Personal data management within amokabel
"Personal data" refers to all kinds of information that can directly or indirectly identify a physical person in life. Amokabel obviously follows the current regulations according to the GDPR. The regulations mean that we always process personal data in accordance with applicable personal data legislation, with respect for personal privacy, all personal data processing is based on a legal basis, in accordance with the following:
- Agreement: To complete our business relationship. Your information is needed to maintain an agreement where you represent one of our contracting parties.
- Legal reasons: We may use your information to protect legitimate interests. We may disclose personal information to third parties, such as e.g. police or other authority, if it concerns the investigation of crime or if we are otherwise obliged to disclose information that takes place on the basis of a decision from an authority or law.
- Consent: We may, with your consent, use your personal information for a stated and direct purpose.
- It is worth noting that a given consent can always be revoked. If a consent is revoked, we will not process the personal data further, nor will we update previously submitted data. In cases where a consent is revoked, the treatment is terminated immediately. It should be noted, however, that despite revoked consent, certain processing may be necessary to enforce the law or agreement. This should therefore be understood as meaning that we do not retain personal data for longer than necessary. When the personal data is no longer needed, they are deleted. However, in some cases the information may need to be saved even afterwards, for example for accounting purposes. We work according to a Thinning Policy that regulates this part.
We take technical and organizational measures to protect the personal data that is processed, so that the data is not lost, destroyed, manipulated or made available to unauthorized persons. The measures aim to achieve a level of safety that is sufficiently high in view of the technical possibilities that are available. We will not sell or otherwise transfer personal data to third parties, with the exception of government decisions or the support of law.
We will also not transfer personal data to third countries, i.e. countries outside the EU / EEA.
You always have the right to request information regarding our personal data processing. Contact us if desired. Such a question may also be about a request for blocking or deletion of personal data that is incorrect or that is processed in violation of applicable law.
Our policies and working methods, regarding the handling of personal data, may be updated to be always up to date.
In the event of a complaint about the handling of personal data, you must contact the Data Inspectorate and make a report.
You reach the Data Inspectorate according to the following contact information:
Phone: 08-657 61 00, Mon-Fri, at 09.00–11.30 and 12.30–15.0
Fax: 08-652 86 52