Data protection information

This website is operated in Hungary by UNI PRO SPORT Kft. is managed by.

Last update of this information: 01.10.2022.

This notice sets out how we handle and protect the information that you provide to us in writing or otherwise (e.g. by telephone, email or other electronic means) during your use of this website, promotions, campaigns and other organised programmes, or in your communications with any member of UNI PRO SPORT Ltd. or that you voluntarily disclose to us for the purposes of communicating with UNI PRO SPORT Ltd. online.

If you have any questions or comments about this notice before using this website or providing or disclosing any information to us, please contact us at the address in the Imprint section.

From time to time this information may change due to various updates. UNI PRO SPORT Ltd. reserves the right to amend this notice unilaterally, without prior general notice, with effect from the date of amendment. In this regard, it is recommended that you visit this website regularly in order to monitor the acceptability of changes.

If you request it, we will send you a copy of the current prospectus by email. By providing such information, you acknowledge that you have read and accept the version of this notice in force at the time you provide the information.

The operator of this website respects the fundamental constitutional right to the protection of personal data, which means that everyone has the right to decide how their personal data is disclosed and used.

It is of paramount importance to us to protect the privacy of the data provided by visitors to the website. UNI PRO SPORT Ltd. treats visitors’ personal data confidentially and in accordance with the legal provisions in force, ensures their security, takes the technical and organisational measures and establishes the procedural rules necessary to enforce the relevant legal provisions and other recommendations. UNI PRO SPORT Ltd. treats all data provided to it through the use of the website with the same protection as if it had been provided to it by other means.

In drafting the provisions of the Prospectus, the Company has taken particular account of the provisions of Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council (“General Data Protection Regulation” or “GDPR”), the 2011 Act on the Right to Information Self-Determination and Freedom of Information (the “EU Directive”) and the 2011 Act on the Right to Information. CXII. Act (“Infotv.”), the Civil Code of 2013. V. of 2008 (“Civil Code”) and the 2008. XLVIII. Act (“Grtv.”), the Act on Electronic Commerce Services, Certain Issues of Information Society Services of 2001. CVIII. Act and the Accounting Act 2000. C. of 1995 (concerning the issue and storage of supporting documents), Act No. CXIX. and on the protection of individuals with regard to automatic processing of personal data, Strasbourg, 1981. 28 January. 1998 on the proclamation of the Convention of the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers. VI. law and the recommendations of the “ONLINE PRIVACY ALLIANCE”.

The scope of this Privacy Policy does not cover services and data processing related to promotions, sweepstakes, services, other campaigns and content published by third parties other than the Data Controller, advertising on the radio or website or otherwise appearing on the same, as provided in this Privacy Policy. Likewise, unless otherwise stated, the scope of this Notice does not extend to the services and data management of websites, service providers to which there is a link on the websites covered by this Notice. Such services are governed by the provisions of the privacy policy of the third party service provider and the Data Controller shall not be liable for such processing.

What information do we collect about our visitors?

In general, you may use this website without providing any information to us. However, we may request information about you on certain pages or in connection with certain services, and you may voluntarily provide such information to us in your communications with a member of our company, and you may also voluntarily disclose such information for the purposes of Internet communications with UNI PRO SPORT Ltd.

Information may include:

  • your name and contact details, including for example your mailing and email address, telephone number, other internet contact details;
  • your age and gender, personal and professional interests, demographic information, and your experience with our services and preferences for our services.

Some of the information we collect is subject to the Freedom of Information Act 2011. CXII. personal data within the meaning of the Act (Data Protection Act). This means that the data can be linked to you or that your identity can be identified from the data. This includes, in particular, your name, your identification mark and one or more pieces of information that identify you physically, physiologically, mentally, economically, culturally or socially, and any inference that can be drawn from the data about you. The Personal Data will retain this quality during processing for as long as the relationship with you can be re-established. You can be reconnected if the controller has the technical conditions necessary to restore the connection.

In these guidelines, the terms personal data and information about you are used interchangeably.

Why do we need certain information about our visitors?

We use information about you for the following purposes:

  • register you with us for the purposes of our website or the provision of our services by our website (including any information you may seek or request from us about our services);
  • to evaluate and analyse our market, our customers and our services (including by asking for your views on our services and conducting customer surveys);
  • to provide, monitor, revise or expand the sites and services we offer;
  • to perform our contractual obligations to you (including the sale of our services to you) and any similar contractual obligations;
  • to organise free prize draws, competitions and promotions;
  • if you have provided us with information for the purpose of employment with us or with a company belonging to another business partner of ours, to decide whether to do so; and
  • to communicate with you in connection with the above.

For the purposes of using information about you, the above purposes apply to all companies belonging to UNI PRO SPORT Ltd.

