Last updated: 1 DECEMBER 2021
2. HOW DO WE COLLECT YOU PERSONAL DATA?
We collect and process personal data from you in a number of ways:
* directly from you, for example if you contact us or provide us with your details;
* from third parties who provide your data to us, for example, if you work for these parties;
* from other sources, such as the land registry, the trade register or other public sources.
3. FOR WHAT PURPOSES DO WE PROCESS PERSONAL DATA?
We process your data for the following purposes:
* to enter into or implement an agreement with you, for example to contact you;
* to comply with legal or fiscal regulations;
* to inform you about our operations, for example, to send you press releases;
* to promote our activities, for example to send you newsletters or to invite you to an event, lunch or drinks;
* to answer your questions and requests or to deal with your complaints;
* to enable you to make full use of our website and to allow us to improve our website functionalities;
* to process your job application;
* to deal with a possible dispute with Grehamer & Company;
* for archiving purposes;
* for good business management;
* to improve and promote our products and services.
4. ON WHAT BASIS DO WE PROCESS PERSONAL DATA?
We only process your personal data if we have good reason to do so. We only process your personal data when necessary or when you give us your explicit permission to do so. Personal data includes your name, address, telephone numbers, email addresses and bank details. We only process personal data for the proper execution of a contract, to comply with a legal obligation, because you have given your consent and/or because we have a legitimate interest in doing so (for example to keep you informed of offers or services). We will delete your personal data once we no longer need it.
5. WITH WHOM DO WE SHARE YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
We sometimes share your personal data with third parties who carry our work for us. We do this in order to continue to provide a good service and, if necessary, to maintain good business operations. Third parties include technical support managers, maintenance companies, IT service providers, payroll administration, legal/fiscal service providers, accountants, valuers, recruiters and printers. We may also have to share your personal data with third parties in order to fulfil a legal obligation, for example personal data on an invoice for the Tax and Customs Administration.
We may also share your personal data with companies affiliated with Grehamer & Company. We establish clear agreements on the processing of personal data with these third parties in order to ensure that the data is handled carefully and securely.
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7. HOW LONG DO WE STORE YOUR PERSONAL DATA FOR?
We do not store your personal data for longer than necessary for the purposes for which said data was collected and processed. Compliance with statutory and tax obligations, prescription periods and (the duration of) disputes are factors relevant in determining the storage period.
8. IS YOUR PERSONAL DATA PROPERLY SECURED?
Yes. We take all relevant administrative, technical and organisational measures to ensure a level of safety appropriate to the specific risks we have identified. We protect your personal data against destruction, loss, alteration and unauthorized disclosure of or access to personal data transmitted, stored or otherwise processed. Good security is achieved through the implementation of a set of appropriate control measures, including policies, processes, procedures, and software and hardware functionalities. These measures are adopted, implemented, monitored, evaluated and, where necessary, improved.
We also try to keep your personal data accurate and up to date. We therefore kindly request you to inform us of any changes to your personal data (such as a change in your contact details).
9. WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS AND HOW CAN YOU EXERCISE THEM?
In principle, we do not process personal data without your knowledge. You have either already been informed about this or you have given your consent. Would you like to know what personal data we process about you and would you like to receive that data or revoke your earlier consent? That is understandable and possible. You can inform us of your wishes by email or letter. If after reviewing your personal data it transpires that said information is incorrect or incomplete, you can request it to be corrected or completed. Under certain circumstances you can also ask us to delete or limit the use of your personal data. You also have the right to have the data transferred to a third party if this is technically possible. You can address your objection to the processing of your personal data to us in writing. You also have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority: the Data Protection Authority.
10. FILING A REQUEST OR OBJECTION
If you would like to submit a request concerning the processing of your personal data or if you wish to make an objection, please do so in writing (by email or post). Please include the reasons for your request or objection. We will deal with your request or objection within 4 weeks.
11. CHANGES, COMPLAINTS AND QUESTIONS
We are happy to help you if you have a complaint about the processing of your personal data.