Information obligation resulting from the Ordinance of the GDPR
As required by Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council from 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and the repeal of Directive 95/46 / EC (“GDPR ” ) – we would like to inform you that:
- The administrator of the personal data provided by you is Luxury Consulting Dominika Trawka with headquarters in Switzerland, Chemin du Nant de Creve Coeur 12, 1290 Versoix (“Administrator”).
You can contact the Administrator by means of traditional mail, at the address given above, or by sending an email to email@example.com
- Your data is processed in order to:
- business cooperation, including in particular for the conclusion and performance of the contract – pursuant to art. 6 par. 1 lit. b GDPR;
- compliance with tax and accounting obligations on the Administrator – pursuant to art. 6 par. 1 lit. c GDPR;
- resulting from the legally justified interest of the Administrator – pursuant to art. 6 par. 1 lit. f GDPR – consisting in: (a) marketing of own products or services (informing about our commercial offer); (B) securing information in the event of a legal need to prove facts in order to possibly fix or enforce claims or defend against claims; (C) conducting statistical and sales quality analyzes.
- The recipients of your personal data will be: authorized to process personal data of the Administrator’s employees; entities providing, at the request of the Service Administrator, including ICT, such as hosting, delivery or maintenance of IT systems, entities providing audit, legal, debt collection, IT, logistics, courier and postal services, banking and payments, business partners of the Administrator and its contractors.
- The administrator does not intend to transfer your data to a third country, e.g. outside the European Economic Area or to international organizations.
- Your data will be stored no longer than it is necessary to achieve the objectives referred to in point 2 above, and after that time – until the time limit for any claims or until the data storage obligations resulting from the law are terminated.
- In relation to the processing of your personal data, you have the right to: (A) access your personal data, (B) rectify personal data, (C) delete personal data, (D) limit the processing of personal data, (E) raise objections to processing personal data, (F) transfer personal data, (G) submit a complaint to the supervisory body if it considers that the processing of your data violates the law.
- Providing your data is voluntary and results from the cooperation / concluded contract and is necessary to achieve the purposes for which they are processed, including the conclusion and performance of the contract, and the consequence of not providing the data may be partial or total inability to conclude and / or performance of the contract.
- If you have provided your employees or co-workers with information in a cooperation / contract, we would like to inform you that this information clause also applies to them and should be made available to you. In this case, the Administrator processes only the business data of employees / co-workers, including contact details (name and surname, job position, business e-mail address, business telephone number, company name and name).
- Based on your data, the Administrator will not make automated decisions, including decisions resulting from profiling.
- Your data has been obtained as part of the conclusion and performance of the contract and / or from publicly available sources.
- The administrator makes every effort to ensure adequate means of physical, technical and organizational protection of your personal data, against processing them in breach of applicable regulations, in particular from the GDPR.
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