Nap-Mandala Kft (hereinafter referred to as: Service Provider) respects the personal data of its customers.
The Service Provider is obliged to comply with the following legal regulations and recommendations related to data management:
o Fundamental Law of Hungary Article VI.
o Act IV. of 1959. §83. on the Civil Code
o Act CXII. of 2011. on Informational Self-Determination and the Freedom of Information (Info Act)
o Act CVIII. of 2001. – Act on E-commerce (On certain aspects of information society services),
o Act VI. of 1998. on the protection of individuals with regard to automatic processing of personal data (Strasbourg, 28th January 1981.)
o the recommendations of "Online Privacy Alliance".
The Service Provider collects data in order to ensure, maintain and protect its existing services and to develop its new services, and manages them for the shortest possible time for the specific purposes arising from the services, taking into account the principles of data saving and data avoidance.
The Service Provider`s websites can be visited without providing any data. However, there are some types of services that necessarily involve the provision of data. One of thes examples is online shopping.
In these cases, the most necessary data for the purchase will be recorded only for the purpose of carrying out online transaction, invoicing or home delivery of the product as long as it is necessary; including in this duration the case of a complaint, warranty and guarantee, that is, the case of storage for the purpose of proving the terms of the contract at a later date. After that, the provided data will be deleted.
The Service Provider is not entitled to disclose the customer`s data to third parties, unless the customer has expressly consented to this or the third party qualifies as a related business of the Service Provider. Related companies are subject to the same data protection obligations as the current privacy statement.
In connection with the operated hosting, the Service Provider and its related companies, as intermediary service providers, are not responsible for the fulfillment of the data protection obligation undertaken by others.
The users of the service have the opportunity to prohibit the data management detailed above in the form of a written statement addressed to the Service Provider prior to its use and continuously during the use. However, in connection with this prohibition, in view of the need for the technical data base that is essential for the handling of complaints, the customer must take into account the possible unfeasibility of the service.