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wersja: 2.0    data: 25.04.2024

PL: https://sjsi.org/regulamin-serwisu-konferencyjnego/

CONFERENCE WEBSITE REGULATIONS
version 2.0

DEFINITIONS
All phrases indicated below that are found in the Conference Website Regulations have the following meanings:

TicketA document in written or electronic form, inserted by the Organiser and authorising participation in the Event, under the terms and conditions set out in the Event Rules.
ConsumerA person defined in the wording of Article 221 of the Civil Code, i.e. a natural person making a legal transaction with an entrepreneur, which is not directly related to the economic or professional activity of the aforementioned natural person.
OrganiserThe entity organising the Event, which is held under the Event Rules.
SJSI (PTB)Stowarzyszenie Jakości Systemów Informatycznych (Polish Testing Board) with its registered office in Warsaw (00-680) at ul.Poznańska 16, lok. 4, entered in the registerof associations, other social and professional organisations, foundations and public health care institutions, kept by the District Court for the Capital City of Warsaw in Warsaw, XII Economic Division of the National Court Register under the KRS number 0000175199, with the NIP number: 5272426649 and REGON number: 015596805.
Conference Website RegulationsThese Conference Website Regulations.
Conference RegulationsA document drawn up in electronic form by the Organiser of an Event regulating the rules of participation in the Event, the course of the Event and the rules of purchasing Tickets. The Conference Regulations form an integral part of the Contract.
RODO(EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council 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 and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation) (Official Journal of the EU. L No. 119, p. 1).
 
Website    Website administered by PTB and accessible at: https://konferencje.sjsi.org
User A natural person of full legal capacity who uses the Website on their own behalf or on behalf and for the account of any legal person or organisational unit that does not     having legal personality and to which the law confers legal capacity.
ContractThe contract entered into between the Organiser and the Participant as a result of the purchase of a Ticket, entitling the Participant to participate in the Event on the terms and conditions set out in the Conference Regulations. The exact content of the contract is defined by the type, category and the Regulations of the Event.
EventAny event organised by the Organiser, in particular such as an event, conference, training etc.

§ 1
GENERAL PROVISIONS

  1. These Conference Website Regulations set out the rules for the use of the Website and the purchase of Tickets through it.
  2. The sole purpose of this Website is to enable Users to conclude Contracts with Event Organisers. The User is obliged to familiarise himself/herself with the content of these Conference Website Regulations and the content of the Regulations for the provision of services by electronic means before using the Website. Starting to use the Website means that the User has familiarised himself/herself with the content of the above regulations and accepts their provisions.
  3. These Conference Website Regulations are not an integral part of the Contract, however, the conclusion of the Contract is conditional upon acceptance of (i) the Terms and Conditions for the provision of electronic services, (ii) these Conference Website Regulations, (iii) the Conference Regulations of the event for which the Ticket is purchased and (iv) the Privacy Policy, which is done when placing the order by ticking the appropriate box on the form.
  4. These Conference Website Regulations are available at https://sjsi.org/regulamin-serwisu-konferencyjnego/in such a way that they can be obtained, reproduced and recorded by printing or saving them to a medium at any time.
  5. The purchase of a Ticket leads to a contractual relationship between the Participant and the Organiser. The content of the contractual relationship is shaped by the type of Ticket purchased and the Conference Regulations. PTB does not remain a party to the Contract, except in cases where PTB is also the Event Organiser.

