The present Principles generally refer to all internet websites operated by or on behalf of DGP (each of the websites is hereinafter called “a DGP internet Website”).
Declaration of Privacy of the Website
Although the present Principles generally apply to all DGP internet Websites, each DGP internet website was created for different purposes and has different functions. If an additional disclosure or other disclosures are required in the case of a particular DGP internet website, we will indicate the scope of such disclosures on the very website or in a separate privacy declaration of the Website (“Declaration of privacy of the Website) placed on such a website. Every such individual disclosure or Declaration of privacy of the Website complements and modifies the present Principles, however only in relation to the DGP internet Website on which it is placed.
Using a DGP internet website or sending us personal information, the user gives his/her consent to store, use and disclose his/her personal information in the way indicated in the present Principles as well as in all appropriate Declarations of privacy binding on the national level or on the level of a particular Website.
If the user does not give his/her consent to store, use and disclose his/her personal information in the way indicated in the present Principles (as well as in all appropriate Declarations of privacy binding on the national level or on the level of a particular Website), (s)he is obliged to refrain from using DGP internet Websites.
Limitations in the subject of storing, using and disclosing personal information
In the scope required by the binding provisions of law, every time when DGP stores personal information by the way of DGP internet website, DGP is obliged to:
- send the user a prompt and appropriate notification about the way of processing his/her information;
- store, use, disclose and send user’s personal information only subject to his/her consent, express or implied, depending on the importance of the personal information, legal requirements and other factors;
- store the user’s personal information for specific purposes limited in a detailed way. Information which we store is of significant, proper character, and its scope is not excessive for the purposes for which it is stored;
- process the user’s personal information in the way that corresponds to the purposes for which it was originally stored or which the user gives consent to in a later period;
- take commercially justified steps in order to ensure that the user’s personal information is credible respectively to the scope of its purpose, accurate, complete, and in some cases regularly updated;
- not to use the user’s personal information for the needs of direct marketing without enabling the user to take a decision about “resigning from obtaining particular mail” and take proper steps, contractual or other, in order to provide proper protection of the personal information;