- The data controller pursuant to Article 4(7) of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (“GDPR”) is Envitrail (“Data Controller“).
- The contact details of the Data Controller are: i) address: Bucharova 2657/12, post code 158 00, Prague 5, and ii) e-mail address: email@example.com.
- When you visit the Envitrail website, we use a variety of technologies to collect and process personal data, including, but not limited to, cookies
- Cookies are small files stored on your device that help us collect data about your actions. Specifically, cookies allow us to store your settings and preferences, provide you with targeted content and help us understand which part of our website is most popular and analyse how it is performing.
Types and uses of cookies
- Cookies that are used to generate statistics, track and analyse user behaviour are called analytical cookies (“Analytical Cookies“). The data that can be obtained from Analytical Cookies helps to determine the popularity of individual page features and serves as the basis for improving the website, services and products.
- With the consent of the data subject, cookies may be used to personalize offers, content and advertisements based on the interests displayed on our website. By using these cookies, you may be informed about our products and services, events, competitions, news or advertisements. The information you provide us in this way also allows us to provide you with personalised offers that are most relevant to your interests (“marketing cookies“).
- Through our website, cookies may also be stored on your computer by the operators of advertising systems that are run on our website. Envitrail also uses Google and Seznam for remarketing. We only use remarketing data to segment visitors in order to deliver more relevant advertising messages. Segments are created based on several common visitor behavior patterns.
- There are also temporary cookies and persistent cookies. Temporary cookies are only stored on your computer until you stop browsing the relevant website. Temporary cookies allow information to be retained as you move from one website to another and eliminate the need to re-enter certain data (“Temporary Cookies“).
- Persistent cookies help to identify your computer or your IP address if you revisit our website, but do not allow you to be personally identified in any way (“Persistent Cookies“). Persistent cookies allow us to tailor our site to your interests, but do not allow you to be identified in any way personally. We store the relevant data completely anonymously and do not link it to any other data.
- Standard web browsers (Safari, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.) support cookie management. Within the settings of the web browsers, you can manually delete, block or completely prohibit the use of individual cookies. They can also be blocked or allowed only for individual websites. Use your browser’s help for more detailed information.
Retention period of information obtained from cookies
- The period for which we process personal data obtained on the basis of cookies placed on our website is only for the strictly necessary time, given the purpose for which they were collected.
- Upon request, your personal data may be provided to public authorities, in particular to the courts, the police of the Czech Republic and other law enforcement authorities, if this is necessary and within the framework of the legislation currently in force.
- In connection with processing, your personal data may be transferred to third countries, i.e. countries outside the European Union and outside the European Economic Area. This will only happen if you give us your explicit consent or if we take steps to ensure that appropriate security measures are in place to ensure that your data protection rights continue to be adequately protected as required by applicable law.