The policy applies to all WASKO domain websites (“WASKO Websites”). WASKO declares compliance of the WASKO Websites with the principles of technical knowledge and professionalism, as well as compliance with applicable laws and regulations, in particular those that protect privacy of users of the websites, i.e.:
In order to respect the privacy of users visiting the WASKO Websites, we inform you that the data collected in the logs is used only for the purpose of efficient and correct administration of WASKO Websites. This means that we do not seek to identify users of the WASKO Websites, transfer any personally identifiable information to any third party, or use the information for any other purpose.
In accordance with the rules adopted by most websites, we store HTTP queries addressed to our server. The resources that has been viewed by users are identified by URLs. The exact list of information stored in the web server log files is as follows:
The collected data is not associated with specific person browsing the WASKO Website. However, in order to ensure the highest quality of the provided services, we occasionally analyze the log files in order to determine which pages are visited most often, which web browsers are used and whether the structure of WASKO Websites is not faulty.
Collected logs are stored for an indefinite time as a material used to administer the WASKO Websites, e.g., to generate statistics used in administration. The information contained therein is not disclosed to anyone else than the persons authorized to administer the WASKO Websites. The aggregate summaries in the form of such statistics do not contain any features identifying the users of the WASKO Websites.
The processing of personal data does not involve automated decision-making with regard to persons, including profiling.
Except for the above mentioned means of using data, a situation in which other information about the user of the WASKO Websites, including personal data, may be necessary to carry out the requested service or process. In such cases, the user of the WASKO Websites shall be informed about the necessity to provide certain information, including personal data, and about the purpose of its use. The user of WASKO Websites has the opportunity to make a voluntary decision as to whether or not to provide access to his data. Nevertheless, the provision of personal data may be required in a situation in which the user is interested in receiving
information on the implementation of the service, events specified in the WASKO Websites (e.g. receiving information on the offered product, offer, launch of an internship program, recruitment process, etc.). Thus, a user of the WASKO Websites may be asked – also by a software performing activities posing a human being (an web bot) – to provide or complete and submit a form/questionnaire. The provided data will be processed for the time necessary to achieve the purpose of making it available, unless the law provides otherwise. In the event that a user of the WASKO Websites reveals personal data of a third party in a form/questionnaire, it is assumed
that this user has the appropriate permission of the person whose data he has disclosed. The User of WASKO Websites is entitled to:
WASKO does not disclose personal data to third parties, except for the cases where there is the legal basis for such action or when the request comes from the authorized entities. Personal data may be made available on request to public authorities or other entities entitled to such access on the basis of generally applicable law. In such cases, WASKO has concluded appropriate agreements with these entities, the object of which is to protect personal data against unauthorized access.
The data processed will not be transferred outside the European Economic Area or any international organizations.
WASKO websites use cookie files and other similar technologies. Cookie files are automatically downloaded and used by the WASKO Websites each time the user connects to the WASKO Websites. Cookie files are not used to collect any information about the users of the WASKO Websites or to track their activities. Cookie files do not store any personal data or other information collected from users of the WASKO Websites. WASKO websites use:
Cookies do not in any way identify the identity of the user of WASKO Websites, do not process personal data and do not cause configuration changes in the user’s terminal equipment and software installed on this device. The cookie settings are individual for each web browser. Please note that the user’s browser accepts the cookie files on default. The user can at any time completely turn off the cookie acceptance service in his browser, however, this action may affect the convenience of use of the WASKO Websites, as well as cause the inappropriate display of most websites. In some cases, it is possible to set the browser “ask for permission to accept the cookies setting, which enables the user to control the accepted cookies, but may slow down the browser. The default settings for cookies results in placing them on the user’s terminal device, which means that the WASKO will store and access information to them via user’s terminal
Through the WASKO Websites it is possible to recruit new employees, trainees and apprentices for WASKO. Personal data collected in this way are used only for recruitment purposes within the framework of current and future recruitment processes. By filling in the recruitment form, the user agrees separately to participate in the current and future recruitment processes conducted by WASKO. Consent applies to all documents submitted as part of the recruitment process.
Products and services offered on the WASKO Websites are aimed at persons over 18 years of age. Therefore, WASKO does not knowingly process children’s personal data.
Please be informed that WASKO Websites additionally use the Google Analytics traffic analysis service provided by Google Inc.
Requests, statements and all correspondence in matters concerning the protection of privacy or the protection of personal data shall be addressed to the Data Protection Officer:
The policy is constantly reviewed and, if necessary, updated. The current version of the Policy has been adopted and is effective from 25 May 2018.