We value your trust in providing us your data, thus we are striving to use commercially acceptable means of protecting it. Below you will find the necessary information about the data we collect using this website.

The controller of your personal data is Miquido Sp. z o. o. sp. k. with its seat in Krakow, Zabłocie 43a, 30-701 Kraków, Poland (“Miquido”, “We”, “Our” or “Us”).

In all cases regarding your personal data you can contact Us:

Personal data of Attendees

We will process your personal data that you submit in order to:

Your following personal data: name, surname, e-mail address or job title will be transferred to our data processors that we cooperate with on the basis of a contract or other legal act. Please note, that only a person who accomplished 18 years old can purchase a ticket to the conference.

Your personal data will be kept:

You have the right to:

In order to execute any of the abovementioned rights please contact us in one of the ways indicated at the beginning of this document.

Providing your personal data is necessary in order to enter into and execute the contract between you and Miquido.

Cookie Files Policy

  1. The entity publishing cookie files on end device and gaining access to them is Miquido Spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością Sp. k. located at Zabłocie 43a, 30-701 Krakow.
  2. The site uses cookie files (text files saved on user’s computer) that identify a user in a way required to allow some operations.
  3. Cookie files are used to:
    • adjust contents of the site to user’s preferences and optimizing the use of the site, these files, in particular, allow the recognition of user’s device and display the site adequately to his individual needs,
    • collect statistics that inform on how users use websites which allows improvement of their structure and contents,
    • maintain session after logging in so the user does not have to enter his login and password on every sub-site,
    • limit the number of advertisements displayed as well as in order to deliver and match their contents to user’s interests.
  4. The following types of cookie files are used within site:
    • “necessary” cookie files that allow the use of services available within the site, i.e. authentification cookie files used in services requiring authentification within the site,
    • cookie files that ensure the safety i.e. used to detect abuse of authentication within the site,
    • performance cookie files that allow collection of information on the use of pages within the site,
    • functional cookie files allowing remembering of settings selected by user and user interface personalization, i.e. in terms of selected language or region from which user comes from, font size, website looks, etc,
    • advertising cookie files, allowing delivery of advertising contents that are adjusted to user’s interests.
  5. In many cases software used to view websites (web browser) automatically allows storage of cookie files in user’s end device. Website users can change these settings at any time. These settings can be changed in particular to block automated acceptance of cookie files in web browser settings or to inform on each storage of cookie files on user’s device. Detailed information about the possibility and methods of cookie files support is available in the software settings (settings of the web browser).
  6. Cookie files are stored on-site user’s end device and may be used by advertisers and partners cooperating with the Service provider, i.e. Google, Facebook. More information on these cookie files can be found on websites of each third party.
  7. Service provider informs that limitation of the use of cookie files may affect some functionalities available on pages within the site.