Privacy policy

Privacy policy - how we protect your data

From May 25, 2018, all EU States, including Poland, are obliged to implement Regulation (EU) 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/EC (General Data Protection Regulation) - commonly known as GDPR.

Its main objective - which correct implementation is to be ensured by provisions of this Privacy Policy - is protection of personal rights and freedoms of natural persons in relation to processing of their personal data.

What is the Privacy Policy?

  1. The Privacy Policy establishes rules for collection, use, disclosure, storage and protection of your personal data by us.

  2. By using our Services you accept provisions of this Privacy Policy and you give your consent to or acknowledge the fact that we collect, use, disclose, store, and protect your personal data in accordance with its provisions,

  3. In each case, when the information required by us is not provided by you, our options for rendering all our services shall be significantly limited.

What actually is “personal data”?

  1. “Personal data” means information that can be associated with a specific person or can be used, together with other information we have or can have at our disposal, to identify a specific person.

  2. The personal data collected by us includes:

    1. Name

    2. Identification number

    3. Localisation details

    4. Internet identifier

Who is a controller of your personal data?

  1. The controller of your personal data, i.e., an entity which, individually or in cooperation with other entities, specifies purposes and methods for its processing, is Frauenthal Automotive Toruń limited liability company, with its registered office in Toruń.

  2. You can receive detailed information on data processing and your rights in connection with its processing directly from the Data Protection Officer appointed at our Company. You can contact us at:

What happens with personal data received by us?

  1. We collect, process and store personal data obtained from you and from other devices (including mobile device) both when contacting with us in relation to Services rendered by us, as well as during the use of these Services.

  2. Your data can also be processed by us as a part of a process for handling your claims or complaints. In that case the basis for processing is our legal interest, being an option to protect ourselves against claims or for claims handling.

  3. Furthermore, we are entitled to disclose your personal data to:

    1. partners and employees;

    2. courier company;

    3. banks and entities providing payment services;

    4. other our subcontractors, when we order from them actions requiring processing of your data (these entities shall act solely under an agreement concluded with us);

    5. authorised entities, when the current legislation requires us to do so.

  4. Considering the fact that our operations are global in some cases our suppliers of regular services (required for our operations and technical activities), such as, for example, operation of servers, hosting, project management platform, software, accounting systems, etc., are located outside the EEA, and we transfer your data to them; however, we do it in a safe way, in accordance with legal requirements.

  5. All transfers of data outside the EEA are done under so-called standard contractual provisions, adopted by the European Commission and ensuring a required level of security in accordance with the relevant regulations.

How long is your personal data stored?

  1. Your personal data shall be stored by us as long as it is consistent with current legislation, and required and significant for performance of Services entrusted to us.

  2. When you see that your personal data stored by us are imprecise or incorrect, you can request it to be rectified, in writing or by sending an email.

What are your rights?

  1. You have the following rights related to processing of your personal data by us:

    1. access to your personal data;

    2. request the imprecise or incorrect data to be rectified;

    3. request removal of your personal data;

    4. limit processing of your personal data.

  2. You can also receive from us information concerning the basic content of agreements between us and entities with which we jointly establish purposes and methods for processing your data (as joint controllers), to verify this way whether responsibilities resulting from the data protection regulations are correctly implemented by us.

  3. Furthermore, you are entitled to object to processing of your personal data by us, when the purpose of that processing is:

    1. performing by us a task implemented in the public interest, or as a part of executing official authority entrusted to us;

    2. performance of legal interests by us

  4. Whenever, in your opinion, we are in breach of GDPR while processing personal data, you can also complain to the President of the Personal Data Protection Office as a supervisory authority responsible for personal data protection.

  5. At any time you can also transfer your personal data and entrust its processing to another controller. In that case your personal data shall be delivered to you in a commonly used digital form, suitable for machine readout. On your request, whenever it is technically feasible, we can send your personal data directly to a new controller. When you want to use this right, you should contact us or our data protection officer (our contact details are provided above).

  6. Whenever our processing of your personal data is preceded by a request for your consent to its processing, you can withdraw your consent at any time. Withdrawal of your consent shall not affect lawfulness of processing under your consent before it was withdrawn.

How is your personal data secured?

  1. All personal data that were provided will be treated in accordance with the highest standards of security and confidentiality.

  2. We protect your information using technical and administrative security measures guaranteeing minimising of a risk of its loss, incorrect use, unauthorised access to it, its disclosure or modification.

  3. Whenever any significant amendments are implemented to this Privacy Policy and a way in which we use your personal data, we will provide such information at this website and we shall make all efforts to inform you about implemented changes.