We appreciate your visit of our website and your interest in our Company. We take the protection of your personal data seriously and we wish you to feel fine when visiting our website. Your privacy during personal data processing is an important matter for us which we take into account in our business processes.
Read the following policy to find out the following:
– What is the legal reason for the processing of your personal data;
– For how long will your personal data be processed;
– Will your personal data be handed over to a third party;
– What are your rights regarding the personal data administrator.
GeneProof a.s., Reg. No. 26981947, registered office at Vídeňská 101/119, Dolní Heršpice, 619 00 Brno, Czech Republic is the Administrator of your personal data.
GeneProof a.s. processes personal data of natural persons ("Data Subjects") as the Administrator in accordance with the legislation in force, particularly the Act No. 101/2000 Coll. on personal data protection and amending certain other laws as amended ("PDP Act") and in accordance with the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation).
Personal data that you communicate to us when using services provided or offered by our Company or which are acquired during your visit of our websites are processed in accordance with the applicable law. Such acquired personal data shall be used by our Company, the Personal Data Administrator, only for the purposes and under the conditions specified in this document. We process your personal data only when you provide such data voluntarily and willingly, e.g. as a part of a registration when purchasing goods or services or participating in a competition, discussion forums, polls or for contract implementation purposes, etc.
Your personal data shall be used to inform you about new products, services, special offers and to optimize our services provided to you, or to send commercial messages, as specified below, only for the purpose, for which they had been collected and to the extent necessary. Transfer of personal data to government facilities and offices is admissible only when pursuant to obligations under the law.
Commercial Communication Sending
GeneProof a.s. is entitled to use the e-mail address provided by you to send commercial communication containing information about news, events, competitions and to offer products and services of GeneProof a.s. in accordance with Section 7 of the Act No. 480/2004 Coll. on Information Society Services and amending certain other laws. If you do not wish to receive any further electronic commercial communication, you can cancel your subscription free of charge using the cancel link at the bottom of each commercial communication email.
GeneProof a.s. adopts and maintains technical, organization and security measures to protect your personal data from release, loss or destruction and from tampering by unauthorized persons. Your personal data shall be processed and accessed only by specific authorized persons with confidentiality and legal compliance obligations.
You can disable cookies or modify their settings in your Internet browser. For more detailed information on cookies usage conditions see the Cookies Declaration below:
Personal Data Processing by Third Parties
Our Company's website may contain links to other companies' websites. We are obliged to warn you that you if click a link to any such website, personal data protection on this website could be governed by its own personal data protection policy and GeneProof a.s. cannot be held responsible for compliance of the third party (operator of this other website) personal data protection stipulations with laws. Please check personal data protection policy when visiting third party websites and before providing any personal data.
Personal data may be provided to government bodies and other subjects in satisfaction of legal obligations specified in special regulations, to other subjects, if necessary for rights protection (e.g. to courts, court-appointed executors and auctioneers, while the scope of the provided personal data is limited to data necessary for the success of the claim), specialized external subjects (below only the "Processor") that perform processing for the Personal Data Administrator as defined in an agreement on personal data processing (e.g. an external accounting company, tax or legal consultants, an advertising agency, a shipment company, a payment company) – the Personal Data Administrator shall select the Processor only with due consideration and the Processor must provide maximum guarantee regarding the technical and organization security of the supplied personal data.
Legal Reasons for Personal Data Processing
GeneProof a.s., as the Personal Data Administrator, processes personal data on the following grounds:
− An approval of personal data processing as defined in Article 6, par. 1 letter a) GDPR;
− Fulfillment of a contract between the Administrator and the Data Subject as defined in Article 6, par. 1 letter b) GDPR;
− Fulfillment of legal obligations as defined in Article 6 par. 1 letter c) GDPR (specifically accounting, tax and archiving obligations);
− Protection of legitimate interests of the Administrator or a third party as defined in Article 6, par. 1 letter f) GDPR (specifically for marketing activities, claiming the legitimate rights of the Administrator, protection of the Administrator's property and cookies processing).
Information referred to in Article 13 of the GDPR: Information provided in case that personal data is acquired from Data Subjects
− A Data Subject is entitled to request access to personal data from the Administrator;
− A Data Subject is entitled to request correction or deletion of personal data, or their limited processing and raise an objection to their processing and is also entitled to data transferability;
− A Data Subject is entitled to file a complaint with the Personal Data Protection Agency;
− If personal data processing is based on an approval of a Data Subject with their processing, this approval can be revoked at any time;
− Personal data are processed only for the time period necessary for the purpose of their processing. If personal data are acquired on the basis of a contractual relationship between the Data Subject and the Administrator, the personal data shall be maintained for the period of 4 years following the termination of the contract. Personal data may be preserved only for government statistical service, scientific and archiving purposes and only for the time period required by the laws after the expiration of the maximum processing period,
– personal data are not forwarded to a third country;
– the Administrator does not perform automated individual decisions, including profiling.
