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This policy regulates the rules of processing the personal data of Revhunter.pl service (hereafter referred to as: "Service") Users.

§1. PERSONAL INFORMATION

  1. The administrator of the personal data of the Service Users is, INIS sp. z o.o., with its registered office in Rybnik 44-200, at 35a Raciborska street, NIP: 642-31-28-785 (hereafter referred to as: "INIS” or "Administrator”), which is part of the Digitree Group, processing the personal data of Users in line with the following provisions:
    • 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 and free movement of personal data repealing Directive 95/46/WE (hereafter referred to as: "GDPR") and
    • Personal Data Protection Act of 10 May 2018 (Journal of Laws of 2018, item 1000), and in appropriate cases, also:
    • Act of 18 July 2002 on the Provision of Electronic Services (Journal of Laws No. 144, item 1204 as amended)
    • Act of 16 July 2004 on Telecommunication Law (Journal of Laws of 2004 No. 171 item 1800 as amended).
  1. INIS processes the personal information of Users in line with the manner of them using the Service:
    • for technical purposes, such as administration of the Service,
    • for the purpose of answering a question asked by a User through the contact form,
    • for the purpose of taking measures which are to result in creating an account in the Service,
    • for marketing purposes and for the purpose of adapting offers and advertising campaigns suited to the interests of Users in the event of the Users giving consent required by universally binding law
  2. INIS processes only the personal data stated by Users.
  3. Providing personal data is voluntary but consequence of not providing this data (depending on the aim for which it is collected) will be a lack of possibility of adequate site administration, of answering a question asked through the contact form, of creating an account, or of sending marketing information.
  4. INIS ensures to all Service Users, whose personal information is processed in any capacity, to exercise their rights resulting from GDPR, described in detail in §3 below.
  5. Data will be processed for the time the Administrator requires to fulfil the obligations resulting from universally binding law, if consent was given, until the aim of the consent is completed or until the consent is withdrawn, and later for the time of limitation of potential claims when the User's consent is the basis for its processing.
  6. Automated decision processes will not be used in relation to personal data.
  7. In the case of the User giving appropriate consent, data will be profiled in order to adapt offers and advertising campaigns to the appropriate interests of Users.
  8. For further information relating to the processing of personal information the User may contact the INIS Data Protection Officer by email at the following address: IOD@inis.pl.

§2. CONVEYING INFORMATION

  1. INIS ensures that it does not convey any data to any unauthorized entities.
  2. Recipients of Users' personal data may be:
    • suppliers of IT systems and IT services;
    • entities providing INIS with accounting services, service quality surveys, vindication of receivables, legal, analytical, marketing services;
    • postal operators and couriers;
    • operators of electronic payment systems and banks for the processing of payments;
    • trade partners if the User gives appropriate consent as required by universally binding law;
    • authorities empowered to receive personal data by law.
  3. Data will not be conveyed to third parties or international organizations.
  4. Any information considered by universally binding law to be trade or direct marketing information can be sent to Users only with their consent, in accordance with Article 10 of Act of 18 July 2002 on the Provision of Electronic Services (Journal of Laws No. 144, item 1204 as amended) and Act of 16 July 2004 on Telecommunication Law (Journal of Laws of 2004 No. 171 item 1800 as amended).
  5. We ask that you report any instances of unsolicited trade information to IOD@inis.pl.

§3. SERVICE USER RIGHTS

  1. Users of the Service are guaranteed the following rights:
    • The right to access their data – i.e., to receive confirmation whether their personal data is being processed, if so, they may: gain access to their personal data and attain information about the objectives of the processing, about categories of the processed personal data, about recipients of this data or recipient categories, about planned duration of storing the data or criteria of determining this term, about their rights under GDPR and the right to file a complaint with a supervisory authority, about the source of this data, about automated decision making, including profiling, and about security measures used in reference to conveying the data outside the European Union. Also, a person whose personal data is processed may attain a copy of this data.
    • The right to correct their data – i.e., to demand correction of their personal information, if it is not accurate, and supplementation of the data.
    • The right to erase their data – i.e., to demand that all or some of their personal information be erased if the personal information is no longer necessary for the objectives for which it was collected or otherwise processed, the person whom the data relates to has withdrawn consent on which the processing is based and there is no other legal basis for processing, the person whom the data relates to lodges an objection pursuant to Article 21 of Act 1 GDPR to the processing and there are no overriding legally justified grounds for processing, or the person whom the data relates to lodges an objection pursuant to Article 21 of Act 2 GDPR to the processing, the personal data was processed unlawfully, the personal data must be erased with the purpose of meeting the legal responsibility provided for by the European Union or by the law of a Member State which governs the Administrator, the personal data was collected in reference to offering information society services referred to in Article 8 of Act 1. GDPR.
    • The right to restrict processing – i.e., to demand the restriction of processing of their personal information due to their specific situation. In the case of such a demand being submitted, pending the outcome INIS sp. z o.o. will have the right to prevent the use of specified functionalities or services of which use will be associated with the processing of the data subject to the demand.
    • The right to transfer data – i.e., to receive their personal information, which they delivered themselves, and then send them to another, individually chosen personal data administrator. They may also demand that the personal information be conveyed directly to another administrator. Execution of the demand will be completed if such is technically possible.
    • The right to lodge and objection to the processing – i.e., to lodge an objection to the processing of their personal information at any time if the processing is based on legitimate interest.
    • The right to withdraw their consent at any time without an influence on the lawfulness of the processing which was executed on the basis of the consent prior to its withdrawal.
    • The right to lodge a complaint with the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection.
  2. The User is obliged to update the data provided in the registration form without delay after any change of this data. The User may update their data and submit declarations associated with the execution of their rights by email at using the following address: IOD@inis.pl.

