On 25 May 2018, the new European General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) became effective. We have always respected ethics, the interests of our clients as well as legislative obligations. Therefore, we are implementing measures in our company to comply with the Regulation and continue consistently protecting the data of our clients and partners.
We provide information on the processing of personal data performed in connection with our company’s agenda below.
We would also like to inform you that, in connection with the effectiveness of the GDPR, we will no longer base the processing of your personal data on consents to personal data processing; processing will be carried out under the statutory obligation pursuant to Article 6(1)c) of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 under Section 96(3) and Section 101(10) of Act No. 121/2000 Coll., on Copyright and Rights Related to Copyright and on Amendment to Certain Acts (the Copyright Act).
Information on Personal Data Processing
INTERGRAM, z.s., with the registered office at Klimentská 1207/10, 110 00 Prague 1, Company Identification Number: 00537772, as the controller of your personal data, is particular about the protection of personal data provided by you. It is important for you to know that the personal data you provide to us are processed responsibly, transparently and in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council. You have the right to request information on recorded personal data and their rectification or erasure in cases where such personal data are provided under your consent. In the event of automated processing, you have the right to data portability and the right not to be subject to any decision based solely on such decision-making. Should you have any questions or requests relating to the processing of your personal data, you can contact us in writing at the address of the company’s registered office.
Security of Your Personal Data
INTERGRAM, z.s. is particular about the security of the personal data you provide to us. We have adopted suitable technical and organizational measures to sufficiently protect your data with respect to the importance of their processing. No unauthorized person has access to your personal data obtained from you and we do not provide your personal data to any other entities for further processing without your consent unless the law so requires or unless we do so in order to protect our legal interests.
Right to Information
You have the right to ask INTERGRAM, z.s. for information on what personal data we process about you, to what extent and for what purpose. We will give you this information free of charge within 30 days, in extraordinary situations within 90 days. We will timely inform you of any extension of that time limit in exceptional cases. If you request that we communicate the information we record about you, we will first need to verify that you really are the person to whom that information pertains. Therefore, please provide a sufficient identification of you in your request. If necessary, we have the right to request additional information for your identification before we provide you the personal data we process about you.
We are entitled to justifiably reject any requests for information that are unjustified or are unreasonably repeated, or in cases where the retrieval of such information requires unreasonable effort or where that information would be difficult to retrieve (typically from backup systems, archives etc.).
Right to Data Portability
You have the right to obtain personal data we record about you in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format. Based on your request, these data may be transferred to another data controller.
Data Updates, Right to Rectification
As personal data may change over time (for example, a change of the surname), we will be glad if you inform us of any changes so that your personal data we have are up-to-date and to avoid any mistakes. Providing information on data changes is necessary for us to be able to duly perform our activities as a data controller.
This is also related to your right to the rectification of the personal data we record about you. If you find out that our data are no longer up-to-date, you may request their rectification.
If you believe that we do not process your personal data in accordance with the applicable legislation of the Czech Republic and of the EU, you have the right to raise an objection to processing and we will then check whether your request is justified. As of the moment when you file your objection, the processing of your personal data will be restricted until we check whether the objection is justified. We would like to inform you that you also have the right to turn to the competent supervisory authority for personal data protection with any objection to the personal data we process about you at the following address:
Office for Personal Data Protection
Pplk. Sochora 27
170 00 Prague 7
Right to Restrict Processing
You have the right to the restriction of the processing of your personal data if you believe that the data recorded by us are not accurate, that we process them unlawfully, or that we no longer need these data for the purposes of their processing.
Right to Erasure
If you believe that we process your personal data without a statutory reason, you have the right to request their erasure. The right to erasure does not apply to data processed under the obligation to perform an agreement or due to statutory reasons or legitimate interests. Where any of your data are kept in backup systems that ensure, in an automated manner, the resistance of all our systems and have the function of protecting against data loss in the event of emergencies, it is not in our power to erase such data from the backup systems and often it is not even technically feasible. Nevertheless, such data are not actively processed any further and will not be used for any further processing purposes.
Who You Can Contact
With your questions concerning personal data protection, you can also contact us via e-mail: email@example.com, or at the address of our company’s registered office:
11000 Prague 1
INTERGRAM, z.s. uses a Data Protection Officer in order to increase the supervision and control over the personal data processed.
Contact details of the Data Protection Officer: Phone: +420 221 871 942, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website - Protocol Files
If you visit and browse our website, we process the following protocol files and store them on our servers. The information we store includes:
- Your IP address
- The page of our website opened
- The http response status code
- Identification of your browser
We process this information for a maximum of one year and only for the purposes of our legal protection and to ensure the confidentiality, availability and integrity of your data.
When you visit our website, you are informed that we use technologies to collect and store information in your device using cookies. Cookies are small text files that we do not send anywhere; you can remove these files from your browser or prohibit their use altogether. The purpose of these files is to ensure a full functionality of the website.
Analysis and Statistics
We monitor and analyze the website using analytics services. Using this service, we establish the number of visitors and geographic data as well as information on the browser and operating system from which you access our website. We use all this information for marketing purposes, for the purposes of further improvements of the website and the content, and for the purposes of legal protection.
Transfer of Personal Data to Third Countries
In accordance with Section 97g) of the Copyright Act, Intergram entrusts the execution of collective control to foreign or domestic collective data controllers, for which purpose Intergram transfers to them personal data in the scope stipulated in mutual agreements.