Privacy policy

The data is managed by VSEURO-DEKOR KFT. It is carried out on behalf of the data controller Mária Simkó, with voluntary consent on the website

 3529 Miskolc, Szilvás street 20. hereinafter referred to as the data manager. 

The data is processed by Mária Simkó hereinafter referred to as the data controller.

The data will not be disclosed to third parties, they will be used exclusively for the preparation and sending of requests for quotations received by Mária Simkó.

Applicable legislation

The data controller undertakes to carry out its activities in this direction in accordance with the laws in force at all times. At the time of publication of this document, they are: CVIII of 2001 Act on certain issues of electronic commercial services and services related to the information society (hereinafter: Electronic Commercial Act).XLVIII of 2008 Act on the Basic Conditions and Certain Limitations of Economic Advertising (hereinafter: Economic Advertising Act).CXII of 2011 Act on the right to self-determination of information and freedom of information. The latest status of the legislation is available on the website by clicking here.


CXII of 2011 based on § 3 of the Act1. data subject: any natural person identified or – directly or indirectly – identified on the basis of personal data;

2. personal data: data that can be associated with the data subject – in particular the data subject’s name, identification mark, and one or more pieces of information characteristic of his or her physical, physiological, mental, economic, cultural or social identity – as well as conclusions about the data subject that can be drawn from the data;

3. special data:o personal data relating to racial origin, membership of a national and ethnic minority, political opinion or party affiliation, religious or other worldview beliefs, interest-representative organization membership, sexual life, o personal data relating to health status, pathological addiction, and criminal personal data;

4. criminal personal data: during or prior to the criminal proceedings, in connection with the crime or the criminal proceedings, the personal data generated by the bodies authorized to conduct the criminal proceedings or to detect crimes, as well as by the penitentiary organization, which can be associated with the person concerned, and related to the criminal record ;

5. public interest data: information or knowledge in the management of a body or person performing a state or local government task, as well as other public tasks defined by law, related to its activities or generated in connection with the performance of its public tasks, which does not fall under the concept of personal data, recorded in any way or form, regardless of from the manner of its management, its independent or collective nature, so in particular data relating to competence, competence, organizational structure, professional activity, its evaluation including its effectiveness, the types of data held and the legislation governing the operation, as well as management, concluded contracts;6. public data in the public interest: all data that does not fall under the concept of public interest data, the disclosure, knowability or availability of which is ordered by law in the public interest;

7. consent: the voluntary and decisive declaration of the data subject’s will, which is based on adequate information, and with which he gives his unequivocal consent to the processing of his personal data – in full or covering certain operations;

8. protest: the statement of the data subject objecting to the processing of his personal data and requesting the termination of the data processing or the deletion of the processed data;

9. data controller: the natural or legal person or organization without legal personality who, independently or jointly with others, determines the purpose of data management, makes and implements decisions regarding data management (including the device used), or with the data processor commissioned by it executes;

10. data management: regardless of the procedure used, any operation performed on the data or the set of operations, including in particular the collection, recording, recording, organization, storage, change, use, query, transmission, disclosure, coordination or connection, locking, deletion and destruction , as well as preventing further use of the data, taking photographs, audio or video recordings, and recording physical characteristics suitable for identifying the person (e.g. fingerprint or palm print, DNA sample, iris image);

11. data transmission: making the data available to a specific third party;

12. disclosure: making the data available to anyone;

13. data deletion: rendering the data unrecognizable in such a way that their recovery is no longer possible;

14. data marking: providing the data with an identification mark for the purpose of distinguishing it;

15. data blocking: providing the data with an identification mark for the purpose of limiting its further processing permanently or for a specified period of time;

16. data destruction: complete physical destruction of the data carrier containing the data;

17. data processing: performing technical tasks related to data management operations, regardless of the method and tool used to perform the operations, as well as the place of application, provided that the technical task is performed on the data;

