1. WHO IS THE ADMINISTARTOR OF YOUR DATA?
The administrator of your personal data is Magnum Polska limited liability company with its registered office in Kielce at Skrajna Street number 59, Kielce, 25-650, contact details:
phone number +48 41 34 00 600, e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
2. FOR WHAT PURPOSE DO WE COLLECT YOUR DATA? WHAT KIND OF DATA DO WE COLLECT?
Cooperation with us may involve the necessary handling of your personal data. We keep the collected data strictly confidential and use it only for the purposes of which you have been informed.
If you would like to contact us via the online contact form, we will ask you to provide us your first and last name (possibly the name of your company), the telephone number and e-mail adress in order to facilitate getting back to you if it is needed.
When you use the Services, we gather and collect information such as: your IP address, request URL, domain name, device ID, browser type, browser language, number of clicks, the amount of time spent on individual pages, the date and time of using the Service, the type and version of the operating system, screen resolution, data collected in the server logs, and other similar information.
When you give us your data for the purpose of concluding a contract, we will process your data for the purpose of the conclusion of the contract and then for its implementation, if the contract is concluded.
When you contact us to perform various activities or to obtain information via the website, the telephone or the e-mail, we will once again require you to provide us with your personal information to confirm your identity and enable feedback. This applies to the same personal data that you have previously provided. However, due to the specificity of your request or your claim, we may have to collect some more data from you. Your submission of the above mentioned data is not mandatory, but it is necessary to undertake actions or to obtain information that interests you. The data mentioned above will be processed in order to carry out the activities you have requested or in order to give you the information you have asked for, depending on the situation taking place.
3. ON WHAT BASIS DO WE PROCESS YOUR DATA?
Whenever we ask you for your consent to the processing of your personal data, your consent will be the legal basis for us to processing your data.
We will process your data when it is necessary to conclude a contract to which you are a party or when it is necessary to take an action at your request, before entering into a contract.
In certain special situations, we have to process your data due to the need to fulfill our legal obligations. These will be situations in which we have to store your data e.g. data resulting from invoices issued for billing and tax purposes.
4. IS DATA PROVISION MANDATORY?
In the case of conclusion and performance of the contract, we only collect data without which the contract in question cannot be performed. Failure to provide the data necessary to conclude and perform the contract will make it impossible for us to fulfill or execute it.
This also applies to data that we have to collect due to our legal obligation (e.g. invoice data).
If we obtain your consent to the processing of your personal data, the consent is completely voluntary. If you do not agree to provide the consent to process your personal data, we will not be able to undertake any activities the consent relates to. You can withdraw your consent at any time. However, withdrawal of the consent does not affect the lawfulness of our processing of your personal data, which we made on the basis of the consent before its withdrawal.
5. WHO WILL ACCES YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
In some situations, we transfer your personal data to third parties. The recipients of your data are:
- our authorized employees and associates to whom, your personal data will be disclosed so that they can perform their duties;
- other recipients of the data – e.g. our subcontractors, banks, tax advisors, law firms;
- public authorities, including the Police, customs chamber, law enforcement authorities, in connection with their investigations.
6. THE DATA RETENTION PERIOD
The retention period is related to the purposes and grounds for processing. When we acquire the right from you (e.g. copyright or license), then we will process your data for the entire period during which we have the right to process it or use it.
In the remaining scope, except for the data from cookie files, we will process yours data until your consent is withdrawn, you object to it or until you request the removal of your data.
The information resulting from cookies will be stored in your end device’s browser for a period of 1 year. You can also delete them yourself at any time using your web browser settings.
After the specified periods of time, your personal data will be deleted or anonymized.
7. YOUR RIGHTS
In connection with our processing of your data, you have a number of rights:
- the right to request from us access to your personal data and the right to rectification, erasure (“the right to be forgotten”);
- the right to object for the reasons related to your particular situation if your personal data have been processed by us on the basis of a legitimate interest;
- the right to data portability processed in connection with the performance of the contract or on the basis of your consent and the right to limit data processing;
- if the processing of your personal data is based on your consent, you have the right to withdraw this consent at any time. Withdrawal of the consent does not however affect the lawfulness of our processing of your personal data, which we previously carried our based on the prior consent given before its withdrawal.
If you believe that our processing of your personal data violates the law, you can submit a complaint to the supervisory authority that deals with the protection of your personal data after May 25, 2018. In Poland, after May 25, 2018, it is the President of the Personal Data Protection Office.
We attach great care to the security of the personal data processing. We take appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect your data against unauthorized disclosure and access, against accidental or unlawful destruction and loss of data. However, no way of transmitting data via the Internet or any electronic or physical storage is completely safe.