1. Foreword

1.1. This privacy policy (the “Policy”) in the Vital Center Dent Limited Liability Company (headquarters: 1036 Budapest, Lajos utca 63 / F.) were maintained throughout (hereinafter referred to as the “Service”) activity data and data protection standards for which it has led and managed records. It includes the regulation of – in particular – data management, data processing, data protection requirements on transmission of data.

1.2. The policy is intended to be in compliance with current legislation, setting the main rules of data processing performed by the Service Provider, determining the order of responsibility necessary to ensure the legitimate operation of the Service Provider. Service Provider registers and ensures data protection following the constitutional principles, and prevents the data from unauthorized access, alteration and unauthorized disclosure.

1.3 The Service Provider reserves the right to change this Policy.

2. Extent of the Regulations
2.1. Geographical extent: All areas of services offered by Service Provider’s web pages (hereinafter referred to as the “Sites”).

2.2. Period of application, validity: from the date of issue until withdrawn.

2.3. Personal extent: Applies to all – registered according to the Privacy Policy part 4.1 – natural persons, legal persons and entities without legal personality (hereinafter referred to as “Customer” or “Customers”)
2.4. Material extent: The extent of the Privacy Policy covers for management of the Service Provider Customer data registers for the entire data management process.

3. Major legislation considered when compiling the Privacy Policy

3.1. LXIII of 1992 on the protection of the public interest and the disclosure of personal data. (the “Privacy Act”);

3.2. 1995 CXIX of name and address data for the purpose of research and direct marketing management. law;
3.3. CVIII 2001 on certain aspects of electronic commerce services and information society services. law.

4. Definitions

4.1 Personal Data: any natural person associated with specified data, and the conclusions concerning him deriving from this data. The personal data will retain that status during the data processing, as long as the data integrity can be restored. In particular, a person is considered to be identifiable if he – can be identified by name, identification number or to one or more factors specific to his physical, physiological, mental, economic, cultural or social identity – directly or indirectly.

4.2 Specific Data: racial origin, national and ethnic minorities, political opinion or party affiliation, religious or philosophical beliefs, the advocacy organization membership, health, addictions, data on the sexual life and the criminal personal data.

4.3 File means the totality of the system of managed data services.

4.4 Data processing: technical tasks related to data processing operations, methods or means, and irrespective of the point of application used to perform the operation.

4.5 Data processing means any natural or legal person or entity without legal personality who or which behalf of the controller – including on the basis of the provisions of the legislation also mandated – is processing personal data.

4.6 Data Manager: the natural or legal person or legal entity without a body who or which defines the purpose of the processing of the data, decisions on data management (including instruments used in) making and implementing, or a contracted data processor to implement. The sites – recorded by the Clients section 04.10 Consent pursuant to – the information given in respect of the Service as a controller, given that the data from the provider of their hosted server stores.

4.7 Data management: Regardless of the method used performed on data of any operation or set of operations, such as collection, recording, organization, storage, alteration, use, transfer, disclosure, coordination, combination, blocking, erasure or destruction, as well as the to prevent further use of the data.

4.8 Data deletion: making data unrecognizable in such a way that the restoration is no longer possible.

4.9 Incorrect Data: incorrect, inaccurate or untimely data.

10.4 Consent: a prospective client’s request is voluntary and firm expression, which is based on appropriate information and with which the Customer agrees to the treatment of personal data concerning them (hereinafter referred to as the “Registration”).

11.4 Protest: Customer statement which criticizes the handling of personal data and the elimination of data management, and managed data deletion requests.

5. Data management, Data Manager, and the rules on data processing

5.1. Data Management

5.1.1 Data management rules for containing the Data Protection Act and related legislation.

5.1.2 compliance with data protection rules is the responsibility of the Data Manager.

5.1.3 The Controller of Personal Data is handled under a mandate laid down in the Data Protection Act § 3 (1). The scope managed by the Personal Data Provider:

(1) Name and surname

(2) Company (optional)

(3) shipping address

(4) Billing Address

(5) E-mail address

(6) Phone

5.1.4 The Data Management is designed to provide services according to the subscriber contracts customers’ requests, and that our customers receive current news, offers (the “Newsletter”) electronically, by mail and telephone requests by the (‘direct marketing’ ), as well as the customers’ needs, public opinion research, development and promotion of the Service.

5.1.5 The Service Data In dealing with employees contributing the data accessed by them in respect of the confidentiality obligation.

5.2. Data processing

Rights related to the use of data 5.2.1 The data processor’s rights are determined by the Data Protection Act.

Instructions for 5.2.2 Data Management Data Manager responsible for the legality of operations.

5.2.3 The Provider reserves the right to hire a Data Processor in order to execute the decisions regarding the data protection policy.

6. Data storage

6.1 The Service Provider keeps the managed data accessible and protected against unauthorized access.

6.2 The Service utilizes technical, organizational and structural measures to defend the security of data management that provides adequate level of protection for applicants regarding data management risks.

7. Use of the data

7.1 The assignment of data

7.1.1 Personal data shall be processed only for a specified purpose such as the exercise of rights and obligation. At each stage of the data processing it must meet this goal. The Service intends to use customer data for the purposes listed in section 5.1.4.

7.1.2 Only such personal data can be used which is essential for the purpose specified in section 5.1.4 Data management achievement and appropriate to achieving the objective.

8. Transmission

8.1 Personal Data can be forwarded to a third person or entity, when data is transmitted with the client’s consent, and if the terms of the Privacy Policy of the recipient organization or person met each data.

9. Deletion or correction of data

9.1 The registration or the managed data should be erased if

(1) Customer’s requests;

(2) Service Provider does not want to keep the relationship with the Client;

(3) Data management objective is gone. 9.2 Personal Data Correction, clarification of the Customer may request the correction or deletion. If this should the case, the Client shall be notified by e-mail.

10. Liability rules

10.1 Illegal Data Management

10.1.1 The Privacy Commissioner will monitor protection of personal data, in terms of access to information in the public interest and the public disclosure of data were enforced.

10.1.2 In case the Data Protection Commissioner in the detection of illegal Privacy Data Manager calls for the elimination of Privacy. The Controller shall immediately take the necessary measures and inform the Data Protection Commissioner in writing within 30 days.

Anyone 10.1.3 of the Data Protection Commissioner may, if it considers that the management of Personal Data, as well as information of public interest or public interest legal violations in connection with the exercise of her rights of public understanding of the data, or a direct threat exists.

10.2 Penalties

Act IV of 1978 on 10.2.1 of the Criminal Code. Law 177 / A. §-a determined and penalize unauthorized Privacy and the most serious cases of abuse of sensitive data.

10.2.2 The dangerousness to society in terms of less privacy violations and penalties for certain offenses on the 218/1999. (XII.28.) Government is determined by regulation.

11. Liability Exclusion

11.1 The content of the pages of the Service Provider can at any time expand, change and may be updated. The Service Provider shall make every effort to provide accurate and current information, however, is not responsible for the accuracy of the contents of this Website and the actuality, and is not liable for any errors, omissions and possible obsolescence. The validity of the data and information is to be reviewed for individual cases.

11.2 The Service Provider shall not be liable for the content available on other websites accessible from Service Provider’s website, and is not responsible for the content of other web pages leading to his site. Furthermore, it is not to be held liable for the damage of computers and other devices arising during the connection, using the site caused by viruses, or for other reasons the damage occurred.