Ślimakowe Rytmy – Beats of Cochlea

Information concerning the processing of the personal data

Under Art. 13(1) and (2) of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation), further called „RODO,” the organizer of the Festival „Beats of Cochlea” informs that:

  1. The administrator of the personal data is the Institute of Physiology and Pathology of Hearing with its seat in Warsaw, 02-042, Mochnackiego 10.
  2. The administrator has appointed the Personal Data Inspector, who can be contacted for all matters pertaining to processing personal data and executing rights related to that processing by post at: ul. Mochnackiego 10, 02-042 Warszawa or email: iod@ifps.org.pl.
  3. Personal data in the range indicated in the registration forms and statements will be processed for the purposes of organizing and participating in the Festival „Beats of Cochlea” and used in the materials advertising and documenting that event.
  4. The legal base of processing of the stated personal data is the express consent of the person it concerns or their legal guardian (Art. 6(1) and Art. 9(2) RODO) and in the necessary range for the reasons of public interest in the field of public health based on Art. 9(2) RODO.
  5. The provision of personal data is voluntary but necessary for the purposes of organizing and participating in the Festival. The failure to provide personal data makes participation in the event impossible.
  6. Personal data will not be processed automatically (including profiling).
  7. Personal data will be processed for the duration of the Festival and afterward for 6 years from 31 December of the year of the Festival.
  8. The data owner is entitled to:
    • access their data (on principles defined in Art. 15 RODO),
    • request correction or complementation of the incomplete data (on principles defined in Art. 16 RODO),
    • delete the data (on principles defined in Art. 17 RODO),
    • request the processing of data (on principles defined in Art. 18 RODO),
    • withdraw the consent for data processing at any time; withdrawal of consent will not affect the legality of processing done before its withdrawal.
    • transfer the data (on principles defined in Art. 20 RODO), i.e., the data owner may receive from the administrator their personal data in the structured, commonly used digital format; 
    • lodge a complaint with the Polish Data Protection Commissioner if they believe that the processing of their personal data violates the law.
  9. Personal data can be made available to other parties entitled in law or based on a contract.