Personal Data Protection Policy
Business/Corporation: VACS FACTORY s.r.o.
Address: Trstěnická 932, Litomyšl-Město, 570 01 Litomyšl, Czech Republic
Company ID No.: 03729435
Registered in the Commercial Register: CR Case No. C 34648 at the Hradec Králové Regional Court
Electronic mail address: email@example.com
General Principles for Processing Personal Data
This document is meant to provide you with information about your rights concerning the processing of your personal data and its protection. This document will be updated regularly.
We will process the personal data that you have provided us transparently, properly, and in accordance with legal regulations, primarily the GDPR and the Data Protection Act.
We process the personal data of children (i.e., individuals younger than 15 years) only if the child has first discussed this with their parent or other representative. As a parent or other representative of the child, you bear the responsibility for making sure that the data provided about the child is not contrary to their interests and that you inform the child about our processing of their personal information and about their rights in a comprehensible way.
We guarantee that we have safeguarded our processing of personal data using standard procedures and technology. In conjunction with processing personal data, we regularly check for possible weak areas, evaluate incidents, and utilize such safety measures as can be reasonably required to prevent unauthorized access to the processed data. We regularly update these safety measures.
The Personal Data Processed
We process the following categories (scope) of personal data, for the given purpose and on the basis of the listed reasons (legality):
|Personal Data Category||Purpose||Legality||Processing Period|
The client’s identifying data
(first and last names, address,
Company ID, VAT ID, and other data if necessary)
||For the contract period plus three years|
|The client’s contact information
||For the contract period plus three years|
|The client’s email||
||5 years or until the client withdraws consent|
|IP addresses, our cookies
||For the contract period plus three years|
|Cookies for advertising and statistical purposes
(Anonymous data for: Google Analytics, Google Adwords, Sklik, Facebook)
(IP addresses, website requirements, browser data)
Who can use the data
We have adopted strict rules that establish which employees and departments are allowed access to your personal data and which personal data they are allowed to process. On principle, we do not provide third parties with your personal data except when we have your consent, it is necessary for providing services (domain registration, registration of certificates, etc.), the third party is storing it for us, legal regulations give us the right to do so, or in the event of our legitimate interest (for example, in the case of suppliers or requests by bodies participating in criminal proceedings, processing and evaluating traffic, etc.).
As part of data processing about website traffic and evaluating our business activities, we use files called cookies and the systems operated by the following third parties for processing collected data. However, your data are anonymous and their transfer concerns only data determined by the given systems’ tracking cookies. Nevertheless, certain providers may be located in third countries.
- Statistics and analytics (Google Analytics)
- Advertising (Google Adwords, Sklik, Facebook)
The period allowed for processing
According to the relevant legislation (e.g., Act 499/2004 Coll., the Act on Archiving and Records Management, Act No. 235/2004 Coll. on VAT, Act No. 563/1991 on Accounting, and others), we are required to archive documents for set time periods and follow the principles of data protection. After the set time period has passed, your personal data will be permanently deleted and erased.
Any of the personal data that we process will be processed explicitly on the basis of your consent and only up until the moment of your consent’s withdrawal in written form or via the automated tool on our website (e.g., by unsubscribing to the newsletter).
Are you unwilling or unable to provide us with your data?
You do not have to provide us with the personal data that we request. However, if this is data that you need to give us in order for us to provide you with our services, we cannot provide you with these related services.
If you visit our website, our servers (the same as most websites) automatically record the requests received by our website. These server protocols generally contain information about your website request, IP address, browser data, browser language, and the request’s time and date. Further, they can also contain one or more cookies that unambiguously identify your browser. Only administrators have access to this information, and this data will never be used for direct identification (it serves to expose technical problems).
Your right to access the data that we process about you
You have the right to access data and other related information. However, this cannot interfere with the rights of third parties. On principle, we will transfer your data to you in electronic form as statements after demonstrable verification of your identity in order to maintain the protection of other entities’ data.
The right to rectification
If your data is incorrect or imprecise, you have the right to request that it be corrected. With regards to the purposes for which the data are being processed, you have the right to have us fill in incomplete data.
The right to erasure (to be forgotten)
You have the right to have personal data erased if we processed it illegitimately.
