Terms of personal data protection

Privacy Statement

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which has been in force since 25 May 2018, aims to protect the rights (especially) of European Union citizens against unauthorized use of their personal data.

Before using the olympland.cz website, you must first familiarize yourself with the Terms of Use of the olympland.cz website.

Personal information we collect on websites

You can visit and use our website without giving us any personal information. We only collect personal data if you voluntarily provide it to us. The data we process will only be used for the purpose for which you have given your consent, unless applicable law allows otherwise. We will only store your personal data for the time necessary to achieve the purpose of the service you have requested or the purpose for which you have given your consent, unless otherwise permitted by applicable law.

What information is collected?

Information is collected from users who register on the olympland.cz website, subscribe to news or use the contact form. The purpose of their processing is mainly:

  • Sending news and offering other services to Pratr as
  • control and administration of user accounts,
  • fulfillment of all obligations according to contracts concluded with users and performance and protection of all rights of the Company according to these contracts and according to the law,
  • fulfillment of legal obligations
  • marketing purposes
  • fast communication and booking processing by Pratr as.

The Company collects, processes and stores personal data only for the specified purpose and only to the extent necessary to fulfill this purpose. The company never conceals the purpose for which personal data is collected and further processed.

The company processes and stores personal data only for the time necessary to fulfill the purpose of their processing or for the period for which the user has given his consent to the processing of his personal data. The company complies with the rules of mandatory data archiving.

The company may process personal data only with the consent of users, and except in situations provided by law in which consent is not required. The Company provides data protection against unauthorized or accidental access, against alteration, destruction, loss, unauthorized transfers, or other unauthorized processing, as well as other misuse of records that contain personal data.

As soon as the purpose for which the personal data was processed ceases to exist or the period for which the consent to the processing of personal data has been granted has elapsed and after the expiry of the disposal periods, the Company will liquidate the personal data.

Users' personal data, whether public or private, will not be provided, stolen, exchanged, transferred or otherwise communicated to a third party without the express consent of the user.

The e-mail address provided by the user can be used to send information or other requests or questions from the operator.

Does the olympland.cz website use cookies?

Yes. You can find the rules on the use of cookies in a separate section.

Third party links

olympland.cz may offer third party products or services on the olympland.cz website. These third party activities (sites) are separate and independent privacy policies of olympland.cz. The company is not responsible for the content and synthesis activities of the linked sites. olympland.cz strives to protect the integrity of the website and any feedback is welcome.

This privacy policy applies only to information collected through the olympland.cz internet address online, but not to information collected offline.

Your consent

By using the olympland.cz website, the user expressly agrees to the conditions of their use and its privacy policy.

Data subjects have a right

The right of access enables the data subject to ascertain whether and, if so, what data on his or her person the controller processes and stores, the purpose, legal basis, method and time of processing and the recipients to whom the personal data are disclosed. Likewise, each data subject has the right to copies of all personal data processed about him by the controller. However, this should never affect the rights of others (especially the right to the protection of their personal data, but may also be the protection of intellectual property or trade secrets), or jeopardize national security. Data subjects should also be informed whether their personal data is used for automatic decision-making or profiling. In this context, the data subject shall also have the right to know what procedures, significance and expected consequences such processing may entail.

The right of rectification allows the data subject to seek redress if he finds that the data recorded is incorrect, inaccurate or incomplete. The controller must ensure that the correction is carried out without undue delay. To this end, the administrator shall ensure an appropriate uniform application and processing procedure, eg through online correction requests.

Right to delete (or the right to be forgotten) allows the data subject to request the removal of his data from the controller's records if any of the following occurs:

  • Personal data are recorded and processed illegally, eg the specified processing time has elapsed;
  • the processing was based on consent that has been revoked and there is no other legal reason for their processing;
  • the parent does not consent to the processing of their child's personal data (if the data is processed on the basis of consent for information society services).
  • personal data are no longer needed for the purpose for which they were stored and processed;
  • the data subject objects to processing based on the legitimate interests of the personal data controller and these legitimate interests do not outweigh the interest in the protection of the personal data of the citizen.

In the case of exercising the right to deletion, the data subject is entitled to request the deletion of all occurrences and references to his personal data in all their copies.

The right to restrict processing Instructs the personal data controller to restrict the processing of personal data of a citizen for the following reasons:

  • If the data subject argues that the data processed are inaccurate, it may be possible to limit the processing to the time necessary to verify the accuracy of the personal data;
  • if there is no legal basis for the processing of personal data, the data subject may, instead of deleting it, request a processing restriction (ie that the controller only retains it for a limited period of time but does not otherwise process it);
  • although personal data are no longer needed for the intended purpose of the controller, they may still be needed for the citizen, eg to defend any legal claims;
  • if the data subject has already objected to the processing of the data, he shall at the same time be entitled to request that the processing be limited to the time necessary to verify that the legitimate interests of the controller outweigh the interests of the data subject.

The right to object allows the data subject to defend himself against the processing of his personal data based on a legitimate or public interest of the personal data controller. In the event of the data subject's objections, the controller has the obligation to verify and duly substantiate whether legitimate or public interests outweigh the data subject's interests in the protection of his or her personal data.

Right to portability allows the data subject to obtain his personal data in a structured machine-readable form. It may also require that this data be passed directly to another controller, if (technically) possible and feasible. However, the law only applies in cases where the processing of personal data is based on consent or a contract.

Citizens can exercise these rights:

  • orally - at the headquarters of the organization
  • in writing - in person at the headquarters of the organization or by post to the address of the headquarters of the organization
    • Náchodská 524, 541 03 TRUTNOV, Czech Republic
  • by e-mail: [email protected]
  • by phone at: 737 278 923

Deadline for processing the application:

Applications will be processed within one month of receiving the application. The time limit may be extended by two months in exceptional cases, in particular because of the complexity and difficulty of the case, of which the data subject must be informed by the controller, including the reasons for the extension.

Procedure for exercising the following data subject rights:

  1. Acceptance of the application
  2. Applicant identification
  3. Evaluation of the application
  4. Decision on the application
  5. Enforcement of decisions
  6. Informing the applicant