The purpose of this Policy is to give the visitors of the website (hereinafter referred to as the Website) detailed and unequivocal information on the processing of their personal data by Anna Linda Knoll (; with the Editorial Staff’s head office in Budapest, Hungary), especially as regards the types of processed data, the legal basis of data processing, as well as their rights and the possible remedies related to data processing.
When operating the Website, we commit ourselves to the respect of all Hungarian and international legislation in force concerning data processing and data protection, and in particular, the provisions of Act CXII of 2011 on Information Self-determination and Freedom of Information (hereinafter referred to as Infotv), Act VI of 1998 promulgating the Convention for the Protection of individuals with regard to automatic processing of personal data (Strasbourg, 28 January 1981), Act CIV of 2010 on the Freedom of the Press and the Fundamental Rules of Media Content, Act CLXXXV of 2010 on Media Services and Mass Media, and the recommendations and positions of the Hungarian National Authority for Data Protection and Freedom of Information. In addition, we take account of and observe the related legislation of the European Union, especially European Parliament and Council Directive 95/46/EC on the processing of personal data, in case they are directly applicable.


Pieces of your data will be processed on your voluntary and informed consent. 
By using the Website, you expressly agree and consent to the collection and processing, under this Policy, of your personal data as defined herein.


a) You can visit this Website without revealing your identity and sharing your personal data.
b) On this website, we use cookies. Cookies are files that can identify you and store your personal preferences and technical data, such as click-throughs and other browsing activity.
c) Your click stream shows us which websites you have visited, in what sequence. Cookies also manage the advertisements appearing on and through the Website, measuring their efficiency.
d) Cookies are used to customize your visit of our Website (so as to recognize you when you return to the Website), to analyze the Website’s traffic, and to track user trends, schemes and choices regarding the downloads and technical conditions related to the use of the Website. This helps us improve the appearance and the content of our Website according to your needs.
e) Cookies can be permanent (“persistent cookies”, stored in your computer until you delete them) or temporary (“session cookies”, erased when you close the browser).
f) When you visit the Website, our server will use web beacons or similar technologies to automatically record certain data: for instance, your computer’s IP address and information related thereto, such as your Internet service provider, the type of your browser, the name and language of the operation system, the website from which you were directed to our Website, keywords and other add-on technologies suited to content delivery, along with the pages visited, their sequence, the time and the duration of the visit. These data are only managed in an aggregated, anonymous and processed form. The purpose of processing these data is mainly measuring visitor rate, setting up statistics, correcting errors and enhancing visitor experience.
g) By visiting the Website, you expressly consent to the use of cookies and web beacons as set out in this Policy. Cookies are enabled by most web browsers’ basic settings.
h) If you wish, you can set your browser to block the cookies originating from us or other websites. For further information on this option, check the Help menu of your e-mail client or browser.
i) Please note that some parts of our Website are only accessible by allowing the use of cookies or similar means. You need to know that by disabling cookies or similar means, you block your access to a part of our content and services.
j) The above data will be processed until withdrawal of your consent. However, this withdrawal is only possible whether if you and the data are in direct connection, or if such connection can be restored. Should it not be so, the data cannot be considered as personal.


All Personal Data are processed by Anna Linda Knoll, operator of this Website, in her quality of Controller.


All aggregate and anonymized data (and visitor statistics in particular) will be shared with our clients, partners, our website’s visitors and other third persons with the purpose of informing them about the constitution of users visiting the Website and the ways in which they use it.


a) Our Website may include hyperlinks to pages not subject to this Policy. In such cases, the practice of data protection may be different. Such pages are not our property, nor operated by us.
b) We suggest you to examine the privacy policies relevant to those third persons’ websites before sharing any of your personal data on a such page or using any service thereof, since we take no responsibility in respect thereof. Neither do we verify the procedures by which personal data are collected, used, disclosed or otherwise handled on such pages.


a) It is not possible to guarantee an overall protection and security of personal data on Internet, we are nevertheless willing to preserve your personal data, and therefore apply technical and organizational measures to try and protect personal data from deliberate manipulation, loss, destruction, unauthorized access or disclosure.
b) Despite these measures, due to the peculiarities of Internet, we cannot guarantee that unauthorized third persons doing unauthorized intrusion will always be unable to access any of the personal information that you have supplied to us.


