Information obligation - information for students

WHO IS THE ADMINISTRATOR OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA AND HOW CAN YOU CONTACT US?

 

WHO IS THE ADMINISTRATOR OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA AND HOW CAN YOU CONTACT US?

 

The administrator of your personal data is the University of Lower Silesia in Wrocław, 55 Strzegomska Street, 53-611 Wrocław.

 

If you have questions about the processing of your personal data and your rights, please contact our Data Protection Officer at iod@dsw.edu.pl.

 

 

THE PURPOSES, LEGAL BASIS, AND DURATION FOR WHICH WE PROCESS YOUR PERSONAL DATA

 

Marketing purposes

For marketing purposes, we will process your data on the basis of your consent for 5 years, effective January 1 of the year following the date of your consent. With this consent, we will be able to send you information about our offer, events organised by us and promotions we have prepared for you.

 

Newsletter

With regard to the Newsletter service, your data are processed to the extent necessary for the proper implementation of this service. The legal basis for the processing of your data is Article 6.1.b GDPR. Provision of your personal data is voluntary but necessary to subscribe to and use the Newsletter service, the consequence of failing to provide your data will be that you will not be able to use the service. Your data in the provision of the service will be processed until you unsubscribe - in accordance with the Newsletter service provision regulations.

 

Social media

In terms of social media activity, we will process your data for the following purposes:

1. To maintain our social media profile/channel, under the terms and conditions specified by them, and to inform, you through them about our activities, the events we organise, and the products and services we offer;

2. To contact you;

3. Analyse the functioning, popularity, and use of our profile/channel;

4. To send you commercial information, including invitations to events organised by us, through the functionality of the profile/channel.

The legal basis for processing your data for the purposes mentioned above is our legitimate interest, which is to promote our activities and expand our circle of supporters, and answer your questions. We process your personal data for the duration of your activity related to the profile/channel and then for a maximum of until your account is deleted or you are removed from the profile/channel.

 

The legal basis for processing your data for the purposes listed above is our legitimate interest, which is to promote our activities and expand our circle of supporters and answer your questions. We process your personal data for the duration of your activity related to the profile/channel and then for a maximum of until your account is deleted or you are removed from the profile/channel.

 

Graduate research

For the purposes of the graduate fate survey, we will process your data on the basis of your consent for 5 years, starting from 1 January of the year following your graduation date. With this consent, we find out whether you are satisfied with our studies and how graduation has affected your career. Based on this data, we can develop our offerings and upgrade our educational programmes.

 

Provision of educational services and archiving of data after the service has been provided

To provide educational services, take the necessary pre-contractual steps, perform the contract, and archive data after the service has been provided, we will process your data based on the contract concluded or the Act of 20 July 2018. Law on Higher Education and Science, for a period of time: 

  • 50 years in accordance with para. 15(12)(4) Of the Regulation of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of 27 September 2018 on degree programmes,

  • 25 years if the documentation concerns postgraduate studies and MBA and Executive MBA,

  • The period resulting from the applicable legislation in the case of other educational services (e.g. training),

  • 6 months from the end of your enrolment if you do not start your studies with us.

 

 

Remote teaching, diploma examinations, credits, and verification of learning outcomes carried out remotely

 

As a university, we can conduct teaching using distance learning methods and techniques, the legal basis for processing your data is Article 12(1) of the Regulation of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of 27 September 2018 on studies. We can also organise the verification of the achieved learning outcomes specified in the study programme, in particular, to conduct credits and examinations at the end of specific classes, outside the university premises or its branch using electronic communication means.

In the case of diploma examinations conducted off-site or outside a branch of the university using electronic means of communication, these means must ensure, in particular, real-time transmission of the diploma examination between the participants and real-time multilateral communication. The statutory basis for the processing of your data is Article 76bis(1) of the Law of 20 July 2018. Tertiary Education and Science Act. Personal data processed at the time of transmission shall be processed only during the duration of the task.

 

Dissertation defence by remote mode

When conducting a dissertation defence, we may conduct it outside the premises of the doctoral subject using electronic means of communication, these means must ensure, in particular, real-time transmission of the dissertation examination between the participants and real-time multilateral communication. The legal basis for the processing of your data is Article 191 (1a) of the Act of 20 July 2018. Law on Higher Education and Science. Personal data processed during the transmission will only be processed for the duration of the task.

