Privacy policy

§1.
PERSONAL DATA

The controller of the personal data belonging to the users of inis.pl website (hereinafter: the Website) is INIS sp. z o.o., a member company of Digitree Group S.A., seated in Rybnik (44-200) at ul. Raciborska 35a, NIP [tax ID]: 6423128785, which processes the Website users’ personal data in accordance with the provisions of: 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 (General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR); the Personal Data Protection Act of May 10th, 2018 (Journal of Laws: Dz. U. of 2018, item 1000); the Act of July 18th, 2002 on the provision of services by electronic means (Dz.U. No. 144, item 1204 as amended); and the Act of July 16th, 2004 — Telecommunications Law (Dz.U. of 2004, No. 171, item 1800 as amended).

INIS sp. z o.o. processes personal data: – for technical purposes. The legal basis for such processing is art. 6 par. 1a of the GDPR, which permits personal data processing based on a voluntarily given consent (a request for the consent to cookie use is displayed when the user first visits the webpage), and art. 6 par. 1f of the GDPR, which permits personal data processing if the processing is necessary for the purposes of the legitimate interests pursued by the controller (in this case, the Company’s interest is webpage administration and answering the questions asked in the contact form); and

INIS sp. z o.o. processes only the personal data categories provided by the users.

Data provision is voluntary, but failure to provide shall result in the impossibility of: proper webpage administration, answering the questions asked in the contact form, creating an account or sending marketing information (depending on the data collection purpose).

INIS sp. z o.o. enables all the Website users whose data it processes in any scope to exercise their rights stemming from 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 (General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR) and indicated in §3 below.

The data shall be processed for the period in which the controller fulfills its obligations stemming from the commonly binding provisions of law, for the period of accomplishing the goal of granting the consent or till the moment the consent is withdrawn and then for the expiration period of potential claims if the user’s consent is the basis for their processing.
No mechanism of automatic decision making shall be applied to the personal data.

If the user grants the relevant consent, the data shall be profiled to adjust offers and advertising campaigns to the user’s interests.
To obtain additional information on personal data processing, the user can contact the data protection officer at INIS by sending an e-mail to IOD@inis.pl.

§2.
TRANSMISSION OF INFORMATION

INIS sp. z o.o. declares that it does not transmit any data to unauthorized entities.
The recipients of your personal data may include:

The data shall not be transferred to third countries or international organizations.

Any information recognized as commercial information or direct marketing under the commonly binding provisions of law may be sent to users only if they give the relevant consent, in accordance with art. 10 of the Act of July 18th, 2002 on the provision of services by electronic means (Dz. U. of 2002, No. 144, item 1204 as amended) and the Act of July 16th, 2004 — Telecommunications Law (Dz.U. of 2004, No. 171, item 1800).
Please report all cases of receiving unsolicited commercial information to IOD@inis.pl.

§3.
RIGHTS OF WEBSITE USERS

The user has the right to access, rectify and delete their data, demand a restriction of their processing and withdraw the granted consent any time, with a reservation that a withdrawal of a previously granted consent shall not influence the lawfulness of the data processing carried out before the withdrawal. The user also has the right to take advantage of data portability and to file a complaint with the Personal Data Protection Office (PDPO) if they reckon that their data are not processed in conformity with the commonly binding provisions of law.

The user also has the right to raise an objection to the processing.

The user is obliged to update the data provided in the registration form immediately after any change of those data. The user can update their data by sending an e-mail to IOD@inis.pl.

§4.
TECHNICAL CONDITIONS

INIS sp. z o.o. stores cookie files which contain the information necessary to ensure proper functioning of the Website — among other things, to maintain user sessions and better adjust the Website to the users’ needs. The information about cookies is included in the Website Cookie Policy.

A user who has given us the consents referred to in §2 par. 3 can withdraw them any time. To this end, they must click the resignation link (resignation footer) contained in every message sent by INIS sp. z o.o., send a relevant notification to IOD@inis.pl or, if they have consented to the use of cookies for marketing purposes (profiling), delete cookie history via accessing the browser settings.

