HARD DOG RACE Kft. (head office: 1024 Budapest, Lövőház utca 2-6., 4. em., business registry number: 01-09-291006) henceforth referred to as Data Handler (the organiser of the Race) and Trendline Kft. (head office: 1092 Budapest, Ráday u. 24/b., business registry number: 01-09-560558) henceforth: Operator, in accordance with Act CXII of 2011, are liable to the contents of this document, and accept responsibility to ensure that all data management related to their services conforms to the relevant Hungarian laws and to the rules specified in the present document.
The Data Handler shall pay special attention to the protection of the privacy of their partners and clients and respect their rights to informational sovereignty. Therefore, the Data Handler guarantees to do everything in their power to ensure that all personal data provided to them will be handled discretely and safely.
This document is always available at www.harddograce.com/rules-of-privacy-protection, however the Data Handler reserves the right to change the contents at any time. Those affected by these changes are notified via the website’s announcement.
Rules concerning personal data handling and data provision
The Data Handler and Operator will use the following data in order to execute the race in accordance with the relevant laws: the Racer’s data as specified on the application website: name, place and date of birth, mother’s name, postal address, e-mail address, telephone number, telephone number of the person to be notified in case of accident, dog’s data: name, chip number, vaccination book or dog passport number, and possible taxes or other charges. Data required for invoicing and other possible data necessary for payment by the organiser.
Data acquired during Registrations are confidential. The Operator in charge of data processing may use them to facilitate the Race’s execution. Apart from the Operator, only the data handler, that is, the Organiser may have access to the data.
Racers automatically agree to and accept the Rules of Competition and the Rules of Privacy Protection by competing, and they also agree to the following:
a) data provision is voluntary, data handling is made possible by the voluntary contribution of data; the racer provides their consent to data handling by competing in the Race, finishing the application process and providing the personal data voluntarily;
b) data process is carried out by the Operator;
c) the Organiser may make use of the racers’ personal data and personal information free of charge to execute and document the race;
d) The racer, by accepting the Rules, accepts that the Data Handler or the Operator will send newsletters and information regarding the next race to the e-mail address provided during application.
e) Organiser, as the data handler of the Hard Dog Race races, agrees to store the racers’ data until the next race, so the racers would not have to register with their data before every race. If the Racer does not wish to use this service, they have the opportunity to have all their data deleted after the Race is concluded.
This Race’s data is handled by the Organiser, data processing is carried out by the Operator.
Data shall not be handed over to a third party without the data owner’s (Racer) permission and knowledge, except where required by law.
The Organiser guarantees that all stages of data handling are carried out in accordance with the laws in effect. The relevant rights and rules of appeal are specified by Act CXII of 2011 of informational self-determination and data protection (henceforth referred to as Info Law). The Racer may ask for the rectification or deletion of their data, or information regarding the handling thereof. The Racer may apply to court for redress. Racers who wish to have their data deleted or modified in the database, they may request this at any time without needing to provide a reason, free of charge, by e-mailing to firstname.lastname@example.org or by sending a written letter to the Organiser’s office. In both cases, the subject of the message should be: Hard Dog Race [time of the race] data deletion. The Racer accepts that the deletion of their data during the Race will result in their disqualification, as the Organiser cannot ensure their participation without the required data.
The Organiser is liable to conform to their duties specified by Act CXIX of 1995 of management of name and address data for the purposes of direct marketing and research.
Participants have the right to protest against the handling of their data. The Organiser is liable to examine the complaint as soon as possible but within a maximum of 15 days, makes a decision on its validity, and informs the complainant in writing.
In accordance with the Info Law and the Civil Code, The Racer may apply to court or National Agency for Data Protection (1125 Budapest, Szilágyi Erzsébet fasor 22/c.; www.naih.hu) for redress.
The Organiser has informed the National Agency for Data Protection of the data management specified by the Rules of Competition; the Agency has registered it under the file NAIH-112808/2017.
By this document, HARD DOG RACE Kft. has fulfilled its duties for preliminary information, as specified by the Act CXII of 2011 of informational self-determination and freedom of information.
The Rules of Privacy Protection has been prepared in Hungarian and English languages.
Should any interpretation differences or linguistic problems occur, the Hungarian version is prevail.
Budapest, 7th February 2017
HARD DOG RACE Kft.