This policy may be updated from time to time to ensure that the policy fully respects the rights of the data subjects and the legislation(s) governing the use of personal data, such as the EU GDPR General Data Protection Regulation. EEE controlled registries containing personal data are listed below. You always have the following rights with regards to any or your personal data stored in the registries:
- Right to enquire whether your data is being processed and what the data is
- Right to ask us to update any incorrect or missing data
- Right to ask us to stop using the data for a specific purpose or for all purposes and/or request its deletion
- Right to appeal to the data protection officials should you feel that our processing does not follow the legislation or you think that your rights are otherwise not observed
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EEE marketing registry
Name of the registry: EEE Marketing Registry
Last updated: 22.03.2021
Description: Registry description of personal data file according to Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council.
Controller of the registry
EEE Organiser Team
Queries related to the registry can be sent via email to email@example.com.
The purpose and justification of processing personal data
The personal data stored in the registry file are used for marketing and organizational purposes. The data is used for direct marketing communications with which EEE markets its partners’ products and services. The registry is also used for marketing related to events organized by EEE or its partners.
The data is processed due to the legitimate interests pursued by EEE.
Description of the group of data subjects and the data related to them
The personal data of the following groups of data subjects are processed:
- EEE’s participants and potential participants data
- EEE’s partners working in management, logistics, or similar positions
- Persons that have registered to EEE mailing list(s) and subscribed to the newsletter(s)
- Persons that have registered to EEE event(s)
- Persons who have requested any other information from EEE by entering personal data to a data form and thus agreeing to the related terms (e.g. contact form, material download form)
The following data is inputted to the registry file:
- Basic personal information
- person name and contact information (e.g. telephone and email)
- used for identifying the person(s) and contacting them
- Organization and title
- organization contact information (e.g. telephone and address)
- title of the person within the organization
- used for targeting the communication
- Other information submitted by the person him/herself
Regular destinations of disclosed data and whether data is transferred to countries outside of the European Union or the European Economic Area
The personal data may be disclosed to EEE partner companies and other companies belonging to the same group (concern).
The data is not disclosed or transferred outside of the European Economic Area unless EEE has a legitimate professional reason to do so and EEE has conducted Standard Contractual Clauses* agreement with the recipient or a similar EU/EEA legislation approved means of transferring the data is in place.
Duration of the processing
The participants data may be kept in the registry for as long as the participants relationship is active and for the period of ten years after it. Information that is needed for accounting and taxation purposes may be stored for ten years due to legal requirements.
Other data will be kept for five years at a time. This duration will be extended one year at a time if the information has been actively used, the legitimate interest to keep the data is still valid and the information is still accurate.
Inaccurate data will be removed periodically once a year.
The data will be based on the information submitted by the data subject and kept up to date as and when new information is submitted.
Description of the principles in accordance to which the data file has been secured
Personal information is handled confidentially. The data file can only be accessed by persons who require the data while performing their tasks or duties. The registry is fully electronic and it has been secured reliably using appropriate technical security measures such as firewalls and backup procedures.