Gathering and processing personal data
To comply with the information obligations arising from the provisions of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (hereinafter referred as “GDPR” – the General Data Protection Regulation) and the provisions of the Telecommunications Law (in connection with your use of the website www.jrd.pl), please be informed as follows:
The controller of your personal data is JRD Tax spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością with its registered office in Warsaw, at 45 Żurawia Str.
a) in letter form: ul. Żurawia 45, 00-680 Warszawa
b) via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Objectives and the processing basis
Your personal data will be processed in connection with fulfilment of the legal obligations incumbent on the controller (Art. 6 item 1 letter c) GDPR), to perform the contract made between us (Art. 6 item 1 letter b) GDPR) and for purposes resulting from legitimate interests pursued by the Controller (Art. 6 item 1 letter f) GDPR).
Disclosure of your personal data is not mandatory, however it is necessary to implement the contract concluded between us and for the performance of services for your benefit by the law office.
Recipients of personal data
Recipients to whom your personal data may be transferred will be parties and participants in the proceedings and other bodies subject to the provisions of law.
A separate category of recipients to whom your data may be disclosed are entities which have the right to handle delivery services and entities with whom the Controller has concluded a contract for the provision of the accounting and IT services.
Data storage period
We will store your personal data until the matter for which they were collected (performance of the contract), is completed and therefore in cases as required by the provisions on the basis of which the Controller conducts his operations and for the purpose resulting from legitimate interests pursued by the Controller, and in particular, vindication of claims and demonstration of compliance with law, although no longer, than until the expiry of the limitation periods.
Rights of the data subject
According to GDPR you are entitled to hold :
a) an access right to ones data and to receive their copy;
b) a right to rectify (amend) ones data, if it’s incorrect or out of date, including the right to remove such data, in the case when data processing does not occur in order to fulfill the obligation arising from a legal provision or from exercising a public authority;
c) a right to object to the processing of data and demanding restriction to this processing right;
d) a right to lodge a complaint with the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection – UODO (to the address of the Office for Personal Data Protection, ul. Stawki 2, 00-193 Warsaw).
Data collected in the log logs is used only for the purpose of administering the website. No identification data will be transferred to any third party for any purpose.
In accordance with the standard practice in the majority of WWW websites, we store HTTP requests directed to our server. Viewed resources are identified by URL addresses. A detailed list of information stored in the WWW server log files is as follows:
– a public IP address of the computer from which the request was sent (it can be directly the user’s computer);
– customer station name – identification is carried out by the HTTP protocol, wherever possible;
– username provided in the authorization process;
– time of passing the inquiry;
– first line of the HTTP request;
– HTTP response code;
– number of bytes sent by the server;
– URL address of the page previously visited by the user (reference link) – where the transition to Office’s website occurred by reference;
– information about user’s browser;
– information about errors that occurred during implementation of the HTTP transaction.
Such data are not associated with specific persons browsing the law firm’s pages. To ensure the highest quality of service we occasionally analyze log files to determine: which pages are visited most often, what browsers of WWW websites are used, whether the page structure has any errors etc..
Use of data
The collected logs are stored for an indefinite period of time, as background material used to administer the website. Information contained therein is not disclosed to anyone except for persons authorized to administer the server and the network. Based on log files, statistics can be generated to assist in administration. Summary of conclusions in the form of such statistics does not contain any features identifying persons who visit the website.
The Cookies mechanism
The Cookies mechanism is not used to obtain any information about website users or for tracking their navigation. Cookies files used in websites of law firms do not store any personal data or any other information collected from users.
In the jrd.pl website session cookies called INFO can be used periodically – to record the fact of reading highlighted information. Cookies file is created to limit the amount of displayed periodically appearing announcements. By using a Cookie file information is displayed only once for one user’s session and does not appear again after going to the next page of the website. The above mentioned Cookies files, if created, occurs at a certain time and only for as long as the site is visited by the user. Closing the browser window with the jrd.pl website page results in deleting the created file.
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