Statement of the Processing and Protection of Personal Data
The protection of data and protection of your personal data in particular is very important to us; therefore, we would like to inform you about the methods of processing and protection of personal data that takes place in the course of the operation of the www.zchlegal.cz web site (hereinafter referred to as the “web site“) and in the discharge of the insolvency trustee’s office by Z/C/H Legal v.o.s., advokátní kancelář, with its registered office at Národní 973/41, 110 00 Prague 1, ID no.: 272 22 861 (hereinafter referred to as “Z/C/H Legal“).
Identity and contact details of the personal data administrator
The personal data administrator is an entity which processes your personal data and determines the purpose and means of processing it. The personal data administrator for the purpose of the web site operation and discharge of the insolvency trustee’s office is Z/C/H Legal.
Personal data and how to obtain it
Processing of personal data in web site operation
Personal data is not only the basic identification data of a natural person, such as the name, address, telephone number or date of birth, but also a computer‘s IP address and other location data.
When you visit our web site, information about the use of the web site is automatically collected and evaluated. For the purposes of statistical surveys and to ensure the safety and stability of the system, certain data is evaluated and stored on our web server every time you visit our web site. Your web browser will automatically provide data to our web server for technical reasons when you access our web site. Among other things, it is the date and time of access, the URL referring to web sites, the file being viewed, the volume of data sent, the type and version of the browser, the operating system and your IP address. This data is stored separately from other data you enter in the use of our web site. It is not possible to assign this data to a particular person.
Therefore, when operating our web site, your personal data is collected and processed for the purpose of ascertaining the web site visitors‘ rate or the information about the web site traffic, as well as for the purpose of improving the web site content.
In addition to the above, we are collecting and processing only such data that you provide to us by entering it into our contact form within the scope of your name, surname, email address and possibly your telephone number. The purpose of such processing is to handle your inquiry or comments, while your personal data is stored for as long as your inquiry or comment is being processed, but for a maximum period of 3 months.
If you check the box “I wish to receive the Z/C/H Legal newsletter“, we will include you into our newsletter subscribers‘ list. You can unsubscribe any time by clicking on “Unsubscribe from Z/C/H Legal newsletter“ in the email footer or by sending your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Processing of personal data in the discharge of the insolvency trustee’s office
When discharging the insolvency trustee’s office, we are collecting and processing your personal data solely in connection with your insolvency proceedings and with the fulfilment of obligations imposed upon us as the insolvency trustee by generally binding regulations.
The processing of your personal data is necessary for any and all activities related to the discharge of the insolvency trustee’s office, for ensuring the proper course of insolvency proceedings and for keeping the insolvency file.
In connection with your insolvency proceedings, we are processing your personal data, which includes, in particular, your identification and contact details and any and all other data submitted to us by the insolvency court. We are also processing data on your property and family circumstances, data on your employment or data provided to us by third parties as part of their obligation to cooperate with the insolvency trustee in compliance with Section 43 et seq. of the Insolvency Act.
We are also processing any and all technical data associated with our mutual communication, i.e. the date, time or duration of our communication and, as the case may be, any other data you submit to us throughout our communication that is significant with respect to the insolvency proceedings concerned. We also process records of our communication in the form of telephone call records and written records. You will always be alerted to the fact that your telephone call is being monitored before starting the conversation. If you do not want your telephone call to be monitored, you can reject the monitoring before you start the conversation and contact us via email at email@example.com.
The duration of your personal data processing related to your insolvency proceedings is limited to the period when we actually need your personal data. We will therefore actively process the aforesaid personal data during your insolvency proceedings and we will archive it upon the completion thereof in compliance with generally binding regulations.
Z/C/H Legal newsletter
When you visit our web site, you can use the contact form to request our newsletter as to receive updates and information about our law firm and events in the world of law.
By using the email address that you stated in our contact form, we will then verify that you have actually requested the Z/C/H Legal newsletter or whether someone misused your email address. To verify your interest, we will send you an email to the email address entered in the contact form. Once you have received it, you can confirm it by clicking on the link stated therein. Once you do this, you have subscribed to our newsletter.
You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking on “Unsubscribe from Z/C/H Legal newsletter“ in the email footer, or by sending your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Personal data processors
Where we have no capacity to operate the web site or discharge the insolvency trustee’s office by ourselves, we are using services of other companies that act as processors of your personal data.
When providing services and discharging the insolvency trustee’s office, we are being assisted only by those processors who provided us with sufficient guarantees that they process personal data according to the same principles that we follow.
