(most recent update 25.05.2018)
The controller of your personal data is FKA Furtek Komosa Aleksandrowicz sp.k. with its registered office in Warsaw, at Plac Małachowskiego 2, 00-066 Warsaw (“FKA”).
FKA ensures respect for the privacy of users of the website http://www.fka.pl (“Users”) and processes personal data in keeping with the requirements of generally applicable law, particularly from the day of commencement, i.e. 25 May 2018, of applicability of 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 of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (the “General Data Protection Regulation” or “GDPR”), as well as of Polish regulations issued in connection with the GDPR.
Extent and objectives of processing personal data
FKA collects users’ personal data for the following objectives:
- arising from legally justified interests pursued by FKA as data controller and connected with FKA’s operations, and for the purposes of contact with Users;
- to perform agreements concluded by FKA with clients and entities cooperating with FKA;
- to recruit candidates interested in working for or cooperating with FKA.
The data obtained will be used by FKA only to the extent necessary, including for analytical and statistical purposes.
Personal data of subscribers to FKA’s Newsletter can be sent to entities helping FKA to provide the FKA Newsletter to subscribers, to the extent to which this is necessary for the subscription service. FKA has received a warranty that entities to which FKA entrusts personal data processing guarantee that appropriate measures will be taken to protect and secure the personal data as required by law.
Currently, data connected with sending the FKA Newsletter are processed as part of the MailChimp system and are therefore stored on servers located within the territory of the United States of America (USA). The MailChimp system provider joined the Privacy Shield program and guarantees an appropriate level of personal data protection.
Processing data at FKA
The following have access to personal data: FKA and employees and co-workers of FKA authorised in writing. FKA keeps a record of those persons authorised to process data. Persons authorised to process data are obliged to keep the personal data and means of securing them secret.
Rights of Users
Giving one’s personal data is voluntary, but necessary in order to provide an answer to a question sent or in connection with the subscription service.
The User has the right to:
- access his personal data, including to obtain copies thereof;
- if personal data are processed on the basis of consent, the User has the right to withdraw the consent at any time, which can be done, for example, by sending an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org . The withdrawal of consent does not affect the legality of data processing which had been carried out on the basis of consent before its withdrawal;
- data rectification, deletion, restriction of their processing, as well as the right to data portability – on the principles set out in Articles 16-20 GDPR;
- lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority (which from the date of entry into force of the Act on the Protection of Personal Data of 10 May 2018 will be the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection), if processing the User’s personal data by FKA is considered to breach the provisions on personal data protection.
You can also switch on the option to block cookies in your web browser. You will find details of web browser options on the websites of individual web browser producers.
Below is a list of cookies used by the website www.fka.pl, including Google Analytics files.
- Drupal.tableDrag.showWeight - During a session, this file stores the state of elements of the user’s interface in the Drupal system.
- Drupal.toolbar.collapsed - During a session, this file stores the state of elements of the user’s interface in the Drupal system.
- ctools-collapsible-state - During a session, this file stores the state of elements of the user’s interface in the Drupal system.
- has_js - During a session, this file stores the state of elements of the user’s interface in the Drupal system.
- __utma - The file is saved by the user’s browser when visiting the website. The file distinguishes users and sessions.
- __utmb - The file is saved by the user’s browser when visiting the website. The file establishes and continues the session of the fka.pl website and its subpages.
- __utmc - The file is connected with using the __utmb file. The file establishes new sessions.
- __utmz - The file is saved by the user’s browser when visiting the website. The file is used to store information about the source of visits made use of by the user (i.e. direct entry, link, search engine etc.).
You can find more information about Google Analytics files at: https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs.