Privacy Policy

The operator of the website hereby informs the visitors of the website about the practices followed in the management of personal data, about the organizational and technical measures taken to protect the data, as well as about the visitors’ rights in this regard and the possibilities of their enforcement.

  1. What basic principles do we follow during our data management?

We handle personal data legally and fairly, as well as transparently for you.

We only collect personal data for specific, clear and legitimate purposes and do not process them in a way that is incompatible with the purposes.

The personal data we collect and manage are appropriate and relevant for the purposes of data management and are limited to what is necessary.

We take all reasonable measures to ensure that the data we manage are accurate and, if necessary, up-to-date, and we delete or correct inaccurate personal data immediately.

We store personal data in such a way that you can only be identified for the time necessary to achieve the goals of personal data management.

By applying appropriate technical and organizational measures, we ensure adequate security of personal data against unauthorized or illegal processing, accidental loss, destruction or damage.

Your personal data

Based on your prior information and voluntary consent and only to the extent necessary and in all cases for a specific purpose, i.e. we collect, record, systematize, store and use it.

In some cases, the processing of your data is based on legal regulations and is mandatory, in such cases we draw your attention to this fact.

And in some cases, a third party has a legitimate interest in the management of your personal data, such as the operation, development and security of our website.

Who are we?

Owner of the website:

Dr. Attila Kovács,

If we change the scope of our data processors, we will introduce the changes in this information.

The data we manage:

We only ask our website visitors for their personal data if they want to register or log in.

We cannot link personal data provided in connection with registration or the use of our marketing services, and it is not our goal to identify our visitors.

If you have questions about data management, you can request further information via the e-mail address

  1. What are cookies and how do we manage them?

Cookies are small data files (hereinafter referred to as „cookies”) that are transferred to your computer through the use of the website, saved and stored by your Internet browser. The majority of the most commonly used internet browsers (Chrome, Firefox, etc.) accept and enable the download and use of cookies by default, but it is up to you to refuse or disable them by changing your browser settings, as well as the cookies already stored on your computer can delete it. The „help” menu item of each browser provides more information on the use of cookies.

There are cookies that do not require your prior consent. Our website provides brief information about these at the start of your first visit, such as authentication, multimedia player, load balancer, session cookies helping to customize the user interface, and user-centric security cookies.

We will inform you about cookies that require consent – if data management already starts when you visit the page – at the start of your first visit and ask for your consent.

We do not use or allow cookies that allow third parties to collect data without your consent.

Acceptance of cookies is not mandatory, however, we do not assume responsibility if our website does not function as expected if cookies are not enabled.

  1. What else do you need to know about our website data management?

You voluntarily provide us with your personal data during registration and contact, which is why we ask that you gradually ensure the authenticity, correctness and accuracy of your data, as you are responsible for them. Incorrect, inaccurate or incomplete data can be an obstacle to the use of our services.

If you do not provide your own personal data, but someone else’s, we assume that you have the necessary authorization.

You can withdraw your consent to data management at any time free of charge

By canceling the registration,

By withdrawing consent to data management, or

By withdrawing or requesting the blocking of consent to the management or use of any data that must be filled in during registration.

We undertake the registration of the withdrawal of consent – for technical reasons – within a deadline of … days, however, we would like to draw your attention to the fact that in order to fulfill our legal obligations or enforce our legitimate interests, we may process certain data even after the withdrawal of consent.

In the event of the use of misleading personal data, or if one of our visitors commits a crime or attacks the website’s system, we will immediately delete the data of that visitor at the same time as canceling their registration, and – if necessary – we will keep them for the duration of the establishment of civil liability or the conduct of criminal proceedings.

  1. What do you need to know about our data management for direct marketing and newsletter purposes?

You can give your consent for us to use your personal data for marketing purposes by making a statement during registration or later, by modifying your personal data stored on the newsletter and/or direct marketing registration interface (i.e. by clearly stating your intention to consent). In this case – until you withdraw your consent – we will also process your data for the purpose of direct marketing and/or sending newsletters, and we will send you advertising and other mailings as well as information and offers and/or forward newsletters (Grtv. § 6).

You can give your consent to direct marketing and the newsletter together or separately, and you can withdraw it/them free of charge and at any time.

Cancellation of registration is always considered a withdrawal of consent. Withdrawal of consent to data management for direct marketing and/or newsletter purposes is not interpreted as withdrawal of consent to data management related to our website.

We undertake the registration of the withdrawal or cancellation of individual consents – for technical reasons – with a deadline of 10 days.

  1. Other data management issues

We can only forward your data within the framework defined by law, and in the case of our data processors, we ensure by stipulating contractual conditions that they cannot use your personal data for purposes contrary to your consent. More information can be found in point 2.

We do not transfer data abroad.

