PragmaGO.tech Sp. Ltd. attaches high importance to transparency in operations and respects the right to privacy. Ensuring the confidentiality of data is a priority for us. We make every effort to ensure that the safeguards adopted guarantee the confidentiality and security of your data.
The phrases and expressions used in this Policy have the following meanings:
(1) We process personal data of our customers and potential customers for the following purposes and on the basis of the following legal grounds:
(a) taking action at your request, i.e. answering questions and establishing and maintaining contact via livechat, callpage and contact form available on pragmago.tech, i.e. in order to pursue our legitimate interests Art. 6 paragraph. 1(f) RODO the time necessary to conduct contact marketing of our own products and services and those of the PragmaGO Group for the purpose of realizing our legitimate interests, whereby we conduct marketing contact on the basis of additional consents on the use of phone and email for marketing 6(1). 1(f) RODO; Art. 10 of the Law on Provision of Electronic Services, Art. 172 of the Telecommunications Act until an objection is filed against conducting marketing activities and withdrawing consents to receive marketing materials. To undertake marketing and sales activities at our initiative and to present a marketing offer, based on consent to present a commercial offer and based on marketing consents for contact paths using telephone and/or email art. 6 paragraph. 1(a) RODO; Art. 10 of the Law on Provision of Electronic Services, Art. 172 of the Telecommunications Law until the withdrawal of consents
2 What data do we obtain in the operation of the site and how do we use it?
3 Who can access your data?
PragmaGO.tech shares your personal data with: business partners, entities providing IT, postal, courier, HR and payroll, marketing, legal, archiving, accounting services. Recipients of your personal data may be other PragmaGO® Group companies: PragmaGO SA, Pragma Faktor Sp. z o.o., as well as entities to which we subcontract tasks requiring processing of personal data in the field of IT and legal services (Pragma Adwokaci Bukowska Celary Feder Sp. k., Kancelaria Radców Prawnych Wysocki Zawiejski).Your data may also be transferred to entities authorized to access them in accordance with generally applicable laws (e.g. the police). Recipients of the data may be located in a country outside the European Economic Area (EEA), in which case, however, the Administrator will ensure an adequate level of security so as to protect the data subject. The transfer of data to countries outside the EEA may be related to, for example, activities undertaken on social networking sites and the use of plug-ins and other tools from these sites (including Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, YouTube), the use of analytical tools and tools for anonymized tracking of user behavior, in particular such as Google Analytics, Lucky Orange, HotJar, Microsoft Clarity.
4 Voluntariness of providing data
Your provision of personal data is voluntary, however, it is necessary for the implementation of the above. purposes, in particular to conclude a contract, contact you and conduct cooperation. The provision of personal data is a contractual requirement only to the extent that it is necessary for the performance of the contract. The obligation to provide data also arises to a certain extent from the law (for example, in terms of data needed for tax settlement). If you fail to provide the required personal data, it may not be possible or will be very difficult to cooperate with you Otherwise, the provision of your data is voluntary.
5 What rights do you have in relation to data processing?
6. information system
7. source of data – the information applies to personal data obtained by means other than from the data subject
Your personal data may come from an entrepreneur with whom you have a contractual relationship or in relation to whom you are a beneficial owner, a statutory representative, a principal in the case of a power of attorney granted, another party to a contract with the Company, and from publicly available sources, in particular, databases and registers: PESEL, National Court Register (KRS), Central Register and Information on Business Activity (CEIDG), REGON, Register of Personal Identity Cards, BIK, CEIDG, business information bureau.
8 Information about cookies
9. server logs
Information about some retained users is subject to logging at the server layer. This data is used solely for the purpose of administering the site and to ensure the most efficient operation of the hosting services provided. The resources viewed are identified by URLs. In addition, the record may be subject to: the time of receipt of a request,the time of sending the response,the name of the client station – identification carried out by the HTTPS protocol,information about errors that occurred during the HTTPS transaction,the URL address of the site previously visited by the user (referer link) – in case the transition to the Service was made by a link,information about the user’s browser,information about the IP address.The above data are not associated with specific persons browsing the pages.The above data are used only for the purpose of server administration.
10. cookie management
Ifyou do not want to receive cookies, you can change your browser settings. We stipulate that disabling cookies necessary for authentication processes, security, maintenance of user preferences may hinder, and in extreme cases may make it impossible to use the website.