Valid as of May 21, 2018.

Dear Customer!

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), adopted by the European Parliament on 17 December 2015, takes effect on 25 May 2018 and replaces EU Data Protection Directive 95/46 / EC.

When you use the services of REKAP POLE SPACE, we ask you to provide us with information, including personal data that we need to provide you with the services.

To do this, you must consent to the processing of personal data.

Personal data (hereinafter also data) is your data that can be directly or indirectly associated with you as an individual

We handle the personal information you provide to REKAP POLE SPACE with the utmost respect and accuracy.

REKAP POLE SPACE will use your personal information only to fulfill its obligations during the provision of services to you based on this procedure.

The procedure applies to the processing of client data of all REKAP POLE SPACE clients, including with respect to client data that was formed before the entry into force of this procedure.

REKAP POLE SPACE ensures the confidentiality of customer data by applying the necessary organizational, physical and information technology security measures.

REKAP POLE SPACE processes customer data mainly for the provision of sports services.

REKAP POLE SPACE has the right to transfer sensitive customer data in accordance with the requirements of the law. REKAP POLE SPACE has the right to transfer customer data to other companies belonging to the same consolidation group as REKAP POLE SPACE, which may process customer data for the purposes and purposes specified in this procedure.

Upon termination of the agreement, REKAP POLE SPACE will continue to process the client’s data, if it is necessary to fulfill the obligation provided for in the legal act, or to store the data for resolving a dispute arising from the agreement concluded with the client. REKAP POLE SPACE stores and processes customer data for as long as it is necessary to fulfill the purposes of processing customer data or to fulfill its obligations under law and contract.

REKAP POLE SPACE processes customer data with the consent of the latter for conducting marketing campaigns, lotteries and sweepstakes, studying consumer habits and satisfaction, as well as for offering and advertising the services of both REKAP POLE SPACE and its partners to the customer.
The client always has the right to prohibit the processing of his data for the study of consumer habits or for direct marketing and the transfer of data to third parties who want to use it for the study of consumer habits or for direct marketing.

REKAP POLE SPACE customers have the right to transfer their data to another personal data processor. The right to data portability gives you additional control over your personal data. We will provide you with the opportunity to transfer your personal data directly to another person providing services (provided that the other person has the opportunity to accept the specified data in this form). We draw your attention to the fact that we cannot guarantee and are not responsible for whether another person is able to accept your personal data.

The client can request from REKAP POLE SPACE the data he has about himself and demand that his data be corrected if the latter has changed or is inaccurate for another reason. The client must submit a relevant application (if necessary in a form that allows written production) to REKAP POLE SPACE.

REKAP POLE SPACE responds to the submitted claims within the time period provided by legal acts, but not later than within one month from the date of receipt of the claim. If, before composing a response, it is necessary to more thoroughly clarify and verify the circumstances, REKAP POLE SPACE may extend the time limit for response.

The client can demand from REKAP POLE SPACE to stop processing his data, unless the right and obligation to process the data arises from the law, or when it is necessary for the performance of the contract or to ensure its execution.

Disagreements related to the processing of customer data are primarily resolved through negotiations. If this fails, the client can contact the Data Protection Inspectorate or file a complaint with a competent court.