Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy of the paulinamlynarska.pl website

 
Paulina Młynarska, the owner of the business activity PM life coaching IKE, Loutaki Platanias 73014, Greece, hereinafter: “THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE”, collects only the personal data provided voluntarily by persons visiting the Website, in order to provide them with information and/or services or – in the case of a separate, explicit order – also marketing information. Please read the following Privacy Policy ("Privacy Policy") to find out how I collect, use, and protect the entrusted personal data.

 

Data administrator

If you use the Website and leave your personal data, they will be processed in accordance with the purpose for which they were collected.
If you leave your data for the purposes of:

  • receiving current information in the form of a subscription,
  • receiving marketing information you have ordered,

    they will be processed by THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE and entities to which THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE will entrusts the processing of the personal data.

 

 

For what purposes are my personal data being processed?


When you use our Website, your personal data are collected and processed for the purposes connected with the implementation of individual functionalities of the Website. Depending on the part of the Website you leave your data on, each time I inform you about the proper purposes of the processing. However, knowing the structure of our Website, I can indicate the following known purposes of data processing:

  • submitting the offer request,
  • ordering marketing information,
  • submitting the contact inquiry,
  • using online applications or tools,
  • newsletter.
    Providing data in these cases is always voluntary.

Depending on the purpose for which your data is being processed, THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE has the proper legal basis for the processing of your data, for example:

  • when the processing is necessary for the execution of the contract concluded with you or for taking action on your request before the conclusion of the contract – Article 6, Paragraph 1, Point (b) of the Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) 2016/679 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 repealing of the Directive 95/46/WE (GDPR/ RODO),
  • when you are asked to agree to the processing of data for the designated purpose – Article 6, Paragraph 1, Point (a) of the Regulation,
  • when we have to implement the so-called legitimate interests, e.g. acceptance of your inquiry and responding to it – Article 6, Paragraph 1, Point (f) of the Regulation,
  • when processing is necessary to fulfill the legal obligation imposed on us, e.g. in the event of the need to disclose personal data to state authorities – Article 6, Paragraph 1, Point (c) of the Regulation.

THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE does not deliberately collect "sensitive" personal data, unless such obligation results from the applicable provisions of law, for example for the purpose of recruitment or admission for the trip.

 

We recommend the users to be cautious about submitting their sensitive information to THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE and to never provide THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE with their sensitive information unless they expressly agree for such information to be used by THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE in order to lead THE OWNER’s legal activity and to entrust processing and storing of such data in THE OWNER’s databases. Should you have any questions about whether or not the transmission of sensitive information to THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE is or may be required in a specific case, please contact us at kontakt@paulinamlynarska.pl.


  
In some cases THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE and service providers use cookies, navigation markers and other technologies, to automatically collect information of a certain type during users’ visits on our website or via email addresses. Gathering this type of information allows us to better understand and improve the operation, functionality and performance of THE OWNER’s websites and to determine the effectiveness of our marketing activities.
 


Information collected this way are not always personal data, allowing to identify a specific user. However, it can happen, for example, that it may be possible to link an IP address or location information to a specific user's email address.

  
An IP address is a number assigned to the user's computer during its connection to the Internet, which allows communication between the computer and the server. The IP addresses of users visiting the website may be registered to ensure the security of the IT system and for diagnostic purposes. This information can also be used in a collective form in order to analyze Internet trends and to evaluate the operation of the website.

 
Cookie files are placed by the website on user's computer or other device connected to the Internet during each visit on our website, which allows our website to remember the user's computer or other device and serves several purposes.

 

Some of our sub-websites display a banner asking for permission to place cookies on user's computer. If the user does not agree, the activities carried out via user's computer or other device connected to the Internet will not be monitored for marketing purposes. The second type of cookie files, also known as session cookie files, may be required to support selected function. These types of cookies are not blocked if the user does not agree for them to be placed on their computer. User’s choice will be kept in the cookie file for a period of 90 days. Should the user want to change the previously selected option, they should delete cookie files from their internet browser.

 
Two types of cookie files can be used on www.paulinamlynarska.pl website:

  • session cookies – allow you to use all the functions of the website; get deleted when you close the browser;
  •  permanent cookies – allow you to use some of the functions of the website; collect statistical data; remain on your hard disk until they expire.
     

Although most Internet browsers automatically allow cookies to be placed on user’s computer, they may not consent to this by changing their browser settings (in most cases this option can be found in Tools or Browser Preferences menu). The user can also delete cookie files from their device at any time. In this case, please note that by not consenting to the placement of cookies the user will not be able to take full advantage of all the functions of our website.
 

