Personal Data Protection
We are particular about protection of your personal data. Please read here what we do to make sure that the personal data provided by you is secure. The personal data processing is compliant with the Act No. 101/2000 Coll. on personal data protection and on amendment of other acts and with the EU Regulation known as “GDPR” that defends the rights of our visitors and customers for proper management of their data. The information below describes how and why we process your personal data and are the eventual processors thereof. This information is very important, and therefore, we believe that you will take time to read it carefully.

Who is the controller of your data?

You hereby grant your consent to Eqis, s.r.o., IČO: 26856786, with its registered seat at Jiřího z Poděbrad 2680, 738 01 Frýdek-Místek, registered in the Commercial Register in custody of the Municipal Court of Ostrava, Entry: C 50538, to process the personal data in line with the Personal Data Protection Act and the GDPR as the data controller under the terms and conditions stipulated below.

What kind of data do we process as the data controller?

In terms of our website, we process the data which you can provide us in the process of account registration, form completion, entering a comment or other activities related to voluntary disclosure of your personal data. In particular, the following data is processed.

Form completion

  • Company name
  • Full name
  • Telephone No.
  • E-mail address

Other indirect data

  • IP address
  • Cookies (for purposes of offering the content relevant to you and making the website browsing easier)
  • Information about the browser and operating system version to ensure proper displaying of the website

What is the purpose and the period for which we control the above-mentioned data?

We gather your personal data for purposes of giving you a chance to use our services and providing you with the information about the new. Please read more about the purpose of processing the individual types of data based on where it is provided.

Contact form completion – We control the personal data contained in this form only for purposes of responding to or handling your question or enquiry. Your personal data will not be further processed or disclosed to third parties.

Consultancy enquiry – We control the personal data contained in the form only for purposes of responding to or handling your question or enquiry. Your personal data will not be further processed or disclosed to third parties. We hereby reserve the right to publish selected questions and answers on our website without including the personal data and in an anonymous form.

When is the consent to the personal data processing not required?

We are entitled to process your personal data even without your consent only for purposes of:

  • performing the contract, the subject of which is delivery of the offered services or product which the customer has exhibited an active interest in
  • performing the obligations arising from the generally binding statutory regulations
  • processing in legitimate interests (e.g. direct marketing, security and life protection)

How is my data protected?

We protect any and all personal data that we process to the maximum possible extent against leakage or theft. This is the reason why we restrict handling, copying, transmission or access to the necessary minimum purposes which you have agreed to or which are required by law.

Further, our website has the HTTPS protocol (valid SSL certificate) for encrypted connection between the web and the user, which minimizes the risk of theft thereof during the data transmission (registration, log-in, sending via the form, etc.).

The website is located on safe servers of WEDOS Internet, a.s., company registration No.: 28115708, with its registered seat at Masarykova 1230, 373 41 Hluboká nad Vltavou, registered by the Regional Court of České Budějovice, Entry B / 1886 since 21 December 2009.

What rights do I have in connection with the personal data protection?

  • Request us to inform you about what personal data we process
  • Request us to explain the personal data processing to you
  • Request us to give you access to such data and have it updated or corrected
  • Request us to delete such personal data
  • Request the data transmission portability
  • Right to be informed about the personal data breach in certain cases

You may, at any time, file a complaint concerning your personal data processing or the data controller’s failure to perform the obligations arising from the GDPR at the supervisory authority. The supervisory authority in the Czech Republic is the Office for Personal Data Protection, with its registered seat at Pplk. Sochora 27, 170 00 Prague 7,


Pursuant to the provisions of Section 89 of the Act No. 127/2005 Coll. on electronic communication, this is to advise you that our website is operated with the use of the “cookies”. These are small files which the website stores on the visitor’s computer and which the internet browser provides every time the user returns to the website., .com, .de use cookies for identification and monitoring of the visitors who use our website and for tailoring the website access.

The standard web browsers (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.) support the cookies administration. In the browser set-up, you can manually delete, block or disallow the use of the individual cookies, you can also enable or disable them for the individual websites.

For detailed information, please use the help in your browser. If your browser permits the use of cookies, you will be considered to agree to the use of the standard cookies by our server.

What types of Cookies exist?

In general, the Cookies files, which are the temporary files stored in the browser, can be split into two types. Cookies which are stored only in the short term and are to facilitate the use of the website or e-shop (e.g. to remember the goods in the shopping cart, displayed product, pop-up window closing, etc.). These temporary cookies enable to store the information when visiting multiple websites, thus eliminating the need of repeated entering of some data.

The other type of cookies is stored for a longer period of time (e.g. several weeks to months). These cookies help identify your computer when visiting our website repeatedly. They do not enable to identify you as a specific person.

The long-term cookies enable us to better tailor our website and offer you the content or advertisement that is relevant to you. The gathered data is absolutely anonymous and cannot be combined with any other data.

What is the purpose of using Cookies?

Remember the personal settings – The Cookies enable our website to facilitate your website browsing and to personalize the content displayed. Further, they enable to remember the content of the shopping cart, log-in or log-out, consent to notification, etc.

Statistical data – In order to improve the quality of our website, we gather the anonymous statistics of the web traffic to help us further develop our business. For getting the records, we use the Google Analytics with a valid clause concerning the personal data protection by a third party. Such data cannot be associated with a specific person.

Advertisement serving – The Cookies enable better targeting of the advertisement at our users and visitors thanks to personalization of the content thereof so that the customer receives the advertisement for products and services which are relevant to them, which they exhibited a potential interest in the past.

How to deactivate or delete Cookies?

If you wish not to use the cookies or to delete the content which the website has stored on various websites or portals, use the instructions for the most frequently used browsers below:

Updating of the Personal Data Protection Principles

We may update or modify the Personal Data Protection Principles from time to time. Any amendment to these Personal Data Protection Principles shall become effective upon being published on this website.

The MSV Metal Studénka companies comply with the personal data protection regulations applicable in the entire EU.

Last update 7 January 2021