Personal Data Protection
Terms and Conditions of Personal Data Processing through the LukasPinter (www.lukaspinter.com).
If you are our customer, our newsletter receiver or our website visitor, you provide us with your personal data. We are responsible for their protection and security. Please meet our Personal Data Protection, principles and rights that you have in relation to the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation applicable since 25/05/2018).
The company LukasPinter
(hereinafter referred to as the “Operator”) processes the personal data provided by you in accordance with the provisions of Act 122/2013 Coll. on Personal Data Protection as amended by Act 84/2014 Coll. as amended (hereinafter referred to as the “Act”). We run the lukaspinter.com website. We process your personal data as an administrator, i.e., we determine how they will be processed, for what purpose and for how long. Or we choose other processors who will help us with processing thereof.
We declare that as the administrator of your personal data we comply with all and any legal obligations required by the applicable legislation, in particular the Act on Personal Data Protection and GDPR, that means that:
- We will process your personal data solely on the grounds of an applicable legal reason, in particular a legitimate interest, contract execution, legal obligation or given consent.
- We will meet our information obligation yet before the beginning of personal data processing as per Article 13
- We will allow you and we will support you in the enforcement and exercising of your rights under the Act on Personal Data Protection and The Scope of Personal Data and the Purposes of Processing
We process personal data that you provide us with for the following reasons (in order to fulfil the following purpose):
- Provision of information, services, contract execution. We need your personal data to the following scope: e-mail and name for necessary communication or for the contract execution (e.g., to send product information).
- If you are our customer, we need your personal data (billing data) inevitably in order to meet the legal obligation for issuing and recording tax documents.
- Marketing – sending information e-mails. We can use your personal data (e-mail and name), gender, what you click on in e-mails and when you open them the most often, for the purpose of direct marketing – sending commercial communications. If you are our customer, we do it on the grounds of a legitimate interest since we believe that our news is interesting for
If you are not our customer, we send information e-mails solely on the basis of your consent to personal data processing and protection. In both cases you may withdraw the consent by using the “unregister” link contained in every e-mail.
We will keep your personal data for the limitation periods, unless a different period for the data preservation is provided by law or unless otherwise specified in specific cases.
Cookies for ad targeting will be processed only upon your consent.
Personal Data Securing and Protection
We protect personal data as much as possible using modern current state-of-the-art technology. We protect them as if they were our own. We have implemented and we maintain any possible (currently known) technical and organizational measures preventing from misuse, damage or destroying your personal data.
Providing Personal Data to Third Parties
Our employees or partners may access our personal data.
In order to provide particular processing operations which we are not able to provide ourselves we use the services and applications from the following processors:
In order to facilitate and improve the processing in the future we may decide to use other applications or processors. However, we promise that in such a case we will insist on at least the same security and quality of processing at the processors as we insist at us.
Provision of the Data outside the European Union
Any personal data processing will be performed in the EU territory.
Your Rights Related to Personal Data Protection
You have a lot of rights in connection with personal data protection. If you want to exercise any of them, please contact us by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
You have a right for information, which have already been being exercised by this information page containing the principles of personal data processing.
Thanks to the right for access you may ask us anytime what your personal data we are processing and why and we will provide you with the answer within 10 days.
If anything changes at you or if you consider your personal data outdated or incomplete, you have a right to complete and change the personal data.
You can exercise the right to limit the processing if you think that we are processing your inaccurate data or if you think that we are processing the data illegally and you do not want to delete them all or if you raise an objection against processing thereof.
You may limit the scope of personal data or the purpose of processing (e.g. by unregistering from the distribution list you limit the purpose of processing for sending commercial communications).
Right for transferability. If you want to take your personal data and transfer them to anyone else, we will proceed the same as when exercising the right for access – with the only difference that we will provide you with the information in a machine-readable form. In such a case we need at least 20 days for that.
Right for deletion. The right for deletion (for being forgotten) is another right. We do not want to forget you, however, if you wish so, you have a right for that. In such a case we will delete all your personal data from our system and from the systems of all other processors and back ups. We need 10 days to provide the right for deletion.
In certain cases we are bound by a legal obligation and we have to e.g. record the issued tax documents for a statutory period. In such a case we will thus delete all the personal data which are not bound by other laws. We will inform you on the completion of the deletion by e-mail.
Complaint to the Office for Personal Data Protection If you have a feeling that we fail to comply with the Act when processing your personal data, you have a right to complain to the Office for Personal Data Protection any time. We will be glad you you inform us on such a potential suspicion at first so that we could do something with it and we could correct a potential fault immediately.
Unregistration from the Newsletter and Commercial Communication Mailing List. We send you inspiring e-mails, articles, products or services if you are our customers on the grounds of our legitimate interest. If you have not been our customer yet, we send it to you on the grounds of your consent. In both cases you may cancel receiving of our e-mails by clicking on the “unregister” link in every sent e-mail.
We would like to assure you that the employees and partners processing your personal data are obliged to keep confidential any personal data and safety measures revealing of which might endanger security of your personal data. The confidentiality obligation survives the contract with us. You personal data will not be provided to any third party without your consent.