I'm a Bc. Jana Vrbová, dental hygienist, based in Ostrovského 253/3, Prague 5, ID 74554255.
What data of yours am I working with:
- To get in touch about your request for my services or training, I have an email address on the website where you can write to me. I will process the data you throw into my email so that I can answer your questions and requests.
If we agree to further cooperation, I will process your name, contact details (e-mail, telephone), your business details and, if applicable, the data you pass on to me so that I can provide you with my services.
If we don't agree on cooperation, your data will not stay with me for very long - I will delete it within 1 month. If we do agree to work together, I will process your data for 10 years from the end of our collaboration. All this data work is possible thanks to the so-called GDPR regulation (contract negotiation and contract execution).
- I don't have a processor who can access your data. Among other things, because I'm legally bound by medical confidentiality. This means that I cannot tell anyone that I provide services to you, much less disclose the content of such services.
- I do not share or transfer your personal data outside the European Union.
- If you need to contact me about your data and my work with it, please email me at email@example.com or call me at +420 722 948 340.
- The GDPR (Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC) gives you many rights. Among them is the right to contact me and ask for information about what personal data I process, to request access to your personal data, to have it updated or corrected, to request a restriction on processing, a copy of your personal data, a transfer of your personal data, or to request that I delete your personal data. If you believe that I am not handling personal data as I should, you have the option of filing a complaint with the Office for Personal Data Protection or going to court. However, I firmly believe that nothing like this will happen between us. 🙂