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RODO for the accommodation industry - how to protect online and offline data? [IdoBooking webinar video]

Are you sure you are storing and securing your visitors' data correctly? Do you know how to structure marketing consents, terms and conditions and privacy policies to comply with the law? Are you aware of the consequences that can be faced by accommodation establishments that do not comply with the principles outlined in the RODO? If you do not feel 100 per cent confident in these topics, watch the recording of our webinar, in which expert Rafal Malujda dispelled all your doubts in simple terms.

RODO for the accommodation industry

When RODO was introduced in May 2018, the topic was on everyone's lips. Businesses were hurriedly making changes to their websites, still unsure whether what they were doing was sufficient. It has been four years since then, and thanks to recent rulings by supervisory authorities, the practicalities of applying RODO are becoming clearer. Therefore, right now is the perfect time to revisit the extremely important topic of data protection from the perspective of the accommodation industry.


  • reminder of the basic principles of the RODO and other related areas related to privacy (cookies and marketing)
  • discussion of selected data protection issues that continue to raise questions of interpretation
  • specifics of RODO for accommodation establishments. Integration with partners, online and offline customer service
  • practical experiences and control trends of the President of the Data Protection Authority and FAQs of landlords.

The webinar will be hosted by Rafał Malujda - legal counsel and patent attorney at the IAI Group. He specialises in intellectual property law and the law of new technologies, including RODO. A special role in his practice is played by servicing projects in the area of FinTech, software licensing (including open source) and drafting contracts in projects implemented in agile methodologies. He holds a postgraduate degree in international commercial law and business management from Rostock (Germany) and an English law course from Cambridge University.

Webinar in Polish.

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