Privacy Policy

This is the standard privacy policy of the website, and it is meant to provide the visitor with information regarding the categories of personal information that are collected, the ways in which that personal information may be used, the persons to whom the personal information may be disclosed, and the security measures taken to protect the personal information of the visitors.

1. Who is authorized to collect your data

The website is registered to the Savaria Symphony Orchestra (Headquarters: 3 Rákóczi Ferenc Street, Szombathely, 9700, Hungary.

2. Categories of data collected

When visiting the website, the date and time of beginning and ending a session is recorded automatically. Depending on the visitor’s individual computer settings the type of the operating system and browser used may be documented as well. The server automatically generates statistics using this information, however, the information collected in these cases will not be connected to personal data in any way. When signing in, the website will generate a session ID which will be automatically deleted once the visitor has signed out. Any personal information provided by the visitor during a session will be used with the voluntary consent of the visitor.

3. Reasons for collecting information

The collection of data mainly serves as an opportuinty to maintain the consistent contact between the website’s registered users and hosts. It is also meant to help with market research and the analysis of statistics.

The time of visit and the types of browser and operating system are strictly recorded and kept on file for statistic analysis purposes.

The personal information provided will only be used with the voluntary consent of the visitor and will not be used in any way that is not described in this privacy policy. protects its users’ privacy and agrees to keep the personal information provided by the visitors confidential. Any information collected will be used for the development of services, marketing purposes, and SSO’s own research and statistic analysis. This information may only be published in a way where individual identification of users is not possible.

4. The length of time for which information remains on file

Session IDs get deleted automatically when leaving the website. cannot be held responsible for content/older websites that had already been deleted but were archived, therefore can still be found on search engines. The removal of any outdated information of this nature is the responsibility of the given serach engine’s operators.

5. Persons with access to the data, processing of the data

The personal information provided by the users of the website may be accessible to staff members responsible for data processing.

No personal information may be given out to a third party. This is not applicable on the rare occasions when the data is requested by law enforcement and the operators of the website are obliged to comply with the requests by law. Should a situation described above arise, the data processing department will examine whether the law enforcement agency’s claim to collect the data is legally justified before turning over any information.

6. Users’ rights – the processing/removing of personal information

Providing the personal information described in point 2 is entirely within the discretion of the user and is voluntary.

The users have the right to contact the operators, should any questions or concerns arise regarding the data processing. When asked, the operators of the website will give an explanation as to where the data gets processed, what the legal sanctions and regulations are on the use of the data, and who is allowed access to it.  Further information is available at the following mailing address: 3 Rákóczi Ferenc Street, Szombathely, 9700, Hungary, or at for email inquiries.

The user can request the removal or correction of the personal information provided by contacting SSO by mail or email.

Due to inapproppriate use of the website or per the user’s request, personal information will be deleted within 24 hours of receiving the request.

7. Legal help – options

Any user who feels that the operators of violated the rights for privacy protection is free to proceed with the claim through the courts or seek assistance at the office of the Data Protection Commissioner. For applicable statutory definition see the Personal Data Protection Act (1992. article LXIII.)

This privacy policy is in compliance with the Personal Data Protection Act (1992 article LXIII.) and the Protection of Persons when Processing Personal Data Act (1998 article VI.)

8. How to protect your privacy – information

By using the Internet and having online presence of any sort, many potentially dangerous situations may arise that can easily violate the users’ privacy.

This is to inform the user that when sharing one’s opinion in the form of comments or through any other communication channels, some personal details become known for the public. Depending on the content you write people may draw conclusions about someone’s ethnicity, religion and political identity.

We recommend that for the protection of your privacy you use privacy guard technology. Many websites offer helpful information on this matter.