Courts, prosecutors and other authorities (e.g. police, tax office, National Data Protection and Freedom of Information Authority) may contact us to provide information, provide data or make documents available. In these cases, we must fulfill our obligation to provide data, but only to the extent that is absolutely necessary to achieve the purpose of the request.

Our contributors and employees involved in data management and/or data processing are entitled to access your personal data to a predetermined extent – under the burden of confidentiality.

We protect your personal data with appropriate technical and other measures, as well as ensure the security and availability of the data, as well as protect them from unauthorized access, alteration, damage, disclosure and any other unauthorized use.

As part of organizational measures, we check physical access in our buildings, we continuously educate our employees and keep paper-based documents locked away with appropriate protection. As part of the technical measures, we use encryption, password protection and anti-virus software. However, we draw your attention to the fact that data transmission via the Internet cannot be considered a fully secure data transmission. We do our best to make the processes as secure as possible, however, we cannot assume full responsibility for data transmission via the website, but we adhere to strict regulations regarding the data received in order to ensure the security of your data and to prevent illegal access.

Regarding security issues, we ask for your help in carefully keeping your existing access password to our website and not sharing this password with anyone.

  1. What are your rights and remedies?

You about data management

you can request information

you can request the correction, modification or addition of your personal data managed by us,

you can object to data processing and request the deletion and blocking of your data (with the exception of mandatory data processing),

can take legal action in court,

you can file a complaint with the supervisory authority or initiate a procedure (

Supervisory Authority: National Data Protection and Freedom of Information Authority

Headquarters: 1125 Budapest, Szilágyi Erzsébet fasor 22/c.

Mailing address: 1530 Budapest, Pf.: 5.

Phone: +36 (1) 391-1400

Fax: +36 (1) 391-1410



At your request, we provide information about the data you manage or process by us – or by our commissioned data processor

-About your data,
-About their source,
-The purpose and legal basis of data management,
-Duration, and if this is not possible, the criteria for determining this duration,
-About the name and address of our data processors and their activities related to data management,
-About the circumstances and effects of data protection incidents and the measures we have taken to prevent and eliminate them, and
-In the case of forwarding your personal data, about the legal basis of the data transfer and the recipient.

We will provide our information as soon as possible, within 10 days (but no later than 1 month) from the submission of the application. The information is free of charge, unless you have already submitted an information request to us for the same data area in the current year. The reimbursement you have already paid will be refunded in the event that the data was handled unlawfully or the request for information led to a correction. Information can only be refused in cases provided for by law by indicating the legal place, as well as by providing information about the possibility of legal remedies in court and the possibility of turning to the Authority.

We will notify you and all those to whom we previously forwarded the data for the purpose of data management regarding the correction, blocking, marking and deletion of personal data, unless the failure to notify does not harm your legitimate interests.

If we do not comply with your request for correction, blocking or deletion, within 10 days (but no more than 1 month) after receiving the request, we will communicate the reasons for our refusal in writing or – with your consent – electronically, and inform you of the legal remedy in court, as well as the appeal to the Authority about the possibility.

If you object to the processing of your personal data, we will examine the objection as soon as possible, within 10 days (but no later than 1 month) from the submission of the request, and we will inform you of our decision in writing. If we have decided that your protest is well-founded, in that case we will terminate the data management – including further data collection and transmission – and block the data, as well as notify all those to whom the personal data affected by the protest have been notified of the protest and the measures taken based on it previously forwarded, and who are obliged to take action to enforce the right to protest.

We will refuse to comply with the request if we prove that the data processing is justified by compelling legitimate reasons that take precedence over your interests, rights and freedoms, or that are related to the presentation, enforcement or defense of legal claims. If you do not agree with our decision or if we miss the deadline, you can appeal to the court within 30 days from the notification of the decision or the last day of the deadline.

Adjudication of data protection lawsuits falls under the jurisdiction of the court, the lawsuit can also be initiated before the court of the residence or place of residence of the data subject – at the choice of the data subject. A foreign citizen can also file a complaint with the competent supervisory authority according to his place of residence.

We ask that you contact us before filing your complaint with the supervisory authority or the court – in order to negotiate and resolve the problem as quickly as possible.

  1. What are the main governing laws for our activities?

Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the processing of personal data of natural persons (GDPR)

CXII of 2011 on the right to information self-determination and freedom of information. law – (Info tv.)

Act V of 2013 on the Civil Code (Ptk.)

CVIII of 2001 on certain issues of electronic commercial services and services related to the information society. law – (Eker tv.)

Act C of 2003 on electronic communications – (Ehtv)

CLV of 1997 on consumer protection. law (Fogiv tv.)

CLXV of 2013 on complaints and notifications of public interest. law. (Pktv.)

XLVIII of 2008 on the basic conditions and certain limitations of economic advertising activity. law (Grtv.)

  1. Modification of data management information

We reserve the right to amend this Data Management Information, of which we inform the affected parties in an appropriate manner. Information related to data management is published on the website.