Ladies and Gentlemen, in order to give you full information regarding the right to receive a copy of the personal data concerning you, the regulations of filling the request you are entitled to, are stated below:
- Every physical person(the Applicant) has the right to turn to OptiNav Sp. z o.o.(the Company) with a request to confirm that the Company is processing the data concerning the Applicant and also to fulfil the right to access that data. The request should be in written form and sent under the following address: Grunwaldzka 10, 76-200 Słupsk or as an e-mail under: firstname.lastname@example.org. In case the Applicant’s data is not being processed (excluding the processing of the previously mentioned request) the request will not be fulfilled and the Applicant’s data received with the request will be immediately deleted.
- Immediately after receiving the request the Company informs the Applicant and files the information about the request in its register.
- The Company reserves the right to verify the Applicant’s identity in given on this website way. In case the Applicant’s identity cannot be verified due to reasons the Applicant is responsible for, the request will not be fulfilled. The Company will immediately inform the Applicant about the situation.
- The request is reviewed by substantive team called upon by the Company without any unnecessary delay and in approximately 7 days from receiving the request by the Company. The measures used in dealing with the request are consulted with the Data Protection Inspector called upon by the Company. In case the Inspector is not available, the Company will consult its cooperating Coordinator of Personal Data Protection.
- The Company responds to the Applicant in approximately three (3) weeks from its reception by the Company. In objectively complicated cases (e.g. requiring a significant amount of work from the Company) the above deadline is extended up to two (2) months which the Applicant is immediately informed about. At the same time the Company will spare no effort to prevent the deadline extension from happening.
- In order to fulfil the right to access the data to the Applicant, his or her data is revealed in the extent stated in the request. The extent of the information includes:
– The aim of processing,
– The categories of personal data that is subject to processing,
– The recipients or categories of recipients to whom the data was or will be revealed, especially the recipients in third countries or international organisations,
– The planned period of time in which the data will be stored and, if that is not possible, the way in which the time can be calculated,
– All possible information about the data’s source if it was not collected from the person concerned,
– Automated decision making, including data profiling, and essential information about the regulations of making the decisions and also the meaning and predicted consequences of such processing for the person concerned,
– The right to demand from the Company correction, deleting or limiting the data processing and the right to file an objection to such processing (in case when the Applicant is entitled to such a right),
– The right to file a charge to a supervising body.
- A copy of the personal data is attached to the response given to the Applicant in commonly known and available machine-readable formats.
Privacy of the OptiNav Sp. z o.o. company’s service’s users is of highest priority. We treat personal data protection of our customers with utmost care. We use appropriate technological measures making unauthorized persons unable to interfere with the data.
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