II. Who collects your personal data?
- The Controller of your personal data submitted before concluding the agreement, as well as in the agreement and at the stage of its performance is Elżbieta Malita, conducting business under the business name MALITA Elżbieta Malita, with its registered office in Bukowice, at ul. Jesionowa 58, 56-321 Bukowice, NIP [Tax ID No.]: 9121824549, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone number: +48 669 380 068, hereinafter referred to as: the Controller.
III. How is your personal data collected?
- If you visit the Website, the IT data concerning your visit is collected automatically, in particular:
a. IP address,
b. type of operating system,
c. browser type.
Visiting our Website alone does not require you to provide any other information or personal data.
- The collection of other data is carried out voluntarily by other means, e.g. by phone number, e-mail or through the forms used, only if you wish to provide us with such data. By these means you can provide us with your personal data, which may include:
a. name and surname,
b. email address,
c. phone number,
d. address of residence.
- In summary, we may collect and further process your personal data for the purposes of:
a. answering your inquiries (if you called, wrote to us with a question or sent a form, including a question about an offer and/or asked to prepare offers);
b. marketing your own products (if you are our Customer, we may process your data for marketing purposes within the framework of the so-called legitimate interest, on the same basis we use remarketing tools based on cookies, in other cases our marketing activity is based on your consent);
c. sending newsletters – if you have agreed to this;
d. recruitment – if you sent us your candidacy.
- The basis for our processing of your data is your request before entering into an agreement with us – if you write or call us with an inquiry. If you are our customer, the basis for the processing of your data is an agreement concluded with us. If you have expressed willingness to receive the newsletter or you have consented to our marketing contact by phone, the basis for our processing of your data is your consent.
- Your data is transferred by us to an accounting firm for settlement purposes – if you are our customer. Your data is transferred to shipping and transport companies. If you subscribed to the newsletter, your data will be forwarded to the company providing email marketing and CRM services.
- We will process your data until we have finished our correspondence on the subject or until the agreements concluded between us have been fulfilled, the claims arising therefrom and the provisions of law imposed on us (e.g. under accounting and tax laws) have become time-barred. As far as the newsletter or your consent for commercial phone contact is concerned, we will process your data as long as you do not withdraw your consent;
- You have the right to access, correct, delete or reduce the extent to which we process your data at any time. You can also always object to the processing of your personal data for marketing purposes;
- At any time you can request your data to be transferred to another data controller;
- You have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority (President of the Data Protection Office) about the processing of your personal data;
- Providing your details to us is usually voluntary. The data is required for the agreement to be fulfilled. Furthermore, it is necessary to provide your email address if you want to receive newsletters, information about product updates.
- Your personal data is processed pursuant to the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council 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 (hereinafter referred to as the GDPR) and other generally applicable provisions of law.
- Submitting your personal data is not obligatory but a failure to submit shall result in both conclusion and execution of the Agreement being impossible.
IV. How does the collection of data to subscribe to the newsletter look like?
- If you subscribe to the newsletter and agree to receive it, please provide the necessary data and email address to which information from us will be sent.
- You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking on the unsubscribe link in the footer of each newsletter.
- Your data are not used by us to make decisions based on automated data processing which could affect your legal situation or have other similarly important consequences for you. On the other hand, a modern system for email marketing allows to analyse the actions of the recipients after receiving a message from us. This allows better adapt the content of the newsletter to your interests. You may oppose such processing of your data by us at any time.
V. How does the collection of data to subscribe to messages on Messenger look like?
- 1. When you initiate a conversation with Malita Just Wood on Facebook and through the Messenger application, your data is processed for the purpose of:
a. conducting and supporting a conversation.
b. informing about offers and other events.
- Your data is processed through the Messenger application.
- You can request to delete your data at any time by entering the word “stop” in the Messenger application or by writing to email@example.com.
VI. What other technologies do we use on the sites?
A. Statistical analyses of our website
- We use various tools that allow us to collect statistical data to understand how users use our service and how we can improve it for them. The data we receive from these tools is aggregated statistical data and do not give us information about a specific person. Some of the tools (e.g. HotJar) allow us to know how the site was used by a random user, but they are not able to indicate that person and do not provide data that would allow us to identify that person.
- The tools we use include Google Analytics. They use the “cookies” technology to enable the presentation of reliable data.
- The authors of these tools may collect on their servers data obtained from placing cookies on the devices and use this information to create reports and provide other services related to traffic and Internet use.
- The companies that are the authors of these tools may also transfer this information to third parties if they are required to do so by law or if they process the information on behalf of a particular company.
- This data is only for statistical analysis and therefore the data from the cookies is not combined in any way to other data you provide us with.
- The Google Analytics and similar tools used by us do not constitute processing of your personal data.
B. Google AdWords and other Google tools – behavioural advertising
- Google AdWords and other Google tools use the “cookies” technology, meaning text files that placed on your device, to remember which websites were visited from that device.
- Google collects the information generated by the cookie files on its servers and uses this information to place advertisements on other websites that you visit.
- We, as advertisers using Google services, do not have access to the cookie data stored on your device, but we can place advertisements to recipients of our choice, e.g. all persons who have visited our website in the last 7 days.
- Google may also transfer this information to third parties if it is required to do so by law or where such third parties process the information on Google’s behalf.
- This data constitutes only statistical material for us and we only order advertisements on the basis of aggregate criteria (to specific target groups and not to a specific user), so that the data from the cookies is not combined in any way with other data you provide us with.
- The Google Adwords and similar tools used by us do not constitute processing of your personal data.
C. Facebook Pixel conversion tracking
- Our website may use the so-called “Facebook Pixel conversion tracking” of the social network Facebook to manage ads on Facebook and Instagram and to carry out remarketing activities.
- The Facebook Pixel is designed to track the visits and behaviour of users navigating the website. This allows us to order ads on the Facebook portal to those people who have been on the website (remarketing) or on individual subpages of websites.
- Then we receive only statistical data regarding the effectiveness of advertisements from Facebook, without reference to specific people. In this way we can check the effectiveness of ads on Facebook and Instagram for statistical and market research purposes.
- If you have an account on Facebook or Instagram, we pay attention to the data protection information on the pages: https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/ and https://help.instagram.com/155833707900388.
VII. Do you have access to your personal data? Can you withdraw your prior consent to receive commercial information?
- Remember that you have access to your personal data at any time. You can receive a free copy of your personal data that we have in our possession.
- You can also always get information from us regarding :
a. the purpose of processing your personal data,
b. what kind of data we process,
c. to whom we are providing your data,
d. for how long we plan to keep your data,
- You have the right to:
a. correct your data,
b. delete or restrict your data if it is no longer needed for the purposes for which it has been provided to us, or if you have withdrawn your consent to the processing of your data or object to the processing of your data for marketing purposes.
- You can withdraw your consent for receiving commercial information by email and/or consent for marketing contact by phone at any time. You can withdraw your consent by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the footer of each message we send in our newsletter you will also find contact information, deactivation information or a deactivation link to unsubscribe from the mailing list.
- You can also completely object to the processing of your data for marketing purposes;
VIII. Is your personal data protected?
- Your data is protected by us, by applying organisational and technical measures that are necessary and appropriate to prevent the risk of your rights or freedoms being violated.
- In particular, we protect your personal data against unauthorised access, as well as against damage or loss.
IX. Final provisions.