Privacy Policy

 

Operator of the Break On Budapest site (Event Organizer):

Három Idea Kft.

2151 Fót, Kosztolányi Dezső utca 27. fszt. 2.

Email: bob@breakonbudapest.com

Tax number: 24806594-2-13

 

General section

Protecting your personal information is extremely important to us. The privacy statement read here informs you about the personal data we store in connection with your registration for the Break on Budapest Salsa Festival (hereinafter: the Event) and how we process and use this data.

Acquired data

Participation at the Event is subject to the purchase of a PASS. For the issuance and electronic transmission of the PASS, as well as for information on the method of payment of the PASS, we need your (the Participant’s) personal data (name, email address); and in order to use and settle cost-reimbursed services we also need certain personal data (name, address) for invoicing.

The event will also include video and audio recordings (video, photo, online stream, post), which the Organizers will consider their own property and use as necessary for their marketing activities, for the purpose of advertising the event.

 

Legal basis and purpose of processing

We collect your personal information for the following purposes:

The processing of personal data that must be provided during registration is necessary for the identification of the Participants, in order to carry out the registrations on www.breakonbudapest.com and to fulfill the purchase of the product ordered in this way (PASS). The system will also send an e-mail to the Participant confirming the registration and the payment. The data of the Participants will be passed only to the persons necessary for the fulfillment of the orders (Ambassador), on the basis of a separate consent statement, who will handle it at their own risk. Our partners (Ambassador) undertake to treat the data we provide to us in all cases in accordance with the relevant regulations.

We may also use your information to contact you. This includes providing help and support, as well as providing important contract information (registration confirmation, payment reminder, payment confirmation, deregistration reminder, deregistration confirmation).

When you register for PASS in order to participate in the Event, you must give your express consent to collect and process the personal data you voluntarily provide directly to the Event Organizer

The processing of personal data – if you have marked the data protection consent statement as accepted on the Registration page – starts by clicking the Submit button and the processing lasts until the personal data is deleted upon request, the purpose of data processing is terminated or data processing is prohibited by the User.

 

Data transmission and service providers

Your data will be kept strictly confidential and will not be disclosed to third parties unless you have chosen to make a cash payment through Ambassador. We will inform you in advance and do so only with your consent. If you agree, the Ambassador of your choice will know your name, email address, the type of PASS you wish to purchase and the date of registration. In certain circumstances, we may be obliged to transfer your data without your permission, for example to investigating authorities. The transfer of your data will still be within the legal framework.

 

Storage time

By default, we will only store your data for as long as it is necessary to provide the related services (ie. until you take part at the Event). We will then delete your personal information, except for information that must be retained for contractual or legal purposes (such as tax or commercial purposes, eg. billing). This year, due to epidemiological regulations and possible contact research obligations, the data will be stored for 4 weeks after the end of the Event and then deleted.

 

Social media

Facebook, Instagram

Our website provides links to the Facebook website and, from a mobile phone, to Instagram and Facebook. The Service is operated solely by Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA (Facebook).

You can find the mentioned links in our website under www.creakonbudapest.com under the Contact menu item.

If you click on such a link while visiting our website and you are logged in to your personal Facebook / Instagram user account, the system will transmit to Facebook / Instagram the information that you have visited our website.

Visiting the website and the “BOB – Break on Budapest Salsa Festival” page, the “BOB – Break on Budapest Salsa Festival 2020” event and the “bobsalsafestivalbudapest” Instagram account will be assigned to your profile by Facebook / Instagram. This data is transmitted and stored by Facebook. If you want to prevent this, you must log out of your Facebook / Instagram user account before clicking the link. The function of Facebook / Instagram links, especially the transmission of data and user data, is not activated only by visiting our website, but only by clicking on the appropriate link.

 

IT security

In order to avoid misuse of our services, with the help of an IT security service provider, we collect and process certain data anonymously about the features of the terminal device used by the User (“device identification data”), the raw data of the TCP / IP connection and the use of our website, by use of cookies and tracking technologies.

In doing so, the IP address is also recorded and processed, but encrypted within a few seconds. We do not collect or store personal information. The data is stored at the IT security service provider to prevent fraud attempts.

