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This Privacy Policy contains information on how personal data of the persons using the services rendered by the Lessor are processed, with particular reference to the rules of protecting personal data and the measures taken to protect the data. The Privacy Policy also contains information on the rights related to the protection of personal data of the persons using the services rendered by the Lessor.

 

  1. Definitions
    • Lessor – Awos Airport Facility s.c. Bożena Palak, Nadia Palak Latusińska with its registered seat in Katowice (40-284 Katowice) at ul. 1 maja 2.
    • Lessee/User – a natural person being of age and possessing full legal capacity, using the services offered by the Lessor.
    • GDPR – Regulation (EU) of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation).
    • Personal data – any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (‘data subject’); an identifiable natural person is the one who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier such as a first or last name, identification number, location data, an online identifier or to one or more factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of that natural person.
    • Lease agreement – an agreement concluded by and between the Lessor and the Lessee on the basis of whose provisions the Lessor lets the Lessee a car under the conditions that are each time set forth in the agreement and the Lessee undertakes to pay the rent.
    • Joint controller – trusted partners of the Lessor, i.e. AWOS FINANCE spółka z o.o., with its registered seat in Katowice at ul. 1 maja 2, Court Register [KRS] no. 0000343641, and SENALA Spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością sp.k., with its registered seat in Katowice at ul. Kornasa 11c, KRS no. 0000531400.
  2. Personal data controller.
    • The Personal data controllers are: the Lessor and the Joint controllers acting based on the rules of joint control over the personal data. The rules of joint control over the Personal data, pursuant to Art. 26 of GDPR, are governed by a separate agreement between the Lessor and Joint controllers.
    • One can contact Personal data controller by dialling the following telephone no.: 668330964, or by writing an e-mail at the following address: biuro@awos.com.pl
  3. The purpose of processing Personal data.
    • Personal data of Users are processed by the Lessor for the purpose and to the extent necessary for the conclusion of a Lease agreement and its due performance by the Lessor, and also for staying in touch with the Lessee. Art. 6, par. 1b of GDPR constitutes a legal basis for processing Personal data.
    • Should the User consent to the processing of personal data for marketing purposes, the User’s personal data are processed for the purposes of, above all, sending commercial offers to the Lessor and evaluating the level of satisfaction from the services rendered by the Lessor. Art. 6, par. 1a of GDPR constitutes a legal basis for processing personal data.
    • The User’s personal data are also processed to protect legitimate interests of the Lessor, in particular, but not limited to, in case of the necessity to perform the obligations imposed on the Lessor by public administration bodies, the Police, Road Transport Inspectorate, Citizen Guard or any other services and public institutions (for example if it is necessary to indicate the offender registered by the device like speed camera). Art. 6, par. 1f of GDPR constitutes a legal basis for processing Personal data.
  4. Recipients of Personal data.
    • The Users’ personal data are processed by the Lessor and Joint controllers for the purposes related to performing a Lease agreement and are also transferred to the entities dealing with marketing activities for the Lessor (if a User gives its separate consent). Users’ Personal data are also shared with Joint controllers, by using the same measures that the Lessor uses, and for the same purposes.
  5. The scope of processing Personal data.
    • In order to use the services offered by the Lessor in a proper way, the User shall be obliged to provide its first and last names, telephone number, date of birth, a full street address and an e-mail address. The obligation to provide Personal data indicated is dictated by the necessity to enable formal identification of the Lessee. Moreover, providing such data is justified by the necessity of full and proper performance of the Lease agreement by the Lessor and it is necessary for the purposes that result from legitimate interests of the Lessor. The Lessor informs that failure to provide some Personal data may prevent the conclusion of a lease agreement with the Lessor or prevent the Lessor from the proper provision of the services related to the Lease agreement concluded with the User.
    • The Lessor’s system assigns the User a unique customer number. A customer number is assigned depending on the category of services offered by the Lessor that the Lessee chooses. If the Lessee uses the services belonging to different categories, the Lessor’s system may assign the Lessee more than one customer number.
    • The Lessor’s system automatically retrieves the User’s data relating to its approximate geo-location and IP address.
    • If the User consents to the processing of Personal data for marketing purposes, the User’s Personal data indicated above will be processed to the extent necessary to accomplish these purposes.
