General information on GDPR
Contact details of MoT as a personal data controller
You can use the following contact details for communication and requests with respect to processing of personal data:
• Delivery address: nábřeží Ludvíka Svobody 1222/12, 110 15 Prague 1
• E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
• Data box identifier: n75aau3
• Other contact details can be found at: https://www.mdcr.cz/kontakt
You can contact the Data Protection Officer and his office at the address poverenec(at)mdcr.cz or at the delivery address.
What are your rights and how can you exercise them?
You can exercise individual rights, for example, in the form of a written request sent to our contact address, by sending a message to the data box or an e-mail with a qualified electronic signature.
If you apply in another form, you will be asked to prove your identity by presenting an identity card or being asked to re-apply.
All answers and statements are provided to MoT free of charge, except for repeated or inappropriate requests, which MoT is entitled to charge.
The MoT will provide you with a statement within one month. However, we can extend the deadline by up to two months, for example, given the complexity of processing and the number of applications. MoT will inform you about the extension.
Right of access
You have the right to find out whether your personal data is processed, for how long and for what purpose. Furthermore, whether they are passed on to other recipients. You also have the opportunity to obtain copies of the processed personal data.
Right of correction
You have the right to correct incorrect personal data or to supplement incomplete personal data.
Right of deletion
You have the right to ask MoT to delete personal data, but only in the case of a missing legal entitlement (reason) for processing. You do not have the right to request from MoT the deletion of processed personal data for the period of their legal processing. In reality, in the conditions of the MoT, you will exercise this right only in exceptional cases, as the vast majority of data processing by the MoT stems directly from the law.
Right to restrictions
You have the right to ask MoT to restrict the processing of personal data if you are convinced that the personal data processed are inaccurate.
Right to portability
The right to portability includes the right of the data subject to request from the MoT the personal data processed in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format for the purpose of transfer to another controller, or the right to request their transfer directly to another controller in technically feasible cases. This right can be exercised only on condition that the processing is based on the legal entitlement of the performance of the contract and is performed by the MoT through the information system (automatically). Due to the above, you will also exercise this right only to a limited extent.
The right to object to the processing of personal data
You can exercise the right to object when the processing of personal data at the MoT takes place on the basis of the legal title “performance of a task carried out in the public interest in the exercise of official authority vested in the controller” or the legal title “legitimate interests of the controller”.
Other rights The MoT also informs you that you have the opportunity to file a complaint with the Office for Personal Data Protection under the conditions set out in Article 77 of the GDPR.