§ 2
PURCHASE OF TICKETS

  1. In order to purchase a Ticket, the User should go to the main page of the Website, select the Event for which the User wishes to purchase a Ticket and then choose the appropriate Ticket variant.
  2. Depending on the Ticket selected, the User may be required to make payment for the Ticket. Payment is not required when purchasing a Free Ticket or a Charity Ticket, save that in the case of these types of Tickets the Event Organiser may stipulate requirements for the award of such a Ticket e.g. making a donation to any charity or verification of the person ordering the Ticket.
  3. All information concerning the type of Tickets, price of purchase of Tickets and terms and conditions of awarding Free Tickets or Charity Tickets are each time specified by the Organiser in the Conference Regulations. In the case of Free Tickets or Charity Tickets, the Organiser may require a special „password” / code or attaching a proof of donation to a public benefit organisation.
  4. After selecting the appropriate Ticket, the order form should be completed by providing the necessary information, including personal data needed to conclude the Contract, and accepting the provisions of these Conference Website Regulations, the Rules and Regulations for the provision of electronic services, the Conference Regulations for the Event and the Privacy Policy. In order to complete the Ticket ordering process, click the „Order with obligation to pay” button (in the case of paid tickets) or the „Order” button (in the case of free tickets).
  5. By placing an Order, you are registering for the selected Event, but this does not constitute a Contract. The placing of an Order will be confirmed by PTB by way of an email sent to the email address indicated when the Order was sent. This email will also indicate any details of payment for the Ticket – if the Order included a paid Ticket.
  6. In order to finalise the order of a Paid Ticket, payment for the Ticket must be made. Payment for the Ticket should be made to the Organiser within the deadlines specified in the Conference Regulations, on the basis of a pro forma invoice delivered in a message sent by the Organiser. The moment the Organiser receives payment for the Ticket, the Contract is concluded.
  7. The order of a Free Ticket is finalised as a result of an order verification carried out by the Organiser, in order to confirm whether the order sent and the documents, codes / 'passwords’ etc. attached to it meet the conditions specified by the Organiser in the Event Regulations, for the purpose of obtaining a particular type of Ticket. When the Organiser confirms that these conditions are met, the Contract is concluded.
  8. Immediately after the conclusion of the Contract, within the timeframes specified in the Conference Regulations, the Organiser will confirm the fact that the Contract has been concluded and provide the Participant with a Ticket. In the case of a Ticket in electronic form, the Ticket will be sent to the e-mail address provided during registration or will be made available in a special space on the Internet. In the case of a Ticket in the form of a document, the Ticket will be sent by courier or registered mail.
  9. Persons who have placed an order but have not paid for their Ticket on time (in the case of paid Tickets) or who have not complied with the conditions of obtaining a Free Ticket or Charity Ticket will be automatically removed from the Event registration process, which will be equivalent to deletion of their order and permanent deletion of their personal data.

§ 3
COMPLAINTS PROCEDURE

  1. Any complaints regarding the operation of the Website and the provision of the Website should be reported to the following email address: kontakt@sjsi.org or by post to PTB registered address .
  2. The complaint should include at least:
    a) the subject matter and scope of the complaint and the grounds for the complaint,
    b) User identification – your personal data enabling PTB to identify you.
    In the event that the lodged complaint does not contain the above information, PTB shall be entitled to request the person lodging the complaint to supplement it. If the lodged complaint does not contain data enabling contact with the person making the complaint PTB will be entitled to leave the complaint unprocessed.
  3. PTB will consider the complaint within 14 days of receipt.
  4. The person who has lodged the complaint will be informed how the complaint will be dealt with. The response to the complaint will be in the form of an e-mail – if the complaint was submitted in this way, or in writing if the complaint was submitted in writing. PTB position contained in the response to the complaint is the final position.
  5. Leaving a complaint unprocessed or failing to acknowledge it shall not affect the User’s right to assert their rights and claims through legal proceedings.

