Consent with Personal Data Processing
Having filled out and sent the registration form for the BIE Contest, including the contact details, the Competitor grants his/her consent to the provision of his/her personal data to the Organizers stated above, to the processing of such data by the Organizers in the scope necessary for the BIE Contest to take place particularly, but not limited to, the provision and processing of his/her name, age, sex, year of study, contact details (telephone number and e-mail address) and any and all data reasonably required by the Organizers or the Partner in order the BIE Contest to take place. The Organizers or the Partner shall be processing the Competitors’ personal data provided in accordance with the valid legislation, particularly EU Data Protection Laws as set in EU Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation), and Regulation No. 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data; in their databases for sending Best In English communications (further referred to as Newsletters) and act as Data Controllers according to the GDPR Act for 3 following years.
The Competitor also acknowledges and agrees that the personal data provided by the Competitor for the aforementioned purpose and for the aforementioned period may be processed and stored through the Organizers’ authorized employees or, as the case may be, through third parties (such as external contractual partners as processors of personal data).
Provision of personal data by the Competitor is completely voluntary. The personal data will be processed in electronic format, particularly when such will be collected, copied for back-up, archived, used and subsequently liquidated. The Competitor notes that he/she is entitled to access the data provided him/her and to correct, supplement and amend such; specifically, the Competitor is entitled to request in writing any of the Organizers or the Partner to provide him/her with information regarding the processing of the Competitor’s personal data. In that case, the requested Organizer (Data Controller) will be obliged to provide the Competitor with the required information without undue delay. If the Competitor finds out that the personal data are inaccurate or incomplete in regard to the purpose of their processing, the Competitor may request such Organizer or such designated personal data processor to rectify such situation and can do so also in the form of a written request addressed to such Organizer or such designated personal data processor and the above persons are obliged to correct such data.
The Competitor explicitly agrees that any of the Organizers (Data Controllers) or the Partner or a third-party authorized Data Processors by any of them is allowed to use the personal data provided by him/her for marketing and commercial purposes in connection with the sending of Newsletters or SMS messages. In particular, the Competitor agrees with the Competitor’s name, surname, telephone and e-mail address being used and thus hereby gives consent to the personal data being used without any other further claims for the exclusive commercial and marketing purposes of the Organizers.
The Competitor confirms that he/she received the information to the effect that he/she can withdraw his/her consent with the processing of his/her personal data at any time. The Competitor can carry out such withdrawal by giving a written notice addressed to the registered office of the designated Organizer-Data Controller as mentioned above or by sending an e-mail message to the address firstname.lastname@example.org in relation to all of them.
Data Protection Officer (DPO) is Jindrich Josifek, director of the Institute for Competencies Development and the co-owner of Czech-us v.o.s., student agency. This role exists within companies that process the personal data of EU citizens. A DPO is responsible for overseeing the data protection approach, strategy, and its implementation – responsible for GDPR compliance.