Purpose of data collection, legal base and data controllers
Information of data controllers
Company name Delightad Ltd.
Company registration number : 01-09-379291
Headquarters : 1039 Budapest, Füst Milán utca 12.
EU VAT: HU 29022353
Managed personal data
Data management extends to the following candidate data:
Personal data provided in curriculum vitae
Other personal information provided in introductory letter (cover letter)
Duration of data management
If you approve that your data will be used for the purpose of future hiring processes then data management will last for three years from the day of provided consent. If you approve the handleing of your data only for the purpose of preparing the recruitment process of the actual position that you apply then all of your data will be deleted after the recruitment process. You may revoke your consent and ask to have your information deleted by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will send you a confirmation e-mail notifying you of the deleting
In connection to managing your personal data, we will take care of your data’s safety: we will provide every technical and organizational aspect as well as develop rules of procedure in accordance with related regulations. We will take appropriate measures to protect data, especially against unauthorized access, changes, forwarding, publishing, deletion, also against accidental deletion, damage or inaccessibility due to technological changes.
Your rights and opportunity for law enforcement
You may ask for information with regards to the treatment, modification, correction or deletion of your personal data. You also have the right to revoke your consent either partially or in its entirety any time. Please send your request to email@example.com.
The Privacy Act dispose the possibility of a legal remedy regarding data processing. In accordance to this, in case of a data processing rule offense you have the right to object to unlawful data management and you may ask the Hungarian National Authority for Data Protection and Freedom of Information to conduct an investigation. You may also go to court according to the ruling of Privacy Act Section 22. In case you decide to turn to court, you will have to file suit at your respective residence’s courthouse.