The administrator of your personal data is the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews based in Warsaw (00-157) Anielewicza 6 street. The POLIN Museum has been appointed Data Protection Officer, which you can contact via e-mail [email protected], or by phone at 22 471 03 41.
Your personal data will be processed in order to carry out the event of the POLIN museum on the basis of art. 6 par. a) regulation, i.e. the consent of the data subject.
The recipients of your personal data may be: IT systems and IT service providers, entities providing accounting services to the Museum, quality of service investigations, claims recovery, legal, analytical and marketing services, electronic payment systems operators and banks in the scope of payments, bodies entitled to receive your personal data based on the law.
Your personal data will not be transferred to a third countries. Your personal data will be processed for personal data processed in order to implement the co-organization of the event. After this period, personal data will be processed only to the extent and for the time required by law.
Each of the expressed consents can be withdrawn at any time. Withdrawal of consent does not affect the legality of the processing carried out prior to its withdrawal. For the purposes of evidence, the Museum asks for withdrawal of consent in writing to the address (Warsaw (00-157) 6 Anielewicza Street) or electronic (email to [email protected]).
You have the right to access your data and the right to rectify, delete, limit processing, the right to data transfer, the right to object, the right to withdraw consent at any time without affecting the legality of processing, which was made on the basis of consent before its withdrawal.
You have the right to lodge a complaint to the supervisory authority when you feel that the processing of personal data concerning you violates the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation of April 27, 2016. Your data will be processed in an automated manner, they will also be profiled in this. Providing personal data is voluntary, but it is necessary to provide services, including electronic services for your behalf or the conclusion and performance of contracts.
The consequence of not providing personal data required by the Museum is the lack of possibility to provide services.