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Privacy Policy


Protection of privacy and lawful processing of personal data are one of the main priorities for the Belarus of the Future Foundation (Fundacja Białoruś Przyszłości, hereinafter referred to as the Foundation). The Foundation takes appropriate measures to ensure the protection of the personal data of individuals with whom we work or whose data we otherwise use. In this Policy, we describe how we collect, use, store, and process personal data. The Policy also outlines the rights of individuals whose data is processed by the Foundation and the grounds on which these rights can be exercised. The data processing policy applies in all cases where the Foundation processes personal data. Please read this document carefully. The Foundation may make changes to this Policy due to changes in its activities, as well as the need to adapt its operations to the latest technological safety requirements and changes in legislation. The Foundation will provide reasonable notice of changes to this Policy.

The Foundation has developed the Policy taking into account the principles arising from the General Data Protection Regulation 679/2016 (hereinafter GDPR).

What rights do individuals have in connection with the processing of their personal data by the Foundation?

Individuals whose personal data is processed by the Foundation have the following rights in accordance with the provisions of the GDPR:

  • Every person has the right to receive information regarding the processing of their personal data (including information about the purpose for which their data is processed, what data is processed, by whom, to whom it is provided, etc.).

  • Each data subject has the right to lodge a complaint with the Foundation regarding the processing of their data and can file a complaint with the Office for Personal Data Protection, Stawki 2, Warsaw, (

  • Each data subject has the right to obtain a copy of the data processed by us.

  • Each data subject has the right to request the erasure of personal data (if they consider that the Foundation does not have the right to process this data) or to object to its processing.

  • Every data subject has the right to request restriction of the processing of personal data.

  • Every data subject has the right to request correction or clarification of personal data.

  • Each data subject has the right to request the transfer of their personal data to another controller.

  • Every data subject has the right not to be the subject of a decision based solely on automated processing of personal data.

To exercise your rights regarding personal data, please contact the Belarus of the Future Foundation directly. Any requests for access to data must be made in writing or by email. If there is any doubt about the identity of the person making the request, the Foundation may ask for additional identification information to complete the request.

The Foundation aims to respond to each request within 1 month. However, in more complex cases or when multiple requests are received simultaneously, the Foundation may extend the response period and will inform you accordingly.

Who is responsible for the processing of personal data?

In compliance with Article 13(1) of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council dated 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals regarding the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, repealing Directive 95/46/EC, we hereby provide you with the following information:

The administrator responsible for the processing of personal data is the Belarus of the Future Foundation, located at Mazowiecka str., 12, Warsaw (00-048), REGON: 387913350, NIP: 5213917050. You can contact them via email at

How does the Foundation collect and protect personal data?

The Foundation collects personal data, including email addresses, during the registration process on the website The email address is used for registration and each time you log in. Providing personal data is necessary to create an account on the forum. Failure to provide the required data will result in the inability to create an account.

The Foundation implements various technical, physical, electronic, and administrative measures to protect personal data from unauthorized access. Generally accepted standards are followed to ensure the security of personal information during transmission and storage. However, it is important to note that transmitting information over the Internet, including via email, is not entirely secure. While the Foundation strives to protect personal information, absolute security cannot be guaranteed. Upon receiving personal data, appropriate security procedures and policies are implemented to prevent unauthorized access.

Any personal data collected and processed under this policy is adequately protected until:

a) Consent is provided by you for the disclosure of the data;

b) The personal data is anonymized;

c) The information is disclosed in accordance with the law.

The purpose of the Foundation’s processing of personal data is to: provide users with access to services, information, and/or materials available on the website.

Personal data will be stored in a manner that allows the identification of the website user for no longer than necessary to achieve the purposes for which the personal data is collected and lawfully processed. Therefore, personal data will be stored for the duration necessary to provide the service.

Can the Foundation transfer your personal data to other organizations?

In general, the Foundation does not transfer personal data to other organizations. However, in certain situations, the transfer of personal data may be necessary or essential to achieve the processing purposes.

The organizations with which we may share your data include:

  • Companies providing IT services and server maintenance.

  • Companies providing telecommunications services.

Does the Foundation engage in profiling?

Personal data is not processed for automated decision-making or profiling purposes.

What is the form of consent?

The form of consent is expressed by clicking the "I agree" button in the appropriate fields, thereby indicating your consent to the provision, collection, processing, and storage of personal data. By providing your personal data under this Policy, you consent to their use for the purposes stated herein. You also acknowledge that your consent to the use of your personal data remains valid until revoked or destroyed.

Cookie Information

1. What are cookies.

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2. Types of cookies we use.

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3. Why we use cookies.

Cookies are used for statistical purposes. They store information about the visitor's geolocation, language preferences, and random session identifier data. The data collected helps us understand how visitors utilize the website, enabling us to enhance its structure and content. This collected information aids in generating statistics on the number of new and returning users and allows us to analyze the pages visited.

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