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Maciej Wieczorkowski Law Firm - Privacy Policy

Hello dear guest,

in that mysterious place called privacy policy. I will be very surprised if you don’t turn out to be a lawyer… If you’re not one – wow, we have a real fan of personal data protection law! Let me know when you get to the end of this document! (I usually stop reading after the first two sentences). Either way, I invite you to read it.

The privacy policy is actually a place where you learn from the personal data administrator how the data you provide is processed. This is also a place where I, as the data controller of your personal data, can fulfill my information obligation towards you (Article 13 of the famous GDPR – Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on 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)

So yes…

The administrator is me – Maciej Wieczorkowski, running a business under the name Kancelaria Adwokacka Maciej Wieczorkowski. The address to which you can send correspondence is Gołębiew Stary 39a, 99-300 Kutno, address of an additional place of business: ul. Śląska 53/A401, 81-304 Gdynia. You can also contact me by e-mail at and by phone at 515-616-665.

For what purpose do I process your data?

in order to provide you with content on my website and display it correctly
in order to contact you, in particular by telephone (if you have provided it), e-mail, including to answer your question submitted via the form, as well as the Facebook fanpage – based on
in order to perform and implement the contract between us (if we conclude one),
to analyze network traffic to my website using available tools and plug-ins,
for direct marketing purposes, including the promotion of my content both on the website and on the Facebook fanpage, including by collecting likes and commenting on entries,
to send the newsletter (if I launch it…),
in order to fulfill my legal obligations related to, among others: with accounting and tax law regulations;

On what basis do I process your data?

I process your data for the following purposes on the following basis:

– in order to perform the contract for the provision of services, including considering complaints regarding the services provided, contacting you in connection with the performance of the contract for the provision of services, – Art. 6 section 1 letter b) GDPR

– in order to provide you with a newsletter (when I launch it:)) – art. 6 section 1 letter a) GDPR,

– in order to fulfill my legal obligation, i.e. fulfilling tax and accounting obligations, if any settlements occur between me and you – art. 6 section 1 letter c) GDPR.

– to analyze network traffic pursuant to Art. 6 section 1 letter f) GDPR

If you contact me via e-mail address or telephone number, you provide me with your personal data such as e-mail address and telephone number, but also other data included in the content of the correspondence, in particular your name and surname. Providing this data is voluntary, but necessary to establish contact. In this case, your data is processed for the purpose of contacting you, and the basis for processing is Art. 6 section 1 letter f GDPR, i.e. legitimate interest. The legal basis for processing after the end of contact is also a justified interest in the form of archiving correspondence for the purpose of ensuring the possibility of demonstrating certain facts in the future (Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR).

By subscribing to the newsletter, you provide me with your name and e-mail address. Providing data is voluntary, but necessary to deliver the newsletter to you. The basis for processing here is Art. 6 section 1 letter a) GDPR. You can unsubscribe from the newsletter at any time by clicking on the dedicated link in each message sent as part of the newsletter or by simply contacting me and thus withdraw your consent to the processing of this data.

The data will be stored for as long as necessary until the limitation period for claims arising from the service contract expires. In this respect, I rely on the legitimate interest referred to in Art. 6 section 1 letter f) GDPR, which interest consists in archiving information for the purpose of establishing, pursuing or defending claims.

The content of the correspondence may be archived and I cannot clearly determine when it will be deleted. You can demand its removal, unless its archiving is justified due to the interests of the Administrator and his overriding interests, e.g. defense against potential claims from you.

Transferring data to other entities

Your data will not be transferred to third countries or international organizations. However, your data will be transferred