(effective from May 25, 2018, in connection with the entry into force of the Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of personal data)
The security and privacy of your data in Computer Emergency Warsaw is one of our primary goals. The Warsaw Medical Emergency Service makes every effort to ensure that the data and information entrusted to us are protected against unauthorized access and processed in accordance with the law.
II. Data Administrator.
The personal data administrator is:
Computer Emergency Warsaw based in Warsaw at ul. Myśliborska 26a, 03-185 Warsaw, entered into the CENTRAL RECORD AND INFORMATION ON ECONOMIC ACTIVITY, REGON 365319718, NIP 5341584996.
The person responsible for the protection of personal data is the Information Security Administrator e-mail: email@example.com
III. Information about cookies.
Cookies or “cookies” are small IT data sent by the website we visit. These files are saved on the device on which the user browses the website. The files used by our website are for the purpose of testing the popularity statistics of our website. Which helps us determine what elements we can improve on the website to make it more user-friendly. Cookies can be deleted and disabled in your web browser settings. Below is a link to a video that helps you understand what cookies are.
IV. Types of cookies used.
1. Cookies used by the Administrator are safe for the User’s Device. In particular, it is not possible for viruses or other unwanted software or malware to enter Users’ Devices in this way. These files allow to identify the software used by the User and adapt the Website to each User individually. Cookies usually contain the name of the domain from which they originate, their storage time on the Device and the assigned value.
2. The administrator uses two types of cookies:
a) Session cookies: they are stored on the User’s Device and remain there until the end of the browser session. The saved information is then permanently deleted from the Device’s memory. The mechanism does not allow session cookies to download any personal data or any confidential information from the User’s Device.
b) Persistent cookies: they are stored on the User’s Device and remain there until they are deleted. Ending a given browser session or turning off the Device does not delete them from the User’s Device. The mechanism of persistent cookies does not allow the collection of any personal data or any confidential information from the User’s Device.
3. The User may limit or disable cookies access to their Device. If you use this option, you will be able to use the Website, in addition to functions that, by their nature, require cookies
V. The purposes for which cookies are used.
The administrator uses own cookies for the following purposes:
1. Website configuration
a) adapting the content of the Website pages to the User’s preferences and optimizing the use of Website pages.
b) remembering the history of pages visited on the website for the purpose of recommending content,
c) font size, website appearance
2. User authentication on the website and providing user sessions on the website
a) maintaining the Website User’s session (after logging in), thanks to which the User does not have to re-enter the login and password on each subpage of the Website;
b) correct configuration of selected Website functions, enabling in particular verification of the authenticity of the browser session.
c) optimizing and increasing the efficiency of services provided by the Administrator.
3. Implementation of processes necessary for the full functionality of websites:
a) adapting the content of the Website pages to the User’s preferences and optimizing the use of Website pages. In particular, these files allow to recognize the basic parameters of the User’s Device and properly display the website, tailored to his individual needs;
b) proper handling of the partner program, enabling in particular verification of sources of Users’ redirects to the Website’s pages.
4. Analysis and research and audience audita) create anonymous statistics that help understand how Website Users use Website pages, which allows improving their structure and content;
b) Ensuring the safety and reliability of the website
c) The administrator of the service uses external cookies for the following purposes:
d) presenting multimedia content on the Website’s pages that are downloaded from an external website:
1) www.youtube.com (cookies administrator: Google Inc. based in the USA)
2) collecting general and anonymous static data via analytical tools:
3) Google Analytics (cookies administrator: Google Inc. based in the USA)
4) Gemius Traffic (cookies administrator: Gemius S.A. with its registered office in Warsaw)
5) Emaillabs (cookies administrator: Vercom S.A with its registered office in Poznań).
e) the use of interactive functions to popularize the site through social networking sites:
1) twitter.com [cookie administrator: Twitter Inc. based in the USA] 2) plus.google.com [cookies administrator: Google Inc. based in the USA] 3) Facebook.com [cookies administrator: Facebook Inc. based in the USA or Facebook Ireland based in Ireland]
VI. Possibilities to determine the conditions of storage or access by Cookies.
1. The User may independently and at any time change the settings for Cookies, specifying the conditions for their storage and access by Cookies to the User’s Device. Changes to the settings referred to in the previous sentence can be made by the User via the web browser settings or by using the service configuration. These settings can be changed in particular in such a way as to block the automatic handling of cookies in the web browser settings or to inform about each time cookies are placed on the User’s device. Detailed information about the possibilities and ways of handling cookies is available in the software (web browser) settings.
2. The User may delete Cookies at any time using the functions available in the web browser he uses.
VII. Processing of personal data.
Computer Emergency Warsaw processes your personal data for the following purposes:
1. perform activities adequately to the consent given, for example for marketing purposes. In the case of a minor, marketing information may be sent only after the consent of the parent or legal guardian.
2. performing activities related to the conclusion, performance and termination of the contract.
3. performing activities in the public interest
4. performing activities related to the implementation of a legal obligation. The Warsaw ambulance service is obliged to perform obligations arising from mandatory provisions of law, including in particular provisions on counteracting money laundering and terrorist financing, and counteracting acts prohibited by law. Computer Emergency Warsaw is entitled to process data also for the purpose of carrying out recommendations, obligations and recommendations issued by institutions supervising the operation of Computer Emergency Warsaw.
5. statistical, management and economic analysis. Computer Emergency Warsaw is obliged to comply with the recommendations issued by the authorities supervising the operation of Computer Emergency Warsaw.
6. communicating via websites, maintaining websites, displaying websites.
7. performing activities for marketing purposes (1) sending, forwarding, displaying commercial information, including to electronic or telephone communication devices, (2) sending commercial information via a postal operator, (3) geolocation of electronic devices, for sending commercial information . Commercial information should be understood as commercial offers, offers to purchase a service or product, all forms of advertising. Commercial information may also relate to the promotion of products, services or the image. Data for marketing purposes are processed on the basis of the User’s consent.
8. performing activities for purposes resulting from the legitimate interest of the Warsaw Computer Emergency, and in particular: defense and redress of the Warsaw Computer Emergency.
VIII. Types of personal data processed.
Computer Emergency Warsaw processes data related to:
a) transactional data – to implement and identify transactions,
b) User verification and identification.
IX. Data processing period.
The Warsaw computer emergency service will process data:
a) in the event of a contract being concluded – by the contract necessary for its performance. After the contract expires, they are processed for a period not longer than 10 years, unless the law provides for a shorter period.
b) in the case of a court decision – for a period of up to 10 years from the date on which the decision became final.
c) in the event of consent by the User – no later than until the consent is withdrawn.
X. Rights of the User and the manner of their implementation.
1. The User has the right to request from the Warsaw Medical Emergency Service access to their personal data, including rectification, limitation or deletion.
2. The User has the right to object to the data being processed.
3. The User has the right to transfer data and obtain a copy of the data.
XI. Final Provisions.
Users whose personal data is processed by the Warsaw Computer Emergency Service also have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory body, which is the Inspector General for Personal Data Protection (address: Inspector General for Personal Data Protection, ul. Stawki 2, 00-193 Warsaw).