This policy applies to the website operating under the url: meeteos.com
The operator of the service and personal data administrator is: DC Software Sp. z o. o. ul. Józefa Franczaka “Lalka” 43/1.06 B 20-325 Lublin, Poland
Operator’s contact e-mail address: email@example.com
The Operator is the Administrator of your personal data with regard to the data voluntarily provided on the Website.
The Website uses your personal data for the following purposes:
– Handling enquiries via the contact form and demo form
– Provision of the Medicine 2040 Report
– Delivery of the Investor Prospectus
The Website performs functions of obtaining information on users and their behaviour in the following manner:
– Through data voluntarily entered in forms, which are entered into the Operator’s systems.
– By storing cookies (so-called “cookies”) in the end devices.
2. Selected data protection methods applied by the Operator
The login and entry of personal data is protected by a transmission layer (SSL certificate). Therefore, the personal and login data entered on the website are encrypted on the user’s computer and can only be read on the target server.
The service is hosted (technically maintained) on the operator’s server: Kru.pl Sp. z o.o.
4. Your rights and further information on how your data will be used
In certain situations, the Administrator has the right to transfer your personal data to other recipients if this is necessary for the performance of a contract concluded with you or for the fulfilment of obligations incumbent on the Administrator. This applies to such groups of recipients:
– hosting company on the basis of entrustment
Your personal data will be processed by the Administrator no longer than it is necessary for the performance of the related activities specified in separate regulations (e.g. on accounting). With regard to marketing data, the data will not be processed for longer than 3 years.
You have the right to request from the Administrator
– access to personal data concerning you,
– have them rectified,
– restriction of processing,
– and data portability.
You have the right to object, with regard to the processing indicated under 3.3 c), to the processing of your personal data for the purposes of carrying out a legitimate interest pursued by the Administrator, including profiling, with the proviso that the right to object will not be exercised if there are valid legitimate grounds for processing overriding your interests, rights and freedoms, in particular the establishment, assertion or defence of claims.
You may complain about the Administrator’s actions to the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection, 2 Stawki Street, 00-193 Warsaw.
Providing personal data is voluntary but necessary to operate the Service.
Activities involving automated decision-making, including profiling, may be undertaken in relation to you in order to provide services under a concluded agreement and in order for the Administrator to conduct direct marketing.
Personal data is not transferred from third countries within the meaning of data protection legislation. This means that we do not send them outside the European Union.
5. Information about the forms
The service collects information voluntarily provided by the user, including personal data if provided.
The service may save information on connection parameters (time stamp, IP address).
The website may, in some cases, save information to facilitate linking the data in the form with the e-mail address of the user completing the form. In such a case, the user’s e-mail address shall appear inside the url of the page containing the form.
The data provided in the form are processed for the purpose resulting from the function of a particular form, e.g. to complete the process of service request or business contact, service registration, etc. Each time, the context and description of the form clearly informs what it is used for.
6. Administrator logs
Information about user behaviour on the website may be subject to logging. This data is used for the administration of the website.
7. Important marketing techniques
8. Information about cookies
Cookies are IT data, in particular text files, which are stored in the Service User’s terminal equipment and are intended for use on the Service’s websites. Cookies usually contain the name of the website from which they come, the time of storing them on the terminal equipment and a unique number.
The operator of the Website is the entity placing cookies on the Website User’s terminal equipment and accessing them.
Cookies are used for the following purposes:
– maintaining a Website user session (after logging in), so that a user does not have to re-enter login and password on each page of the Website;
– for the purposes specified above under “Important marketing techniques”;
The Website uses two main types of cookies: “session” (session cookies) and “permanent” (persistent cookies). Session” cookies are temporary files that are stored in the final device of the User until logging out, leaving the website or switching off software (web browser). “Permanent” cookies are stored in the User’s terminal equipment for the time specified in the parameters of cookies, or until they are deleted by the User.
Web browsing software ( web browser) usually allows the storage of cookies in the User’s terminal equipment by default. Users of the Website may change their settings in this regard. Internet browser allows deleting cookies. It is also possible to block cookies automatically. Detailed information on this subject is contained in the help or documentation of the web browser.
Cookies placed in the Service User’s end device may also be used by entities cooperating with the Service Operator, in particular these companies: Google (Google Inc. based in the USA), Facebook (Facebook Inc. based in the USA), Twitter (Twitter Inc. based in the USA).
9. Cookie management – how to give and withdraw consent in practice?
If you do not wish to receive cookies, you can change your browser settings. We warn 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 websites