Information obligation under GDPR
Who is the data controller?
The Administrator of the Personal Data (hereinafter referred to as the Administrator) is the company “DACHPOLL Sp. z o. o.”, conducting its business at the address: ul. Kolejowa 5, 29-100 Włoszczowa, with an assigned tax identification number (NIP): 6090054504, KRS (National Business Registry Number): 0000346685, providing electronic services via the Website How can the data controller be contacted?
The Administrator can be contacted in one of the following ways
– Postal address – DACHPOLL Sp. z o. o., ul. Kolejowa 5, 29-100 Włoszczowa, Poland
– E-mail address – firstname.lastname@example.org
– Phone call – +48 41 394 36 88
– Contact form – Available at: https://dachpoll.pl/contact
Has the Administrator appointed a Data Protection Officer?
Pursuant to Article 37 RODO, the Administrator has not appointed a Data Protection Officer.
For matters concerning data processing, including personal data, please contact the Controller directly.
Where do we obtain personal data from and what are its sources?
Data is obtained from the following sources:
-from data subjects
-in the case of registration via social networking sites, with the informed consent of those persons, from those social networking sites
What is the scope of the personal data we process?
What are the purposes of our data processing?
Personal data voluntarily provided by Users are processed for one of the following purposes:
-Implementation of electronic services:
-Services for the registration and maintenance of the User’s account on the Website and the functionality with related to it
-The Administrator’s communication with users on matters relating to the Service and data protection
-To ensure the legitimate interest of the Administrator
What are the legal bases for data processing?
The Service collects and processes Users’ data on the basis of:
Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and the repeal of Directive 95/46/EC (general data protection regulation),
-art. 6, section 1, letter a
the data subject has given his or her consent to the processing of his or her data
personal for one or more specified purposes
-art. 6, section 1, letter b
processing is necessary for the performance of a contract to which the person to whom
the data subject, or to take action at the data subject’s request before
conclusion of the contract
processing is necessary for a legitimate purpose
interests pursued by the controller or by a third party
-Act of 10 May 2018 on the protection of personal data (Journal of Laws 2018, item 1000)
-Act of 16 July 2004. Telecommunications Law (Journal of Laws 2004 No. 171 item 1800)
The Act of 4 February 1994, on copyright and related rights (Dz. U. 1994 Nr
24 item 83)
What is the legitimate interest pursued by the Administrator?
-For the purpose of possibly establishing, investigating or defending against claims – the legal basis for the processing is our legitimate interest (Article 6(1)(f) RODO) to protect our rights, including but not limited to;
-In order to assess the risk of potential customers
-In order to evaluate the planned marketing campaigns
-For direct marketing
For how long do we process personal data?
As a general rule, the personal data indicated shall only be stored for the duration of the service provided within the framework of the service provided by the Administrator. They shall be deleted or anonymised within a period of up to 30 days after termination of services (e.g. deletion of a registered user account, unsubscribing from the Newsletter list, etc.)
In exceptional situations, in order to safeguard the legitimate interest pursued by the Administrator, this period may be extended. In such a situation, the Administrator will store the data indicated, from the time of the request for deletion by the User, for no longer than a period of 3 years in case of violation or suspected violation of the provisions of the regulations of the website
by the data subject.
Who is the recipient of the data including personal data?
As a general rule, the only recipient of data is the Administrator.
However, data processing may be entrusted to other entities providing services to the Administrator in order to maintain the activity of the Website.
Such entities may include, but are not limited to:
-Hosting companies providing hosting or related services to the Administrator
-Companies through which the Newsletter service is provided
Will your personal data be transferred outside the European Union?
Personal data will not be transferred outside the European Union unless published as a result of an individual action by the user (e.g. entering a comment or entry), which will make the data available to any visitor to the site.
Will personal data be the basis for automated decision-making?
Personal data will not be used for automated decision-making (profiling).
What rights do you have in relation to the processing of your personal data?
Right to access personal data
Users have the right to access their personal data,
carried out at the request made to the Controller
Right to rectify personal data
Users have the right to request from the Administrator the immediate rectification of personal data that is inaccurate and/or the completion of incomplete personal data, carried out upon request submitted to the Administrator
Right to erasure of personal data
Users have the right to request from the Administrator the immediate deletion of their personal data, exercised upon request submitted to the Administrator.
In the case of user accounts, the deletion of data involves the anonymisation of data
to identify the User.
In the case of the Newsletter service, the user has the option to delete the
of your personal data using the link provided in each email sent.
Right to restriction of processing
Users have the right to restrict the processing of personal data in
the cases indicated in Article 18 of the RODO, among others, questioning the correctness of personal data, carried out upon request made to the Controller
The right to personal data portability
Users have the right to obtain from the Administrator their personal data
concerning the User in a structured, commonly used format
machine-readable, carried out at the request made to the Controller
-The right to object to the processing of personal data
Users have the right to object to the processing of their personal data in the cases set out in Article 21 of the RODO, exercised upon request made to the Administrator
-Right of action
Users have the right to lodge a complaint with the data protection supervisory authority.
Terms of service
I. General concepts
-Regulations – present regulations
-Service – the “DACHPOLL” web service, operating at the following address
-Service provider – the company “DACHPOLL Sp. z o. o.” with registered office address:
ul. Kolejowa 5 29-100, Włoszczowa, Poland, NIP: 6090054504, National Court Register Number (KRS): 0000346685,
-Customer – any natural person accessing the Site and using the services provided through the Site by the Service Provider.
-Communication by electronic means – Communication between the parties by electronic mail (e-mail).