In operating the web site, the processors are in particular the operators of webhosting services, server and cloud services and search engine providers who assist Z/C/H Legal to improve and optimize the use of their platforms (e.g., Google Analytics, Mail Chimp).
In discharging the insolvency trustee’s office, the processors are in particular the operators of program or technical support services and providers of services associated specifically with the sale or mediation of sale of real property in insolvency proceedings necessary for the discharge of the insolvency trustee’s office who assist Z/C/H Legal to ensure the proper course of the insolvency proceedings.
Web site security
The technical and organizational safety measures we use are designed to ensure that any and all data you provide to us is protected against unconscious and intentional manipulation, loss, destruction or access by unauthorized persons. Z/C/H Legal is constantly developing and improving its security measures in line with the latest technological development. To secure our web site, we use a SSL protocol, which encrypts transmitted data and authenticates the server with digital certificates.
When operating our web site, we use so-called cookies. A cookie is a definition of information that a web server sends to a browser and the browser then sends it back when the web server is accessed later on.
By using cookies, it is possible to store information between accesses to the web site and these files allow the web server to re-identify the visitor’s browser, and thus the visitor himself, or preserve the visitor’s identification even after visiting the web site. The cookies we are using are the following:
- Functional cookies – they mediate the basic functionality of the web site, which would not be able to fully function without them (in the absence of functional cookies, some web site functionalities would not work at all or only to a limited extent);
- Analytical cookies – they count web site traffic and collect anonymous statistics as to enable the operator to better understand their visitors and thus continuously improve the web site;
- Marketing cookies – they collect information for better tailoring of advertisement and commercials to your interests on the web site and outside.
Your rights in personal data processing
With respect to processing of your personal data, you can exercise the following rights against us:
Right to access
Under your right to access, you have the right to receive information whether your personal data is being processed. If we actually process your personal data, you have the right to access your personal data and the right to receive information concerning the processing thereof.
The right to access also includes the right to provide a copy of your personal data. We will provide you with the first copy of your personal data free of charge. If the right to access would be misused by you e.g. by repeated submission of unjustified requests, we are entitled to charge you a fee corresponding to administrative costs of processing the request before handling such request.
Right to correction or amendment
If you assume that your personal data we are processing is incorrect or incomplete, you have the right to have your personal data corrected.
Right to portability
The right to portability represents your right to request that we transfer your personal data provided by you in a structured and machine-readable format to another administrator, if technically feasible.
Right to limit processing
As part of the right to limit processing, you have the right to request that we limit the processing of your personal data if one of the following reasons is met:
- You contest the accuracy of your personal data we process for as long as we verify the accuracy of your personal data;
- You object to the processing of your personal data for as long as we examine the legitimacy of your objection;
- The processing of your personal data is at variance with generally binding regulations but, at the same time, you do not wish us to delete your personal data;
- You need your personal data for the purpose of determination, execution or defense of your legal titles.
Right to expungement (“right to be forgotten“)
As part of the right to expungement, you are entitled to request that we delete your personal data if one of the following reasons is met:
- Your personal data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which we have processed your personal data;
- You withdraw your consent to the processing of your personal data and we have no other reason to process it;
- You object to the processing of your personal data and there is no other legitimate interest existing on our part as to process your personal data;
- We process your personal data in conflict with generally binding regulations;
- An obligation to delete your personal data has been imposed upon us.
We will not delete your personal data if other reasons continue to exist for the processing of your personal data. This is a situation where the processing of your personal data is necessary as to determine, execute or defend our legal titles or meet our legal obligations imposed upon us by generally binding regulations.
Right to withdraw consent
If we process your personal data based on your consent, you are entitled to withdraw your consent at any time.
Right to object
You are entitled to object to the processing of your personal data. If you exercise your right to object, we will not process your personal data unless we substantiate significant legitimate grounds for continuing to process it or for determination, execution or defense of our legal titles. If you object to the processing of your personal data for direct marketing purposes, our legitimate reasons will not be examined.
Right to complain
If you believe that your rights resulting from generally binding regulations have been in any way infringed in the course of the processing of your personal data, you have the right to file a complaint with the Office for the Protection of Personal Data at Pplk. Sochora 27, Post Code 170 00, Prague 7, www.uoou.cz. By exercising the rights mentioned above, your right to file a complaint with the Office for the Protection of Personal Data is not affected in any way.
Exercising your rights
You can contact us any time regarding any matters relating to the processing and protection of personal data or exercise of any right via email@example.com or at our mailing address Z/C/H Legal v.o.s., advokátní kancelář, Prague 1, Národní 973/41, Post Code 110 00.