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SPK Privacy policy

Privacy policy

General information

The controller of your personal data is: The Competition Law Association, c/o Dentons Europe Dąbrowski i Wspólnicy sp.k., Zajęcza 4, 00 – 351 Warsaw, e-mail: spk@spk.com.pl.

We are committed to ensuring the best possible protection of your data which will be stored on behalf of the Association by entities capable of providing adequate levels of protection. 

Data collected during registration of event participants

We will only process the data you provide to the extent required to enable you to attend the event and be issued with a certificate of participation should you wish to receive one. You will be required to consent to the processing of your data when registering for the event or ordering the event participation certificate. Data disclosure is voluntary, but if you decline to provide your details, you will not be able to register for the event or order the certificate of participation.

With regard to the processing of the data referred to above, you have the right to:

  • withdraw your consent at any time (without affecting the lawfulness of processing based on consent before its witdrawal),
  • request access to your data, its rectification, erasure, or restriction of its processing, and
  • lodge a complaint with the personal data protection authority.

Your data may be disclosed to the entity which will provide a venue for the event.

Your personal data will be stored until any claims you might have with regard to your participation in the event become time barred.

Photographs

Photographs may be taken during the event to commemorate it on our Association’s website and  to promote the Association’s activities in the pursuit of our Association’s legitimate interests.

With regard to the processing of the data referred to above, you have the right to:

  • object to processing of your data at any time,
  • request access to your data, its rectification, erasure, or restriction of its processing, and
  • lodge a complaint with the personal data protection authority.

Photographs in which you appear may be processed for a period of ten years following the date of their first publication.