REstart Refugees is the data controller and bears responsibility that your personal data is processed in concordance with existing laws.
Contact information at REstart Refugees:
Contact: Alexis Rhyner
CVR number: 39 42 45 76
REstart Refugees ensures fair and transparent data processing
When REstart Refugees requests your personal data, you are informed as to which data is being used and to what specific purpose. This information is available to you at the time of the collection of your personal data.
If REstart Refugees collects your personal data from other providers such as a public authority or business partner, you will be informed hereof no later than 10 days from the collection of the data. REstart Refugees must also disclose the purpose of the data collection and the legal framework permitting REstart Refugees access to your personal data.
Types of data collected
REstart Refugees uses personal data processing for application, payment processing, marketing purposes as well as to capture data on who is active in supporting refugees. Processed data cover: name, telephone number, address, email, age, date of birth, account details and related information. Additionally REstart Refugees may process personal data actively transferred to REstart Refugees by that same person.
Application and storage of collected personal data
The purpose of collecting and processing personal data is to better understand our customers and their locations, and to maintain databases on our customers.
The information is stored for the allowed period of time only, and is deleted when the personal data is no longer required by REstart Refugees. The duration of the time period depends on the type of the information and the reason for the storing.
Transmission of personal data
REstart Refugees may transmit or share personal data in order to abide by a judicial obligation. Transmission of data may also occur following directions by the court or other public authority for trademark protection, privileges or property rights. This includes the exchange of data with other companies and organisations as safeguard against fraud.
REstart Refugees makes use of service providers and data processors acting on our behalf. These services include hosting and system maintenance, email service etc. Business partners have access to our data to the extent necessary to do their job and deliver requested services. Business partners are contractually obligated to handle data in absolute confidence and are not authorised to use data for any purpose other than those contractually stated to REstart Refugees. REstart Refugees supervises that business partners meet their commitments in this regard.
Should REstart Refugees in exceptional cases transmit personal data to a service provider or data processor outside of the EU, REstart Refugees guarantees this data transmission happen in accordance with legal requirements.
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REstart Refugees protects your personal data and has adopted internal data security policies containing guidelines and precautionary measures to protect your personal data from destruction, loss, alteration or unauthorized disclosure and to prevent from any unauthorized access to the data.
REstart Refugees has set procedures for assignment of security levels for employees processing personal data containing information on personal interests and habits. To prevent loss of data REstart Refugees makes ongoing backup copies of the personal data and protects data confidentiality and authenticity by use of encryption.
In the event of a data security breach implicating reasonable personal risk of discrimination, identity theft, economic loss, and damage to reputation or other significant downside, REstart Refugees must inform you without undue delay
In general: To access your data in order to have it corrected or deleted or to protest our data processing, an inquiry for this must be made to REstart Refugees. An answer will come as soon as possible and no later than a month from the time of the received inquiry
Access to your personal data: If so requested at any time, the REstart Refugees must inform you which data is processed, how and from where it was collected and how it is being used. You also have the right to be informed as to how long your personal data will be stored and who has access to your data in case of data transmission. Access to your data in the process can be obtained by request to REstart Refugees. The access might be restricted in consideration of the privacy of other people or trade secrets and intellectual property rights. To make use of your privileges a request must be made to REstart Refugees Contact information can be found under section Contact.
Correction or deletion of incorrect data: You have the right to have inaccurate personal data corrected. A request must be made to REstart Refugees stating the inaccuracies as well as your corrections to the data. In some cases REstart Refugees has an obligation to delete your personal data if you so request. You may also contact us for clarification if you believe your personal data is being processed against regulations or against other legal obligations. If a request for correction or deletion of your personal data is made and the request is a warrant, we seek to go through with the amendments to the data as soon as possible.
Objection to data storage and transmitting: You have the right to object to the processing of your personal data. You may also object to REstart Refugees transmitting your data for sales promotion purposes. If your objection is warranted the processing of your personal data will be terminated. You are entitled to receive the personal data you have made available for REstart Refugees as well as data about you that has been collected from other operators with your consent. You are also entitled to have your data sent if REstart Refugees handles your data as part of a contract in which you are a party. You also have the right to transfer these personal data to another provider of services.