Private Policy

This Privacy Policy contains, as required by law, information regarding personal data processed by Platige Image and possibly other entities that may process personal data collected via the website.

 

I.
Initial information and our terms

In order to make the Privacy Policy clear, we move away from using formal and legal vocabulary wherever possible. Therefore, when we write “you”, we mean a user of the service. We provide below a short list of definitions, which may help to better understand the privacy policy:

  • Platige ImagePlatige Image is Platige Image S.A. , seated in Warsaw (02-634), ul. Racławicka 99, entered in the register of entrepreneurs of the National Court Register under KRS number: 0000389414, Tax Identification Number: 5242014184, namely a service provider operating the website;
  • Trusted Partnersare third parties, cooperating with Platige Image that process or can potentially process your personal data collected as part of the service as administrators, as defined by GDPR;
  • GDPR is 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);
  • services are all online services of Platige Image made available at a given moment on the website;
  • Websiteis www.platige.com website and services provided using it;
  • personal data or data are any information obtained from you as part of the service and website, which can allow us to identify you; you will find a broader definition in Article 4 item 1 of GDPR;
  • data processing is an operation or a set of operations that we perform on data, including such activities as collection, storage, ordering or use of these data;

II.
Data Administrator

As we have mentioned above, an administrator of your data are Platige Image (data above) and Trusted Partners.

 

III.
Kontakt w sprawach związanych z danymi

If you had any doubts concerning processing of your personal data you can contact us by e-mail to rodo@platige.com.

 

IV.
What data do we process?

We process data that you provide when browsing the website, among others, those located in so-called cookie files (read below). In case you are not entirely sure which of your personal data are processed by us – you can always send a message to the address indicated above.

 

 

V.
What are purposes and bases for processing of your data and for how long they will be processed?

 

In a simple table below we present for which purpose, on which basis and for how long we process or will process your personal data.

Purpose of processing Legal basis Storage period
Correct functioning of the website, providing access to the website, preventing hacker attacks, statistical measurements necessary to make the website available Article 6, passage 1 letter b of GDPR (processing necessary for the performance of a contract) Until the time of expiration of claims related to provision of services
Statistical measurements other than described above Article 6, passage 1 letter f of GDPR (legitimate interests) Until the time of an effective objection
Own marketing Article 6, passage 1 letter f of GDPR (legitimate interests) Until the time of an effective objection
Single recruitment Article 6, passage 1 letter b of GDPR (processing upon request of the data subject) Until the recruitment process is completed
Future recruitment processes Article 6, passage 1 letter a of GDPR (the consent of the data subject) Until withdrawal of the consent

 

VI.
To whom can we transfer your data?

It may happen that we will transfer your data to other entities. These are always our trusted processing entities to whom we entrusted the performance of certain activities, so as to implement services provided to you in the best possible way, or entities that are parties to sales agreements which you can enter into via the website. There is also a possibility that we will forward your personal data to state authorities – we will do this only in the case of the legal obligation resulting from Article 6, passage 1 letter c of GDPR. We do not assume transfer of your data of thirds states, namely those beyond EEA (European Economic Area). However, if that were to happen, we will observe any requirements resulting from provisions of law in force. If transfer of your data to a third party proceeded otherwise than based on your consent or the need for proper performance of a contract or when none of the exceptions indicated in Article 49 of GDPR occur, your data will be transferred according to Article 45 or 46 of GDPR. Article 45 of GDPR applies to a decision adopted by the European Commission, which may consider that a given third state apply appropriate safeguards. Then personal data may be transferred to such a state without a special permit. On the other hand, Article 46 of GDPR indicates that transfer of data to a third country may take place if appropriate safeguards are provided and provided that the legal system of the third country provide enforceable rights of persons to whom data relate as well as effective legal protection.

 

VII.
What are your rights related to personal data processing?

GDPR grants you a number of rights related to processing of your personal data. These are: (a) the right to access your data, including to obtain copies of data; (b) the right to request correct your data; (c) the right to remove your data (in cases provided in GDPR); (c) the right to limit processing of your personal data; (d) the right to withdraw the consent – insofar your data are processed on the basis of this consent. Remember that withdrawal of the consent has no effect on the lawfulness of processing made on the basis of the consent prior to its withdrawal; (e) rights to transfer your personal data, i.e. to obtain them from the administrator of your personal data, in a structured, commonly used, machine-readable format. You can send these data to another data administrator – if your data are processed on the basis of your consents or for the purpose of the provision of services by Platige Image (f) the right to file a complaint to the supervision authority – the President of the Office of Personal Data Protection; In order to use your rights, do not hesitate to contact us at: rodo@platige.com

 

VIII.
“Cookies”/General information

An entity placing information in the form of cookies and other similar technologies on your device and gaining access to them is Platige Image, as well as entities to whom we are sending your data, i.e. entities that provide technical services for our benefit, including analytical and marketing services. Cookies are computer data, in particular text files that are stored in terminal equipment of the User of websites and WPM application. Cookies usually contain the domain name of the website they come from, time of storage on terminal equipment and unique number. Cookies are not used to identify the user and determine the identity of the user on their basis. The website may place cookie files in the web browser, if the browser allows to do so. What is important, the browser allows the website to access only cookies placed by this website, and not files placed by other websites.

 

Types of cookies

Due to the life time of cookies and other similar technologies, we use two major types of these files: (a) session cookies – temporary files stored in the User’s device until the User logs out, leave the website and the application, or until the software (web browser) is closed; (b) persistent – stored on the User’s device for the time specified in parameters of cookies or until they are removed by the User. Due to the purpose for which cookies and other technologies are used, we use their following types: (a) necessary for operation of the website and the application – allowing our services to be used, e.g. authenticating cookies used for services requiring authentication; (b) used to ensure safety, e.g. used to detect authentication abuse (c) performance – allowing us to collect information on the way in which the website and the application is used; (d) functional – allowing us to “remember” settings selected by the User and personalise the interface, e.g. a language or region selected by the User; (e) advertising – allowing us to deliver the advertising content more adapted to your interests; (f) statistical – used to compute statistics concerning websites and applications.

 

Why do we use cookies?

We use cookies and other similar technologies to: (a) provide services; (b) adjust the content of websites and applications to the preferences of the User and optimise the experience; e.g. cookies make it possible to recognise the User’s device and display the website adapted to his/her individual needs; (c) create statistics that help us to understand how the Users use websites and applications, which allows us to improve their structure and content; (d) maintain the User’s session (after logging in), as a result of which the User does not need to re-enter his/her login and password on each page of a given website and application; (e) present advertisements, for instance, in a manner taking into account the User’s interest or his/her place of residence (customise the advertising content) and ensure the possibility to turn off multiple presentation of the same advertisement.

 

Management of browser settings

In many cases software used to browse websites (web browser), by default, accepts storage of information in the form of cookies and other similar technologies in the User’s device. However, you can change these settings at any time. When no changes are made, this implies that the above information may be published and stored in his/her end device, and thus we will store information in the User’s device and access this information. The web browser you use allows you to, e.g. independently manage cookies. The most popular browsers provide you with the possibility to: accept cookies, which allows you to fully use options available on websites; manage cookies at the level of single websites selected by you; determine settings for various types of cookies, for example accept persistent files as session files, etc.; block or delete cookies. Complex information on this issue is available in settings of your browser. Details for persons using particular web browsers, i.a. Internet Explorer, Mozilla FireFox, Chrome and other. We inform you that limiting or disabling the use of cookies and other similar technologies may affect some functionalities of our website.