GDPR and Privacy Policy

Please be informed that the Data Controller shall be the City President of Ruda Śląska. The detailed information on data processing can be found in Biuletyn Informacji Publicznej (Public Information Bulletin) at www.rudaslaska.bip.info.pl, on the official website of the City and on the information board in the Municipal Office buildings. Moreover, let me remind you that you may provide your phone number voluntarily to facilitate contact with the Municipal Office of Ruda Śląska with respect to the problem to be settled.

Personal data processing information

Legal grounds: Article 13(1) and (2) of the Regulation of the European Parliament and the Council (EU) 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 (General Data Protection Regulation) (Official Journal EU L of 4 May 2016, no. 119, p. 1), hereinafter referred to as “GDPR” (available here).

In connection with processing your personal data pursuant to the GDPR provisions in force from 25 May 2018 we would like to provide the information on personal data processing in the Municipal Office of Ruda Śląska:

I. DATA CONTROLLER.

The Data Controller for your personal data shall be the President of the City of Ruda Śląska, with her seat in the Municipal Office of Ruda Śląska, 41–709 Ruda Śląska, Plac Jana Pawła II 6.

II. DATA PROTECTION OFFICER.

The Data Controller appointed the Data Protection Officer, Ms Grażyna Janduła-Jonda.
You can contact the Data Protection Officer should you have any concerns
connected with your personal data protection in the following way:
— by e-mail at iod@ruda-sl.pl,
— by ordinary mail to the Data Controller’s seat.

III. LEGAL GROUNDS AND OBJECTIVES OF PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING.

  1. Your personal data shall be processed in connection with performing internal or commissioned tasks of the City of Ruda Śląska, as stipulated by the law, including but not limited to Article 7 and 8 of the Commune Self-Government Act or Article 4, 4a and 5 of the Poviat Self-Government Act to exercise the rights held by the City of Ruda Śląska, or to fulfil the obligations stipulated by the said regulations by the City of Ruda Śląska, or as required to carry out the task performed in the public interest or within the public governance.

  2. Processing can be required also to perform the agreement you are a party to or to initiate any measures requested by you before the agreement is executed.

  3. You may be also requested to provide your consent for your personal data processing for a specific purpose and in a specific scope.

IV. PERSONAL DATA RECIPIENTS.

Your data will not be shared with other entities except for entities authorised to process it under the applicable law.

V. DATA RETENTION PERIOD.

  1. Your data will be retained solely for the period required to fulfil the objective it was collected for or for the period stipulated by the law.
  2. After the objective your data was collected for is fulfilled, your data can be retained solely for archiving for the period determined based on the Regulation of the President of the Council of Ministers on the office instruction, uniform material lists of files and instructions on the organisation and operation scope of the plant archives, unless it is stipulated otherwise by specific provisions.

VI. RIGHTS OF DATA SUBJECTS, INCLUDING RIGHTS TO ACCESS THEIR PERSONAL DATA.

Pursuant to the principles stipulated by the GDPR, you shall be entitled to request the following from the Data Controller:

  • access to your personal data;
  • correct (amend) your personal data;
  • have your personal data deleted;
  • have your personal data processing restricted;
  • have your personal data transferred.

Moreover, you shall be also entitled to object to your data processing.

VII. RIGHT TO REVOKE YOUR CONSENT.

  1. Wherever your consent is required for personal data processing, you shall always be entitled to refrain from it, and if you have already granted your consent, to revoke it.
  2. Your consent revocation does not affect your data processing before the consent was withdrawn.

VIII. RIGHT TO COMPLAIN TO THE SUPERVISORY BODY.

Whenever you believe your data processing violates the personal data processing regulations, you shall be entitled to complain to the supervisory body, i.e. the President of the Personal Data Protection Office.

IX. INFORMATION ON THE MANDATORY/VOLUNTARY DATA PROVISION AND EFFECTS OF THE FAILURE TO PROVIDE PERSONAL DATA.

  1. Providing your personal data may be mandatory on the grounds of:
    – the applicable law,
    – the contract or
    – as a prerequisite of the contract execution,
    and then it is mandatory for you.
    If you are obliged under the applicable law to provide your personal data and you fail to do it, we will not be able to implement the statutory task which may result in statutory consequences.
  2. If it is mandatory under the contract to provide your personal data and you fail to do it, we will not be able to perform the said contract.
  3. If it is a prerequisite for the contract execution to provide your personal data and you fail to do it, we will not be able to execute the said contract.

X. AUTOMATED DECISION MAKING, PROFILING.

Your personal data shall not be processed automatically or profiled.

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