Privacy policy

  1. Cookies are small pieces of data that are stored on users’ devices intended for use with web pages.
  2. In many cases software used for website browsing automatically admit storage of cookies in the user’s computer.
  3. The website users can make changes in cookies settings all the time, in particular so as to:
    • block automatically using of cookies in the website browser settings,
    • inform about their every time appearance in the user’s computer.
  4. More details about possibilities and methods of cookies using are available in software settings (the website browser settings).
  5. Blocking the use of cookies cannot affect the essential information available on the website.
  6. Our website uses Google Analytics for the purpose of obtaining anonymous statistical website data. More details about using data are available in Google Analytics privacy policy.
  7. Our website uses the reCaptcha service in order to limit the abuse of its functionality. As part of the provision of the service, data related to the device used to accessing website is processed by the provider in accordance with the Google privacy policy.
  8. This privacy policy may be modified. If the currently effective privacy policy is changed, appropriate modification of aforementioned rules shall be published on a page of the website.

Personal Data Processing Consent

  1. Association for Legal Intervention (pol. Stowarzyszenie Interwencji Prawnej; SIP) with its seat in Warsaw at 5 Siedmiogrodzka, premises 51, postal code 01-204 i the controller of the personal data for those who are using Association for Legal Intervention newsletter. e-mail address::, Telephone number:  (+48) 22 621 51 65.
  2. Association for Legal Intervention is processing data to answer your questions, provide legal advice and organize legal trainings.
  3. Providing data is voluntary, but necessary to provide the service in the form of legal advice or legal training. 
  4. The data will be stored until the completion of the above-mentioned services, or until the consent of the data subject is withdrawn. The data will not be processed in third countries.Person whose data are processed is entitled to:
    • withdrawal of consent to the processing of personal data
    • rectification of personal data 
    • erasure of personal data,
    • restricting the processing of personal data,
    • object to the processing of personal data,
    • transferring of personal data,
    • lodging a complaint to the supervisory body of the President of the Personal Data Protection Office (ul. Stawki 2, 00-193 Warsaw).