Privacy policy

PAW Sp. z o.o., as the operator of paw.net.pl web service, is committed to proper protection of visitor’s data.

  • Data on service users will not be shared or sold to companies or third parties.
  • Data shared by users of the service will only be used to communicate with them.
  • Regardless of the personal data given during communication, web service operator may use Internet technology to collect certain technical information. Such us the IP address of the user, type of Internet browser and operating system that is used.
  • The website owner and entities operating web service collect statistics of visits on paw.net.pl.
  • The website owner reserves the right to make amendments to the Privacy Policy. Changes may occur at any time, and users may, but need not be notified.
  • In order to improve the functioning of web service, cookies are occasionally used. Cookies are small files submitted by the user’s browser and stored on the web user’s local hard drive. These cookies do not collect any personal information  on the web user.

INFORMATION 

REGARDING THE PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA OF CONTRACTING PARTIES/CONTRACTING PARTIES’ EMPLOYEE
BY PAW SPÓŁKA Z OGRANICZONĄ ODPOWIEDZIALNOŚCIĄ
WITH ITS REGISTERED OFFICE IN SUCHY LAS

PAW Sp. z o.o. hereby would like to inform you that:

1. The Data Controller’s data:

Please be informed that the Controller of your personal data (hereinafter: the “Personal Data”) obtained from you by e-mail correspondence is PAW Spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością with its registered office in Suchy Las, ul. Nektarowa 9, 62-002 Suchy Las, e-mail: office@paw.net.pl

 

2. Legal basis for personal data processing:

– if you are an entrepreneur:

your Personal Data are processed for commercial co-operation purposes – negotiating and performing contracts between you and the Data Controller (i.e., pursuant to art. 6.1.(a) of GDPR – data processing is required for the said purpose), and also for the following purposes: marketing, i.e. sending commercial information regarding the Data Controller’s services (i.e., pursuant to art. 6.1(f) of GDPR – Personal Data processing is required for the purpose of pursuing legitimate interests of the Data Controller;

– if you are the contracting party’s employee (the Data Controller’s supplier or customer):

your Personal Data are processed for commercial co-operation purposes – negotiating and performing contracts between your employer/client and the Data Controller and also for the following purposes: marketing, i.e. sending commercial information regarding the Data Controller’s services (i.e., pursuant to art. 6.1(f) of GDPR – Personal Data processing is required for the purpose of pursuing legitimate interests of the Data Controller. 

3. Personal data storage period:

your personal data will be processed for a period required for the purpose of the achievement of the objective referred to above (the period of commercial co-operation until its formal completion) extended by a period resulting from appropriate legal regulations (limitation periods of claims and time limits for the storage of the documentation resulting from tax laws).

4. Data category:

The data to be processed are common personal data (those are not the data belonging to special categories). 

5. Data source:

The data to be processed have been obtained directly from you, from a Website or from a person of your organization. 

6. Recipients:

your Personal Data are provided to service providers with the assistance of which the Data Controller has been pursuing its legitimate interests. 

7. Data provision to a third country:

the Data Controller has no intention of providing your Personal Data to a third country/international organization.

8. Rights:

You have the right to demand access to the Personal Data at any time, including to:

    1. immediately rectify the Personal Data which are inaccurate, and to complete the incomplete Personal Data; 
    2. immediately erase the Personal Data;
    3. restrict the processing if:
      1. you contest the accuracy of your Personal Data, 
      2. the processing is unlawful but you have objected to the Personal Data erasure,
      3. the Data Controller no longer needs the Personal Data for processing but you need them to establish, exercise or defend claims,
      4. I have objected to the processing – until establishing  whether the Data Controller’s bases override the bases of my objection
    4. object to the Personal Data processing pursuant to art. 6.1(f) of GDPR, in particular, to the processing for direct marketing purposes;
    5. data portability, including to: 
      1. receive (in a structured, commonly used, machine readable form) the data provided by you to the Data Controller and to transmit it to another controller;
      2. demand that the data be transmitted by the Data Controller directly to another controller, if it is technically possible; 
  1. you have the right to lodge a complaint to a supervisory authority, in particular, in a member state of your habitual residence, place of work or place of the alleged infringement if you believe that the processing infringes the GDPR.

*GDPR – 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 General Data Protection Regulation)