- Sending you information about our (new) services and working methods;
- Conducting customer satisfaction surveys or market research;
- Providing services for your company;
- Inviting you to meetings.
If you want to make limited use or no use of some of our services, you can withdraw your consent. You can withdraw your consent by deregistering via the button below or by sending an email to our general email address email@example.com with “consent withdrawal” on the subject line. The protection of your personal data Specific privacy requirements apply to our employees and freelancers in relation to the protection of your personal data. They are required to sign a confidentiality clause upon commencement of employment or before their contract takes effect. We further protect your personal data by applying a need-to-know principle when providing a service and only giving those persons who are actually working on your request access to your personal data. Employees and freelancers are also obliged to report any loss of personal data as soon as possible. Your personal data, both digital and in writing, is protected in accordance with the legal requirements. Your documents will only be sent to you in encrypted form. Furthermore, your personal data will not be kept for longer than is necessary, unless there is a legal obligation to keep this personal data for an extended period of time. When your personal data is no longer needed, it will be either destroyed or returned. That is up to you. You must state your choice regarding this matter in the declaration of consent. Your rights under the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation You can exercise your rights as a concerned party under the GDPR via the “Rights of Concerned Parties” form. You have the following rights under the GDPR:
- The right to view your personal data;
- The right to have the data deleted;
- The right to rectification or limited use of the collected and processed data;
- The right to data portability.
We will process your requests within the period prescribed by law and will make use of the legal possibilities to grant or reject a request. If we reject your request, justification will be provided. Loss of your personal data Tekom Vertalers has adopted measures aimed at minimising any risk of a loss of personal data, a so-called data breach. If, despite all measures taken, a data breach occurs in which your personal data is lost and severe damage to your private life can be expected, we will inform you of this immediately. Privacy Officer / DPO We do everything in our power to ensure that these rules are properly implemented. If you are of the opinion that this privacy statement is not being properly observed in practice, you can submit a complaint to our Privacy Officer. The Privacy Officer at Tekom Vertalers is: Mieke Tangali-Jharap. Dutch Data Protection Authority If you are dissatisfied with the handling of the situation, you can also contact the Dutch Data Protection Authority www.autoriteitpersoonsgegevens.nl The translation agency reserves the right to amend this privacy statement in accordance with the latest developments in relation to the GDPR. You can find the latest version of our privacy statement on our website. Tekom Vertalers, Hoofdweg 846b, Hoofddorp, Tuesday 24 April 2018