Personal data protection
Processing of personal data of Users of the Procurimo Web Service
Personal data shall include all information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person.
The Service collects and keeps personal data according to Regulation 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 (General Data Protection Regulation) and the Act of 18 April 2002 on provision of electronic services (“GDPR”).
Registration with the Service and provision of personal data thereat is voluntary, however, it is required for registration of User Account and use of the Newsletter service. The Newsletter service is available to registered Users of the Service only.
Categories of personal data
For the purpose of the services rendered by Hiarte Media Sp. z o.o. (“Hiarte”) as part of the Service, personal data of Users, including but not limited to: email address, first name, surname, residence address, NIP (taxpayer ID no.), image, will be subject to processing. For the needs of the Newsletter service only email address will be processed.
The data controller is:
Hiarte Media Sp. z o.o.
Poland, 90-562 Lodz, Łąkowa 7b
KRS (National Court Register) number: 0000786366
Basis and purpose of personal data processing
Right of access, right to rectify and right to delete personal data
The User shall be entitled to access and rectify its personal data provided to Hiarte at the time of registration with the Service, in the “My account” section available to the User after it logs in to the Service. To delete the email address of the account owner you need to contact our team. Deleting the email address of the account owner means delete of entire account. To delete an email address provided for the needs of the Newsletter service, the User shall connect to Hiarte’s website through a link that can be found at the bottom of each message sent as part of the service.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, each registered User of the Service may address Hiarte directly to request access to its personal data, to rectify or delete it, to limit processing thereof or object to the processing of personal data, and to exercise its right of data portability.
For the exercise of its rights related to personal data processing, each person whose personal data is subject to processing in connection with using the Service should contact Hiarte by email at:firstname.lastname@example.org or by post at the following address: Hiarte Media Sp. z o.o. Poland, 90-562 Lodz, Łąkowa 7b
The User may lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority competent for personal data protection matters.
Personal data of Users is not used for profiling.
Right to object
The User shall be entitled to object to the processing of its personal data at any time. If the User uses its right to object, the Data Controller shall discontinue processing of its personal data, unless it is able to demonstrate that the Data Controller has legitimate grounds for the processing of User’s personal data, which override any interests, rights and freedoms of the User or the User’s personal data is essential for determination, pursuing or defending any claims.
The User shall be entitled to object to the processing of its personal data for the purpose of sending the Newsletter, at any time. If the User chooses to use that right, the Data Controller shall discontinue processing of its personal data for that purpose.
Personal data security
Subject to the following sentence, Hiarte shall not transfer (sell nor lend for use) any personal data of Users to third parties.
Hiarte uses accounting and Service administration services rendered by external service providers to perform the services contained in the Service. For the foregoing reason and due to technical reasons, Hiarte shall be entitled to entrust the processing of personal data, as defined in Article 28 of GDPR, to other entity pursuant to an agreement or other legal instrument, without change of the purpose of the processing of User’s personal data stated herein. Further, all persons engaged to process personal data of Users for the needs of the Service shall have appropriate authorization granted by the Data Controller in accordance with Article 29 of GDPR.
For security reasons, if it is suspected that a User Account has been breached, e.g. through unauthorized login, it shall be promptly reported to the administrators of the Service.
Hiarte shall process personal data in accordance with appropriate procedures and in a way that guarantees security thereof.
Any data of special importance, including but not limited to passwords, shall be transmitted based on SSL.
A cookie file is a piece of data, usually in the form of a text file, stored on the User’s end device to enable the use of the Service.
Hiarte places cookie files on the User’s end device and acquires access thereto through the server that embedded them. These files contain information about the website of their origin, time of storage on the end device, and a unique number.
Purposes of use of cookie files within the Service
Hiarte uses cookie files within the Service to:
keep information about User authentication;
keep the User’s authentication token to ensure that the User stays logged in;
keep information about the language of the Service used by the User;
Cookie files management
By disabling cookie files used by Hiarte within the Service, the User will lose the ability to use the Service; by imposing any limits on the cookie files, the User may lose some of the features of the Service.
The User will not be able to manage cookie files within the Service.
Most Internet browsers by default allow for the storage of cookie files on the User’s end device and give the user an option to delete cookie files or configure cookie files that are acceptable to the User. Such features can be found in the Internet browser settings. The features available to the User depend on the Internet browser used. Disabling cookie files sent by the Service domain will prevent the User from logging in to the Service.