The Palánta Salátabár (hereinafter referred to as “Service Provider”) declares that the data obtained through its service is handled in accordance with current legislation, in particular with regard to the provisions of Act LXIII of 1992 on the protection of personal data and publicity of data of public interest.
The Service Provider further states that it respects the personal and confidential information of the visitors to the palantasaladbar.hu site and its registered users. All of the information and facts it acquires it handles confidentially, uses it solely for the operation, development and use of its own research and statistics.
The Service Provider does not disclose personal information to third parties except with the explicit consent of the person concerned. If the Requesting Authority requests Service Provider to provide data and publishes it, it is required to disclose personal information if all its conditions are met. The data management principles are in line with existing data protection legislation, in particular:
- LXIII of 1992 Act on the Protection of Personal Data and the Disclosure of Public Data (hereinafter referred to as “Privacy Act”);
- LXVI of 1992 Act on the registration of citizens’ personal data and address;
- in addition, in its application 146/1993. (X. 26.) Government Decree;
- XIX of 1998 Act on Criminal Proceedings (hereinafter referred to as “the Criminal Code”);
- CXIX of 1995 Act on the Treatment of Name and Address Data for Search and Direct Business Acquisitions (DM Act);
- CVIII of 2001 Act on Electronic Commerce Services and Information Society Services.
Personal data: any data that may be associated with any identified (identified or identifiable) natural person (concerned), a deduction from the data and relevant to the data subject. Personal data preserves this quality while handling it as long as its relationship can be restored with the affected person. A person may in particular be considered identifiable if he or she can be identified, directly or indirectly, by a name, identifier or one or more physical, physiological, mental, economic, cultural or social identity; Special data: a) racial origin, membership of a national and ethnic minority, political opinion or party affiliation, religious or other beliefs, membership of a stakeholder organization, b) health status, abnormal passion, sexual life data, As well as criminal personal data.
Contribution: voluntary and decisive expression of the wishes of the person concerned, based on appropriate information, and giving him an unmistakable consent to the handling of his or her personal data for a full or individual operation.
Protest: a statement of the person concerned that objects to the handling of his or her personal data and asks for the termination of data processing and the cancellation of the processed data. Prohibition List: List of names and addresses of those who did not contribute to using their personal information for one of the direct marketing purposes specified in this Act or forbidding them to continue handling them for that purpose.
Data Controller: a natural or legal person or an organization that does not have legal personality who or which determines the purpose of the processing of data, makes and executes decisions on data handling (including the equipment used) or executes it with a data processor entrusted to it.
Data management: regardless of the method used, any operation or set of operations, such as collecting, capturing, capturing, storing, storing, modifying, utilizing, transmitting, rendering, synchronizing, linking, blocking, deleting and destroying any of the data, Prevent further use. Data processing is also a recording of photographs, sound or images, as well as recording of physical features (such as finger or palm print, DNA pattern, iris image) that can identify the person.
Data transfer: when data is made available to a specific third party. Disclosure: if the data is made available to anyone. Data wiping: Making data unrecognizable so that recovery is no longer possible.
Data encryption: to make the transmission, recognition, disclosure, transformation, modification, destruction, deletion, interconnection or alignment and use of data permanently or for a specified period of time impossible.
Data wiping: Making data unrecognizable so that recovery is no longer possible. Data Destruction: Complete Physical Destruction of Data or Media containing it. Data Processing: Perform technical tasks related to data management operations, regardless of the method and device used to perform the operations and the location of the application.
“Data Processor” means a natural or legal person or an organization without legal personality who is processing personal data on behalf of the data controller; Third party: a natural or legal person or an organization with no legal personality, or who is not the same as the data subject, the data controller or the data processor.
Third country: Any country that is not a member of the European Economic Area. The purpose of this Communication is to ensure that your rights and fundamental freedoms, in particular your privacy, are respected in the process of processing your personal data (data protection) in all areas of our services, to all individuals regardless of their nationality or place of residence.
