SELECT * FROM cms_1_contents_en WHERE SUB='0' AND ACTIVE='1' AND (MODULE="home" OR MODULE="menu" OR MODULE="menu_fullwidth" OR MODULE="contact" OR MODULE="news" OR MODULE="faq") ORDER BY NO ASC
SELECT * FROM cms_1_contents_en WHERE SUB='1' AND ACTIVE='1' AND (MODULE="home" OR MODULE="menu" OR MODULE="menu_fullwidth" OR MODULE="contact" OR MODULE="news" OR MODULE="faq") ORDER BY NO ASC
SELECT * FROM cms_1_contents_en WHERE SUB='83' AND ACTIVE='1' AND (MODULE="home" OR MODULE="menu" OR MODULE="menu_fullwidth" OR MODULE="contact" OR MODULE="news" OR MODULE="faq") ORDER BY NO ASC
SELECT * FROM cms_1_contents_en WHERE SUB='78' AND ACTIVE='1' AND (MODULE="home" OR MODULE="menu" OR MODULE="menu_fullwidth" OR MODULE="contact" OR MODULE="news" OR MODULE="faq") ORDER BY NO ASC
SELECT * FROM cms_1_contents_en WHERE SUB='88' AND ACTIVE='1' AND (MODULE="home" OR MODULE="menu" OR MODULE="menu_fullwidth" OR MODULE="contact" OR MODULE="news" OR MODULE="faq") ORDER BY NO ASC
SELECT * FROM cms_1_contents_en WHERE SUB='60' AND ACTIVE='1' AND (MODULE="home" OR MODULE="menu" OR MODULE="menu_fullwidth" OR MODULE="contact" OR MODULE="news" OR MODULE="faq") ORDER BY NO ASC
SELECT * FROM cms_1_contents_en WHERE SUB='79' AND ACTIVE='1' AND (MODULE="home" OR MODULE="menu" OR MODULE="menu_fullwidth" OR MODULE="contact" OR MODULE="news" OR MODULE="faq") ORDER BY NO ASC
SELECT * FROM cms_1_contents_en WHERE SUB='61' AND ACTIVE='1' AND (MODULE="home" OR MODULE="menu" OR MODULE="menu_fullwidth" OR MODULE="contact" OR MODULE="news" OR MODULE="faq") ORDER BY NO ASC
SELECT * FROM cms_1_contents_en WHERE SUB='63' AND ACTIVE='1' AND (MODULE="home" OR MODULE="menu" OR MODULE="menu_fullwidth" OR MODULE="contact" OR MODULE="news" OR MODULE="faq") ORDER BY NO ASC
SELECT * FROM cms_1_contents_en WHERE SUB='80' AND ACTIVE='1' AND (MODULE="home" OR MODULE="menu" OR MODULE="menu_fullwidth" OR MODULE="contact" OR MODULE="news" OR MODULE="faq") ORDER BY NO ASC
SELECT * FROM cms_1_contents_en WHERE SUB='91' AND ACTIVE='1' AND (MODULE="home" OR MODULE="menu" OR MODULE="menu_fullwidth" OR MODULE="contact" OR MODULE="news" OR MODULE="faq") ORDER BY NO ASC
SELECT * FROM cms_1_contents_en WHERE SUB='84' AND ACTIVE='1' AND (MODULE="home" OR MODULE="menu" OR MODULE="menu_fullwidth" OR MODULE="contact" OR MODULE="news" OR MODULE="faq") ORDER BY NO ASC
SELECT * FROM cms_1_contents_en WHERE SUB='90' AND ACTIVE='1' AND (MODULE="home" OR MODULE="menu" OR MODULE="menu_fullwidth" OR MODULE="contact" OR MODULE="news" OR MODULE="faq") ORDER BY NO ASC
SELECT * FROM cms_1_sidebar WHERE CONTENTID="1" ORDER BY POSITION ASC
SELECT *,(VIEW + CART + BUY) AS STATS FROM cms_1_shop_en WHERE ACTIVE='1' ORDER BY STATS DESC LIMIT 3
SELECT * FROM cms_1_pictures WHERE CONTENTID='1' AND MAIN='1' AND CONTENTTYPE='88'
SELECT * FROM cms_1_pictures WHERE CONTENTID='1' AND MAIN='1' AND CONTENTTYPE='88'
SELECT * FROM cms_1_pictures WHERE CONTENTID='2' AND MAIN='1' AND CONTENTTYPE='88'
SELECT * FROM cms_1_pictures WHERE CONTENTID='2' AND MAIN='1' AND CONTENTTYPE='88'
SELECT * FROM cms_1_pictures WHERE CONTENTID='7' AND MAIN='1' AND CONTENTTYPE='88'
SELECT * FROM cms_1_pictures WHERE CONTENTID='7' AND MAIN='1' AND CONTENTTYPE='88'
SELECT * FROM cms_1_contents_en WHERE ACTIVE="1" AND SUB="61" ORDER BY NO DESC
SELECT * FROM cms_1_pictures WHERE CONTENTID='61' AND CONTENTTYPE='1' AND MAIN!='1'
SELECT * FROM cms_1_pictures WHERE CONTENTID='61' AND MAIN='1' AND CONTENTTYPE='1'
SELECT * FROM cms_1_pictures WHERE CONTENTID='61' AND MAIN='1' AND CONTENTTYPE='1'
Privacy Policy | DYDEX
SELECT * FROM cms_1_news_en WHERE ACTIVE='1' AND CATEG='1' ORDER BY PUBDATE DESC LIMIT 2
SELECT * FROM cms_1_contents_en WHERE ACTIVE='1' AND SUB='0' AND (MODULE="home" OR MODULE="menu" OR MODULE="menu_fullwidth" OR MODULE="contact" OR MODULE="news" OR MODULE="faq") ORDER BY NO DESC LIMIT 1
SELECT * FROM cms_1_contents_en WHERE ACTIVE='1' AND SUB='78' ORDER BY NO ASC
SELECT * FROM cms_1_templates_en WHERE EXTRA="0"