The right to restrict processing
You have the right to request that your data’s processing be restricted according to Article 18 of the GDPR.
The right to data portability (only in the case of automatic processing)
You have the right to obtain the data you have given us in a structured, commonly used, and machine-readable format as well as the right to transfer this data to another administrator if the processing has been conducted automatically.
The right to withdraw consent
In cases when we require your consent to process your data, you have the right to withdraw this consent at any point. Withdrawing consent does not influence how the data was processed during the time period for which you had legitimately given consent, nor on processing your data for other legal reasons, if they apply (e.g., meeting legal requirements for the purposes of legitimate interest).
Would you like to restrict marketing?
If you gave consent to marketing purposes or if commercial offers are coming to you for another authorized reason, you can withdraw your consent at any point or unsubscribe from being sent offers in the following ways:
- by using the option to unsubscribe that is incorporated directly into our commercial message
- by writing to tell us that you are withdrawing your consent
Allow us to alert you that if you restrict marketing, we are still allowed to contact you in order to execute your order; therefore, we can still use your contact for the purposes of sending information relating to fulfilling your order and for purposes other than marketing.
If you think that any of the personal data we hold about you are incorrect or incomplete, or you would like to invoke any of your rights, please let us know.
If you think that your personal data has not been handled according to the law, you can contact the Office for Personal Data Protection and submit a complaint.
The protection of privacy and personal data is overseen by:
The Office for Personal Data Protection
address: Pplk. Sochora 27, 170 00 Praha 7, Czech Republic
tel.: 234 665 111 website: https://www.uoou.cz/
WHAT ARE COOKIES?
Cookies might be set by the websites that you visit (“our cookies”) or might be set by an organisation that does not own the website you are browsing (“third-party cookies”). For example, they might be set by other websites that run content on the page you are browsing, or by an independent analyst. Websites might use a third-party advertising network to provide targeted advertising. These cookies might have the opportunity to monitor your browsing of different pages.
This makes it possible to use functions such as displaying the shopping basket, hiding commercial communications, signing in, etc.
Our website also uses behaviour advertising cookies, which allow us to adapt advertising and make sure it is relevant to you depending on the areas that you browse at our website, and the geographic location of your IP address. These cookies are placed by third-party advertising networks with our consent.
We use the following cookies at our website:
- Technical cookies - first party, short-term. These ensure the basic technical functioning of the website, meaning signing in, remembering settings, using services, etc.
- Statistics and diagnostics cookies (for example, Google Analytics) - first party, long-term. These are used to generate anonymous statistics about site use.
- First- and third-party advertising cookies. These are used for behavioural advertising according to interests. When an advertisement has to be displayed (as the main source of income for the website and the creation of its content), it is preferable for users/readers to be shown offers that they might genuinely be interested in.
HOW YOU GIVE YOUR CONSENT TO COOKIES
We need your consent to be able to use statistics cookies and diagnostics cookies. The use of advertising cookies and third-party cookies is also only possible if you agree that they be used. You give your consent using the cookies bar at the bottom of the browser, or by setting your browser in this way. Technical cookies do not require your consent, but you can use your browser settings to block them. However, the website will not work properly without technical cookies.
WE USE GOOGLE ANALYTICS
The Google Analytics service is broadened to include a related advertising function provided by Google, i.e.:
- impressions within the Google advertising network;
- remarketing (displaying ads in the display network based on the products viewed);
- enhanced demographic reports (reporting anonymous demographic data). More information about the processing and use of data is available at Google Terms of Service.
WE USE THE COOKIES OF OUR ADVERTISING PARTNERS
Using the DoubleClick cookie, Google and its partners can display advertisements to users according to their visits to our website and other sites on the Internet. You can block the use of the DoubleClick cookie for interest-based advertising using Ads Setting Manager.
- Types of cookies that Google uses (Category of use: Ads)
- DoubleClick cookies
- Personal data protection policy or here.
- Data Policy
- Cookies and other storage technologies
- How can I adjust how ads on Facebook are shown to me based on data about my activity from partners?
- Facebook ad preferences
- Digital Advertising Alliance
- Digital Advertising Alliance of Canada
- European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance