Protection of personal data
1. Ki-Wi Digital s.r.o., with its registered office at Lidická 971/25, Brno, 602 00, Company ID no. 27816451, registered at the Brno Regional Court, Section C, file 92606, will process in the case of your enquiry after services – in the meaning of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council 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) (hereinbefore and hereinafter as the “Regulation”) – the following personal data:
- First name and surname,
- Email address,
- Name of company,
- Telephone number.
2. The first name and surname, email address, name of company and telephone number need to be processed in order to create an offer of services, negotiate such offer, or else to respond to your submitted enquiry. Such processing is permitted by Art. 6 Paragraph 1b) of the Regulation. These personal data will be processed by Ki-Wi Digital s.r.o. for the duration of negotiating an agreement between you and Ki-Wi Digital s.r.o., at most for a duration of 1 year from the time of your enquiry, unless you grant consent for further processing.
3. The processing of personal data shall be carried out by Ki-Wi Digital s.r.o., i.e. the company shall be the administrator of personal data.
4. Pease bear in mind that, according to the Protection of Personal Data Act, you are entitled to:
- request information from us regarding what personal data of yours we are processing, and to ask for a copy of such data,
- ask us for an explanation with regards to the processing of personal data,
- demand access to such data and have them up-dated or corrected,
- ask us to delete such personal data; such deletion will result in termination of negotiations to enter an agreement and will only be carried out provided the interests of the joint administrators do not supersede your interest in privacy,
- in the case of doubts over compliance with obligations relating to the processing of personal data, contact us, the Office for Personal Data Protection, or take the matter to court.