Privacy policy

 

Users’ privacy protection is particularly important to us. For this reason, Users of the www.k2precise.pl site are guaranteed the highest standards of privacy protection. K2 Precise S.A. as the administrator of personal data cares for the security of personal data provided by Users.

Bearing in mind the above and the requirements introduced by the Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) 2016/679 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) (OJ.UE.L.2016.119.1 of 2016.05.04) (hereinafter referred to as RODO) in order for K2 Precise S.A. ensure the privacy of personal data this Privacy Policy is adopted.

This Privacy Policy sets out the rules for the processing and protection of personal data provided by Users in connection with their use of the website and other related sites, communications and services.

The User is any person to whom the data relates, who uses the website and any related sites, communication and services (further on “the User”).

The administrator of personal data contained in the website K2 Precise Spółka akcyjna z with its registered office in Warsaw, address ul. Domaniewska 44A, 02-672 Warsaw, entered into the Business Register of the National Court Register kept by the District Court for the capital city of Warsaw in Warsaw, 12th Commercial Division of the National Court Register under the KRS No 0000065596, NIP: 5272342036, (further on the Administrator).

The company has appointed a contact person in matters related to the processing of personal data, who can be contacted via email: iod@k2.pl or by traditional mail at: ul. Domaniewska 44A, 02-672 Warszawa, Poland

 

I. USER’S CONSENT

Using the website by the User means that the User accepts that the Administrator collects, uses and discloses non-personal data in accordance with this Privacy Policy. However, the User has control over the manner of using and sharing their data, which is described in detail in Chapter V of this Privacy Policy “User Rights“.

In the case of processing personal data based on the User’s consent, they have the right to withdraw their consent at any time. Withdrawal of consent does not affect the lawfulness of the processing that was performed on the basis of the consent before its withdrawal. The Administrator informs the User about the possibility of withdrawing the consent before the User gives consent.

 

II.  PERSONAL DATA PROCESSED BY THE ADMINISTRATOR 

1. Means of obtaining personal data 

a. Personal data obtained directly from the User

The Administrator gathers personal information in two ways. The first way is to obtain personal data directly from the User, by:

  1. sending a message by the User, thanks to the contact form provided on the site,
  2. creation of own account on the website by the User,
  3. using services and products offered by the Administrator by the User,
  4. contacting the Administrator for technical assistance by the User.

b. Personal data obtained from other sources

The Administrator also gathers personal information from sources other than directly from the User, i.e.:

  • by registering the User’s method of using the Administrator’s products and services via cookiesand other technologies and receiving error reports or usage data from the software running on the User’s device,

2. Personal data processed by the Administrator

The scope of personal data collected by the Administrator regarding Users may vary depending on the purpose of personal data processing.

The Administrator gathers, among others, the following personal and non-personal information:

  1. Login name,
  2. Name and surname/name of the company/name and surname of the entrepreneur or first and last names of entrepreneurs operating in the form of a civil law partnership,
  3. Mailing address,
  4. Website address,
  5. Telephone number,
  6. Electronic mail address,
  7. Computer IP,

 

III. DATA PROCESSING METHOD – PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING OBJECTS BY THE ADMINISTRATOR

The manner in which the Administrator processes data relating to the User depends on the manner in which the User uses the Administrator’s products and services. Thus, individual goals of User’s data processing may differ depending on which product or service the User chooses and uses.

Communication (contract performance, legitimate purpose implemented by the Administrator)

The Administrator uses the User’s personal data to communicate with them in a personalized way. This communication consists in sending an e-mail. The content communicated to the User relates to the services offered, i.e. the availability of services and the manner of using them.

Communication with the User also applies to the User’s service. Personal data is used to help the User, solve problems and respond to their complaints.

The Administrator also uses the User’s personal data to enable them to comment on the Administrator’s activities, services and products

Advertising (consent, legitimate purpose implemented by the Administrator)

The Administrator uses the User’s personal data in order to offer them tailor-made advertisements, if the User has consented to such activities or in the case of an economic relationship between the Administrator and the User. These advertisements apply to both the Administrator’s offers and entities cooperating with the Administrator.