Privacy Policy

The protection of personal data supplied to us is cardinal for our company. We are committed to handle user and customer personal data in a way that contributes to safe navigation on the internet and generates the opportunity for shopping in line with the relevant prevalent legislation and the company’s quality assurance policy.

Company name: DYDEX Hungary KFT.
Company seat: H-2900 Komárom, Csillag ltp. 40. 3/9
Person responsible for the contents of the policy: Csaba Hordós
Policy valid from: 02.01.2020.

This policy determines
the rules for the protection of natural persons in terms
of personal data management and for the free flow of personal data. The contents of the policy must be applied for specific data management processes,
and during the issue of instructions and information regulating data management.

1. Policy scope
This policy is valid until cancellation, its scope covers the officers and
employees of the organisation, the contracted partners and the group of people concerned by the data management activity.

2. The policy’s purpose
The primary purpose of this policy is to determine the basic principles and regulations regarding the data of natural
persons in contact with the data manager
in order that the data of the natural persons is protected according to the relevant laws and authority resolutions.
Furthermore, the policy aims at harmonising the organisation’s
other internal policies in terms of data management activities so that the fundamental rights and
freedoms of natural persons are protected and in order to ensure the adequate
management of personal data.
DYDEX Hungary KFT. is the data manager, so during its operation it’s responsible for the collection and use of data from private persons and
business entities. The management of all
personal data is in harmony with the applicable privacy regulations.
DYDEX Hungary KFT., as data manager, wishes to fully comply with legal requirements concerning the
management of personal data, especially the contents of Decree no. 2016/679/EC of the European Parliament and
Council.
By publishing present privacy policy and declaration, DYDEX Hungary KFT. complies with its obligation to provide prior information required by DECREE NO. 2016/679/EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND
COUNCIL, according to which all information has to be given to the people
impacted in a short,
transparent,
clear and accessible form, formulated in a clear and comprehensive
way.
Moreover, the policy’s purpose is that the Company and
its employees are able to handle the data of natural persons in a legitimate way by learning about and abiding by the policy.
The Data manager handles primarily the data of those natural persons and natural person representatives
of non-natural persons, who contact the data manager via a method accessible to them, e.g. with sending their data to the
Data manager’s any email address, or through social media or by
phone, personally, or by a contractual relation.
This data management announcement about the protection of natural persons’ data and
the free flow of data was made base on the Decree no. 2016/679/EC of the European Parliament and
Council, taking into account the contents of Act CXII of 2011 about informational
self-determination right and freedom of information.

