Information clause regarding personal data processing.

  1. Your personal data is administered by B&B Promotional Sweets ( B&B Słodycze Reklamowe A.K.J. Błaszczak sp.j. ), located at Średnia 38, 05-822 Milanówek, Poland, tel. 22 724 61 65, e-mail:

  2. Your personal data can be processed for the purpose of

  1. product and service marketing, including analytical purposes – with the legal base being a granted permission,

  2. execution of a placed order, execution of an ordered service – with the the legal base being a placed order or an agreement / order to provide services,

  3. distribution of our newsletter – with the legal base being a granted permission.

  1. Providing the data is voluntary, but also neccessary for the purposes stated in pt. 2

  2. Your personal data will not be stored longer than required to fulfill the goals for which they were gathered, or longer than legally allowed.

  3. The recipients of your personal data can be bodies providing services for the administrator , including bodies providing services in the fields of accounting, legal support, technical support, software and IT solutions providers, as well as banks, insurance companies, telecommunication companies, tax offices, public administration organs.

  4. Each person providing personal data has:

  1. the right of access – can demand from the administrator information on the processing of their personal data , that is, confirmation whether their personal data is being processed. If the data is indeed processed, they are entintled to access them, receiving their copy and to receiving the following information: the purpose of processing, types of stored data, information on their recipients or types of recipients that have received them or will in the future, the duration of their storage, its criteria, the owner’s rights related to the processing of their personal data, the possibilities of filing a complaint with the supervising organ, the source of acquired personal data if it was not received directly from their owner, and the profiling and automated processing of decision (art. 15 of RODO);

  2. the right of correction – can correct their personal data. If the person establishes that their personal data processed by the administrator is incorrect, out-of-date or incomplete, they can demand their immediate correction or supplementaion (art. 16 of RODO);

  3. the right to be forgotten – can demand the deletion of their personal data, wherein if the person gave permission for processing of their data, the demand of deletion will have the same effect as withdrawing their permission (art. of 17 RODO);

  4. right to limit the processing – can demand limiting the processing of their personal data (art. of 18 RODO), that is, demand cessation of their processing in any other way than storage.

  5. right to transfer – can move their personal data, that is, receive the personal data provided to the administrator in a structured, commonly used format suitable for machine-based reading if their processing is based on granted permission, or demand disclosing the data to another administrator pointed by the data owner (art. 20 of RODO).

  1. You have the right to file a complaint with President of the Office for Personal Data Protection if you believe that the processing of personal data concerning you violates the regulations of the Ordinance.

  2. In case of processing based on granted permission, you are entitled at any moment to withdraw your permission for the personal data processing, however the withdrawal does not affect the legal accordance of processing based on permission that took plac before its withdrawing. The permission can be each time withdrawn the same way it was granted, especially by submitting a proper declaration using contact or electronic mail adress provided in pt. 1

  3. Your personal data will not be processed in the realm of automated decision making, nor will they undergo profiling.