Information about data processing

for the visitors of the website 

Laszlo Juhasz is a sole entrepreneur who pursues (commercial) activities and handles data related to commercial services.

Laszlo Juhasz (hereafter Service provider) handles data of the visitors of the website (hereafter Website) related to the operation of the site, and the personal data of those who subscribe to a newsletter, request a quote or are interested in the service (hereafter Data Subject / User).

1.    Contact information of the data processing entity

Name: Laszlo Juhasz, sole entrepreneur
Address: 58, Agust-Bebel str. 67069 Ludwigshafen, Germany
Name and phone of legal representative: Laszlo Juhasz, +36 20 212 4735

2.    Personal data handled by Service provider

We request a variety of personal data from the users of our services respecting the guidelines of limited usage of data. This data processing information includes the rules only about the handling the personal data of those who visit the website since personal data can only be collected from natural persons.
Those anonymous pieces of information, that are collected in a way that makes the identification of a person impossible and cannot be interpreted in relation to a natural person, are not considered personal data. Similarly, those pieces of demographic information are not considered personal data that are collected in a way that makes it impossible to connect them with the personal data of natural persons.

The following data is collected:

2.1   From those who subscribe to a newsletter:
-    name
-    email address
-    phone number

2.2    From those who request a quote or interested in the service:
-    name
-    email address
-    phone number

2.3    Underage
Our products and services are not available for children under the age of 16. If you are under 16, please, provide no personal data on this website. In case it turns out that the collected data is of a person under 16, we will delete that data without further delay.

3.    The usage of cookies

Service provider puts cookies to the User's computer, that are unable to identify the user alone in any circumstances. These cookies only identify the computer of the User, but do not store or transmit information about the user's IP address. The cookies used are simple, small text files. No personal data or information is required since when applying the solution, the User does not transfer personal data to the Service Provider, data exchange takes place only and exclusively between computers.

Cookies needed for the operation of the website
The operation of the website requires certain cookies to be placed on the user's computer to make the loading of the pages faster. They also make it possible for the browser of the user to store certain information of the website, that allow the modules of the website to operate in order.

S_LANG (Session)
Function: Stores the visitor's preferred language code in order to load the page in the preferred language on error pages (e.g. 404) and not to re-enter it to the default language of the page if it differs.

barrier-free (7 days)
Function: Function: Controls whether an accessible version of the page is displayed or not. Values: 1 - yes, 0 - no.

b-lvt (1 hour)
Function: Specifies the type of display of the Blog list view.

Function: Prevents another load after the acceptance of a cookie bar. If the Data Subject chooses "Ok", their choice will be saved, so we will not ask for further consent for 1 year.

KRID (Session)
Funcion: it is important in case the user registers on the website or uses the basket function. It is necessary to keep the item in the basket if the user continues the shopping on the website after putting the item in the basket, or keeps the user logged in during the time user browses through the site.

Analytical cookies
Service provider uses Hotjar and Google Analytics, an independent analytical software to learn about the visitors of the website and other web analytics measures. These service providers can provide the User with detailed information about handling this data.

Google Analytics turns the IP address of the user anonymous, and this function is included in the software used by Service provider. Therefore, the IP address cannot be identified and cannot be transmitted to the Service provider. Read more about it here:

We use the anonymous data that we gain to analyze the functional usage of our website and enhance the user experience of our visitors (eg. Optimized navigation, changing the order of information on a page, etc.) with the help of this software.

These metrics include no data of the users that make it possible to positively identify the users, or their IP address or personal data.

You can access the Google data protection policy here:
You can access the Hotjar data protection policy here:

The service providers can provide further information about the applied cookies:

You can find further information about the Hotjar cookies here: 
You can find information about the Google Analytics cookies and their attributes here:

Cookies for advertising activities
The service provider can use advanced online marketing methods of the 21st century, including Google AdWords and Facebook advertisements. These tools use cookies during their operation. 
These cookies help the system to function so that the Data Subjects are not shown irrelevant advertisements, but ones that match their scope of interest. 
Service provider uses remarketing codes of Google AdWords and Facebook on the Portal. Remarketing code also uses cookies. 
The cookies transmit no personal information to Service Provider, they only help display ads about the products and services of Service Provider when User visits websites in the network of Google Display or Facebook.

