Privacy Policy


The purpose of information

The purpose of this privacy statement is to record and apply the privacy and data
protection principles of the website, operated by
Gabriella Szabó, and inform the site visitors in a clear format.

Data handler’s name and contact information
Name: Szabó Gabriella
Email: szabo.gabriella.judit [at]

The handled personal data
Personal information is handled through our contact system.
Personal data processed:
– Name,
– Email address.
In addition, when visiting the website, the data handler manages the IP address,
used by the visitor, which, however, does not carry information about the visitor as a
natural person, only identifies the ISP used by the visitor.

The purpose of data management

Personal data will only be processed connected to a specific purpose. We will not
use personal information for any purpose other than its original purpose.
The data to which we become aware are handled in accordance with the privacy
principles set forth in GDPR, Information law and this information will not be
disclosed to third parties.
Personal data will be processed by the data handler with the consent of the data

Legal basis for data management
– the consent of the data owner pursuant to Article 6 (1) (a) of the GDPR;

Data management period

The data handler shall process the personal data of the contact persons
electronically for 24 months from the date of the contact, after which the data shall be
deleted from the system.

Access to personal information

Prior to the recording or processing of any personal data as defined above, the link to
this information will be placed at the bottom of the landing page of our website in a
clear, eye-catching and unambiguous manner.
Through our contact information provided in the introduction, information can be
requested in writing on the personal data of the data owner, on what legal basis, for
what purpose, from what source, and for how long we use the given data. We will
respond to this request within 30 days after contacting us.
Personal data will be deleted if its processing is unlawful; if the user of the site
requests the deletion of his / her personal data; if personal data is incomplete or
incorrect and this condition cannot be legally remedied, unless deletion is excluded
by law; if the purpose of data processing has ceased to exist or the statutory time
limit for the storage of personal data has expired and the deletion of the personal
data has been ordered by a court or authority.
Through our contact information in the introduction, you may request in writing that
we restrict the personal information of the user of the site. The restriction will
continue as long as the reason given by the user of the site requires the storage of
the data. For example, you may request a restriction on your data if you believe that
your data has been unlawfully processed, but it is necessary that your data is not
deleted in order for you to take legal or judicial action. In this case, personal data will
be retained until you contact the authority or the court, and then deleted.

Data security measures

The data handler shall take all necessary precautions to prevent accidental or
intentional destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorized disclosure or unauthorized
access to any data that it processes or stores.

Who is entitled to access the data
The data handler can access the provided personal data.

Cookie management

General information

The data handler’s website uses cookies. A cookie is a short text file that is stored by
your browser and remembers information when switching between webpages. The
data handler uses a number of internal cookies that are generated and used by the
website. These allow us to remember every detail of the browsing as we go through
the page, to customer information, so that we can show the right. They also help us
understand the user habits, so that we can improve the use of the site. Cookies can
only store text, which is always anonymous and generally encrypted. Under no
circumstances will the data handler store personal information by means of cookies.

What are the cookies?

Cookies are small text files generated by the websites we visit, these cookies contain
session information that may be useful to the site in the future. The data allows the
site to retain the information it has received during page changes and to analyze the
way the page is used by the visitor. Cookies are secure, they can only store
information that the browser saves there, that is, information provided by the user
during browsing. Cookies are not capable of executing codes or allow them to
access another computer. If a website encrypts the information contained in a
cookie, only that website can read that information. There are two types of cookies:
the session cookie and the persistent cookie. They are used for different purposes
and contain different information.
Session cookies contain information used of the session in the current browser.
These cookies are automatically deleted when the browser is closed. Nothing is left
on the user’s machine beyond the time they spend on that web site.
Persistent cookies are used to store information between visits to a website. This
information allows the page to recognize if you are dealing with a returning visitor
and to react accordingly. Permanent cookies are valid for the duration set by the
website, which can range from a few minutes to several years.

Why do we use cookies?

We use cookies to track a visitor’s session as they navigate through the page,
tracking the details of their browsing. This gives us valuable information that we can
use to improve our website and services.

How to disable and clear cookies?

All web browsers allow you to restrict your cookie activity or to disable cookies within
your browser settings or options. The steps for this can vary from browser to
browser, and you can find instructions in the browser Help menu. You can also view
cookies on your computer in your browser, delete some or all of them. Cookies are
text files, so you can open them to read their contents. The data on them is often
encrypted or just a numeric key that corresponds to a given web session and cannot
be interpreted by the web site that created it.

What cookies does the website create?

Session cookies used by data handler contain data used by the web server hardware
from the server that processes the session. Traffic data helps identify returning
customers to the site. Removing these cookies will not affect the usability or
functionality of the website.

The cookies of our technology partners
Google Analytics

Google Analytics is provided by Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain
View, CA 94043, USA (“Google”).
You can object to the collection and management of your data by downloading and
installing a plug-in that complements your browser’s basic software:

Other information
In the event of a violation of the data management principles, our visitors can pursue
their claims at court in civil litigation. The court has jurisdiction to hear and determine
the lawsuit. The lawsuit may also be instituted before the court of the place where the
client concerned is domiciled (see the list and contact details of these courts at
In addition, they may request assistance from the National Data Protection and
Freedom of Information Authority (1125 Budapest, Szilágyi Erzsébet fasor 22 / C;
postal address: 1530 Budapest, Pf. 5).
Budapest, October 12, 2019