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Privacy policy

“Privacy policy”
The Wielkopolska Region attaches particular importance to respecting the privacy of customers, including users visiting this website.

Personal Data Administrator
The administrator of Personal Data processed on this website is the Wielkopolska Region with the seat of the Marshal’s Office of the Wielkopolska Region in Poznań at al. Niepodległości 34, 61-714 Poznań, tel. +48 61 626 69 69, e-mail:, website:

Personal data protection inspector
You can contact the personal data protection officer by post at the following address: Organizational and Personnel Department, Marshal’s Office of the Wielkopolska Region in Poznań, al. Niepodległości 34, 61-714 Poznań, or via the ePUAP electronic box: /umarszwlkp/SkrytkaESP or e-mail:

Use of data
The website uses the so-called cookies and personal data that may be stored in system logs. The processing of such collected data takes place with your consent expressed by appropriate settings of your web browsers. The Personal Data Administrator processes personal data for the purposes of: ensuring proper service for website users, evidentiary (i.e. necessary to pursue and determine claims), statistical, archiving and communication with website users. The data collected in cookies will be processed for a period consistent with the functioning of cookies, the description of which is presented below. Whereas,
if your data is necessary to establish and pursue claims, they will be processed until the related case is completed and for the period necessary to fulfill the archiving obligation, i.e. for a period of at least 10 years from the completion of the case (in accordance with the office instructions).

Data collection
We store http queries directed to our server on the website. This means that we know the public IP addresses from which users view the information content of our website. Browsed resources are identified by URL addresses. Therefore, we also know:

http request arrival time,
http response time,
name of the client station – identification carried out via the http protocol,
information about errors that occurred during the http transaction,
URL address of the page previously visited by the user (referrer link) – if the website page was accessed via a link,
information about the user’s browser.
To ensure the highest quality of the website, we use Google Analytics and analyze log files to determine which pages are visited most often, what web browsers are used, whether the website structure contains errors, etc.

Rights of data subjects
In connection with the processing of personal data, we would like to inform you that you have the right to:

deletion of personal data, withdrawal of consent to the processing of personal data – except for personal data necessary to establish and pursue claims,
access to personal data, rectification or limitation of processing, as well as to submit a complaint to the supervisory authority, i.e. the President of the Personal Data Protection Office.

Cookies mechanism on the website
The Cookie mechanism, with the exception of Google Analytics, is not used to obtain any information about website users or track their navigation.

For this website we store the following cookies, which are created and exist only
within a specified time. They are necessary for the proper operation of individual elements of the website.

Name Cookie[1] Type Purpose and content
Session INFO, i.e. collected for the duration of the session concluded with the web browser. Used to record the fact that you have read the highlighted information. It is created to limit the number of broadcasts of periodically appearing advertisements. Thanks to the use of a cookie, the information is displayed only once for one user session and does not appear again after switching to the next page of the website.
GSES Session Stores a numeric value used by the page visit counter.
RABAN Session Stores information about the version of the platform used by the user and its language version for the duration of the session
JSESSIONID Session Stores the session ID. It is necessary to maintain the consistency of the completed application. Only assumed if the connection is encrypted with SSL protocol
MoodleSession Session Stores the session ID. It is necessary to store information about the fact that you are logged in to the website.
PHPSESSID Session Stores the session ID. It is necessary to store information about the fact that you are logged in to the website. Stores the session ID. It is necessary to check whether the visitor is not an automatic script filling out the form.
Cookies used by Google Analytics.
__utmc Session Used to determine whether the user visited the website.
__utmt Temporary – 10 min. It is used to determine the number of queries per page.
__utma Permanent – 2 years from activation or update. It is used to distinguish users and website sessions. It is updated as it is submitted to Google Analytics.
__utmz Permanent – 6 months from activation or update. Records the source of redirection to the site. It is updated as it is submitted to Google Analytics.
__utmb Permanent – 30 minutes from activation or update. Used to define a new session. It is updated as it is submitted to Google Analytics.
_ga Permanent – 2 years. It is used to distinguish website users.
_gid Permanent – 24 h. Used to distinguish website users.
_gat Momentary – 1 min. It is used to determine the number of queries per page.
Details about the cookies used by Google Analytics are available at:
Links to other sites
The website contains links to other websites. We are not responsible for the privacy practices of these sites. We recommend that after visiting other websites, you read the privacy policy established there. The current privacy policy applies only to this website.

Consent of the website user

The User consents to accessing information stored on his end device (computer, telephone, etc.) or storing Cookies from the current website on his end device, using the settings of the software installed by him (i.e. web browser).

ATTENTION! In many cases, the software used to browse websites (web browser) allows cookies to be stored on the user’s end device by default. Website users can change cookie settings at any time. These settings can be changed in particular in such a way as to block the automatic handling of Cookies in the web browser settings or to inform each time they are placed on the website user’s device. Detailed information about the possibilities and methods of handling Cookies is available in the software (web browser) settings. It is worth remembering that restrictions on the use of cookies may affect some of the functionalities available on the website.

Below you will find how to change the settings for the use of cookies in popular web browsers.

In the event of a change in the applicable privacy policy, appropriate modifications will be made to the above provision.

HTTP request arrival time – determines the time the web server receives the user’s request for information, e.g. the requested website.

HTTP page response time – determines the time in which the web server responded to the user’s request.

http protocol (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) is a protocol of the World Wide Web.

SSL protocol – a protocol used for secure transmission of an encrypted data stream.

URL (Uniform Resource Locator) – means a unified format for addressing resources (information, data, services) used on the Internet and in local networks. URL is most often associated with website addresses, but this addressing format is used to identify any resources available on the Internet.

website navigation – the user’s movement and transition between individual web pages on a given website.

session – in IT, it is an object that remembers details about the connection with the client on the server for a certain period of time. A characteristic feature of a session is that the data assigned to it is usually of a temporary, fleeting nature (unlike, for example, preferences assigned to the customer’s account). Session data is stored in cookies or in the URL address.

session Cookie – is created and exists at a specific time, only for the time during which the website is visited by the user. Closing the browser window containing the website deletes the created file.

automatic script – this is a program code that automatically browses and downloads information, e.g. from websites.

Chancellery Instruction – Regulation of the Prime Minister of January 18, 2011

regarding office instructions, uniform subject lists of files and instructions on the organization and scope of operation of company archives.