Privacy policy

The purpose of this information is to capture data protection, management principles, management of Service and privacy policies applied by the (the website) operator, Mayweather-Miller Communications (hereinafter referred to as Service Provider), which is bound by the Service recognizes it as mandatory, as the Service Provider aims to ensure the protection of the personal data of the users registered on the website to the fullest extent possible.

By using the website, using one of its services and applications, the User consents to the processing of his / her personal data in accordance with the provisions of this Data Management Information.


The Service Provider’s name:Code Zero Kft.
The registered office of the Service Provider: 1081 Budapest, Népszínház utca 19/IV/2/a
Tax number of the Service Provider: 25353570-2-42
Phone number of the Service Provider: +36 1 327 4200

Concept definitions

Personal data: data associated with the data subject – especially the concerned name, identification number and characteristics of one or more of physical, physiological, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of knowledge – and can be deducted from the data, conclusions concerning him;

Affected: any specific natural person identified or – directly or indirectly – identifiable on the basis of personal data (in the case of this prospectus, the User);

Consent: a voluntary and firm declaration of the data subject’s intention, based on adequate information, giving his or her unambiguous consent to the processing of personal data concerning him or her, in whole or in part;

Privacy policy: any operation or set of operations on data, regardless of the procedure used, in particular the collection, recording, recording, systematisation, storage, alteration, use, consultation, transmission, disclosure, coordination or interconnection, blocking, erasure and destruction of data, and prevent its further use, take photographs, sound or images, and record physical identifiers (eg fingerprints or palm prints, DNA samples, irises);

Data controller: a natural or legal person or an organization without legal personality who, alone or together with others, determines the purpose of the processing, makes and implements decisions on data processing (including the means used) or implements it with a data controller entrusted by it (this prospectus); in the case of the Service Provider);

Data transmission: making the data available to a specific third party;

Disclosure: making the data available to anyone;

Data Deletion: making the data unrecognizable in such a way that it is no longer possible to recover them;

Data designation: providing the data with an identification mark to distinguish it;

Data lock: identifying the data in order to limit its further processing, definitively or for a specified period;

Data processing: performing technical tasks related to data management operations, regardless of the method and means used to perform the operations and the place of application, provided that the technical task is performed on the data;

Data processor: a natural or legal person or an organization without legal personality who carries out the processing of data on the basis of a contract concluded with the data controller, including the conclusion of a contract on the basis of a provision of law;

Principle of data management

The Service Provider handles the recorded personal data in accordance with the data protection legislation in force at any time, in accordance with this prospectus.

Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Regulation (EC) No 95/46 (GDPR = General Data Protection Regulation) ).

The Decree stipulates that the Data Controller is obliged to ensure the exercise of the rights of the data subjects concerned and to provide the data subject with adequate information regarding the processing of personal data. The prior information obligation of the data subject on the right to information self-determination and freedom of information is set out in Act CXII of 2011. also required by law.

In our Privacy Policy, we record the manner, time and rules of the use and storage (data management) of the data provided during the completion of the contact form on the website in accordance with Act CXII of 2011 on Freedom of Information. in accordance with the provisions of this Act, subject to the recommendations of the Online Privacy Alliance and relevant international conventions.

The legal basis of data management

The collection and processing of personal data during the operation of the website and the management of its services is based on basic voluntary consent.

The User can find the report by using the service of the website, ie under the Contact menu item: by filling in the contact form. The legal basis for data management is the voluntary modification of the user.

The User has the right to withdraw the voluntary consent referred to in the previous point at any time. In this case, the Service Provider deletes the User’s data from the user’s data after the revocation. Unless otherwise provided by law, the Service Provider shall fulfill the legal obligation (such as the accounting obligation, the contractual obligation concluded with the User) or enforce its own or a third party’s legitimate interest, if the enforcement of this interest is a right related to the protection of personal data. without further consent, and after the withdrawal of the User’s consent.

Scope of data managed

During and after the performance of the service provided by the Service Provider, the Service Provider handles the following personal data of the User based on the voluntary consent of the User: surname, first name, e-mail address. The User is solely responsible for the authenticity and accuracy of the personal data.

