Dear Stamp Collecting and Stamp Loving Visitors,
Magyar Posta informs its customers about all new stamp issues and the successes achieved by Hungarian stamps in a newsletter.
If you would also like to receive regular updates on new Hungarian stamp issues and important information, please fill out our privacy statement.
CONSENT TO DATA PROCESSING
for receiving offers, product and service data sheets and promotions
I request the sending of information material on Hungarian stamps, news and information on commemorative stamps and of other philatelic nature by post and/or email/telephone.
I hereby consent to the processing by Magyar Posta of my data indicated below for the purpose of sending me offers regarding philatelic products as well as product and service data sheets and promotions.*
I request that contact be made to me via the communication channel below (Please enter the data in accordance with the channel(s) selected) *
What type of data do we process?
Your data provided on the data sheet: name, telephone number, address, e-mail address and the language in which you request offers.
What authorises Magyar Posta to process data?
The voluntary consent of the data subject, which is provided by checking the checkbox on the registration interface and by registering on said interface. [Article 6(1)(a) of the General Data Protection Regulation and Section 6(1) of Act XLVIII of 2008 on the basic requirements and certain restrictions of commercial advertising activities]
For what purposes does Magyar Posta process data?
We process your data in order to send you offers regarding philatelic products, product and service data sheets and promotions by letter, e-mail or telephone.
How long is your data processed?
We process your data until you withdraw your consent, or in the lack thereof, for 5 years following receipt of this declaration at the latest. Following withdrawal of your consent or the expiration of the deadline, your data will no longer be used for purposes of direct marketing, and the data will be erased.
How can you withdraw your consent?
You can withdraw your consent at any time without limitations, free of charge, by stating your identification data in a letter sent by post to Magyar Posta Filatéliai Osztály, Budapest, H-1560, or in an email sent to the address email@example.com.
Who can have access to your data?
Your data can be accessed by employees in charge of sending offers, product and service data sheets and promotions, and by employees in charge of communication. Your data is not forwarded to any third party.
Do we use data processors?
No data processors are used for data processing.
What are your rights?
Magyar Posta Zrt. shall respond to the request of the data subject without any undue delay, but no later than within 1 month from the date of submission of the request. If the request is very complex or a large number of requests have been submitted, then Magyar Posta Zrt. is entitled to extend the deadline by an additional 2 months, but the data subject shall be informed of this fact within 1 month.
If for any reason we are unable to fulfil the request of the data subject, we will likewise inform them of the reasons for this within 1 month from the date of submission of the request.
We hereby inform the data subjects that in case of unfounded or repetitive or excessive requests referring to the same data, we may charge a fee for fulfilment or deny the request.
Magyar Posta Zrt. hereby informs the data subjects that in case they indicate in their request for data erasure, rectification or the restriction of data processing that Magyar Posta Zrt. should inform them of the persons who have processed their data or to whom said data have been transmitted, then Magyar Posta Zrt. shall provide information to the data subjects on these persons in its reply concerning the fulfilment of their request.
8.1. Request for access (information):
The data subjects may request information at any time about whether Magyar Posta Zrt. processes their data or not and if the answer is yes, then they can also have access to them.
If the data subjects do not specify in their requests what they wish to know about the processing of their data then, in addition to their data, they will be informed of the following:
- their data processed by Magyar Posta Zrt.,
- their source (source of data),
- the purpose of processing by Magyar Posta Zrt. (purpose of processing),
- the grounds entitling Magyar Posta to process data (the legal ground),
- the start and end dates of processing by Magyar Posta (duration),
- whether Magyar Posta involves a data processor in processing the data,
- the parties to whom Magyar Posta, Zrt. disclosed or will disclose the data,
- the rights of data subjects relating to the processing of their data
- what guarantees adequate data processing if Magyar Posta Zrt. transfers the data of the data subject outside the EEA (Member States of the European Union and Norway, Lichtenstein, Iceland) or to an international organisation.
8.2. Request for the rectification (amendment) of data
The data subject may request the rectification of their data. If the data subject's data that Magyar Posta Zrt. processes are erroneous or untrue, the data subject may request the amendment thereof and the processing of the correct, true data.
The data subject must prove the authenticity of the data to be amended and verify that they are entitled to request the amendment. Only in this way can Magyar Posta Zrt. assess whether the new data are true and, if they are, whether the old data can be amended.
If it is unclear whether the data processed are correct or accurate, Magyar Posta Zrt. will not rectify the data, only restrict them until the accuracy of the data is established.
8.3 Request for the erasure of data
The data subject may request the erasure of their data.
In case of data processing based on the consent of the data subject, Magyar Posta Zrt. considers the request for erasure as a withdrawal of consent, and erases the personal data. Data will not be erased only in case the processing of said data is necessary
- for the performance of a contract to which the data subject is party or in order to take steps at the request of the data subject prior to entering into a contract,
- for the performance of a legal obligation or a task in the public interest, or
- for the protection of the vital interests of the data subject or others or
- for the enforcement of the legitimate interests of Magyar Posta Zrt. or a third party.
8.4 Request for restriction of processing
The data subject may request that Magyar Posta Zrt. restrict the processing of their data. In this case, Magyar Posta Zrt. will not use the data of the data subject, and will only store them. Magyar Posta Zrt. restricts the processing of the data subject’s data if the data subject
- disputes that their data processed by Magyar Posta Zrt. are accurate but the accuracy of the data of the data subject still have to be verified,
- objects to their data being erased by Magyar Posta Zrt. and requests them to be kept,
- requests their data to be kept by Magyar Posta Zrt. because they intend to enforce a legal claim by using them (e.g. launching a lawsuit)
Magyar Posta Zrt. informs the data subject of the release of the blocking in advance.
8.5 Request for data portability
The data subject may request that Magyar Posta Zrt. give them their data processed in the IT system provided to Magyar Posta Zrt. in electronic format, so that they can hand said data over to another data controller.
Magyar Posta Zrt. provides the data requested in .xml or .csv format depending on the functionality of the data processing system.
If the data subject requests that Magyar Posta Zrt. directly transmit their data to another data controller, then Magyar Posta Zrt. checks whether it has a suitable data connection that allows the safe and legal transmission of data, and if so, transmits the data directly.
Where can you turn to protect your rights?
We recommend that you first contact Magyar Posta Zrt. with your complaint (by letter to the Customer Service Directorate, H-3512 Miskolc, by fax to +36-46-320-136, and by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org,to enable us to deal with the issue. You may also turn to the National Authority for Data Protection and Freedom of Information (address: H-1055 Budapest, Falk Miksa utca 9-11., postal address: H-1363 Budapest, Pf.: 9., e-mail: email@example.com, website: naih.hu) or to the regional court having jurisdiction over either your place of residence or your place of stay (whichever you choose).