Registration data of the company and the personal data controller
HOUSE OF EVENTS Michał Frelek, ul. IV Poprzeczna 11, 04-611 Warszawa, NIP 952 196 27 81
Processing and protection of personal data
The controller of your personal data is the company HOUSE OF EVENTS Michał Frelek, operating pursuant to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). We protect the data we receive in accordance with the law. All personal and contact data you provide to us via the website, e-mail, telephone or letter are provided voluntarily and are processed solely to achieve the purpose for which they were provided to us (e.g. answering your inquiry, concluding or executing a contract to which you are a party) and with your consent. Personal data are kept for as long as it is necessary and then promptly deleted. The data subject shall have the right of access their personal data and the right to order their rectification, erasure, restriction of processing, right to data portability, right to object, right to withdraw consent at any time without affecting the lawfulness of the processing, which was carried out on the basis of the consent prior to its withdrawal. If it is found that the processing of personal data violates the regulations of the GDPR, the data subject has the right to lodge a complaint with the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection.
We inform that the personal data are processed for the following purposes:
- conclusion and implementation of a contract (provision of services);
- carrying out analyses and preparing statistics, as well as for the purpose of conducting our economic activity;
- selling products and services offered by the company;
- carrying out marketing activities undertaken independently by the company or in collaboration with other entities;
- pursuing claims;
- keeping records;
- answering letters and applications;
- carrying out activities related to providing security;
- fulfilling the legal obligation imposed on the company HOUSE OF EVENTS Michał Frelek
Collection and use of data
As is common practice for the majority of websites, we store the HTTP inquiries sent to our server. This means we know the public IP addresses from which the users access the contents of our website. The accessed content is identified via URL addresses. We also have access to the following information:
time of receiving the inquiry, time of sending a response, name of the client’s workstation – identification performed by the HTTP protocol, information about errors that occurred during the execution of the HTTP transaction, URL of the page previously visited by the user – in the event that transitioning to our website was accomplished via a link, information about the user’s browser.
The aforementioned data are not associated with any specific individuals accessing our website. In order to ensure that our website is of the highest quality, we analyse logs for errors in the website’s structure, most frequently visited sub-sections etc.
Collected logs are stored for an indefinite period of time, as an auxiliary material used to administer the website. Information contained therein is not disclosed to anyone beyond authorised server administrators. On their basis, statistics may be generated to assist in administration. Joint data summaries in the form of statistics do not feature any data identifying persons who visit the website.
Personal data that you submit via electronic forms are stored pursuant to the rules established in the Polish law and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Cookies are used in particular to: create statistics that help us understand how you use the site to improve its structure and content; change the appearance or version of the site to display a page tailored to your individual needs (e.g. in terms of font size, layout, colours); store session data, present advertisements or conduct marketing campaigns.
Cookies are also used by websites which can be accessed via links hosted on our website by presenting e.g. multimedia content. In particular this may include cookies that allow you to log in or see advertisements that are to your preference.
Changing the cookie settings
By default web browsers allow for storing cookies on the user’s end device. You can change your cookie settings at any time. The settings of a web browser can be changed in particular in such a way as to block the automatic storage of cookies on the user’s device, or to inform each time they are placed on your end device.
Changing the conditions for storing or receiving cookies is possible by changing the settings of your web browser.
Failure to change the cookie settings means that cookies will be placed on your end device, thereby allowing us to store and access information on your end devices and gain access to it.
Disabling cookies may cause difficulties with accessing certain services on the site.
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Validity of the offer presented on the service
The offer presented on this website is voluntary and does not constitute a commitment. We reserve the right to make changes to this website in whole or in part without prior notice, to supplement, shorten, delete or temporarily or permanently suspend the online publication of our offer. All claims relating to material and non-material damage caused by the use or non-use of the information provided on this website or by the use of incorrect or incomplete information are generally excluded.