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The following definitions shall apply to the Terms and Conditions for the Provision of “Meeting Pointer” Services:
Personal Data - personal data as defined in the Personal Data Protection Act of 29 August 1997 (consolidated text: Dz. U. [Polish Journal of Laws] of 2002, no. 101, item 926).
Agreement Date – the date on which the Client accepts these Terms and Conditions by selecting an appropriate option in the Website registration process.
Website – a dedicated website at MEETINGPOINTER.COM that contains all information concerning the provision, scope and manner of performance of the Services, including information submitted by the Clients.
Terms and Conditions - the Terms and Conditions for the Provision of “Meeting Pointer” Services, which set forth the scope of provided services as well as the obligations and rights of parties that provide or use „Meeting Pointer” services.
„Meeting Pointer” System - a comprehensive service provided via available online IT tools with the purpose of facilitating participation in various business events for interested parties.
Services – the scope of activities performed by the Provider under these Terms and Conditions for a fee and/or marketing activities.
Provider – Acetosa Sp. z o.o., with its registered office in Warsaw at Pl. Piłsudskiego 1, 00-078 Warsaw. Registered with the National Court Register maintained by the District Court, Twelfth Commercial Division of the National Court Register, with no. KRS 422269, with the share capital of PLN 5,000, NIP [Taxpayer Identification Number] 525-253-24-20.
Client – any entity to which “Meeting Pointer” services are being provided (Corporate Clients), including individuals (Individual Clients), whether engaged in business relations with such entities or acting on their own.
Event – an event of any type covered by the scope of Services, including conferences, trade fairs, training, educational or business events, organised by an entity cooperating with the Provider.
These Terms and Conditions set forth the terms and conditions for the performance by the Provider to business entities and/or individuals of Services involving:
a) the provision to interested persons of information concerning given Events, in particular: the type and subject of the Event, the speakers, agenda, date and place, events associated with the Event, selected information concerning accommodation and location details for the Event, including general information on estimated travel times and Event organisers.
b) Enabling interested Clients to contact Event organisers via IT tools that allow on-line communication.
c) Enabling interested Clients to enter into business relations with other participants in the Event and plan an individual meeting schedule, with an option to specify a meeting status during Events.
d) Enabling interested Clients to send content created by them to other participants in the Event or to Event organisers or to submit content to the Website, including information concerning the organisation of a Client’s own Events.
e) Enabling interested Clients to download leaflets or files made available by the Event organiser.
f) Enabling interested Clients to receive dynamic reports in the scope set forth in the “Meeting Pointer” system description, available at: https://meetingpointer.com/system-features.
g) Enabling interested Clients to create their own reports.
Services shall be provided by the Provider to Clients that have registered with the Website. Specific terms and conditions of registration and optional Services available to the Clients along with price schedules and payment information are set forth in the “Meeting Pointer” system description, available at the Provider’s website at https://meetingpointer.com/system-features.
Acceptance by the Client of the Terms and Conditions during registration for the Website shall be deemed the Client’s statement of intent to use the Services in accordance with the terms set forth in these Terms and Conditions and acceptance by the Client of the provisions of these Terms and Conditions.
In the case of provision of Services to business entities, the respective agreement on the provision of Services by the Provider shall take effect on the date set forth in the respective counterpart of the agreement. In such a case, these Terms and Conditions shall apply subsidiarily, to the extent to which the Terms and Conditions do not contradict the provisions of the agreement.
The Provider warrants that it shall provide Services with utmost professional diligence, in particular that:
a) it shall undertake necessary steps to secure the Clients’ personal data and fulfil obligations arising from the Personal Data Protection Act.
b) If notified by a Client on a possible breach or breach of a Client’s personal data, rights or another breach of law, the Provider shall undertake all possible efforts to preclude or hinder the possible breach or prevent further breach, including the right to remove information submitted to the resources by the Client that has breached its obligations under these Terms and Conditions.
c) It shall make it possible for the Client to use IT tools required to use the Services, such as the possibility to use a dedicated search engine and filter for the Client’s own events.
d) It shall provide access to a regularly updated database on selected Events.
e) It shall provide access to the content of the Website twenty four hours a day, barring a malfunction.
The Provider shall not have an obligation to monitor the content of information submitted to the resources by the Clients.
The Provider shall have the right to remove from the resources any information concerning the Client or created by the Client if it becomes aware of a possibility of occurrence of a breach of law or an occurrence of a breach of law.
In the case of reasonable doubt as to the veracity of data submitted by a Client, the Provider shall have the right to request from the Client the copies of documents confirming their identity under the pain of refusal to provide the Services. Copies of such documents should be provided on request of the Provider, within 48 hours from the sending of a relevant request to the Client’s e-mail address.
In consideration for the Service fee and depending on the selected option, the Clients shall have the right to:
a) Use the Provider’s entire data base Provider containing information listed in Clause 4.1 of these Terms and Conditions.
b) Access regularly updated versions of information listed in Clause 4.1 of these Terms and Conditions.
c) Request the removal from the Provider’s IT resources of specific information concerning the Client.
d) Publish on the www.meetingpointer.com website specific information including data concerning Events, business entities or individuals not involved in business activities.
e) Publish in the resources photographs on which they are featured.