 

Library

If you make use of the library's resources and use the reading room, your personal data will be processed to enable you to use the library's collections, use the library information system operating at the university, and for us to fulfil our obligations under the Act of 27 June 1997 on libraries (Journal of Laws 2018, item 574, i.e.) and the Act of 20 July 2018 - Law on Higher Education and Science (Journal of Laws 2018, item 1668, as amended).

 

The basis for the processing of your personal data is Article 6(1)(b) and (c) of the DPA, Article 6(1)(a) of the GDPA if applicable.

 

Assistance to persons with disabilities

Concerning the processes in place to ensure that the Disability Rights Commission provides support and creates conditions for people with disabilities to participate fully in the university's admission process for education, training and academic activities. The documentation you provide will be the basis for your use of all the support offered by the Disability Commissioner to applicants, students, and staff at the University with disabilities and health difficulties.

 

If you make use of the University's support, the processing of your personal data is necessary for the fulfilment of our legal obligations (Art. 6(1)(c) GDPR) in connection with the tasks set out, inter alia, in the Act of 20 July 2018. Law on Higher Education and Science and implementing acts issued on its basis.

 

All other personal data of yours that is not required for the above purposes may be processed on the basis of your separately given consent (Art. 6(1)(a) GDPR).

 

The basis for the processing of special categories of personal data (health data) is Article 9(2)(a) GDPR - consent to process special categories of personal data.

 

Processing of personal data in the video surveillance system

 

As part of our tasks to ensure the safety of persons on the University's premises and to safeguard property, as well as for the purposes of establishing, asserting or defending claims in judicial, administrative or other out-of-court proceedings - we carry out video surveillance. The legal basis for the processing of the data recorded as part of the monitoring carried out is our legitimate interest (Art. 6(1)(f) GDPR). Video surveillance recordings are stored for a period of no more than three months from the date of recording, unless the recording is necessary to establish, and document events as part of the purposes for which the monitoring is carried out, in which case the processing period will be extended until the completion of these tasks.

 

Claims and defence against them

In addition to this, we will also process your data for the purposes of establishing, defending against, and pursuing claims, which is in our legitimate interest. We will process this data until the statute of limitations for potential claims as defined by law.

 

 

WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS CONCERNING OUR PROCESSING OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA?

 You have the right:

  • To access the content of your data,

  • To rectify your data,

  • To erasure of your data if:

    • You withdraw your consent to the processing of your personal data,

    • Your personal data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected or for which it was processed,

    • You object to the use of your data for marketing purposes,

    • You raise an objection to the use of your data for the purpose of customising our services to your preferences,

    • Your personal data is processed unlawfully,

 

You have the right:

  • To restrict the processing of your data,

  • To object to the processing of your data,

  • To data portability,

  • To withdraw your consent at any time. The withdrawal of consent does not affect the processing carried out by us before the withdrawal.

 

 

You also have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority if you consider that the processing of your personal data violates the applicable law.

 

The provision of personal data for marketing purposes and graduate research is voluntary.

 

The provision of data to provide educational services and archive data after the service has been provided is required by law or is necessary for the conclusion of a contract. If you refuse to provide your data or provide incorrect data, we will not be able to provide the service for you.

 

 

HOW DO WE TAILOR SERVICES TO YOUR INTERESTS AND PREFERENCES? 

We will process the personal data collected for marketing purposes by automated means, in the form of profiling. This means that by analysing the data you provide, we will make an offer tailored to your needs.

 

Based on the data we receive from you, we also tailor the content of online advertisements to your preferences. Here, too, we act based on our legitimate interest, which is to promote our business and select the best possible offer for you. You can change your browser settings to disable, among other things, the personalisation of advertisements. In this regard, we refer you to the relevant terms and conditions of your browser.

 

 

WHO DO WE SHARE YOUR PERSONAL DATA WITH?

 

As a university, we use companies on a daily basis to provide you with the highest standard of service. Your personal data may be transferred to them for processing on our behalf. This is most often the case when we work with a specific service provider (e.g. a data storage provider, a provider of tools used in remote learning) or a subcontractor (e.g. a marketing agency). In such a situation, the transfer of data does not entitle other parties to process the data freely, but only to use them for the purposes expressly indicated by us. In any case, the transfer of your data does not relieve us, as Data Controller, of our responsibility for the processing of your data. Your data may also be transferred to public authorities, but only if they are authorised to do so by the applicable legislation.

