom the data relate to, requiring protection of the personal data, in particular when the person whom the data related to is a child.
In the case when processing of the personal data takes place on the basis of consent of the person for personal data processing (Art. 6 section 1 letter a) of GDPR): you have the right to withdraw of the consent at any time. The withdrawal has no influence on compliance of the processing that was conducted on the basis of the consent prior to its withdrawal, with the binding law. In the case of becoming aware of incompliant with the law processing of your personal data by the Administrator, you have the right to lodge a complaint to the supervision authority, competent in the personal data protection rights. In a situation, when processing of the personal data takes place on the basis of the consent of the person whom the data related to, providing of the personal data by you is voluntary. Providing by you of the personal data to the Administrator is obligatory in the situation, when the premise for personal data processing constitutes a legal regulation or an agreement has been concluded between the parties. Your data may be processed automatically and may be profiled.