18. data processor: the natural or legal person or organization without legal personality who processes data on the basis of the contract concluded with the data controller, including the conclusion of contracts based on the provisions of the law;

19. data controller: the body performing a public task, which produced data of public interest that must be published electronically, or whose operation generated this data;

20. data informant: the body performing a public task, which – if the data controller does not publish the data himself – publishes the data provided by the data controller on its website;

21. data file: the totality of the data managed in one register;

22. third party: a natural or legal person, or an organization without legal personality, who is not the same as the data subject, the data controller or the data processor;

23. EEA state: a member state of the European Union and another state that is a party to the Agreement on the European Economic Area, as well as the state whose citizen is the European Union and its member states and a state that is not a party to the Agreement on the European Economic Area based on the international treaty enjoys the same legal status as a citizen of a state party to the Agreement on the European Economic Area;

24. third country: any state that is not an EEA state.Data management principles during data management

• the person concerned consents to it, or

• it is ordered by law or – based on the authority of the law, within the scope defined therein – by a local government decree.The consent of the legal representative is required for the statement of an incapacitated or limited minor, except for those parts of the service where the statement is aimed at registration that occurs en masse in everyday life and does not require special consideration.Personal data may only be processed for a specific purpose, in order to exercise a right and fulfill an obligation. All stages of data management must comply with this purpose.

Only such personal data can be processed that is essential for the realization of the purpose of data management, is suitable for achieving the purpose, and only to the extent and for the time necessary for the realization of the purpose.Personal data can only be processed with consent based on appropriate information.

The data subject must be informed – clearly, clearly and in detail – about all the facts related to the management of his data, including in particular the purpose and legal basis of the data management, the person entitled to the data management and data processing, the duration of the data management, and who can see the data. The information must also cover the data subject’s rights and legal remedies.
The processed personal data must meet the following requirements:

• their admission and treatment is fair and legal;

• they are accurate, complete and, if necessary, timely;

• the method of their storage is suitable so that the person concerned can only be identified for the time necessary for the purpose of storage.It is prohibited to use a general and uniform personal identification symbol that can be used without restriction. 

Personal data can be transferred, and different data processing can be linked, if the data subject has consented to it, or if the law allows it, and if the conditions for data processing are met for each individual piece of personal data.Personal data (including special data) may be transferred from the country to a data controller or data processor in a third country, regardless of the data carrier or the method of data transfer, if the data subject has expressly consented to it, or if it is permitted by law, and the transferred data in the third country an adequate level of protection of personal data is ensured during its handling and processing.

 Data transfer to the EEA states must be considered as data transfer within the territory of the Republic of Hungary. Personal data managed on, the purpose and duration of data management

• Name of the data controller: VSEURO-DEKOR KFT. In the name of Mária Simkó

• Name of the data management: Data required for making an offer

• The purpose of data management: Contact for the preparation of quotations

• Legal basis for data management: Voluntary consent of the data subject (Act CXII of 2011 § 5 (1) a))

• Place of actual data management: 3529 Miskolc, Szilvás street 20.

• Automation of data management: machine

• Data deletion deadline: At the request of the contracting authority.

• The range of stakeholders: Price offer requesters, newsletter subscribers

Information and contact information of the data controller

• Name: VSEURO-DEKOR KFT. In the name of Mária Simkó

• Address: 3529 Miskolc, Szilvás street 20.

• Tax number: 23691744-1-05

• Phone: +36 70 429 4107


 Pursuant to 

§ 65, subsection (3), point a), the Authority does not keep a data protection record of the data management that applies to the data of persons who have a customer relationship with the data controller.Use of cookiesOn this website, we use cookies (cookies in Hungarian), which your browser downloads to your computer in order to improve the user experience

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 cookies are used to store preferences and information specified by users, such as the shopping cart is in a web store, and data is provided anonymously to third parties, such as Google Analytics. Cookies help your user experience. However, if you choose, you can disable cookies on this website or other websites. The most efficient way to do this is to set it up within your browser, which you can find in the Help section of your browser.Cookies can be disabled at any time in the browser settings.

