PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING

INFORMATION ABOUT PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 8 AND 15 OF PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION ACT

Whereas:

  1. (A)  The company Pribinova 25 a.s., with its registered office at Karloveská 34, 841 04 Bratislava, Identification No. 35 945 320, registered with the Companies Register of District Court Bratislava I, section: Sa, insert No. 6278/B (hereinafter referred to as the “Company”) is constructing the multi-purpose real estate project commercially known as “Tower 115” (hereinafter referred to as the “Project”);

  2. (B)  The company J & T REAL ESTATE, a.s., with its registered office at Dvořákovo nábrežie 10, 811 02 Bratislava, Identification No.: 35 712 155, registered with the Companies Register of District Court Bratislava I, section: Sa, insert No. 1352/B (hereinafter referred to as “J & T REAL ESTATE”), provides the Company with business consultancy in the area of sales support and administration, marketing and other business activities related to the Project, thus meeting the definition of a processor pursuant to Section 8 of Act No. 122/2013 Coll., on Personal Data Protection, as amended (hereinafter referred to as “Personal Data Protection Act”);

  3. (C)  J & T REAL ESTATE operates the website www.tower115.sk on behalf and to the account of the Company;

J & T REAL ESTATE as the processor hereby informs the data subjects about the processing of personal data on behalf of the Company as the controller pursuant to Section 15 (1) in conjunction with Section 8 (9) of Personal Data Protection Act.

1. Controller‘s identification data

The controller shall mean the company Pribinova 25 a.s., with its registered office at Karloveská 34, 841 04 Bratislava, Identification No. 35 945 320, registered with the Companies Register of District Court Bratislava I, section: Sa, insert No. 6278/B.

2. Processor’s identification data

The processor shall mean the company J & T REAL ESTATE, a.s., with its registered office at Dvořákovo nábrežie 10, 811 02 Bratislava, Identification No.: 35 712 155, registered with the Companies Register of District Court Bratislava I, section: Sa, insert No. 1352/B.

3. Purpose of personal data processing

The purpose of personal data processing is the provision of high-quality commercial information services, in particular, securing of informing the data subjects about the Project, supply of the required information and details about the particular offer or response to the questions of the data subject. The purpose of personal data processing is also a subsequent marketing activity performed by means of direct marketing, in particular, direct mail, addressed offering and the like.

4. List of personal data and their extent

  1. (a)  first name and surname;

  2. (b)  e-mail address;

  3. (c)  phone number.

5. Instruction about optionality or obligation to provide the required personal data

J & T REAL ESTATE as the processor obtains personal data with consent of the data subject based on

the completion of a registration form on the website and sending off the registration form to the website’s administrator, J & T REAL ESTATE. Upon the registration, the data subject shall complete its first name, surname, e-mail address and phone number. The only mandatory information is the e- mail address; J & T REAL ESTATE will send any information or answers to questions to the entered e- mail address. If the provided data cannot be deemed personal data in their entirety (they are not attributable to a particular individual), J & T REAL ESTATE shall keep them on record for the purposes of direct marketing on an anonymous basis.

6. Third parties or a circle of third parties to whom personal data will be provided or disclosed. Forms of publication of personal data. Transmission of personal data to third countries.

Personal data are not provided or disclosed to third parties, unless required by mandatory laws. Personal data are not subject to publication. Personal data will not be transmitted to third countries.

7. Instruction about the data subject’s rights

A data subject has the rights in the extent defined in Sections 28 through 30 of Personal Data Protection Act. Pursuant to Section 28 of the Act, the data subject shall be entitled to request from the controller by a written application:

  1. (a)  confirmation whether personal data of the data subject are being processed or not;

  2. (b)  information about the status of processing of personal data in the information system in a generally intelligible form and in the extent pursuant to applicable provisions of Personal Data Protection Act; if a decision pursuant to Section 28 (5) of the Act is issued, the data subject shall be entitled to familiarize itself with the procedure of processing and evaluating of operations;

  3. (c)  exact information, in a generally intelligible form, about the source from which the controller obtained the data subject’s personal data for their processing;

  4. (d)  list of the data subject’s personal data, in a generally intelligible form, which are subject to processing;

  5. (e)  rectification or deletion of inaccurate, incomplete or outdated personal data, which are subject to processing;

  6. (f)  deletion of personal data, if the purpose of their processing is fulfilled; if any official documents containing personal data are subject to processing, the data subject may request return of such official documents;

  7. (g)  deletion of personal data which are subject to processing, if the Personal Data Protection Act has been violated;

  8. (h)  blocking of personal data due to revocation of the consent before its expiry date, if the controller processes the data based on the data subject’s consent.

