Data Controller and contact with the Data Controller
- Your Data Controller is Flatbook Sp. z o.o. with its registered office in Gdańsk, ul. Lecha Bądkowskiego 22/4, 80-137 Gdańsk, Poland.
- You can contact your Data Controller:
The scope of collecting data
- This website allows you to contact the Data Controller and provide them with your identification and contact data as well as with the data related to the content of this message.
- The Data Controller collects data related to your activity, as for example the time spent on the website, search terms, number of pages viewed, the date and source of the visit.
The source of data
- If you contacted the Data Controller, the data has been provided to us directly from you.
- If your data has been provided to us in connection with processing the case by the person who referred the case to the Data Controller, the source of this data is the person in question. In such case, the Data Controller receives identification, address and case-related data, such as the case description.
Purpose and legal basis of personal data processing
Your data can be processed to:
- to analyse the network traffic, provide safety within the website and adapt the contents to the needs of the users based on the legitimate interest of the Data Controller (Article 6 paragraph 1 letter f of the GDPR);
- respond to your enquiries, provide you with the requested offer and correspond with you to settle the matter, on the basis of your consent and the legitimate interest of the Data Controller, i.e. to fulfil users’ requests (Article 6 paragraph 1 letter a and f of the GDPR).
Right to withdraw the consent
You may withdraw your consent to the processing of your personal data at any time by contacting the Data Controller. Yet, if you withdraw your consent, contacting you may be difficult or impossible.
Obligation or voluntariness to provide personal data
- Providing your personal data is voluntary, but necessary. Otherwise, processing your case may be difficult or even impossible.
- Providing data necessary for the statistical analysis of the Website Users.
You may use the so-called incognito mode to browse the website without providing the Data Controller with the information on your visit to the Website. Using the incognito mode, and thus not providing data, does not affect your ability to use the Website.
Your rights under the GDPR in the scope of processing your data
You may request to:
- inspect your personal data and to get a copy thereof (Article 15 of the GDPR);
- rectify or correct your personal data (Article 16 of the GDPR) – in relation to rectifying your personal data if you notice your data is incorrect or incomplete;
- remove your personal data (Article 17 of the GDPR);
- restrict the processing of your personal data (Article 18 of the GDPR) – if you notice that your data is incorrect, you may restrict the processing of your personal data for such a time period which allows to check the correctness of this data;
- lodge a complaint with the President of the Personal Data Protection Office in connection with processing your personal data by the Data Controller.
Recipients of your personal data
The recipients of your personal data may be only and exclusively entities entitled to claim personal data under the law. Moreover, your personal data may be disclosed to couriers, postal operators, hosting providers, mail servers and entities processing personal data on behalf of the Data Controller.
Your personal data shall be stored until you withdraw your consent or settle the matter in question, and then thereafter until the expiry of the limitation period of claims related to their execution. The data related to the network traffic analysis collected via cookies and similar technologies can be stored until cookies expire. Some cookies never expire, and thus, the data retention storage will be equivalent to the time necessary for the Data Controller to fulfil the purposes of data collection, such as ensuring security and analysing historical data related to the website traffic.
Transferring personal data to third countries or international organisations
Your personal data shall not be transferred to third countries or any international organisations.
Using cookies and similar technologies
The information acquired via cookies and any other technologies of a similar sort is not connected with any other data of the Website Users and is not used by the Data Controller to identify the user. The user may change the settings of their browser and block certain types of cookies and other technologies by defining for example that only and exclusively those cookies which are necessary to display the website properly shall be allowed. Most browsers allow all cookies by default, but the user may change the settings at any time. The user may change the settings to disable cookies or remove these cookies which are already installed. Every browser allows the users to do it through one of the options available in the settings or preferences. The user may also use the website in the so-called incognito mode, which blocks collecting data about their visit.
Using the website without changing the settings of your browser, i.e. if cookies and similar technologies are not disabled, means accepting their use for the purposes given above.
The Data Controller does not use the information obtained for marketing purposes.