Wydawnictwa Szkolne i Pedagogiczne Spółka Akcyjna (“WSiP”), publisher of mobile applications (“mobile applications”) is particularly committed to protecting the privacy of its users. For these reasons we collect only such information which helps us understand the needs of our users and continuously adjust the mobile applications to meet their expectations, and also to prepare statistics to assist us in aligning our offer to the users’ expectations. For this reason, amongst others, we collect and process the necessary data of our users.
Without the user’s consent, WSiP will not collect personal data but only non-personal data and in particular demographical data and data on the utilisation of the mobile application. Depending on the type of data, it shall be collected out of the user’s initiative or automatically.
II. AUTOMATICALLY COLLECTED DATA
Whenever the user uses a mobile application, the demographical data is automatically being collected. Statistical data concerning application usage, etc., is not personal data and does not enable an explicit personal identification of the user.
In order to improve the quality of the services provided, WSiP uses also systems for monitoring mobile application errors. Therefore, in the event of an application error, WSiP may automatically collect information on the application error from the user and in particular on the status of the user’s device at the time the error occurred, identification of the user’s device, physical location of the user’s device at the time the error occurred. This data is not personal data.
Automatically collected data may be used to analyse behaviour of the mobile application users or to collect demographic data about our users.
III. DATA COLLECTED DURING USER’S CONTACT
If the user contacts WSiP and proceeds in a required way (submits an enquiry) via the website, telephone or e-mail, WSiP will require disclosure of personal information, such as first name, last name, e-mail address, in order to confirm the user’s identity and be able to contact the user again, if necessary. The data disclosure is not obligatory, however, it is necessary for the user to be able to proceed in a required way or obtain information.
Data collected in the course of communication between WSiP and the user will be used solely to ensure correct exchange of correspondence with the user by as much as possible.
IV. DATA UTILISATION
Personal data disclosed by users shall be processed pursuant to the Personal Data Protection Act of 29 August 1997 (Journal of Laws of 2002, No. 101, item 926 as amended) and the Act on providing electronic services of 18 July 2002 (Journal of Laws of 2002 No. 144, item 1204). Users are entitled to have access to their personal data and to correct the same. Automatically collected data cannot be altered or deleted.
The personal data controller is the company operating under business name Wydawnictwa Szkolne i Pedagogiczne spółka akcyjna with its registered office in Warsaw, Al. Jerozolimskie 96 00-807 Warsaw, entered in the register of entrepreneurs kept by the District Court for the Capital City of Warsaw, 12 Commercial Division, under number KRS 0000332148, tax identification number (NIP) 527 2605292 and having the share capital of PLN 32.050.400.
WSiP guarantees that it will employ appropriate technical and organisational means to ensure safety of the processed data, in particular such means which prevent access of unauthorised persons or its unlawful processing, data loss, damage or destruction.
WSiP shall not disclose, sell or provide for use the personal data of its users which it has collected to any third parties or organisations, unless upon explicit authorisation of the user or upon his/ her request or upon demand of legally authorised governmental bodies for the purpose of conducting investigations. We may, however, disclose our consolidated general statistic summaries to internet services or advertising agencies cooperating with us. Such summaries shall not contain personally identifiable information which could be used to identify individual users.