The data subject’s right pursuant to Section 28 (1) (e) and (f) of Personal Data Protection Act may be limited only if such limitation results from mandatory laws or its application would result in violation of the data subject’s protection or in violation of rights and freedoms of third parties.

By a written application, the data subject shall be entitled to object to the processing of personal data about which it is assumed that they are or will be processed for the purposes of direct marketing without the data subject’s consent as well as to request the deletion of such personal data. Furthermore, the data subject shall be entitled to object to the use of personal data with respect to first name, surname, title, and address for the purposes of direct marketing by mail, as well as to the provision of personal data in the same extent for the purposes of direct marketing.

By a written request or in person, the data subject shall be entitled, if the matter cannot be postponed, to object to the personal data processing in the cases referred to in Section 10 (3) (a), (e), (f) or (g) of Personal Data Protection Act, namely by stating the legitimate reasons or by submitting evidence about unauthorized interference with the data subject’s rights and legitimate interests that are or may be damaged by such processing of personal data in the particular case; if legitimate reasons do not prevent it and if it proves that the data subject’s objection is justified, the controller shall be obliged to block the personal data, the processing of which was objected by the data subject, without undue delay and delete them as soon as possible.

By a written request or in person, the data subject shall be entitled, if the matter cannot be postponed, to anytime object to and refuse to submit itself to the controller’s decision which would cause legal effects on the data subject or significantly affect the data subject, provided that such a decision is issued solely by automated processing of the data subject's personal data.

The data subject shall be entitled to request that the controller examines the issued decision by a method other than the automated processing, while the controller shall be obliged to satisfy such request, namely in such a manner that the data subject shall have a decisive role in the examination of the decision; the controller shall inform the data subject about the manner of examination and the outcome of the same within 30 days of the filing of the request.

The controller shall process the data subject's request within 30 days of the filing of the request (Section 29 (3) of Personal Data Protection Act). The data subject shall not be entitled to object to and refuse to submit itself to the controller’s decision which would cause legal effects on the data subject or significantly affect the data subject, only if it is provided for by mandatory laws governing measures to ensure the data subject's legitimate interests or if the controller adopted other reasonable measures to ensure the data subject's legitimate interests on the basis of a contract.

In case the data subject exercises its right:

  1. (a)  in writing and it follows from the request that the rights are being exercised, the request shall be deemed filed pursuant to Personal Data Protection Act; the request filed by electronic mail or facsimile must also be filed in writing by the data subject within three days after sending;

  2. (b)  in person verbally recorded in minutes, which must contain the identity of a person exercising its right, the specification of claim being made, the date and the identity of a person who executed the minutes, its signature, and the data subject's signature; the controller shall hand over a copy of the minutes to the data subject;

  3. (c)  with the processor pursuant to (a) or (b) above, in which case the processor must submit the request or the minutes to the controller without undue delay.

The data subject shall be entitled to file with the Office for Personal Data Protection of the Slovak Republic a motion for the commencement of the proceedings regarding personal data protection, if the data subject has a suspicion that its personal data are being processed unlawfully.

If the data subject does not enjoy full legal capacity, its rights pursuant to Personal Data Protection Act may be exercised by its legal representative. If the data subject is deceased, the rights pursuant to Personal Data Protection Act may be exercised by the data subject’s next-of-kin.

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Contact

TOWER 115

Pribinova 25
Bratislava
811 09

Reception:    + 421 2 3355 1111
Dispatching: + 421 2 3355 1234, 
                     + 421 9 0230 0900

LEASE OF BUSINESS PREMISES

info@tower.sk
+421 903 421 729, 
+421 911 917 012, 
+421 903 414 572, 

BUILDING ADMINISTRATION

sprava@tower115.sk
+421 911 691 732, 
+421 903 373 327, 
+421 911 861 006