BDO Legal Łatała i Wspólnicy sp.k. (hereinafter BDO Legal) runs and administers an internet service at the address of http://www.bdolegal.pl, which is made available to persons who use the Service (Service Users). To fully protect their rights, BDO Legal asks the Service Users to become familiar with the following information prior to using the Service:
BDO Legal Sp. z o. o. is a member of BDO Legal International Limited, a British company, and forms part of the international BDO Legal network of independent member firms. District Court of Cracow, XI Business Division of the National Court Register KRS: 0000048231, NIP 677-20-68-828.
The Service exists purely for general information purposes. BDO Legal provides no guarantee as to the form or content of the information provided through the Service, in particular with regard to the validity, accuracy, completeness, specificity or usability of the information for specific actions taken by the Users. BDO Legal shall not be liable for any damages incurred by the Service Users or any third parties in connection with using the Service. All risks associated with using the Service, and in particular with using the information placed thereon, shall be borne by the Service User.
BDO Legal reserves the right to change any and all information in the Service, at any time, without prior notice to the Service Users.
All rights to the Service, any of its graphic components, page layout and any other elements, are reserved. The Service and all of its elements are protected by law, in particular by the Act on Copyright and Related Rights of 4 February 1994 (consolidated text: 2000 Journal of Laws No. 80, item 904 with subsequent amendments), the Act on Combating Unfair Competition of 16 April 1993 (1993 Journal of Laws No. 47, item 211 with subsequent amendments) and the Act on Database Protection of 27 July 2001 (2001 Journal of Laws No. 128, item 1402 with subsequent amendments).
The use of the Service is permitted only within the scope of the so-called allowable use by Service User, i.e. solely for private and non-commercial purposes, on the condition that no rights arising out of binding regulations are breached, in particular copyrights or trademark protection rights. The use of the Service in another manner requires the conclusion of a written agreement with BDO Legal.
BDO Legal is the sole user of the trademarks and service marks. The use of those marks by the Service Users without the prior conclusion of an appropriate written agreement with BDO Legal shall constitute a breach of the Act of 30 June 2000 – Industrial Property Law, consolidated text: 2003 Journal of Laws No. 119, item 1117 with subsequent amendments, as well as the Act on Combating Unfair Competition of 16 April 1993 (1993 Journal of Laws No. 47, item 211 with subsequent amendments). The trademarks next to which the symbol ® has been placed are BDO Legal’s registered trademarks and are protected by law.
To protect and respect the privacy of the Service Users, all personal information placed on or processed as part of operating the Service, including the information of the Service Users, is protected in accordance with the provisions of the Act of 29 August 1997 on the Protection of Personal Data (consolidated text: 2002 Journal of Laws No. 101, item 926 with subsequent amendments).
In connection with operating the Service, BDO Legal collects and processes the following personal information about the Service Users:
- Telephone, address and e-mail address information sent to BDO Legal by the Service Users; BDO Legal places these data and addresses on BDO Legal’s so-called mailing list and processes the data in order to send to them information about BDO Legal, its services and products, in the form of a so-called BDO Legal bulletin;
All of the above indicated personal data sent to BDO Legal shall be treated by BDO Legal as data provided voluntarily, in accordance with Article 23 par. 1 point 1 of the Personal Data Protection Act. BDO Legal shall not be liable for the provision by any Service User of data that are untrue or incomplete.
Personal data provided in a training recruitment form, as well as e-mail addresses provided to receive the BDO Legal bulletin, may be processed by BDO Legal – with the appropriate separate consent – for the purposes of marketing the goods and services provided by BDO Legal and by other entities of which BDO Legal is the holding company, as defined in Article 4 § 1 point 4 of the Code of Commercial Partnerships and Companies of 15 September 2000.
Sharing and use of data
BDO Legal does not sell, pass on or lend processed personal data, unless:
- with the consent of the data subject,
- required by binding legal regulations,
- to perform legally defined tasks for the public good,
- necessary to perform legally justified objectives of BDO Legal, and the processing would not violate the rights and freedoms of the data subject.
BDO Legal reserves the right to entrust the data of the Service Users in the form of summary reports to partner agencies or services. Such information may be used to:
- monitor Service traffic,
- monitor Service viewership.