Re-bags Data Policy
RE-BAG PERSONAL DATA HANDLING ACCORDING TO EU REGULATION (GDPR)
23. MAY 2018
The European Union General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) will be effective from May 25, 2018. These regulations helps to further protect the data privacy of individuals
1. WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR INFORMATION
Responsible for processing your personal information:
Re-bag A / S
2. HOW DO WE USE YOUR INFORMATION
We process your personal information for the following purposes:
• Delivery of agreed services / goods /products.
• Communication with you in connection with the company's work.
• Individual marketing, targeting of offers to you.
• Surveys, statistics and analyzes to improve our products and services.
• In connection with possible legal requirements.
The delivery of personal data may be necessary in connection with the conclusion of a contract for the delivery of products or services. In these situations, we will not be able to offer you our products or services unless you provide us with the required information.
3. ON WHAT BASIS DO WE USE YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
Our processing of personal data is always based on a legal basis.
We can process your personal information on the following basis:
a. Your express consent as a customer or subscriber of our newsletters.
b. The processing is required to fulfill a contract for which you are a party or for the implementation of measures taken at your request prior to the conclusion of a contract, for example, when you order materials on our website or support the company through one of our payment services.
c. The processing is necessary in order to fulfill a legal obligation on behalf of Re-bag, such as processing and storage of transaction information in accordance with the Accounting Act.
d. The processing is necessary for Re-bag or third party to pursue a legitimate interest. Legitimate interests constitute;
o Continuous improvement of products/services regarding member and customer experiences.
o To target our marketing on social media or other websites. In such cases, information disclosed is limited to information you have entered on re-bag's websites such as e-mail address.
4. WITH HOOM DO WE SHARE YOUR INFORMATION
We share information about you with:
a. Our suppliers of IT services (data providers).
b. Internal in Re-bag.
c. External auditors.
d. If in the future we use advertising via ex. Facebook and Google, we will share relevant information in terms of online advertising.
e. Public authorities, if required by law.
f. Warning records that identify risky transactions in order to combat (organized) online fraud.
If we share information about you with third parties for marketing purposes, we will only share the common information you have entered on re-posted websites.
6. FOR HOW LONG DO WE STORE YOUR INFORMATION
As an e-subscriber, we store the information you have entered at Re-Bag and information is stored as long as you maintain your membership. If you unsubscribe from the membership, your information will be deleted. Transaction information and other related information is stored for at least 6 years as a result of the Accounting Act.
7. WHAT RIGHTS DO YOU HAVE
As a customer / newsletter recipient in Re-Bag, you have the registered the right to exercise the following:
• Insight and Correction of your Information at Re-Bag.
• Delete on request.
• Ability to object to profiling.
• Possibility of requiring limitation of processing of personal data.
As a customer / newsletter recipient in Re-Bag, you have the right to inspect and correct your information at any time.
You can request to retrieve your personal information at the Re-Bag at any time. Your information will be deleted on your request.
• The information appears to be incorrect, or
• No longer necessary to fulfill the purpose for which they were collected or if
• The information is processed illegally.
The exercise of your rights may be subject to conditions and limitations and will often depend on the specific situation. If you believe that Re-bag is processing your personal information illegally, you have the right to file a complaint with a regulatory authority pursuant to Article 77 of the Personal Data Regulation.