Today, NAH's new DATA PROTECTION ISSUES are available.
In this Privacy Statement of the National Accreditation Authority, the European Parliament and the Council (EU) on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Regulation (EC) No 95/46 (General Data Protection Regulation) Regulation 2016/679 and the Act CXII of 2011 on Information Freedom of Information and Freedom of Information. Act on the data handling practices of the Authority, on the measures taken to protect the data and on the possibilities for appeal of visitors.
When using this website, the NAH shall, in accordance with the principle of fair and transparent data management, manage the processing of personal data on the basis of the following.
The range of processed data
When viewing this site, technical operation will automatically record the start and end time of a user's visit, or in some cases - depending on the user's computer configuration - browser, operating system data, and user IP address. From these data, the system automatically generates statistical data. The NAH draws visitors' attention to the fact that the operator of the NAH's website does not associate this data with other personal data, solely for the purpose of making statistics. The appropriateness of data handling is monitored by the NAH appointed Data Protection Officer.
The purpose of data management
Recording and storing the date of the visit, the IP address, the browser and the operating system data are the peculiarities of the operation of the system and their handling is technically indispensable for statistical purposes only. The data controller does not treat personal information for purposes other than the one specified.
Duration of data handling
The NAH homepage will be automatically deleted when the browser is closed.
Access to data, data processors
Personal data will not be transferred to a third party by the NAH as a data controller. In the case of statutory mandatory data transmission, the NAH shall in each case verify the existence of the legal basis for the transmission of data before each official request.
In the event of a violation of your data, the Registrar may apply to the National Privacy and Data Protection Authority or to sue the National Accreditation Authority.
The lawsuit is the lawsuit of the Administrative and Social Court, Budapest.
The content of the website operated by the National Accreditation Authority for informational purposes only.
Intellectual property is the National Accreditation Authority, which can not be used in any form with the prior written permission of the National Accreditation Authority.
If you have any questions or remarks in the privacy statement, please contact the operator's secretary at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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