Clarification letter within the meaning of the Legislative Decree dated 30.06.2003 "Data Protection Code"
Within the meaning of Article 13 of the Legislative Decree no. 196 dated 30 June 2003, Dunaj Fruit hereby states that it processes the personal data of customers and suppliers as well as persons that wittingly make their personal details available to us (by telephone, fax or e-mail).
As part of the statutory requirements, we guarantee that personal data shall be processed with consideration given to fundamental rights and freedoms as well as the dignity of the affected person with particular reference to secrecy, personal identity and the right to protection of personal data.
Data processing objective and purpose
- Honouring statutory obligations, obligations resulting from ordinances, Community standards as well as civil and tax law acts.
- Honouring potential contractual obligations in dealings with the affected person.
- Performing activities in conjunction with the business activity of our company such as drawing up internal statistics, rendering accounts and managing the customer/supplier bookkeeping.
- Objectives of a business nature such as sending business information and advertising material (by post, fax or e-mail), marketing and market surveys.
- Protection of claims and administering liabilities.
Your personal data shall, where applicable, be forwarded in relation to the objectives stated above
- To public administrations and authorities where this is legally permitted.
- To banks with whom I maintain business relationships for administering claims/liabilities and for the provision of finance.
- To all natural and/or legal, public and/or private persons (law firms, administrative offices and tax consultancies; courts and chambers of commerce etc.) if the forwarding proves necessary or expedient with regard to performing our activity, and in relation to the manner stated above with the corresponding objectives.
- The personal data that our company processes is not subject to any dissemination.
Data processing implementation
- The data may be processed with or without electronic means, in any case automatically, and the processing comprises all procedures in Article 4(1), letter a, of the Legislative Decree No. 196 dated 30 June 2003 that are proposed and required for the respective data processing.
- In any case, data are processed in compliance with all security measures that guarantee the security and secrecy of such data processing.
Rights of the affected person
- The Data Protection Act gives the affected person the option of exercising certain rights in accordance with Article 7. In detail, the affected person is entitled to know which personal data the proprietor has collected about him, and obtain information as to whether or not data have been collected about him and if such data have already been stored, and obtain in a coherent form detailed information about such data and the reason and purpose of processing such data, as well as receive details about the proprietor and persons responsible for the processing and persons and categories of persons to whom such data may be forwarded.
- The affected person is entitled to confirm, check, correct and supplement their data, file an application for the deletion, blocking and rendering of such data anonymous if the processing violates the statutory provisions.
- The affected person is entitled for a justified reason to wholly or partially object to the processing of their data, and request the deletion and blocking of such data and rendering such data anonymous and without a justified reason if data are used for commercial information, shipping advertising material, direct sales or for market research or opinion polling.
- The affected person, or a person authorised by such a person, may assert the specific rights by way of an enquiry directed to the responsible person (Thomas Holzner, email@example.com).
The proprietor of the data processing is
- Dunaj Fruit s.r.o, Ticha 45, 81102 Bratislava, in the form of the legal representative of Mr Thomas Holzner, reserves the right to amend or supplement this clarification letter at any time, above all, however in the event of a change in the law or new regulations in that respect.
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