Privacy Policy of the datezone.com website, hereinafter referred to as the Website

Privacy Policy sets out the principles relating to processing of personal data of the Users of the Website and the Users rights resulting from the processing of personal data. Privacy Policy addresses the requirements of the Regulation (EU) No 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the 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/WE (General Data Protection Regulation) (OJ L 2016 No 119, p. 1), hereinafter referred to as RODO and Polish laws regulations, including i.a. the act of 10 May 2018 on the protection of personal data (Journal of Laws of 2018, item 1000 as amended), the act of 18 July 2002 on provision of services by electronic means (Journal of Laws of 2002, No 144, item 1204 as amended). By visiting the Website or by using the Website's services, the User declares that he has read and accepts the Privacy Policy and that he agrees to the processing of the personal data. Definitions of the terms used in the Privacy Policy are included in the Terms and Conditions of the Website which provisions shall apply accordingly.
  1. Personal Data Administrator
    1. The Administrator of the Website's User personal data, hereinafter referred to as the Administrator is Netspace sp. z o. o., ul. Roderyka Alsa 3/5, 35-030 Rzeszów, Poland, entered into the Register of Entrepreneurs of the National Court Register under numbers: KRS 0000766268
    2. In order to obtain information regarding the processing of the personal data, the User of the Website may contact the Administrator via the contact form available at https://www.datezone.com/contact/.
    3. The Administrator informs, that he may change the content of the Privacy Policy, which shall be announced on the Website in the "News" tab available at https://www.datezone.com/news/ and on the User's Account. Changes shall enter into the force once they are announced. the User refusing to accept the introduced changes should discontinue to use the Website's services.
  2. Purpose/scope of the processed personal data
    1. The Administrator processes personal data for different purposes and on various legal bases. However, the aim, scope or the recipients of the processed data by the Administrator always result from the User's consent or the provisions of the law.
    2. Processing of the personal data may be carried out within the following purposes/scopes:
      1. necessary to fulfil the agreement, which party is the User to whom the data relate or to undertake measures on the request of the User to whom the data relates, prior to the concluding of the agreement (Art. 6 sec. 1 point b) RODO), the above is related to the possibility to obtain information regarding the Website's services via the contact form available at https://www.datezone.com/contact/, e-mail address and the users IP verification, Account registration, using the Website's services,
      2. necessary to for compliance with a legal obligation to which the Administrator is subject (Art. 6 sec. 1 point c) RODO), the above is related to the legal obligations to which the Administrator is subject, under the Union law or national law and for the purpose of processing resulting from this law; the Administrator processes the data necessary to fulfil tax and accounting obligations imposed on the party or the participants in the proceedings commenced before the public authorities,
      3. in which the User to whom the data relates gives consent to the processing of his personal data in one or more defined purposes (Art. 6 sec. 1 point a) RODO), in cases when it is required, the Administrator will ask for this consent,
      4. necessary for the purposes resulting from the legitimate interests executed by the Administrator or the Third Party, except when those interests are overridden by the interests or the fundamental rights and freedoms of the person to whom the data requiring protection of the personal data relate (Art. 6 sec. 1 point f) RODO, the above particularly relates to the prevention of fraud and providing safety of the information network and complaint review.
    3. The Administrator does not process sensitive data, apart from the personal data voluntarily provided by the Users while using the Website's services. Sensitive data are the personal data revealing the race or ethnic origin, political views, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade union affiliation, genetic data, the data on the state of health, sexuality or sexual orientation, biometric data so as to identify the natural person. Personal data cannot be processed, except in the cases set out in the Art. 9 sec. 2 RODO (i.a. when the sensitive data has been published by the User himself).
  3. Recipients of the personal data
    1. The recipients of the personal data may be Administrator's employees, hosting service providers, accounting/HR service providers, law service providers, banking service providers, IT service providers or other service providers supplying to the Administrator technical and organizational solutions which enable and improve execution of the Website's services. In all cases, the amount of the transferred data shall be limited to the strict minimum and the providers to be entrusted with processing of the personal data shall be obligated to fully respect the rules of confidentiality and the rules of security of the personal data. The Administrator does not disclose the personal data to any unauthorised entities. Personal data are not transferred to the third countries or to the international organizations.
    2. The public authorities who may receive personal data as a part of a specific investigation, in compliance with the Union law or the national law, are not the recipients of the personal data. Thus, the Administrator may disclose the User's personal data to the competent public authorities on the basis of the generally applicable law.
