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Below we have collected information on the rules for processing your personal data resulting from the Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Union 2016/679 of April 27, 2016. on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (hereinafter referred to as the GDPR). Please read them – it shouldn’t take too long. Thanks to this study, you will learn what are the obligations of the administrator, what are your rights and how to use these rights. If in doubt, please contact us.

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  • improve the services we provide by using data for analytical, statistical and marketing purposes,
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What is personal data?

Personal data is information about an identified or identifiable natural person. They can be, among other name and surname, e-mail address or telephone number. With regard to the use of websites such as ours, personal data such as the user’s IP address, information on the user’s previous activity, information collected through the so-called cookies , as well as similar technologies. If a cookie file does not contain personal data, but it is possible to combine the information in this file with other information obtained from you, i.e. if it is possible to identify you – these cookies are also protected under the provisions on the security of personal data.

Cookie files, commonly known as “cookies”, are files in which, when browsing a website, certain information is saved, which ultimately reaches the end device (eg computer or smartphone). cookies have many functions – to enable the proper functioning of our website, to allow the storage of user preferences, as well as the personalization of websites in terms of the content displayed and the advertisements served.

What you need to know about the security of your personal data in relation to the GDPR

  1. The administrator of your personal data is Polish Radio Szczecin SA with registered office in al. Wojska Polskiego 73, 70-481 Szczecin (hereinafter referred to as “Rozgłośnia”).
  2. According to art. 37 sec. 1 bed. a) GDPR, a Data Protection Officer (DPO) has been appointed, who oversees the sphere of personal data processing in the broadcast station. You can contact the DPO by writing to the address given above or to the e-mail address iod@radioszczecin.pl. The inspector will be happy to help you with all questions related to the protection of personal data, in particular, he will answer questions regarding the processing of your personal data.
  3. Your personal data will be processed at :
  • the performance of the contract to which you are a party or acting before its conclusion (in accordance with Article 6 (1) (b) of the GDPR);
  • the implementation of the necessary and legitimate interests pursued by the administrator or by a third party, in particular the marketing of own and third-party products and for analytical purposes (in accordance with Article 6, paragraph 1, point f) GDPR);
  • the implementation of one or more specific purposes on the basis of your explicit and voluntary consent (in accordance with Article 6 (1) (a) of the GDPR)
  • The broadcast station processes your personal data in strictly defined, minimal scope necessary to achieve the objectives mentioned above.
  • Your personal data may be shared with other entities. The basis for the above actions may be legal provisions (eg ZUS, tax administration, justice) or properly constructed, ensuring the security of personal data, contracts to entrust data for processing to third parties with whom the broadcast station cooperates (e.g. entities from the ICT and telecommunications sector, analytical services and marketing).
  • Your personal data may be transferred to a third country or an international organization only with your explicit consent obtained after presenting the principles and potential effects of such a transfer and satisfying a number of requirements set out in the provisions of the GDPR.
  • In the case indicated in points 5 and 6, your data will be secured in such a way as to ensure their confidentiality with the use of appropriate technical and technological solutions in accordance with the good practices applied in the process of secure processing of personal data.
  • Your personal data will be kept for the time necessary to achieve the purpose for which they were collected, in compliance with the archiving dates provided for by specific laws and the law of July 14, 1983. on the national archives and the archives (Journal of Laws 2018, item 217), and whether they have been processed on the basis of your consent – until it is withdrawn.
  • In the context of the processing of your personal data, you have the right to:
    • access the content of your data,
    • rectification of this data,
    • remove them,
    • data processing restrictions,
    • object to their processing,
    • transfer your personal data,
    • withdraw consent at any time (as long as such consent was given) without affecting the lawfulness of the processing which was carried out on the basis of the consent before its withdrawal.
  • The aforementioned rights can be exercised directly at the headquarters of Polskie Radio Szczecin SA, by sending correspondence to the address of the administrator’s headquarters or to the email address of the data protection inspector.
  • If you believe that the processing of your personal data violates the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), you have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority at the following address: Office for Personal Data Protection, ul. Stawki 2, 00-193 Warsaw
  • The provision of personal data is voluntary, but depending on the situation, it may be a legal or contractual requirement. In specific cases, failure to provide data may condition the implementation of the activities of which you are the subject (including the conclusion of a contract).
  • Your data may be subject to automated processing consisting of profiling. We personalize content and advertisements, and analyze website and Internet activity. One of the ways in which we process personal data is the so-called profilingwhich means that we can, based on your data, create preference profiles for you and then adapt the content of the advertisements displayed according to your needs and interests. At the same time, we would like to inform you that we do not make any automated decision, including based on profiling.
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