Your personal data controller is the law firm Snażyk Korol Mordaka spółka komandytowa, number KRS: 452176. Our office is located in Warsaw at ul. Genewska 25. If you have any questions regarding the processing of your personal data, you can contact us by email at: email@example.com.
Snażyk Korol Mordaka spółka komandytowa uses organisational and technical safeguards to ensure the protection of personal data processing appropriate to the risks and categories of data. As the personal data controller, we ensure that the personal data of the users of our website are processed in accordance with the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the provisions of Polish law.
Your personal data will be processed for the following purposes:
- to fulfil the legal obligations arising from the GDPR with regard to the exercise of your rights and therefore archive requests addressed to us or inform you about privacy risks; Article 6(1)(c) of the GDPR;
- to contact you through the contact form or any other medium; Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR;
- to market our products and services; Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR.
We will process your data for the following period of time:
- when fulfilling the legal obligations arising from the GDPR with regard to the exercise of your rights and therefore when archiving your requests addressed to us or informing you about privacy risks, as well as when fulfilling the obligations under tax law and other regulations until the expiration of the statute of limitation;
- when contacting you through the contact form or any other medium until you raise an objection;
- when marketing our products and services until you raise an objection.
Providing your data is voluntary, but we will not be able to contact you without access to your data.
Recipients of the data
The recipient of your personal data will be external entities processing data on behalf of the controller on the basis of data processing agreements (e.g. the company providing hosting services for us or the accounting office) as well as our subcontractors. Data may also be transferred to public or private entities if such an obligation arises from generally applicable law.
In connection with our use of tools such as Google Analytics, we transfer your data to the United States of America on the basis of the Implementing Decision (EU) 2016/1250 adopted pursuant to Directive 95/46/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the adequacy of the protection provided by the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield (notified under document number C(2016) 4176). You can obtain from us a copy of the data transferred to a third country.
In connection with the processing of personal data pursuant to the GDPR, you have certain rights:
- the right to know which personal data relating to you we process and to receive a copy of the data (the so-called right of access); the issue of the first copy of the data is free of charge; we can charge a fee for the next copy;
- if the processed data become outdated or incomplete (or otherwise incorrect), you have the right to request a rectification;
- in certain situations you may ask us to delete your personal data, i.e. when we no longer need the data for the purposes of which we have informed you; when consent to data processing is effectively revoked (unless we have the right to process data on a different legal basis); if the processing is unlawful; or if the need to delete the data results from a legal obligation on our part;
- if we process your personal data on the basis of your consent or to perform a contract entered into with us, you have the right to transfer your data to another controller;
- if you believe that the processed personal data are incorrect, that the processing is unlawful or that we no longer need specific data, you may also request that we should not perform any operations on the data for a certain necessary period of time (e.g. to check the correctness of the data or assert claims), but only store them;
- we process your personal data, among other things, for the purpose of marketing our products and services; the basis for such processing is the so-called “legitimate interest of a controller”; in the case of such processing, you have the opportunity to express an objection; as a consequence, we will cease to process personal data for the purpose described above;
- you also have the right to lodge a complaint with the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection if you believe that the processing of your personal data violates the provisions of the GDPR.
- Please be advised that the website www.skmlegal.pl uses “cookies”.
- By starting to use the website, you accept, by activating the “Accept” button, that cookies are placed on your device (e.g. computer, phone) by the website.
- The data obtained by means of cookies do not allow us to identify the user or third parties.
- We may place both permanent and temporary cookie files on your device and on the device of third parties.
- to ensure the proper functioning of the website;
- for statistics;
- to adapt the website to your preferences.
- Temporary files are usually deleted when you close your browser, but permanent files are not.
- We use a server that automatically saves in the server logs, in order to analyze the operation of the IT system, the information about the device which users use when connecting to the platform, i.e. the type of device and browser used by the user, the IP of the user’s computer, date and time of entry, text description of the event, and qualification of the event.
- Through the majority of commonly used browsers you can check whether cookies have been installed on your device, as well as delete the installed cookies and block their installation in the future by the website or other sites. However, deleting or blocking cookies may cause problems with your use of the website. For more information about deleting, modifying or blocking cookies please visit http://www.cookiecentral.com/faq/.
- In accordance with the international NAI standards (https://www.networkadvertising.org/), the controller keeps cookie files for up to five years.
The policy has been in force since 25 May 2018. Information about any changes to the Policy will be made available to you by email or on our website.