Privacy and cookies policy

PRIVACY POLICY

Your privacy is important to us. We process it in accordance with the principles set in Polish law, including the provisions of the General Regulation on the Protection of Personal Data (GDPR).
The purpose of this Privacy Policy is to clarify the principles on which personal data provided to us is processed and to discuss your basic rights related to the processing of personal data by us.
The administrator of personal data is PND FUTURA Spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością sp.k. with its registered office in Wrocław (53-332), ul. Powstańców Śl. 125/204, NIP: 8992850466, REGON: 381275300.
We have not appointed a Data Protection Officer, but in all matters regarding data processing, you can contact us by the email: office [@] pndfutura.pl.
General principles and the rules governing the processing of personal data provide a framework that ensures that personal data is used in the right way. We undertake to ensure that personal data is:
  1. processed fairly, lawfully and transparently;
  2. correct, relevant and not excessive;
  3. accurate and current – inaccurate or incomplete personal data will be corrected or deleted or their further processing will be suspended;
  4. stored for no longer than necessary;
  5. processed only for a specified, explicit and legitimate purpose and for the purpose for which they are collected;
  6. safe;

Types of personal data

We will collect and process personal data provided to us through various communication channels, including our website, in many ways. Some personal data is necessary for us to offer our services, while providing other data is voluntary.
Transfer of personal data and conclusion of contracts with PND FUTURA Sp. z o.o. Sp. k. is tantamount to a permit for processing and use by PND FUTURA Sp. z o.o. Sp. k. this data to the extent specified in the information below and is a condition for the provision of services by PND FUTURA Sp. z o.o. Sp. k.
The recipients of your personal data will only be entities authorized to obtain personal data under the law and entities participating in the implementation of services.
We always inform you which personal data are required (e.g. by marking them with an asterisk (*)) and what consequences will result from not providing us with this data – such a situation may, for example, result in the inability to (fully) fulfill your requests. The personal data we collect and process can be broadly divided into the following categories:
  1. identification, such as name, job title, place of work etc.
  2. contact details: e-mail address, phone number, work and home addresses;
  3. information about the user, for example technical data regarding use and browsing, including IP addresses from which Internet users visit our website.
In addition, we will process the following information for recruitment through our website:
  1. about skills;
  2. education and professional experience;
  3. on the results of the evaluation carried out as part of the recruitment process;
  4. about sex and age.

The purposes of processing personal data

We process personal data for lawful purposes and generally only do so if:
  1. the person has consented to the processing of data;
  2. data processing is necessary for the performance of the contract;
  3. data processing is necessary to fulfill our legal obligation;
  4. data processing is necessary for the purposes of our legitimate interests or legitimate interests of external entities and is not considered harmful to the person whose data we are processing, including our interests in the context of developing, evaluating, offering our services, establishing, developing and maintaining relationships business with our customers, suppliers and other business contacts.

We process personal data to:

  1. facilitate the use of our website and services, and contact them as part of standard service;
  2. provide broadly understood customer service;
  3. recruit employees for vacant positions.

Disclosure, transfer and disclosure of personal data to external entities

Our disclosure and transfer of personal data to external entities is minimized and depends on the existence of an adequate level of data protection.
We reserve the right to disclose or disclose personal data to external entities in the following circumstances:
  1. when external entities provide services on our behalf, e.g. IT support and hosting, recruitment, administrative services, etc. Such external entities may process disclosed, transferred or made available personal data only on the terms specified by us and on the basis of a written processing agreement data;
  2. legal advisers – to establish, exercise or defend our rights or as a subcontractor of services;
  3. in a situation where the user has given prior consent to disclose his personal data to external entities.
If the recipient of personal data is located in a country outside the EU / EEA, which does not provide an adequate level of data protection, personal data of users will be sent to such recipient only after entering into a written agreement with him on the transfer of data based on standard contractual clauses adopted by the European Commission.

User consent

Some of our information processing activities will be based on your consent. In this case, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time. If you withdraw your consent, we will stop processing your personal data, unless their further processing or storage is allowed or required by applicable Polish law. Please note that withdrawal of consent will not affect the lawfulness of the data processing process before its withdrawal. Furthermore, withdrawal of consent may, as a consequence, prevent us from fulfilling your expectations or providing services.

Your rights

You have the right to check which of your personal data we process at any time. For this purpose, you can write to us at the addresses indicated at the beginning of the Privacy Policy. As a rule, we will send you an e-mail reply.
You can also request to update or correct your data.
You have the right to delete your personal data that we process at any time. The exceptions are situations when:
  1. we process your data for accounting (reporting) purposes or for the execution of orders binding us.
  2. we suspect that your actions may cause claims against you.
You also have the right to object to the processing of your data to the extent that we do it based on the so-called legitimate interest. We will then stop processing your personal data. We will not do this if, under the law, your interest or your rights are annulled or you have legal claims against you. In this case, we will inform you about it.
You have the right to unsubscribe from our newsletter at any time. You can do it in the email with the last newsletter (at the end of it there is a link which after clicking cancels the further sending of newsletters) or by writing to us at the addresses indicated at the beginning of the Privacy Policy.
If you think that we process your personal data incorrectly, you have the right to lodge a complaint to the supervisory body, i.e. the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection.
We store data related to your service orders until your or our claims related to the given order expire.
We store the data needed for accounting or tax settlements for as long as required by the accounting or tax regulations.
We will store your data for direct marketing purposes until you withdraw your consent.
We store the data provided in the recruitment process for a period of 3 months after its completion, unless you have agreed to participate in future recruitment processes – then for a period of 12 months from the moment you provide us with the data.