You have the right to obtain information on the processing of your personal data, to request for the rectification, erasure or blocking of your personal data, as well as to withdraw your consent given to us for personal data processing at any time.


a) Under Infotv, you can request us at any time to inform you about our data processing activity, in particular but not exclusively about the aim, legal basis and duration of the data processing.
b) You can send us your request for information by e-mail:
c) In accordance with Infotv, your request will be complied with in writing within the shortest possible time, but not exceeding 30 days from receipt of the request.
d) Once a year, you are entitled to request information on our data processing activity free of charge. Should you submit to us another request for information regarding the same set of data, we shall charge a fee for supplying it.
e) The amount of the fee paid by you will be reimbursed to you if your personal data are rectified, or if it is found that your data have been processed in an unlawful way.
f) We inform you that if your request is found unfounded and thus denied, then the factual and legal reasons for such a denial will be addressed to you in writing within 30 days from receipt of your request. In this event, we will also inform you about your rights to remedy.


a) Under Infotv, you have the right to ask for the rectification of your personal data if you find that your personal data processed by us are inaccurate.
b) You can send your request for rectification by e-mail:
c) We inform you that if your request for rectification is found unfounded and thus denied, then the factual and legal reasons for the denial of your request will be addressed to you in writing within 30 days from receipt of your request. In this event, we will also inform you about your rights to remedy.


a) Under Infotv, the personal data related to you will be erased if:
A) data processing is unlawful;
B) you request the erasure of your data (with certain exceptions);
C) your personal data is incomplete or incorrect, with no chance of lawful remedy (provided that erasure is not disallowed by statutory provision of an act);
D) the purpose of processing no longer exists or the legal time limit for storage has expired;
E) the erasure is ordered by the Hungarian National Authority for Data Protection and Freedom of Information.
b) Your personal data can be blocked instead of erased. In the event of data blocking, your personal data will be marked by an ID restricting further processing of such data definitively or for a fixed period. Should we, on your request, block your personal data, your personal data will be processed as long as the data processing purpose preventing the erasure of the personal data persists.
c) You can send your request for erasure and blocking by e-mail:
d) We inform you that if your request for erasure and blocking is found unfounded and thus denied, then the factual and legal reasons for the denial of your request will be addressed to you in writing within 30 days from receipt of your request. In this event, we will also inform you about your rights to remedy.
e) Your request for erasure can only concern the erasure of the data processed with your consent, and shall not affect the mandatory processing imposed by legislation. We inform you that, under the provisions of Infotv, we may be entitled to process your personal data without your consent and following the erasure of the data, as long as we, as the Data Controller, find the processing of your personal data necessary for complying with our legal obligations or enforcing our legitimate interests (according to Infotv Section 6, and Directive 95/46/EC Article 7, c) and f)).


a) You have the right to object to the processing of your personal data, if the processing or the transfer of personal data is only necessary for complying with our legal obligations, that is, enforcing the legitimate interest of the Data Recipient (us) or a third person (except for mandatory data processing imposed by legislation), if personal data is used or disclosed for the purposes of direct marketing, or in other cases provided in the Law.
b) We will investigate the cause of your objection within the shortest possible time inside a fifteen-day time period, adopt a decision as to merits and notify you in writing of our decision.
c) If your objection is justified, we shall terminate all processing operations, block the data involved and notify all recipients to whom any of these data had previously been transferred concerning the objection and the ensuing measures, upon which these recipients shall also take measures regarding the enforcement of the objection.
d) If you disagree with our decision, or if we fail to meet the 15-day deadline specified above, you have the right to turn to court within 30 days of the date of delivery of the decision or from the last day of the time limit.

3.6.5 – REMEDY

In the event of the violation of your rights, you have the right to notify the Hungarian National Authority for Data Protection and Freedom of Information (address: H-1125 Budapest, Hungary, Szilágyi Erzsébet fasor 22/C; telephone: +36-1-391-1400; e-mail:, or to turn, depending on your choice, to the county court of our head office or the tribunal of the place of your residence or stay.


Should you have any question or remark as to this Policy, please feel free to contact us: Anna Linda Knoll, e-mail:


This Policy is supervised and amended from time to time to comply with our objectives as well as the data protection legislation in force. Should this Policy be amended, the updated version will be published on the Website.
We advise you to read through this Policy from time to time, to keep yourself up-to-date about all facts and information regarding your personal data.

Done at Budapest, 8th August, 2016.

Last modification time: Budapest, 10th September, 2017.