I. Processing of personal data
Complying with the obligation resulting from the provisions of Articles 12-14 of the Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) 2016/679 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, we would like to inform you that:
- Administrator of the personal data
The administrator of your personal data is UNI-MEBEL spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością spółka komandytowa, with the registered office in Szczecin 70-856, at ul. Cynkowa 1, entered into the Central Business Register and Information Service, REGON 321528646, NIP 955-23-56-656.
- Inspector of data protection
The inspector of data protection appointed by the Administrator holds an office at the registered office of the Administrator, at the following address:
– UNI–MEBEL sp. z o.o. sp.k., ul. Cynkowa 1, 70-856 Szczecin, NIP: 955-23-56-656, REGON: 321528646
– AM UNI–MEBEL sp. z o.o. sp.k. z siedzibą w Szczecinie, ul. Cynkowa 1, 70-856 Szczecin, NIP: 955-23-56-662, REGON: 321528675
with e-mail address email@example.com, telephone number: +48 607 180 259 or +48 91 880 80 29
- Purposes of processing of personal data Processing of your personal data may take place for the following purposes:
a) The purpose of processing: All activities related to preparation, conclusion, proper implementation and termination of contracts.
The period of processing: Until the end of the contract, and after this time, for other purposes related to the contract, such as the period of securing possible claims.
The legal basis: The Regulation, Article 6, section 1, item b).
b) The purpose of processing:
All activities related to preparation, conclusion, proper implementation and termination of contracts which you are not a party to.
The period of processing: Until the end of the contract, and after this time, for other purposes related to the contract, such as the period of securing possible claims
The legal basis: The Regulation, Article 6, section 1, item f).
c) The purpose of processing: Implementation of activities carried out on the basis of granted consents, such as: informing about the Administrator and its business activities, marketing implemented via electronic channels and telephone, preparing and sending ordered commercial offers, responses to messages sent via the Administrator’s website.
The period of processing: Until the consents are withdrawn.
The legal basis: The Regulation, Article 6, section 1, item a). With reference to the situation of paragraph 3, items a-b, providing personal data is voluntary, however, necessary to achieve the indicated purposes.
- Sources of obtaining personal data
We process your personal data obtained directly from you (e.g. the data provided on the forms), as well as obtained from other sources available to the public, such as the National Court Register (KRS), Central Business Register and Information Service (CEIDG) and the National Business Registry (REGON) database.
- Recipients of personal data
The recipients of your personal data may include:
a) Public authorities or entities authorized to request access or receive the personal data on the basis of legal provisions,
b) Entities entrusted by the Administrator to the processing of the personal data based on the concluded agreements, e.g. accounting offices, law firms, providers of courier services, providers of IT services and other services that process the data on behalf of the Administrator,
c) Entities in relation to which you have agreed to share and process your personal data. The administrator will not transfer your personal data to a third country or an international organization.
- Period of storing the data
Your personal data will be stored for the period of cooperation with you or the Entity you represent. After expiry of this period, during the period of limitation of claims related to this cooperation, or for the period necessary to fulfil the obligations imposed by generally applicable laws. Your personal data processed on the basis of the consent will be stored for the period of its validity, i.e. until it is withdrawn. After expiry of this period, for a period necessary to perform duties imposed by generally applicable laws.
You have the right to:
a) Request access to the personal data concerning you,
b) Request correction of the personal data concerning you,
c) Request to remove or limit processing of the personal data concerning you,
d) Object to processing of the personal data concerning you,
e) Request to transfer the personal data concerning you,
f) File a complaint to the Supervisory Body (the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection, formerly the Inspector General for the Protection of Personal Data) The detailed scope of your rights as a person to whom the personal data relate falls within Chapter III of the GDPR.
- Automated decision making
Your personal data will be processed in an automated or semi-automated manner. However, they will not be used to make decisions that rely solely on the automated processing, including profiling.
- Changes in the policy
The Administrator reserves the right to change this policy and update it.
II. Cookie files policy
“Cookies” are small text files containing IT data stored on the users’ devices that are intended for the use of websites. “Cookies” allow, among others, display websites tailored to individual preferences and, most often, contain the address of a website, the storage time on the user’s device and their own unique identifier.
We use session (temporary) Cookies and permanent Cookies. The session cookies are stored on the user’s device to log out from a website or disable a web browser. On the other hand, “Cookies” are permanently stored for a defined time, which is determined by the parameter contained in the “Cookies”.
We use the information contained in the “Cookies” to, among others, provide access to various types of tools and functionality of a website and to collect general statistical data. This allows us to identify the way users use the website and gives us the possibility to improve its structure and content. We emphasize that the personal data collected using “Cookies” are encrypted in a way that prevents unauthorized access to them. They also prevent personal identification of the user.
In a web browser, you can change the settings for “Cookies” and manually delete them. The specific information about the use of “Cookies” and possible configurations are available in the settings, depending on the type of a web browser.
Detailed information on changing the settings for “Cookies” and their self-removal in the most popular web browsers are available in the help section of the web browser and on the following websites::