 

Your data, such as first name, university e-mail address will be transferred for processing to data recipients, in particular to entities cooperating with the Personal Data Administrator, providing the University with electronic communication tools, including MS Office 365 tools. By entities cooperating with the Personal Data Administrator we mean entities directly or indirectly related to the Personal Data Administrator.

In addition, your data in terms of: first name, university email address will be visible to other students, also from entities affiliated with the Personal Data Administrator, through the address book. The purpose of sharing the data is to ensure proper communication with students within the scope of the teaching tasks carried out, participation in groups, participating in study circles, as well as activities carried out by the Student Council.

 

In connection with our use of social media, your personal data may be transferred to the owners of the following websites: Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram, among others, as well as to the marketing agencies that serve us.

 

The Administrator's suppliers are mainly based in Poland and other countries in the European Economic Area (EEA). Some of the suppliers are based outside the EEA. In connection with the transfer of User data outside the EEA, including to the USA, the Administrator has ensured that the suppliers provide a guarantee of a high level of protection of personal data.

Information obligation - information for employees

WHO IS THE ADMINISTRATOR OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA AND HOW CAN YOU CONTACT US?

 

The administrator of your personal data is the University of Lower Silesia in Wrocław, 55 Strzegomska Street, 53-611 Wrocław.

 

If you have questions about the processing of your personal data and your rights, please contact our Data Protection Officer at iod@dsw.edu.pl.

 

THE PURPOSES, LEGAL BASIS, AND DURATION FOR WHICH WE PROCESS YOUR PERSONAL DATA

Performance of the contract and archiving of data after the end of the contract

 

We process your personal data to:

  • Entering into a contract with you and performing the contract. The legal basis for their processing is the contract (6(1)(b) GDPR). We process this data until the contract has been fulfilled, and then additionally for the period of limitation of possible claims defined by law,
  • Correspondence by email, letter, or telephone. The legal basis for their processing is our legitimate interest (Article 6(1)(f) GDPR). This consists in being able to contact you on an ongoing basis and to answer your questions. We process this data for the duration of the correspondence and, later on, additionally for the period of limitation of possible claims stipulated by law,
  • The performance of our accounting and tax obligations. The legal basis for their processing is the applicable legal provisions (Art. 6(1)(c) GDPR). We process the data until the point in time indicated in these provisions.

 

Marketing purposes
For marketing purposes, we will process your data on the basis of your consent for 5 years, effective January 1 of the year following the date of your consent. With this consent, we will be able to send you information about our offer, events organised by us and promotions we have prepared for you.

 

Newsletter
With regard to the Newsletter service, your data are processed to the extent necessary for the proper implementation of this service. The legal basis for the processing of your data is Article 6.1.b GDPR. Provision of your personal data is voluntary but necessary to subscribe to and use the Newsletter service, the consequence of failing to provide your data will be that you will not be able to use the service. Your data in the provision of the service will be processed until you unsubscribe - in accordance with the Newsletter service provision regulations.

 

Social media
In terms of social media activity, we will process your data for the following purposes:
1. To maintain our social media profile/channel, under the terms and conditions specified by them, and to inform, you through them about our activities, the events we organise, and the products and services we offer;
2. To contact you;
3. Analyse the functioning, popularity, and use of our profile/channel;
4. To send you commercial information, including invitations to events organised by us, through the functionality of the profile/channel.

 

The legal basis for processing your data for the purposes mentioned above is our legitimate interest, which is to promote our activities and expand our circle of supporters, and answer your questions. We process your personal data for the duration of your activity related to the profile/channel and then for a maximum of until your account is deleted or you are removed from the profile/channel.

The legal basis for processing your data for the purposes listed above is our legitimate interest, which is to promote our activities and expand our circle of supporters and answer your questions. We process your personal data for the duration of your activity related to the profile/channel and then for a maximum of until your account is deleted or you are removed from the profile/channel.


Image
We process your image on the basis of your consent (Article 6(1)(a) GDPR) in order to promote the activities carried out by the Administrator. This data may be shared in the form of images displayed in the Administrator's premises and shared with other employees using MS Office 365 tools, including SharePoint. Your data in the form of an image will be processed until you withdraw your consent.

