In this Policy, the terms "Jakta", "We", "Our", or "Ours" refer to the data controller, i.e., Jakta, the owner of the Website.
– Regulation (EU) No 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation; referred to in this document as "Regulation" or "GDPR").
The DPA and GDPR will together in this document be called "Data Protection Regulations."
Jakta determines the measures and objectives of processing personal data and thus acts as the "Data Controller" in accordance with the relevant Data Protection Regulations.
PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA
The personal data we hold is protected using the best processes and security systems that are standard in the industry. Our commitment to personal data protection issues is not limited to quality and high standards – it also includes the best and most effective application of legal regulations. We are committed to processing only those personal data whose processing is necessary and justified, in accordance with the principles established by the GDPR regulation.
PERSONAL DATA YOU PROVIDE TO US
You can provide us with your personal data in the following ways:
By signing up for our newsletter By completing contact forms Below we list a detailed set of data we request from you, mandatory or optional for each process you may be involved in."
PERSONAL DATA COLLECTED FROM USER DEVICES
PROCESSING BASED ON OUR LEGITIMATE INTERESTS
Our legitimate interests exist when there is a business or commercial reason why personal data processing is necessary. In such cases, we take steps to protect all personal data of the client in a manner that is fair to the client and does not violate their interests.
If we decide to process the client's personal data based on legitimate interest, we will inform them of this, present the legitimate interest, and provide them with the opportunity to ask questions and raise objections regarding such data processing. It should be emphasized that Jakta is not obliged to stop processing data if the legal basis of processing excludes the client's right to object.
PROCESSING BASED ON CLIENT'S CONSENT
Consent is not the only basis that obliges us to process the client's personal data or allows us to do so. We will process personal data based on the client's consent, in cases where using an appropriate legal basis is not possible or we decide not to rely on it (for example, to ensure compliance with legal regulations or due to legitimate interests). In cases of processing personal data based on the client's consent, the client retains the right to withdraw consent at any time in the manner it was originally given. If the client decides to exercise the right to withdraw consent, we will determine whether we can (or are obliged to) process personal data of the client based on a legal basis different from the client's consent. In that case, we will inform the client. Withdrawal of the client's consent does not invalidate data processing actions performed before the withdrawal of consent.
PROCESSING BASED ON CONSENT
To avoid confusion, we would like to emphasize that in cases where another legal basis cannot be applied or we decide not to use it (for example, our legitimate interests), we will process the client's personal data based on their consent.
In cases where we process data based on the client's consent (which we never assume, and it will be obtained in a manner clear to the client), THE CLIENT HAS THE RIGHT TO WITHDRAW CONSENT AT ANY TIME in the manner it was originally given.
If the client decides to exercise the right to withdraw consent at any time (by writing to us at the postal or email address provided below), we will determine whether at that time there is another legal basis for processing their personal data (for example, a legal requirement that obliges us) which authorizes (or obliges) us to process the client's personal data without their consent, about which they will be informed.
The client may refuse to provide personal data, but in the case of refusal to provide data necessary for the provision of services, it may not be possible to provide these services to the client (especially if the client's consent is the only available legal basis).
We emphasize that the client's consent is not the only legal basis that allows us to process their personal data. In the previous section above, we have defined various legal bases on which we can process the client's personal data for certain purposes.
We may be obliged to use and store personal data for the purpose of protecting against losses, protecting rights, privacy, security, or property of ours and other parties in accordance with our legitimate interests.