Pursuant to the present declaration, the Data Manager informs visitors and users of the website about its data management practice, organisational and technical measures instituted to protect the data and opportunities for legal remedy for users.
IBS International Business School (seat: 1031 Budapest Záhony u. 7; registration number: NAIH-62227) is the data manager.
The voluntary approval of users constitutes the legal grounds for managing the personal data specified under this section.
The start and end times of user visits is automatically recorded when the website is accessed, similarly to the browser, operating system data and the user’s IP address, depending on the settings of the user’s computer, in certain cases or the name of the site from which the user accessed the website. The system automatically generates statistical data from the above data. The operator does not link this data to other personal data and only uses it to generate statistics. Sparkinstitute.co sends a cookie to the user’s computer, which is, among others, necessary to automatically display messages sent to users.
Website services are accessible as follows:
a) Anyone is free to visit the website without having to provide any personal data beyond the technically automatic data managed (visitor level).
b) The user must provide their email address and other data requested when registering or applying to access specific contents, services (visitor level). This is necessary for the registering, applying user to be able to access the services offered by SPARK and apply for programmes, trainings. The Data Manager does not ensure access to the email address, personal data for visitors. SPARK exclusively uses the user’s email address for communication purposes if the user subscribes to the newsletter or applies to take part in a programme, training.
By providing their data, users agree to SPARK managing their personal data. Data provided to use the website is managed pursuant to the voluntary consent of the user and in light of the present information.
Registration and storage of visit times, the IP address, as well as the browser and operating system data are unique to the operation of the system; managing these is technically essential and undertaken for statistical purposes only.
Personal data provided on the sparkinstitute.co websites is managed for the purpose of the user to take part in a programme/training, for the user to be able to create an independent profile for the training, introduce her/himself to the group and the trainers, subscribe to the newsletter and for data management purposes in order to provide the services of the Data Manager by ensuring communication between the user and the Data Manager. The data manager is not authorised to use personal data for other purposes than those specified and shall confidentially handle this data. The data provided in the above manner is managed pursuant to the voluntary consent of the user.
SPARK manages personal data throughout the duration of the objective of data management or until consent is revoked. Personal data is immediately deleted concurrently to the cessation of the purpose of data management.
Session IDs are automatically deleted when the browser is closed. Users may delete their own cookies at any given time. Cookies are automatically deleted 6 months later.
Only data manager employees have access to the personal data provided by users and data generated automatically for technical operational purposes.
The data manager shall not disclose personal data to any third party or contract an external data processor. Data is protected from unauthorised access, tampering, transfer, disclosure, deletion or destruction, as well as accidental destruction and corruption. Data is stored on a server in Hungary.
In the event of mandatory data transfer required by law, SPARK verifies whether the legal grounds for data transfer truly apply in respect of each individual data, if necessary by requesting the data protection authority to provide an opinion before satisfying official data requests.
The user may change the data provided at any given time. To provide a new email address the user has to unsubscribe and resubscribe by providing the new email address if the user wishes to subscribe to the newsletter. The user’s email address or other data provided is not public and cannot be disclosed to any third party without the explicit consent of the user.
We store personal data on our own dedicated server protected around the clock located in the server room of the Internet service provider eSolution Ltd. (contact: 1114 Budapest, Fadrusz utca 26/A 3.). This server is located in Hungary.
Every visitor and registered user may request information on how personal data is managed. The Data Manager provides information in writing to the visitor/user about the data it manages, the purpose of data management, its legal grounds, duration, name and address (seat) of the data processor, activities relating to data management, as well as who and for what purpose the data is or was sent to within 30 days of requesting this. Anyone may request information by sending a request to the postal address of the data manager or via email to HELLO@SPARKINSTITUTE.CO by providing their postal address.
Users may object to the management of their personal data, within which framework they may also request the correction, deletion of their personal data by sending a request to the postal address of the data manager or via email to HELLO@SPARKINSTITUTE.CO.
The data manager replies to requests for data deletion no later than within 3 workdays of the receipt of the complaint. This reply period is 1 week from 1 July to 31 September and 20 December and 6 January.
By subscribing to the newsletter the user consents to SPARK sending information on its latest news and offers.
To unsubscribe the user types her/his email address in an input field and clicks on the unsubscribe link.
See Conditions of Use for further details about deleting data.
Please contact us if as a user you feel that SPARK has breached rights pertaining to the protection of personal data for us to be able to remedy any potential legal breach. We inform users that they may also take their case to a civil court or request assistance from the data protection authority. Act CXII of 2011 on informational self-determination and freedom of information and Article 13/A of Act CVIII of 2001 on certain aspects of electronic commerce serves and of services related to the information society set forth detailed provisions relating to the above, as well as data manager obligations.
Should you have any additional queries regarding the protection of personal data please send these to the email address HELLO@SPARKINSTITUTE.CO.
The data manager reserves the right to change their data protection declaration. This may in particular occur if the scope of services is extended or legal regulations make this mandatory. Changes to data management does not imply changes to the targeted management of personal data, its illegal extension. The data manager publishes information relating to this on its website 15 days in advance.
The contractual relationship for trainings is established between IBS and third parties applying for the training(s).