  6. The period of processing Personal data.
    • Users’ Personal data will be processed by the Lessor as long as it is necessary to accomplish the purpose for which they were collected and during the period that is necessary to establish, exercise and defend legal claims pertaining to the activity of the Lessor and to accomplish the purposes resulting from legitimate interests of the Lessor.
  7. The rights of data subjects.
    • Right to access to Personal data.
      The User shall have the right to access to his/her Personal data collected by the Lessor. The User shall in particular have the right to make himself/herself familiar with his/her Personal data processed by the Lessor, the right to acquire information on the purpose of processing Personal data, categories of Personal data. The User shall also have the right to obtain a copy of his/her Personal data.
    • Right to rectification of Personal data.
      The User shall have the right to demand from the Lessor that it immediately rectifies the Personal data concerning the former. Taking into account the purposes of the processing, the User shall have the right to have the incomplete Personal data completed, by providing appropriate statement.
    • Right to demand erasure of Personal data.
      The User shall have the right to demand the erasure of Personal data concerning him or her or some of Personal data if:
      • the Personal data are no longer necessary in relation to the purposes for which they were collected or otherwise processed;
      • the User withdraws his/her consent to processing of his/her Personal data;
      • the User objects to the processing of his/her Personal data or if the Personal data have been unlawfully processed.
    • If the User makes a demand for erasure of his/her personal data, the personal data will be stored for a period that is necessary to establish, exercise and defend legal claims related to the services rendered by the Lessor/
    • Right to restriction of processing Personal data.
      The User shall have the right to demand restriction of the processing of Personal data in the following cases:
      • if the accuracy of the Personal data collected is contested, for a period enabling the Lessor to verify the accuracy of the data processed;
      • if the processing of the User’s Personal data is unlawful and the User request restricting the use of the Personal data and at the same time opposes their erasure, instead of erasing them;
      • if the User’s Personal data are no longer needed in relation to the purposes for which they have been collected or used by the Lessor but the User requires them for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims;
      • if the User objects to the processing of his/her Personal data – then the restriction of the processing of Personal data applies for the period that is necessary to verify whether the protection of legitimate interests, rights and freedoms of the User overrides the interests being accomplished by the Lessor while processing the User’s Personal data by it
    • Right to object to the processing
      The User shall have the right to object to the processing of his/her Personal data. If the User objects to the processing of his/her Personal data for marketing purposes, the Lessor shall immediately stop the processing of the User’s Personal data for such purposes.
    • Right to data portability
      The User shall have the right to demand the receipt of the Personal data relating to his or her that the Lessor possesses, and may then move them to another personal data controller selected by the User. Personal data will be provided in a commonly used, machine-readable format that enables transmission of the Personal data received to another personal data controller.
    • Right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority
      The User shall have the right to lodge a complaint about the processing of his/her Personal data by the Lessor with the supervisory authority. The supervisory authority within the meaning of GDPR shall be the Inspector General for the Protection of Personal Data, and after 25th May 2018 – the Chairman of the Office for Personal Data Protection with its registered seat in Warsaw (00-193 Warsaw) at ul. Stawki 2.
  8. Cookies.
    • The Lessor uses cookies, that is it collects the IT-related data, in particular small text files that may be stored on terminal devices of the Users who visit the Lessor’s website. Cookies are safe for the Users and do not disturb the operation of their devices
    • The Lessor uses cookies only for the purposes related to the operation of the service, in particular in order to optimise and improve its operation and to gather statistics of the visits to the service.
    • The User may change the settings relating to cookies in his/her Internet browser, as well as disable them completely. No changes made to these settings means the User’s acceptance of the cookies used by the Lessor.
    • Cookies are also used by the services that the Lessor’s service refers to, e.g. Facebook. The services that the Lessor’s website may contain links to, may also use cookies.
    • The User shall have the right to disable cookies by changing the settings in his/her browser. However, in such case the Lessor does not guarantee that awos.com.pl will work properly.
    • The Lessor’s system uses the so-called fingerprinting. Fingerprinting is a technology that consists in collecting and analysing the information relating to the User’s device (information on the browser, operating system, installed plug-ins, time zone, screen size, system fonts and other configurations). The above mentioned information is used to identify the User and protect the Lessor’s service.