 Prohibiting/restricting the use of cookies may negatively affect the operation of certain functions of the site.Google’s policy:

NewsletterThe newsletter service is provided by the Data Controller via the newsletter management software. The operator of the newsletter management software processes the personal data (name, e-mail, IP address) of the data subjects during the provision of the service as a data processor. 

The data controller uses the following data processors during the newsletter service:The Rocket Science Group, LLC (Mailchimp), 675 Ponce de Leon Ave NE, Suite 5000, Atlanta, GA 30308, USA, Phone: (404) 806-5843, 

Email: legal@mailchimp.comDuring the transfer of data to the United States of America, the protection of personal data is ensured by the Privacy Shield Framework Agreement established between the European Union and the USA.

 Rocket Science Group, LLC is included in the compliance list maintained under the Framework Convention.

ActiveCampaign, Inc, 1 N Dearborn, 5th Floor, Chicago, IL 60601, USA,

 Phone: +1 773 904-0945, 


ActiveCampaign, Inc is included in the compliance list maintained under the Framework Agreement. Legal remedy

The data subject can request information about the management of his personal data, and can request the correction of his personal data, or – as required by law with the exception of data management – deletion in the manner indicated at the time of data collection, or through the data manager’s customer service.

At the request of the data subject, the data controller provides information about the data it manages, the purpose, legal basis, duration of data processing, the name, address (headquarters) of the data processor and its activities related to data processing, as well as about who and for what purpose the data is or has been received. 

The data controller shall provide the information in writing in an understandable form as soon as possible, but no later than 30 days after the submission of the request. This information is free of charge if the information requester has not yet submitted an information request for the same area to the data controller in the current year. In other cases, the data controller may determine reimbursement.

The data manager deletes the personal data if its processing is illegal, the data subject requests it, the purpose of the data management has ceased, or the statutory period for storing the data has expired, it was ordered by the court or the data protection commissioner.

The data controller notifies the data subject of the correction and deletion, as well as all those to whom the data was previously transmitted for the purpose of data management. The notification is omitted if this does not violate the legitimate interest of the data subject in view of the purpose of the data management.The data subject may object to the processing of his personal data if

• the processing (transmission) of personal data is necessary only to enforce the rights or legitimate interests of the data controller or the data recipient, unless the data processing is mandated by law;

• personal data is used or forwarded for the purpose of direct business acquisition, public opinion polls or scientific research• exercising the right to protest is otherwise permitted by law.The data controller will examine the objection as soon as possible, but no later than 15 days after the submission of the request, with the simultaneous suspension of data management, and will inform the applicant in writing of the result. 

If the protest is justified, the data controller will terminate the data management – including further data collection and data transmission – and block the data, as well as notify all those to whom the personal data affected by the protest was previously transmitted about the protest and the measures taken based on it.

 are obliged to take measures to enforce the right to protest.If the data subject does not agree with the decision made by the data controller, he may appeal to the court within 30 days of the decision being made.The data controller may not delete the data subject’s data if that data management is mandated by law. 

However, the data cannot be forwarded to the data recipient if the data controller has agreed to the protest, or the court has established the legitimacy of the protest.In the event of a violation of their rights, the data subject may apply to the court against the data controller. 

The court acts out of sequence in the case.You can file a legal remedy or complaint with the National Data Protection and Information 

Name: National Data Protection and Information 

Headquarters: 1125 Budapest Szilágyi Erzsébet fasor 22/c.

Postal address: 1530 Budapest, Pf.: 5.

Phone: +36 (1) 391-1400Fax: +36 (1) 391-1410


Data of hosting provider:

Name: Tárhely.Eu Szolgáltató Kft.
Headquarters: Tárhely.Eu Szolgáltató Kft.