II. General provisions
-Terms and Conditions, sets out the rules for the operation and use of the Site and defines the rights and obligations of the Clients and the Service Provider relating to the use of the Site.
-The object of the Service Provider’s services is to provide free of charge tools in the form of
The Website, allowing users to access content in the form of posts, articles and audiovisual material or web applications and electronic forms.
-Any possible content, articles and information containing tips or advice published on the Site are only a general collection of information and are not directed at individual Service Recipients. The Service Provider is not responsible for their use by Service Recipients.
-The Customer assumes full responsibility for the use of the material made available on the Website, including its use in accordance with applicable law.
-The Service Provider does not give any warranty as to the suitability of the material posted on the Website.
-The Service Provider shall not be liable for any damages incurred by Service Recipients or third parties in connection with the use of the Site.
All risks associated with the use of the Site and, in particular, with the use and exploitation of the information posted on the Site, shall be borne by the Customer using the Site.
-The use of the Site by each Service Recipient is free of charge and voluntary.
-Customers are required to read the Terms and Conditions and other
documents which form an integral part of it and must accept its provisions in full in order to continue using the Website.
-Customers may not use any of the data obtained on the Site
personal for marketing purposes.
-Technical requirements for the use of the Website:
-a device with a display capable of displaying web pages,
-any web browser that displays web pages in accordance with
standards and provisions of the W3C Consortium and supports the website
made available in HTML5,
-In order to ensure the safety of the Service Provider, the Client and other
Service Recipients using the Site, all Service Recipients using the Site should comply with generally accepted network security rules,
-Actions carried out personally by the recipients of the service or by means of the
-without written permission, decompile and analyse the source code,
-without written permission, causing an excessive load on the Service’s server,
-without written permission, attempts to detect security holes in the Service and configuration of the
-attempting to upload or inject data into the server and the database
code, scripts and software which may cause damage to the software
Website, to other Service Recipients or to the Service Provider,
-attempting to upload or inject data onto the server and into the database
code, scripts and software capable of tracing or stealing data
Customers or the Service Provider,
-take any action aimed at damaging, blocking
the operation of the Service or making it impossible to fulfil the purpose for which the Service operates.
-In the event of the detection of the occurrence or potential occurrence of an incident
Cyber Security or a breach of RODO, Service Recipients should in the first instance report this to the Service Provider in order to quickly rectify the problem/threat and safeguard the interests of all Service Recipients.
IV. Conditions of communication and provision of other services on the Site
-The service provides contact details in the form of:
-Contact telephone number
V. Collection of data about Service Recipients
In order for the Service Provider to provide its services correctly, to safeguard the Service Provider’s legal interest and to ensure that the Service Provider operates in accordance with applicable law, the Service Provider collects and processes certain data about Users through the Service Provider.
In order to properly provide its services, the Website uses and records certain anonymous information about the User in cookies.
The scope, purposes, manner and principles of data processing are available in the annexes to the Regulations:
of the Rules.
-Data collected automatically:
For the smooth operation of the Website and for statistics, we automatically collect certain data about the User. These data include:
-Openable subpages of the website
-Time spent on the relevant sub-page of the website
-Type of operating system
-Previous subpage address
-Internet connection speed
-Internet service provider
-Anonymous demographic data based on Google Analytics data:
The above data is obtained via the Google Analytics script and is anonymous.
-The Service Provider is the owner of the Website and the copyright of the Website.
-Some of the data posted on the Site are protected by copyright belonging to companies, institutions and third parties, not connected in any way with the Service Provider, and are used under licences obtained or based on a free licence.
-On the basis of the Act of 4 February 1994 on Copyright, it is prohibited to
use, copying, reproduction in any form and
to store in search systems excluding Google, Bing, Yahoo, NetSprint, DuckDuckGo, Facebook and LinkedIn any articles, descriptions, images and any other content, graphic, video or audio material on the Website without the written consent or authorisation of the legal owner of the same.
-In accordance with the Act of 4 February 1994 on copyright, simple press releases, understood as information itself, without any commentary or assessment by the author, are not protected. The author understands this to mean that he may use the information from the texts on the website, but no longer copy all or part of the articles, unless this is indicated in the individual material on the website.
VII. Changes to the Rules
-All provisions of the Terms and Conditions may be unilaterally amended by the Service Provider at any time, without giving reasons.
-Amendments to the Rules of Procedure shall enter into force immediately after their publication.
-Any Customer who continues to use the Site after the change is considered to be
Accepts these Rules in their entirety.
VIII. Final provisions
-The Service Provider shall make every effort to ensure that the services of the Website are offered on a continuous basis. However, it does not accept any liability for disruptions caused by force majeure or unauthorised interference by Service Recipients, third parties or the operation of external automated programmes.
-The Service Provider reserves the right to change any of the information posted on the Site at a time of the Service Provider’s choosing, without prior notice to Service Recipients using the Site.
-The service provider reserves the right to temporarily, fully or partially
disable the Service in order to improve it, add services or carry out
maintenance, without prior notice to Service Recipients.
-The Service Provider reserves the right to shut down the Website permanently, without prior notice to Service Recipients.
-The Service Provider reserves the right to assign, in part or in whole, any of its rights and obligations relating to the Site, without the consent of and without the possibility of any objection by the Service Recipients.
-The current and previous Terms of Service can be found on this subpage under the current Terms of Service.
-For all matters relating to the operation of the Website, please contact the Service Provider using one of the following forms of contact:
-By sending an email to: email@example.com
-By calling a number: +48 41 394 36 88
Contact using the indicated means of communication exclusively for matters relating to the Service.