§4. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

INIS in the course of the Service stores cookie files which include information necessary for the correct functioning of the Service, including for the maintenance of User sessions and better adaptation of the Service to Users' needs. Information about cookie files is available in the Service Cookies Policy in §5 below.

§5. COOKIES POLICY

INIS as the owner and Administrator of the Revhunter.pl Service provides information relating to the application and use of cookie files in the Service. The Service does not automatically collect any information with the exception of information contained in cookie files. Information collected in an automatic manner is not used to make automated decisions creating liabilities for the User. Cookie files (so-called "cookies") are information technology data, particularly text files, which are stored on the Service User's end device and are intended for use by the Service website. Cookies usually include the name of the website they originate from, storage duration on the end device, and a unique number. The entity placing cookies on the Service User's end device and obtaining access to them is the Service Administrator.
Cookies are used for:

  1. adapting the Service website content to User references and optimization of website use; these files particularly help recognize the Service User and appropriately display the website, adapted to their individual needs;
  2. creating statistics which help to understand how Service Users use websites, which enables an improvement of their structure and content.
  3. maintaining Service User sessions (when logged in) whereby the User does not have to log in to every subpage of the Service;
  4. analysis of the ways in which the User uses the Service, interacts with its content, and browses it. Authorized third parties may use cookies and similar technologies for such objectives.
  5. presentation of advertising, including in a manner considering the User's interests or their place of residence (individualizing advertising communication) with a guarantee of the User having the possibility of disabling multiple presentations of the same advertising;

The following types of cookie files are used by the Service:

  1. session cookies – are temporary files which are stored in the User's end device until they log out, leave the website, or switch off the software (web browser)
  2. persistent cookies - stored in the User's end device for a specified time in the cookie file parameters or until they are deleted by the User.
  3. third-party cookies (information relating to the cookie policies of third parties is available on the websites of the given companies):
    • Google – administrator: Google Inc based in USA, with the proviso that the data will not be conveyed outside EEA
    • Facebook.com – administrator: Facebook Inc based in USA, with the proviso that the data will not be conveyed outside EEA and Facebook Ireland based in Ireland
    • Adform – administrator: Adform ApS based in Denmark
    • Livechat – administrator : Livechat.inc based in Poland
    • LiveCall – administrator : LiveCall Software Sp. z o.o. based in Poland

The following types of cookie files are additionally used by the Service:

  1. necessary cookies – enabling the use of services available under the Service, e.g., authentication cookies used for services which require authentication within the Service;
  2. cookies used to ensure security, e.g., used for detecting misconduct in relation to authentication within the Service;
  3. performance cookies – enabling the collection of information about the manner of using Service websites;
  4. functional cookies – enabling the retaining of settings chosen by the User and personalization of the User's interface, e.g., in relation to a given language or region the User originates from, font size, website appearance, etc.;
  5. advertising cookies – enabling the delivery of advertising content better suited to the User's interests – also possible is the use of cookies from other entities or third parties.

In many cases the software used to browse websites (web browser) by default permits storage of cookie files on the User's end device. Service Users can at any time change the cookie settings. These settings can be changed particularly in such a manner as to block the automated service of cookie files in the web browser settings or inform about their posting each time on the User's end device. Detailed information about the possibility and methods of servicing cookie files is available in the software settings (of the web browser). The Service Administrator informs that cookie file usage limitations may influence some functionalities available on the Service websites. Cookie files placed on the Service User's end device may also be used by advertisers and partners associated with the Service Administrator. The User has the possibility, with the use of their web browser, of changing the cookie file range which will be downloaded by the Service.

§6. CHANGES IN THE PRIVACY POLICY

  1. INIS sp. z o.o. reserves that they may introduce changes to the Privacy Policy in the future, especially in a situation of changes appearing in the functioning of the Service or in universally binding law regulations in relation to personal data protection. With every change the new version of the Privacy Policy will appear on the Service.
  2. By using the Service the User accepts the terms of this Privacy Policy.
  3. If the User determines that their privacy is breeched, they are asked to contact the Administrator at the address: IOD@inis.pl.

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