Who we are
The administrator of personal data is Dragon’s Diamond Marcin Iwaniec based at pl. Kilińskiego 2, 35-005 Rzeszów, Poland.
What personal data we collect and why we collect it
The only personal data we are processing are name, surname and e-mail. Those data are used to answer person for his request sent via our contact form.
Later, during performing the programming service, we also may need phone number to efficient explanation any inaccuracies.
Data for invoices
If a invoice is issued for services rendered, it is necessary to provide contact details such as name, surname, telephone number, e-mail address and also company data – full company name, company headquarters address, tax identification number and bank account details.
Who we share Your data with
We are sharing Your personal data only with entities interested in making requested service. Those entities may be different depending from requested service or may not occur at all. In this case, we will always ask for permission to share Your personal information if it is needed. In the case of invoices, the counterparties’ data is transferred to the accounting office in order to conduct accounting processes. The accounting office is obliged to adequately secure the above-mentioned data and not pass it on to unauthorized entities and persons.
How long we retain Your data
We will keep Your personal data indefinitely so we can contact You any moment is needed.
What rights You have over Your data
You have the right to inspect Your personal data, change them or be forgotten (change and forgetting does not apply to invoices, which results from the provisions of polish tax law).
Where we send your data
Person that is using our contact form may be checked through an automated spam detection service.
How we protect your data
Your data are protected via using SSL connection and then stored on Encrypted Google database engine. Data in paper form (invoices) are protected by the accounting office.
What data breach procedures we have in place
We will immediately inform You, if we suspect any data breach.