The protection of your data is priority for us, for Dombi Association – Fort he Elevation of the Women Through Tantric Art (address: 1142 Budapest, Szatmár u. 55., registration number: 01-02-0015896 , tax number: 18729520-1-42, email: info@dombitantricart).
To help you easily understand our data management, we’ve summarized this information for what kind of information and how we handle, and we provide you with information about your rights and possibilities related to the security of your data, as well as the tools we use for your safety.
Our Association takes all necessary measures to ensure the security of the personal data you provide, both during network communication and in the control and storage of data, we do not let them accessible to third parties, only in the extent mentioned below.
For the clarity of our data management, we present separately the different types of data-handling.
WHAT DATA ARE PROCESSED AND WHAT IT IS ABOUT?
On our website, you have the opportunity to send a message to us by mail, to ask questions or to contact us for any other purpose. To do this, we ask you to provide us your name to properly address the answer to you , and to be able to identify the recipient in your reply to any central email you may have, and of course we need your mailing address to send the reply. The legal basis for the processing of data is your consent in this case. The data will be processed until the consent is withdrawn, but no later than 1 year after the last exchange of letters. Then we will delete these above mentioned data from our contact list.
Sign up for newsletters:
By entering your name and email address, you can subscribe to our newsletter to inform you about our activities, ongoing programs, events and even sometimes other valuable programs that has similar topic and view as ours and we think that you could be interested in. The legal basis for the processing of data is your consent in this case. The data will be processed until the consent is withdrawn (unsubscribe). If you unsubscribe from this newsletter, we will delete your data from our newsletter database within at the latest 30 days.
Donation for the Association:
If you want to support our association, you have the opportunity to donate money to the association by cash or by transfer. Data provided in this regard will only be processed in accordance with accounting and other tax laws in order to comply with legal obligations. In this case, the legal basis for data handling and the storage of data are legal provisions.
WHO WOULD HAVE ACCESS TO YOUR DATA?
1. Who can check your data within our organization?
Within the organization only the management of the association and the employed in charged may have access to the personal data you provide.
2. Which data processors can check your data?
We will not make your data available to anyone else
3. Which data controller do we forward data to?
Our association does not forward your data to any other data controller.
We inform you that we have taken the technical and organizational measures, and have established and we operate the rules necessary to ensure the proper protection of your personal information.
The data stored in our system can be accessed by password authentication and the access to the data is linked to the authorization level.
To avoid accidental deletion of data, we perform backups.
YOUR RIGHTS OF DATA MANAGEMENT
1. Right to request information
Via the contact details given in part I. above you can contact us to ask for information about:
– what personal information,
– what legal basis,
– what kind of data management purpose,
– what source,
– how long do we handle and how
– to whom, when, on what legal basis, which personal data we have access to,
– to whom we forwarded your personal information.
Your application will be executed within a maximum of 30 days by sending a letter or e-mail to the contact you provide.
2. Right to correct your data
You can contact us through the contact details given in part I to modify your personal data (for example, you can change your email or mail address at any time). Your request will be completed by our association within 30 days and you will be informed about it by mail or email. If our association is not allowed to complete your request, we will notify you within the same deadline about the details by mail or email.
3. Right to erasure
You can contact us through the contact details given in part I to erasure your personal data.
If your request for erasure can be met in compliance with our legal obligations (eg, accounting rules do not require you to keep the data), our association will respond within 30 days and will notify you by email / email sent to you. If our association is unable to comply with your request, as it mandates mandatory data processing, we will notify you within the same deadline as to your objection by mail or email.
4. Right to restriction on processing
You may, through the contact details given in part I, ask for restriction on processing your personal data. Restriction will continue until the specific reason requires the data to be locked. You may, for example, request blocking your data if you believe that your require was unlawfully handled by our association, but due to the official procedure initiated by you, our association should not cancel your application. At that time, our association keeps your request – which is considered personal data – and then deletes the data. Your request will be completed by our association within 30 days and will be sent to you by mail or email.
5. Right to objection
You can, through the contact details given in point 1, write against data handling if your personal data will be transmitted and used by our association for direct business, public opinion or scientific research purposes. For example, you may object to our association without having your consent to use your personal data to send newsletters.
You may object to data handling even if you consider that that is necessary to fulfill solely our association’s legal interest or legal obligation, except the case of law delegated data management. For example, you may not object to the processing of your statutory data due to accounting law.
If you object to our data management activity, we will examine it and make a decision within a period of time as short as possible, but within a maximum of 15 days. If you do not agree with our decision, or no decision has been taken within the given time limit, you will be entitled to apply for a ruling to change our decision within 30 days from the date of its delivery or.
Please prove your credible during the exercise of your rights listed above.
YOUR LICENSE OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUR DATA MANAGEMENT
If you have filed a request for correction, restriction or erasure or objecting to the processing of data, however, we have not been able to apply for you, you are entitled to apply to a court or authority.
You can also initiate the National Privacy and Data Protection Authority in Hungary (NAIH) procedure if you experience a privacy breach. However, given that the NAIH also recommends that, if a problem arises, first contact the data controller to find a peaceful solution, so please ask us if you have any problems or claims and we will be happy to assist you.
You can contact NAIH by contacting the Authority by e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can search by mail at 1530 Budapest, Pf .: 5. You can find information on examining complaints related to the exercise of the rights of the person concerned by visiting the following link: https://www.naih.hu/panaszuegyintezes-rendje.html.
INFORMATION ABOUT THE COOKIES USED ON OUR WEBSITE
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