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In this privacy statement we describe how we handle personal data, and which measures have been taken to optimize your personal data protection.
This privacy statement is meant for all people whose personal data are processed by Communications across Borders.
This privacy statement sets forth:
- what personal data are and how we obtain these;
- for what purposes and on what basis we process personal data;
- how long we store your personal data;
- if we share your personal data, and if so, with whom;
- how we protect your personal data;
- what your rights are regarding your personal data.
Furthermore, attention is paid to:
- adjustments to the privacy statement;
- cookies and Google analytics in our web site;
- the possibility to submit a complaint;
- our contact details.
What are personal data?
The umbrella concept ‘personal data’ contains all and any information regarding an identified or identifiable natural person. We process the following data of those involved, amongst other things:
- given name(s) and surname, title (standard data);
- e-mail address, postal address and telephone number (contact details);
- other personal data referring to data subjects provided to us by our clients and business relations, or obtained by us within the scope of the activities of Communications across Borders based on the purposes and guiding principles set forth below.
We process these personal data, because our clients and business relations have submitted these personal data to us.
Our purposes and guiding principles
Based on the GDPR, we may process the personal data for the following purposes:
- acquisition, marketing and/or business-development activities, and/or communications in a general sense, if relevant to you;
Our guiding principles for the processing of your personal data:
- implementation of the agreement that we have entered into with our clients and business relations;
- your permission; and/or
- a justified interest.
Do we share your personal data, and if so, with whom?
In a number of strictly defined cases, we are permitted to share personal data processed by us. This is permitted, amongst other things:
- if this is relevant for our (legal) services, for instance vis-à-vis counterparties, public authorities;
We will only share this information based on the guiding principles and for the purposes specified in our privacy statement.
If third parties process your personal data, they themselves are responsible for a lawful processing thereof. Communications across Borders typically enters into a processing agreement with these suppliers that meets the requirements set in the GDPR.
The personal data processed by Communications across Borders will be stored in accordance with the GDPR and other relevant statutory obligations.
If you inform Communications across Borders that you no longer wish to receive any digital messages or invitations, we will stop sending you any messages or mailings.
We will remove your personal data if it turns out that:
- your e-mail address is no longer in use;
- your permission to process personal data is withdrawn and this is the basis for the processing of your personal data;
- the justified interest based on which your personal data are processed no longer applies. This is always the case if we have not been in touch with you for a period of 2 years.
Protection of your personal data
Communications across Borders strives to store your personal data and to protect these in the safest possible way against loss, data breaches or whatever form of unlawful processing. For this purpose, we have implemented state-of-the-art technical and organisational measures that are updated on a continuing basis. For the storage and further processing of the personal data we have joined forces with reliable ICT-partners with whom we have made solid arrangements regarding the protection of the processed personal data.
If personal data are processed on the basis of permission, you may withdraw your permission at all times, for instance by clicking the unsubscribe link placed under every digital mailing that you receive. You may also withdraw your permission by sending an e-mail to email@example.com.
You may request Communications across Borders at all times to obtain access to your personal data, to improve and/or complete, shield or restrict them. In addition, you may ask us any time for a copy of the personal data that you have submitted to us in a well-structured, digital format that enables transfer of personal data. Please send your request for improvement of or access to your personal data processed by us to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This privacy statement may be adjusted or updated from time to time. The latest version of the privacy statement is always displayed in our website. We advise you to search our website, in any event at the moment when you submit personal data to us.
Cookies and Google Analytics
Our web site provides options for interaction at various places. You may complete forms to register for workshops or for our newsletter. These data will exclusively be used for the purpose for which you submit them.
Via our website, functional and analytics cookies will be installed. The functional cookies are needed to enable navigation through the web site, and are only valid during your browser session.
The analytics cookies record how visitors use our website (visited pages, technical details, and IP-address). This information enables us to investigate what the website visitors are searching for. With the gathered information we can optimise our website further. For this purpose we make use of Google Analytics services, amongst other things.
These cookies cannot be traced back to individual persons, and no personal data will be stored. Visitors of the web site will remain anonymous at all times. Communications across Borders deals confidentially with the (anonymous) data collected through the cookies.
You may refuse, switch off or remove cookies via your browser.
Should you have any complaint, please submit it to us at the e-mail address email@example.com. You may also file a complaint to the Dutch Data Protection Authority (DPA). This is the Dutch supervisory authority who is in charge of monitoring compliance with the GDPR. The web site of the Dutch Data Protection Authority (www.autoriteitpersoonsgegevens.nl) contains a link to the complaint form.
For information on how we handle your personal data, please refer to our privacy statement. The latest version is available in our website, and you may also obtain a copy by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For queries, comments or information, please contact us by sending an e-mail to email@example.com.