Privacy Policy

Dear User,
As 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) has been applicable since 25 May 2018, we have made changes to the Privacy Policy and the Cookies Policy. 

This document specifies principles of protecting personal data of persons using the website www.productdevelopmentdays.org, productdojo.io and programs.productdojo.io (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Website’).

The Privacy Policy and the Cookies Policy describe the type of collected Personal Data of the Website User, the method of collection and use thereof, the method of storage and possible disclosure, and describe what rights you have regarding the processing of personal data.

The Controller is obliged to protect privacy of Website Users. For this purpose, the Controller will make all efforts to protect personal data provided by the Website User in connection with the use of the Website and purchases. 

The Controller of your personal data is Product Dojo Inc. (Limited liability company with registered office 2446 Augustine Drive, Santa Clara 95054, CA.

PROCESSING PURPOSE AND GROUNDS

  1. Contact form

We process data provided by you in the contact form in order to fulfil your request and answer a question, based on our legitimate interest (pursuant to article 6, clause 1, letter f) of the GDPR) which is contact with Customers and provision of answers to their questions.

  1. Provision of services

If you decide to use services offered by the Controller as part of the Website, data submitted by you will be processed in order to enter into and perform an agreement concluded under the terms and conditions specified in the Website Regulations (pursuant to art. 6, sec. 1, let. b) of the GDPR), and in order to send commercial information on the basis of given consent (pursuant to art. 6, sec. 1, let. a) of the GDPR).

Your data is also processed in order to pursue or defend against claims, which is a legitimate interest of the Controller (pursuant to art. 6, sec. 1, let. f) of the GDPR) to pursue and defend against claims.

  1. Other grounds for the processing

Your data may also be processed in order to fulfil legal obligations to which the Controller is subject (pursuant to art. 6, sec. 1, let. c) of the GDPR, e.g. accounting and tax obligations), and for analytical and statistical purposes of customer satisfaction survey, which is a legitimate interest of the Controller (pursuant to art. 6, sec. 1, let. f) of the GDPR).  

DATA RECIPIENT

  1. Data processing

The Controller may disclose your data to entities cooperating with it, such as:

  1. entity providing marketing services,
  2. accounting office,
  3. IT company,
  4. hosting provider,
  5. entity providing customer service,
  6. persons cooperating with us under civil law contracts,
  7. entity providing legal services,
  8. entity providing mail services and
  9. business advisors.

The Controller will also disclose your data as necessary due to the obligation imposed on it. 

  1. Data disclosure

The Controller may disclose data stored in cookies to Trusted Partners. Disclosure of data stored in cookies requires User’s consent. The recipient of information stored in cookies is Product Dojo, Google, Facebook.

Transfer of data to third countries or international organisations

The Controller may entrust the processing of personal data to a third country, i.e. outside the European Economic Area and send it to external entities cooperating with the Controller and acting on behalf of the same for the above-mentioned purposes. The Controller may also store personal data in a place subject to another jurisdiction than the place of residence or registered office of a specific user. Furthermore, some of our Trusted Partners may store data of website users outside the EEA (European Economic Area). 

Transfer of data outside the EEA, e.g. to the USA, takes place only when an entity meets a proper data safety and protection degree, e.g. based on the decision of the European Committee of 12 July 2016, the so-called Privacy Shield. It means that your data may be transferred only to such entities which meet the principles established by the United States Department of Commerce as part of the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework programmes governing collection, use and storage of personal data accordingly from Member States of the European Union. Such transfer of data occurs only when an agreement including standard contractual clauses requiring a specific personal data protection degree was concluded with the entity receiving data.   

STORAGE PERIOD

A period for which we can process your personal data depends on the legal basis constituting a legal ground for the Controller to process personal data. We will never process personal data for a longer period than specified by the above-mentioned legal basis. Accordingly, we inform you about the following facts:

  • if the Controller processes personal data on the basis of the consent, the processing period will last until withdrawal of that consent by the User,
  • if the Controller processes personal data, and when it is needed to perform the agreement the User is a party to, the processing period will last until it is no longer possible for either party to pursue contractual claims,
  • if the Controller processes personal data on the basis of a reasonable interest of the controller, the processing period will last until the cessation of the above-mentioned interest (e.g. the period of limitation of civil law claims) or until the data subject objects – in situations when such objection is entitled under the provisions of law,
  • if the Controller processes personal data as required by the applicable regulations, the processing period for this purpose is defined by these regulations.

USER’S RIGHTS

Please note that you have the right to:

  1. access your data and receive copies thereof,
  2. rectify (correct) your data,
  3. remove data,
  4. restrict the processing of data,
  5. transmit data,
  6. object to the processing of data.

