Sagitum SA declares that the websites operate with the utmost care, the principles of technical knowledge and the principles of industrial professionalism, as well as compliance with applicable laws, in particular those that protect the privacy of website users:
– Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the EU Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC. Official Journal of the EU, L. 2016 No. 119/1,
– Act of 18 July 2002 on the provision of electronic services, i.e. Journal of Laws of the Republic of Poland of 2013 item 1422 with later changes,
– Act of 16 July 2004 Telecommunications Law, i.e. Journal of Laws of the Republic of Poland of 2014 item 243 with later changes.
Data collection through the Sagitum SA website
Each visit of the User viewing the Sagitum SA website is automatically registered on the server in the so-called system logs. The data saved in this way include, among others: date, time of visit and the IP address. Data from system logs are used only for the purpose of administering servers and keeping statistics of website visits.
In accordance with the accepted practice of most websites, we store HTTP requests directed to our server. This means that we know the public IP addresses from which Users browse the information content of our website. Browsed resources are identified by URL addresses. We also know:
– request arrival time,
– response time,
– name of the client station – identification carried out by the HTTP protocol,
– information about errors that occurred during the implementation of the HTTP transaction,
– URL address of the page previously visited by the user ( referer link) – if the website was accessed via a link,
– information about the user’s browser.
Notwithstanding the above, there may be circumstances in which specific information about the User other than the above, including personal data, will be necessary to perform the requested service or process. In such cases, the User will be informed about the need to provide certain information, including personal data, and about the purpose of their use. The user has the option of making a voluntary decision to provide or refuse to provide their data.
Nevertheless, providing personal data may be required in a situation where the User is interested in receiving information regarding the implementation of a service or event specified on the Sagitum SA website (e.g. receiving information about a product, organized event, offer, downloading a demo, launching an internship program, the recruitment process).
Purposes and legal grounds for processing personal data
We may collect the User’s personal data and further process it for the following purposes:
– responding to inquiries submitted via the contact form;
– marketing of own products (if the User is our client, we can process the User’s personal data for marketing purposes as part of the so-called legitimate interest);
– sending a newsletter – if the User has agreed to receive it;
– recruitment – if the User has sent us his CV.
In the case of processing data in order to respond to the correspondence sent by the User, the legal basis for processing is the User’s consent (Article 6 section 6 letter a of the GDPR).
In the case of processing the User’s data for marketing purposes, including in particular informing about the products, promotions, services, trainings offered by Sagitum SA, sending a newsletter as well as displaying advertisements tailored to the User’s preferences, the legal basis for data processing is our legitimate interest (Article 6 section 1 letter f of the GDPR), including presenting the User with offers, promotions, advertisements that may be of interest to him, as well as other information regarding the activities of Sagitum SA.
Similarly, in the case of processing the User’s personal data for analytical and statistical purposes, ensuring security on the Sagitum SA website, we rely on our legitimate interest (Article 6 section 1 letter f of the GDPR) consisting in providing a user-friendly, attractive and secure website and its optimization in order to achieve both our business goals and meet the expectations of the User.
If the User sends an application in relation to recruitment for a vacant position, the legal basis for the processing of personal data is the performance of legal obligations incumbent on the administrator (Article 6 section 1 letter c of the GDPR in relation to the provisions of the Labor Code) and in the case of CV data not indicated in the law, as well as in the case of a desire to participate in subsequent recruitments, the additional legal basis for processing is the User’s consent (Article 6 section 1 letter a of the GDPR).
Time of storage and processing of the User’s personal data
In the case of sending an inquiry to Sagitum SA via the contact form, personal data is stored and processed for the period necessary to provide an answer.
In the case of subscribing to the newsletter or sending commercial information, the data will be stored and processed until you resign from receiving the newsletter.
If the User sends an application and participates in recruitment, personal data is processed until the end of recruitment, unless the User has agreed to participate in future recruitment, then personal data is processed for a period of 2 years from the date of consent.
The User’s personal data may be disclosed to our trusted business partners, i.e. entities with whom we cooperate, for the purposes referred to above, including in particular sub-suppliers responsible for the operation of IT systems and equipment, entities providing recruitment services, marketing agencies, and in addition authorities or third parties who make an appropriate request, based on an appropriate legal basis.
