Personal Data Protection
Personal Data Protection and Sending of Business Communication
1.1. Protection of the personal data of the purchaser, who is a natural person, is provided by Act no. 101/2000 Coll., on personal data protection, as amended by the later prescriptions.
1.2. The purchaser agrees to the processing of the following personal data: first name and surname, address of residence, business identification number, tax identification number, e-mail address, telephone number (hereinafter referred to jointly as “personal data”).
1.3. The purchaser agrees to the processing of the personal data by the vendor for the purposes of implementing the rights and obligations on the basis of the Contract of Purchase, for the purposes of managing the user account and for the purposes of sending information and business communication to the purchaser.
1.4. The purchaser acknowledges that it is obliged to state its personal data (upon registration, in its user account, in an order placed from the web business interface) truthfully and accurately, and that it is obliged to inform the vendor without unnecessary delay of any change to its personal data.
1.5. The vendor may entrust the processing of the personal data of the purchaser to a third party as the processor. With the exception of persons delivering goods, the personal data of the purchaser shall not be forwarded to third parties without the prior consent of the purchaser.
1.6. Personal data shall be processed for an indefinite period. Personal data shall be processed in electronic form in an automated manner or in printed form in a non-automated manner.
1.7. The purchaser confirms that the provided personal data is precise and that it has been instructed that this represents voluntary provision of personal data.
1.8. In the case that the purchaser believes that the vendor or the processor (article 9.5) is conducting processing of its personal data which is in conflict with the protection of the private and personal life of the vendor, or in conflict with the law, especially if the personal data is imprecise with regard to the purpose of its processing, it may:
1.8.1. demand an explanation from the vendor or the processor,
1.8.2. demand that the vendor or processor rectify the state which has ensued. In particular this may concern blocking, performance of a repair, supplementing or liquidation of personal data. If the demand of the purchaser according to the previous sentence is found to be legitimate, the vendor or processor shall rectify the defective state without delay. If the vendor or processor fails to comply with the demand, the purchaser has the right to address the Office for Personal Data Protection directly. This provision does not affect the right of the purchaser to address the Office for Personal Data Protection directly with its initiative.
1.9. If the purchaser requests information concerning the processing of its personal data, the vendor is obliged to provide this information. The vendor has the right to demand commensurate payment for the provision of information according to the previous sentence, which must not exceed the essential costs for the provision of the information.
2. Sending of Business Communication and Placement of Cookies
2.1. The purchaser agrees to the sending of information in connection with the goods, services or business of the vendor to the e-mail address of the purchaser, and further agrees to the sending of business communication by the vendor to the e-mail address of the purchaser.
2.2. The purchaser agrees to the placement of “cookies” on its computer. In the case that it is possible to implement purchase on the website and fulfil the commitments of the vendor as ensue from the Contract of Purchase without cookies being placed on the computer of the purchaser, the purchaser may revoke its consent according to the previous sentence.
3.1. Unless otherwise agreed, all correspondence in connection with the Contract of Purchase must be delivered to the other contracting party in writing, by a-mail, in person or by registered post via a postal services operator (according to the choice of the sender). The correspondence is delivered to the purchaser to the e-mail address stated in its user account.
4. Concluding Provisions
4.1. If a relationship in connection with the use of the website or a legal relationship established by the Contract of Purchase contains an international (foreign) element, the parties arrange that the relationship shall be governed by Czech law. This does not affect the rights of the consumer as ensue from the generally binding legal prescriptions.
4.2. The vendor is authorised to sell goods on the basis of trading authorisation, and the activity of the vendor is not subject to any other permission. The relevant trading authority shall conduct trading inspection within the framework of its jurisdiction.
4.3. If any provision of the Conditions of Business is invalid or ineffective or becomes so, the invalid provision shall be replaced by a provision which is as close as possible in meaning to the invalid provision. The invalidity or ineffectiveness of any one provision shall not affect the validity of the other provisions. Amendments and supplements to the Contract of Purchase or Conditions of Business must be implemented in written form.
4.4. The Contract of Purchase, including the Conditions of Business, is archived in electronic form and is not accessible.
4.5. Contact details of vendor: correspondence address Komořanská 326/63, 14300Praha 4, e-mail address: email@example.com, phone number: +420 244 403 500