THE PRINCIPLES OF USING COOKIES
Cookies are small amounts of data that our servers send to your computer and which help improve the use of our servers and adapt their content to your needs.
Cookies are used by practically all websites all over the world. Cookies increase the user-friendliness of a website you visit repeatedly and are therefore useful to you. If you use the same computer and Internet browser to visit our website, cookies help your computer remember the pages you visit and your site settings.
Our website also facilitates storage, on your computer, of the cookies of the advertising systems that run on our website. We also use Google systems within the bounds of remarketing. We use data from remarketing solely for visitor segmentation, in order to deliver more relevant advertising communication. Segments are created based on several general patterns of visitor behaviour.
There are temporary cookies and persistent cookies. Temporary cookies are only stored on your computer until you close the browser. Temporary cookies allow information to be stored when you move from one website to another and eliminate the need to enter certain data more than once. Persistent cookies help you identify your computer if you visit our website again, but do not allow you to be personally identified in any way. Persistent cookies enable us to customise our pages to your interests, but we cannot personally identify you in any way and we store the relevant data entirely anonymously and do not link them to any other data.
THIS SITE USES GOOGLE ANALYTICS
Google Analytics is broadened by related advertising functions provided by Google: Google Display Network overviews, remarketing (displaying ads on the display network according to viewed products), and expanded demographic reports (reporting anonymous demographic data).
How to disable Google Analytics tracking
If you do not want to provide anonymous data about Internet use to Google Analytics, you can use the plugin which Google provides. Once installed in your browser and activated, data will no longer be sent.
For more information about data processing and usage, see the Google Terms and Conditions.
THE PRINCIPLES OF PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING
Personal data controller and data subject
The personal data controller is the company that operates this website, the booking service.
The data subject is a natural person who has provided the controller with their personal data under a lease agreement, purchase agreement, service contract or other contract concluded with the controller. The data subject may also be a natural person whose personal data the controller has obtained from other lawful sources.
The scope of personal data processing
The controller processes personal data to the extent that they are provided to it by the data subjects, or to the extent to which the controller obtains them from other lawful sources. These data are: first name, surname, date of birth, place of residence, place of business, Company Number, payment card number, Taxpayer Identification Number, e-mail, telephone, signature.
The purpose of personal data processing, general consent
The controller processes the personal data of the data subjects for the purpose of fulfilling a contract concluded between the data subject and the controller by means of remote electronic means of communication, or in writing, in order to fulfil legal obligations, and for the purpose of direct marketing (i.e. offering the controller’s products and services), including sending commercial communications in accordance with Act No 480/2004 Sb. on certain services of the information society.
Evaluating the necessity of processing
The controller ensures protection of the privacy of data subjects, and therefore processes only those personal data which are absolutely necessary for the specified purposes of processing.
The term of personal data processing
In the case of personal data processed for the purpose of fulfilling a contract, the controller processes personal data for the duration of the contract and thereafter for a further period of 10 years, taking into account the length of the limitation period for compensation for damage or loss. In the case of processing for the purpose of fulfilling the legal obligation of the controller, the controller processes personal data for the term specified by legal regulations. In the case of personal data processed based on the consent of the data subject, the controller processes personal data for a period of 10 years, unless consent to the processing of personal data is withdrawn within that time. This shall be without prejudice to the obligation of the controller to process personal data for the period laid down by the relevant legal regulations, or in accordance with them.
Withdrawing consent to personal data processing
If the data subject has given the controller consent to the processing of personal data, they may withdraw their voluntarily-given consent to the processing of personal data at any time, free of charge. The withdrawal of consent shall be without prejudice to the lawfulness of processing based on given consent before consent is withdrawn. The withdrawal of consent shall also not affect the processing of personal data processed by the controller on grounds other than consent (i.e., in particular, if processing is necessary for the performance of a contract, a legal obligation, or on other grounds laid down in valid legal regulations).
Access to personal data
The personal data of data subjects are accessible to the controller and, where appropriate, to third parties/recipients who provide appropriate guarantees and whose processing complies with the requirements of the valid legal regulations and which ensures adequate protection of the rights of data subjects.