 

Processing of personal data in the video surveillance system

As part of our tasks to ensure the safety of persons on the University's premises and to safeguard property, as well as for the purposes of establishing, asserting or defending claims in judicial, administrative or other out-of-court proceedings - we carry out video surveillance. The legal basis for the processing of the data recorded as part of the monitoring carried out is our legitimate interest (Art. 6(1)(f) GDPR). Video surveillance recordings are stored for a period of no more than three months from the date of recording, unless the recording is necessary to establish, document events as part of the purposes for which the monitoring is carried out, in which case the processing period will be extended until the completion of these tasks.

 

Claims and defence against them
In addition to this, we will also process your data for the purposes of establishing, defending against, and pursuing claims, which is in our legitimate interest. We will process this data until the statute of limitations for potential claims as defined by law.


WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS CONCERNING OUR PROCESSING OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
 

You have the right:

  • To access the content of your data,
  • To rectify your data,
  • To erasure of your data if:
    • You withdraw your consent to the processing of your personal data,
    • Your personal data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected or for which it was processed,
    • You object to the use of your data for marketing purposes,
    • You raise an objection to the use of your data for the purpose of customising our services to your preferences,
    • Your personal data is processed unlawfully,

You have the right:

  • To restrict the processing of your data,
  • To object to the processing of your data,
  • To data portability,
  • To withdraw your consent at any time. The withdrawal of consent does not affect the processing carried out by us before the withdrawal.


You also have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority if you consider that the processing of your personal data violates the applicable law.
 
The provision of personal data for marketing purposes is voluntary.

 

HOW DO WE TAILOR SERVICES TO YOUR INTERESTS AND PREFERENCES?
 
We will process the personal data collected for marketing purposes by automated means, in the form of profiling. This means that by analysing the data you provide, we will make an offer tailored to your needs.
 
Based on the data we receive from you, we also tailor the content of online advertisements to your preferences. Here, too, we act based on our legitimate interest, which is to promote our business and select the best possible offer for you. You can change your browser settings to disable, among other things, the personalisation of advertisements. In this regard, we refer you to the relevant terms and conditions of your browser.


WHO DO WE SHARE YOUR PERSONAL DATA WITH?
As a university, we use companies on a daily basis to provide you with the highest standard of service. Your personal data may be transferred to them for processing on our behalf. This is most often the case when we work with a specific service provider (e.g. a data storage provider, a provider of tools used in remote learning) or a subcontractor (e.g. a marketing agency). In such a situation, the transfer of data does not entitle other parties to process the data freely, but only to use them for the purposes expressly indicated by us. In any case, the transfer of your data does not relieve us, as Data Controller, of our responsibility for the processing of your data. Your data may also be transferred to public authorities, but only if they are authorised to do so by the applicable legislation.

 

Your data, such as first name, university e-mail address will be transferred for processing to data recipients, in particular to entities cooperating with the Personal Data Administrator, providing the University with electronic communication tools, including MS Office 365 tools. By entities cooperating with the Personal Data Administrator we mean entities directly or indirectly related to the Personal Data Administrator.

 

In addition, your data in terms of: first name, university email address will be visible to other students, also from entities affiliated with the Personal Data Administrator, through the address book
 
The Administrator's suppliers are mainly based in Poland and other countries in the European Economic Area (EEA). Some of the suppliers are based outside the EEA. In connection with the transfer of User data outside the EEA, including to the USA, the Administrator has ensured that the suppliers provide a guarantee of a high level of protection of personal data.


 

Information obligation - information for job applicants

WHO IS THE ADMINISTRATOR OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA AND HOW CAN YOU CONTACT US?

The administrator of your personal data is the University of Lower Silesia in Wrocław, 55 Strzegomska Street, 53-611 Wrocław.

 

If you have questions about the processing of your personal data and your rights, please contact our Data Protection Officer at iod@dsw.edu.pl.

 

THE PURPOSES, LEGAL BASIS, AND DURATION FOR WHICH WE PROCESS YOUR PERSONAL DATA

 

As part of our employee recruitment processes, the legal bases for processing your data are:

  • Labour Code - in terms of your first name(s), surname, parents' first names, date of birth, place of residence (mailing address), education, and previous employment history (Article 6(1)(c) of the GDPR),
  • Your consent if your application documents contain personal data other than the above (Art. 6(1)(a) GDPR),
  • Our legitimate interest in selecting a suitable candidate for the position in question in respect of the personal data provided to us during the interview (Article 6(1)(f) GDPR),
  • Your consent given for future recruitment (Article 6(1)(a) GDPR). We process this data until the end of the recruitment in question and, if you have given your consent for subsequent recruitment, for an additional period of up to two years.

