The administration is obliged to take all necessary measures to prevent the abuse of the data you shared with us. The processing of your data is carried out following the requirements of applicable law and only based on legal grounds for such processing.
1. Terms and definitions.
1.1. Personal data - means any information directly or indirectly relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (data subject).
1.2. A personal data subject - is a person to whom personal data refer and who can be identified by this personal data, or who has already been identified.
1.3. Site administration (hereinafter referred to as the Administration) - authorized persons acting on behalf of the limited liability company "AKSIGO", who organize and (or) carry out the processing of personal data, as well as determine the purpose of processing personal data, the composition of personal data, actions (operation) performed with personal data.
1.4. Personal data processing - any action or set of actions made in a manual or automatic mode with personal data, including collection, accumulation, storage, adaptation, modification, recovery, use, and distribution (distribution, sale, transfer), depersonalization, and destruction of personal data.
1.5. Distribution of personal data - actions with regard to the transference of information about a natural person with the consent of the personal data subject.
1.6. Blocking of personal data - temporary cessation of data privacy processing (except in cases when processing is necessary to clarify personal data).
1.7. Use of personal data - any actions of the Administration to process this data, actions to protect them, as well as actions to grant partial or full rights to process personal data to other subjects of relations related to personal data, performed with the consent of the subjects of personal data or in accordance with applicable law.
1.8. Destruction of personal data - any actions as a result of which personal data is irrevocably destroyed with the inability to further restore the content of personal data in the personal data information system and (or) material carriers of personal data are destroyed.
1.9. Depersonalization of personal data - withdrawal of information that allows directly or indirectly identifying a person.
1.10. User - a personal data subject who has access to the site via the Internet and uses the site https://aksigo.com/.
1.11. Website - a website located at: https://aksigo.com/, belonging to the site Administration on the Internet.
2. General Provisions
2.1. This policy is a public agreement under which the user confirms their consent to the conditions listed below.
This policy applies only to this site. The site administration does not control and is not responsible for third party sites to which the User can click on the links available on the Site.
2.2. This Policy applies to all Personal Data that is collected by the site administration in relation to our Services.
The Policy applies to personal data obtained both before and after the entry into force of this Policy.
2.4. The site administration does not verify the authenticity of personal data provided by the user and does not have the opportunity to evaluate their capabilities. However, the administration assumes that the User acts in good faith and with deliberation, provides reliable and sufficient personal information, takes all measures to keep this information updated.
2.5. By agreeing to the terms of this policy, you confirm that at the time of collecting personal data, you are notified of the persons to whom personal data is transferred, the content, and the purpose of collecting personal data. You confirm (guarantee) that the personal data that is transferred to us for processing is transferred with the consent of the owners of personal data and within the framework of legislation.
2.6. Consent to the processing of personal data can be withdrawn by the personal data subject. If a subject withdraws consent to the processing of personal data, the administration has the right to continue processing personal data without the consent of the subject of personal data on the grounds specified by law only.
2.7. The administration, which has received personal data from the user, does not assume any obligations to inform the subjects (or representatives) whose personal data has been transferred to them, about the beginning of personal data processing, since it is obliged to carry out appropriate information when entering into a contract with the subject of personal data if the user who transferred the personal data agrees to such a transfer, it is the responsibility of the user who transferred the personal data.
2.8. Your data is processed in accordance with the requirements of the law. The processing of personal data of persons located on the territory of the EU or who are citizens of the EU is regulated, in particular, by the general regulation on data protection of the EU 2016/679. Also, the legislation of other countries may set additional requirements.
2.9. No one under the age of 18 should provide any Personal Data to or on the website. We will not knowingly collect Personal Data from persons who are under 18 years of age Parents and guardians must constantly monitor the related activities of their children.
3. Composition of personal data
3.1. The site administration processes the user`s data provided to them at the request of the site administration to carry out its activities and fulfill its obligations: https://aksigo.com/.