Manual override of advertising related automatic preferences, intervention and adjustment
User can block the cookies and customize the advertisements in the settings of Google and Facebook at any time.

Data protecting settings of Google can be changed here:

Data protecting settings of Facebook can be found under the Settings menu, on the Ads preferences tab

Blocking and stopping cookies

Change the settings of the browser:
Most browsers include a "Help" function that provide information about:

  • blocking the cookies
  • accepting new cookies
  • making the browser accept certain new cookies, or
  • switching off other cookies

Blocking browser plugins:
In case User doesn't want Google Analytics to measure the above-described data, user can install the blocking function on the browser.

External solution to managing cookies
Users can also manage which advertising cookies are allowed on their computer with the help of external websites. One such site is Adchoices.

4.    Social media extentions

In a normal case, the plugins are blocked on the site. These plugins are also cookies. They are unblocked until the User clicks on a button specifically allowing them (eg. Click on "like" at an article, pin a picture or start to follow the Facebook page of the Service Provider by clicking on "like"). By allowing the plugin, or by clicking on “like” User creates a connection to the social media page, that is, specifically consents to transmitting their data to FAcebook/Twitter/Linked-in/Pinterest/Instagram.
In case User is logged in their Facebook/Twitter/Linked-in/Pinterest/Instagram account, the given social media network may associate their visit with their account.

In case user clicks on the above listed social media buttons, the browser transmits the relevant information directly to the social media network and stores it there.

The purpose and scope of personal information gathered and processed by Facebook/Twitter/Linked-in/Pinterest/Instagram, as well as its use, rights and settings for the protection of your personal data can be found in the privacy statement of the respective social media. 
By using the services of this website, user consents to their data be processed by Google.

5.    Technical information (logfiles)

The system automatically stores logfiles about the following information in order to provide the services of the website:
- dynamic IP of the user's computer
- type of browser and op system of the user, depending on the settings of the user
- activities of the user on the website
This data serves technical purposes on the one hand, such as analysis of the safe operation of servers and their retrospective checkup. This is an automatic IT security process that is logged in the server logs of the system without the consent of the user.
This data is not suitable to positively identify the users and is not linked with any other personal data handled by Service Provider. Log files are stored for 6 months after the user visits the site.

6.    Legal grounds and purpose of data processing

6.1 For newsletter subscribers
data processing is carried out with the consent of the data subjects, new trends related to the products and services of the service provider, information about new services, new products, possible special offers for the purpose of continuous information.

6.2 In case of prospective clients requesting a quote or information
the data is used to provide a customized service for the Users before the contract is signed, as well as providing a quote for the Users that may serve as the bases of the future contract or order.

7.    Length of data stored

7.1 Newsletter subscribers
Their data will be processed until their consent is withdrawn. They can do this by clicking on the "unsubscribe" link in the footer of the newsletters automatically or by e-mail with the label "Unsubscribe" in the subject line, sending it to the e-mail address specified in section 1.

7.2 In case of prospective clients requesting a quote or information
If the contract is signed, the data is stored within the scope of the contract or for 8 years in accordance with the accounting legal regulations. If the contract is not signed, i.e., the goal has not been achieved, the data is stored until the 1st of March of the year after the quote expires.

8.   People authorized to view the data, data transmission, data processing

The employees of Service Provider are entitled to view the data of users, but they cannot publish it. The data of users can be transferred to third party exclusively upon the request of the user, and only to the party specified by user.

A Szolgáltató tevékenysége során felmerülő feladatok elvégzése céljából (könyvelés, elektronikus számla kiállítása, hírlevél kiküldése) adatfeldolgozót vehet igénybe.

Service Provider can use data processing staff to handle tasks related to Service Provider's operation (such as accounting, issuing electronic invoice, sending newsletters).
The Service Provider's newsletter sending system stores the data in a third country, however, the data processor complies in all cases with the European data protection directives and the guarantees prescribed thereof. You can read more about compliance here: MailChimp GDPR prepare

Categories of data processing staff and their contact information:

Category: accounting

Name: The Rocket Science Group
Address: LLC 675 Ponce de Leon Ave NE Atlanta, GA 30308 USA
Category: MailChimp, newsletter sending system

Name: DBI Szoftver Kft
Address: 2 Vágóhíd str. 4034 Debrecen
Category: website operator

9. User's rights and possible legal remedies

9.1 User can request Service Provider
a) to provide information about processing their personal data
b) to correct their persona data
c) to delete or classify their personal data, except for the obligatory data processing cases
d) to transfer their data to another data processor.

