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Privacy Policy

This document details important information regarding the use and disclosure of user data collected on http://deadblock.com.

Deadblock.com hereby undertakes to comply with the present privacy policy. In drawing up the present rules, we have taken into account particularly the Act LXIII of 1992 on the Protection of Personal Data and the Disclosure of Information of Public Interest, the Act VI of 1998 on the Protection of Individuals with Regard to Automatic Processing of Personal Data, promulgating the Convention for the Protection of Individuals with regard to Automatic Processing of Personal data, signed in Strasbourg on January 28, 1981, as well as the recommendations of "ONLINE PRIVACY ALLIANCE".

The purpose of this Privacy policy is to secure in all areas of our services for every individual, whatever his nationality or residence, respect for his rights and fundamental freedoms, and in particular his right to privacy, with regard to automatic processing of personal data relating to him („data protection”).

Definitions in applying the present privacy policy:

Personal data shall mean any data relating to a specific (identified or identifiable) natural person (hereinafter referred to as ‘data subject’) as well as any conclusion with respect to the data subject which can be inferred from such data. In the course of data processing such data shall be considered to remain personal as long as their relation to the data subject can be restored;

Special data shall mean any personal data relating to

  1. racial, or national or ethnic minority origin, political opinion or party affiliation, religious or ideological belief, or membership in any interest representing organisation;
  2. state of health, pathological addictions, sexual life or criminal personal data;

Data processing shall mean any operation or set of operations which is performed upon data, irrespective of the applied procedure, such as collection, obtaining, recording, organisation, storage, alteration, use, transfer, making public, alignment or combination, blocking, deletion or destruction, as well as the barring of their further use;

Technical data processing shall mean the performance of technical tasks related to data processing operations, regardless of the methods or means employed or of the place of application;

Data transfer shall mean making data accessible for a specific third party;

Making public shall mean making data accessible to any person;

Data controller shall mean any natural or legal person or any organisation without legal personality that determines the purpose of the processing of data, makes decisions on data processing (including those as to the means of the processing) and implements these decisions or has them implemented by the technical data processor he has commissioned. Where data processing is obligatory, the purpose and conditions of data processing, the range and accessibility of data to be processed, the duration, as well as the person of the data controller shall be determined by the Act or local government decree ordering the data processing.

Technical data processor shall mean any natural or legal person or organisation without legal personality that carries out the technical processing of personal data, either on commission by the data controller or pursuant to a rule of law;

Deletion of data shall mean making data unrecognisable in such a way that they are not possible to restore any more;

Automated data file means any set of data undergoing automatic processing;

Automatic processing includes the following operations if carried out in whole or in part by automated means: storage of data, carrying out of logical and/or arithmetical operations on those data, their alteration, erasure, retrieval or dissemination;

Quality of data, requirements with regard to personal data, during automatic processing

Personal data undergoing automatic processing shall be:

  1. obtained and processed fairly and lawfully;
  2. stored for specified and legitimate purposes and not used in a way incompatible with those purposes;
  3. adequate, relevant and not excessive in relation to the purposes for which they are stored;
  4. accurate and, where necessary, kept up to date;
  5. preserved in a form which permits identification of the data subjects for no longer than is required for the purpose for which those data are stored.

Personal data revealing racial origin, political opinions or religious or other beliefs, as well as personal data concerning health or sexual life, may not be processed automatically unless domestic law provides appropriate safeguards. The same shall apply to personal data relating to criminal convictions.

Appropriate security measures shall be taken for the protection of personal data stored in automated data files against accidental or unauthorised destruction or accidental loss as well as against unauthorised access, alteration or dissemination.

Additional safeguards for the data subject

Any person shall be enabled:

  1. to establish the existence of an automated personal data file, its main purposes, as well as the identity and habitual residence or principal place of business of the controller of the file;
  2. to obtain at reasonable intervals and without excessive delay or expense confirmation of whether personal data relating to him are stored in the automated data file as well as communication to him of such data in an intelligible form;
  3. to obtain, as the case may be, rectification or erasure of such data on the easiest and fastest way possible;
  4. to have a remedy if a request for confirmation or, as the case may be, communication, rectification or erasure is not complied with.

The data controller shall inform the data subject, upon his request, of the data processed by the data controller or technically processed by the technical data processor, of the purpose of the data processing, of its legal basis and duration, of the name, address (seat) and activity of the technical data processor in connection with the data processing, as well as of those who received or will receive data and for what purpose. The data controller shall give the information in writing and in an easy to understand way, within the shortest possible time, but not later than within 30 days, of the lodging of the request.

