The administrator of your personal data is the Museum of Urban Engineering (MIM) based at ul. Św. Wawrzyńca 15, 31-060 Kraków e-mail: email@example.com;
In MIM, the Data Protection Supervisor has been appointed in accordance with the provisions of the RODO, contact e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, with whom you can contact in matters related to the processing of personal data by the Administrator.
The legal basis for the processing of your personal data is the agreement concluded as a result of the acceptance of the provisions of the Regulations placed on the MIM website (hereinafter referred to as "the Agreement"); The processing of your data is necessary for the execution of the agreement.
The data we process in the scope of e-mail address are used only for purposes related to the execution of the Agreement and to take the necessary actions before its conclusion.
Providing personal data is not necessary, but if they are not provided, it will not be possible to conclude and execute the Agreement.
Your data will be stored for the duration of the Agreement.
When providing the service Newsletter, the Administrator provides data to entities providing IT services to the Administrator in the scope of: maintenance and servicing of software used to execute the provisions of the agreement.
The Administrator does not transfer your personal data to a third country or to international organizations.
You have the right to demand from the Administrator access to your data, rectification, transfer and erasing them, as well as the right to limit data processing.
Due to the processing of your personal data by the Administrator, you have the right to lodge a complaint to the supervisory body.
The Administrator will not take automated decisions against you, including decisions resulting from profiling.
1. The website of Museum of Urban Engineering in Cracow ("the Museum") does not automatically collect information, except for information contained in the cookies.
2. Cookies are information data, particularly text files that are stored in the end device of the user of the Museum’s website and are designed for use of the Museum’s website. Cookies usually contain the name of the website from which they come from, the storage time on the end device and a unique number.
3.The entity posting cookies of the Museum’s website to the end user’s device, and that has access to them, is the Museum of Urban Engineering in Cracow, the administrator of the Museum’s website.
4. Cookies are used to:
a. adapt the contents of the Museum’s web pages to the user preferences and to optimize the use of the pages; in particular, these files allow to recognize the end user’s device and to display a website tailored to its individual needs;
b. create statistics that help understand how users use the web pages of the Museum and to provide information on how to improve their structure and content;
c. maintain the sessions of Museum’s web pages user (after logging in), so that the user does not have to retype the login and password on all sub-pages of the Museum.
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6. Within the web pages of the Museum, the following types of cookies are used:
a. "necessary" cookies, enabling the use of the services available within the Museum, for example, cookies authentication used for services that require authentication within the Museum’s web pages;
b. cookies used to ensure safety, for instance, to detect fraud in the authentication within the Museum’s web pages;
c. "performance" cookies, used to collect information on how the pages of the Museum’s website is used;
d. "functional" cookies to "remember" the user’s chosen settings, and interface personalization, e.g. related to the language or region of the user, font size, website appearance, etc.
7. In most cases, the software used to view Web pages (Web browser) by default, allows the storage of cookies on the end user’s device. Users of the Museum’s web pages can at any time make changes in the cookies settings. These settings can be changed, particularly in such a way as to block automatic handling of cookies in the settings of your Web browser or to be informed each time of their inclusion to the device of a user of the Museum’s web pages. Detailed information about the options and ways of handling cookies are available in the settings of the software (Web browser).
9. Cookies included in the end device of the user of the Museum’s website may also be used by advertisers and partners cooperating with the operator of the Museum’s website.