3.2. Personal data of the user includes last name, first name, patronymic of the user, email addresses, as well as other data received from the subject of personal data during the use of the site`s functionality.
The site administration requests to provide only the personal data necessary to provide the service you have chosen, receive a newsletter, or respond to your special request/claim. At the same time, if you decide to provide us with additional personal data, we will also be able to process it with the necessary level of protection.
3.3. The site administration has the right to set requirements for the composition of personal data provided when using the site. If certain information is not marked as mandatory by the administration, its provision or disclosure is carried out by the user at their discretion.
3.4. Data that is automatically transmitted to the administration when using the site with software installed on the device: IP addresses, information about the browser and type of operating system of the device, technical characteristics of the equipment and software, date and time of access to the site.
4. The basis and purpose of personal data processing
4.1. The basis for processing personal data is:
4.1.1. Consent of the personal data subject to the processing of their data by the administration;
4.1.2. conclusion and execution of an agreement transaction when the data subject is a party to such a transaction, or for carrying out measures preceding the conclusion of an agreement on the demand of the personal data subject;
4.1.3. The need for the Administration to meet the requirements stipulated by the Legislation;
4.2. The purpose of processing personal data is:
4.2.1. Performing the functions assigned to the administration following the legislation of Poland and the GDPR;
4.2.2. collection, storage, and processing of personal data obtained on the Site within the framework of the Law and GDPR;
4.2.3. to send the user commercial (marketing) notices containing additional information about services, current promotions, and special offers related to services provided by the administration using the site;
4.2.4. identification of the personal data subject when using the site;
4.2.5. communication with the subject of personal data if necessary, including the submission of proposals, information materials, messages, information and requests, advertising, as well as processing requests of the subject of personal data;
4.2.6. improving the quality of the site, making it easier to use, developing new functionality, and improving the quality of Service;
4.2.7. improving the user`s professional skills and qualifications;
4.2.8. conducting statistical and other studies based on depersonalized data;
4.2.9. implementation by the administration of treaty obligations to the user on transactions concluded between the administration and the user or third parties in the interests of the user.
5. Basic principles of personal data processing
5.1. The processing of personal data by the administration is carried out on the basis of the following principles:
5.1.1. Lawfulness of the purposes and methods of processing personal data;
5.1.2. The integrity of the administration, as the owner of personal data, is achieved by meeting the requirements of Polish legislation and the GDPR regarding the processing of personal data;
5.1.3. Achieving specific, previously defined goals for personal data processing;
5.1.4. Compliance of the goals of personal data processing with the goals previously defined and declared when collecting personal data;
5.1.5. Accordance of the volume and type of the processed Personal data, as well as methods of processing with the purposes of Personal data processing;
5.1.6. Accuracy of Personal data, its sufficiency for the processing, inadmissibility of the processing of Personal Data, excessive towards the aims, stated for Personal data gathering;
5.1.7. Ensuring the accuracy of personal data, its sufficiency, and, if necessary, relevance to the goals of personal data processing.
5.1.8. Inadmissibility of compilation of databases containing personal data that are processed for purposes incompatible with each other;
5.1.9. Personal data shall be stored in the form that permits identification of the subject of personal data, within the term no more than it is necessary according to their processing purpose
5.1.10. The processed personal data is subject to destruction or depersonalization to achieve the processing goals or in case of loss of necessity in achieving these goals unless otherwise provided by the legislation of Poland and the GDPR.
5.1.11. We must also consider periods for which we might need to retain your personal data in order to meet our legal obligations to you or regulatory authorities.
5.1.12. Over time we can minimize the personal data that we use, or even make your data anonymous so that it can no longer be associated with you. In this case, we will be able to use this information for statistical or other purposes without further informing you, since such information ceases to be personal data.
5.2. Personal data processing is carried out by the administration for statistical or other research purposes, subject to mandatory depersonalization of personal data.