 

Marketing purposes
For marketing purposes, we will process your data on the basis of your consent for 5 years, effective January 1 of the year following the date of your consent. With this consent, we will be able to send you information about our offer, events organised by us and promotions we have prepared for you.

 

Newsletter
With regard to the Newsletter service, your data are processed to the extent necessary for the proper implementation of this service. The legal basis for the processing of your data is Article 6.1.b GDPR. Provision of your personal data is voluntary but necessary to subscribe to and use the Newsletter service, the consequence of failing to provide your data will be that you will not be able to use the service. Your data in the provision of the service will be processed until you unsubscribe - in accordance with the Newsletter service provision regulations.

 

Social media
In terms of social media activity, we will process your data for the following purposes:
1. To maintain our social media profile/channel, under the terms and conditions specified by them, and to inform, you through them about our activities, the events we organise, and the products and services we offer;
2. To contact you;
3. Analyse the functioning, popularity, and use of our profile/channel;
4. To send you commercial information, including invitations to events organised by us, through the functionality of the profile/channel.

 

The legal basis for processing your data for the purposes mentioned above is our legitimate interest, which is to promote our activities and expand our circle of supporters, and answer your questions. We process your personal data for the duration of your activity related to the profile/channel and then for a maximum of until your account is deleted or you are removed from the profile/channel.

The legal basis for processing your data for the purposes listed above is our legitimate interest, which is to promote our activities and expand our circle of supporters and answer your questions. We process your personal data for the duration of your activity related to the profile/channel and then for a maximum of until your account is deleted or you are removed from the profile/channel.


Processing of personal data in the video surveillance system

As part of our tasks to ensure the safety of persons on the University's premises and to safeguard property, as well as for the purposes of establishing, asserting or defending claims in judicial, administrative or other out-of-court proceedings - we carry out video surveillance. The legal basis for the processing of the data recorded as part of the monitoring carried out is our legitimate interest (Art. 6(1)(f) GDPR). Video surveillance recordings are stored for a period of no more than three months from the date of recording, unless the recording is necessary to establish, document events as part of the purposes for which the monitoring is carried out, in which case the processing period will be extended until the completion of these tasks.

 

Claims and defence against them
In addition to this, we will also process your data for the purposes of establishing, defending against, and pursuing claims, which is in our legitimate interest. We will process this data until the statute of limitations for potential claims as defined by law.


WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS CONCERNING OUR PROCESSING OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
 

You have the right:

  • To access the content of your data,
  • To rectify your data,
  • To erasure of your data if:
    • You withdraw your consent to the processing of your personal data,
    • Your personal data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected or for which it was processed,
    • You object to the use of your data for marketing purposes,
    • You raise an objection to the use of your data for the purpose of customising our services to your preferences,
    • Your personal data is processed unlawfully,

You have the right:

  • To restrict the processing of your data,
  • To object to the processing of your data,
  • To data portability,
  • To withdraw your consent at any time. The withdrawal of consent does not affect the processing carried out by us before the withdrawal.


You also have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority if you consider that the processing of your personal data violates the applicable law.
 
The provision of personal data for marketing purposes is voluntary.

 

HOW DO WE TAILOR SERVICES TO YOUR INTERESTS AND PREFERENCES?
 
We will process the personal data collected for marketing purposes by automated means, in the form of profiling. This means that by analysing the data you provide, we will make an offer tailored to your needs.
 
Based on the data we receive from you, we also tailor the content of online advertisements to your preferences. Here, too, we act based on our legitimate interest, which is to promote our business and select the best possible offer for you. You can change your browser settings to disable, among other things, the personalisation of advertisements. In this regard, we refer you to the relevant terms and conditions of your browser.


WHO DO WE SHARE YOUR PERSONAL DATA WITH?
As a university, we use companies on a daily basis to provide you with the highest standard of service. Your personal data may be transferred to them for processing on our behalf. This is most often the case when we work with a specific service provider (e.g. a data storage provider, a provider of tools used in remote learning) or a subcontractor (e.g. a marketing agency). In such a situation, the transfer of data does not entitle other parties to process the data freely, but only to use them for the purposes expressly indicated by us. In any case, the transfer of your data does not relieve us, as Data Controller, of our responsibility for the processing of your data. Your data may also be transferred to public authorities, but only if they are authorised to do so by the applicable legislation.

 

Your data, such as first name, university e-mail address will be transferred for processing to data recipients, in particular to entities cooperating with the Personal Data Administrator, providing the University with electronic communication tools, including MS Office 365 tools. By entities cooperating with the Personal Data Administrator we mean entities directly or indirectly related to the Personal Data Administrator.

 

In addition, your data in terms of: first name, university email address will be visible to other students, also from entities affiliated with the Personal Data Administrator, through the address book
 
The Administrator's suppliers are mainly based in Poland and other countries in the European Economic Area (EEA). Some of the suppliers are based outside the EEA. In connection with the transfer of User data outside the EEA, including to the USA, the Administrator has ensured that the suppliers provide a guarantee of a high level of protection of personal data.

 

Information obligation - information for contractors

WHO IS THE ADMINISTRATOR OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA AND HOW CAN YOU CONTACT US?

The administrator of your personal data is the University of Lower Silesia in Wrocław, 55 Strzegomska Street, 53-611 Wrocław.

 

If you have questions about the processing of your personal data and your rights, please contact our Data Protection Officer at iod@dsw.edu.pl.


THE PURPOSES, LEGAL BASIS, AND DURATION FOR WHICH WE PROCESS YOUR PERSONAL DATA
We will process your data as part of our cooperation with contractors, to undertake the necessary pre-contractual activities, the performance of the contract and the archiving of data after the end of the cooperation, to respond to enquiries and for the purpose of communication with contractors, on the basis of the contract concluded and in connection with the activities to be undertaken prior to the conclusion of the contract, on the basis of the data provided by you in the contact forms and in the course of correspondence. We will process this data in order to:

  • the fulfilment of our accounting and tax obligations, the data will be processed for 5 years counted from the beginning of the year following the financial year in which the economic events resulting from the cooperation occurred - in accordance with accounting regulations,
  • proper performance of the contract, we shall process the data until the change of the representative appointed by the contracting party for the performance of tasks arising from the contract, agreement or appointed to conclude a contract or agreement,
  • correspondence by email, letter or telephone. The legal basis for their processing is our legitimate interest (Article 6(1)(f) GDPR). This consists in being able to contact you on an ongoing basis and to answer your questions. We process this data for the duration of the correspondence and later additionally for the period of limitation of possible claims defined by law, directed from your side, where no other action has been taken as a result of the maintained communication that changes the purpose of the processing, e.g. conclusion of a contract.

Marketing purposes
For marketing purposes, we will process your data on the basis of your consent for 5 years, effective January 1 of the year following the date of your consent. With this consent, we will be able to send you information about our offer, events organised by us and promotions we have prepared for you.

 

Newsletter
With regard to the Newsletter service, your data are processed to the extent necessary for the proper implementation of this service. The legal basis for the processing of your data is Article 6.1.b GDPR. Provision of your personal data is voluntary but necessary to subscribe to and use the Newsletter service, the consequence of failing to provide your data will be that you will not be able to use the service. Your data in the provision of the service will be processed until you unsubscribe - in accordance with the Newsletter service provision regulations.

 

Social media
In terms of social media activity, we will process your data for the following purposes:
1. To maintain our social media profile/channel, under the terms and conditions specified by them, and to inform, you through them about our activities, the events we organise, and the products and services we offer;
2. To contact you;
3. Analyse the functioning, popularity, and use of our profile/channel;
4. To send you commercial information, including invitations to events organised by us, through the functionality of the profile/channel.

 

The legal basis for processing your data for the purposes mentioned above is our legitimate interest, which is to promote our activities and expand our circle of supporters, and answer your questions. We process your personal data for the duration of your activity related to the profile/channel and then for a maximum of until your account is deleted or you are removed from the profile/channel.

The legal basis for processing your data for the purposes listed above is our legitimate interest, which is to promote our activities and expand our circle of supporters and answer your questions. We process your personal data for the duration of your activity related to the profile/channel and then for a maximum of until your account is deleted or you are removed from the profile/channel.


Processing of personal data in the video surveillance system

As part of our tasks to ensure the safety of persons on the University's premises and to safeguard property, as well as for the purposes of establishing, asserting or defending claims in judicial, administrative or other out-of-court proceedings - we carry out video surveillance. The legal basis for the processing of the data recorded as part of the monitoring carried out is our legitimate interest (Art. 6(1)(f) GDPR). Video surveillance recordings are stored for a period of no more than three months from the date of recording, unless the recording is necessary to establish, document events as part of the purposes for which the monitoring is carried out, in which case the processing period will be extended until the completion of these tasks.

 

Claims and defence against them
In addition to this, we will also process your data for the purposes of establishing, defending against, and pursuing claims, which is in our legitimate interest. We will process this data until the statute of limitations for potential claims as defined by law.


WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS CONCERNING OUR PROCESSING OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
 

You have the right:

  • To access the content of your data,
  • To rectify your data,
  • To erasure of your data if:
    • You withdraw your consent to the processing of your personal data,
    • Your personal data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected or for which it was processed,
    • You object to the use of your data for marketing purposes,
    • You raise an objection to the use of your data for the purpose of customising our services to your preferences,
    • Your personal data is processed unlawfully,

You have the right:

  • To restrict the processing of your data,
  • To object to the processing of your data,
  • To data portability,
  • To withdraw your consent at any time. The withdrawal of consent does not affect the processing carried out by us before the withdrawal.


You also have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority if you consider that the processing of your personal data violates the applicable law.
 
The provision of personal data for marketing purposes is voluntary.

 

HOW DO WE TAILOR SERVICES TO YOUR INTERESTS AND PREFERENCES?
 
We will process the personal data collected for marketing purposes by automated means, in the form of profiling. This means that by analysing the data you provide, we will make an offer tailored to your needs.
 
Based on the data we receive from you, we also tailor the content of online advertisements to your preferences. Here, too, we act based on our legitimate interest, which is to promote our business and select the best possible offer for you. You can change your browser settings to disable, among other things, the personalisation of advertisements. In this regard, we refer you to the relevant terms and conditions of your browser.


WHO DO WE SHARE YOUR PERSONAL DATA WITH?
As a university, we use companies on a daily basis to provide you with the highest standard of service. Your personal data may be transferred to them for processing on our behalf. This is most often the case when we work with a specific service provider (e.g. a data storage provider, a provider of tools used in remote learning) or a subcontractor (e.g. a marketing agency). In such a situation, the transfer of data does not entitle other parties to process the data freely, but only to use them for the purposes expressly indicated by us. In any case, the transfer of your data does not relieve us, as Data Controller, of our responsibility for the processing of your data. Your data may also be transferred to public authorities, but only if they are authorised to do so by the applicable legislation.

 

Your data, such as first name, university e-mail address will be transferred for processing to data recipients, in particular to entities cooperating with the Personal Data Administrator, providing the University with electronic communication tools, including MS Office 365 tools. By entities cooperating with the Personal Data Administrator we mean entities directly or indirectly related to the Personal Data Administrator.

 

In addition, your data in terms of: first name, university email address will be visible to other students, also from entities affiliated with the Personal Data Administrator, through the address book
 
The Administrator's suppliers are mainly based in Poland and other countries in the European Economic Area (EEA). Some of the suppliers are based outside the EEA. In connection with the transfer of User data outside the EEA, including to the USA, the Administrator has ensured that the suppliers provide a guarantee of a high level of protection of personal data.

Cookie Files Policy

Cookie Files Policy 

 

1. Cookie files are text files intended for the use on the site, stored in the end device of the service user, containing the name of the website of their origin, their unique number, the storage time for the end device.

