Abridged version – the most important information
We care about your privacy, but also your time. Therefore, we have prepared for you an abridged version of the most important rules related to privacy protection.
* By signing up for our newsletter, placing an order, adding a comment on our website and blog or by simply contacting us, you provide us with your personal data, and we guarantee you that your information will remain confidential, secure and will not be shared with any third parties without your express consent.
* We provide the possibility of using social media features such as sharing content on social networking sites and subscribing to a social networking profile. The use of these features is related to the usage of the cookies of the administrators of social networking sites
such as Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, etc. If the above-mentioned information is not sufficient for you, you can find further details below.
Your personal data controller within the meaning of personal data protection regulations is “BBM Bartosz Buraczewski”. The purposes, legal grounds and duration of the processing of personal data are indicated separately for each processing purpose (see provisions below for a detailed description of the various data processing purposes). You have the following rights in relation to our processing of your personal data:
* the right to demand access to your personal data, their rectification, removal or restriction of their processing,
* the right to object to processing,
* the right to transfer data,
* the right to withdraw consent to the processing of personal data for a specific purpose, if you have previously given such consent,
* the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority in connection with the processing of personal data by us.
The aforementioned rights may be exercised in accordance with the rules described in art. 16 – 21 of the GDPR, by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The provision of your personal data is always voluntary, but necessary to place an order, sign up for the newsletter, add a comment on the blog or simply contact us. We guarantee the confidentiality of all personal data provided by us. We ensure that we take all security and personal data protection measures required by the personal data protection regulations. Personal data are gathered with due care and suitably protected against unauthorised access. Personal data are processed exclusively on the territory of the European Union. The domain is provided with an SSL security certificate. The processing of personal data is entrusted with the following entities:
1. Bartosz Buraczewski, who runs his business activity under the name: ”BBM Bartosz Buraczewski”, ul. Fieldorfa 10A/24, 60-461 Poznań, NIP [Tax Identification Number]: 8431528371, for the purpose of organisation of the training,
2. Spółka Krajowy Integrator Płatności S.A with its registered office in Poznan, ul. Św.Marcin 73/6, postal code: 61-808, KRS No.: 0000412357, – the payment service operator Tpay.com Krajowy Integrator – for the purpose of using the sales system and also the newsletter. Through the website, you can sign up for a newsletter which contains information about all news, promotions, products and services related to our online activity. For the purpose of sending the newsletter, we process your personal data regarding your name and e-mail address. The legal basis for the processing of your personal data in the case of the newsletter is your consent given by ticking the relevant content of the checkbox when signing up for the newsletter. You may withdraw such consent at any time, which will result in resignation from receiving the newsletter. The data are processed for the time of the functioning of the newsletter, unless you resign from the receipt of the newsletter, which will cause the erasure of your data from our data base.
While placing your order, you must provide your personal data necessary for the completion of your order, i.e. name and surname, e-mail address, telephone number and order delivery address. You may also provide additional data such as information about the conducted business activity. If you have entered such data in your user account before, then these data will automatically be inserted into the order form, whereby you can always modify them. The legal basis for the processing of your personal data included in the order is the performance of the agreement. The data provided in the order form will be saved and stored in the database until the statute of limitation on claims under the agreement expires. Each order is recorded as a separate item in the data base. In addition to personal data, order details such as the date of placement of the order, the subject and value of the order and the selected method of delivery and payment are also recorded.
If we issue an invoice to you, then we process your personal data for this purpose to an extent necessary to issue the above-mentioned invoice. The legal basis for the processing of your personal data in this case is the fulfilment of the obligation to issue the invoice. Furthermore, all the issued invoices are included in the accounting records, therefore, your data will naturally be processed as part of these records for the period of time required by legal regulations.
By adding your comment on the blog, you provide us with your personal data such as your name and surname, e-mail address, website address and content of the comment. In addition to this, the IP address which you used to add the comment is recorded in the system. The data are saved in the WordPress and Disqus system base. The data from our WordPress database are stored in it for the period of the functioning of the blog. The data will be deleted from the base when we take the decision to close the blog. When it comes to the Disqus system, the data will arrive there on the basis of your agreement concluded with Disqus, which will allow you to use the Disqus system. It is Disqus itself which determines the purpose and time of data processing in the Disqus system, and we do not have any impact on this. Your data in this case are processed on the basis of your consent resulting from the addition of the comment. The data are processed for the purpose of publication of a comment on the blog. Some of the data (name and surname, profile photo) will be available publicly on the blog, with your comment.
By contacting us via electronic mail, you naturally provide us with your e-mail address as the address of the sender of a message. Furthermore, the content of your message may also include other personal data. The legal basis for the processing of personal data in such a case is your consent following your initiation of contact with us. Your personal data provided to us as part of the e-mail contact are processed for the purpose of handling your inquiry exclusively. The content of the correspondence may be subject to archiving.
Cookies and other tracking technologies
* to ensure the correct functioning of the website as you would expect,
* to correct the speed and security of using the website,
* to improve the features available to you on the website,
* to use analytical tools,
* to use marketing tools,
* to use the comments system,
* to display videos from YouTube, etc.,
* to ensure social media features.
More details can be found below.
Consent to cookies.
Our own cookies.
Analysis and statistics.
Comments on the blog are handled by the Disqus system. Therefore, cookies from Disqus are also used.
The use of the website is related to sending queries to the server on which the website is stored. Each query sent to the server is recorded in server logs. Logs include your IP address, the date and server time, and also information about the web browser and the operating system you use. The logs are saved and stored on the server. The data saved in the server logs are not associated with any particular website users and are not used by us for your identification. The server logs are auxiliary material; they are only used to administer the website, and their content is not disclosed to anyone except people authorised to administer the server.