Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy 

  • From this Privacy Policy you will learn:
  • to what kind of services it applies;
  • what personal information we collect through the site and for what purpose we process them;
  • what rights each User has when using our site;
  • how to exercise your rights. 

If, after reading the information contained in the Privacy Policy, you have any questions about the processing of your data - please contact us. Information on how to do this can be found in the CONTACT tab at the end of this document.

To begin with, there are a few principles that guide our processing of personal data. These rules are derived from the provisions of the Data Protection Regulation – By writing about this, we want you to know that we are aware of the obligations we have with regard to the processing of personal data, and thus that they form the foundation for us in planning and improving our personal data management system.
By using our website at you have the ability to view, browse and download information:
- about the Chamber, what we do, who sits on the authorities of the Chamber, as well as information about our members;
- about current events that we organize, co-organize or about those that have just taken place;
- about our activities, including ongoing projects, ongoing mediations, arbitration court (you can find this information in the ACTIVITY tab)
Through the site you can also get in touch with us - you can do this by going to the CONTACT tab, where you will be asked to provide such data as, name and email address through which we will be able to contact you, and to enter a message (please note that you decide for yourself what data and how detailed you will provide us in this way. Please keep in mind, however, that too general information or data, or lack thereof, may prevent us from taking the action you expect or from contacting you).

The content available on the site can also be displayed in English. To change the language, go to the last tab indicating the language of the content displayed.
Our pages may also contain links to other websites - usually those of our members, partners, or to events that we jointly organize or participate in with them. If you decide to press on such a link - you will be redirected to a new page. Please note that as of this moment, this Privacy Policy ceases to apply and the entity to which the redirection led begins to apply. When you enter the website, a message about the use of cookies is displayed to you. You can find more about cookies in the Cookie Policy.

What rights does the person whose personal data is processed have? Each person whose data is processed shall have, depending on the legal basis for the processing referred to in Article 6(1) or Article 9(2) of the RODO and the prerequisites set forth in the content of Articles 7, 15-21 of the RODO, certain rights:
- the right to access data about you - what does this mean for you? This means that you have the right to know what data we process, for what purpose and for how long, and to obtain other information that we are obligated to provide to you under Article 15 of the RODO. This obligation also means that we are required to provide you with a copy of the data we process about you upon your request. As a rule, we will send you a copy with such data electronically, unless you indicate in your request to us that you wish to receive it in another form. The transmission of the first such copy is free of charge, while we may charge you an administrative fee for each subsequent copy. 
- the right to rectify non-catalyzed data or complete data - if for some reason your data is incorrect then at your request we will change it so that it is up-to-date.  
- the right to delete your data. This means that at any time you can demand that we delete your data that we have collected. Will we always be able to do this? We will be required to do so in any case described in the text of Article 17 of the RODO. 
- the right to restrict data processing.
- the right to transfer personal data - if the processing is based on a contract. This means that if you request such a right from us then we will transfer your personal data, which you have provided to us, in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format. You also have the right to request that we transfer such data to another controller, if this is technically feasible. 
- the right to object to processing - whenever such processing is carried out on the basis of our legitimate interest.
- the right to withdraw consent at any time - if you have given us consent to process your personal data for the purpose covered by the content of your consent, you can withdraw it at any time What if this happens? We will stop processing your data for the purpose for which you gave us consent. Of course, any processing we have carried out on this basis, prior to the moment you withdraw your consent, will be lawful. 

How to realize these rights? 
It's simple. You have several options. Choose the one that is most convenient for you.
- submit a request for the exercise of a specific right by sending it to the address of the administrator's headquarters, i.e. us: the Chamber of Commerce of Central Europe, pl. św. Macieja 5 lok. 33, 50-244 Wrocław.
- by filling out the form available on the site and sending it to us by pressing the "send" button.
- you can also contact us by sending an email to
Please remember that whenever you believe that we have violated your rights or there has been a violation in the processing of your personal data, you can file a complaint with the supervisory authority. In Poland, the supervisory authority is the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection. For more information on how to file a complaint, visit
Before you do so, we encourage you to contact us - we will be happy to provide answers and clarify the matter. We make every effort to properly and lawfully protect your personal information. 
Can your data be shared with other entities?
We protect your data, which means that we do not share it with anyone unless it finds a legal basis in the law and the nature and purpose for which it is to be transferred. In any such case, such data is shared in a manner that ensures its confidentiality and security. So when can such situations occur? For example, in case we need to deliver a package to you, then providing your address information will be necessary to the supplier through which we want to send it.
We may also share data when we receive your consent to do so. In some cases, the obligation to share your personal data with state authorities will be a direct result of legal regulations. 