User’s personal data, in special situations, i.e. related to our use of services, tools and applications offered by Google Inc. may be transferred outside the European Economic Area. In the case of the above entities, data is transferred on the basis of contracts based on standard contractual clauses issued by the European Commission in accordance with article 46 section 2 letter of the GDPR.
The persons whose data we process have the following rights:
– the right to access data; the right to rectify data;
– the right to delete data;
– the right to limit data processing;
– the right to transfer data;
– the right to object (when the basis for processing is the legitimate interest of the administrator),
– the right to withdraw consent (when data processing is based on consent);
– the right to complain.
The implementation of the above rights depends on the conditions set out in the GDPR. In the event of refusal to accept the request, the User will receive a response with justification for the refusal.
We point out that:
– the right to delete data and the right to demand restriction of their processing is available only in the cases listed in the provisions of the GDPR;
– the right to transfer data applies only if the legal basis for processing is consent or performance of the contract;
– withdrawal of consent to data processing is allowed at any time, which, however, does not affect the lawfulness of the processing carried out before the withdrawal;
– objection to data processing is admissible at any time and should include justification (except for objection to data processing for marketing purposes, where justification is not required);
– we may refuse to delete data despite such a request, provided that one of the exceptions listed in the GDPR applies, e.g. when data processing is necessary to comply with a legal obligation or to establish, pursue or defend claims;
– in some cases, we may refuse to take into account the objection to data processing on the basis of our legitimate interest, when there are valid legitimate grounds for data processing that override the interests, rights and freedoms of the objecting party or there are grounds for establishing, investigating or defending claims.
If it is found that the processing of personal data violates the provisions of the GDPR, the data subject may submit a complaint to the supervisory body, i.e. the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection.
We reserve that Sagitum SA websites do not collect, monitor or verify information on the age of Users visiting them or other information, the collection of which would allow to determine whether the User (including the recipient and user of e-mailing lists, participant in surveys and the person taking participation in competitions organized through them) has legal capacity.
Sagitum SA websites use the so-called cookies. Cookies, information saved by servers on the User’s end device, which servers can read each time they connect to this end device. Sagitum SA may also use other technologies with functions similar or identical to cookies.
Cookie technique is used by most of the advanced websites in order to improve the quality of the website’s operation, in particular:
– creating viewing statistics for individual content,
– personalization of services provided using the website,
– maintaining user sessions,
– authentication of people using the website,
– providing Users with personalized advertising content.
Sagitum SA websites use the following types of cookies:
– “necessary” cookies, enabling the use of services available on the website, e.g. enabling the use of sessions; the User’s consent to our use of these cookies is not required,
– “functional” cookies, enabling “remembering” the settings selected by the User and personalizing the User’s interface, e.g. in terms of the selected mobile/classic version, the last phrases entered by the User, the appearance of the website, the status of the bookmark mechanism, etc.; the use of this type of cookies requires the User’s consent,
– “analytical” cookies – they collect information on the User’s activity on the website and enable optimization of its functioning, moreover, they can provide information on the websites most often visited by a given user and help identify inconveniences or problems, as well as demonstrate the effectiveness of the advertisements used; the use of these cookies makes it possible to track the patterns of using the website by many Users, not just individual visitors – statistical files that do not process personal data do not require the User’s consent,
– “advertising/marketing” cookies – they are used to adjust the advertising content displayed to the User and thanks to this, the advertisements displayed both on external websites and on the SAGITUM SA website are tailored to the Users’ preferences in terms of choosing services, based on the data held by SAGITUM SA, including the behavior of users on SAGITUM SA websites – the use of these cookies requires the User’s consent.
The exact characteristics of cookies and their properties are specified in the table in the consent banner for cookies, which is displayed to the User of the website when it is first displayed in the browser window.
In some cases, it is possible to set the browser to ask for the user’s consent to cookies in each case. This gives the User the ability to control cookies , but may slow down the performance of the browser.
Failure to change the cookie settings means that they will be placed on the User’s end device under the existing conditions, and thus Sagitum S.A. will store information on the User’s end device and access it.
Personal Data Protection Coordinator
Jana Twardowskiego 9, 35-302 Rzeszów
phone +48 695 996 888