Name and contacts of data manager:
Company name: DYDEX Hungary KFT.
Seat: H-2900 Komárom, Csillag ltp. 40 3/9.
Website: www.dydex.eu
Tax number: 12768228-2-11
Company registration number: 11-09-008500
Email: info@dydex.eu
Phone number: +36/20/2916409

3. Definitions
- GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation): the European Union’s new Data Protection Regulation;
- data manager: a natural or legal person, authority, agency or
any other organisation, who determine the aim and means
of managing personal data independently or jointly with others; if the purposes and means of data management are determined by the
European or national law, the European or national law
may also determine the data manager, or the specific positions for
appointing the data manager.
- data management: any operation or series of operation completed with personal data or data files in an automated or
non-automated way, namely collecting,
filing, sorting, splitting, storing, transforming or changing, searching,
viewing, using, publishing, forwarding, propagation or giving access in any other
way, synchronising or connecting, limiting, deleting
or annihilation.
- data processor: a natural or legal person, authority, agency or
any other organisation, who handle personal data in the name of the data manager;
- anonymization: handling personal information in such a way, so that
it’s no longer possible, without using additional information, to connect the personal data with the natural person, provided that
such additional information is stored separately, and there are technical and organisation measures
taken to ensure that no personal data can be connected with the
identified or identifiable natural persons.
- the limitation of data management: marking the stored personal data for the future
limitation of their use.
- the consent of the person concerned: the voluntary and clear communication of the concerned person’s will, based on specific and proper
information, by which the person concerned declares or signals by a non-misinterpretable action that they
consent to handling
their personal data.
- data protection incident: such security breach, which results in accidental or illegal annihilation, loss,
change, unauthorised publication or unauthorised access to personal data forwarded, stored or
handled in any other way.
- consignee: a natural or legal person, authority, agency or
any other organisation, to whom personal data are communicated, regardless if
they are third parties or not. Those authorities, who may access personal data in the framework of and individual inspection
, in harmony with European or national law,
are not considered as consignees; data management carried out by the authorities
must be compliant to the data protection regulations applicable
to the purpose of the data handling.
- third party: a natural or legal person, authority, agency or
any other organisation, which is not the same, as the concerned person, the data manager, the data
processor or those persons, who are authorised to handle personal data under the
direct direction of the data manager or data processor.
registration system: personal data file, which is segmented by any method - according to centralised,
decentralised, or functional or geographic aspects -,
which is accessible based on specified criteria;
- profiling: any form of automated personal data handling,
which involves using personal data for the evaluation of
certain personal features of a natural person, especially related to job performance, or the analysis or prognosis of features related to
economic situation, health condition, personal preferences, interests, reliability, conduct,
place of residence or movement;
-personal data: any information about an identified or identifiable natural person (person concerned)
; a natural person is considered as identifiable, if identification may happen
in a direct or indirect way, based on particularly some kind of identifier, such as name, number,
location data, online ID or one
or multiple features related to the natural person’s bodily, physiological,
genetic, intellectual, economic, cultural or social identity.

