Data Protection Declaration

Data Protection Declaration

National Archives of Hungary (NAH)/Budapest City Archives (BCA) require registration for the use of some of its services. As a result, NAH/BCA acquire the User's natural identification data and address (in the following, Data).
In order to provide services, NAH/BCA are authorised to handle the User's data required for identification and the information concerning the time and duration of using the given service.
NAH/BCA will delete the Data after the expiry of their purpose or the term prescribed for their preservation in the relevant legal provisions, or at the request of the User.
When deleting the User's registration, all registered and preserved Data will be deleted. However, some of the Data might be temporarily preserved after deleting the registration, e.g. in safety copies.
NAH/BCA will provide for the protection of the Data as expectable, performing the necessary safety measures and especially protecting them from unauthorised access, modification, forwarding, publicising, deletion or annihilation as well as accidental annihilation or injury and inaccessibility resulting from changes in the technology of data handling.
NAH/BCA will only make the Data accessible for third parties in possession of the permission of the User or if required to do so by legal provisions. NAH/BCA will use the data for identification, contacting and service provision purposes.
It is the right of the User to modify their Data or request NAH/BCA to correct any data entered incorrectly that cannot be modified by Users. Also, Users can request information on the handling of their data.
NAH/BCA will handle data in accordance with the provisions set in Act CXII of 2011 on Informational autonomy and the freedom of information.
Users can submit their complaints immediately to NAH/BCA, which public institution will do all within its capacity to redress any breaches of law.
As set in Act CXII of 2011 and the Civil Code, Users can seek legal redress in questions involving the handling of their Data by addressing their claims to a court of law or submitting their complaints to the National Data Protection and Freedom of Information Authority.

Budapest, 9, August 2013