From 25th May 2018, the processing of personal data is regulated by the Directive of the European Parliament and the Council 95/46/EC (GDPR), which supersedes the Data Protection Directive from 24th October 1995 on the protection of individuals regarding the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data.
- Cookies – Traffic statistics (Google Analytics)
- Contact form – Email address – for subsequent communication
- The necessary data for registration to the Learning Management System
Personal data collected
- are only made available to the data controller,
- are held for the duration of the project, and are secured and protected against misuse,
- processed only in electronic form on the project's secure server.
The user is obliged to enter true, actual, and correct data about his/her person. The registered user has the right to: access his/her personal data, correct personal data, and delete personal data via the user profile settings. Alternatively, you can contact the operator of the web pages and controller of personal data: email@example.com (company Simopt, Klokotska 121, Tabor, Czech Republic). The registered user may apply to this email address for a complete deletion of the user account and personal data, including accounts registered through third-party services.
Some visitors’ data is automatically collected for statistical purposes. It refers for example to the IP address, operating system, browser version, and screen resolution of the PC, from which the visit is processed. This data is subsequently used for processing general quantitative statistics.
Some parts of the web pages are used for the identification of so-called “cookies” files. “Cookies”’ are small text files, which are saved on the visitor’s PC. These files are usually used by the server, which can then identify the visitor, who has already visited the website. At the same time, “Cookies” allow the monitoring of his/her behaviour and consequently improve the offer for the particular visitor. “Cookies” are not programs, which could cause any damage to the visitor’s PC. Most Internet browsers allow you to disable “Cookies”. The web pages, which are requiring “Cookies” do not always work correctly after disabling their acceptance on the browser.