If we become aware that a User is abusing or attempting to abuse our services, we will forward this information to the IT security service provider. In doing so, there may also be occasional transfers of asset identification data, but not personal data.

 

Right of revocation, deletion of data

Your personal data will be deleted as soon as 4 weeks after the Event has taken place. Please note that we are unable to delete your data if we have a data retention obligation for legal or other reasons, or if your data is required to bill for our services.

If you have agreed to the processing of your personal data, you can withdraw your consent at any time or request the deletion of your personal data. Please note that in order to participate in the Event, the identification of the Participants is essential.

Information on data protection, viewing and correcting information, and deleting and blocking data

For general questions about the privacy statement and data protection, or if you would like to request, correct, block or delete your private data in accordance with legal requirements, please contact us by e-mail and provide your full name and e-mail address. You can contact us through the contact details at the beginning of this privacy statement.

 

Additional Terms and Conditions for Barion Pixel

Effective September 5, 2019

Barion Payment Zrt. (Registered office: 1117 Budapest, Infopark sétány 1. I. building 5. floor 5 .; court of registration: Fővárosi Törvényszék Cégbírósága; company registration number: Cg. 01-10-048552; tax number: 25353192-2-43; tax number: HU25353192) as the general terms and conditions of the Barion Pixel Service Provider. The General Terms and Conditions of Barion Payment Zrt. As an electronic money issuing institution for the Barion service (hereinafter: Barion General Terms and Conditions or Barion GTC) shall apply with respect to Barion Pixel with the exceptions contained in these Additional General Terms and Conditions.

1. Definitions Capitalized terms used in these Supplementary Terms and Conditions are the same as those used in the Barion Terms and Conditions. In addition, in these Supplementary Terms and Conditions, the following terms have the following meanings:

1.1 Barion Data Management Information The Service Management Information of the Service Provider is valid at all times and published on the website of www.barion.com.

1.2 Barion Cookie Information The Service Provider’s Cookie Information is valid at all times and published on the website www.barion.com.

1.3 Barion Pixel A java script based measurement code that is placed on the Merchant’s Website and tracks the activity of the Website’s visitors using cookies placed in the Website’s visitors’ browser. After placing the cookie on the Website’s visitor device, Barion Pixel collects data about the Website’s visitors and their browsing habits and transmits the data directly to the Service Provider’s server. The Service Provider uses this data for risk analysis and assessment for fraud prevention purposes (Section 5.4 of the Barion Data Management Information) and for examining behavioral habits for the purpose of personalizing advertisements and recommendations for marketing purposes (Section 5.12 of the Barion Data Management Information). There are two versions of Barion Pixel: the Barion Pixel Basic Version and the Barion Pixel Full Version.

1.4 Barion Pixel Basic Version A version of Barion Pixel that collects data for risk analysis and assessment for fraud prevention purposes only.

1.5 Barion Pixel Technical Documentation A document published by the Service Provider on its website or otherwise, containing the technical conditions necessary for the use of Barion Pixel.

1.6 Barion Pixel Full Version 2 data-collecting versions of Barion Pixel, both for fraud prevention and risk analysis and for marketing purposes, for the purpose of personalizing advertisements and recommendations.

1.7 Consent Management Platform Software that obtains and records a statement (consent or rejection) from visitors to the Merchant Website regarding the placement of cookies and the management of data with the cookie in accordance with the applicable data protection and other legislation.

1.8 Enforcement Claim Any claim filed or enforced by a Third Party against the Merchant or the Service Provider, or any proceedings initiated against them, in which it is claimed that the data processing operation using the Barion Pixel through the Merchant’s Website infringes the rights of third parties, or data protection rights.

1.9 Merchant’s Data Management Information The information on the data management performed by the Merchant, regardless of its name, published on the Merchant’s Website, in accordance with the data protection legislation in force at any time, for the purpose of informing the visitors of the Website.

1.10 Merchant Cookie Information Information on the use of the Website cookie, regardless of its name, published on the Merchant’s Website in accordance with the applicable data protection and other legislation in force, intended to inform the Website visitors. The Merchant Privacy Notice and the Merchant Cookie Notice, regardless of its name, may also be a document.

