MEETING APPLICATION ltd., with its registered office in WROCŁAW, in 25 Antoniego Czechowa St. 52-231 Wrocław, registered within the registry of entrepreneurs of the National Court Register maintained by the District Court for Wrocław-Fabryczna in Wrocław, 6th Commercial Division of NCR (KRS) under KRS number 0000433314, NIP 8992738060, REGON 021940356, with share capital of 46000 PLN (hereinafter referred to as “CPD” or “Controller of Personal Data”) i s the controller of personal data for the Meeting Application as per provisions of personal data protection regulations.
Users of the application may include physical persons, legal persons and organizational units with no own legal personality.
Legal basis for processing personal data:
1. Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regards to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation), hereinafter referred to as “GDPR”,
In relation to the processing of personal data by the CPD, the user has the following rights:
The user may take advantage of the above rights in accordance with the terms listed in art. 16 – 21 of GDPR, by contacting the CPD using the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Disclosure of personal data by the user is always voluntary, but it is required for the user to be able to use the Meeting Application.
CPD guarantees confidentiality of all personal data which it obtains and ensures that it will undertake proper means of security and protect personal data by all means required by regulations regarding protection of personal data. Personal data is gathered with the highest degree of professional care and protected from access by unauthorised persons. Any personal data gathered by the CPD is only processed within the territory of the European Union.
CPD does not transfers and does not trade any personal data of its users. Personal data of the user is not transferred to any other persons or institutions, without the consent of the user. The personal data processed by the CPD may be disclosed to proper national authorities upon their request and only on the basis of the current provisions of the law.
CPD entrusts or may entrust the processing of personal data to the following entities:
Registration and using the Meeting Application.
In order to use the Meeting Application the user must provide their personal data required for the order to be fulfilled, i.e., their first and last name, email address. Any user who is a natural (physical) person also has the ability to log into the application with the use of Facebook or Linkedin. Logging in may be related to transferring data to the CPD in accordance with Facebook and Linkedin terms and conditions of service.
The legal basis for processing the user’s personal data included in the registration form is the user’s consent.
Any data provided through the registration form shall be stored in a database of the CPD. Aside from any personal data, details of registration, such as the date of registration and IP address, shall be gathered within the database.
When contacting the CPD via e-mail, the user discloses their email address as the sender of a message. Moreover, the message sent by the user may include other personal data. The legal basis for processing personal data in such case is the consent resulting from initiating contact with the CPD. Personal data of the user which is shared with CPD as part of e-mail correspondence is processed only with the purpose of processing the email request from the user. Contents of the correspondence may be archived.
Using the Meeting Application is related to sending requests to a server on which the application is stored. Each such request is stored within server logs.
The Logs include, among others, the IP address, date and server time, information about the browser and operating system used by the user. Logs are gathered and stored on the server.
Any data stored within server logs is not paired with any particular person using the service and it is not used by the CPD to identify its users.
Server logs are only used as auxiliary material for the purpose of administering the application and their content is not ever disclosed to anyone other than authorised server administrators.
Contacting the CPD.