Due to General Data Protection Regulation coming into life as well as obligations stemming out of it, we kindly inform our Clients and Partners about processing their personal data and rules abiding this process after 25th May 2018
Controller of Your personal data
The Controller of Your personal data is: Tan Empire Ltd (Reg. 10093591) Unit 17 Cloverlay Industrial Estate, Canterbury Lane, ME8 8GL Medway, UK
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, tel: +44 14 7455 6444
What data do we process?
Contacting with us to order goods or perform shopping at our internet shop requires processing of personal data such as: e-mail address and IP, name, surname, address and registration number (for example: VAT), phone number at the time of issuing the order.
Why do we use personal data?
Depending on whom we work with, we might use personal data. When it comes to big companies, such data is used on a lesser scale than it comes with company of a specific person. Personal data, that we use, is necessary in order to provide our services and deliver goods in our offer. We process personal data because it is needed in order to:
a. perform contracts conducted by our company (delivery of services or goods);
b. process queries/questions addressed towards us;
c. take part in contests and establish the winners;
d. providing services electronically;
e. setting up and managing an account or accounts, as well as maintaining an account, transactions and solving technical issues;
f. performing statistical analysis;
g. vindication of debts;
h. running litigation;
Is providing the personal data obligatory?
Providing us with personal data is not obligatory, however lack of approval to process personal data might provide performing our services and delivering goods impossible (for example through refusing to provide address of delivery).
Providing the personal data
We do not sell or provide third companies with personal data of our Clients or Contractors. Personal data will be processed by our company and we will be the sole Controller. On the basis of the current legal framework, we can provide the data to third parties processing the personal data on our behalf (for example: a courier company). Our obligation to provide personal data occurs when authorities, who have sufficient legal grounds, ask for it (Police).
We proces the personal data only if we have legal grounds to do so. Such legal grounds might provide, for example, the need to perform a contract (selling goods, providing services). Processing data on marketing purpose (mailing, newsletter) or providing an optimal offer (profiling) requires a separate approval.
Right to withdraw, to be forgotten, to modify data, issue a claim
We do not withhold personal data without the subjects approval. We process the data until the approval Was withheld. Such an approval might be rescinded at any time. Rescinding the approval requires contacting us, for example, by clicking a specific link or writing an e-mail.
A person, whom data we process, has the right to access the data, modify it, erase i tor limit the processing, as well as to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority regarding failure to comply with rules arising from GDPR.
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If we make changes to this Policy, we will notify you by updating this statement on our website. You can access our website homepage and browse our site without disclosing your personal data.