Kancelaria Prawna Norek i Wspólnicy sp.k with its registered office in Poznań (61-842), ul. Za Bramką 1 is the data controller responsible for personal data.
We process users’ personal data pursuant to legal requirements, in particular with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 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/EC (General Data Protection Regulation).
A person submitting personal data of a third person, declares every time that he or she has an appropriate consent of that third person to submit their data to the data controller.
Personal data is processed by the data controller in order to:
- send a newsletter, which includes commercial information, based on the user’s consent (Article 6(1) lit. a GDPR); in this case only e-mail addresses are processed;
- answer questions asked by users, using data submitted on the website (Art. 6(1) lit. b GDPR);
- carry out a recruitment process, in case of submitting applications online, in accordance with the data collector’s obligation and a candidate’s consent (Art. 6(1) lit a and c GDPR),
- perform the contract for those who applied to take part in training, conference and participated in them (Art. 6(1) lit b GDPR);
- fulfil data collector’s legal obligation e.g. tax and accounting obligations (Art. 6(1) lit c GDPR);
- pursue or secure data collector’s claims (Art. 6(1) lit. f GDPR);
- gather information for statistical purposes (Art. 6(1) lit. f GDPR).
Personal data is processed in a non-automated manner (including profiling) - which means that no decisions would be made based on automated processing and automated processing would not produce any legal effects nor it would significantly affect people, whose data is being processed, in any other way.
Data submission is voluntary, however, it is necessary to receive a newsletter, receive an answer for submitted inquires, take part in a recruitment process or attend trainings and conferences.
We do not pass, sell or rent gathered personal data to any other people or institutions unless a user clearly agrees to that or wishes us to do so, or it is done on the request of authorised state authorities for the purpose of their investigation. The data controller may share your personal data with the external service provider (such as business entities engaged in accounting, banking, legal, IT, postal and parcel delivery, marketing and promotional services) and other entities which support Kancelaria in their business activities.
Users may withdraw their consent to receive the newsletter at any time and unsubscribe by clicking at the link at the bottom of the newsletter or sending us e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. After withdrawing user’s consent data will be processed only in order to remove them.
Each and every person who provided us with their personal data can exercise their rights, which depending on a case, may involve:
- a withdrawal of a given consent with the effect for the future,
- a request to have personal data rectify, if the personal data is incorrect or incomplete,
- a request to remove personal data, if the user’s personal data is no longer needed for the purpose it had been gathered for; when a user withdraws consent for processing data as well as when personal data is being unlawfully processed or when removing them is required by law,
- a demand to restrict processing personal data when a user questions the accuracy of personal data as well as in a situation when personal data is being unlawfully processed but a user objects to removing them or if personal data is no longer necessary for the data collector but a user may need them to pursue claims or for defence.
Personal data will be processed only for a period necessary to fulfil the precise purpose for which they have been collected and after that time for the period necessary to secure or to pursue any potential claims or fulfil legal obligation of the data collector (e.g. pursuant to tax and accounting regulations).
Users have the right to file a complaint to the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection.