Personal Data Administrator
The Administrator of Users’ personal data is PGK – Centrum spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością with its registered office in Poznań (KRS: 0000102080), ul. Marcelińska 90, 60-324 Poznań (hereinafter referred to as the “Administrator”). Users can contact the Administrator in the following ways:
Purposes of personal data processing and legal basis for processing
Users’ personal data will be processed for the following purposes and based on the following legal grounds:
Responding to inquiries submitted by Users and contacting Users regarding the matters they have addressed to the Administrator, using, among others, the contact form or sending a message to the Administrator’s email address. The legal basis for data processing is the legitimate interest of the Administrator (Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR), consisting of the need to respond to Users’ inquiries. Contacting Users regarding ongoing matters, particularly in the scope of executing agreements between the Administrator and the User, the User’s employer, or the entity represented by the User, presenting offers, receiving orders and commissions, and providing answers to queries. The legal basis for data processing is the legitimate interest of the Administrator (Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR), consisting of the need for ongoing contact with the Administrator’s counterparties. Execution of agreements concluded between the Administrator and the User, the User’s employer, or the entity represented by the User, including accepting and executing orders, placing orders, concluding contracts, performing accounting activities, accounting services, debt collection. The legal basis is the necessity of executing the agreement or taking actions prior to concluding the agreement with the User (Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR), as well as the legitimate interest of the Administrator (Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR), consisting of the need for proper execution of agreements with counterparties. Fulfillment of legal obligations incumbent on the Administrator, in particular resulting from tax law provisions (legal basis – Article 6(1)(c) of the GDPR). Establishing, securing, and pursuing any claims on both the side of the Administrator and the User. The legal basis is the legitimate interest of the Administrator (Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR), consisting of the possibility of establishing, pursuing, or defending claims. Data recipients (categories of recipients)
Users’ personal data may be made available to external entities providing services to the Administrator, such as legal, auditing, and accounting services, as well as IT service providers, including email service providers. The Administrator may only provide personal data to entities with which it has a data processing agreement. Users’ personal data will not be transferred to a third country or international organization.
Retention period for personal data
We will retain Users’ data for the time necessary to achieve the above-mentioned purposes. If:
Users’ personal data are processed in connection with the performance of an agreement concluded with the User, their employer, or the entity represented by the User, we will retain them for the duration of the agreement and to the extent necessary – for 5 years from the end of the calendar year in which the payment deadline for the tax due in connection with the conclusion and execution of the agreement expires, or longer if required by applicable law; The User has contacted the Administrator – their data will be processed for the time necessary for the purpose of contacting the User and for a period of 1 year after the contact has ended. If Users’ personal data are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were processed, the Administrator will retain them solely for the purpose of establishing, pursuing, or defending claims on both the side of the Administrator and the User, for periods of limitation of claims specified in the provisions of law.
Consequences of not providing personal data
Except in cases where providing personal data is a legal requirement, providing personal data is entirely voluntary, but failure to provide such data may hinder or prevent us from achieving the purposes set forth above.
Information about automated decision-making
Users’ data will not be processed in an automated manner, including profiling.
Rights related to the processing of personal data
Users have the following rights related to the processing of personal data:
The right to access personal data, the right to request correction, deletion, or limitation of personal data processing, unless these rights are excluded or limited by law. The right to object to the processing of personal data due to the User’s particular situation – in cases when personal data are processed based on our legitimate interest. The right to data portability, i.e., the right to receive personal data in a structured, commonly used, machine-readable format. The User may transmit this data to another data controller or request that we transfer the data to another data controller. However, we will do so only if such transfer is technically possible. The right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority – the President of the Personal Data Protection Office. Other rights arising from generally applicable provisions of law. To exercise the above rights, please contact us.
Cookies are internet data, especially text files, stored on the end device (computer, mobile phone, tablet) of the User. They primarily contain the name of the website of their origin, a unique number, and the duration of storage on the end device. Cookies provide the Administrator with statistical information about User traffic, User activity, and the use of the Service. They allow for the customization of content and services to User preferences.
The term “cookie” refers to cookies and other similar tools described in Directive 2009/136/EC of the European Parliament on the processing of personal data and the protection of privacy in the electronic communications sector (Directive on privacy and electronic communications) and Article 173 of the Telecommunications Act.
What are cookies used for?
The cookie mechanism is not used to obtain any information about Users except for information about their behavior on the Service’s websites. The Administrator stores cookies on Users’ computers to: properly adjust the Service to the needs of Users and optimize the use of websites; remember User preferences and individual settings, recognize the User’s device, and display a website adapted to their needs (full version, mobile version of the website); create statistics of Service views, which help understand how Users use the websites, allowing for the improvement of their structure and content; maintain User sessions (after logging in), so that Users do not have to re-enter their login and password on each subpage of the Service; save shopping cart data in an online store so that they are not lost when the Service is revisited. What types of cookies do we have?
Two main types of cookies are used within the Service:
“session” cookies and “persistent” cookies. “Session” cookies are temporary files stored on the User’s end device until logging out, leaving the website, or closing the software (web browser). “Persistent” cookies are stored on the User’s end device for the period specified in the cookie parameters or until they are deleted by the User.
The following types of cookies are used within the Service:
“essential” cookies, allowing the use of services available within the Service, e.g., authentication cookies used for services requiring authentication within the Service; cookies used to ensure security, e.g., used to detect abuses in the scope of authentication within the Service; “performance” cookies, allowing the collection of information about the way websites of the Service are used; “functional” cookies, allowing for “remembering” User-selected settings and personalizing the User interface, e.g., in terms of the chosen language or region from which the User comes, font size, appearance of the website, etc. How to block cookies?
In many cases, web browsers allow the storage of cookies on Users’ end devices by default. Users of the Service can change cookie settings at any time, e.g., to block automatic handling of cookies or to be informed about their placement on the User’s end device each time. Detailed information on the possibilities and ways of handling cookies are available in the browser settings or on the following websites: