The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect on 25th May 2018, which obliges us to inform you how we use any personal data we collect in the course of our online services and how we can't sleep at night thinking about best way to protect your data. So, here we go:
- Frey United Software, registered in Chlebnia Str. 48, 05-825 Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland, is the Data Administrator for all the data collected within frey-united.com domain, including Frey Account, which is used to access our online services.
- Any data collected during Frey Account registration process or during use of our online services will not be shared with other legal entities nor individuals, outside of the range that is needed to provide our services. Those exceptions may include:
- our websites hosting provider (home.pl),
- our payment providers (PayPal and ING Bank Śląski),
- state institutions, to the extent we are obliged by the Polish law.
- Your data will be stored as long as it is needed for us to provide our services.
- In case of termination of our services or your use of our services, your personal data will be permanently removed within 30 days, unless Polish law obliges us otherwise.
- According to GDPR you have right to:
- access your personal data,
- change or update your personal data,
- demand removal of your personal data,
- demand transfer of your personal data,
- decline use of your personal data.
- If you think your personal data were used in breach of GDPR you have the right to complain to Urząd Ochrony Danych Osobowych (UODO), Stawki Str. 2, 00-193 Warszawa, Poland, which supervises privacy matters in Poland.
- Any data we collect through our cookie files are used to keep continuity of the sessions, they do not collect data about your device nor location.
- In some cases we may collect anonymous data, later used for statistical purposes. They do not contain any personal data, but may contain:
Those data will not be used for any profiling purposes, they will be used for statistical purposes only, to help us improve the content of our websites, security reasons or pinpoint problematic spots in our interfaces.
- your IP address,
- type of device you are using,
- type of browser you are using,
- list of pages within our domain you have visited.
- We aim to keep your personal data safe and out of reach from any unauthorized access.
- Taking under consideration that, apart, in rare cases, from e-mail addresses, we do not collect, nor store any of your personal data, most of the informations above is pretty much pointless, but vital I'm sure.
- If you are still reading this:
- there might be something wrong with you,
- you have too much time on your hands,
- you are a lawyer (and there is nothing wrong with that),
- you are a privacy afficionado,
- you do not speak English.