How much Russia owes us for the aggression in 1939 and postwar plunder – Radio Szczecin

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Below we have collected information on the principles of processing your personal data under the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union Regulation 2016/679 of 27 April 2016. on the protection of individuals with respect to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of that data, and the repeal of Directive 95/46/EC (hereinafter referred to as GDPR). Please read – it shouldn’t take too long. From this study you will learn what the obligations of an Administrator are, what rights you have and how to exercise those rights. Please contact us if you have any doubts.

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What you should know about the security of your personal data in relation to the GDPR

  1. Your personal data administrator is Polish Radio Szczecin SA with its registered office at al. Wojska Polskiego 73, 70-481 Szczecin (hereinafter referred to as “Radio Station”).
  2. Based on Art. 37 seconds. 1 lights up. a) of the GDPR, a Data Protection Officer (DPO) is appointed to oversee the processing of personal data on the Radio Station. You can contact the DPO by writing to the address given above or to the email address The inspector will be happy to assist in everything related to the protection of personal data, in particular, he will answer questions regarding the processing of your personal data.
  3. Your personal data will be processed For :
  • performance of a contract to which you were a party or took action prior to its conclusion (under Article 6(1)(b) GDPR);
  • the exercise of legitimate and necessary interests exercised by the Administrator or by third parties, in particular the marketing of own and third party products and analytical purposes (under Article 6(1)(f) GDPR);
  • implementation of one or more specific purposes based on your explicit and voluntary consent (under Article 6(1)(a) GDPR)
  • The station processes your personal data strictly defined minimum range necessary to achieve the above objectives.
  • Your personal data may be provided to other entities. The basis for the above actions can be legal provisions (e.g. ZUS, tax administration, judiciary) or properly constructed, ensuring the security of personal data, agreements to entrust the data for processing to third parties cooperating with the Radio Station (e.g. with entities from the ICT sector and telecommunications, analytics and marketing services).
  • Your personal data may be transferred to third countries or international organizations only subject to your express consent obtained after prior presentation of the rules and potential effects of such transfers and meeting a number of conditions set out in the GDPR provisions.
  • In the cases mentioned in points 5 and 6, your data will be secured in a manner that ensures its confidentiality using appropriate technical and technological solutions according to good practices used in the secure processing of personal data.
  • Your personal data will be stored for the period necessary to achieve the purpose for which it was collected, in accordance with the filing deadline set out in the special law and the Law of 14 July 1983. about national archival resources and archives (Journal of Laws 2018, item 217), and if processed on the basis of your consent – up to its withdrawal.
  • In relation to the processing of your personal data, you have the right to:
    • access to the content of your data,
    • correction of this data
    • their removal,
    • data processing restrictions,
    • object to their processing,
    • transfer your personal data,
    • revocation of consent at any time (if such consent is stated) without affecting the lawfulness of the processing made on the basis of the consent prior to the revocation.
  • The above right can be exercised in person at the seat of Polskie Radio Szczecin SA, by directing correspondence to the chair address of the Administrator or to the email address of the Data Protection Officer.
  • If you determine that the processing of your personal data violates the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), you have the right to lodge a complaint with the regulatory body at the following address: Biuro Ochrony Danych Osobowych, ul. Stawki 2, 00-193 Warsaw
  • Providing personal data is voluntary, but depending on the situation, this may be a statutory or contractual requirement. In special cases, failure to provide data may require the performance of the activity for which you are the Subject (including the completion of a contract).
  • Your data may be subject to automated processing consisting of profiling. We personalize content and advertisements and analyze activity on websites and on the Internet. One of the ways we process personal data is the so-called profilingbased on your data, we may create a preference profile for you and then customize the advertising content shown to suit your needs and interests. At the same time, we want to inform you that we do not make decisions automatically, including based on profiling.
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