PRIVACY POLICY OF WWW.DIOLOSA.COM

This Privacy Policy defines:

I. Definitions.

  1. The Controller – refers to AVICENNA POLSKA CLAUDE DIOLOSA with the seat in: 49-300 Brzeg, ul. Wojciecha 1 office 2, – entity entered in the Central Registration and Information on Business under Tax Number: 7543129919, Statistical Number REGON: 365671881, which provides online services and stores and gains access to information on the User’s devices.
  2. Cookies – shall refer to IT data, in particular small text files saved and stored on the devices on which the User uses the diolosa.com website
  3. The Controller’s cookies – shall refer to Cookies installed by the Controller, related to the online services provided by the Controller via diolosa.com
  4. External Cookies – shall refer to the Cookies installed by the Controller’s partners via diolosa.com
  5. Device – shall refer to an electronic device used by the User to access diolosa.com
  6. User – shall refer to an entity to which online services may be provided or with which an online Service Agreement may be concluded.

II. Types of Cookies used

  1. The cookies used by the Controller are safe for the User’s Device. In particular, the cookies do not make it possible for computer viruses, other undesired software or malware to reach the Users’ Devices. These files make it possible to identify the software used by the User and to adjust diolosa.com individually to each User. Cookies usually include the name of the domain they come from the period over which they will be stored on the Device and the assigned value.
  2. The Controller uses two types of cookies:
  1. The User has an option to limit or disable the access of cookies to their Device. Should the User exercise this option, it will still be possible to use diolosa.com, except for the functions whose nature requires cookies.

III. Purposes of using Cookies.

  1. The Controller uses its own Cookies for the following purposes:
  1. optimising the use of diolosa.com
  2. recognising the Device of the User of diolosa.com and adjusting it to the User’s individual needs
  3. remembering the settings selected by the User and customising User interface, e.g. as regards the selected language or region the User comes from
  4. size of the font, layout of the website etc.
  1. The Controller of diolosa.comuses External Cookies for the following purposes:
  1. On diolosa.com there is a plug-in for sharing the website content on Facebook.com

IV. Possibility to define the conditions for storing or gaining access by Cookies.

  1. The User may independently amend the Cookie settings at any time by defining the terms and conditions for storing these files as well as for the access of the Cookies to the User’s Device. The User may change the settings by amending the browser settings or the service setup. These settings may in particular be amended so as to block the automatic cookie acceptance in the Internet browser settings or to inform the User every time the cookies are saved on the User’s Device. Detailed information about the possibility and ways of supporting cookies can be found in the software settings (browser settings).
  2. The User may delete the Cookies at any time by using relevant functions in the current browser.
  3. Limiting the extent to which the Cookies are supported may impact some of the functionalities available on the www.diolosa.com website.
  4. Personal data protection.
  5. Data Controller
  1. Type of personal data
  1. Scope, period and purposes of data processing
  1. Scope and source of the data.
    The Controller shall process the following personal data: name, surname, e-mail address, address for service and phone number. The Controller obtains the personal data directly from the data subject.
  1. Purposes of data processing.
    The Controller processes the data in order to:
  1. Retention period.
    The Controller shall process the personal data for the period necessary to achieve the purpose of contact and in the period of maintaining the current relation, including the exchange of correspondence, and for 3 years after the relation expires. In the event of data processing as per the Controller’s legitimate interest, the data will be processes for a period that makes it possible to pursue this interest or until an effective objection against data processing is filed. The retention period may be extended within the legal limits if the data processing is necessary for an investigation or for defence against claims. After the expiry of the data processing period, the data will be deleted or anonymised.
  1. Scope and source of the data.
    The Controller shall process the following personal data: name, surname, e-mail address, address for service, phone number, address of residence, Tax Number NIP and Statistical Number REGON. The Controller obtains the personal data directly from the data subject, from the entity represented by a natural person or from public records (Business Registers such as: KRS, CEIDG).
  1. Purposes of data processing.
    The Controller processes the data in order to:
  1. Retention period.
    The Controller shall process the personal data for a period necessary to perform the relevant agreement, and for the period of prescription of the claims under the agreement. In the event of data processing as per the Controller’s legitimate interest, the data will be processes for a period that makes it possible to pursue this interest or until an effective objection against data processing is filed. The retention period may be extended within the legal limits if the data processing is necessary for an investigation or for defence against claims. After the expiry of the data processing period, the data will be deleted or anonymised.
  1. Scope and source of the data.
    The Controller shall process the following personal data: name, surname, e-mail address, phone number, address for service. The Controller obtained the data directly from the data subject, via the contact form or Newsletter found on www.diolosa.com.
  1. Purposes of data processing.
    The Controller processes the data in order to:
  1. Retention period.
    The Controller shall process the personal data for the period of maintaining the current relation, including the exchange of correspondence, and for 3 years after the relation expires. The retention period may be extended within the legal limits if the data processing is necessary for an investigation or for defence against claims. After the expiry of the data processing period, the data will be deleted or anonymised.
  1. Data recipients
    With regard to the Controller’s business activity, and to the necessary extent, personal data may be shared with third parties, including in particular:
  1. Sharing the data outside the European Economic Area
    The Controller shall not share the personal data outside the European  Economic Area.
  1. Automated decision-making
    The Controller does not employ automatic decision-making in individual cases, in particular, the personal data shall not be subject to profiling.
  1. Right of the data subjects
    Data processing as part of the service provision is regulated in the law or in agreements with the clients. Subject to the situations defined in the law, data subjects shall have the following rights:
  1. Data security
  1. guarantee the transparency of data processing,
  2. provide information about data processing upon collection, except for the situations when it is not obliged to do so as per separate legal provisions,
  3. ensure that the data is collected only to the extent necessary for the defined purpose and processed only for the period when it is necessary,
  4. ensure confidentiality by guaranteeing that only authorised people have access to the data.
  1. has implemented procedures that facilitate access to personal data only by authorised people and only to the extent necessary for them to perform their job,
  2. uses technical and organisational measures in order to ensure that all operations on personal data are properly secured,
  3. furthermore, takes all the necessary actions in order for the entities cooperating with the Controller to guarantee they are using proper safeguards in any case when they process personal data at the Controller’s request,
  4. if necessary, implements additional safeguards to increase data security.

VI. References to other websites

www.diolosa.com includes references to other websites. The Controller shall not be liable for the privacy rules valid for those websites. When visiting the abovementioned websites, it is recommended to become familiar with the privacy policy or cookies policy for the specific website.

VII. Final provisions.

If the currently mandatory privacy policy is amended, relevant modifications will be introduced in its content.

 

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