The advertisements delivered to the User are adjusted individually to each User by using:

  1. data provided directly by the User,
  2. data from advertising technologies, such as cookies,
  3. Web beacons, pixels, ad tags and mobile identifiers.

Correction of services (legitimate interest of the Administrator)

The Administrator uses the User’s personal data in the scope of conducting analytical and statistical activities in order to constantly improve the products and services offered, provide better solutions, add new features and capabilities, gather more recipients and help in establishing contacts and finding business opportunities.

Personal data concerning Users is also used by the Administrator in the field of market research, public opinion research and business analysis in order to constantly improve the website.

Security (legitimate interest of the Administrator)

The Administrator uses the User’s personal data to monitor, prevent, detect and combat frauds and abuses, protect other Users against such abuses and to ensure network and information security. In the event that there is a reasonable suspicion of committing a crime, your personal data will be used to investigate the potential offence committing or other violation of this Privacy Policy.

 

IV. ACCESSING PERSONAL DATA BY THE ADMINISTRATOR

The User’s personal data is or may be passed to the following categories of recipients:

  • suppliers of advertising or marketing services, in the case of realising the objective being direct marketing of the Administrator’s own services;
  • providers of legal and advisory services and supporting the Administrator in pursuing claims due (in particular to law firms);
  • entities that process personal data at the request of the Administrator, e.g. subcontractors of Administrator’s services;
  • entities authorized to obtain data under applicable law, e.g. courts or law enforcement authorities, when they file a request based on an appropriate legal basis.

 

V. USER RIGHTS

If the User wants to use their rights as a subject of personal data, they may contact the Administrator using the form provided on the website.

Right of access to data

The User is entitled to obtain confirmation from the Administrator whether their personal data is being processed, and if this is the case – the User is entitled to access information on the details of processing their data, including in particular information about the purpose of processing and categories of processing data.

The User also has the right to request a copy of personal data subject to processing.

Right to correct data

The User has the right to correct the personal data which is false. The User has the right to request replacements, supplements or deletions of errors, faults and misleading information in the whole data set that pertains to the User.

The subject of the supplementation cannot be personal data that is incorrect, i.e. the User cannot demand replacement or supplementation of the existing data with incorrect data.

In the situation where the personal data being processed is incomplete, the User may submit an additional statement to supplement it. It is permissible to present such a statement in any form, including in the electronic form.

The right to delete data (right to be forgotten)

The User has the right to request the deletion of their personal data if one of the following occurs:

  1. your personal information is no longer necessary for the purpose for which it was collected or otherwise processed;
  2. The User has revoked the consent on which the processing is based and there is no other legal ground for processing;
  3. The User objects to the processing of personal data relating to the User;
  4. personal data was processed unlawfully;
  5. personal data must be removed in order to comply with a legal obligation under the Community law or the law of the Member State to which the Administrator is subject;
  6. personal data was collected in connection with the offering of information society services.

The right to be forgotten, is granted to the User only in the case of exercising the right to delete personal data and only in a situation in which personal data concerning the User has been made public by the Administrator.

Right to limit processing

The User has the right to limit the processing of their personal data in the following cases:

  1. The User questions the correctness of personal data – for a period allowing the Administrator to check the correctness of such data;
  2. the processing is illegal and the User objects the deletion of personal data, requesting limitation of its use instead;
  3. The Administrator no longer needs the User’s personal data for processing purposes, but it is needed by the User to establish, assert or defend claims;
  4. The User objects the processing – until it is determined whether the legitimate grounds of the Administrator are overriding the grounds of the User’s objection.

Right to transfer data

The User has the right to receive, in a structured, commonly used format, personal data about the User that they provided to the Administrator and has the right to send the data to another administrator.

The User also has the right to request that their personal data be sent by the Administrator directly to another administrator, if it is technically possible.

Right of objection

The User has the right to lodge an objection at any time, for reasons related to the User’s special situation, in relation to the processing of their personal data:

  1. in the public interest, within the exercise of public authority entrusted to the Administrator,
  2. in the face of processing for direct marketing purposes, including profiling, if it is related to the direct marketing,
  3. for the legitimate purpose of the Administrator.