§ 4
WITHDRAWAL FROM THE CONTRACT

  1. The Participant is entitled to withdraw from the Contract concluded with the Organiser without any costs and without giving any reasons within 14 days from the conclusion of the Contract.
  2. The declaration of withdrawal from the Contract may be made in the form of an e-mail message and be sent to the Organiser’s e-mail address indicated in the Conference Regulations. If the declaration of withdrawal from the Contract is made in writing, it is sufficient to send this declaration by registered mail to the Organiser’s address. In the event of withdrawal from the Contract in compliance with the aforementioned deadline, the Contract shall be deemed not to have been concluded.
  3. A model declaration of withdrawal from the Contract is attached as Appendix 1 to these Conference Website Regulations, but the Participant is not obliged to use this model.
  4. In the event of withdrawal from the Contract by the abovementioned deadline, the Contract shall be deemed not concluded. Therefore, the Organiser shall refund to the Participant the price of the Ticket paid by their immediately, but no later than within 14 days of receiving the statement of withdrawal from the Contract.
  5. In the event of cancellation of the Contract, the Ticket issued to the Participant will lose its validity.
  6. In the event that the time remaining from the conclusion of the Contract until the commencement of the Event is less than 14 days, the Participant wishing to participate in the Event shall be obliged to submit a statement to the Organiser containing a clear request for the commencement of the service before the expiry of the deadline for withdrawal from the Contract.
  7. In the event that the time remaining from the conclusion of the Contract until the commencement of the Event is less than 14 days, the Participant shall be entitled to withdraw from the Contract until the end of the Participant’s participation in the Event. The termination of the Participant’s participation in the Event is tantamount to the Organiser’s performance, with the Participant’s express consent, which consequently results in the Participant losing the right to withdraw from the Contract as a result of the Organiser’s performance.
  8. The Participant shall not be entitled to withdraw from the Contract if the Organiser has performed the service (provision of participation in the Event) in full with the express consent of the Participant, who has been informed prior to the commencement of the performance that their will lose the right to withdraw from the Contract after the Organiser’s performance.
  9. In the case of the purchase of a Charity Ticket, which depends, for example, on the Participant making a donation to any public benefit organisation, withdrawal from the Contract will not generate an obligation for the Organiser to return the amount of the donation made by the Participant. It should be clarified that making a donation to a third party is voluntary and the Organiser is not a party to the donation agreement entered into by the Participant who is the donor and the donated entity.
  10. The rights set out in this paragraph shall apply exclusively to consumers and natural persons concluding a contract directly related to their business activity, for whom the contract concluded is not of a professional nature, arising in particular from the subject of their business activity, made available on the basis of the provisions on the Central Register and Information on Business Activity.

§ 5
FINAL PROVISIONS

  1. The content of the Conference Website Regulations is effective as of 25April 2024.
  2. These Conference Website Regulations shall be governed by the laws of Poland.
  3. PTB reserves the right to change these Conference Website Regulations, in particular if it is necessary for the proper and lawful provision of services. PTB is entitled to make changes to these Conference Website Regulations also in the event of changes to the laws applicable in the Republic of Poland, to the extent to which the change of the laws will affect the scope of services provided or the content of the provisions of the Conference Website Regulation, in particular imposing on the Website Provider the need to introduce changes to these Conference Website Regulations. These Conference Website Regulations may also be amended due to the need to introduce new functionalities or rights to the Site.
  4. In the event of a change to the Conference Website Regulations, PTB will immediately inform Users of the content of the changes to the Conference Website Regulations and the date of their introduction, so that each User has the opportunity to familiarise themselves with the new provisions of the Conference Website Regulations.
  5. Any disputes arising between the User and PTB shall be settled by a court of competent jurisdiction in accordance with the Code of Civil Procedure.
  6. Users’ personal data is processed by PTB in accordance with generally applicable legislation, including the provisions of the RODO and the provisions of the Data Protection Act of 10 May 2018. Detailed information on the processing of personal data is contained in the Privacy Policy.
  7. PTB does not apply the Code of Good Practice referred to in Article 2(5) of the Act of 23 August 2007 on counteracting unfair market practices.
  8. On the website https://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr, users of the Service can access a platform for the resolution of consumer disputes.
  9. All annexes to the Rules of Procedure shall form an integral part thereof.