4. Data management principles
The data manager declares that
personal data are handled according to the contents of the privacy policy, and the regulations of relevant legislations are respected, particularly related to the
following:
- Personal data are handled legitimately and fairly, in a way that is
transparent to the person concerned.
- Personal data may only be collected for a determined, clear and legitimate purpose.
- The purpose of personal data handling is proper and relevant and only
spreads to the necessary extent.
- Personal data must be exact and recent. Inaccurate personal
data must be deleted immediately.
Personal data storage must be conducted in a way, which only allows
identifying the persons concerned for the time necessary. Storing personal data for a
longer time is only possible, if they are stored for public interest archiving,
for historic or scientific research or statistical purposes.
- Handling personal data must be conducted in a way that by using the proper technical or
organisational measures the proper
safety of personal data is ensured, including protection against the unauthorised or illegal management of data, their accidental loss or
annihilation or damage.
- The data manager must handle the data in such a way that provides protection against the unauthorised or
illegal management of data, their accidental loss or
annihilation or damage.
- For data management based on the concerned person’s approval, the concerned person may give approval to
handling their personal data in the following ways:
a) in writing, as a declaration consenting to the handling of personal data,
electronically, by expressed conduct on the Company’s website, by ticking in the box, or if relevant technical settings are
performed during using services in relation to information society, and any other such declaration or act, which clearly
marks the consent of the concerned person in the specific
context to the handling of their personal data.
- Staying silent, pre-ticked boxes or not acting are not to be considered as giving consent. The
consent applies to all data management
activities done with the same purpose or purposes.
- If data management serves several purposes at the same time, consent must be given for all the
data management purposes. If the person concerned gives consent after an electronic request
, the request must be clear and concise, and it may not block
using the services for which the consent is needed
in an unjustifiable way.
The principles of the privacy policy must be applied for all information about identified or
identifiable natural persons.
The purpose of data handling happens in order for the data manager to be able to render services
or to keep business contact.
For data supplied by registered users as compulsory data, the purpose of data handling
is the identification of user rights and the facilitation of eventual notifications.
Data may be used by the data manager for statistic purposes.
The plea of data handling is the concerned person’s consent.
The data handling period and deleting data. The data handling period always depends on the specific
user purpose, but the data must be immediately deleted once the original
purpose has been filled. The concerned person may revoke their consent to data handling
at any time in a letter sent to the contact e-mail address. If there is no
legal reason against the deletion, the data will be deleted.
The data manager and its employees are entitled to learn about the data.
The person concerned may request the data manager to access their personal data,
their correction, deletion or limitation of handling and may object to
the handling of such personal data, and about the right of the concerned person to carry data.
The concerned person may revoke their consent to data handling at any time, but this
does not concern the legitimacy of data handling performed before revoking, based on the prior consent.
The concerned person may use the right to hand in a complaint to the supervisory authority.
The concerned person is entitled to ask the data manager to
correct or complete their inaccurate personal data without any unnecessary delay.
The concerned person is entitled to ask the data manager to
delete their inaccurate personal data without any unnecessary delay, and the data manager is obliged to delete
the concerned person’s inaccurate personal data without any unnecessary delay, if there is no other plea for
data handling.
The plea of data handling is determined by the law in case of fulfilling a legal duty, so the consent
of the concerned person to the handling of their personal data is not necessary.
The modification or deletion of personal data can be requested by email, phone, or
at any of the addresses listed above.
The data manager - including data managers, who personal data are communicated to - or a legal interest of a
third party might create plea for data handling, supposing that the
interests, basic rights and freedoms of the concerned party do not come first considering their logical expectations based on their
relationship with the data manager. Such a legal interest
might be for example, when there is a relevant and proper relationship between the person concerned and the
data manager, for example in cases, when the person concerned is the data manager’s customer
or employee.
In order to judge if the legal interest exists, it has to be examined thoroughly
if the person concerned might logically expect at the time of data collection
and in this regards that the data handling is performed due to the given
purpose. The concerned person’s interests and basic rights might take precedence over the interests of the data manager
if the personal data are handled at such circumstances, when the
persons concerned are not expecting any further data handling.
The Company’s employing working on the data handling has disciplinary and compensatory liability for the
legitimate handling of personal data. If the employee realises that
personal data handled are faulty or deficient or outdated, they must correct it,
or initiate its correction with the colleague responsible for data recording.