The proceedings in the scope of consideration of the objection and all communication is free of charge, there is also a possibility of filing an objection by electronic means.

Right of action

The User has the right to lodge a complaint with the Office for Personal Data Protection, in particular in the Member State of their habitual residence, their place of work or the place of the alleged violation.

The right not to be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing (including profiling)

The right to not be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing (including profiling) is granted to the User due to the development of technology and marketing techniques based on the data collected during the use of Internet services.

Profiling is any form of automated processing of personal data, which involves the use of personal data to assess certain personal factors of the User – in particular to analyze or forecast aspects of the effects of their work, their economic situation, health, personal preferences, interests, credibility, behavior, location or moving around.

The User may exercise such a right in a situation where two conditions are met:

  1. first, the User is subject to a decision which is based solely on the automated processing of personal data, including profiling,
  2. secondly, this decision causes legal effects for the User or in a similar way significantly affects the User.

Automated decision-making in individual cases, including profiling, cannot be prohibited if the decision:

  1. is necessary to conclude or perform the contract between the User and the Administrator;
  2. is authorized by the Community law or the law of the Member State governing the Administrator and which provides for appropriate measures to protect the rights, freedoms and legitimate interests of the User; or
  3. is based on explicit consent of the User.

 

VI. COOKIES AND OTHER TECHNOLOGIES USED BY THE ADMINISTRATOR

The Administrator uses cookies and other similar technologies to improve efficiency and to offer Users better and better website functionality and more tailored advertising. Cookies are pieces of code that are text files corresponding to HTTP requests to the Administrator’s server. They are used to guarantee optimal service of the User’s visit to the website and enable faster and easier access to information. Stored information or accessing it does not result in any configuration changes in the User’s device and the software installed on it. The information contained in cookies and similar technologies is considered personal data only in connection with another personal data available about a given User. If the User does not agree to saving and receiving information in cookie files, they may change the rules regarding cookies via the settings of their web browser or apply the so-called opt-out options on the supplier’s site for a given technology solution. Detailed information on the technologies used by the Administrator is available in the Cookies Policy at www.k2precise.pl/cookie-policy

 

VII. OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Protection of the safety of personal data

The Administrator introduces various measures to ensure the security of the User’s personal data. The safe use of the services offered is ensured by the systems and procedures used to protect against access and disclosure of data to unauthorized persons. In addition, the systems and procedures used by the Administrator are regularly monitored in order to detect possible threats. Personal data obtained by the Administrator is stored in computer systems to which access is strictly limited.

Storage of Personal Data

The period of storage of Users’ personal data may vary due to the fact that different purposes of data processing may be defined in relation to personal data of different Users.

The Administrator stores personal data for such a period as is necessary to achieve specific goals, i.e.:

  1. in the case of analytical and statistical purposes – for a period necessary to achieve the objectives related to the effective implementation and development of the website;
  2. in the case of providing services to the User – for the duration of the contract and the period of limitation of claims;
  3. for the period required by law with regard to settlements for services provided;
  4. in the case of personal data processing for marketing purposes – for the duration of the economic relationship with the User, unless the User previously objects to processing for these purposes;

In each of the above cases, after the necessary processing period has elapsed, the data can only be processed to secure claims.

Users’ personal data is stored in the Administrator’s database, in which technical and organizational measures ensuring the protection of data processed comply with the requirements specified in applicable law. Only the Administrator has access to the database.

Amendments to the Privacy Policy

In order to update the information contained in this Privacy Policy and its compliance with applicable law, this Privacy Policy is subject to change. Along with the change of the content of the document, the date of its update will be changed, at the beginning of this Privacy Policy. However, each significant change will be communicated to the User via information published on the website or directly. In order to obtain information on the method of personal data protection, the Administrator recommends that the Users regularly read these Privacy Policy principles.

Contact Information

In order to obtain any information regarding this Privacy Policy, the Administrator provides a contact form on the website, thanks to which the User may contact the Administrator.

 

In addition, you can contact us by mail.

 

By email: iod@k2.pl

By traditional mail to the following address:

 

K2 Precise S.A.

Domaniewska 44A

02-672 Warszawa

 

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