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Information about the GDPR for persons whose personal data we process in connection with our business operations.
- GDPR – General information
GDPR – (General Data Protection Regulation), effective from May 25, 2018.
Full name: The 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
The purpose of introducing GDPR
GDPR consolidates the rules for the processing of personal data throughout the European Union. It focuses on the importance of security of personal data and the protection of privacy rights.
Controller – a person or entity who independently determines what data it processes and for what purpose. The Personal Data Controller is SECO/WARWICK S.A, based in Świebodzin.
Processor – a natural person or entity that processes personal data on behalf of the controller.
Supervisory body – an authority responsible for enforcing compliance with the provisions of the RODO Regulation and other legal acts governing the protection of personal data in Poland.
Personal data – information about an identified or identifiable natural person (the data subject). The basis for direct or indirect identification of a person comprises the following: name and surname, identification number, location data, internet ID, address, phone number, date of birth, tax identification number (NIP), social security number (PESEL) or a CCTV picture.
Personal data processing – actions or sets of actions performed on personal data or data sets in a non-automated or automated manner, including e.g. collection, recording, organization, storage, modification, downloading, browsing, use, disclosure by sending, deleting, destroying. The purposes and methods of personal data processing are determined by the personal data controller.
- The rules for processing personal data of website users
SECO/WARWICK applies six principles of personal data processing as defined in the GDPR:
- The principle of lawfulness, fairness and transparency – personal data are processed in accordance with applicable provisions of law. You will be notified about all issues related to data processing by agreed communication channels, explained simply, so that you were aware of the collection, storage or other processing of personal data.
- The principle of purpose limitation and data minimization – only the data necessary to achieve the purpose are processed.
- The principle of accuracy – the data processed must be true and up-to-date. The data stored in the database is verified on a regular basis. Data subjects are requested to verify and update their data.
- The principle of purpose limitation – personal data is processed only for a specific purpose, clearly defined and legally justified. The processing period correlates with the purpose determined. However, the data is not processed longer than necessary. In some cases, this period may be extended due to applicable provisions of law.
- The principle of confidentiality and data integrity – the IT solutions and organizational measures applied by SECO/WARWICK S.A. ensure the security of personal data processed, with special emphasis put on preventing them from illegal or unlawful processing. The protection provided is intended to safeguard against accidental use, loss or destruction of personal data.
- The principle of accountability – only data allowed by law with a legal basis for processing is used. Data protection starts at the time of acquiring the data from data subjects.
Every data subject has the right to file a complaint with the supervisory body in connection with non-compliance with the provisions on the personal data protection.
- Processed data
The data processed in order to identify the data subject comprises the following:
- Name and surname,
- Identification data: PESEL (only where justified), date of birth, correspondence address, phone number, e-mail,
- Tax identification number NIP, REGON,
Series and number of identity card
- Other data necessary to offer services and/or products.
Data is processed only if:
- If the company has the consent of the data subject, in particular when it is intended to use the image of the data subject for marketing purposes or for recruitment purposes.
- the purpose consists in preparing an offer of products and/or services, or in performing agreements or handling complaints, if any.
- Thus, the legal obligation is fulfilled, i.e. only when such obligation is imposed by the provisions of law.
- This is required by a legitimate interest, such as in cases of claims assertion or defense, or data archiving.
- Who can data be shared with?
If you run a business, it is important to ensure the confidentiality of the data processed. To ensure proper organization in matters involving the company’s operations, data processing may be entrusted to other entities acting on behalf of the company. This requires an appropriate agreement to be concluded in order to protect the data.
- Where do the data come from?
Only the data received on the forms is processed, e.g. acquired in the course of subscription to the newsletter or received together with consent for recruitment purposes. The data acquired from publicly available databases (Central Register and Information on Economic Activity) or based on data which were submitted directly to present the offer, are also used.
- Information on processing
When the data is being obtained, the data subject is notified accordingly. If the data comes from another source, information is provided:
- No later than one month from the acquisition of data,
- At the first contact with the data subject,
*Unless it proves impossible to provide such information or it would require an unreasonably great effort.
- Manner of notification
Information is provided:
- In information clauses enclosed in the documents intended for the data subject,
- Electronically, by including such information on our website or footer of e-mails.
Your rights associated with the processing of personal data by the SWSA.
The right to access and rectify data – you have the right to request information about whether your personal data is processed, what types of data are processed, how long they will be processed and with which entities it was shared or entrusted to. You can exercise the right to rectify the data if the data needs to be updated, if it is incorrect or incomplete.
The right to object against the processing of data – the right allowing the data subject to object to the processing of data, based on a legitimate interest. You can use this right e.g. when personal data is processed for the purposes of direct marketing (including using data profiling methods). This right may be exercised by automated means using technical specifications.
The right to be forgotten– the right to have the data deleted. This right may be exercised when the data processed are no longer necessary in order to achieve the purpose for which they were required, or when the processing method is not in compliance with the GDPR or other provisions of law. Upon request, an analysis will be conducted to examine the request and to assess whether there are no legitimate grounds to continue the processing.
The right to transfer data – you have the right to receive data that you submitted or request the data to be transferred to another controller. This form of data submission must be in a structured format (such as a pdf file) to make it machine readable. This right may be exercised if you have previously consented to the processing of data, you have concluded an agreement or the processing is done by automated means.
The right to limit data processing – you can request to have your data processing limited. This right may be exercised in the following situations:
- Improperly processed data will be identified; processing is unlawful and you want the use of your data to be limited
- The data is no longer necessary to achieve the purpose and it can be deleted, but you object to the deletion thereof in order to assert or defend your claims
- You object for reasons related to your specific situation (when your data is being processed based on our legitimate interest)
Contact in matters related to the processing of your data and the exercise of your rights For all matters related to the processing of personal data by SECO/WARWICK S.A. please contact us by email at: RODO@secowarwick.com
Procedure in the event of a breach of personal data protection A breach of personal data protection results from an incidental or unlawful loss, modification, transfer or disclosure of your personal data.
In the event of the situation described above:
- The data subject will be immediately notified if the risk of violation of rights and freedoms is estimated to be high.
- Without undue delay, as promptly as possible, no later than within 72 hours, the Supervisory Authority (the President of the Office for the Protection of Personal Data) will be notified in case of a breach of personal data protection producing a risk of violation of rights or freedoms of natural persons.