Purpose of data management

The Service Provider asks for contact information in addition to the name on the contact form for help in answering the question.

The Service Provider does not disclose the User’s personal data to unauthorized third parties.


The Service Provider handles the personal data processed in connection with the use of the services until the purpose of the data management is achieved.

The User may request the deletion of his personal data from the Service Provider by sending an e-mail to the email address The Service Provider deletes the User’s personal data without the data subject’s request, if its processing is illegal, the purpose of data processing has ceased or the data storage period has expired, ordered by a court or the National Data Protection and Freedom of Information Authority, or if the data processing is incomplete or erroneous – and this condition cannot be legally remedied – provided that cancellation is not precluded by law.

Instead of deleting, the Service Provider blocks the personal data if the User so requests or if, on the basis of the information available to him, it can be assumed that the deletion would harm the legitimate interests of the User. The personal data blocked in this way is handled by the Service Provider only as long as the purpose of data management, which precludes the deletion of the personal data, exists. Following the withdrawal of the User’s consent, the Service Provider may continue to process the personal data of the data subject in order to fulfill its obligations under the law (especially the accounting obligations).

The User may object to the processing of his / her personal data by sending an e-mail to,

– if the processing or transmission of personal data is necessary only for the fulfillment of a legal obligation to the Service Provider or for the enforcement of the legitimate interest of the data controller, data recipient or third party, except for the so-called mandatory data management;

– if the use or transfer of personal data is for the purpose of direct business acquisition, public opinion polling or scientific research; and

– in other cases specified by law.

The data controller shall examine the protest as soon as possible, but not later than within 15 days from the submission of the request, make a decision on the merits thereof and inform the applicant in writing of its decision.

If the controller establishes that the data subject’s objection is justified, the data processing, including further data collection and transmission, shall be terminated and the data blocked, and the objection and the action taken on it shall be notified to all persons to whom the data subject has previously transmitted, and who are obliged to take action to enforce the right to protest.

If the data subject does not agree with the decision made by the data controller, or if the data controller fails to comply with the 15-day time limit, the data subject may apply to a court within 30 days from the notification of the decision or the last day of the time limit. The court is acting out of turn.

If the data subject does not receive the data necessary to enforce the data subject’s rights due to the data subject’s protest, he or she may apply to a court against the data controller for access to the data within 15 days of the notification. The data controller may also sue the data subject.

If the data controller fails to notify, the data controller may request information from the data controller on the circumstances related to the failure of the data transfer, which the data controller is obliged to provide within 8 days after the delivery of the data subject’s request. In the event of a request for information, the data recipient may apply to the data controller against a court within 15 days of the provision of the information, but no later than the time limit open for that purpose. The data controller may also sue the data subject.

The data controller may not delete the data of the data subject if the data processing has been ordered by law. However, the data may not be transferred to the data recipient if the data controller has agreed to the protest or the court has established the legitimacy of the protest.

Request for information

The User is entitled at any time to request information about the personal data processed by the Service Provider in connection with the services of the website at the email address or at the telephone number +36 1 327 4200. At the request of the User, the Service Provider provides information on the data processed by the User in connection with the given service, their source, the purpose, legal basis, duration of the data processing, the name and address of the data processor, the legal basis and recipient of data transmission, and data management activities.

The Service Provider is obliged to provide the information in writing in a comprehensible form at the request of the data subject as soon as possible after the submission of the request, but no later than within 30 days. The information is free.

The Service Provider considers the request received from the e-mail address previously provided to the Service Provider to be the request received from the User. In case of requests submitted from other email addresses and in writing, the User may submit a request if he / she has duly certified his / her quality as a user.

Enforcement options

The User may enforce his / her rights before a court, and may also request the assistance of the National Data Protection and Freedom of Information Authority in any matter related to personal data (1125 Budapest Szilágyi Erzsébet fasor 22 / C, postal address: 1530 Budapest, Pf. 5., email address: ugyfelszolgalat @ naih. hu, telephone number: (+36) 1 391 1400, website:

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