# 1: Who is the administrator of your personal data?
The administrator of your personal data is JAKOSTA P.S.A.
Ul. Kolejowa 16, 55-010 Żerniki Wrocławskie NIP: 8961583308, REGON: 382188849.
# 2: Who can you contact regarding the processing of your personal data?
As part of the implementation of data protection in our organization, we have decided not to appoint a Data Protection Officer due to the fact that it is not mandatory in our situation. For matters relating to data protection and privacy in general, you can contact email@example.com.
# 3: Where do we get your personal data from?
In most cases, you give them to us yourself. This happens when you contact us.
# 4: For what purposes do we process your personal data?
When contacting us, you naturally provide us with your personal data contained in the content of your correspondence, in particular your e-mail address and your name. The provision of data is voluntary, but necessary in order to contact us.
Your data is processed for the purpose of contacting you, and the basis for the processing is Article 6(1)(f) RODO, i.e. our legitimate interest. The legal basis for post-contact processing is also our legitimate purpose of archiving your correspondence to ensure that we can prove certain facts in the future (Article 6(1)(f) RODO).
The content of your correspondence may be subject to archiving and we are unable to make it clear when it will be deleted. You have the right to request the history of any correspondence you have had with us (if it has been archived), as well as to request its deletion, unless its archiving is justified by our legitimate interests, such as defending against potential claims from you.
# 5: Who are the recipients of your personal data?
The following parties are involved in the processing of personal data:
• the hosting provider who stores the data on the server,
• the provider of the mailing system in which your data is stored.
• other subcontractors who gain access to the data if the scope of their activities requires such access.
# 6: Do we transfer your data to third countries or international organizations?
Yes, part of the processing of your personal data may involve transfers to third countries.
We transfer your personal data to third countries in connection with the use of tools that store personal data on servers located in third countries. The providers of these tools guarantee an adequate level of personal data protection through the relevant compliance mechanisms provided for by the RODO, in particular through the use of standard contractual clauses.
# 7: What rights do you have in relation to the processing of your personal data?
The RODO grants you the following potential rights in relation to the processing of your personal data:
• The right to access and receive a copy of your data,
• The right to rectification (amendment) of your data,
• The right to erasure (if, in your opinion, there are no grounds for us to process your data, you can request that we erase it),
• The right to restrict processing (you can request that we restrict processing to only storing your data or carrying out activities agreed with you if, in your opinion, we have inaccurate data or are processing it unduly),
• The right to object to processing (you have the right to object to processing on the basis of a legitimate interest; you should indicate the particular situation which you think justifies us stopping the processing covered by the objection; we will stop processing your data for these purposes unless we can demonstrate that the grounds for our processing override your rights or that your data is necessary for us to establish, assert or defend our claims),
• The right to data portability (you have the right to receive from us in a structured, commonly used machine-readable format the personal data you have provided to us on the basis of a contract or your consent; you can have this data sent directly to another entity),
• The right to withdraw your consent to the processing of your personal data if you have previously given such consent,
• the right to file a complaint with a supervisory authority (if you find that we are processing your data unlawfully, you may file a complaint to the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection or any other competent supervisory authority).
The rules related to the exercise of the rights indicated above are described in detail in
Articles 16 – 21 of the RODO. We encourage you to familiarize yourself with these provisions. For our part, we consider it necessary to explain to you that the rights indicated above are not absolute and you will not be entitled to them in relation to all processing activities of your personal data.
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