1.11 Service Provider The Issuer as defined in the Barion General Terms and Conditions, which is the developer, operator of Barion Pixel and the data controller during the data collection with the Barion Pixel cookie.

1.12 Website The website of the Merchant’s Place of Acceptance approved by the Merchant.

1.13 Website Visitor Users who visit the Website.

2. Barion Pixel specifications

2.1. The Merchant undertakes to implement Barion Pixel on its Website in accordance with the Barion Pixel Technical Documentation published by the Service Provider (hereinafter: Implementation). The contractual implementation of the Basic or Full Version of the Barion Pixel is a condition for the approval of the Acceptance Site.

2.2. For the implementation of the Barion Pixel on the Website, the Merchant is obliged to ensure the existence of the technical conditions and the corresponding settings at its own expense. The Service Provider is not responsible for 2.1. for damages resulting from incorrect or incomplete implementation of the implementation according to point.

 2.3. The Service Provider reserves the right to change the technical conditions of the Barion Pixel, if this is necessary due to the technical development in the meantime or in the opinion of the Service Provider for the security of the service. The Service Provider publishes the changed technical conditions on its own website. The Merchant is obliged to ensure compliance with the changed technical conditions at its own expense by the deadline specified in the publication of the changed conditions 3. If the Merchant fails to comply with this obligation, the Service Provider shall not be liable to the Merchant or any other third party for the resulting damage.

 2.4. Following the contractual implementation of the Barion Pixel on the Website, the Merchant undertakes to continuously run the Barion Pixel on its Website in the unaltered form provided by the Service Provider during the existence of the Acceptance Site and technically ensure that Barion Pixel places a cookie on the Website in compliance with the regulations.

3. Use Rights

3.1. The Service Provider provides the Merchant with a free, non-exclusive, non-transferable right of use for Barion Pixel and related documentation as copyrighted works in order to fulfill this Agreement and to the extent necessary for this purpose. The right of use does not expressly cover the reproduction, copying, modification, modification, distribution (making available on physical media) of the Barion Pixel. The right of use may not be transferred to a third party, nor may any further right of use be transferred to a third party. The Service Provider reserves the property rights of Barion Pixel and the related documentation as copyrighted works, and does not transfer them to the Merchant.

3.2. The right of use under this clause shall belong to the Merchant until the acceptance of the Place of Acceptance in accordance with the contract.

4. Data management, data protection

4.1. Barion Pixel is a cookie developed and operated by the Service Provider, which collects and transmits data directly to the Service Provider as a data controller. By implementing the Barion Pixel on the Website, the Merchant, as the operator of the Website, contributes to the placement of the Barion Pixel cookie on the website#39;s visitor device. In doing so, the Merchant does not handle personal data, personal data does not come to its knowledge.

4.2. The Service Provider manages the personal data collected with Barion Pixel on the basis of its legitimate interest in risk analysis and assessment for fraud prevention purposes (Section 5.4 of the Barion Data Management Information). The Service Provider places Barion Pixel as a cookie necessary for risk analysis and assessment and operation, primarily for fraud prevention purposes. The Service Provider handles the personal data collected with the Full Version of the Barion Pixel – in addition to the fraud prevention purpose – for the purpose of marketing in order to personalize advertisements and recommendations for the purpose of examining behavioral habits (Barion Data Management Information 5.12). For this purpose, the data management of the Service Provider is possible only with the consent of the Website visitor. The Full Version of Barion Pixel, if it also collects data for the purpose of examining behavioral habits in order to personalize advertisements and recommendations for marketing purposes, is considered a consent cookie. The Service Provider declares and warrants that the data collected with Barion Pixel will only be handled for the purposes specified in this section in accordance with the provisions of its respective Data Management Information, and will not be used for other purposes.

4.3. The Merchant, as the operator of the Website, is obliged to inform the visitors of the Website about the cookies used by the Website in advance, in accordance with the data protection and other legal regulations in force at any time, before placing them on the website#39;s visitor#39;s device. 4 The Merchant declares and warrants that it will publish on the Website the Merchant Cookie Prospectus and the Merchant Privacy Statement in accordance with the data protection and other legislation in force at any time. The Merchant declares and warrants that its activities during the operation of the Website comply with the data protection legislation in force at any time.

