I. General provisions
II. Purpose and scope of data collection
III. Basis for data processing
IV. Right to control, access and correct one’s data
V. “Cookie” Files
VI. Final provisionsI. GENERAL PROVISIONS
1. Personal data collected at the Website https://viralstat.com are administered by VIRALSEED Sp. z o.o. [VIRALSEED LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY] entered in the Commercial Register kept by the District Court for Wroclaw – Fabryczna in Wroclaw, VI Commercial Division of National Court Register under no. [NCR]: 000431347, VAT Number: PL8971784557, Company Number: 021958221, place of business and service address: Minska 38/200, 54-610 Wroclaw, Poland, e-mail address: [email protected], hereinafter referred to as “Administrator”, which is also the Service Provider.
2. Personal data of the Customer are processed according to the Personal Data Protection Act of August 29th 1997 (Journal of Laws No. 133, item 883, as amended) and the Act on Rendering Electronic Services of July 18th 2002 (Journal of Laws No. 144, item 1204, as amended).
3. The Administrator takes special care to protect the interests of data subjects, and specifically ensures that the data that he collects are:
a) processed lawfully,
b) collected for specified and lawful purposes and not submitted to further processing which is incompatible with those purposes,
c) relevant and adequate to the purposes for which they are processed, and stored in a form which permits identification of the data subjects no longer than it is necessary for the purposes for which they are processed.
II. PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF DATA COLLECTION
1. Personal data of Customers collected by the Administrator are used for marketing purposes, contacting the Customer and other actions connected with the Customer’s activity on the Website https://viralstat.com.
2. The Administrator processes the following personal data of the Customers:
a) Name and Surname, Company Name
b) VAT No.
c) Company No.
d) Address (street and number of home/dwelling, postal code, town),
e) E-mail address
3. The Administrator can process the following data characterizing the way in which the Customer uses the electronically supplied services (operating data):
a) Indicators identifying the termination of the telecommunication network or the computer system which the Customer used.
b) Information about the start, termination and scope of each use of the electronic service by the Customer.
c) Information about the use of the electronic services by the Customer.
4. Providing the personal data referred to in the point 2 is necessary for the Service Provider to provide electronic services within the Website.
III. BASIS FOR DATA PROCESSING
1. The use of the Website and entering into electronic services agreements via the Website, which involves the need to provide personal data, is entirely voluntary. It is the data subject’s autonomous decision whether to start using the electronic services rendered by the Service Provider in accordance with the Regulations.
2. According to the Art. 23 of the Personal Data Protection Act of August 29th 1997 (Journal of Laws No. 133, item 883, as amended), processing personal data is admissible, among other things, when:
a) the data subject agrees on that, except in the case of removing data concerning him or her
b) it is necessary for performing an agreement in which the data subject is a party or it is necessary for taking action before entering into an agreement at the data subject’s behest.
3. Processing personal data by the Administrator always takes place within the basis of admissibility of their processing mentioned in Point 2. Data processing shall be connected with the performance of an agreement or the necessity to take action before entering into an agreement at the data subject’s behest (point 2b). In addition, before entering into an electronic services agreement via the Website, the future Customer is informed that he shall accept the Regulations.
IV. RIGHT TO CONTROL, ACCESS AND CORRECT ONE’S DATA
1. The Customer is allowed to access his or her personal data and correct them.
2. Each data subject has the right to control the processing of data stored in the database of the Administrator, and specifically the right to demand complementation, updating and rectification of the personal data, temporal or permanent suspension of their processing or their removal, if they are incomplete, outdated, untrue or they were collected in breach of the Act, or they are no longer required for the purpose for which they were collected.
3. In order to exercise the rights referred to in Points 1 and 2 send an appropriate e-mail message to [email protected]
V. “COOKIE” FILES
1. The Website of the Service Provider uses “cookie” files. If the Customer does not change the browser settings, it means that he agrees on the use of “cookie” files.
2. The installation of “cookie” files is necessary to render the services on the Website correctly. “Cookie” files contain information which is essential for the Website to operate correctly, especially when authorization is required.
3. There are three types of “cookie” files used within the Website: “session cookies”, “permanent cookies” and “analytics cookies”.
a) “Session cookies” are temporary files that are stored in the Customer’s device until logging out (leaving the Website).
b) “Permanent cookies” are stored in the Customer’s device for the time specified in the ”cookie” files parameters or until they are deleted by the User.
c) “Analytics cookies” allow better insight into the Customer’s interaction within the Website and better organization of its layout. “Analytics cookies” store information about the way in which Customers use the Website, the type of the website from which the Customer was redirected, the number of Customer’s visits on the website and their time. This information does not record any specific personal data of the Customer, but they are used to produce statistics of the use of the Website.
4. The User has a right to decide on the extent to which the “cookie” files have an access to his or her computer by choosing it previously in the browser window. Detailed information about the possibility and ways of using “cookie” files are available in the software settings (of the browser).
VI. FINAL PROVISIONS
1. The Administrator uses technical and organizational measures which assure the protection of processed personal data appropriately to dangers and the category of the protected data, and specifically protects the data from being disclosed to unauthorized persons, taken by unauthorized persons, processed in breach of binding regulations and being changed, lost, destroyed or damaged.
2. The Service Provider provides appropriate technical measures which prevent personal data transmitted electronically from being obtained and modified by unauthorized persons.