28 - 29.06.2024
Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art, Warsaw



(hereinafter referred to as the “Policy“)


§ 1

Personal data – general principles 


  1. As of May 25, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is in force. Accordingly, we kindly request you to familiarize yourself with the Controller’s data protection rules. 
  2. The Controller of personal data is Good Taste Production spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością with its registered seat in Poznań (60-178), ul. Dziewińska 59, REGON: 302692642, NIP: 7792421062, registered in the Register of Entrepreneurs of the National Court Register under the KRS number 0000504906, registration files kept by the Regional Court Poznań – Nowe Miasto i Wilda in Poznań, VIII Commercial Division of National Court Register, share capital in the amount of PLN 5,000.00 (the “Controller“). 
  3. The Controller collects and processes personal data in order to provide comprehensive services to visitors of the websites maintained by the Controller. 


§ 2

Processing of personal data by the Controller 


  1. The legal bases for data processing by the Controller are as follows: 
    1. processing is necessary for the performance of a contract to which the data subject is a party, or to take action at the request of the data subject prior to entering into a contract (Article 6(1)(b) GDPR); 
    2. the processing is necessary for the purposes of the legitimate interests pursued by the Controller (Article 6(1)(f) GDPR); 
    3. processing is necessary for the fulfillment of a legal obligation of the Controller (Article 6(1)(c) GDPR). 
  2. The data that may be provided to the Controller include, in particular: name, surname, address, e-mail address, telephone, NIP and other data needed to perform the contract or take related actions by the Controller. Provision of personal data is fully voluntary, but necessary for the Controller to perform tasks related to the purpose of data processing. 
  3. The Controller may disclose personal data to entities that provide IT, accounting, administrative services to the Controller and other entities that operate the Controller ‘s website or online store. The Controller requires such entities to comply with the law, a high degree of privacy protection and security of personal data processed by these entities on behalf of the Controller. The Controller does not transfer personal data to third parties for marketing purposes. 
  4. Personal data are not transferred to third countries. 
  5. Personal data will be processed for the period necessary to fulfill the purpose for which they are processed, after which the data will be kept for the period appropriate for the statute of limitations for claims. After this period, the personal data will be deleted, as required by the GDPR. 
  6. In connection with the processing of your data by the Controller, you have the right to request: 
    1. access to the content of your data, within the limits of Article 15 of the GDPR; 
    2. its rectification, within the limits of Article 16 of the GDPR; 
    3. its erasure, within the limits of Article 17 GDPR; 
    4. restriction of its processing, within the limits of Article 18 GDPR; 
    5. data portability, within the limits of Article 20 GDPR; 
    6. object to the processing of personal data, based on Article 6(1)(f) GDPR. 
  7. Exercise of the rights referred to above may be carried out, in particular, by sending requests to the e-mail address: bilety@goodtaste.pl, or by sending a request by mail to the Controller’s address: ul. Dziewińska 59, 60-178 Poznań. 

§ 3

Data protection contact 


  1. If you consider that the Controller ‘s processing of your personal data violates the provisions of the GDPR, you have the right to lodge a complaint to the President of Personal Data Protection Office (Prezes Urzędu Ochrony Danych Osobowych). 
  2. In case of any questions regarding the principles of personal data protection, it is possible to contact us by e-mail, at: bilety@goodtaste.pl, or in writing, by mail to the Controller’s address: ul. Dziewińska 59, 60-178 Poznań. 

§ 4

Controller’s website 


  1. For the purpose of analytics, i.e. researching and analyzing activity on a website belonging to the Controller, the Controller shall process such personal data as: 
    1. date and time of website visit, 
    2. type of operating system, 
    3. approximate location, 
    4. type of Internet browser used to view the website, 
    5. time spent on the site, 
    6. subpages visited
      – unless otherwise indicated by separate settings within the user’s device. 
  2. The legal basis for such processing is Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR, which allows the processing of personal data if by doing so, the Controller pursues its legitimate interest (learning about user activity on the website). 
  3. User activity on the Controller ‘s websites, including their personal data, are recorded in system logs (a special computer program used to store a chronological record containing information about events and activities concerning the computer system used to provide services by the Controller). The information collected in the logs is processed in connection with the provision of services. The Controller also processes them for technical purposes; in particular, data may be temporarily stored and processed to ensure the security and proper functioning of IT systems, e.g. in connection with making security copies, testing changes to IT systems, detecting irregularities or protecting against abuse and attacks. 


