General Data Protection Regulation
The security and confidentiality of your personal data is very important to me. Therefore, I process your data exclusively on the basis of the legal regulations (GDPR). In this GDPR statement I inform you about the most important aspects of data processing within my website.
Name: Nóra Szűcs
Address: Margaretenstrasse 3/8, 1040 Vienna, Austria
Tel.: +43 (0) 699 17416896
Purpose and Legal Basis for Data Management:
When you visit the website, you can enter your personal information on the contact form under "Contact" or when you apply for a coaching session.
The data you can give me at the website are your surname, first name and email address. Providing these data is voluntary.
Your data might be requested at this website for three purposes: for initiating contact, for ordering a book or for providing a reference. I use these data only for responding to your inquiry, or for saying thank you for your reference.
I store your data for 6 months, but I do not collect them, do not compile them or use them for any business- or other purposes without asking for your the specific consent. I do not approach you with further offers, and do not operate newsletters, either. Third parties have no access to your data.
It is also possible to initiate contact by telephone. In that case I store your phone number for 6 months for processing your request, scheduling appointments or for answering your questions that you send me via your phone, but I do not use your phone number for any other purposes.
User rights for managed data:
You may request information about the data you have provided, you may request a change in them or you can also request their deletion, at any time.
If you request for a deletion, your contact request, the reference you gave me as well as information about your book order, or any other e-mail exchange we had will be deleted in my email- and phone account, at the website (in case of reference).
I do my utmost effort for ensuring the security of your data. Should you still have a concern, please, contact me at any of abovegiven addresses.
If your problem is still not solved you can turn to the superior authority. In Austria this is the Data Protection Authority (Datenschutzbehörde).