where we inform you, as a visitor to our website and as a user of our services, about our company’s data management and privacy policies.
1. Which principles do we follow in our data management?
- We treat the personal data in a legal and fair way and transparently for you.
- We collect personal data only for a specific, explicit and legitimate purpose and do not treat it in a way that is incompatible with the purposes.
- The personal data we collect and manage for the purpose of data management is appropriate and relevant and limited to the necessary.
- Our organization will take all reasonable steps to ensure that the data we manage is accurate and, if necessary, current personal data is deleted immediately and corrected.
- We store personal data in a form that can only be identified for the time required to achieve the purposes for which we treat your personal information.
- We ensure that appropriate technical and organizational measures adequately protect against unauthorized or unlawful handling, accidental loss, destruction or damage to personal data.
Your personal data will be by our company
- Inform you regarding how we handle, collect, record, organize, store and use your voluntary consent and only to the extent necessary and in all cases purposefully
- In some cases, the management of your data is going to be based on legal requirements and is mandatory. In that case, we are going to inform you.
- In some cases, our company or a third party has a legitimate interest in the management of your personal information. Like operation, development and security of our website.
2. Who are we?
- The headquarters of the company: 2317 Szigetcsép, Dunasor 073/72 hrsz.
- Our registered office: H-2317 Szigetcsép, Dózsa György út 0116/15 hrsz.
- Website of our company: www.capriovus.hu
- Our (mail) address: H-2317 Szigetcsép, Dunasor 073/72 hrsz.
- Our phone number: +36 24 513 660, +36 24 513 661
- Our e-mail address: email@example.com
- Our tax number: 10803804-2-13
Our company is not obliged to appoint a data protection officer in accordance with Article 37 of the DSGVO.
Name, address and contact details of our hosting provider: Euromarknet Kft., H-2724 Újlengyel, Petőfi Sándor utca 48., e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Data we manage:
– IP address
– Date of visit
– Details of the visited subpages.
– Ensuring the proper and high quality operation of the Website;
– review and improve the quality of our services,
– Identify malicious visitors who attack our site.
The legitimate interest of our company.
– Full name
– E-mail address
– telephone number
– Postal address
– other personal message
Responses to comments, complaints.
If you have further questions regarding data management, you can request more information via email@example.com or via our postal address. We will send you a response to your provided contact within 30 days.
3. What are cookies and how do we handle them?
Which cookies do we use?
Type: System cookies. – admission not necessary
Description: the “session cookie” of the web application firewall, which is against cross-referenced abuse prevention.
Aim: Warranty in the function of the website.
Validity: Browser session is ended.
4. What else do you need to know about data management connected with our website?
Your personal data will be provided volunteer by yourself to us if you keep contact with our organization. We therefore ask you to gradually monitor the genuineness, correctness and accuracy of your data as you are responsible for it. Incorrect, inaccurate or incomplete data can be an obstacle to our services. If you provide personal data that is not your own, we assume that you have the necessary authority. You can withdraw your consent the management of your data at any time for free by revoking your consent or requesting the blocking the data management of your personal data. The registration for the withdraw of consent will be made for technical reasons within 5 days. However, we would like to point out that certain data may be processed, after the withdrawal of consent, in order to comply with our legal obligation or to enforce our legitimate interests. If you use misleading personal information, or if any of our visitors commit a criminal offense or commit an attack to our company’s system, that visitor1s data will be erased or, where appropriate, kept for the duration of civil liability or criminal proceedings.
5. Other data management issues
We may only transmit your data within the limits stipulated by law and with our data processors by specifying contractual conditions. To prevent your personal data from being used for purposes that oppose with your consent. For more information, see section 2. Our company does not transmit data abroad. The court, the public prosecutor’s office and other authorities (e.g.: police, tax office, national data protection authority and freedom of information authority) may contact our company for information, or disclosures and access to documents.
In these cases, we must comply with our reporting obligations, but only to the extent necessary to achieve the purpose of the application. Employees involved in our company’s data management and / or data processing have the right, subject to confidentiality, to learn your personal data to some extent.