If the Client is an individual and uses the Services directly (i.e. not through any entity with which he/she is affiliated in any manner), then such Client has the right to rescind the Agreement on the provision of Services within ten days from the Agreement Date under the Act on Protection of Some Consumer Rights and on Liability for Harm Caused by Hazardous Products of 2 March 2000.
While using the Services, the Clients shall be required to:
a) use the System in accordance with the rules of social conduct, which shall include respecting the right to privacy of other participants in the Events.
b) Use the System in such a manner as to preclude a breach of rights of Event participants or organisers, in particular the personal rights of individuals or legal entities and moral and economic copyrights.
c) Refrain during the use of the System from any activities inconsistent with fair competition practices.
d) Undertake such actions as may be specified by the Provider, should they prove necessary for the uninterrupted use of the Website.
e) Maintain the secrecy of information (such as password) that are used for the purposes of Website registration and/or enable the use of Services.
f) Respect economic and moral copyrights to works of authorship that have been published on the Website.
4. The Clients acknowledge that the Website may not be used:
a) as a platform for sharing files or for sharing information on the location of such files, including audio files encoded in mp3 format or another format or other multimedia, if such activities would breach moral or economic copyrights.
b) For illegal activities, in particular undertaken for the purpose of attacking or hacking other IT systems, in particular port scanning, sniffing or spoofing.
The Client acknowledges that the provision of Services involves the processing of Personal Data of individuals by the Provider. Therefore, each registration of an individual in the IT resources shall require a separate written consent of such individual for the processing of his/her personal data within the meaning of the Personal Data Protection Act of 29 August 1997.
An individual’s consent to the processing of his/her Personal Data for purposes related to the provision of services shall be granted during the process of online registration.
An individual whose Personal Data are being processed in connection with the provision of Services has been notified that on account of the nature of the Services, such data may be provided to parties organising the Events or to other parties whose activities are related to such Events and may be made available to other persons that use the Services, solely for the purposes covered by these Terms and Conditions.
The Client who is an individual hereby acknowledges and accepts that his/her personal data submitted to the Website may be distributed on the Internet and that it is impossible to effectively remove such data from the Internet.
The Client who is an individual or an individual to which the Service is being provided have the right to protection of their Personal Data and to control the processing of such data, in accordance with the provisions of the Personal Data Protection Act of 29 August 1997. As a part of such right, a Client who is an individual:
a) May exercise his/her right to access his/her Personal Data and/or correct such data.
b) May file a written and substantiated request to cease the processing of his/her personal data on account of an exceptional situation in cases enumerated in Sections 23.1.4 and 23.1.5 of the Personal Data Protection Act.
c) May object to the processing of his/her personal data in cases enumerated in Sections 23.1.4 and 23.1.5 of the Personal Data Protection Act should the Provider intend to process such an individual’s Personal Data for marketing purposes or should such data be provided to another administrator.
d) May request that the Provider individually reconsider a case that has been settled in breach of Section 26a.1 of the Personal Data Protection Act.
e) May request that the Provider provide him/her with information on other parties to which the Personal Data are being made available as a part of provided Services.
The Provider confirms that in the case of exercise of the above rights or other rights arising from the Personal Data Protection Act, it shall promptly perform all its obligations of a personal data administrator as legally required.
The Provider shall not be liable for the actions or inaction of other parties, including Event organisers or other parties whose actions are related to the Events. In particular, the Provider shall not be liable for the course of the Events or for the quality or change of date, place or agenda of the Events.
The Provider shall not be liable for the actions of IT network operators.
The Provider shall not be liable for the content of information received by the Clients or sent by the Clients.
The Provider shall not be required to reimburse any fees paid for provided Services should the Provider cease to provide the Services due to a breach of law by the Client.
To the extent admissible by law, the Provider shall not be liable for any damage incurred in connection with the provision of Services, subject to consumer protection rules.
The Provider does not warrant uninterrupted connection to the Website, in particular in a case where:
a) the Internet connection has been broken due to a reason beyond the control of the Provider, in particular due to a reason arising from the terms of service of a respective Internet Provider.
b) A threat to the Website’s data has occurred.
c) An official notice of possible illegal activity or of illegal activity has been received.
d) A malfunction has occurred that prevents the proper provision of Services.
The Provider confirms that in the cases described in Clause 7.5, it shall undertake necessary steps to perform the Services in full.
Complaints as to the quality of provided Services and/or their compliance with these Terms and Conditions, if any, may be submitted in writing to the Provider’s address or via electronic mail to the address: email@example.com or else they shall not be considered.
A complaint should include a detailed description of the underlying event, full name and e-mail address of the User or other Website visitor and the proposed course of action.
The Provider shall consider a complaint within 14 days from its receipt, unless further information should prove necessary to be provided to the Provider in order to consider the complaint. In such a case, the 14-day deadline shall start on the date of provision of such information.
An answer to the complaint shall be sent only to the e-mail address provided in the complaint.
Any dispute concerning the provision of Services shall be settled by the common court of law having the venue and subject-matter jurisdiction, following previous attempt at mediation by the Provider and Client pursuant to Sections 1831 et seq. of the Code of Civil Procedure.