RIGHTS OF THE DATA SUBJECTS
Each data subject has the following rights which may be exercised by contacting us. All the rights below have specific exceptions in certain cases. The requests will be processed within 30 days.
Right to access allows any data subject to request the following information from us:
- if its data is processed;
- which data is processed;
- which are the recipients or categories of recipients of personal data;
- data storage period;
- existence and nature of the rights to rectification/erasure/restriction/objection,
- existence of the right to lodge a complaint to supervisory authorities;
- sources of data;
- existence of profiling and automated decision making including their logic and consequences;
- existence of safeguards of international data transfers.
Right to rectification is the right to correct incorrect data and the right to complete the incomplete data.
Right to erasure ("to be forgotten") means that the data subject may request erasure of his or her data in the following cases:
- the data is no longer needed for the purposes of processing;
- consent for processing is withdrawn and no other grounds of processing apply where such processing is based on consent;
- data subject objects to processing;
- processing is unlawful;
- the data is related to a child and was processed in the context of offering a service directly to a child.
Right to restriction means that processing shall be restricted if:
- the data subject claims that the data is inaccurate and controller needs to verify if it's really inaccurate;
- processing is unlawful but the data subject wants processing to be restricted rather than the data to be erased;
- processing is no longer required for its purposes but the data subject requires it for specific purposes;
- processing is under objection but the controller needs to verify if objection is not overridden by legitimate interest of the controller.
Right to notification means that the data controller shall communicate the request of the data subject in exercise of his or her rights to each recipient unless it proves that it will take disproportionate effort.
Right to data portability means that data subject may request the data controller to provide collected data in structured and readable form.
Right to object means that the data subject based on its personal circumstances may override legitimate interests of the controller which constitute the basis for processing.
The data subject has the right not to be subject to profiling which significantly affects his or her interests.