Textile shoes, MB Obuwie - company headquarters

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ul. marsz. J. Piłsudskiego 14
89-115 Mrocza, Poland

tel.: +48 52 385 61 52
fax: +48 52 385 68 06
mb-obuwie.eu
e-mail: info@mb-obuwie.eu

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tel.: +48 52 385 61 52
fax: +48 52 385 68 06
e-mail: info@mb-obuwie.eu

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tel.: +48 52 385 61 52
fax: +48 52 385 68 06
e-mail: info@mb-obuwie.eu


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Statement concerning data protection

As at May 2018

On the basis of the Statement concerning personal data protection, we would like to transparently inform all the Visitors of our webpage about the type, scope and purpose of the personal data collected, used and processed by us, as well as to instruct you about your rights. Making use of our webpage is, as a rule, possible without providing personal data. If the data are collected automatically during visit on our webpages, they are processed pursuant to the current statutory regulations on the personal data processing. If processing of your personal data is necessary, but there are no statutory bases for such processing, as a rule, we obtain the consent necessary for the data processing. As an entity responsible for processing of the personal data, we have arranged the technical and organisational means in order to guarantee the highest level of your personal data protection.

1. Contact details of the entity: Administrator of the personal data: MB sp.j. J. Ignasiak, W. Ignasiak Ul. Piłsudskiego 14 89-115 Mrocza

2. The rights concerning the personal data of the persons whom they relate to. If you have any questions concerning your personal data, you may contact us at any time in writing, via email, telephone – and we will provide you with the answer.

In accordance with GDPR Regulation, you have the following rights:

Right to information (Art. 15 GDPR).
At any moment you are entitled to obtain information what categories of personal data and what information about you we process and for what purpose we do so, as well as how long and in accordance with what criteria the data are stored and whether in relation therewith profiling is applied.

Moreover, you have the right to learn to what recipients, possibly categories of recipients, the data were disclosed to or are still being disclosed; in particular in the case of the recipients in third countries or international organisations. In the case, you also have the right to obtain instruction concerning the adequate guarantees in relation with transferring of your personal data.

Apart from the right to lodge a complaint to the supervisory authority and the right to obtain the information concerning the origin of your data, you have the right to remove thereof, correct, as well as the right to limit their processing or an objection to processing of your personal data. In all the above listed cases, you have the right to demand from the Data Administrator a free of charge copy of your personal data that we process. We have the right to collect an administration fee for all the other copies that you request or which exceed the right to information of a given person.

The right to correct the data (Art. 16 GDPR). You have the right to demand an immediate correction of the personal data processed and – taking into account the processing purposes – the right to demand supplementing of the incomplete personal data. If you would like to make use of the right to correct the data, you may address the Data Administrator at any time in order to make the necessary adjustment.

The right to data removal (Art. 17 GDPR). You have the right to demand an immediate removal of your data (“the right to be forgotten”) in particular, when collecting of the data is no longer necessary, when you withdrew you consent for data processing, when your data are processed incompliant with the law or were collected incompliant with the law and there is a legal obligation to remove the data pursuant to the law of the European Union or the national law.

However, the right to be forgotten is not applied when there exists a prevailing right to freely express opinions or freedom of information, collecting of the data is necessary to fulfil the legal obligation (for example the storage obligations), removal of the data is not possible due to the archiving obligations of the Data Administrator or collection of the data serves for asserting, executing or defending the legal claims.

The right of limitation (Art. 18 GDPR). You have the right to demand limitation of your data processing, when you question accuracy of the data, their processing is incompliant with the law, you refuse to remove of your personal data and demand in exchange limiting of the processing, when the necessary purpose of processing ceases to exist or you objected to processing of the data pursuant to Art. 21 section 1, until it has not been yet determined, whether our legitimate interest overrides your interests.

The right to transfer the data (Art. 20 GDPR). You have the right to transfer your personal data, in the commonly used form, in order to transfer thereof without prejudice to other responsible entity, if for example there exists your consent and processing is carried out by an automated procedure.

Right to object (Art. 21 GDPR). At any moment you have the right to object to collecting, processing or using of your personal data for the purposes of direct obtaining or market and opinion research as well as marketing (promotion) processing of data, unless we can provide convincing and requiring protection evidence, concerning the data processing, which evidence overrides your interests, rights and freedoms. Moreover, you may not exercise your right to express an objection, when the legal regulation provides for collection, processing and using of the data or obliges to collect, process or use of the data.

The right to lodge a complaint to the supervisory authority (Art. 77 GDPR). You have the right to lodge a complaint to the competent supervisory authority, if you think that in the case of processing of the personal data there took place an infringement.

The right to withdraw the consent in relation with the personal data protection law (Art. 7.3 GDPR). At any moment you may withdraw the consent given for processing of your own personal data, without providing of the reason. It also relates to withdrawal of the statements concerning expressing of consent, which were given to us prior to coming into force of the European Union Regulation on data protection (GDPR).

3. Legal basis of data processing. In the case of processing of the personal data, in relation with which we obtain consent of the persons whose data are processed, the legal basis is Art. 6 section 1a of GDPR. In the case of processing of the personal data necessary for performing of the agreement, a party of which is the person whose data are processed, the legal basis is Art. 6 section 1b of GDPR. The regulation also includes the events related with processing of the data that are necessary for performing of the activities prior to conclusion of the agreement.

If processing of the personal data is necessary to fulfil the legal obligation that our Company is subject to, then the legal basis is Art. 6 section 1c of GDPR.

If processing of the data is necessary to maintain the authorised interest of our enterprise or a third party, and if the interests, basic rights and freedoms of the person, whom the data processing relates to, do not surpass the interest mentioned first, then the legal basis of the data processing is Art. 6 section 1f of GDPR. The authorised interest of our enterprise consists of performing of our trade activities and analysis, optimisation and maintaining safety of our internet offer.

4. Transfer of the data to third parties. Transfer of the data to third persons exceeding the framework indicated in the statement on personal data protection is carried out only when it is necessary in order to provide of the service requested. We transfer the data only in the case of existence of an adequate legal obligation. It happens when the state entities (for example enforcement agencies of the criminal cases) request in writing for the information or there exists a court order. Your personal data are not transferred to so called third countries outside the European Union / the European Economic Area.

5. Automated taking of decisions – profiling. As an entity aware of the responsibility in the framework of the obligations and the offered by us services and www page, we do not make use of profiling of the persons visiting out page.


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