A decision based on an assessment of personal aspects relating to the data subject may be taken solely by automated processing only if the decision is (a) in the course of entering into or performing a contract, provided that you have initiated it; or (b) is permitted by a law that also establishes measures to safeguard your legitimate interests. In the case of a decision to use automated processing, you will be informed, upon request, of the method used and its essence, and you will be given the opportunity to express your point of view.

How do we collect information?

We collect information about you through various methods, including the following:

  • when UNI PRO SPORT Ltd. and through the websites of its partners;
  • when you contact us in person, by telephone, in writing, via the internet, using our services or otherwise and provide us with information, or;
  • you voluntarily disclose the information for the purpose of communicating with UNI PRO SPORT Kft. on the Internet.

We may process information about you together and combine it with information that you provide to us in other ways or that we obtain from third parties in connection with the above uses. This information may be stored in aggregated or separate databases.

We will retain information about you only for as long as it is necessary for the purpose for which it was collected, for the purpose for which it was collected, or as permitted by any contract or law.

We do not collect information to an extent that is unnecessary, or information that is unnecessary or inappropriate for the purpose for which it is collected.

The consent required by the Data Protection Act for the processing of Personal Data is obtained from you in the following forms, among others:

  • by electronic means in a separate text;
  • we will record in writing on a printed document that you consent to the processing of your personal data by providing your personal data on the document;
  • by telephone, you will be informed before the conversation that the conversation with the administrator may be recorded and that consent to the processing may be recorded;
  • you voluntarily disclose the information for the purpose of communicating with UNI PRO SPORT Kft. on the Internet.

In the case of anonymous information, we will proceed as follows:

When you visit this website, technical information may be automatically collected that does not identify you. For example, the name of another website that directed you to this website. Collecting this information helps us to understand the preferred search habits of our website users. This information is used only internally to allow us to conduct research about your demographics and interests. Anonymous or generic data, from which you cannot be identified, is not Personal Data and is therefore not covered by these Guidelines.

We do not make information about our customers available!

We will not disclose Personal Data about you to third parties without your permission, except:

  • in the event that our employees, UNI PRO SPORT Kft. our members, associates, suppliers or commercial partners to carry out tasks necessary for the purposes of the processing (including sales-related services, sales assistance, market research, services to be provided to customers, account management, the provision and monitoring of products and services to be provided to you, competitions, contests or promotional purposes);
  • where disclosure of information about you to other companies, financial institutions or public authorities (as defined by law) is necessary or desirable for crime prevention or consumer protection purposes;
  • where required or permitted by law.

In the event that your Personal Data is shared with a carefully selected third party (including members of UNI PRO SPORT Ltd.’s partner network) or with a third party listed above, we will in all cases comply with the requirements of data protection legislation, where necessary by contractual arrangements with the third party to ensure that the third party:

  • not use your Personal Data for purposes other than those specified by us or as set out in these Guidelines; and;
  • take appropriate security measures to protect your Personal Data against, in particular, unauthorised access, alteration, disclosure, transmission, disclosure, deletion or destruction, accidental destruction or damage, and inaccessibility resulting from changes in the technology used.

We will take all necessary precautions to ensure that our employees who may have access to your information are properly trained so that they can handle the information in accordance with this policy and their obligations under data protection law. We will take disciplinary action, where necessary, against employees who do not properly fulfil this obligation.

Scope of the Personal Data of users processed

When the User visits an interface of the Website, the IP address of the User is automatically recorded by the Data Controller’s system. Based on the User’s choice, the Data Controller may process the following data in connection with the use of the Services available through the website: place of residence, telephone number, email address, IP address

If the User sends a message (e.g. email) to a Service, or calls the Service, the Data Controller records the User’s email address, telephone number, the time of the call and processes it to the extent and for the duration necessary for the provision of the Service.

Additional data processed by the Data Controller

The Data Controller places small data packets (so-called “cookies”) on the User’s computer in order to provide a tailored quality service. The purpose of the cookie is to ensure the highest possible quality of the operation of the site, to provide personalised services and to enhance the user experience. The User can delete the cookie from his/her computer or set his/her browser to disable the use of cookies. By disabling the use of cookies, the User acknowledges that without cookies the functionality of the site is not fully functional.

The types of cookies we use:

  1. a) analytics, follow-up cookies;
    b) session cookies, which only work for as long as the session (usually a particular visit to the Website or a browser session) lasts;
    c) persistent cookies: they help to recognise the User as an existing User, making it easier to return to the Website without having to log in again. After the User logs in, the persistent cookie remains in the User’s browser and the Website can read it when the User returns to the Website.

Cookies used by third parties:

Trusted partners help the Service Provider to serve ads on and off the Website, and analytics providers such as Google Analytics may also place cookies on the User’s device. Users can opt out of Google cookies on the Google ads opt-out page.