In case of infringement of his rights the data subject, may institute court proceedings against the data controller. The data controller shall be liable for any damage suffered by data subjects as a result of an unlawful processing of their data or as a result of an infringement of the technical requirements of data protection. The data controller shall also be liable for any damage suffered by the data subject resulting from the actions of a technical data processor. The data controller shall be exempted from liability if he proves that the damage was the result of force majeure beyond the sphere of data processing. No compensation shall be paid for the part of damage suffered by the damaged person as a result of his intentional or grossly negligent conduct.

Personal data shall not be processed unless

  1. the data subject has given his consent; or
  2. ordered by an Act, or – based on authorisation conferred by an Act, and within the range of data specified therein – ordered by a local government decree.

On grounds of public interest, an Act may order the making public of an explicitly defined range of personal data. In all other cases data may not be made public without the consent, in the case of special data without the written consent, of the data subject. In cases of doubt it shall be presumed that the data subject has not given his consent. The data subject shall be presumed to have given his consent in the case of data communicated by him in the course of his public appearances or handed over by him for making them public.

Purpose-bound Nature of Data Processing

  1. Personal data shall be processed only for a specified purpose, in order to exercise a right or perform an obligation. This purpose shall be complied with in all phases of the data processing.
  2. No personal data shall be processed unless indispensable and suitable for the achievement of the purpose of the data processing, and only to the extent and for the duration necessary to achieve that purpose.

Data Transfer and Combination of Data Processing Operations

Personal data shall not be transferred and data processing operations shall not be combined unless consented to by the data subject or provided for by an Act, and unless the conditions for data processing are met with regard to each personal datum.

Data security

The data controller and, within its scope of activities the technical data processor, shall ensure data security and shall take all technical and organisational measures and elaborate the rules of procedure necessary to enforce compliance with this Act and other rules pertaining to data protection and confidentiality. Data shall be protected in particular against unauthorised access, alteration, transfer, making public, deletion or destruction, as well as against accidental destruction or damage.

Specific rules of deadblock.com that shall be applied within the above detailed framework

The security of your data is very important to deadblock.com, therefore we take all appropriate steps to limit the risk that it may be lost, damaged or misused.

1. DATA COLLECTED

  • Personal information:
    • Non-registered users can watch videos without registering and without any information being collected and processed. However the visitor's IP address may be recorded in the event that there is any misappropriation of information and/or content.
    • Additional personal information may be added on a voluntary basis after registration as the website's features permit. All of this data, with the exception of the e-mail address and IP address becomes publicly accessible information.
  • Cookies: Some of our features may place a unique identifier, called “cookie” on your computer. When you visit http://deadblock.com, we may send one or more cookies to your computer that uniquely identify your browser session. Deadblock.com uses both session cookies and persistent cookies. If you remove your persistent cookie, some of the site's features may not function properly. Cookies are used solely for the purpose of easier authentification of users, we do not use them for any other purpose.
  • Log file information: When you visit deadblock.com, our servers automatically record certain information that your web browser sends such as your web request, IP address, browser type, browser language, referring URL, platform type, domain names and the date and time of your request.
  • Our servers automatically record the IP address of our users, the type of their operating system and web browser and some other information. We only use this information in an aggregate form, to troubleshoot our applications and to improve their quality, or for statistical purposes. These data are not connected in any way to the other data provided by our users.
  • E-mails: If you contact us, we may keep a record of that correspondence.

2. USES

  • Your personally identifiable information submitted to Deadblock.com is used to provide you with the Website's general and special personalised features.
  • We do not use your e-mail address or other personally identifiable information to send commercial or marketing messages without your consent (see our “Spam policy” for details).
  • We may use your e-mail address without further consent for non-marketing or administrative purposes (such as notifying you of key website changes or for customer service purposes).
  • Deadblock.com processes personal data in strict compliance with (the Hungarian) Act LXXIII of 1992 on Data Protection, and (the Hungarian) Act VI of 1998 promulgating the Convention for the Protection of Individuals with regard to Automatic Processing of Personal data, signed in Strasbourg on January 28, 1981. Deadblock.com does not disclose personal data to third parties without the express consent of the data subject. Deadblock.com however reserves the right to send messages to its users occassionaly during the term of their contractual relationship. Users may revoke their consent for receiving advertisements communicated by the method of direct request, according to applicable laws. Revoking consent shall not be applied for receiving messages relating to the technical aspects of the service (messages about maintenance, notices etc.). All data permitting direct contact with the users (such as e-mail addresses) are only used for the purposes expressly agreed on by the user. Deadblock.com does not disclose them to third parties without the express written approval of the user, unless Deadblock.com is required to do so by law. If the expansion of our services makes it necessary, we may send information material to our users. In all such cases we will send prior notification to the user about the volume and the type of materials the user may expect if the user wishes to subsribe to the service in question, and if we enable the subscription of the user. If the user has not given his express permission to receive these services, he may only use the services that he has consented to, and only until he expressly withdraws his consent.
  • We analyse aggregated user traffic information to help streamline our marketing and hosting operations and to improve the quality of the Deadblock.com user-experience.
  • Deadblock.com measures and tracks the users’ behaviour and some statistical data (the popularity of the user’s site, the amount of clicks on the site), and for this purposes it operates an appropriate tracking system and registry. It reserves the right to publish these data in an aggregate and anonymous form. These statistics are aggregates, and do not contain any data that permits the identification of the user.

3. DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION

We only release / disclose data under the following cirsumstances:

  • to comply with any legal obligation; or
  • in order to enforce our Terms of Use and other agreements; or
  • to protect the rights, property or safety of Deadblock.com or our subscribers or third parties; or
  • to identify and protect against fraudulent transactions and other misuses of our website.

This includes exchanging information with other companies and organisations including the police and governmental authorities for the purposes of protection against fraud or any other kind of illegal activity whether or not identified in the Terms of Use. It is Deadblock.com's policy, whenever possible and legally permissible, to promptly notify you upon an obligation to supply data to any third party.

4. SECURITY

Where we have given you (or where you have chosen) a password which enables you to access certain parts of our Website, you are responsible for keeping this password confidential. We ask you not to share your password with anyone.
Should an unauthorized person have an access for and abuse the password, the operator shall not be held responsible for this action.

Unfortunately, the transmission of information via the Internet is not completely secure. Deadblock.com uses commercially reasonable physical, managerial and technical safeguards to preserve the integrity and security of your personal information. We cannot, however, ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to Deadblock.com and you do so at your own risk.

5. YOUR RIGHTS

You are entitled to access and correct your data by doing so directly on the website.

6. DATA PROTECTION OBLIGATIONS

The operator of the Deadblock.com website, Digital Reality Publishing Korlátolt Felelősségű Társaság (Digital Reality Publishing Limited Liability Company, the Operator) undertakes to publish a clear, unambiguous and noticeable warning before collecting, registering or processing any user data, and to inform users of the methods, the purposes and the principles of data collection. Furthermore, in all cases when date collection, processing and registration is not obligatory, the Operator informs the user that providing data is optional. If data provision is obligatory, the legal basis must also be indicated. The user must be informed of the purpose of data processing, and ofthe person responsible for data processing and handling. If the transfer or combination of data is obligatory, informing the data subject of this circumstance is sufficient.

The Operator must inform and obtain the prior express consent of the user, if Operator wishes to use the data provided for purposes different from the original purpose. The Operator must allow the user to refuse his consent.
When entering, processing and registering data, Operator complies with all the limitations set out in this Privacy Policy, and informs the user (upon request) of its activities by e-mail. The Operator undertakes not to impose any sanctions on a user who refuses to provide data, when providing data is not obligatory.

The Operator undertakes to ensure data security, and will take all technical and management measures and develops all procedures to ensure that all data collected, processed or stored remains secure, and it prevents the destruction, unauthorized use or modification of data. Operator undertakes to call upon all third parties to whom it transfers or sends data to fulfil their data protection obligations.
All public information channels (for example forums) provided by deadblock.com are to be used by our users at their own risk. The copyright of all comments belongs to the user in question, however the Operator has the right to quote them without limitation and disseminate them. Third parties are only allowed to download, to print and to disseminate the comments for their personal use, and the comments may only be used with the prior written permission of Operator. We would like to draw our users’ attention to the fact that several acts are applicable to all comments displayed in the public communication channels, such as (the Hungarian) Act IV. of 1959 on the Civil Code, and (the Hungarian) Act IV. of 1978 on the Criminal Code. All data allowing direct contact with the users of our communication services is treated in strict confidence, we permit no unathorised access, and we do not transfer the data to third persons, unless we are required to do so by law.
Operator keeps a separate registry of all data necessary for the identification of the user and which are provided by the user during registration or when logging in to the site. All these data may only be accessed by the user and the Operator. The user is entitled to change all these data in the appropriate section of the website (except for the user name, which cannot be changed due to technical reasons). All the data provided during registration will be deleted by Operator upon request of the user, within 1 working day of receiving a request to do so. You may send us such a request to support@digitalreality.eu

Users are entitled to information about the processing of their data. The data processor, upon request of Operator provides information to the data subject about the scope of data processes, the purposes, the legal basis of data procession, as well as the name of the technical data processor, its address (seat) and its data protection activities, and also of persons who have received the data, and the purpose of data transfer. All requests for information are to be sent via e-mail to support@digitalreality.eu, the Operator will reply to queries within 7 working days. The users may request the deletion of their data according to the provisions of the point above.

Our services may also contain certain links to the websites of other service providers. The Operator is no way liable for the data and information protection practices of these third party sites.