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Personal data protection conditions

Terms of personal data protection


Basic provisions

1. Operators of personal data according to § 5 letter o) of Act no. 18/2018 Coll. on Personal Data Protection, as amended (hereinafter referred to as the “Act”) is Uber Nutrtition Europe s.r.o, Company ID: 47121629 with its registered office at Fučíkova 17 Senec, Slovakia (hereinafter referred to as the “Operator”).

2. The contact details of the operator are: 

Uber Nutrition Europe s.r.o

Address: Fučíkova 17, Senec, Slovakia

Phone: 0904765808

3. Personal data means all information about an identified or identifiable physical person; an identifiable natural person is a natural person who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to a specific identifier, such as name, identification number, location data, network identifier or by reference to one or more specific elements of physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of that natural person.

4. The operator has not appointed a person responsible for personal data protection. The contact details of the responsible person are as follows:


Sources and categories of personal data processed

1. The operator processes the personal data you have provided to him or the personal data that the operator has obtained on the basis of the fulfilment of your order.

2. The operator processes your identification and contact data and the data necessary for the performance of the contract. 


Legal reason and purpose of personal data processing

1. The legal reason for processing personal data is 

• performance of the contract between you and the operator according to § 13 par. 1 letter b) of the Act,

• the legitimate interest of the operator in the provision of direct marketing (particularly for sending commercial announcements and newsletters) according to § 13 par. 1 letter f) of the Act,

• your consent to processing for the purposes of providing direct marketing (particularly forwarding of business announcements and newsletters) according to § 13 par. 1 letter a) of the Act in the event that no goods or services have been ordered. 

2. The purpose of processing personal data is

• processing your order and exercising the rights and obligations arising from the contractual relationship between you and the operator; when ordering, personal data is required, which is necessary for successful processing of the order (name and address, contact), the provision of personal data is a necessary requirement for the conclusion and performance of the contract, without providing personal data it is not possible to conclude the contract by the operator,

• sending business announcements and performing other marketing activities.

3. There is no automatic individual decision-making on the part of the operator in accordance with § 28 of the Act. You have given your express consent to such processing. 


Retention period of personal data

1. The operator stores personal data

• for the time necessary to exercise the rights and obligations arising from the contractual relationship between the Vamia operator and the assertion of claims under these contractual relationships (for a period of 15 years from the termination of the contractual relationship).

• for as long as the consent to the processing of personal data for marketing purposes is revoked, for a maximum of 5 years, if the personal data are processed on the basis of the consent. 

2. After the expiry of the personal data retention period, the operator will delete the personal data. 


Recipients of personal data (subcontractors of the operator)

1. Recipients of personal data are individuals 

• participating in the supply of goods/services/execution of payments on the basis of a contract,

• providing e-shop operation services (Shoptet) and other services in connection with e-shop operation,

• providing marketing services.

2. The Operator does not/intends to transfer personal data to a third country (to a country outside the EU) or to an international organization. Recipients of personal data in third countries are providers of mailing services/cloud services.


Your rights

1. Under the conditions set out in the Act you have 

• the right to access their personal data pursuant to Section 21 of the Act,

• the right to correct personal data pursuant to Section 22 of the Act, or the restriction of processing pursuant to Section 24 of the Act,

• the right to erase personal data pursuant to Section 23 of the Act,

• the right to object to the processing pursuant to Section 27 of the Act,

• the right to data portability pursuant to Section 26 of the Act,

• the right to revoke the consent to processing in writing or electronically to the address or email of the operator specified in Art. III of these conditions. 

2. You also have the right to file a complaint with the Office for Personal Data Protection if you believe that your right to personal data protection has been violated.


Terms of personal data security

1. The controller declares that it has taken all appropriate technical and organizational measures to secure personal data.

2. The operator has taken technical measures to ensure the storage of data and storage data in paper form, in particular …

3. The operator declares that only persons authorized by him have access to personal data.


Final provisions

1. By submitting an order from the online order form, you confirm that you are familiar with the conditions of personal data protection and that you accept them in full.

2. You agree to these terms by checking your consent via the online form. By checking the consent, you confirm that you are familiar with the conditions of personal data protection and that you accept them in full.

3. The operator is entitled to change these conditions. It will publish a new version of the terms of personal data protection on its website and at the same time send you a new version of these terms and conditions to your e-mail address that you have provided to the operator.

These terms and conditions shall enter into force on 25.5.2018.