You can also block cookies from other third party service providers at

Control and management of cookies:

Most browsers allow Users to control the use of cookies through their settings. However, if the User restricts the use of cookies on the Website, this may degrade the User experience as it will no longer be personalised to the User. The User can also choose to stop saving personalised settings, such as login information.

If the User does not want the Service Provider to use cookies when visiting the Website, the User can opt out of the use of certain cookies in the settings menu. In order for the Service Provider to be aware that the User has disabled the use of certain cookies, the Service Provider will place a disable cookie on the User’s device so that the Service Provider will know that it cannot place cookies the next time the User visits the Website. If the User does not wish to receive cookies, the User may change the browser settings on his/her computer. If the User uses the Website without changing the browser settings, the Service Provider will consider that the User consents to the sending of any cookies on the Website. The Website will not work properly without cookies.

For more information about cookies, including the types of cookies, how to manage them and how to delete them, please visit or

Users can also control and enable cookies at the following link:

Data technically recorded in the course of the operation of the systems: the data of the User’s computer logging in, which are generated during the use of the Service and which are recorded by the Data Controller’s system as an automatic result of technical processes. This includes the User’s IP address, the type of operating system and browser program used, the Internet pages from which the User accessed the site and those visited by the User, as well as the time and duration of the visit. The automatically recorded data are automatically logged by the system on entry and exit without any special declaration or action on the part of the User. The data is only accessible by the Data Controller and the external service provider (hosting provider: Dotroll Kft., 1148 Budapest, Fogarasi út 3-5., Hungary; VAT No.: 13962982-2-42 ; website:

At any time, we will provide you with the opportunity to tell us, without restriction or justification, free of charge, if you do not want us or third parties (including our commercial partners) to use this information for direct marketing purposes. This information is used for marketing purposes only, unless otherwise required by law.

If your consent is required for the processing of your Personal Data, we will ask for it by ticking the relevant “consent” box on the page requesting the information before finalising it (e.g. “Subscribe”). The “consent” field to be marked may refer to different types of information or to more than one type of information for marketing purposes.

You can review your previous position on direct marketing at any time and communicate it to us without restriction and without giving any reason, free of charge, by contacting us at the following contact details: UNI PRO SPORT Ltd. | 9026 Győr, Egyetem tér 1.
In addition, if you receive direct marketing material from us by email or SMS, we will remind you in both the email and the SMS that you have the right to change your mind at any time, without restriction and without giving any reason, and free of charge. If you change your previous position, your Personal Data will be deleted from our databases upon your decision to do so.

In accordance with the Data Protection Act, you have the right to request information about the processing of your Personal Data at any time. The information is free of charge. We will respond to your request within 30 days of the date you submit it. If you wish to contact us with a request concerning the processing of your Personal Data, please contact us using the contact details provided in the Imprint section.

Please help us to ensure that the information about you is accurate, complete and up to date. If you believe that any of the information we hold about you is incorrect or incomplete, please contact us using the contact details above. Any such information will be corrected or updated as soon as possible.

You also have the right to request information about the processing of your Personal Data at the contact details specified in this notice; to request the rectification, erasure or blocking of your Personal Data, except for mandatory processing; to object to the processing of your Personal Data in the cases specified in the Data Protection Act; to apply to the National Authority for Data Protection and Freedom of Information and to the courts in the event of a breach of your rights and in the cases specified in the Data Protection Act; and to claim compensation for any damage caused to you in connection with the unlawful processing of your data or in connection with the breach of data security requirements. The detailed rights and remedies relating to data processing are set out in Articles 13-17 of the Data Protection Act. and 30. subchapters. Please note that in certain cases, in the context of the data uses described in this notice, the controller may use personal data in accordance with Article 6. § (5). This means that the processing of personal data may be necessary for the purposes of complying with certain legal obligations to which the controller is subject, or for the purposes of the legitimate interests pursued by the controller or by a third party. In these cases, personal data may be processed even after your consent has been withdrawn. You can request more information on this by contacting the controller.

To protect information about you

We are committed to ensuring the protection of your information. We have put in place reasonable physical, electronic and managerial procedures to protect your Personal Data, in particular against unauthorised access, alteration, disclosure, transmission, deletion or destruction, accidental destruction or damage and inaccessibility due to changes in the technology used. In doing so, we take particular care to prevent any unlawful or unauthorised processing of your Personal Data. Despite these measures, we cannot fully guarantee the security of your information.

We use the following tools to protect the security of your information:

  • using encryption where possible
  • using password protection where applicable, and
  • by restricting access to information (for example, by limiting access to only those employees who need it to achieve the above-mentioned purposes).


This website may contain links to other websites that are not controlled by us, and other websites that are not controlled by us may provide links to this website. While we make every effort to ensure that we only provide links to websites where there is a level of protection equivalent to our security and privacy guidelines, if you leave this website, we cannot be responsible for the security of any information you provide on other sites. It is recommended to proceed with caution and to study the privacy documents on the websites in question!