Your personal data will be protected by appropriate technical and other measures protected, and we will ensure the security, availability and protection of your data against unauthorized access, alteration, damage or disclosure and any other unauthorized use. As part of organizational measures, we control physical access in our buildings, train our employees on a continuous basis, and keep paper-based documents securely protected. We use encryption, password protection and anti-virus software as part of our technical measures. Please note, the data transmission over the Internet cannot be considered as completely secure data transmission.
Our company will do its utmost to make the processes as safe as possible, but we cannot take full responsibility for the transfer of data through our website. However, we strictly adhere to the information the company obtains to protect your information and prevent unauthorized access.
6. What are your rights and remedies?
You can use data management
– Request information
– request correction, modification or supplementation of your personal data managed by us
– protest against the management of data and the deletion and blocking of your data (except the obligatory data management)
– turn to the court and to file a complaint.
– file a complaint with the supervisory authority or initiate proceedings (https://naih.hu/panaszuegyintezes- rendje.html).
Supervisory Authority: National Agency for Data Protection and Freedom of Information
– Headquarters: H-1125 Budapest, Szilágyi Erzsébet fasor 22 / c.
– Postal address: H-1530 Budapest, Pf .: 5.
– Fax: +36 (1) 391-1410
– Telephone: +36 (1) 391-1400
– E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
– Homepage: https://naih.hu/
At your request, we will provide information about your data processed by us or our authorized data processor.
-about your data
– their source
– Purpose and legal basis of the data processing,
– its duration and, if this is not possible, the criteria for determining that period,
– Name, address and of our data processors, and their activities related to data management.
– the circumstances, effects and measures to data protection incidents, furthermore
– Legal basis and the files of the recipient whentransmitting your personal data.
We will provide you with information in the shortest possible time from the submission of your application within 30 days. The information is free, unless you have already submitted a request for information to the same data year in the current year. The costs that you have already paid, we refund to you in case of unlawful handling of the data or information request led to a correction. Information may only be denied in the cases provided by law, indicating the place of law, as well as information on the possibility of judicial remedy and referral to the Authority. Our Company will inform you of any correction, blocking, marking or deletion of personal data, and those to we have previously transmitted the data for data management, except when the non-notification does not violate your legitimate interest.
If your request for correction, blocking or cancellation is cannot be fulfilled by us, we provide you the reasons for our refusal in written or, with your consent, electronic via e-mail within 30 days of receipt of the request, and inform you of the possibility of judicial review and referral to the Authority. If you protest to the processing of your personal data, we will investigate the protest within the shortest possible time after the submission, within 30 days, and we will inform you written about our decision. If we have decided that your protest is well founded, data management, including further data collection and data transfer, will be terminated, data will be blocked and the protest and action taken on it will be notified to all those affected by the protest and we have previously forwarded the data and are obliged to take action to enforce the right of protest. We will refuse to execute the request if we prove that the data management is justified by compelling legitimate reasons that take precedence over your interests, rights and freedoms, or which are related to the submission, validation or protection of legal claims. If you do not agree with our decision, or if you fail to comply with the deadline, you may apply to the court within 30 days of the notification of the decision or the last day of the deadline. Judgment on data protection lawsuits is within the jurisdiction of the Tribunal. The lawsuit, can be initiated at the court of the place of residence or permanent stay. It is the choice of the person who is concerned.
7. What are the most important legal guidelines for our activities?
– the European Parliament on the processing of personal data of natural persons; Council (EU) 2016/679 (GDPR)
– Act CXII of 2011 on information self-determination and freedom of information;
– Act V. of 2013 on the Civil Code (Civil Code)
– Act CVIII. of 2001 on certain aspects of electronic commerce and information society services; – (Eker tv.)
– Act C of 2003 on electronic communications – (Ehtv)
– Act CLV.of 1997 on consumer protection (Fogyv TV)
– Act CLXV. of 2013 on complaints and notices of public interest. (FAs).
– Act XLVIII. of 2008 on the essential conditions and certain restrictions on commercial advertising; (Grtv.)
Szigetcsép, May 25, 2018