5.3. The administration does not process personal data concerning the racial or ethnic origin, political, religious or religious beliefs, membership in political parties and Professional Unions, convictions to criminal punishment, as well as data concerning health, sexual life, biometric data, and genetic data.
5.4. The processing of personal data is carried out in compliance with the conditions defined by the legislation of Poland and the GDPR.
6. Terms of personal data processing
6.1. The terms of processing personal data are determined based on the purposes of the processing, but not longer than it is determined by law.
6.2. Personal data, the processing (storage) period of which must be destructed or depersonalized, unless otherwise provided by law. Storage of personal data is carried out in a form that allows determining the subject of personal data, no longer than the purpose of processing personal data requires if the period of storage of personal data is not established by law. The processed personal data is subject to destruction or depersonalization to achieve the processing goals or in case of loss of necessity in achieving these goals unless otherwise provided by law. We must also consider periods for which we might need to retain your data to meet our legal obligations to you or regulatory authorities (according to EU Regulation 261/2004).
6.3. Over time we can minimize the personal data that we use, or even make your data anonymous so that it can no longer be associated with you. In this case, we will be able to use this information without further informing you.
7. Rights of the personal data subject
7.1. Rights of personal data subjects:
7.1.1. The right to know about the sources of collection, location of their data, the purpose of their processing, location of the personal data manager or to give authorized persons appropriate instructions to obtain this information, unless otherwise provided by law;
7.1.2. The right to receive information about the conditions for granting access to personal data, including information about third parties to whom his personal data is transferred;
7.1.3. The right to access their personal data;
7.1.4. The right to receive an answer on whether their data is processed, and what exactly no later than 30 (thirty) calendar days from the date of receipt of the request, unless otherwise provided by law;
7.1.5. The right to submit a reasoned request to the administration to object to the processing of personal data;
7.1.6. The right to submit a reasoned request to change or destruct your data if the data is processed illegally or is unreliable;
7.1.7. The right to protect their data from unlawful processing and accidental loss, destruction, damage due to intentional concealment, non-provision, or untimely provision, as well as from the provision of information that is unreliable or discredits the honor, dignity, and business reputation of an individual;
7.1.8. The right to file complaints against the processing of their data to the Administration, Commissioner for Human Rights, or a court;
7.1.9. The right to apply legal remedies in case of violation of the legislation on personal data protection;
7.1.10. The right to make reservations regarding the restriction of the right to process their personal data during the consent;
7.1.11. The right to withdraw consent to the processing of personal data;
7.1.12. The administration has the right to entrust the processing of personal data to a third party with the consent of the subject of personal data unless otherwise provided by Polish law, based on an agreement concluded with the third party, which requires confidentiality and non-disclosure of personal data.
7.1.13. Representatives of state authorities (including controlling, supervising, law enforcement and other bodies) have access to personal data processed in the administration, in the scope and procedure defined by Polish law.
7.2. Other rights of personal data subjects in accordance with the GDPR:
In addition to the Polish legislation on the protection of personal data, the administration is attentive to ensuring your rights established by the GDPR. You have the right:
7.2.1. To access your data stored by us.
Under Article 15 of the GDPR, users have the right to access, which gives them the right to receive a copy of their data, as well as other additional information. This helps users understand how and why companies use their data and verify whether it is legal.
7.2.2. To require correction of incorrect, inaccurate, or incomplete personal data.
Under Article 16 of the GDPR, users have the right to correct inaccurate personal data. The user may also be able to receive incomplete personal data, although this will depend on the processing goals.
7.2.3. To have personal data erased if it is no longer necessary or if the processing is illegal.
Under Article 17 of the GDPR, users have the right to have their personal data erased. This right is also known as the "right to be forgotten". This right is not absolute and is applied under certain circumstances.
7.2.4. In certain cases, the right to demand restrictions on the processing of personal data.
Article 18 of the GDPR gives users the right to restrict the processing of their data (under certain circumstances). This means that the user may restrict the way the company processes their data. This is an alternative to the request to erase their data.
