What rights does the GDPR give you?
You should know who, on what ground and why is processing your personal data. The [ ... ]
You should know who, on what ground and why is processing your personal data. The company or institution that has obtained your data should inform you about it. It is also obliged to indicate your GDPR rights. You have the right, among others to: access your data, rectification, erasure, limitation of processing, portability, objection or the right to be informed about automated decision making, including profiling. In performing the information obligation, the controller must indicate how long it will store your data and provide the contact details of the Data Protection Officer (DPO), if the DPO has been designated.
If the informed and free consent expressed by you is the ground for the processing [ ... ]
If the informed and free consent expressed by you is the ground for the processing of your data, you have the right to withdraw it at any time and this cannot entail any negative consequences for you (e.g. increasing the service fee above its standard amount). Remember that withdrawal of consent should be as easy as giving it.
The receipt and consideration of complaints and motions is conducted in accordance with the provisions [ ... ]
The receipt and consideration of complaints and motions is conducted in accordance with the provisions of:
- section VIII of the Act of 14 June 1960 Code of Administrative Procedure (consolidated text, Journal of Laws 2022, item 2000)
- the Regulation of the Council of Ministers of 8 January 2002 on the organisation of the receipt and consideration of complaints and motions (Journal of Laws 2002, item 46).
In matters of complaints and motions, the President of the Personal Data Protection Office or the deputies appointed by the President shall receive citizens:
- on Mondays from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m,
- from Tuesday to Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m,
after prior arrangement with the secretariat of the organisational unit of the Office competent in the subject matter of the complaint or motion.