REGULATIONS FOR RUNNING A BLOG AS PART OF TRANS.INFO

Last update of the Regulations: 11.05.2018

  • General provisions
    • These Regulations (hereinafter: “Regulations“) define the procedures related to creating and running a transport-related blog (hereinafter: “Blog“) at Trans.info website.
    • All the definitions used herein shall have the meaning defined in Trans.info Regulations. Additionally, all matters not settled herein shall be subject to the provisions of Trans.info Regulations.
    • Detailed conditions of registration at Trans.info website are specified in Trans.info Regulations available at: www.trans.info/blog-regulations.
  • Requirements regarding the Blog’s owner
    • Only natural persons being the users of Trans.info may create and run a Blog on the platform rendered by the Administrator.
    • The Blog, referred to in section 1, after its creation, shall be assigned to an individually identified User.
    • One User may use one Blog.
    • Creating a blog is equivalent to the acceptance of these Regulations.
    • After completion of, among others, the activity, referred to in the section above, a Blog shall be created, on which the User shall be able to post the following data:
      • image (in the form of e.g. a photograph);
      • company’s name;
      • position;
      • as well as other data voluntarily provided by the User.
    • Upon starting the Blog, the User represents that:
      • he/she has read these Regulations and accepts their provisions in their entirety;
      • grants consent to the processing of his/her personal data under terms specified in Article 6 section 1(b) and (f) of the Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, repealing the Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation) (Official Journal L 119, p. 1) – hereinafter referred to as the “GDPR“.
      • grants the Administrator the right to quote works posted on the Blog in accordance with Article 29 of the Act of 4 February 1994 on copyright and related rights (Journal of Laws 2017.880) to the extent justified by the purposes of the quote, such as explanation, polemic, critical or scientific analysis, or by the rights governing a particular kind of creative activity. The aforesaid consent shall also include the right to quote the User’s works by the Administrator for marketing purposes.
      • the User grants the Administrator permission to use the User’s Blogs for commercial purposes by adding advertisements and freely disposing, in terms of contents, of the areas intended for commercial use on the sites where Users run their blogs.
      • he/she transfers, free of charge, to the Administrator, a non-exclusive and unlimited, in time and territory, right to allow for the exercise of derivative copyrights to works made available on the Blog in all the fields of exploitation defined in Article 50 of the Act on copyright and related rights, and in particular:
        • permanent or temporary reproduction, in whole or in part, by any means and in any form, including entry, display, application, transmission and storage;
        • modification, i.e. translation, adaptation or making any other amendments;
        • dissemination, including letting for use or rental.
  • Terms of use
    • Each Blog shall be automatically assigned to the User who has created it.
    • In order to be redirected to the Blog of the selected User, it is necessary to:
      • click directly on his/her name and surname (e.g. contained in the User’s comment);
      • go to “PEOPLE“ tab and then search for the selected User;
    • It is prohibited to share contents that would in any way violate any applicable laws, good manners, religious feelings and third-party interests protected by the law.
    • It is prohibited to publish unauthorised commercial messages, including advertising and promotional contents as well as any content not related to the intended purpose of the Blog and aimed at promoting the User or its activities (e.g. spam) on the Blog.
    • Any content that violates these Regulations, Trans.info Regulations and commonly applicable provisions of law shall be blocked by the Administrator.
    • The Administrator may block the Blog in the event of any violation of the Regulations or upon the request of the User. This shall result in forfeiting access to the Blog by the User (including the lack of possibility to log in). Any Blog, which has been blocked, shall not be displayed to other Users.
    • In the event of a repeated violation, referred to in the section above, the Administrator may also block the User’s account at Trans.info website.
    • Users can submit complaints regarding the service operation via e-mail to: redakcja@trans.info
    • Complaints shall be handled within 14 working days from the date of receipt of the e-mail message, referred to in the section above.
    • The Administrator shall notify the User of its decision on the subject matter of the complaint via e-mail or phone (if it is possible to establish the User’s contact details).
    • The Administrator’s decision on the subject matter of the complaint shall be binding and final.
  • Liability
    • The User shall bear sole liability for the content posted on the Blog.
    • If the User uses any works, to which the proprietary copyrights belong to third parties, including such that are available to the public, the transfer of the copyrights, referred to in § 2 section 5 item c) shall be made with the limitations imposed by the licenses granted to the User, i.e. by granting the Administrator an appropriate license, which shall not entitle the User to any remuneration.