5. Data handling in relation to contract fulfilment
DYDEX Hungary KFT. performs personal data handling of natural persons, clients, customers and suppliers,
whom they contracted, in relation to the contractual relationship. The person concerned must be informed about the management of
personal data.
The plea of data management is the fulfilment of the contract, its purpose is keeping contact,
enforcement of contractual claims, compliance with contractual obligations.
Managed personal data are: name, address, company name, seat, phone number, email address,
tax number, bank account number, customer ID
Data management period: 5 or 8 years from the cease of the contract, if
data are to be archived according to Section 169 of Act C of 2000 n Accounting, since
these data form part of accounting documentation.

6. Personal data management
As natural persons can be linked to online identifier supplied by the appliances,
applications, tools and protocols used by them,
such as IP addresses and cookie identifiers, these data linked with other information
are suitable and usable to create profiles
of natural persons and to identify the specific person.
Data management can only take place if the person concerned voluntarily and clearly consents to
the handling of data, having received specific information, by making an unambiguous confirmatory
act, such as written - may be electronic - or spoken declaration.
It must be considered as a consent to data management if the person concerned ticks the relevant
box during browsing the website on the internet. Staying silent,
pre-ticked boxes or not acting are not to be considered as giving consent.
It is considered as a consent if a user performs technical settings accordingly
during the use of electronic services, or makes such a declaration
or takes such action, which clearly marks the consent of the person concerned to the
handling of their personal data.
Children’s personal data are to be handled with special protection, since they are less
aware of the risks associated with handling personal data, its consequences and related
guarantees and rights. This special protection must be particularly
applied to using children’s personal data for
marketing purposes of the creation of personal or user profiles.
Personal data have to be handled in a way that ensures their proper
security level and confidential handling, among other things in order to prevent
unauthorised access to or unauthorised use of personal data and appliances
used for handling personal data.
All reasonable efforts have to be made to correct or delete
inaccurate personal data.

7. Legitimate data handling
The management of personal data is legitimate, if one of the following conditions is met:
• the person concerned consented to the management of their personal data for one or several
purposes.
• the data handling is necessary for the fulfilment of such contract, which concerns at least one of the
parties, or it’s needed before conducting the contract to perform the
steps requested by the concerned parties.
• the data handling is necessary for fulfilling the data manager’s legal duty;
• the data handling is necessary for the protection of vital
interests of the concerned person or another natural person.
• the data handling is necessary for carrying out a task in the framework of a public authority license
entrusted to the data manager
• the data handling is necessary for enforcing the data manager’s or a third party’s legal interests,
except when the interests, basic rights and freedoms of the concerned party,
which require protection of personal data, especially if the concerned party is a child,
do not come first.
According to the above said, data handling is considered as legitimate, if it’s necessary for a contract
or an intent to conclude a contract.
If data handling happens in the framework of the data manager fulfilling a legal requirement
or if it’s needed to perform a public duty or to carry out a public authority license,
the data handling must have a legal basis included in European or national law.
Data handling must be considered as legitimate if it happens for the sake of protecting the concerned person’s
life or the protection of the above mentioned natural person’s interests. Handling personal data with reference
to the vital interests of another natural person can happen in principle only,
if the specific data handling cannot be completed on another legal basis.
The legitimate interest of the data manager - including the data manager, who might receive personal data - or
a third party can create a legal basis for data handling. Such a legitimate interest
might be for example, when there is a relevant and proper relationship between the person concerned and the
data manager, for example in cases, when the person concerned is the data manager’s customer
or employee.
Handling of personal data essential for the prevention of fraud also
counts as the data manager’s legitimate interest. Handling of personal data for direct marketing purposes
is also considered legitimate.
In order to determine if the legitimate interest stands, it has to be examined with care
if the person concerned might reasonably expect at the time of personal data collection
that the data handling is performed for the specific purpose.
The concerned person’s interests and basic rights might take precedence over the interests of the data manager
if the personal data are handled at such circumstances, when the
persons concerned are not expecting any further data handling.
Personal data handling performed by public authorities, units reacting to IT
emergencies, network security incident handling units, electronic
news network operators and service providers, and security
service providers up to the extent, which is absolutely needed and proportionate to guarantee
network and IT security.
Handling of personal data for a different purpose than the original one at the time of their collection
is only permitted, if data handling is in line with the original purpose of data handling,
for which the data has originally been collected. In this case no other legal basis is
required, only the original legal basis, which allowed the collection of personal data in the first place.

