The website is operated by the JiM Foundation (hereinafter referred to as the Foundation), based in Lodz, 105 Tatrzanska Street, registered in the Register of Associations, Other Social and Professional Organizations, Foundations and Independent Public Health Care Institutions, kept by the District Court for Lodz-Śródmieście in Lodz, XX Economic Department of the National Court Register under KRS number: 0000127075, PLN, NIP: 7282455613.
These terms and conditions are intended to define the terms and conditions for publishing stories online using the forms available at www.jim.org and www.polskananiebiesko.pl.
Whenever "stories" is mentioned in the Regulations, it should be understood as a description of the situation, events sent by the user.
These Regulations are available at https://jim.org/regulaminhistorii.
RULES FOR PUBLISHING STORIES
A story can be published by an adult person on the autism spectrum or a loved one (parent or legal guardian).
Published stories may include personal information such as the name of the person on the autism spectrum, his or her age, and place of residence.
Provision of personal data referred to in paragraph 2 is voluntary.
Adding a story to the site involves providing personal information, such as name, age, email address.
Personal data will be processed only for purposes related to the statutory activities of the JiM Foundation, and their provision is voluntary, but necessary for the publication of the Story.
The Foundation is not responsible for the materials submitted for publication, including the lack of permission to disseminate the image.
PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA
The Foundation is the controller of personal data contained in published stories available on jim.org,
on the Foundation's Facebook fanpage, on the Foundation's profiles on Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, and in printed materials published by the Foundation.
Providing personal data is voluntary, but necessary to publish the story.
The person publishing the story has the right to access the personal data provided, to correct it, to request its deletion, to restrict its processing, to transfer the data, and to object to the processing of personal data. The person publishing the story also has the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority if the data is processed in violation of legal requirements.
By sharing the stories of people on the autism spectrum, the Foundation processes personal data to raise public awareness and knowledge about the problems of people with autism spectrum disorders and their families.
The basis for the processing of the data referred to in § 2.2, including the Foundation's processing of the image of the person(s) depicted therein, is the consent given pursuant to Article 6.1(a) of the RODO and Article 9.2(a), and 81 of the Act
on Copyright and Related Rights.
The basis for the processing of personal data is also Article 6(1)(f) of the RODO, i.e. the Foundation's legitimate interest in carrying out its statutory tasks, including, among others, providing assistance to people with disabilities, especially those on the autism spectrum, and especially to children and young people with disabilities, their families and relatives, providing assistance to families and people in difficult life situations and equalizing life opportunities for these people, increasing public awareness and knowledge of the problems of people with autism spectrum disorders and their families.
This consent also covers the sending of information by the Foundation on its current activities, including as to forms of assistance and support, organized actions, training and other events, or therapeutic and educational activities, including in the form of a newsletter or e-mail.
To the extent that the data is processed on the basis of consent given, a person has the right to withdraw consent at any time. However, this will not affect the lawfulness of the data processing that was carried out before its withdrawal. A statement containing the withdrawal of consent can be sent by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Personal data will be processed until you revoke your consent, but no longer than the period of publishing stories. At the same time, it is possible to continue receiving the newsletter after the period of story publication. A person who does not wish to receive the newsletter after the period of publication of the story should have to make the statement referred to in Section 8.
Recipients of the personal data will be entities using the websites: jim.org, www.polskananiebiesko.pl and visiting the Foundation's Facebook fanpage, the Foundation's profiles on Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn and reading printed materials published by the Foundation, as well as entities providing IT and legal services to the Foundation.
JiM Foundation has the right to change the regulations at any time.
In matters not covered by these regulations, the provisions of generally applicable law shall apply.
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