Additional information about cookie files management can be found in the browser's Help file or on such websites as i.a. www.allaboutcookies.org.
 

Individual sub-websites of THE OWNER’s website may use other third party tools and widgets to offer additional functionality to the users. Using the above tools or widgets may result in the collection of cookie files on user’s devices in order to facilitate the usage of these websites and to ensure that users’ interaction is displayed correctly on our websites.

 

Cookie files do not contain information about user's e-mail address and their personal data. Our analytical reports may contain other identifiers, i.a. IP addresses, used to determine the number of unique visitors of our websites and trends by country of origin, and not to identify individual users.
 

VISITING OUR WEBSITE OR ENTERING A LOGIN TO OBTAIN ACCESS TO A PART OF THE WEBSITE DEDICATED TO REGISTERED USERS ONLY IS EQUIVALENT TO EXPRESSING CONSENT TO THE USAGE OF COOKIE FILES ON USER'S COMPUTER OR OTHER DEVICE CONNECTED TO THE INTERNET.

Google Analytics


THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE uses Google Analytics tools. For more information on the usage of Google Analytics by THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE, please visit: http://www.google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html. 

 

In order to give users of our websites more options to choose from, regarding how their data is collected using Google Analytics tools, Google has developed a browser plug-in that blocks Google Analytics. The add-on communicates with the Google Analytics JavaScript protocol (ga.js) to provide the information that the website visit data should not be sent to Google Analytics. The Google Analytics blocker add-on does not block the data transmission to the website itself or other network analytics services.

Location tools

THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE may collect and use data regarding the geographic location of user's computer or mobile device. Location data are collected to provide users with information about services we think may interest them because of their location. They are also collected to improve our products and services based on geolocation solutions.

Applications

THE OWNER’s websites may contain functions that enable content sharing using social applications of third parties, such as Facebook "Like" button or Twitter widget. All of these social applications may collect and use data regarding users’ activity on THE OWNER’s websites. All personal data provided by users through such social applications may be collected and used by other users of the aforementioned applications, and such interactions are subject to the privacy policy of companies providing such applications. We have no influence and we do not take responsibility for the above companies and their usage of users’ data.

 

Additionally, THE OWNER’s website may contain blogs, discussion forums, crowdsourcing sites and other applications or services (collectively referred to as "social functions"). The purpose of social functions is facilitating knowledge and content sharing. Any personal data provided by users using the social functions of THE OWNER’s website may be shared with other users of the given social feature (unless stated otherwise during the data collection), over which we have limited or none control.

 

THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE understands the importance of protecting children's privacy, especially on the Internet. THE OWNER’s website is not intended for children under the age of 18. One of the principles of THE OWNER’s policy in this regard is waiving the conscious collection or storage of data of persons under 18, except for situations when such data are part of activities connected with providing professional services.


 
THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE does not disclose personal data to unrelated parties, except for situations in which it is necessary in connection with conducting business obligations, for the purpose of reporting user service, or in situations required or permitted by law.


 
THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE may, in certain cases, disclose information about users to THE OWNER’s employees or coworkers in Poland (co-administrators), or – in the form of entrusting the data processing – may disclose them to external companies, to service providers, or to suppliers operating on users’ orders our on behalf.


 
Additionally, THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE may entrust the processing of personal data to a third country, i.e. outside the European Economic Area, and send it to affiliated companies of THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE or other third parties cooperating with THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE or acting on my behalf. THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE may also store personal data in a place under a different jurisdiction than the location or registered address of a specific user. The transfer of the data to a third country may, however, take place only if (in accordance with other provisions of generally applicable law) the conditions to guarantee an adequate level of personal protection are met, guaranteed by the GDPR/ RODO Directive, e.g. a contract has been signed with the receiving entity, containing standard contract clauses requiring a specific level of personal data protection.

 

THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE may share personal data in connection with the sale, cession or other transfer of ownership of the website, resulting in the sale/transfer of rights to the website, to which the said data relates, as well as at the request of the authorities or law enforcement, or when it is required by applicable laws, court judgments, or other state regulations. The need to disclose personal data may also be caused by audits regarding data or security privacy and/or when dealing with complaints or actions related to security risks. THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE does not transfer to third parties personal data which could be used by such third parties for their marketing purposes.

