The project entitled "Revalorization of modernist school workshops in Stalowa Wola for the needs of the Museum of the Central Industrial District" - was co-financed by the European Union under Measure 8.1 of the priority axis VIII Protection of cultural heritage and development of cultural resources of the Operational Program Infrastructure and Environment 2014-2020.

Project number: POIS.08.01.00-00-0096/17.


This Privacy Policy contains information about the purposes, grounds and principles of personal data processing in the activities of the Regional Museum in Stalowa Wola.
Who is the administrator of personal data?
The administrator of personal data is the Regional Museum in Stalowa Wola, 1 Sandomierska St., 37-450 Stalowa Wola, NIP: 865 209 25 29, REGON: 830414006

Source and method of data collection
Personal data is collected:
in connection with the performance of the Museum’s statutory activities – within the scope specified by law,
in connection with the use of the online store – in the course of registration and ordering by the store’s customers and during transactions,
in connection with the so-called newsletter service informing about events organized by the Museum and new publications,
through automatic collection of so-called “cookies” when visiting the Museum’s website.

For what purpose and on what basis are personal data processed?

Personal data is processed:
on the basis of legal provisions defining the tasks of the Museum carried out in the public interest (Article 6(1)(c) and (e) RODO) – in connection with the Museum’s performance of its statutory activities,
on the basis of provisions necessary for the performance of a contract (art. 6 par. 1 lit. b RODO), in order to:
provide service electronically within the framework of the online store, including for the delivery of purchased goods, the issuance of accounting documents, the handling of possible returns or complaints, contact in matters concerning the execution of the order,
set up and manage the user’s account in the online store, including to provide account maintenance, transactions and to solve technical problems,
handling requests and contacting on issues related to order fulfillment,
on the basis of the administrator’s legitimate purpose (Article 6(1)(f) RODO),
ensure protection of persons and property – in terms of video surveillance,
learning Users’ preferences, detecting bots and bugs, for statistical purposes and direct marketing,
based on the User’s consent (Article 6(1)(a) of the DPA), for the purpose of processing an order in the online store – in terms of optional data,
to send marketing and commercial information about events, exhibitions and new publications organized by the Museum.
Consent can be withdrawn at any time.

Is the provision of data voluntary?
Users using the Bookstore’s online store are asked to provide data necessary to create and operate an account. Provision of this personal data is voluntary, but necessary to conclude a contract with the User and process the order.
Providing personal data in order to receive newsletters and cookies collected is voluntary.

What are cookies and for what purpose are they collected?
Cookies are IT data, in particular text files, which are stored on the device with which the User browses the content of the website. This data includes information automatically collected during the user’s visit to the site, including, among others, IP address, data on the browser used, URL of the page previously visited by the user (referer link), transmission information and reports on possible errors.

Cookies are used to customize the content of the website to the user’s preferences, to create statistics and analyze user behavior, and as supporting material for server administration. Google tools such as Google Analytics are used to track activity and create statistics. Cookie data may also be used by social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube, through the presence of content sharing plug-ins on the sites.
Cookies may be used by advertising networks, in particular the Google network, to display ads tailored to the way you use the Website. For this purpose, they may retain information about the user’s navigation path or the time they stayed on a given page. Detailed information about the scope and principles of data collection in connection with this service can be found at the following link:

The user can, in time, change the settings for accessing and storing cookies using the settings of the browser or the settings of the terminal device through which he/she views the content of the website.

Detailed information on cookies is available in the “Cookie Policy” available at this link:
How long will the personal data be processed?
Personal data of Users who have created an account or made a purchase in the online store will be processed for the period of providing services and fulfilling an order, and after that for the period required by law (including the Accounting Act) or until the expiration of the statute of limitations for possible claims or filing a justified objection to processing.

Users’ personal data, collected in cookies and for marketing purposes, will be processed until a justified objection is made or consent to such processing is withdrawn.

Recipients of the data
Users’ personal data are transferred to entities providing services to the Administrator, providers of IT services, hosting services, marketing services, whereby entrustment occurs only to the extent and for the purposes specified by the Administrator, on the basis of an agreement on entrustment of personal data processing.
Data may also be prepared to entities authorized to obtain them under applicable law.

Rights of data subjects
Users whose personal data is processed by the Administrator have the right to:
withdraw consent to data processing – at any time, without giving a reason;
access to personal data – the right to obtain specific information about the processing of personal data, as well as to obtain a copy of the data,
request for rectification of personal data – the right to request correction or completion of outdated data,
demand the erasure of personal data – the so-called right to forget, when the processing is no longer justified under the law,
to request restriction of processing of personal data – the right to request restriction of processing only to storage or other operations on data until legitimate reasons cease,
to object to processing – due to the particular situation of the data subject or if the data is processed for marketing purposes,
to portability of personal data – the right to obtain a record of the data in a structured format, to the extent that the data are processed in connection with a contract concluded or consent given.
The user also has the right to file a complaint in connection with the processing of personal data to the supervisory authority, i.e. the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection.


To ensure the safety of our employees and customers, the area of the Museum complex is monitored. Video surveillance data containing personal information is collected based on the premise of the administrator’s legitimate interest (to ensure the protection of persons and property) and, for this purpose, is transferred to entities providing facility security. Video surveillance records are stored for a period of 30 days.

How to enquire about personal data?
The administrator’s contact address is: tel: 15 844 85 56 fax: 15 844 85 56 e-mail:

Policy on cookies and similar technologies
For your convenience, the website uses cookies and similar technologies, among other things, to customize the website to users’ needs, and for statistical purposes. Cookies are small text files sent by a website visited by an Internet user to the Internet user’s device.
Cookies are also used by the services we refer to by showing, for example, multimedia, YouTube, Facebook, and others.

Cookies contain only nameless data concerning only the way and form of use of the services.

The site uses two types of cookies:
session cookies – are temporary files that are stored on the user’s device until the user logs out, leaves the site or shuts down the web browser,
permanent – these are files stored on the user’s device for the time specified therein (cookie lifetime) or until the user deletes it.

The website uses performance cookies, i.e. cookies used to collect information about the way the website is used so that it works better, and functional cookies, i.e. cookies that allow the website to “remember” the user’s settings (e.g. language, font size). These include: cookies – statistics for the site, session cookies (expire when the session ends),
cookies to indicate that a survey/survey has been completed (if such surveys/surveys are used on the site),
cookies to indicate that the cookie policy has been accepted.
Third-party sites, from which we present material, may also use cookies to enable you to log in, and are used to deliver advertisements that match your tastes and behavior.

If you do not want to receive cookies, use the option of the browser you use to connect to the site and choose to automatically reject cookies. These settings usually also allow you to manage cookies otherwise.

Below are links to sample official websites of the manufacturers of the most commonly used web browsers, where you will find information on the steps needed to change the settings of a particular browser to the extent described above:

If you have older versions of MS Internet Explorer, you need to select “Tools” / “Internet options” / “Privacy” / “Advanced” / “Block cookies” for this purpose. Using a web browser, the user can also delete cookies already stored on his device. Using the aforementioned web browser, select “Tools” / “Internet Options” / “General” / “Delete Cookies”.

The Regional Museum in Stalowa Wola is not responsible for the content of cookies sent by other websites to which links are placed on the pages of the services.