Last update: February 2021
Personal data controller
Your personal data controller is the Polish-U.S. Fulbright Commission (“Fulbright Poland”), based in Warsaw, Poland, ul. K.I. Gałczyńskiego 4, 00-362, NIP: 526-17-19-106, REGON: 012580212.
You can contact us in regard of your personal data processing via email: [email protected] or via post.
The purposes of processing your personal data
Your personal data will be processed in order to deliver the newsletter you have subscribed for and for the purposes of mailing statistics.
Legal basis of processing your personal data
The processing of your personal data is based on the consent you expressed while subscribing for the newsletter. The provision of personal data is voluntary and you can revoke your consent at any time.
We will retain your personal data until you unsubscribe from the newsletter, or until we decide to cease its distribution.
You have the right to:
These rights may be limited, for example if fulfilling your request would reveal personal data about another person, or if you ask us to delete information which we are required by law to keep or have compelling legitimate interests in keeping.
You may submit your requests by email or by post as indicated in the ‘Personal data controller’ section. You can, in principle, exercise your rights free of charge, subject to statutory exceptions.
Automated decision making
We do not envisage that any decisions will be taken about you using automated means, including automated processing and profiling.
With whom we can share your data
We may share all or parts of your personal data to third parties, which may include service providers (IT services, newsletter platform). We only share your data with parties with whom we have signed data processing agreements and with accordance to technical and organizational requirements ensuring the protection of personal data.
Will my data be transferred outside of the European Economic Area (“EEA”)?
Some service providers with whom Fulbright Poland cooperates might have parts of their infrastructure based outside the European Economic Area (“EEA”). The protection of processed data is ensured by adequacy decisions made by the European Commission and through signing the so called ‘standard contractual clauses’ with the service providers.
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