8. The concerned person’s consent, conditions
• If data handling is based on consent, the data manager must be able to
certify that the person concerned consented to the handling of their
personal data.
• If the person concerned gives consent in a written declaration, which is relevant
to other cases as well, the request for consent must be communicated in a way
that clearly differentiates it from these other cases.
• The person concerned has the right to revoke the consent any time. Revoking the consent
does not influence the legitimacy of data handling based on consent,
which happened before revoking. The concerned person needs to be informed about this before giving consent. Revoking
the consent must be made available by the same simple way
as giving consent.
• In order to determine if the consent has been voluntary, the fact must be considered as much as possible,
among other things, if the consent to the handling of personal data
, which were not necessary for contract fulfilment,
was a condition to contract fulfilment - including rendering services.
• In case of services offered directly to children, which are related to social media,
the handling of personal data is legitimate, if the child
is older than 16 years. According to paragraph 8 (1) of GDPR article 8, in case of children younger
than 16 years, the handling of personal data is legitimate only to
the extent to which the person exercising parental guidance over the child
gave consent or permitted the data management.

9. Data management not requiring identification
If the purposes, for which the data manager is handling the personal data do not
require the identification of the person concerned by the data manager (anymore), the data manager does not have to
keep the additional information.
If the data manager can prove that they are not in the situation to identify
the person concerned, they must inform the person properly about this, if possible.

10. The concerned person’s information and rights
The principle of fair and transparent data management requires for the concerned person
to be informed about the fact and purpose of data management.
If personal data are collected from the person concerned, they must be also informed whether supplying the data is compulsory, and about the consequences of
not supplying the data. This information can be complemented by standard icons
so that the person concerned gets general information about the planned data handling
in a clear and easy-to-read format.
Information about the handling of personal data relevant to the person concerned must be
given to the person concerned at the time of data collection, or if the data are not collected from the person concerned
but from other sources, taking into account the circumstances of the case, must be supplied to the person
in reasonable time.
The person concerned is entitled to access the data collected about them and to
exercise this right in a simple way and with reasonable frequency in order to ascertain and
control the legitimacy of data management. The right to learn about the purpose of handling the personal data
must be ensured to every person concerned, furthermore, if possible,
also for which period the handling of data is planned,
The person concerned is entitled specifically to request their personal data to be deleted
and not to be handled anymore, if the collection or other type of handling of personal data is not needed
anymore in relation to the original purposes of the data handling, or if the persons concerned have
revoked their consent to data handling.
If the handling of personal data happens for direct marketing purposes, the person concerned
must have the right to object anytime freely to
the handling of their personal data for this purpose.