  4. Storage period of the personal data and criteria for establishing the storage period
    1. The Administrator stores the personal data for no longer than is necessary for the purposes for which the personal data are processed, i.e. respectively to the moment of:
      1. limitation period of claims, in case of the data processed for fulfilling the agreement, including undertaking measures required by the User prior to concluding of the agreement,
      2. expiration of the legal obligation to which the Administrator is subject, in case when the processing of the personal data is necessary for fulfilling this obligation,
      3. objection, in case of the personal data processed on the basis of the consent given by the User, when the processing of the personal data is based solely on the User's consent,
      4. expiration of the legitimate interests, in case when the processing of the personal data is necessary for the purposes resulting from the legitimate interests, executed by the Administrator or the third party.
  5. User's rights related to the processing of the personal data
    1. User has a right to:
      1. request from the Administrator the information if his personal data are being processed, including a request for accessing the personal data and information contained in the Privacy Policy and listed in the Art. 15 RODO,
      2. request from the Administrator to correct or supplement his personal data if those data are incorrect or incomplete (Art. 16 RODO),
      3. request from the Administrator to erase his personal data (the right to be forgotten), in case of any of the circumstances referred to in the Art. 17 RODO,
      4. request from the Administrator to limit the processing of his personal data, in case of any of the circumstances referred to in the Art. 18 RODO,
      5. receive in the structured, commonly used, machine-readable format the personal data related to the User, which were provided to the Administrator, including the right to provide the personal data to the other administrator without hindrance from the Administrator, in case of any of the circumstances referred to in the Art. 20 RODO,
      6. object to the processing of his personal data under certain grounds referred to in the Art. 21 RODO,
      7. withdraw the consent without affecting the lawfulness of processing based on the consent given prior to its withdrawal, if the processing is based on the Art. 6 sec. 1a) or the Art. 9 sec. 2a) RODO,
      8. lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority - the President of the Personal Data Protection Office.
  6. Information of the voluntary basis of providing the personal data
    1. Providing the personal data is voluntarily and in some cases necessary for using the Website, in particular: User's e-mail address and IP are necessary for registration, including maintaining the Account on the Website, and refusing to provide those data by the User, authorizes the Administrator to refuse to provide services; credit card number, bank account number and phone number are necessary for the execution of cash payments for the chargeable Website's services and refusing to provide those data by the User authorizes the Administrator to refuse to provide the chargeable services.
    2. Contents, which are published on the Website are visible in the following manner:
      1. profiles home pages - for both logged in and non-logged Users,
      2. profile's home page - for logged as well as non-logged Users,
      3. photos and video clips submitted to the public gallery - for all logged Users,
      4. photos sent in the private messages - for the recipient of the private message only.
  7. Cookies
    1. The Administrator does not make decisions basing only on the automated processing of the personal data. The Website uses so-called cookies, that is, short text files which usually contain the name of the web page from which they originate, duration of storage in the User's device and a unique number. Cookies do not pose a threat to the User's device.
    2. The Website uses session cookies, temporarily stored in the User's device and saved during the process of logging into the Account, in order to maintain User's session, i.e. not having to provide the username and the password to the Website's sub-sites each time. In the moment of logging out or turning off the device, cookies are being erased. The Website uses also the persistent cookies, used for saving the username or the password (in the encrypted form) of the logged User, which are being erased one year after they were saved or earlier by the User.
    3. The Website uses also the local storage technology for improving the functioning of the Website. Elements saved by the use of the said technology do not have any time limits and they are functioning until they are erased on the User's request. Local storage technology does not pose a threat to the User's device.
    4. By browsing the Website or using the Website's content, the User agrees for the use of cookies and local storage technology. If the User does not agree for using said mechanisms, he can change the settings in the internet browser or mobile device or discontinue to use the Website. Not changing the settings equals agreement. Disabling cookies will make it impossible to use the Website and disabling the local storage will make it impossible to use video clips or cameras. The information concerning changes in the settings are available at the web sites of the particular producers of the internet browsers or in "Help" section in a given internet browser.
  8. Securing personal data
    1. The Administrator uses safety and organizational means which secure the processed personal data against the loss, damage or unauthorized access. Safety means are regularly updated, in accordance with technical progress.
    2. The User should protect username and the password used for logging into the Account. The Administrator is not responsible for not providing protection of the username and the password by the User, including sharing the username and the password with other people.
The last update of Privacy Policy 10.01.2019