§5.
CHANGES TO THE PRIVACY POLICY

INIS sp. z o.o. reserves the right to introduce changes to the Privacy Policy in the future.

A new version of the Privacy Policy shall be published on inis.pl after every change.

By using the Website, the user accepts the provisions of this Privacy Policy.
If you reckon your privacy has been breached in any way, please send us an e-mail to IOD@inis.pl.

§6.
COOKIE POLICY

INIS sp. z o.o., seated in Rybnik (44-200) at ul. Raciborska 35a, NIP [tax ID]: 6423128785, National Court Register No. KRS: 0000366948, REGON [company ID]: 241590680, a member company of Digitree Group S.A., as the owner and administrator of inis.pl website (hereinafter: the Website), presents below the information on the application and use of cookie files on the Website.

The Website does not collect any information automatically except the information contained in the cookies. The automatically collected information is not used to make automated decisions resulting in obligations binding on the user.

Cookie files (cookies) are information technology data, in particular text files, stored in the Website user’s end device and intended to support the use of the Website pages. A cookie usually contains the name of the webpage it comes from, its end device storage time and a unique number.
The entity placing the cookies in the Website user’s end device and accessing them is the Website administrator.

The cookies are used to:
a) adjust the content of the Website pages to the user’s preferences and optimize webpage use; in particular, those files allow us to recognize the Website user’s device and appropriately display the webpage in a manner suitable for the user’s individual needs;
b) create statistics which help us understand how the Website users utilize the webpages, allowing us to improve their structure and content;
c) maintain the Website user’s session after logging in so that the user does not have to enter their login and password again on every page of the Website;
d) analyze the way the user utilizes the services, interacts with the content and browses the Website. Authorized third parties may use cookies and similar technologies for such purposes;
e) present advertisements in the way which, among other things, takes into account the user’s interests or place of residence (personalization of the advertising message) and guarantees that the same advertisement shall not be presented to the user more than once.

The Website utilizes the following types of cookies:
a) session cookies — temporary files stored in the user’s end device until the user logs out, leaves the webpage or turns off the software (the Internet browser);
b) persistent cookies — files stored in the user’s end device for the time specified in their parameters or until the user deletes them;
c) cookies of external entities (the information concerning the policy applied to the cookies of external entities is available on our company’s website):

Moreover, the Website utilizes the following types of cookies:
a) necessary cookies, which enable one to utilize the services available on the Website, e.g. authentication cookies, used in the services which require authentication on the Website;
b) security cookies, e.g. those used to detect authentication abuse on the Website;
c) performance cookies, which collect information on the manner the Website pages are used;
d) functional cookies, which remember the user’s settings and personalize user interface, concerning e.g. the selected language, the region where the user comes from, the font size or the webpage appearance;
e) advertising cookies, which provide the user with the advertising content that better matches their interests (cookies of third persons and entities can also be used in this scope).

In many cases, the software used to browse webpages (the Internet browser) permits cookie storage in the user’s end device by default. The Website users can change the cookie settings any time. Those settings can be changed in particular in such a way that automatic handling of cookies is blocked in the Internet browser settings or the Website user is informed about every instance of placing cookies in their device. Detailed information on the cookie handling manners and possibilities is available in the software (Internet browser) settings.

The Website administrator wishes to inform the users that cookie use restrictions may influence certain functionalities available on the Website pages.

The cookies placed in the Website user’s end device can also be used by the advertisers and partners cooperating with the Website administrator.

The user can change the scope of the cookies downloaded from the Website in the settings of their Internet browser.

§7.
FINAL PROVISIONS

INIS sp. z o.o. reserves the right to introduce changes to the Privacy Policy and the Cookie Policy in the future, especially in a situation where changes are made to the commonly binding provisions of the personal data protection law.