 

2. The website automatically collects only the information contained in the cookie files.

 

3. The Operator of the service is the entity that places cookies on its user’s end device and has access to them.

 

4. The service uses the following types of cookies:

  • essential cookies that enable the use of services available within the website, e.g. authentication cookies, used for services requiring authentication within the website; 
  • cookies that ensure security, e.g. ones used to detect fraud of authentication within the website; 
  • performance cookies that enable the collection of information about the use of the service’s websites; 
  • functional cookies that facilitate "remembering " the settings chosen by the user and personalize the user interface, e.g. in terms of the selected language or the region of the user’s origin, the font size, the website design, etc.; 
  • advertising cookies that enable providing the users with advertising content optimally tailored to their interests; 
  • analytical cookies that help to understand how the customers use the website, which allows the improvement of its structure and content through Google Analytics tools for data analysis, the administrator of which is Google Inc., based in the United States of America. Google's privacy policy is available under the following links:
    http://www.google.com/intl/pl/policies/privacy
    http://www.google.com/intl/pl/policies/privacy/partners

5. The service uses two types of cookies: session and first-party/persistent cookies. The session files are temporary and stored up until you leave the site (by accessing another page, logging out or disabling the browser). The first-party files are stored on the user's end device until they are deleted by the user or for the time resulting from their settings.

 

6. The user may at any time change the browser settings to block the use of cookies or obtain information about the cookie placement in their device each time. They can check other available options in the Web browser settings. Please note that most browsers are set to accept cookies on the end device by default.

 

7. The changes to the settings in the user's Web browser may restrict the access to certain functions of the website.

 

How do I block Google Analytics statistical services?

You can download Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on here.

 

How to enable and disable cookies of a specific Web browser:

  1. Google Chrome:
    • click the icon on the toolbar, 
    • select "Settings", 
    • at the bottom of the page, click "Show Advanced Settings...", 
    • in the "Privacy" section, click "Content Settings", 
    • To enable cookies, in the "Cookies" section select "Allow data storage locally (recommended)". To accept only your cookies, check the box "Block cookies and data from third-party websites,"
    • to disable cookies, in the "Cookies" section select "Block attempts to place data from sites on this computer (not recommended)”, 
    • for more information on the settings offered in the Chrome web browser, please visit the official Google website.
  2. Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0:
    • click "Tools" at the top of the browser window and select "Internet Options", 
    • in the "Internet options" window, go to the "Privacy" tab, 
    • to enable cookies: Set the slider to “Medium” or below,
    • to disable cookies: Move the slider to the top to block all cookies,
    • when the slider is repositioned, information about the lock level is presented.
      There are many different settings for enabling and disabling cookies in Internet Explorer. For more information on other cookie settings offered in Internet Explorer, refer to the Microsoft Web browser for Windows 7 and Windows Vista.
  3. Mozilla Firefox:
    • in the menu bar go to “Tools” and click "Options", 
    • select the "Privacy Tab",
    • in the "History" section of the "Firefox Programme" line in the dropdown list, select "Will use the user settings”,
    • to enable cookies, the option "Accept cookies" should be selected with the option "Accept cookies from sites”, 
    • to disable cookies, the "Accept cookies" option should be cleared.
      There are miscellaneous settings for enabling and disabling cookies in Mozilla Firefox. For more information on the settings offered in the Firefox Web browser, visit the official website of the Mozilla Foundation.
  4. Opera:
    • click on the browser menu and select "Settings" and then "Preferences", 
    • in the "Preferences" window, select the "Advanced" tab, 
    • from the menu on the left, select "Cookies",
    • to enable cookies, select the option "Accept cookies", 
    • to disable cookies, select the option "Never accept cookies".
      There are many different settings for enabling and disabling cookies in the Opera browser. For more information on the settings offered in the Opera Web browser, see the official website of Opera Software.
  5. Safari:
    • click the Settings icon and select "Preferences",
    • select the "Privacy" panel,
    • to enable cookies in the "Block cookies" section, select the "Never" option. 
    • to accept only the cookies of the website you are visiting, select "From third parties s or advertisers" field, 
    • to disable cookies in the "Block cookies" section, select the "Always" option.
      There are many different settings for enabling and disabling cookies in Safari. For more information on the settings offered in the Safari Web browser, visit Apple's official website.
  6. All other browsers:
    Please check the "Help" section in your browser or contact your browser manufacturer.

 

How to manage cookies on your mobile phone?

For information on how to manage cookies on your mobile phone, refer to the User manual of the phone.

 

What security measures do the websites of the University of Lower Silesia use?

The Operators' websites are equipped with security measures designed to protect the data under our control from loss, misuse, or modification. We undertake to protect any information disclosed to us by the Customers in accordance with security and confidentiality protection standards.

 

The Operator of the Websites provides Users with the option to opt-out of receiving advertising material and solicited newsletters. The Operator shall provide the Users with the option to delete their information from the databases and to stop receiving information sent by e-mail.