§1 General provisions
This Privacy and Cookie Files Policy regulates the processing of personal data gathered through the microamp-solutions.com web site. The character of this Privacy and Cookie Files Policy is onlyinformational, which means that it does not constitute any grounds for any obligations for the Users of the Website. The Privacy and Cookie Files Policy focuses on regulating the processing of personal data by the Controller of Personal Data on the Website, including the grounds, purposes and the scope of personal data processing and the rights of the individuals whom the data is regarding, as well as the information on how cookie files and analytical tools are used on the Website.The Controller of personal data as per the provisions of the laws regulating the protection of personal data is Microamp Solutions Sp. z o.o. with its registered office in Lublin, in Szkolna 15 St., Lublin, VAT-ID PL9462688099, KRS 0000782319, e-mail: [email protected], (hereinafter referred to as the “Controller”) The legal grounds for the processing of personal data by the Controller are provided by the provisions of the Regulation of the European Parliament and the Council (EU) 2016/679 of April 27, 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 (General Data Protection Regulation), hereinafter referred to as the „Regulation”.The Controller shall use their best efforts to honour the privacy of the visitors to the microamop-solutions web site The Controller guarantees the confidentiality of all gathered personal data and ensures that all security and data protection means required by the provisions of the laws on personal data protection are implemented. Personal data is gathered with due care and properly secured from being accessed by any unauthorised persons. The Controller does not gather nor process any sensitive data, referred to within the Regulation as “special categories of personal data”. They also do not intend to collect nor process any data regarding any individuals below 16 years of age.
§2 Rights of the User
The User has the following rights resulting from the processing of their personal data: right of access to their own personal data -the User has the right to obtain confirmation of whether the Controller is processing their personal data and if so, they have the right to gain access to their personal data and obtain information regarding e.g.: the purpose of processing, categories of the processed data, receivers or categories of receivers of the data to whom the data has been or will be disclosed, the planned duration of storing of the personal data or any criteria upon which the duration of storing the data is depending;the above right includes also the right to obtain a single copy of the data free of charge (for every consecutive copy for which the User asks, the Controller may charge a fee in a reasonable amount resulting from any administrative costs incurred); right to rectify their own personal data (when it is incorrect), which also includes the right to have incomplete personal data completed; right to erase their own personal data (the so-called “right to be forgotten”), in the following circumstances: when the personal data of the User is no longer required for the purposes for which it has been gathered, when the User withdrew their consent for the processing of the data and no other legal grounds exist for the processing of the data, when the User objected to the processing, when the data has been processed against the law, when the data must be removed for the purpose of meeting the legal obligation arising from the Law of the European Union or the law of a member state applicable to the Controller, when the data has been gathered in relation to provision of an information society service; right to restriction of processing, when the User questions the correctness of their personal data (for the period which shall allow the Controller to verify the correctness of the data), when the processing is incompliant with the provisions of the law and the User is objecting to the erasure of the data, when the Controller no longer requires the personal data for the purposes for which it has been gathered but it is still required for the User for establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims, when the User submitted an objection to the processing -for as long as it is required to establish if legal grounds exist on the side of the Controller and are superior to the grounds for the objection of the User; right to object against the processing; right to data portability, including the right to request and receive the personal data disclosed by the user from the Controller in a structured, commonly used format allowing formachine processing, including the right to demand for the personal data to be sent by the Controller directly to another Controller (as long as it is technically possible); right to withdraw consent for the processing of personal data at any time (with the reservation that withdrawing the consent does not make any previous processing made upon consent illegal); right to lodge a complaint to the Chairman of the Data Protection Authority, in case the User thinks that the processing of their personal data violates any provisions of the Regulation.In case of any questions regarding the processing of personal data and in order to exercise the above rights one should contact the Controller via e-mail using the following address: [email protected]
§3 Entrusting the personal data
§4 Selected purposes of processing, duration of storing and scope of the stored data:
Purpose of processing: to establish contact with the Controller by e-mail. Legal grounds: Article 6 section 1 letter a) of the Regulation. The period for which the data is stored: until the moment of withdrawal of consent by the User and following the withdrawal of consent, the period of time which refers to the period after which any claims which the Controller may make, or which can be made against them expire. The scope of the processed data: e-mail address, voluntary data placed within the contents of the message by the User. The consequence of not providing the above-mentioned data is the lack of possibility to establish contact with the Controller through an e-mail message. Purpose of processing: recruitment Legal grounds: Article 6 section 1 letter a) of the Regulation. The period for which the data is stored: until the moment of withdrawal of consent by the User and following the withdrawal of consent, the period of time which refers to the period after which any claims which the Controller may make, or which can be made against them expire. The scope of the processed data: name, e-mail address, phone number, voluntary the photo and data placed within the contents of the Cover Letter and Resume by the User. The consequence of not providing the above-mentioned data is the lack of possibility to take part in the recruitment process Purpose of processing: establishing contact with the Controlled through an online form. The period for which the data is stored: until the moment of withdrawal of consent by the User and following the withdrawal of consent, the period of time which refers to the period after which any claims which the Controller may make, or which can be made against them expire. The scope of the processed data: name, e-mail address, voluntary phone number and data placed within the contents of the message by the User. The consequence of not providing the above-mentioned data is the lack of possibility to establish contact with the Controller through an online form.
§5 Network traffic analysis and cookie files, social plugins
During visits on our website, we use the so-called “cookie” files. Cookie files are small text files stored by the User’s web browser. Cookie files do not include any information which would allow direct identification of a particular User. The User may disable the use of cookie files within the settings panel of their browser, as well as remove cookie files automatically or manually from their computer. Nonetheless, be aware, that in such case our website may not work, or may not work correctly. In addition, our website uses the functions of different social media platforms (“Social Plugins”). The Social Plugins are the buttons made available on our website. Without the interference of the User those buttons to not send any data to any of the social platforms during visits to our website. Only after clicking on a given button a direct connection is made with the server of the given social media platform and it may gather data and use cookie files at that time. If a User is logged into a social media platform they may assign their visit on the microamp-solutions.com to their User account. We have no influence on the scope of data which is gathered by social media platforms following clicking of the button. Information regarding the purpose of gathering data, the scope of gathered data, their further processing and use by particular social media platforms and related user rights and possible settings with the purpose of protecting user privacy are indicated in the privacy policies of the particular social media platforms. We use social plugins from the following social media platforms:–Facebook Inc.;–Twitter Inc.;–Google Inc.;–GitHubInc.;–Microsoft Corporation.
§6 Server logs
Using our website generates requests to the server where our website is hosted. Each such request directed to the server is stored within server logs. Server logs are stored on the server. The data stored within the server logs is not ever tied to a particular person using the Website and it is not used by the Controller to identify the User. The above-mentioned data is only used for the purpose of server administration. Server logs are only auxiliary material for administering the Website and their contents are not ever disclosed to anyone other than the persons authorised to manage the server.