11. Revision of personal data
In order to ensure that the storage of personal data is limited only to the necessary period,
the data manager determines deletion or regular revision deadlines.
The regular revision deadline determined by the Company CEO: 2 years

12. The tasks of the data manager
The data manager applies proper interior regulations for legitimate data handling. This
regulation includes the role and responsibility of the data manager.
The data manager is obliged to take proper and effective measures and to
be able to certify that the data management activities are compliant with
the current legal requirements.
This regulation has to be formulated with the consideration of the data management’s nature,
scope, purposes and the risk to the natural persons rights and freedoms.
The data manager performs proper technical and organisational measures with the consideration
of the nature, scope, circumstances and purposes of data handling and the risk to the
rights and freedoms of natural persons with different probability and severity. Based on this
policy, he revises other internal policies and updates them as necessary.
The data manager or data processor keeps records of the data handling activities
completed based on their function. All data managers and processors are obliged to
cooperate with the supervisory authorities and make these records available upon request
in order for the data handling operations to be controlled.

13. Data management rights
Right to asking information 
You can ask for information from us at the contact addresses supplied about what data, on what plea, for what data handling purpose, from what source and for what time are handled by our company. 
We will provide information at your request without delay, but at most within 30 days
to the email address you provided.
Right to correction
You can contact us at the contact addresses supplied for any of your data to be modified.
We will take measures at your request without delay, but at most within 30 days
and send information to the email address you provided.
Right to deletion
You can contact us at the contact addresses supplied for your data to be deleted. We will take action at your request without delay, but at most within 30 days
and send information to the email address you provided.
Right to lockdown and limitation:
You can request us at the contact addresses supplied for your data to be locked. Locking will be active
until the purpose marked by yourself deems storing the data necessary. We will take action at your request
without delay, but at most within 30 days
and send information to the email address you provided.
Right to objection:
You may object to data management at the contact addresses supplied. Objections will be
inspectes as soon as possible, but latest within 15 days,
we will make a decision on its soundness and inform you about the decision via email. Objection may be general or specific.
Enforcement options related to data management.
If you experience illegitimate data handling, please let our company know so that
we can restore the legitimate state as soon as possible.
If according to your judgement the legitimate state may not be restored, please
let the authorities know at the following address:

National Data Protection and Information Freedom Authority
Postal address: H-1530 Budapest, Pf.: 5.
Address: H-1125 Budapest, Szilágyi Erzsébet fasor 22/c
Phone number: +36 (1) 391-1400
Fax: +36 (1) 391-1410
E-mail: ugyfelszolgalat @ naih.hu

The person concerned may contact the court to oppose the data manager if their rights are
violated. The court will handle the matter out of turn. The concerned person may sue - according to choice -
at the court competent at their place of residence.
Right to an effective judicial remedy against the supervisory authority
Without detriment to other administrative or non-judicial remedies, all
natural and legal persons shall have the right to an effective judicial remedy against a legally binding
decision of the supervisory authority.
Without detriment to other administrative or non-judicial remedies, all
natural and legal persons shall have the right to an effective judicial remedy if the supervisory authority does not take action about the complaint or does not inform the
person concerned about the development of proceedings on complaints handed in based on Article 77 of the Decree, or their
results.
Proceedings against the supervisory authority shall be brought before a court of the member state
in which the supervisory authority has its seat.
If proceedings are instituted against a decision of the supervisory authority on which the Board has previously issued an opinion or decision
under the
consistency mechanism, the supervisory authority shall send that opinion or decision to the court.
Right to an effective judicial remedy against the data manager or data processor
Without detriment to other administrative or non-judicial remedies, including the right to hand in complaints to the
supervisory authority under Article 77,
all persons concerned shall have the right to an effective judicial remedy if, in their opinion, their personal
data their rights under this Regulation
have been infringed as a result of improper handling of this Regulation.
Proceedings with or against the data manager or data processor must be started at the court competent at
the data manager’s or processor’s place of activity. Such a proceeding
may be started at the court competent at the concerned person’s place of residence.


  • Online order
    Order processing: From 08.00 to 14.00
  • Free shipping
    For orders above HUF 12000
  • Safe shopping
    your order information is safe

Cart

Total payable: 0 EUR
Continue shopping Jump to payment
DEVELOPER BAR