If you decide to exercise the above rights, please contact us by email or traditional mail, or personally using data given below:

Product Dojo Inc. (Limited liability company with registered office 2446 Augustine Drive, Santa Clara 95054, CA);

Email: admin@productdojo.io;

You are also entitled to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority, i.e. the President of the Personal Data Protection Office, if you believe that we process your data unlawfully.  

VOLUNTARY SUBMISSION OF PERSONAL DATA

Submission of data indicated in the contact form as mandatory is necessary to handle the question and provide an answer to it, and failure to submit it will result in you not being able to send an inquiry.

Data we process when providing our services is described in the Regulations. Submission of data is voluntary yet necessary for proper provision of the service and performance of the agreement. Failure to submit the said data will result in you not being able to enter into an agreement with our Controller. 

AUTOMATED DECISION-MAKING

Information we collect in connection with the use of our Websites may be processed in an automated way (including in the form of profiling), however, it will neither have any legal effects on a natural person nor significantly affect the situation of that person in a similar way. We pay particular attention to the issue of profiling and point out that for the purpose of profiling: we do not process any sensitive data, we use typical data for this: email and IP address or cookies, we profile in order to analyse or forecast personal preferences and interests of persons using our Websites or products or service, and to adjust the content of our Websites or products to such preferences. We profile for marketing purposes, i.e. to adjust the marketing offer to the above-mentioned preferences.  

Cookies Policy

This website uses cookies to optimise the website experience for its users.

Cookies are small text files sent by the server and stored on the device from which the Website is accessed (usually on the hard drive of your computer or another mobile device). Cookies contain information which the Website might need to tailor its functions to the manner in which a visiting person uses the Website and to collect statistical data regarding the Website.

Information concerning the manner in which the Website is used by the Users and their IP addresses, based on the analysis of access logs, e.g. type of browser, operating system, date and time of visit, number of connections, number of opened Website subpages, browsed content, is collected every time the Website is visited by the Users.

Cookies do not include personal information concerning the Website Users. Cookies are not used to determine the identity of the User.

The Website uses two basic types of cookies: session cookies and persistent cookies.

Session cookies are temporary files that are stored on the User’s device until they log out, leave the website or turn off the browsing software.

Persistent cookies are stored on the User’s device for the time specified in the cookie file parameter or until they are deleted by the User.

Besides the cookie files, the Website can also gather data that is usually collected by Internet system controllers as part of the so-called logs or log files. The details contained in the logs can include: IP address, type of platform, type of Internet browser.

The Website uses cookies only with the User’s consent.

Cookie consent

Cookies can be stored on the User’s device only if the User gives such a consent. If the User does not consent to the storage of cookies, such files can be temporarily stored on a space specifically intended for such a purpose and read by their provider. The provision of the objectives mentioned below is also justified based on the Controller’s legitimate interest, which is providing access to the Website and providing services at the highest possible level (art. 6 sec. 1 let. f) of the GDPR).

Purpose of using Cookies

Cookies are used for statistical, presentation, and customisation purposes and to process forms, customise the Website content to the specific User’s preferences, ensure proper running and functionality of the Website, and for the purposes of product and service marketing.

Cookies are also used for functional, content customisation, statistical, analytical, and marketing purposes.

The Controller’s legitimate interests, i.e. marketing of own products and services, statistical and analytical analysis, and provision of services at the highest possible level, constitute the basis for collecting details concerning the Website Users.

Third parties’ cookies

In the process of using our websites, the User can receive cookies from third parties cooperating with Product Dojo Poland, such as Google, Facebook, Twitter, and other companies, which organise advertising campaigns on our websites at the advertisers’ request. More details concerning such cookies are available on the websites of given third parties.

Personal details

As a rule, cookies do not include personal details. However, certain details stored in cookies (e.g. regarding preferences), especially in connection with other details about website users, can be treated as personal data. Personal data gathered while using cookies can be processed only for the purposes of providing specific functions for the user, as specified above. The data specified above is encrypted in such a manner that it cannot be accessed by unauthorised persons.

Changing cookie settings

As a rule, Internet browsers, as well as other software installed on a computer or any other device that has been connected to the network, by default allow for storage of cookies on such a device. As a result, they enable to collect details about persons visiting the Website. However, Website Users can change or withdraw the cookie consent in any given time by changing the browser settings. This means that Website Users can partially limit cookies stored on their devices or completely disable this function. However, the Controller informs that such a limitation or restriction of the use of cookies can affect certain Website functions.

 

Further information on how to change the cookie settings or individually delete cookies in the most popular browsers is available in the browser Help section or on the following websites:

Other

The Website can include links that redirect the Users to other websites. The Controller does not have any influence on the privacy and cookie policies adopted by the controllers of the abovementioned websites. We advise the Users to read the document that stipulates the privacy and cookie policies before using the resources offered by other websites; if such policies have not been disclosed, contact the editors of the website to obtain information concerning this issue.