Personal data can be handled if:
- the person concerned agrees or
- it is ordered by law or by a decree of the local government based on the authorization of the law, within the scope specified therein.
A law may order the disclosure of personal data in the public interest, with the explicit indication of the scope of the data. In all other cases, disclosure shall be required by the consent of the person concerned, in case of special data, in writing. In case of doubt, it must be presumed that the party concerned has not given his consent. The consent of the person concerned shall be deemed to have been given in respect of the information which he or she has communicated for the purposes of the public disclosure. Personal data may only be handled for a specific purpose, in order to exercise the right and to fulfill the obligation. At all stages of the data management, it must meet this goal. Only personal data that is essential for achieving the purpose of data management can only be used to reach the goal only to the extent and time necessary to attain it.
Data forwarding: Data can be transmitted and different data management can be linked if the party concerned has consented to it or if the law allows and if the terms of the data are met for each personal data.
Data security: In the data controller and its activities, the data processor is obliged to ensure the security of the data, and also to carry out the technical and organizational measures and to develop the procedural rules necessary to enforce this law and other data and confidentiality rules. Data shall be protected, in particular, against unauthorized access, alteration, disclosure or deletion, or damage or destruction.
By subscribing to our site or subscribing to our newsletter, you have consented to use your personal information for the following purposes:
- contact with you,
- regular information through our newsletters,
- direct business acquisition,
- Market Research
- In the case of trainings, transfer of data to the designated university (for validating a credit point)
Please indicate which data management you do not agree to. If you do not indicate your protest, we will treat your account as follows:
- sending postal or telephone information material, information from the Data Handler
- Your name and address information will be handed over to third parties for direct business acquisition, market research, public opinion research and scientific research
- sending e-mails and other information information electronically to your mobile phone
- Your data is evaluated only by data processing by means of a computer tool
- transfer your personal data to countries other than the European Economic Area for data processing purposes
Other data management
- We will inform you that the court, the prosecutor and the investigating authority may contact the data administrator for information, communication, transfer or filing of documents.
- Provider to the authorities if the authority indicates the exact purpose and scope of the data – only to the extent and to the extent that the personal data is required to achieve the purpose of the request.
- Links to other websites.
- There may be links to other websites on the site.
If, despite your objection, you are subject to a violation of your personal data, you may seek the following remedies: You may be required to provide information about your personal data and to request the correction of your personal information.
At your request, we provide information about the data processed by us, or the processor we are responsible for, the purpose, legal basis, duration of the data processing, the data processor’s name, address (head office) and data management related activities and who and for whom and for what purpose The data.
We provide the information in writing and in a clear format within the shortest time, but not later than 30 days from the submission of the application. Your personal data will be deleted if your handling is unlawful if you request that the purpose of data processing be discontinued or the statutory deadline for storing the data expired is ordered by the court or the Data Protection Commissioner.
Correction and deletion will be notified to you and we will notify you of those who previously forwarded the data for data handling. Notification may be omitted if it does not prejudice the legitimate interest of the data concerned for the purpose of data handling. You may object to the handling of your personal data if: (a) the processing of personal data is only necessary to enforce the right or legitimate interest of the data controller or the data exporter, unless data management is prescribed by law; (B) the use or transmission of personal data is done for direct business acquisition, opinion polling or scientific research; C) the exercise of the right of protest is otherwise permitted by law.
The Service Provider, as a Data Controller, simultaneously suspends the processing of data, shall review the protest within the shortest possible time but not later than 15 days from the submission of the application and shall inform the applicant in writing thereof. If the protest is justified, we will discontinue data processing, including further data collection and transfer, and lock the data, and inform the protest or action taken on those who have previously been subject to the personal data involved in the protest and who Are obliged to take action in order to enforce the right to protest.
If you disagree with the decision you make, you can appeal to the court within 30 days of the date of its communication. Please note that we will not be able to delete your data if the data is processed by law. However, the data can not be transmitted to the data sender if the data controller agrees with the protest, and the court has found the right to protest. In the event of violation of your rights, you may file a claim against the controller. The court proceeds out of court.