 

Data source

We received your data from you e-mail, telephone contact or via contact forms from PND FUTURA websites, i.e. www.pndfutura.pl, www.foto.pndfutura.pl, www.digital.pndfutura.pl, www.pndfutura.com, and from external websites such as www.linkedin.pl and other websites through which you have sent us a message or provided your data for contact purposes regarding the service.

 

Content of consent to the newsletter

I agree to the processing of my personal data (name, surname, e-mail address, profession, history of message opening) for marketing purposes.

 

COOKIES POLICY

  1. For the purposes of this cookie policy:
    The administrator of personal data is PND FUTURA Sp. z o.o. Sp. k., KRS No. 0000748335, REGON: 381275300, NIP: 899-285-04-66, with its registered office in Wrocław, ul. Powstańców Śląskich 125/204, Email: biuro@pndfutura.pl, hereinafter referred as the Administrator.
    The services of PND FUTURA’s Website: https://www.pndfutura.pl is run by the Data Administrator.
    User is the entity authorized to use the services.
  1. By using the services, including browsing its content, the so-called devices are saved in the memory of devices through which the User performs these activities. cookies, i.e. text files (or similar functionality) containing the information necessary for the proper use of the Website.
  2. Cookies are used on the services with the User’s consent, however, this consent may be expressed by checking consent when the Website’s start page is displayed on the device together with the appropriate settings of the web browser used by the User and which allows cookies to be saved in the device’s memory.
  3. The user has the option of deleting cookies after each use of the Website, may also limit or completely disable saving cookies in the device memory by setting the appropriate browser settings.
  4. Restrictions introduced by the User in the use of cookies may hinder or prevent the use of the full functionality of the services.
  5. The Administrator does not use cookies to influence the functioning of Users’ devices.
  6. Cookies, depending on their type, enable the Administrator in particular:
    Ensuring User’s safety when using the services by them,
    Acquiring non-individualized statistical data on the services,
    Research or functionality of the services meet Users’ expectations,
    Adjusting the content of the services to the needs of Users,
    Adjusting the functionality of the Website to the needs of Users,
    Remembering the Users’ preferred settings.
  1. In the course of providing services, the Administrator uses:
    “Cookie” files of a temporary nature, which are deleted after the User terminates the use of the services (closing the page),
    Permanent cookies that remain in the device’s memory for a specified period of time and are used each time the User uses the services.
  1. The administrator uses the following types of “cookies”:
    Cookies enabling Users to use the Website’s functionality.
    Cookies responsible for shopping security – enabling Users to make secure orders.
    Cookies enabling remembering individual settings of the Website selected by Users.
    Utility cookies for the Administrator to obtain statistical data.
    Advertising cookies enabling delivery of advertising content tailored to their interests to Users.
  2. Google Analytics uses “cookies” to enable the Administrator to analyze traffic sources and the way visitors use it. Google collects on its servers data obtained from placing cookies on devices and uses this information to create reports and provide other services related to the movement and use of the Internet. Google may also transfer this information to third parties if it is required to do so on the basis of legal provisions or if such persons process such information on behalf of Google. If the User agrees to place Google cookies on his device, but after completing his visit to the Administrator’s page would like to delete them, he can do so in accordance with the information in the help files of his web browser.
  3. Google AdWords uses “cookies” technology to enable the Administrator to evaluate the correctness and effectiveness of conducted advertising activities using the AdWords network. Google collects on its servers data obtained from placing cookie files on devices and uses this information to create reports and provide other services related to internet traffic and use. Google may also transfer this information to third parties if it is required to do so on the basis of legal provisions or if such persons process such information on behalf of Google. If the User does not agree to place cookies on his device, he may block their placement by configuring his web browser. Information on how to do this is provided in the web browser’s help files. If you block cookies, Google Administrator cannot guarantee the proper functioning of the Website. If the User agrees to place Google cookies on his device, but after completing his visit to the Administrator’s page would like to delete them, he can do so in accordance with the information in the help files of his web browser.
  4. The administrator enables other entities to use the cookies mechanism on their websites. These include entities providing the so-called social plugins, in particular Facebook. The administrator places the Like and Recommend / Share buttons associated with Facebook on his website. To this end, code referring to Facebook is placed in the appropriate sections and pages. By using the Like button or recommending an image or section of the page, the User logs in to Facebook which has Facebook privacy policy. These rules can be found at https://web.facebook.com/about/basics/.