Whose data do we still process and for what purpose?
All personal data are processed exclusively in connection with the implementation of the statutory tasks of the Chamber of Commerce of Central Europe. 
- we process the data of IGEŚ members - organizations that, in connection with the completion of the membership declaration, have requested to be accepted as members. In this regard, we may process not only the personal data of organizations that are natural persons within the meaning of the provisions of the RODO, but also of individuals who are authorized to represent organizations and make statements of intent on their behalf. We will process the data provided by members for the purpose of maintaining contact to keep them informed about membership matters and, if they consent, we will also send them specific information or take specific actions in accordance with the scope of their consent;
- we process the data of volunteers who, in the framework of organized volunteering, support us in the implementation of the statutory objectives of the Chamber;
- we process the data of persons serving on the Board of Directors of the Chamber to the extent necessary to fulfill legal obligations - registration and others imposed by law, as well as in connection with the implementation of the current affairs of the Chamber;
- we process the data of persons who contact us, e.g. through a contact form on the website or by directing an e-mail message to one of the e-mail addresses we use. We process this data for the purpose of handling the matter in connection with which the contact is made;
- we process the data of individuals who enter into contracts with us or the data of persons authorized to represent entities with which we enter into contracts. We process this data for the purpose of entering into and performing a contract;
- we process the personal data of employees of companies with which we have entered into contracts in order to contact them for the performance of the contract;
- We process the data of persons who address requests to us for the exercise of their legal rights. The data will be processed in order to fulfill the legal obligations referred to in the legal regulations on personal data;
- we process the data of individuals who have expressed a desire to receive newsletter-type messages from us about our activities, projects, etc;
- we process the data of employees and persons with whom we cooperate on the basis of a civil law contract - to the extent that it is necessary to conclude and perform the contract and fulfill legal obligations;
- we process personal data of people who contact us through social networking sites where we have accounts, such as data posted in comments on posts we make, or data posted in messages directed to us in instant messaging services, where we may also have an established account;
- we process the personal data of individuals who have declared participation in the events we organize, such as conferences, trainings, meetings, webinars, etc., including, among others, the image captured in photographs, videos.
- in order to fulfill our legitimate interest, we archive personal data to the extent that it is necessary to demonstrate the due performance of legal obligations and liabilities incumbent on us under contracts concluded or statutory tasks;
- we have to process some of the above data because we are required to do so by applicable law.
As a rule, we do not collect special category data, however, for the purpose of carrying out certain statutory tasks, it may happen that we process it. W We only process personal data for as long as it is necessary to fulfill a specific purpose, to fulfill a legal obligation, or until the expiration of the statute of limitations for claims arising, for example, from contracts concluded with us or other legal events. We do not transfer personal data outside the EU, and we do not profile personal data. However, it may be necessary to transfer or share data outside of the EU/EEA in connection with the implementation of particular statutory objectives and activities undertaken in this regard. In any such case, the Chamber will take steps to ensure that the data is transferred in accordance with the law, including with adequate or appropriate safeguards. Where do we get personal data from? If we have not received the data from you, we have it from the company we have contracted with, and with which you work as an employee, associate. We may also have your data from state institutions, of which you are an employee, and with which we cooperate in carrying out our statutory purposes.  Provision of personal data is voluntary, but sometimes it may be necessary to take certain actions, e.g. to conclude a contract, respond, sign up for a newsletter, etc. 

Our contact information:
Central European Chamber of Commerce
ul. METALOWCÓW, nr 25, lok. 18,
54-156 Wrocław, Polska
e-mail w sprawie danych osobowych: dane.