 

Data transmission

During a standard visit to THE OWNER’s website, entering personal data is not necessary, however THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE may require certain data to be entered if the user wants to get additional information about our services or events. The user may also be asked by THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE whether they agree to the processing of their personal data in a specific manner, to which the user may consent or refuse. A user receiving certain information or services, such as an electronic newsletter, may at any time unsubscribe from the subscription by following the instructions provided in each newsletter. If the user unsubscribes, THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE tries to immediately delete information about this specific user, however entering some additional information may be needed in order to do to.


 
As mentioned before, users may configure their Internet browsers to reject all cookie files or notify of their installation. However, the user should note that after rejecting cookie files some elements of THE OWNER’s website may not work properly.

 

Data access and permissions

If the user provides us with their personal data, in most cases they have the right access to their data, so that they can modify or correct them. The user can also send a request to kontakt@paulinamlynarska.pl to update or delete certain data, resulting in THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE taking all reasonable steps to comply with the request, provided it complies with applicable law.
 
The user should remember about the rights they are entitled to regarding processing of their personal data, referred to in the GDPR/RODO Directive, i.e.:

  • the right to request the access to your personal data (including obtaining confirmation whether they are processed and obtaining information regarding e.g. the purposes, sources, and categories of processed data, or the period of their
  • storage), including the right to receive a free copy of your own data (we may charge a reasonable fee, resulting from administrative costs, for all the successive copies requested by the data subject),
  • the right to correct personal data (when they are incorrect), which also includes supplementing incomplete personal data, but to this end we may ask you to provide an additional statement,
  • the right to delete personal data (the so-called "right to be forgotten"), when e.g. they are not necessary to achieve the purposes for which they were collected, the consent for their processing has been revoked, or there are no other legal grounds for their processing,
  • the right to limit the processing of data, e.g. when you question the accuracy of your personal data – for the period allowing us to check the correctness of such data,
  • the right to object to the processing,
  • the right to transfer data, including receiving from us your own personal data that you provided us with, in a structured, commonly used, machine-readable format,
  • the right to withdraw your consent to the processing of data (however, the withdrawal of consent does not affect the legality of the processing made on the basis of the expressed consent before its withdrawal),
  • the right to file a complaint to the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection, should you decide that the processing of personal data violates the provisions of the GDPR/RODO Directive.

Data security and integrity

THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE applies appropriate policies and procedures for the protection of personal data against unauthorized loss, improper use, alteration, or destruction. However, despite our best efforts, it is not possible to completely protect data from all possible threats. We make every effort to ensure that the access to your personal data is limited to persons who need to know them. Persons who have access to the data are obliged to keep them confidential. Additionally, one of the principles of THE OWNER’s policy is storing personal information only for the period:


in which they are necessary to complete user's application,
in which they are necessary to exercise the right or obligation resulting from generally applicable laws or policies, or
until the user requests the removal of such information.
 
The period of storage of personal data depends on the specific nature and the circumstances (in particular – the purpose) in which user's personal data has been collected.

 

Links to other websites

Please note that the links posted on THE OWNER’s website may redirect you to other websites, including the websites of other companies THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE works with. These websites may have a different privacy policy and its terms may differ from the terms provided by this website. I encourage users to carefully read the privacy policy of each visited website before providing them with their personal data.

 

Changes to this Privacy Policy

THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE may make changes to this document, which would reflect the current Privacy Policy. In case of such modifications the date of the last update, shown on the first page of the document, also changes. We encourage users to review this Privacy Policy on a regular basis to learn how THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE protects users' personal information.

 

Newsletter

1. By subscribing to our newsletter you agree to the privacy policy adopted by www.paulinamlynarska.pl website, which includes agreeing to the processing of your personal data in the form of your e-mail address.
2. The e-mail address will be used to send electronic correspondence related to offers and promotions available at www.paulinamlynarska.pl website.
3. When subscribing to the newsletter the user agrees to receive messages also from the affiliates of THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE.
4. You can unsubscribe from the newsletter at any time by clicking the opt-out link.
5. We declare that we do not intend to sell the collected data to third parties.
6. The use of the newsletter is free of charge.
 
THE OWNER OF THE WEBSITE makes every effort to ensure the protection of users' personal data. Any questions or concerns should be directed to: kontakt@paulinamlynarska.pl .


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Changes to the Privacy Policy


In accordance with the legal requirements imposed by the Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) 2016/679 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 repealing of the Directive 95/46/WE, a new Privacy Policy applies on this Website, which contains all information regarding the collection, processing, and protection of personal data of users of this Website.

Furthermore, we remind you that for the correct operation of the website we use information stored in cookie files. You can change the cookies settings in the settings of your browser. If you do not agree to the use of cookies on this Website, please change the settings in your browser or leave the Website.

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