If you are a visitor to our website, you provide us with your personal data. We process your data and are responsible for their security. We promise that we will sufficiently protect your data and subordinate ourselves to the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Personal Data Controller

The personal data controller is the company Fotopátračka s.r.o. with its registered office at Argentinská 702/1, 170 00, Prague 7 - Holešovice, ID number 24157121, registered at the Municipal Court in Prague under file no. No. C 183908, that operates the website The controller controls your personal data and determines based on what statutory reason he processes them, for what necessary period the personal data will be processed and for what purpose. The contact person concerning the GDPR is Hynek Dvořák, email: info(at)

What Data Do We Process and Why

The website works on the principle of storing information about its users that the users input themselves. This information is necessary so that a user profile can be created. Every user provides the website with two types of data, quite voluntarily and on a contractual basis. Data relating to a person and data relating to a user.

1) Data Relating to a Person

This is data that concerns the personal or material relations of a user (e.g. Christian name and surname, e-mail address, other information about a user). An e-mail address is non-public. The other users do not see it. Other data provided by a user (name or other information about a user) is publicly available to search systems and internet users. Personal data (first name, surname, e-mail address, etc.) are stored on a secure server. Such personal data are not provided to third parties and are protected from unauthorised third-party access. At the written request (sent to the e-mail address info(at) of any user we provide all information processed about the relevant user. Such personal data can be deleted from the database following a written request (sent to the e-mail address info(at) by a customer. The personal data controller can then not process the data any more.

2) User Data

Backing up of user data is necessary for the correct use of the web portal. User information includes access data (IP address, page viewed), which is saved as soon as a user visits the web portal. Such data remain anonymous and are assessed purely for statistical purposes. These statistics serve to improve services. The data are not handed over to a third party for commercial or non-commercial purposes. User data are stored for a period of six months.

Handover of Personal Data to Third Parties

We process your data using Active24, whose processing consists of the storage of data on a secure server. We have concluded a contract on personal data processing with this contractor that provides sufficient protection for your personal data.
So that we can measure the way in which users use our website, we make use of another service provider. It is: Google—Google Analytics with the help of a measuring code.


For the provision of certain services (e.g. auto-login) the website uses cookies. Storing cookies does not lead to personal identification. A user can prohibit the storage of cookies in his/her internet browser. This, however, leads to limited and incorrect functioning of the website.
When opening an advert at the website, cookies—web beacons—can be launched for the purposes of data collection (e.g. for statistical content mapping).

How You Can Contact Us

No matter what sort of question or request you have for us, you can contact us at the e-mail address: info(at), or registered users can use the form at

Handover of Your Data Outside the European Union

We process your data solely in the European Union.

Personal Data Security and Protection

Your data are safe with us. We have adopted technical measures that ensure the security of personal data using encryption for data transfer by means of an HTTPS protocol and we have secured your personal data in accordance with Article 32 of the GDPR.
Your passwords are not stored in open form, but are encoded in hash form. This means that nobody can obtain your password from the database.

Your Rights in Connection with Personal Data Protection

In connection with personal data protection you have a number of rights. If you want to exercise one of these rights, please contact us by e-mail: info(at)
You have the right to the information that you are reading here.
Thanks to the right to access you can, at any time, call on us and we will show you within 30 days what personal data we are processing and why.
If anything changes for you or you find your personal data to be not up to date or incomplete, you are entitled to the supplementation and change of personal data.

Right to Erasure (to be forgotten)

Another right you have is the right to erasure (to be forgotten). In such case we erase all your personal data from our system and the system of all sub-processors and from backups. We need 30 days to perform under a right to erasure.
In some cases we are bound by a statutory duty or we have to record tax documents issued for the period stipulated by the law. In such case we delete all personal data that are not covered by the law. We will inform you of the completion of erasure by e-mail.


We are obligated to maintain confidentiality about personal data and security measures whose disclosure would endanger the security of your personal data. Such confidentiality continues to apply after the end of the obligation relationship with us. We will not give your data to any other third party without your consent.


The website operator does not bear liability for the correctness or truthfulness of information that registered users state on their web pages.

Changes to this Declaration

If we alter this declaration on personal data protection, the amended version will be placed here with the date of alteration. We recommend you regularly check this Declaration. If fundamental changes are made to the Declaration that alter our practices concerning personal data, we will draw attention to this, even before the issue of a new version of the Declaration, by e-mail and at our website.