Legal basis for the processing of your personal data:
The terms and conditions for providing a means of publc transport of passengers on road and rail systems is governed by Decree No. 175/2000 Coll., on the transport regulations for public rail and road passenger transport and Act No. 111/1994 Coll., on road transport – as well as other legislation listed under the tab "Passenger Fined by Ticket Inspector". Other contractual requirements are implicit in the “Contractual Transport Conditions of Prague Integrated Transport (PID)”, the Tariff Schedules (Fares) of Prague Integrated Transport (PID) and the “General Business Terms and Conditions of the Prague Public Transit Company (DPP)”. With respect to the above, it is the obligation of each passenger to present a valid travel document whenever asked to do so at a transport check. If the passenger cannot produce a valid travel document, the ticket inspector is entitled to impose a surcharge to the passenger’s otherwise applicable fare and to also require full payment of all charges.
If the passenger does not pay the fare, including the surcharge, within the specified grace period of one month, the Prague Public Transit Company (DPP) may proceed with a judicial recovery of the monies it is due on this receivable.
The processing of your personal data in connection with the recovery of a receivable is a legitimate interest of the Prague Public Transit Company (DPP).
The legal basis for the processing in this case is therefore:
Personal Data Processed
The personal data necessary for the recovery of the fare and the related fare surcharges includes: first and last name, date and place of birth, delivery address and identity document number, in accordance with the following:
Your personal data is being processed in order to do the following:
Recipients or categories of recipients of Personal Data
Personal data may be passed on to third parties (recipients) as required and only for the purposes referenced above. In most cases, this would be processors or controllers of personal data who are cooperating with the Prague Public Transit Company (DPP) in the recovery of outstanding receivables or state administrative bodies. Below are the names of attorney’s and law firms currently working with the Prague Public Transit Company (DPP).
|Mgr. ROMAN AMBROŽ
533 05 Dříteč
|Mgr. STANISLAV BODLÁK
788 16 Petrov nad Desnou
|Law Offices of KGS legal s.r.o.
110 00 Prague
|Mgr. MARTIN ZIKMUND
Šafaříkovy sady 2455/5
301 00 Pilsen
For how long will the company be storing my personal data and what is the criteria being used to determine this period?
Your personal data is generally processed for the period of time necessary to fulfill the purpose of the processing. The Prague Public Transit Company (DPP) will delete personal data as soon as the purpose for which the personal data was processed ceases to exist.
The company determines the period of time during which it is necessary to continue to process your personal data on the basis of the following criteria:
Personal data will continue to be processed for a period of 5 years from the date of termination of court or execution proceedings.
Personal data is processed both manually and electronically. Personal data is not made available to anyone other than the recipients listed above. The handing over of such data to recipients – to law firms handling the recovery of outstanding receivables – is done with the utmost awareness of all applicable data security protocols.