Privacy statement

What kinds of data do we collect about you?

Automatically collected data

While you visit our websites, anonymous data about your visit is collected, e.g. your IP address, domain name, browser type, operating system type, etc.

Data collected when you contact us

When you contact us using the contact form, by phone or e-mail, etc. you provide us with your personal data, such as your name, e-mail address, etc.

How do we use your data?

In case you subscribed for our newsletter (or otherwise consented to receive it) we will use your data to send you e-mails. In every subsequent e-mail you will be asked if you still want to receive our newsletter.

The data collected automatically may be used to analyse users’ behaviours on our websites or to collect demographic data.

The data collected in the course of correspondence between you and our website will be used exclusively to reply to your inquiries.

In case of an audit of the Personal Data Protection Office, your data may be provided to that Office, pursuant to the Personal Data Protection Act.

In case you breach the principles of using our website, breach the law, or when the law requires that, we may provide your data to relevant judicial authorities.

Personal data protection statement

How will we contact you?

If you signed up for the newsletter, you will receive our e-mails.

If you contacted us, you may receive a reply from us by e-mail or in any other way indicated by you.

How can you inform us of data changes?

If you want to stop receiving our newsletter, you may use the opt-out option placed in the footnote of each e-mail received from us. If you want to change the e-mail address used for the newsletter, please contact the website editorial team using the contact form.

Use of cookies

Our websites use ”cookies” to create anonymous statistics of their use. They also help in remembering the user’s preferences. Cookies do not include any personal data. More about cookies used on the website

Website statistics

Our websites collect anonymous data on visited webpages. This data is used exclusively for the purposes of statistical analysis of traffic on our websites, e.g. by defining popularity of some of their parts. Apart from our own statistics, we use the service "Universal Analytics"- which collects anonymous information about the visited webpages of our websites. Detailed principles of the privacy statement of the "Universal Analytics", including information how the data collection may be blocked can be found on the site: Security and privacy in Universal Analytics

The ”share” function

The ”share” function makes it possible to send information about our websites to social media, such as: Facebook and Twitter. They operate based on services provided by their administrators. Find out more about their privacy statement:

Facebook privacy statement

Twitter privacy statement

How do we protect your personal data?

When you provide us with your personal data, the communication between your computer and our servers is encrypted using the SSL protocol (Secure Socket Layer). Additionally, our databases are secured against the insight of third parties.


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Changes to our policy statement

We reserve the right to change the above privacy statement by publishing a new privacy statement on this website.

Contact information

Institution collecting the data:

Najwyższa Izba Kontroli (Supreme Audit Office)
ul. Filtrowa 57
02-056 Warszawa

In case of any other questions concerning the privacy protection, please contact the website editorial team using the contact form.

Article informations

Date of creation:
09 July 2010 09:42
Date of publication:
09 July 2010 09:42
Published by:
Andrzej Gaładyk
Date of last change:
19 February 2021 08:21
Last modified by:
Andrzej Gaładyk

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