    • Should any third party make any claim against the Administrator for infringement of that person’s rights as a result of using the content of the User’s Blog by the Administrator in accordance with the terms described herein, the User shall promptly and at his/her own cost defend the Administrator against such claims (e.g. by joining, as an intervening party, the legal action brought by such a third person), and shall cover any and all damage, costs and expenses incurred by the Administrator as a result of any such claim, in particular legal expenses and amounts of damages, and costs adjudged by a court of competent jurisdiction or resulting from the content of the settlement.
    • The User shall be responsible for the registration of the Blog as a journal or magazine in accordance with the provisions of the Act of 26 January 1984 – Press Law (Journal of laws No. 5 item 24 as amended).
    • The User shall be liable for the truthfulness and validity of the data posted on the Blog.
    • The Administrator shall bear no liability for the consequences of the provision of access to the Blog to third parties by the User. Only the User has the right to post new content on his/her Blog.
    • The Administrator excludes its liability as follows
      • for the content and form of materials, works posted by the User on the Blog, violating the law or third-party interests protected by the law,
      • for the content and form of materials, works posted by the User on the Blog, violating the law or third-party interests protected by the law,
      • any damage caused by third parties, to whom the Users, in breach of these Regulations, have granted access to their Blogs for editing,
      • unavailability of the Blog due to reasons beyond the Administrator’s control, including force majeure or incorrect operation of the Internet.
      • interruptions in the availability of the Blog, including those preventing normal use of the Website due to the necessity to eliminate failures, conduct hardware and software tests or required maintenance,
      • any damage suffered by the Users due to incorrect recording or reading of information.
  • Personal Data
    • The information contained in this section implements the obligation to provide information resulting from Article 13 sections 1-2 of the Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, repealing the Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation) (Official Journal L 119, p. 1) – hereinafter: the GDPR.
    • Trans.eu Group S.A. with its seat in Wysoka, at ul. Chabrowa 4, 52-200 Wrocław, Poland, entered into the Registry of Entrepreneurs of the National Court Register kept by the District Court for Wrocław – Fabryczna in Wrocław, VI Commercial Division, under the following number: 0000720763, NIP: 8942764658, is the Administrator of the personal data collected as part of the Blog (ordinary data).
    • The Administrator, out of concern for the security of the User’s data, has appointed the Information Security Administrator and created an electronic contact channel at: abi@trans.eu.
    • Personal data shall be processed in order to allow for the performance of the agreement on running a Blog and for compliance with the legal obligation of the Administrator, that is to allow the User to use the Blog (legal basis: Article 6 section 1(b) and (c) of the GDPR)
    • The User shall have the right to:
      • object against data processing;
      • access his/her data and to receive their copies;
      • rectify (correct) his/her data;
      • delete data and/or limit data processing;
      • object to data processing;
      • transfer data;
      • lodge a complaint to the relevant supervisory authority.
    • The implementation of the right, referred to in section 5(a) may result in the removal of the User’s Blog, or further processing of the User’s data on the basis of legitimate grounds of the Administrator overriding the interests, rights and freedoms of the User or necessary for the establishment, exercise or defence of any claims.
    • Data processed for the purposes of direct product and service marketing may be processed by the Administrator until an objection against their processing for that purpose is raised or until the Administrator determines that such data are out-dated.
    • The User’s personal data shall be stored for the Blog’s lifetime at Trans.info website and for the period of 3 years from the Blog’s removal for archival purposes and for the establishment, exercise or defence of any claims realizing the legitimate interest pursued by the Administrator.
    • The User’s personal data may be disclosed to the entities within the Capital Group of the Administrator, identified on www.trans.eu website or to partners, i.e. companies that we cooperate with, combining products or services. Data posted on the Blog may also be accessed by the Administrator’s subcontractors (processing entities), e.g. entities providing software development services.
    • The Administrator does not make any automated decisions on the basis of personal data that could have legal consequences for the User.
    • Data provided via the Blog shall not be used by the Administrator for the purpose of profiling e.g. the User’s behaviours or interests.
    • The provision of personal data, referred to in this section, is voluntary yet necessary to start the Blog and use its functionalities.
  • Final provisions
    • The Administrator reserves the right to amend these Regulations at any time without any reason, simultaneously communicating such amendments to the Users in the manner applicable to communicating the Regulations.
    • All matters not settled herein shall be subject to the relevant provisions of the Polish law.
    • These Regulations are available on Trans.info profile at: www.trans.info/blog-regulations.