I. GENERAL PROVISIONS
The Administrator of personal data collected through the Website http://homefree.eu/ is HOME FOR FREE LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY entered into the register of entrepreneurs kept by the District Court in Częstochowa, XVII Economic Department of the National Court Register under the KRS number: 0000661185, NIP: 5751891663, REGON: 366455607, address of the place of business and address for service: ul. Miarki 15/3, 42-700 Lubliniec, electronic mail address (e-mail): email@example.com, hereinafter referred to as “the Administrator” and being simultaneously the Service Provider.
Personal data of the Client are processed pursuant to the Personal Data Protection Act dated August 29th 1997 (Journal of Laws No 133, item 883 as amended) and the Act on Electronically Supplied Services dated July 18th 2002 (Journal of Laws No 144, item 1204 as amended).
The Administrator shall act with due diligence in order to protect the interests of the data subjects and shall in particular assure that the data collected by them are:
processed in accordance with the law,
collected for designated objectives, that are lawful, and are not subjected to any further processing non-compliant with these objectives,
correct in terms of content and adequate in relation to the purposes for which they are processed and stored in forms allowing the identifications of the data subjects no longer than it is required to achieve the processing objective.
II. OBJECTIVE AND SCOPE OF DATA COLLECTION
Personal data of the Clients, collected by the Administrator, are used for contacting the Client, for information purposes and other operations connected with the activity of the Client on the Website http://homefree.eu/.
The Administrator shall process the following personal data of the Clients:
The Administrator can process the following data that characterize the way the Client makes use of electronically provided services (operating data):
Designations identifying the terminal of the telecommunications network or ICT system the Client was using.
Information about starting, completion and scope of each use of electronically provided services by the Client.
Information on making use of electronically provided services by the Client.
Giving personal data, referred to in clause 2, is essential in providing electronical services by the Service Provider within the Website.
III. DATA PROCESSING BASIS
Making use of the Website, concluding agreements for electronically provided services through the Website, that involve the necessity of giving personal data, is completely voluntary. The data subject shall decide independently whether he / she wants to start using electronically provided services by the Service Provider pursuant to the Regulations.
Pursuant to Article 23 of the Personal Data Protection Act dated August 29th 1997 (Journal of Laws No 133, item 883 as amended) data processing is acceptable, inter alia, if:
the data subject gives consent to it, unless the deletion of the relevant personal data is concerned,
it is necessary for the performance of the contract, if the data subject is party to the contract or if it is essential to take actions prior to the conclusion of the contract on demand of the data subject.
Processing of personal data by the Administrator always takes place within the framework of processing acceptability stipulated in clause 2. Data processing will be related to the performance of the contract or the necessity to take actions prior to the conclusion of the contract on demand of the data subject (clause 2, letter b). Moreover prior to the conclusion of contracts for rendering electronically provided services available through the Website, the prospective Client shall be informed of the necessity to approve the Regulations.
IV. THE RIGHT TO CONTROL, ACCESS TO THE CONTENTS OF OWN DATA AND THEIR CORRECTION
The Client shall have the right of access to the contents of his / her personal data and the right to correct them.
Every person shall have the right to control processing of his / her relevant data, included in the Administrator’s database, especially the right to demand their supplementation, updating, correction of personal data, temporary or permanent suspension of their processing or the deletion thereof, if they are incomplete, outdated, untrue or they were collected with the violation of the Act or they are no longer needed for the achievement of the objective for which they have been collected.
In order to exercise the rights, referred to in clause 1 and 2, an appropriate message can be sent by e-mail to the address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
V. COOKIE FILES
The installation of cookies is necessary for provision of correct services by the Website. Information required for proper functioning of the Website, especially any information requiring authorization, is included in cookies.
Within the Website three types of cookies are applied: session cookies, permanent cookies and analytical cookies.
Session cookies are temporary files, that are stored in the Client’s terminal until logging out (leaving the Website).
Permanent cookies are stored in the Client’s terminal for a time defined in the cookies parameters or until they are deleted by the Client.
Analytical cookies allow to better learn about the way of the Client’s interaction in the range of the Website content, to organize better its arrangement. Analytical cookies collect information about the way the Clients use the Website, the type of web page from which the Client was redirected, the number of visits and time of the Client’s visit to the Website. This information does not register specific personal data of the Client, but is used to develop the statistics of using the Website.
The Client has the right to decide about the cookies access to his / her computer through their prior selection in the browser window. Detailed information of the possibility and manner of handling cookies is available in software settings of the web browser.
VI. FINAL PROVISIONS
The Administrator shall apply technical and organizational measures that ensure protection of the processed personal data adequate to the risks and the category of the protected data, and in particular shall protect the data against making available to unauthorized persons, taking away by any unauthorized persons, processing with violation of binding legal provisions, and against any change, loss, damage or destruction.
The Service Provider shall make available the appropriate technical measures that prevent acquisition and modification of electronically sent personal data by unauthorized persons.