4.4. Subject to Section 4.2, if the Merchant implements the Full Version of Barion Pixel as the operator of the Website, it is also obliged to provide the consent of the Website visitors for the placement of cookies and data management for cookie marketing purposes in accordance with current data protection legislation (hereinafter: Website Visitor). Consent) to be obtained and recorded, and to inform the Service Provider thereof as described in the Barion Pixel Technical Documentation published by the Service Provider – in the manner and form specified therein (see consent event). To this end, the Merchant is obliged to use the Consent Management Platform on its Website. If the Merchant implements the Full Version of the Barion Pixel, the Merchant declares and warrants that it will fully comply with its obligations under this clause during the term of this Agreement.

4.5. In order to comply with the provisions of clauses 4.3 and 4.4 in accordance with the provisions of clauses, the Service Provider shall include in the current Barion Pixel Technical Documentation samples related to Barion Pixel and – in the Service Provider#39;s opinion – in accordance with data protection practices (eg: sample) and offers a Contribution Management Platform. These are the minimum requirements that the Trader must meet at least in relation to clauses 4.3 and 4.4. The Merchant shall be fully liable to the Service Provider for all damages resulting from the failure to do so.

4.6. The Merchant shall notify the Service Provider in writing of any Enforcement Claim notified to the Merchant in the shortest time reasonably expected, but no later than within five (5) business days of becoming aware of it. If the Enforcement Claim contains information on the basis of which a data protection incident may be suspected, the Merchant shall notify the Service Provider thereof as soon as possible, but not later than twenty-four (24) hours.

4.7. The Merchant acknowledges that the data controller of the data collected with Barion Pixel is the Service Provider, so the lawful information of the Website visitors and the acquisition of the Website Consent of the Website Visitors is a fundamental and legitimate interest of the Service Provider and a legal obligation. In view of this, the breach of the obligations set forth in clauses 4.3 – 4.5 by the Merchant endangers or frustrates the lawful data processing of the Service Provider, for which the Merchant is fully liable to the Service Provider and for claims, costs, expenses, losses related to or arising lawyer#39;s fees, litigation costs and the cost of a possible settlement) are entirely due to the Service Provider.

4.8. The Merchant is aware that the success of the Service Provider as a payment service provider operating in the financial market is based on the Service Provider#39;s reputation and the trust of customers in the Service Provider and the Service Provider#39;s products. Based on this, the Merchant acknowledges and accepts that under no circumstances may the activity performed within the framework of the cooperation create a bad reputation of the Service Provider, the Service Provider in any direction or the service or product offered, or lead to a decrease in customers#39; trust in the Service Provider. Subject to this, the Merchant shall refrain from any such conduct. If the Merchant – in breach of this obligation – breaches this obligation, the Merchant shall be fully liable to the Service Provider.

4.9. The warranty obligation under clauses 4.3 and 4.4 shall be borne by the Merchant as long as the Barion Pixel is placed on the Merchant#39;s Website.

5. Liability, breach of contract

5.1. The Service Provider shall not be liable for damages incurred by the Merchant for the following reasons: a. the Merchant uses or implements the Barion Pixel improperly; b. the Merchant does not comply with data protection legislation; c. the Merchant fails to comply with all or part of the provisions of the Contract, including these Additional General Terms and Conditions.

5.2. The Service Provider is entitled to check the fulfillment of these Additional General Terms and Conditions, in particular the provisions of clause 4, by the Merchant at any time. In order to perform this inspection, the Merchant is obliged to cooperate with the Service Provider in all respects and to provide all the necessary information to the Service Provider.

5.3. If the Merchant violates these Supplementary General Terms and Conditions, it shall be considered a Breach of Contract in accordance with clauses 6.1.23 g) and 21.7 a) of the Barion GTC and the Service Provider is entitled to accept the Acceptance Site services and / or terminate the Agreement with immediate effect.