During its activity IPO Ltd., UIC 040905182, with seat and management address at: 47, Rezbarska Str., fl. 5, Hadzhi Dimitar Residential Area, 1517 Sofia (the “Company”, “IPO” or “us”, “we”) processes information, among which personal data.
This website www.ipo-bg.com is owned by IPO and is managed by the Company in accordance with the provisions of the Personal Data Protection Act and the related legal framework including Regulation (EC) 2016/679 („GDPR”).
This Policy is intended to inform you of the way we handle your personal data as an administrator as well as about your rights. IPO strives to provide you with accessible and useful information on our website.
What is Personal Data
Personal Data is any information that relates to an identified or identifiable living individual (such as email address, name, age, age, date of birth, phone number etc.).
Personal Data IPO may collect and process
In order to carry out our activities and provide You with our services in the best possible way, we collect and process Personal Data when You provide or interact with us directly. The Personal Data we collect includes:
When You contact us through this site by filling in the contact form or the job application form:
– first and last name;
– phone number;
– professional experience and qualifications.
Technical information by using cookies such as:
– data about Your activity / browsing our website;
– information from Your visits to this site, including the type of browser and operating system You are using, access time, pages viewed, URL clicks, Your IP address, and pages that You visited before and after navigating on this site.
Purposes of processing
We process Your data submitted in the contact form in order to provide feedback and response to Your inquiries.
IPO processes the personal data submitted in the application form for recruitment purposes.
Legal grounds for processing
We process Your data on the following legal grounds: legitimate interest, contract performance and consent.
Duration of storage
The duration of the term for storing Your data depends on the purposes for its processing:
– data collected by contacting – until the relevant communication is completed;
– data, related to recruitment, as follows:
(i) data contained in CVs of job applicants included in the next selection stage: up to 8 months after completion of the specific selection procedure for which they were initially collected;
(ii) data contained in CVs of job applicants not included at a later stage: until completion of the short-term inclusion procedure.
What are Your rights
Right of access
You may at any time request information about the Personal Data we store about You. You can contact IPO, and then Your Personal Data will be provided by email.
Right of portability
When IPO processes Your Personal Data in an automated manner based on Your consent or on an agreement, You have the right to receive a copy of Your data in a structured, widely used and machine readable format transferred to you or to another party. This includes only the Personal Data You have provided us with.
Right of rectification
You may request that Your Personal Data be corrected if incorrect, including the addition of incomplete personal data.
Right to delete
You may request that Your Personal Data processed by IPO be deleted.
Right to object to processing based on legitimate interest
You have the right to object to the processing of Your Personal Data based on the legitimate interest of the IPO.
Right to limitation
You have the right to request that IPO restricts the processing of Your Personal Data in the following circumstances:
* if You object to processing based on the legitimate interest of IPO, IPO will limit the processing of the data pending the result of the verification of the legal grounds.
* if You claim that Your data is inaccurate, IPO should restrict processing pending the result of the verification of the accuracy of the Personal Data.
* if the processing is illegal, You can object to the deletion of your personal data and instead require that You limit their use.
* if IPO no longer requires Personal Data, but You are required to exercise or defend legal claims.
Right to file a complaint with the supervisory body
If You believe that IPO processes Your Personal Data in the wrong way, You can contact us. You also have the right to appeal to the supervisory body – Commission for Personal Data Protection.
How can you apply your rights
To exercise Your rights under GDPR, You can email us or send us a mail according to the contact details listed below.
Applications in connection with the exercise of Your rights are generally submitted by You personally or by an explicitly authorized person. An application may also be made electronically, in accordance with the Electronic Document and Electronic Signature Act. When there are regulatory procedural rules in relation to the exercise of Your rights (in the Personal Data Protection Act and other acts) they should also be respected.
In what form will we respond? In the form in which You made a request to us – written in hard copy or in electronic form. When you request by electronic means, the information will be provided to You in widely used electronic form, unless You have requested otherwise.
In what term you will get an answer? Within one month as of receiving Your request, we will provide you with information about what we have done on it. If necessary, this period may be extended by a further two months, taking into account the complexity and the number of requests. If such an extension is necessary, we will notify You within one month as of submitting Your request, explaining to You why this extension is required.
And if we do not answer You? If we do not take action on Your request, we will notify You without delay and at the latest within one month of receipt of the request for: the reasons for not taking action, the possibility to appeal to a supervisory body or to seek legal protection.
What are cookies and why are they used?
Cookies are small text files for temporarily storing information about user actions, preferences, or other activity when visiting a website. They are retained on the computer or mobile device used by the user for a certain amount of time, depending on their type.
Cookies help make the website more user-friendly because it saves users the need to set their preferences each time they visit the site or switch from one page to another. Cookies allow the website to function seamlessly, track down irregularities and establish opportunities to optimize the way it provides information and communicates with users.
The site’s electronic platform only uses local cookies to make the website more user-friendly.
As a user, you have the ability to control used cookies, delete cookies saved on your device, and disable cookie usage in future. Detailed instructions for different browsers and operating systems can be found at: http://www.aboutcookies.org/.
Keep in mind that blocking cookies will affect the way the website works and may cause malfunctions of the site.