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You hereby grant your consent in accordance with Act No. 101/2000 Coll., on Personal Data Protection, as amended, to the processing of these data by Moore Stephens s.r.o., identification no.: 264 02 220, with its registered office at Nádražní 344/23, 150 00 Prague 5, for the purpose of inclusion in the database and for other advertising and marketing purposes, namely the sending of business communications, such as regular newsletters or invitations to professional seminars and conferences – up to 20 communications a year – by electronic means pursuant to Act No. 480/2004 Coll., on Certain Information Society Services, as amended, for as long as the data are necessary for the above-mentioned purposes or for the legally stipulated period or until your consent is withdrawn.
The personal data shall be processed manually by the controller directly via its employees in the Moore Stephens Group in the Czech Republic. A list of offices is available at www.moorestephens.cz. The administrator of our website and related mailing tools shall be able to access the database only if expressly instructed to do so by us.
If you choose to register or log in to the Moore Stephens application using a third-party service that authenticates your identity and combines your login information with your accounts with Moore Stephens (e.g. Microsoft, Facebook, etc.), only the registration or login information you have allowed the provider to share with us will be collected, such as your first name, surname and email address. The collection of other information depends on the privacy settings you have set for the provider in question, so please carefully review the privacy policies and terms & conditions of specific services.
By law, you have the right to access your personal data processed by the controller (in particular the right to receive information about the purpose of the processing, the scope and nature of the processed personal data, its sources, and the recipient or recipients of the personal data). The controller is obliged to provide you with this information without undue delay for a reasonable fee that does not exceed the costs necessary to provide it.
If you discover that the processing of your personal data is contrary to the protection of your private and personal life or in violation of the law, you have the right to ask the controller or the authorised processor to provide an explanation and to remedy the situation.