Privacy Notice

Data Controller: Ballavári Tímea

Phone: +36 30 315 4849

Data Controller

Tímea Ballavári, as Data Controller, declares that in the course of data processing, she acts in accordance with Act CXII of 2011 on the right to information about autonomy and freedom of information and its provisions Act (hereinafter: the Information Act).

The Data Controller respects the rights of her Clients, therefore she shares the following Data Management Information (hereinafter: Information), which is available electronically on her website.

This Information provides general guidance on data management during the services provided by the Data Controller.

The Data Controller processes personal data for a pre-determined purpose for the time necessary to exercise the rights and fulfill obligations. The Data Controller handles only personal data that are essential for the realization of the purpose of data processing and is suitable for achieving the purpose.

The consent of a legal representative is required for the validity of the legal declaration containing the consent of minors under the age of eighteen.

In all cases where the Data Controller uses the provided data for a purpose other than the purpose of the original data collection, she shall inform the data subject thereof and request their prior expressed consent, or give them the opportunity to prohibit its use.

The personal data obtained by the Data Controller during the data processing may be accessed only by those persons who have an employment relationship with the Data Controller.


1. Concepts

1.1. Affected: Any natural person identifiable, directly or indirectly, on the basis of specific personal data.

1.2. Personal data: Data that can be connected to the data subject, name, address, telephone number, e-mail address of the data subject for the purpose of contact.

1.3. Special data: Physical, mental health and birth data.

1.4. Consent: a voluntary and unequivocal declaration of the data subject’s intention – a Declaration – based on adequate information and giving their unambiguous consent to the processing of personal data concerning them, in full or in part. 

1.5.Objection: a statement by the data subject objecting to the processing of their personal data and requesting the termination of the processing or the deletion of the processed data.

1.6. Data management: collecting, recording, organizing, storing and destroying any operations performed on the data.


2. Purposes of data management

2.1. Website

The interested person can send emails via the messaging interface of the website. The Data Controller handles personal data for contact purposes.

2.1. Facebook Page

The subscriber can subscribe to the feed published on the message board on the Facebook page by clicking on the “like” link on the page and unsubscribe by clicking on the “unlike” link on the page, or delete the unwanted posts using the corresponding feed settings.

For information about the privacy practices of the Facebook page, please refer to the privacy policies and regulations on the Facebook website on 


3. Data Security

The Data Controller treats personal data confidentially and does not disclose them to unauthorized persons.


4. Legal Redress

4.1. Deleting and Blocking, Objecting

In cases of deleting and blocking personal data, or of objecting against data processing, the Information Act provisions of § 17 – § 21 shall apply.

4.2. Judicial Enforcement

If a person raises concern about their rights to privacy having been violated, they may go to court. For court proceedings, Information Act § 22, Act V of 2013 in the Book of Civil Statutes, First 2:51. § – 2:54. § and other relevant legal regulations apply.

4.3. Compensation and Damages

If the Data Controller causes damage to the data subject by unlawful processing or breach of data security requirements, or violates the data subject’s personal rights, an indemnity fee may be claimed, however the Data Controller shall be released from liability for the indemnity if she proves that the breach of personal rights or damages was caused by an unavoidable cause outside the scope of data processing.