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Privacy Policy & Cookies Policy

Privacy Policy – Information clause

Taking care of the transparency and correctness of our activities, as well as meeting the provisions of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46 / EC and the Personal Data Protection Act of May 10, 2018, we would like to inform you who, on what basis and how your personal data is processed.

Below you will find information and answers to questions regarding the processing and protection of personal data.

Who is the controller of your personal data?

The administrator, i.e. the entity deciding how personal data will be used, is the Jagiellonian Institute Foundation (Fundacja Instytut Jagielloński), ul. Marszałkowska 84/92/115, 00-514 Warsaw, Poland NIP: 5262889276, REGON: 140147690, registered in the District Court for the capital city of Warsaw in Warsaw, Poland, XIII Commercial Division of the National Court Register under KRS number: 0000234639, which is the publisher of the 3SeasEurope internet portal (

How to contact us for more information on the processing of your personal data?

If, after reading the information below, you have any questions or concerns regarding the processing of personal data, please contact us at the following e-mail address:

Where do we get your data from?

We received them in the form of an e-mail sent to one of the e-mail addresses or a completed newsletter available on our website.

What is the purpose and legal basis for the processing of your personal data?

We process the personal data entrusted to us to send you current studies of the 3SeasEurope Publishing House and newsletters prepared by 3SeasEurope. The basis for the processing of personal data by us is your consent.

What are your rights regarding the processed data?

We guarantee the fulfillment of all your rights under the general data protection regulation, i.e. access to data, the right to rectify it, delete it or limit processing in the event of the end of the purpose for which it was collected.

You can use these rights, among others:

  1. when you notice that the data is incomplete or untrue in relation to the request for data rectification,
  2. when the data is no longer necessary to achieve the purposes for which it was collected, you can withdraw your consent to the processing of data or object to their processing,
  3. when you notice that the data is incorrect, you may request the restriction of data processing for a period that allows us to check the correctness of this data. In addition, you may request the restriction of processing if:
  • the data will be unlawfully processed, but you will not want it to be deleted or
  • we no longer need the data, but you may need it to defend or assert claims or to object to data processing.

In addition, you have the right to lodge a complaint regarding the processing of personal data by us to the supervisory body, i.e. the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection.

The consent may be withdrawn at any time.

How long will we process your data?

The administrator will store your personal data only for the period necessary to meet the requirements of applicable law. This means that we can store your personal data for a reasonable period, even if you no longer use the administrator’s services. In particular, this applies to data necessary to fulfill the administrator’s obligations before state administration bodies (including the Tax Administration).

Your data will be processed until you delete it or withdraw your consent, but the withdrawal of consent will not affect the lawfulness of data processing before the consent is withdrawn.

Who has access to your data?

Personal data is processed by employees of the Jagiellonian Institute Foundation (Fundacji Instytut Jagielloński) who have been authorized to do so.

We also inform you that your data is not transferred to third countries and international organizations.

Cookies Policy – Cookies – basic information

Cookies (so-called “cookies”) are computer data, in particular text files, saved and stored on the end user’s device – designed for use on the website. Cookies are designed to be a reliable mechanism for remembering the state of the website or the user’s activity during previous visits.

What information is contained in cookies?

Cookies typically contain:

  •     name,
  •     name of the website (domain) from which they come,
  •     time of storage on the terminal device (browser),
  •     a unique number (alphanumeric value).

For what purposes are cookies used?

Cookies on website are used for:

  • Creating anonymous statistics (aggregated), which help to understand how a website user uses the website. These statistics help to improve the structure and content of the website;
  • Displaying advertising content

Types of cookies:

  • cookies making it possible to use services available within the Website, e.g. authentication cookies used for services requiring authentication within the Website;
  • cookies used to ensure safety, e.g. used to detect abuse in the field of authentication within the Website
  • cookies making it possible to collect information on the manner of use of the Service’s websites;

How to delete cookies

By default, web browsers allow cookies to be stored in the local space of your device. These settings can be changed so that the browser blocks the automatic handling of “cookies” or informs you each time they are sent to your device. It is also possible to delete selected “cookies”. Detailed information about the possibility and the ways of managing cookies is available in the settings of your web browser.

Restricting the use of cookies may affect some of the functionality available on the website.