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Free Masterclasses / Webinars

§1. Technical conditions

To participate in the Masterclass/Webinar, you need a computer or other electronic device with Internet access, an active e-mail account and the right software, including the right web browser. The webinar will be held via Zoom, which the Participant can use via a link via a web browser.

§ 2. Rules of participation in the Masterclass/Webinar

  1. After completing the registration, the Participant will receive the confirmation e-mail along with a link enabling participation in the Masterclass/Webinar to the e-mail address when registering.
  2. It is forbidden to transfer access data to participate in the Webinar to third parties.
  3. The Organizer may provide the opportunity to interact with the speaker or other Participants through communication in the form of a chat.
  4. The Organizer may record, share and archive the course of the Masterclass/Webinar.
  5. The Organizer reserves the right to make changes to the Masterclass/Webinar program or technical conditions of its organization for important reasons, which will not constitute a violation of the Regulations.
  6. The Organizer is not responsible for circumstances on the part of the Participant that prevent them from participating in the Masterclass/Webinar, including in particular:

a. incorrect contact details provided,
b. the Participant’s failure to meet the technical conditions necessary to perform the service,
c. incorrect operation of ICT devices.

§ 3. Complaints

  1. The Ordering Party or the Participant may submit complaints related to the provision of the service by the Organizer. A complaint may be submitted in electronic form in the manner specified in the “Contact” tab on the website www.lemanskills.com.
  2. The person submitting the complaint should provide their details, including contact details and a description of the reason for the complaint. Complaints that do not meet these requirements will not be considered.
  3. The Organizer considers the complaint no later than within 14 days and replies to the e-mail address provided when filling out the complain.

§ 4. Intellectual Property/Copyright

  1. Upon conclusion of the contract, the Participant obtains the right to access the content of the Masterclass/Webinar for its duration. This content is a work within the meaning of the Act of February 4, 1994 on copyright and related rights (Journal of Laws of 2016, item 666, as amended), and is intended for the Participant’s personal use. The Participant has no right to multiply, duplicate, distribute, market the Masterclass/Webinar content or materials from the Masterclass/Webinar, or make this content available to third parties.
  2. Participants are not entitled to record the content and course of the Masterclass/Webinar in any form, without the Organizer’s written consent.
  3. All rights, including proprietary copyrights, intellectual property rights to: service names, Internet domain and content contained therein, including the content of the Masterclass/Webinar and related materials, belong to the Organizer, and their use may only take place with the consent of the Organizer.

§ 5. Protection of personal data

  1. The administrator of the personal data of the Ordering Party and the Participant is the Organizer (hereinafter referred to as the “Administrator”).
  2. In all matters regarding the processing of personal data and the exercise of your rights related to the processing of personal data, please contact us at contact@lemanskills.com.
  3. The processing of personal data will take place in order to:

-> organization of the Masterclass/Webinar – the legal basis is the necessity of data processing in order to conclude and perform the contract for the provision of the Masterclass/Webinar service (Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR)
-> keeping the Administrator’s accounting and tax settlements – the legal basis is the necessity of processing to fulfill the legal obligation incumbent on the Administrator (Article 6(1)(c) of the GDPR),
-> conducting direct marketing of products or services of the Administrator or its business partners in the event of voluntary consent (Article 6(1)(a) of the GDPR),
-> organizational, administrative and IT services – the legal basis is the implementation of the Administrator’s legitimate interest, which is the organization of the Masterclass/Webinar (Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR),
-> investigation and defense against claims and for archival purposes – the legal basis is the implementation of the Administrator’s legitimate interest, which is the investigation and defense against claims and data archiving (Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR).

  1. Providing personal data is a condition for concluding the contract, the consequence of not providing them is the inability to participate in the Masterclass/Webinar. We obtained Participants’ data from the Ordering Party in the notification of your participation in the Masterclass/Webinar.
  2. Your personal data will not be used to make automated decisions, including profiling.
  3. Personal data will be stored for the following periods:

-> to the extent necessary to perform the contract – for the duration of the contract,
-> within the scope of the consent given – until it is withdrawn.
-> to the extent that personal data is processed on the basis of the Administrator’s legitimate interest – until this interest is fulfilled or until an effective objection is raised.
After these periods, we will process data until the expiry of the limitation period for any claims arising from the contract or the course of business contacts.

  1. You have the right to:

-> access to the content of your data, request rectification, deletion or limitation of their processing and – within the scope of the contract and consent – transfer of personal data,
-> withdrawal of consent, whereby the withdrawal of consent does not affect the lawfulness of the processing carried out before its withdrawal,
-> object to the processing of personal data to the extent that the basis for the processing of personal data is the legitimate interest of the Administrator;
-> lodge a complaint with the supervisory body when you consider that the processing of your personal data violates the provisions of the GDPR.

§ 6. Final provisions

  1. The Regulations are available free of charge on the website www.lemanskills.com in a form that allows its acquisition, reproduction and recording in any form. The Ordering Party and the Participant may save the Regulations on any medium.
  2. The Organizer reserves the right to make changes to the Regulations. The Organizer announces the content of changes to the Regulations on the website at least 7 days before the changes come into force. The amendment to the Regulations enters into force within 7 days of its publication. In addition, the Ordering Party and the Participant are informed of any changes to the Regulations by sending information to the e-mail address no later than 7 days before the date of entry into force of the amendment to the Regulations. If within 7 days from the date of delivery of the e-mail message referred to in the preceding sentence, the person does not inform the Organizer about the lack of acceptance of the amendment to the Regulations, he/she shall be bound by the Regulations in the new wording.
  3. The Regulations and contractual relations between the Ordering Party and the Participant and the Organizer are subject to Polish law and are concluded in Polish.
  4. In the event of a dispute arising on the basis of the concluded contract for the provision of electronic services, the Organizer and the Ordering Party will strive to resolve the matter amicably. The law applicable to the resolution of any disputes arising from these Regulations is Polish law.
  5. The Regulations come into force on May 1, 2023.