Information referred to in Article 15 of the GDPR: Personal Data Access Obligation
A Data Subject is entitled to obtain a confirmation, whether his/her personal data are processed and if so, he/she is entitled to obtain access to this personal data and other information.
The Data Subject is entitled to obtain a copy of personal data processed by the Administrator. The Administrator may charge a reasonable fee for additional copies based on administrative costs.
Information referred to in Article 16 of the GDPR: Correction Obligation
The Data Subject is entitled to have corrected any incorrect personal data by the Administrator without undue delay.
Information referred to in Article 17 of the GDPR: Deletion Obligation
The Data Subject is entitled to have deleted any incorrect personal data by the Administrator without undue delay if a reason is provided for such an act. This shall not apply if personal data protection is necessary, specifically for the purpose of compliance with legal obligations and for the determination, implementation and defense of legal claims.
Information referred to in Article 18 of the GDPR: Limited Processing Obligation
The Data Subject is entitled to have personal data processed in a limited way by the Administrator under specific conditions.
Information referred to in Article 19 of the GDPR: Notification Obligation
The Administrator shall inform the individual recipients, for whom their personal data have been made accessible, about any corrections or deletions of personal data or your subscription free of charge using the cancel link at the bottom of each commercial communication email.
Information referred to in Article 21 of the GDPR: Objection Raise Obligation
The Data Subject is entitled to object to the personal data processing on compelling legitimate grounds relating to their particular situation.
Information referred to in Article 34 of the GDPR: Personal Data Security Breaches Reporting
If it is likely that a specific case of personal data security breach shall result in a high risk for the rights and freedoms of the Data Subject, the Administrator is obliged to inform the Data Subject about such a breach without undue delay.
GeneProof a.s. websites use cookie files as required by the laws.
A cookie file is a small amount of text data stored in the user's computer when browsing web pages. This file contains information about the user account, for example, is sent back to the server upon each subsequent visit. Cookie files are generally used for unique user detection, collection of information about users and to simplify browsing and content provision.
Cookies Use Policy
By using GeneProof a.s. websites the user agrees with cookie file saving.
Cookie files can be limited or blocked in the web browser settings.
There are two types of cookies - temporary cookies, which are stored in your computer until the end of the session and permanent cookies, which remain stored in your computer until deleted.
Temporary cookies provide for preservation of information when switching from one web page to another and eliminate the need to repeatedly enter data.
Permanent cookies help identify your computer if you repeatedly visit a web page (they do not make it possible to identify you personally, though). This identification is used to adjust web page view according to the settings you made previously.
Cookies Settings Verification
See below for a procedure to check cookies settings in the individual browsers.
1. Type http://www.geneproof.com in your browser address bar
2. Click "Display Advanced Settings..." at the end of the page.
3. Click "Contents Settings".
4. Select "Prevent websites from setting any data" to disable cookies.
1. Click the gear wheel icon at the upper right part of your browser and select "Internet Options".
2. Go to "Personal data".
3. Move the slide in the "Setting" box to the top to display the "Block all cookies" security level description".
1. Click the orange "Firefox" sign in the upper left corner.
2. Select "Options" in the context menu and then select "Options" once again.
3. Go to "Privacy".
4. Select "Use custom settings for history" in the "History" box.
5. Check "Allow servers to set cookies" in the menu below. Czech Publisher Exchange (CPEx)
FOR SUPPLIERS AND CUSTOMERS
We are pleased to inform you about processing personal data related to your person, as defined in the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and we would also like to inform you about your rights related to this processing.
Personal data is processed by GeneProof a.s., registered office at Vídeňská 101/119, Dolní Heršpice, 619 00 Brno, Czech Republic, Phone: 543 211 679, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Reg. No. 26981947 (the "Administrator").
The Administrator has a legitimate interest in processing contact information of its suppliers and customers for the purpose of business negotiations, conclusion and subsequent implementation of a contract. Data provision is a contractual requirement. Refusal to provide the data may result in the termination of all business activities.
Records are retained for the period of 5 years since the end of the contractual relationship.
You are entitled to request the administrators to provide you with access to your personal data, their correction, deletion or limited processing, to raise an objection to the processing and you also have a right to data transferability. You also have a right to file a complaint with a supervisory authority and, in case of a suspicion that personal data processing breaches the protection of your private and personal life or breaches the law, you are entitled to request the Administrator to provide and explanation and remedy this situation.
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