§ 5



  1. The Controller on its website uses so-called “cookies”, which are short text information stored on the user’s computer, phone, tablet or other device. They can be read by the Controller’s system, as well as by systems belonging to other entities whose services are used by the Controller (e.g. Facebook, Google). 
  2. Cookies perform a great many functions on the website, in particular those described below: 
    1. providing security: cookies are used to protect your personal information from unauthorized access; 
    2. influencing the processes and efficiency of the use of the website: cookies are used to make the website run smoothly and to be able to use the functions available on it, which is possible, among other things, by remembering your settings between visits to the website; 
    3. session status: in cookies it is possible to record information about how visitors use the website, such as which subpages are most frequently displayed; they also make it possible to identify errors displayed on certain subpages. Cookies used to record so-called “session state” therefore help to improve services and enhance the browsing experience; 
    4. creation of statistics: cookies are used to analyze how users use the website (how many open the website, how long they stay on it, which content is of greatest interest, etc.). This allows the website to be continuously improved and tailored to users’ preferences. In order to track activity and generate statistics, the Controller uses Google’s tools, such as Google Analytics; in addition to reporting website usage statistics, the Google Analytics pixel can also be used, along with some of the cookies described above, to help display more relevant content to you on Google’s services (e.g., Google Search) and across the web;  
    5. use of social features: The Controller may use features that allow the user to navigate from the Controller’s profile maintained on social media to the Controller’s website; however, for this to be possible, the Controller must use cookies provided by the designated entities. 
  3. By default, the user’s web browser allows the use of cookies on the device, so on the first visit the Controller asks for consent to the use of cookies. However, if the user does not consent to the use of cookies when browsing the website, they can change the settings in the web browser at any time, i.e. completely block the automatic handling of cookies or request notification whenever cookies are placed on the device. The settings can be changed at any time. 
  4. The Controller presents below instructions for disabling cookies by browser: 
    1. Google Chrome 
      1. You need to click on the menu (in the upper right corner), tab Settings > Show advanced settings. In the “Privacy” section, you need to click the Content Settings button. 
    2. Internet Explorer 
      1. From the browser menu (upper right corner): Tools > Internet Options > Privacy, Sites button. Use the slider to set the level, confirm the change with the OK button. 
    3. Mozilla Firefox 
      1. From the browser menu: Tools > Options > Privacy. Activate the Firefox program field: “will use user settings”. Cookies are decided by checking – or not – the Accept cookies item. 
    4. Opera 
      1. From the browser menu: Utility > Preferences > Advanced. Cookies are decided by checking – or not – the Cookies item. 
    5. Safari 
      1. From the Safari drop-down menu, you need to select Preferences and click the Security icon. Here you select the level of security under „Accept cookies”. 
  5. The Controller, considering as fully legitimate the decisions of users regarding the use of cookies, is nevertheless obliged to warn that disabling or limiting the use of cookies may cause serious difficulties in the use of the website, for example, in the form of the need to log on to each subpage, longer loading times of the website, limitations in the use of functionalities, limitations in the functions available on the Controller’s account in social networks, etc. 


§ 6

Final provisions 


  1. The Policy shall be governed by the laws generally applicable in the Republic of Poland. 
  2. The Controller reserves the right to change the Policy for important reasons, in particular adjusting its content to comply with the law, or to recommendations, orders or decisions of authorized bodies. 
  3. The Controller will inform about the change of the Policy by posting an appropriate announcement at least 14 days in advance. 
  4. The Policy is available at the office of the Controller’s headquarters and in electronic version on the Controller’s website.