Privacy policy

PRIVACY POLICY

If you are a visitor to our blog, you will be able to get your personal information from us. We process our data and we are responsible for its security. We promise that your data is sufficiently protected and complies with the requirements of the Privacy Policy (GDPR).

We do not sell any product, so you are not our customers but our blog visitors.

The administrator of your personal information

Personal data manager is Lukáš Kunc, U Dubečské tvrze 1664, Praha 10, which runs the website www.moveeatforlife.com, www.moveeatforlife.cz. Luke Your data manages and determines how long your personal data will be processed and for what purpose. We also choose other processors to use to use.

What data we process and why

We process your personal data primarily to provide you with the best possible content. Individual processing reasons:

  • Newsletters – If you have subscribed to new articles, we will give you a preview of the entire article on your email.
  • Competitions – If you participate in any of our competitions, we will process your email only for contact purposes in the event of a win. Once the contest is over, the contact information from our database will not be displayed unless you explicitly agree to send us further emails.

Passing of personal data to third parties

Your data is processed by administrator Lukáš Kunc, with the use of another editor of Wedos, whose processing consists in storing data on secure cloud servers.

In order to measure how you like our blog, where you have the most time and where to click, we use

a service provider for certain basic analytical operations integrated with WordPress in the Jetpack plugin.

How to contact us

Whether you have a question or request, you can contact us at info@moveeatforlife.com.

Transmitting your data outside the European Union

Your data is processed exclusively in the European Union or in countries that provide an adequate level of protection on the basis of the European Commission’s decision.

Security and Privacy

Your data is safe for us. We have taken technical measures to ensure personal data protection by encrypting HTTPS data transfer (lock next to our URL) and to secure your personal information in accordance with Article 32 GDPR.

Your rights in connection with the protection of personal data

You have a number of rights in relation to the protection of your personal data. If you wish to use any of these rights, please contact us via e-mail: info@moveeatforlife.com.

You have the right to the information you are reading right now.

You can invite us at any time with the right to access, and we will show you within 30 days how we process your personal data and why. If anything changes or you find personal or outdated personal data, you have the right to add and change your personal information.

You may use the right to restrict your processing if you believe we process your inaccurate data, you believe we process it unlawfully, but you do not intend to delete all data or have objected to the processing. You can limit the range of personal data or processing purposes.

Right to be forgotten: Your next right is the right to erase (be forgotten). We do not want to forget about you, but if you wish, you have the right. 😞 In this case, we will delete all your personal data from your system and from the system of all partial processors and backups. We need 30 days to secure the right to erase.

Complaint at the Office for Personal Data Protection. If you feel that we are not compliant with your data, you have the right to contact the Office for Personal Data Protection at any time. Be very glad if you first tell us about this suspicion that we can do something about it and correct any mistakes.

Unsubscribe from newsletters. Emails with an article are sent to you based on our legitimate interest based on your consent. The subscription of our emails can be terminated by clicking on the unsubscribe link in each e-mail you sent.

Secrecy. We are required to keep confidential personal information and security measures whose disclosure has compromised the security of your personal information. This confidentiality persists even after the end of our engagement with us. Without your consent, you will also not provide your information to any third party.