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  1. While performing its activities, the Service Provider shall pay utmost attention to the protection of personal data. It shall handle all personal data supplied to it in compliance with the legal regulations in effect at all times. It shall ensure the protection of such data, and shall take the technical and organisational measures and develop the procedural rules that are necessary for compliance with the relevant legal regulations.

  2. The data protection declaration is formulated on the basis of the legal regulations in force, with special regard to

    1. Act LXIII of 1992 on the protection of personal data and the disclosure of information of public interest (hereinafter: Data Protection Act);
    2. Directive 95/46/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Union on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data;
    3. Act VI of 1998 on the promulgation of the Strasbourg Convention of 28 January 1981 on the protection of individuals with regard to automatic processing of personal data;
    4. Act CVIII of 2001 on certain issues of electronic commercial services and information society services;
    5. Act CXIX of 1995 on the use of name and address information serving the purposes of research and direct marketing.
  3. During the activities of the Service Provider, personal data processing shall always be based on voluntary consent. Pursuant to the Data Protection Act, the Service Provider shall use the Users’ data exclusively for contracting, invoicing and its own advertising purposes.The Service Provider may also contract third party partners to organize guests to the hotel. In such cases, the Service Provider is entitled to disclose personal data to those third party contractual partners.

  4. Definition and exercise of the rights of the affected persons

    1. The affected person may request information on and correction or deletion of his/her personal data (other than those required to be held by law) by contacting the Service Provider at the contact details given in this declaration.
    2. Upon the request of the affected person, the Service Provider shall provide information on the data it handles, on the method, legal basis, timeframe of data processing, on the name and address (seat) of the data processing organisation, on its data processing related activities, on entities to whom the data are/were disclosed, and on the purpose of such data disclosures. The Service Provider must provide said information in writing, in an understandable form, free of charge and as soon as possible, but no later than within 30 days of the receipt of the request.
    3. The Service Provider shall modify incorrect personal data upon the request of the affected person.
    4. The Service Provider shall delete the personal data if
      1. the handling of such data is against the law,
      2. this is requested by the affected person,
      3. the data are incomplete or incorrect, and this condition cannot be lawfully rectified, provided deletion is not prohibited by law,
      4. the purpose for which data was processed no longer exists,
      5. the timeframe for data storage as specified by law has expired,
      6. deletion is ordered by court or by the data protection commissioner.
    5. The Service Provider shall send a notification on any correction or deletion to the affected person, as well as to the entities to which the data were previously disclosed for data processing purposes. Notification is not necessary if the lack of notification does not violate the lawful rights of the affected person in connection with the purpose of data processing.
    6. In case his/her rights are violated, the affected person may file a court action against the data controller.
    7. The Service Provider shall pay damages for damage caused to other persons by the unlawful handling of the affected person’s data, or by violating the requirements of technical data protection. The data controller shall be exempted from this liability if it can prove that the damage resulted from an unpreventable cause beyond the data controller’s control. No damages shall be paid if the damage was caused by the wilful act or gross negligence of the aggrieved party.
    8. Requests for legal remedy and complaints can be submitted to the Office of the Commissioner for Fundamental Rights.

    Name: Alapvető Jogok Biztosának Hivatala (Office of the Commissioner for Fundamental Rights)
    Address: 1051 Budapest, Nádor u. 22.
    Postal address: 1387 Budapest, Pf. 40.
    Telephone: 06 1 475 7186, 06 1 475 7100
    Fax: 06 1 269 3541

    1. Details and contact information of the data controller

    Name: Hunguest Hotel Zrt.
    Address: 2053 Herceghalom, Zsámbéki út 16.
    Postal address: LIFESTYLE HOTEL MÁTRA****superior 3200 Gyöngyös, HRSZ.7160.
    Telephone: +36 21 300 7200