9.2 Service Provider must provide written information about the data they process within 30 days upon receiving such a request the latest. Service provider must also provide information about the source, the purpose, the legal bases, timeframe of processing the data as well as the external data processing staff, their address and any activity related to processing the data. Furthermore, Service Provider must provide information about the legal bases and receiver of transferred data.

The information must be provided free of charge if user submitted no similar claim to Service Provider in the given year. In other cases, Service Provider is entitled to set a fee for providing such information. However, the fee must be re-paid if it turns out that the Service Provider was not entitled to handle the data or the claim resulted in correction of data.

Service Provider keeps records of transferred data to provide transparency of legal bases, and to inform the data subject, that includes the time and day, the receiver, the legal bases, the scope of personal data and any further information required by the law requiring data processing.

Service Provider keeps records of data processing incidents to monitor the steps related to the incidents and to keep the User informed. This record includes the scope of personal data involved, the scope and number of data subjects affected by the data protection incident, the date of the incident, the circumstances, its results and the measures to solve the issue as well as any further information required by the law requiring data processing.

9.3 User is entitled to request the correction of data or removal of incorrectly recorded data. Such a request must be submitted in written form through the mail or in an email. Service Provider must delete the data within 3 days upon the arrival of the request without a possibility to restore it. Deletion does not apply to data processing required under the law (e.g. accounting regulations), those data is kept until the necessary term ends.

9.4 User can request their data to be classified or transferred to another data processor. Service provider will classify the data of the user upon request, or, if a potential breach of personal information is harmful to the rights of the User. Such classified data can only be kept until there is a rightful reason that may block the data from being deleted.

User needs to be informed about correcting, classifying or deleting their data, and all the other parties who have received the data of the user earlier. This may be waived if that does not harm the rights of the User.
The Service provider must inform the User in writing about the reasons for rejecting the request within 30 days upon the arrival of the request, if they do not fulfill the User's request to correct, classify or delete the data of the User.

Furthermore, User can notify the Service provider through its contacts indicated in point 9.5 about the following:

  • User can request their data to be transferred to another data processor in case the data handling is based on a contract or consent, and Service provider handles the data automatically.
  • User can also revoke their previous consent to data handling.

User can protest against their data being processed. Service provider must examine the protest within the shortest possible period, but up to 15 days and make a decision about the claim as well as inform the user in writing about the decision. Upon rejecting the claim for correction, classification or deletion, the Service provider must inform the User about legal remedies.

Information about data security
Service provider ensures the default and built-in data protection. Service provider makes the necessary technical and process related steps in order to:

  • clearly define the access to data
  • only authorize people to access the data who need to have access to them in order to perform their tasks, and even in this case, only to the minimum necessary data
  • takes due care in selecting the staff that can handle the data and includes the necessary non-disclosure provisions in their contracts
  • ensures the handled data's integrity, validity and protection

Service provider takes due physical, technical and organizational actions to protect the data with special regards to protecting it against being accidentally or illegally deleted, lost, changed, used, accessed or processed. Service provider must inform the user immediately upon learning about the unauthorized access or usage of the data that may pose high risk to the user.

Service provider takes due actions to protect the data if it needs to be transferred, for example with the help of encrypting the data. Service provider is fully responsible for the actions of third parties related to the data of the User.

Service provider must make proper and regular security copies to protect the data of the User against it being lost or deleted.

9.5 The data subject may exercise their rights at the following contact details:
Mailing address:  Laszlo Juhasz, 58, Agust-Bebel str., 67069 Ludwigshafen, Germany

User can contact the Service provider with questions or suggestions related to data protection through the contact channels listed in point 9.5.

9.6 Based on the GDPR, the Information Act and the Civil Act (2013. V.), User can:

  • request help from the National Data Protection and Information Freedom Agency - NAIH (22/c Szilágyi Erzsébet fasor, 1125 Budapest, or
  • enforce their right at Court

9.7 If user provided a 3rd person's data to access the services of Service provider or to subscribe to the newsletter or did any legal or other harm during the use of the Website, Service provider is entitled to claim compensation. In such case, Service provider will give any possible help to the authorities conducting an investigation to find the offender.

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