As we respect your right to privacy, we decided to share the document that presents the “Grab the Bull by the Horns” Foundation’s (called the Foundation in the document) position concerning the processing of the personal data.
The Foundation collects personal data in order to do their job more effectively, promote the products they create and be able to provide detailed information on the services the Foundation offers to the prospective recipients of those services.
The Foundation does not share the personal data with any third parties.
The people who receive the collected personal data are the workers of the Foundation and the people and companies that cooperate with it, in order to provide the Foundation’s services.
The people the personal data concerns have the right to access the data and correct it, if needed.
According to the Art.13, Act 1 and 2 of the European Parliament’s and Council of the European Union (EU), of the 2016/679, 27 April 2016 Regulation 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 (Data Protection Directive) (EU Journal Reference L 119/2016, pp. 1-88), called GDPR, and the national legal rules based on the GDPR we inform that the Data Administrator is the Grab the Bull by the Horns Foundation (Fundacja Byka za Rogi), located in the city of Łomianki, Poland at Parkowa Street 6, 05-092, registered under the numbers KRS 0000638393, VAT 7010618656.
Contact form, application form
The information given through those forms are used to contact the people interested in the “Mamela” Competition, in order to meet the duties resulting from the agreements, and answer the questions.
Data collection and processing
All the collected data are stored and processed by the “Grab the Bull by the Horns” Foundation in a proper, secure way that is in accordance with the Polish legal requirements.
Every person interested in and participating in the contest may choose the extent to which they wish to participate and share their personal information, described at the website. The user sends the forms and shares their personal data voluntarily.
In case of the violation of the law or when the legal regulations will require it, the “Grab the Bull by the Horns” Foundation may make the collected data accessible to the Law Enforcement Agencies.
The web browser of the person accessing the services of the “Grab the Bull by the Horns” Foundation may store text files (the so-called “cookies”) on the hard drive of their computer. The data contains the information essential to the proper functioning of Internet services.
The cookie files do not enable identifying the user; neither they process and store personal data.
Cookies are stored in users’ computers in order to: better adjust the applications to the users’ needs, creating viewing statistics for our content partners and advertisement providers, presenting Internet ads containing the contents matching the user’s interests as closely as possible, creating online surveys and securing them from the same people giving multiple votes.
Having changed the settings, the user may disable the storing of the cookies on the hard drive completely. However, this may result in the users losing access to some of the functions of the “Mamela” competition’s website.
The aims of the privacy and security policies
The aim of the Foundation is providing the best possible personal data protection. The Foundation reserves the right to change their privacy and security policies; in such a case they will immediately inform about this fact on their website as well as in the e-mail messages sent to the users.
The web site does not share or sell the clients’ personal data to any third parties.