privacy policy

According to art. 13 Act 1 and Act 2 general regulation on the protection of personal data (pol. RODO) of April 27, 2016 we would like to advise you that:
1.    In case when the Customer entrusts the processing of his/her personal information, the Contractor undertakes to process the entrusted information only to the extent necessary to implement this contract and observe the provisions of the Act of 29 August 1997 on the Protection of Personal Information (Journal of Laws 2016.0922) and to keep the information confidential during and after the termination of the Contract.
2.    The Customer declares that he/she has been informed about, and accepted that the administrator of personal information will be Maciej Kitliński (Photo Quest One - photographic services), with whom you can contact via:
a.    postal address: ul. Gromady Grudziąż 15/21, 30-657 Krakow, Poland.
b.    e-mail:
3.    Your personal information will be processed for marketing purposes in social media and on the company's website.
4.    The basis for processing the information is:
a.    regarding signing the contract and taking action before its conclusion - indispensability to implement the contract (legal basis: Article 6, paragraph 1, letter b) Regulation of the European Parliament and Council (EU) 2016/679 – (pol. RODO),
b.    justified interest of the Contractor in the processing of your personal information for the period after which claims arising from the Contract are overdue, and in the case of pursuing claims by the Contractor - for the duration of such proceedings (legal basis: Article 6, paragraph 1, letter f) ) Regulation of the European Parliament and Council (UE) 2016/679  - (pol. RODO).
5.    Your personal information will be kept for the period resulting from time limitation of claims.
6.    At any time, you are granted the right to request the access to your personal information, correct it, delete or limit the processing, object to information processing (based on Article 6 (1) (F)) and the right to transfer your information. The Contractor then is not allowed to process your personal information anymore. Unless he/she will clearly prove the existence of valid, legally justified grounds for processing, overriding the interests, rights and freedoms of the data subject, or grounds for establishing, investigating or defending the claims.
7.    The Contractor will not transfer your personal information to a third country, that is outside the EEA.
8.    If you allege that the processing of your personal information violates the law, you have the right to place a complaint with the President of the Office for Personal Information Protection.
9.    Providing personal data is voluntary, but it may be necessary for the conclusion and implementation of the contract. Failure to provide personal information in this case will result in the inability to sign a contract.