BabyGym sp. z o.o. guarantees the safety of data, including personal data, of users visiting the website babygym.pl . The information given below guarantees that personal data will remain confidential and be used properly
Personal Data Administrator
BabyGym sp. z o.o. based in Wrocław at ul. Marca Polo 29/27, 51-504 Wrocław is the administrator of your data.
The administrator can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and by telephone to 535 083 208
Your personal details are processed mainly for the following purposes:
- Making our services available to you for your use, the legal basis for this processing is that it is necessary in order for us to conclude an agreement with you and execute it.
- Managing and improving our activities, by which we understand, in particular, managing and improving the website, enhancing our offer, detecting financial and other types of abuse and preventing these, the legal basis for this processing is our legally justified interest.
- Personalising the content provided, by which we understand personalising the offers and advertisements displayed to you on the website – in this case, depending on the specific situation, the legal basis for this processing may be your consent or our legally justified interest.
- Contacting and interacting with you, by which we understand responding to queries, comments, etc. addressed to us – in this case, depending on the specific situation, the legal basis for this processing may be your consent or our legally justified interest.
- Resolving disputes, considering complaints and claims , by which we understand consideration of complaints, legal claims or disputes involving you or us – in this case, depending on the specific situation, the legal basis for this processing may be your consent or our legally justified interest.
- Carrying out obligations imposed on us by legislation , e.g. by tax law – in this case, the legal basis for this processing will be the fact that the processing is necessary to meet a legal obligation which binds us.
The period during which your data will be stored and processed
With regard to the services provided via the BabyGym website, your data will be processed during the period when those services are being provided, and sometimes afterwards, in order to:
- seek claims in connection with the realisation of the agreement,
- meet obligations arising from legislation, in particular with regard to taxes and accountancy,
- prevent abuses and fraud,
- statistics and archiving,
- for a maximum period of 10 years from the day when the contract ceases to be executed.
Data will be processed for marketing purposes until the moment you withdraw your consent for such processing.
With regard to matching the content of BabyGym to your interests, and also to detecting bots and abuses, and making statistical measurements and improving the service, your data will be processed for these purposes until the moment you express an objection or the time you cease using the services of BabyGym
Legal basis for processing personal data
With regard to the provision of services by BabyGym sp. z o.o. Your data will be processed pursuant to art. 6 para. 1 b) of the Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) no. 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 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 (GDPR) (this is necessary to execute an agreement to which the person whose data is being processed is party).
The legal basis for processing your personal data for marketing purposes is your voluntary consent to the processing of data, including for profiling.
With regard to matching the content of the publisher’s website to your interests, and also to detecting bots and abuses, and making statistical measurements and improving the service, your data will be processed pursuant to art. 6 para. 1 f) of GDPR (the justified interest of the administrator). It is in the justified interest of the administrator to adapt the content of the website to your needs, to ensure the security of those services and also to continually improve them.
Making your data available
We may, and most probably will, make your data available to:
- our employees
- people collaborating with us on the basis of civil law contracts
- providers of courier or postal services
- providers of electronic payment services
- providers supplying us with IT and network infrastructure
- providers of technologies used by the website
- providers of accountancy services
- other entities, insofar as this is necessary for the purposes of data processing.
We may also provide your data in the following circumstances:
- if the law or public authorities stipulate that we must provide your personal data, or for the purposes of the justice system;
- if we must provide your personal data in order to ascertain, execute or defend our rights (this includes providing personal data to other parties in order to prevent fraud);
- • in the event of restructuring, sale or transfer of company property (or part thereof), e.g. in connection with a takeover or merger.
On each occasion we will provide the narrowest possible scope of your data to enable the purpose for which the data is processed and to execute the duties to which we are subject.
Personal details which we collect
When completing the form, you must provide the data required, such as email address, the child’s full name and your telephone number. Providing these details is voluntary, but necessary to send the form.
When submitting an order, you must provide the data necessary to realise it, such as the child’s full name, email address and your telephone number. And select a group. Providing these details is voluntary, but necessary to submit the order.
If you want to subscribe to the newsletter, you must provide us with your email address using the newsletter subscription form. Providing these details is voluntary, but necessary to subscribe to the newsletter.
Data provided to us while subscribing to the newsletter is used in order to send you the newsletter, and the legal basis for its processing is your consent (art. 6 para. 1 a of GDPR) given when subscribing to the newsletter.
You may, at any moment, correct your details included in the newsletter base, as well as request its removal, resigning from receipt of the newsletter. You are also entitled to transfer the data, as mentioned in art. 20 of GDPR.
- Complaints and withdrawal from the agreement:
If you submit a complaint or withdraw from the agreement, you are providing us with the personal data contained in the content of the complaint or the declaration of withdrawal from the agreement, which includes your full name, email address and telephone number. Provision of the data is voluntary, but necessary to submit a complaint or withdraw from the agreement.
Data provided to us in connection with submitting a complaint or withdrawing from the agreement is used in order to conduct the complaint procedure or the withdrawal from the agreement (art. 6 para. 1 c of GDPR).
Information on what data we gather automatically
Some data is gathered automatically as a result of you using the website. This information includes:
- the internet protocol (IP) address of the device from which you are accessing the Platform (this can sometimes be used to obtain information about the country or town/city in which you are using the platform)
- the address of the page visited immediately before visiting the website
- specific actions taken on the website, including pages visited, streams sent, connections with Facebook or Google+ accounts, comments added or searches made
- all the search terms which you may have entered on the website
- the time, frequency and length of your visits to the website
- your search engine type and operating system
- the type of device from which you are accessing the website, for example whether you are accessing the website from a personal computer or a mobile device, and the device ID
- information collected using cookies and similar technology, as described in the section dedicated to cookies
- information concerning interaction with email messages, for example whether you open, click on or forward them.
Passing on data beyond the European Economic Area
Your personal data will not be forwarded to third countries outside the European Economic Area.
GDPR gives you the following potential entitlements in connection with the processing of your personal data:
- to access the personal data,
- to correct the personal data,
- to remove the personal data,
- to limit the processing of the personal data,
- to object to the processing of personal data,
- to transfer the data,
- to submit a complaint to the supervisory body,
- to withdraw consent to the processing of personal information, if such consent was expressed
We emphasise that you are always entitled to one of the rights indicated above – if you consider that, while processing your personal data, I have violated personal data protection regulations, you have the possibility to submit a complaint to the supervisory body (Head of the Personal Data Protection Authority).
The websites are not intended for children. People below 18 years of age may not use the websites. We do not intentionally gather the personal data of persons under 18 years old, nor do we allow them to use our websites. If we notice that we have been gathering the personal data of someone under 18, we immediately delete it. If you have reason to believe that we may have gathered such personal data, please contact us immediately and directly at the email address indicated: email@example.com