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- Groups of data subjects: Persons who use the website; Inquirers (including by mail, calls, complaints, requests, alerts and other correspondence); Customers and Employees; Partners and subcontractors.
- Data processed regarding the provision of the services: Correspondence; Contractual and financial information; Cookies; Other data provided by customers for the purpose of performing the services.
- Purposes of processing personal data: Conclusion and execution of a contract; Legitimate interest; Legal obligations; Explicit consent.
- Expiration date: the data is stored until the purposes for which it was collected are completed and until there is a legal basis for its processing.
- Provision of data: Subcontracting, after the conclusion of a non-disclosure agreement; Third parties, when required by law by a competent governmental authority or when protection of rights and legitimate interests is required.
- Data protection: data is stored on secure servers located within the European Union. Appropriate technical and organizational data protection measures are taken. Employees have limited access to information as needed.
- Rights: information, access, correction, deletion, limitation, notification to third parties, objection to automated processing, including profiling, portability, withdrawal of consent, objection and complaint to a supervisor if the applicable data protection legislation is violated. The supervisory authority is Commission for Personal Data Protection, address: 2 Prof. Tsvetan Lazarov Str., Sofia, Bulgaria.