7.2.5. To withdraw your consent at any time.
The GDPR provides a specific right to withdraw consent. If possible, individuals should be able to withdraw their consent using the same method as when they gave it.
8. Implementation of personal data protection
8.1. The activity of the Administration in processing personal data in Information Systems is inextricably linked with the protection of the confidentiality of the information received as long as this does not conflict with legislation.
8.2. The personal data protection system includes organizational and (or) technical measures defined taking into account current threats to the security of personal data and information technologies used in Information Systems. The Administration updates these measures together with the introduction of new technologies if necessary.
8.3. The exchange of personal data during its processing in Information Systems is carried out through communication channels protected by technical means of Information Protection.
8.4. When processing personal data in Information Systems, the administration provides:
- carrying out measures aimed at preventing unauthorized access to personal data and (or) transferring them to persons who do not have access rights to such information;
- timely detection of unauthorized access to personal data;
- prevention of impact on the technical means of automated processing of personal data, as a result of which their functioning may be disrupted;
- possibility of immediate recovery of personal data modified and destroyed as a result of unauthorized access to it;
- constant monitoring of the level of personal data security.
8.5. Concerning personal information, privacy is maintained, except for cases when the technology of the online service or the settings of the software used by the user provide for an open exchange of information with other users of the online service or with any internet users.
8.6. The administration implements the following requirements of Polish legislation in the field of personal data:
- personal data privacy requirements;
- requirements for ensuring the enforcement of their rights by the subject of personal data;
- requirements for ensuring the accuracy of personal data, and if necessary, relevance to the purposes of personal data processing (with the adoption (provision of acceptance) of measures to delete or clarify incomplete or inaccurate data);
- requirements to protect personal data from illegal or accidental access to it, destruction, distortion, blocking, copying, providing, distributing personal data, as well as from other illegal actions concerning personal data;
- other requirements of the law.
8.7. Following the law, the administration independently determines the composition and list of measures necessary and sufficient to ensure the fulfillment of obligations provided for by law in the field of personal data from unauthorized or illegal processing and irreparable loss, destruction, or damage.
The administration adheres to the principle of minimizing personal data. We process only the necessary information about you or the information that you, with your consent, provide more than the necessary processing. In addition, we have configured all the interfaces of the online service and applications for providing services so that the maximum possible privacy is observed, the settings of which can be adjusted at your discretion. When transferring personal data to state bodies, we always use the most secure and proven ways to transfer such data.
9.Cookies and Other Tracking Technologies.
9.2. Cookies - are text files that are saved in the Internet browser or by the Internet Browser when visiting the site. The cookie file contains a characteristic set of characters that allows you to perform unique browser identification when you re-access the site. Our cookies do not identify an individual user, but only identify the computer or mobile device that you use.
9.4. We would like to inform you that you can set up a ban on cookies and other tracking technologies in your Internet browser settings. At the same time, you should understand that if you disable some cookies, the functionality of the site may be limited and you will not be able to use all its advantages, as well as possible incorrect operation.
9.5. By continuing to use our Site, you are agreeing to the placement of cookies to analyze the use of the site. If you do not want to accept cookies, you will need to stop using the site.
10.1. This Policy may be changed or terminated by the administration unilaterally without prior notice to users, including if this is required by applicable law. The new version of the policy comes into force from the moment it is posted on the site unless otherwise provided by the new version of the policy. Therefore, we ask you to visit the site: https://aksigo.com/ to make sure that you have up-to-date information.
11. Who can you contact to protect your data.
If you have any questions, comments, complaints or wishes regarding the protection and processing of personal data, you can contact the director of AKSIGO LLC (registration number: 1132992134), legal address: Chodakowska street, 53/57/22A, 03-816, Warsaw, Poland; email@example.com.
Be sure to include your first and last name, email address, as well as detailed questions, comments, complaints, or requests in all correspondence.