Dear Users,

On 25 May 2018, Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Union 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 came into force. The new regulations repeal the hitherto effective Directive 95/46/EC implemented in Poland as Personal Data Protection Act of 29 August 1997 (Journal of Legislation no. 133, item 883 with subsequent amendments).

Poznań Philharmonic has always taken due care to maintain security of personal data entrusted to our institution. We implemented a relevant policy and ensuing procedures while still falling within the regulations of Inspector General for the Protection of Personal Data. We have also regulated in detail the principles of collaboration with entities to participate in the procedure of personal data processing. Similar care was taken while implementing the Personal Data Protection Regulation.

Your data shall be controlled by the same entity, i.e. Tadeusz Szeligowski Poznań Philharmonic.

What data we process

What we record is the first name, surname and contact data solely associated with the process of reservation and purchase of tickets for artistic events organised by our institution. Furthermore, we inform you about developments at the Philharmonic by means of a newsletter, for which purpose we collect your e-mail addresses. Providing personal data is always voluntary; decline, however, to submit the required information shall render provision of services to you impossible.

We are aware of the special status of journalistic, artistic, academic, and literary activity, which areas have been indicated in the Personal Data Protection Regulation as commanding exceptional treatment in view of the freedom of expression principle and of the European Union’s Charter of Fundamental Rights.

Personal data collected as part of your use of Poznań Philharmonic’s services, incl. our Internet pages, is protected in accordance with Personal Data Security Policy adopted by our institution. Its execution is supervised by Information Security Controller. As Personal Data Protection Inspector, the post shall be maintained after 25 May 2018.

Should data be collected for other purposes, e.g. for competitions or publication of questionnaires, you shall be informed about all purposes of such activity, as well as about the method of data processing. The ensuing databases shall be standardised as registers, to which we are obliged by the rulings of the Personal Data Protection Regulation.

Why we process your data

On your consent, we process the data for information purposes in order to efficiently promote access to higher-order goods, such as artistic events. This way, we act in broadly understood public interest by addressing cultural offer to potential audiences. We renounce importunate direct marketing methods in favour of information campaigns, public relations activity, and advertising. In all our operations, we apply the regulations of privacy policy, and thus are able to grant you a high level of service security, to tailor the message to meet your expectations, and to improve the Philharmonic’s offer.

The Internet page itself is not used to present outside advertisements, while the cookie records are used solely for statistical purposes , as well as for those related to proper operation of the www service.

Whom we transfer the data to

Regulations currently in place oblige us to inform you as to who and to what extent processes your personal data. We do it each time during the said sales of tickets, as well as when adding new users to the newsletter service.

Subject to legitimate requests, data should also be rendered available to authorised entities incl. courts and law enforcement authorities.

What you can do with your data

You have the right to full access to your data, incl. the possibility to rectify it, restrict its processing (revoke consent to have personal data processed in an area specified), as well as the right to object, or to remove data, which is understood as the right to be forgotten.

Furthermore, you are entitled to transfer your personal data to a different data controller. On request, you shall be provided your data from the controller of the Poznań Philharmonic. It will be recorded in a structured, machine-readable format.

The person responsible for your personal data at the Poznań Philharmonic is the Personal Data Protection Inspector:

You can contact the person in charge of your personal data regarding the above, as well as report potential violations of the security policy at the above e-mail address, or at the postal address below:

Filharmonia Poznańska
im. Tadeusza Szeligowskiego
Inspektor Ochrony Danych Osobowych (Personal Data Protection Inspector)
ul. Św. Marcin 80/82, 61-809 Poznań

All reports concerning violations of the security policy are proceeded within a maximum period of 72 hours, and the person concerned shall be promptly notified about the current situation.