Privacy and personal data protection policy of the

Music Export Poland Foundation

Personal data administrator

Fundacja Eksportu Polskiej Muzyki – Music Export Poland

with its registered office in Warsaw: 01-873, ul. Antoniego Magiera 14/44, National Court Register nr 0000741987 (hereinafter: Foundation) applies the principles of personal data protection resulting from universally binding regulations, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Please read the information below.

For what purposes does the Foundation process personal data?

1. Newsletter

The Foundation processes personal data in order to provide information to people who have signed up for the Foundation's mailing list.

2. Recruitment of the Foundation's programmes

The Foundation processes personal data for the purpose of the recruitment process for programmes organized by the Foundation.

What is the legal basis for the processing of personal data? 
1. Newsletter

The legal basis for the processing of personal data for the purpose of the newsletter is the consent of the person who has subscribed to the Foundation's mailing list (Article 6 (1)(a) of the GDPR). Providing personal data is voluntary.

2. Processing calls for proposals for Foundation's programmes

The legal basis for the processing of personal data in order to carry out the recruitment processes for the programmes organized by the Foundation is art. 6 (1)(b) of the GDPR, i.e. activities necessary to sign a contract at the request of a person who participates in the call for programmes of the Foundation. Providing personal data for the purposes of recruitment to the Foundation's programmes is necessary to participate in the recruitment process. Lack of personal data will make it impossible to take part in the call.

What rights do I have in relation to the processing of personal data by the Foundation?

You have the following rights in connection with the processing of your personal data by the Foundation:
- the right to access your data, including the right to obtain a copy of your data;
- the right to demand that your data be corrected;
- the right to delete data;
- the right to lodge a complaint with the data protection supervisory authority;
- the right to limit processing;
- the right to withdraw consent in so far as data are processed on that basis; the withdrawal of consent shall not affect the lawfulness of processing carried out on the basis of consent before its withdrawal;
- the right to transfer personal data.

Recipients of personal data – to whom can the Foundation disclose personal data?

1. Newsletter

Personal data provided for the purpose of sending out the newsletter may be transmitted to the provider of technical services related to the sending of e-mails. As of 1 March 2019, this entity is the Rocket Science Group LLC, based in Atlanta, USA. This entity is part of the Privacy Shield program, therefore the transfer of personal information to this company complies with the requirements of the GDPR.

2. Recruitment for the Foundation's programmes

Personal data provided in order to conduct calls for programmes organized by the Foundation may be transferred to an accounting company and law firms providing services to the Foundation.

In case of qualifying for programmes organized by the Foundation, personal data may be transferred to entities providing services necessary for its organization, e.g. airlines, insurers or hotels.

How long will the Foundation process your personal data? Data retention period and rights

1. Newsletter

The data provided for the purpose of sending the newsletter will be processed by the Foundation as long as you do not withdraw your consent to receive the newsletter.

2. Conducting calls for Foundation's programmes

The data provided in order to participate in the call for proposals for programmes organized by the Foundation will be processed through the statute of limitations for possible claims, e.g. tax claims. As a rule, this period is 5 years.

Can I unsubscribe from the newsletter?

Yes, you can unsubscribe from the newsletter at any time. To do this, please click on the unsubscribe link (unsubscribe footer), which is an essential part of every message you receive from us. If you have any problems with unsubscribing from our newsletter, please contact us at: biuro[at]

Amendments to the privacy policy

Music Export Poland reserves the right to introduce changes in Privacy Policy in the future. Along with each change, the new version of the Policy Privacy will appear on our website. By using the service after this date, the user accepts changes in the new version of the Privacy Policy.

Should you decide that your privacy has been violated in any way, please contact our office by e-mail: biuro[at]

Cookie mechanism

Basic information

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files stored on the user's computer. Cookies help webmasters to manage these websites and to improve the quality of the content provided.

What is device recognition?

Device recognition is a mechanism for identifying the type of device from which a user connects to a website. These mechanisms also identify the operating system used on the device, the time zone from which the connection is made, the size and resolution of the screen, etc. They also identify the operating system used on the device, the time zone from which the connection is made, the size and resolution of the screen, etc. These mechanisms are designed to adjust the appearance, size and other service parameters to a specific device. This information is not used to identify a specific person.

What other information is used by the Foundation?

The Foundation uses information contained in system logs (e.g. IP address) resulting from the general rules of Internet connections. This information is used for technical purposes related to the administration of our servers. In addition, IP addresses are used to collect general, statistical demographic information (e.g. about the region from which the connection originates).

The Foundation uses cookies and other technologies and information supporting the management of its websites. In order to make the message clear cookies and other similar technologies will be collectively referred to as cookies.

What types of cookies are used by the Foundation?

Session cookies are files that are automatically deleted when you close your browser.

Persistent cookies – these are files that are stored on your device for a certain period of time. Storage of these files does not depend on closing the browser.

Own cookies – set by the Foundation's services.

Third party cookies – set by websites other than the Foundation, e.g. Google Analytics.

The Foundation uses both its own and third party cookies.

Why does the Foundation use cookies?

Cookies are necessary for the Foundation to operate its website.

The Foundation uses its own cookies for technical support of the Foundation's website.

Cookies, including those from third parties, are also used for statistical and analytical purposes. These files allow the Foundation to determine the average length of visits to the website and the total number of visits to the websites managed by the Foundation. These files are fully anonymous and do not allow the Foundation to identify specific users of our websites.

Does the Foundation sell or share cookies with other companies?

No, the Foundation does not sell or share cookies with other companies.

How can I manage cookies?

Cookies can be managed by changing your browser settings. Most often cookies can be managed from the "Settings" menu. In this menu you can learn how to delete cookies, block the storage of new cookies or set a notification about saving a new cookie file.

Is it possible to use the Foundation's services with cookies turned off?

Disabling cookies in your browser usually does not prevent you from using our website, but it can cause difficulties. In particular, it may be difficult to access certain content.

Links to other websites

The Foundation is not responsible for the privacy policy applied by the owners or administrators of the websites to which links placed on the Foundation's website redirect.