Privacy policy

Wersja polska

Who is the administrator of your personal data?
The Administrator, that is, the entity deciding how your personal data will be used, is the Men Saint Józef Association with the seat in Krakow, ul. Zamoyskiego 2.
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information about the processing of your personal data?
Write to us via our email address: or via mail:
Association Men of Saint Joseph’s
ul. Zamoyskiego 2.
PL – 30-523 Krakow

Where did we get your data from?
We have received them from you by completing a survey at the meeting, or by registering for our events, or by entering into a transaction in our Online Store.

What is the purpose and legal basis for the processing of your personal data by the MŚJ?
We process your personal information because it is necessary to maintain contact with you, including:
• Order fulfillment (if the data comes from the shop);
• Inviting you to our events (if you completed the survey);
• Informing you about the details of the event you have reported to;
In addition, the law requires us to process your data for tax and accounting purposes (in the case of a purchase by the shop, or donation support).

If you agree, we process your personal information in order to:
• saving data in cookie files, collecting data from websites and mobile applications;
• organization of competitions and promotional campaigns in which you can take part;
You can withdraw your consent to the processing of personal data at any time in the same way as you have expressed it. We will process your personal information until you withdraw your consent.
Do you need to provide us with your personal details?
We require your application in the following cases:
1. Conclusion of the transaction by “Sklepik MSJ”
2. Subscribing to an event organized by us
3. Support us with a payment to your account or via electronic payments
In other cases, providing data is completely voluntary.

What data do we collect?
• e-mail address, telephone number, billing address, shipping address (in the case of shop transactions)
• e-mail address, telephone, city, address of residence, name of the group / community / environment (in case of reporting on our events).
• e-mail address, telephone, city, address of residence (in the case of membership in the Association)
If required by law, we may require you to provide other data necessary eg for accounting or tax reasons. In addition to these cases, providing your data is voluntary.

What are your rights to the Association in terms of processed data?
We guarantee the fulfillment of all your rights under the general Data Protection Regulation, i.e. the right to access, rectify and delete your data, limit their processing, the right to transfer them, not be subject to automated decision making, including profiling, and the right to object to the processing Your personal data.

You can use these powers when:
• regarding the request for data rectification: you will notice that your data is incorrect or incomplete;
• in relation to a request to delete data: your data will no longer be necessary for the purposes for which it was collected by the JIM; you will withdraw your consent to data processing; you object to the processing of your data; Your data will be processed unlawfully; the data should be deleted in order to fulfill the obligation resulting from the law or the data were collected in connection with the provision of electronic services offered to the child;
• regarding the request to limit the processing of data: you will notice that your data is incorrect – you may request restricting the processing of your data for a period allowing us to check the correctness of this data; Your data will be processed unlawfully, but you will not want to be removed; We will no longer need your data, but you may need to defend or claim it; or you object to the processing of the data – pending determination of whether the legitimate grounds on our side override the grounds of objection;
• in relation to a request for transfer of data: the processing of your data takes place on the basis of your consent or the contract concluded with you and when this processing takes place automatically.
You have the right to lodge a complaint regarding the processing of your personal data to the supervisory body, ie the Inspector General for Personal Data Protection (address: Inspector General for Personal Data Protection, 2 Stawki Street, 00-193 Warsaw).

In what situations can you oppose the processing of your data?
You have the right to object to the processing of your personal data when:
• the processing of your personal data is based on a legitimate interest or for statistical purposes and the opposition is justified by the specific situation in which you have found yourself, • your personal data are processed for direct marketing purposes, including profiling for this purpose. Remember that you can exercise your right of objection from May 25, 2018. We share your personal data with services used to implement our statutory goals, such as: • Transport companies (shipments) • Teleinformation companies (automatic SMS sending, sending emails, Google formulas) How long do we store your personal data? We store your personal data indefinitely, in particular for the purposes of: • pursuing claims in connection with the performance of the contract, • performance of obligations under the law, including in particular tax and accounting, • prevention of fraud and fraud, • statistical and archiving. Your personal data for purposes to mo you object to such processing. Do we process your personal data automatically (including by profiling) in a way that affects your rights? Your personal data will be processed in an automated manner (including in the form of profiling), however, it will not cause you legal effects or substantially the same influence your situation. The profile of personal data by the Ministry of Interior is based on the storage of information about your profile, so that the invitations sent match your preferences and interests.