This privacy statement deals with our adherence to the right of privacy with special focus to the protection of personal data on the website operated by the Office for Personal Data Protection (hereinafter referred to as “the Office”). However, we cannot be held responsible for the content and privacy protection practices of other websites within reach through addresses on our pages. External links to other websites are not hidden but clearly identifiable as such.
The Office fully respects your right to privacy and does not collect on this website any personal data about you unless you have granted your demonstrable consent.
Everybody may access this website anonymously. The Office does not collect any personal data that might identify the visitors of this website. It does not apply, however, to the information you provide voluntarily, for example by e-mail or through our online complaints submission form where your consent with the use of these data for relevant purposes is deemed obvious. No information you provide via the Office’s website will be made available to a third party without your permission and will only be used by the Office for the purpose it was given for.
The Office is committed to the highest standards of security and confidentiality ensuring compliance with the Act No. 101 Coll., on the Protection of Personal Data and on Amendment to Some Acts, as amended.
Our Internet service provider who retains data on his own responsibility being bound in this regard by the confidentiality provisions may not disclose any relevant technical information on the visitors of particular websites unless he is obliged to do so by law.
When you read or download the content of the Office’s website no information is collected nor recorded.
All changes to this privacy statement will be displayed on this page.
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