This Policy summarizes the purpose and legal basis of the data processing conducted by UHU Systems Kft., and the rights natural persons have as Data subjects. Our objective is to provide an accurate view on why and how we process personal data of those who contact our company via our website or other channels.
This Policy is created based on the following laws and recommendations:
Personal data can be any data or information based on which a natural person can be directly or indirectly identified. This includes the Data subject’s name, email address, phone number and address.
Data processing means all the actions performed on personal data. This includes collecting, capturing, organizing, storing, using, querying, forwarding, disclosing, restricting, deleting or destructing personal data.
The Data Controller is responsible for specifying the purpose and means of data processing. The controller of your data is UHU Systems Kft. (Registered seat/address: H-1119 Budapest, Mohai u. 38.; VAT number: 14242036-2-43; Business registration number: 01-09-895207, Registering court: Company Registry Court of Budapest – Capital Regional Court).
Those who share their personal data with our company via our website or anywhere else, or those whose data are processed by our company otherwise. Such as you, who is reading this Policy.
Typically, we are collecting and processing the following personal data:
In addition to the above, we utilize cookies on our website for collecting personal data.
Cookies are data packages sent from our webserver to your computer when you visit our website, and stored there for a specific amount of time – depending on their type.
Cookies do not pose any security risk to your computer, and do not cause malfunctions.
To ensure undisturbed use of our website, some cookies (the so-called session cookies) are automatically deployed on your computer when you visit our website. The purpose of such cookies are to guarantee the safety of our website, retain data saved on our online forms, display multimedia contents and load-balance our website. Personal data (especially the IP address of your computer) collected by these cookies are processed based on our legitimate interests regarding the safe and uninterrupted operation of our website, and processed only for the duration of your visiting our website. Closing the browser automatically deletes these cookies from your computer.
Based on your consent given on our website, the following cookies may be deployed on your computer:
Upon revisiting our website you may withdraw your consent at any time without costs and restrictions using the popup window displayed when our website is loading.
You can manage cookies in browser settings as well.
Typically, we ask for your personal data when:
The purpose of our data processing – depending of the level of your consent – is to fulfil your request.
In short: your explicit and voluntary consent based on complete information provided by us (except for our legitimate interests explicitly highlighted in this Policy). You may withdraw your consent at any time by e-mail, per post, or in person in our office at the address below. Obviously, the withdrawal of consent does not affect the lawfulness of data processing before the withdrawal.
In special cases, we might require your personal data for exercise or defence of our possible legal claims, and based on that legitimate interests, we keep processing your personal data until the binding settlement of the litigation.
We keep processing the personal data you provided until:
a) You ask for the deletion of the data (you withdraw your consent)
b) In case of ad hoc data controlling until the purpose of data controlling ceases. Such occasion is request for special / tailored information or offer. The purpose of data controlling ceases when we fulfilled your request.
IP addresses obtained automatically by cookies are kept in the system for 30 days.
All personal data are stored on our own servers secured by trusted protection. All our servers are located inside European Union territory, and the data stored on the servers – with the exception noted in the Policy – are not accessible from third countries.
Request for information (right of access): You may request for information about the processing of your personal data at any time – in person with our Data Protection Officer at the address below, in writing by sending a registered letter to our address, or by sending an email to email@example.com email address.
The requested information may regard the processed data, the sources of the data, the purpose, legal basis and duration of the data processing, the name and address of possible Data Processors, and the activities and your rights regarding the data processing. In the event of data transmission, it may regard the recipients and the purpose of the transmission.
We consider your request for information authentic, if you can be clearly identified based on your request. Should you request for information by email or mail, only requests received from your email address on file are considered valid, and we can send information by mail only to your postal address on file. Unless you voluntarily verify your identity in a different way, we cannot send information to email or postal addresses not on file – in order to ensure the security of your data.
Rectification: You may ask for rectification, modification or completion of your data at any time, in the same manners described in "Request for information" section. These requests can only be fulfilled based on requests from authenticate sources described in the "Request for information" section.
Restriction: You may ask us to restrict our processing of your personal data, especially if:
a) You contest the accuracy of the personal data. In this event, restriction applies for the duration of our validating the accuracy of the data.
b) Our legal basis of data processing ceased to exist, but you request for the limited retention of the data in writing for possible establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.
Objection: If we process your data in our legitimate interest in accordance to this Policy, you may object to our processing your personal data at any time. In that case, we review the lawfulness of your objection, and if we decide your objection to be reasoned, we cease to process your data, furthermore, we notify everyone about the objection and the measures taken on the basis of the objection to whom the data affected by the objection may have been transferred.
Deletion: You may ask us to delete your personal data at any time.
We may refuse the deletion, if our processing of personal data is stated by a law, or if the data is required for exercise of our legal claims. You will be notified about the refusal of the request for deletion in any event.
The data cannot be recovered after the deletion.
Disclosing personal data (data portability): You may ask us at any time to provide you with your personal data in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format, or to transmit those data to another controller.
We handle your data confidentially, and do not disclose them to third parties.
Upon the request of the authorities, we are obliged to provide the personal data we are processing to the acting authority. Our company cannot be held responsible in case of such data transmissions and its consequences. You will always be notified about such data transmissions.
When you provide us with your personal data, you assume responsibility for the data being true and originated from you.
Please, provide data of a third party only if you have been explicitly authorized to do that by the third party. Our company does not take responsibility for possible resulting claims.
You can contact us with your questions by e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org on the phone number +36 1 327 4080 or personally in our office at Mohai Str. 38., Budapest 1119, Hungary.
In the event of violation of your rights, you may lodge a complaint with the Hungarian National Authority for Data Protection and Freedom of Information: