According to the GDPR, with effect from 25 May 2018 onward, you have certain rights concerning your personal data and in the following section we will briefly explain them.
- A right to restriction of processing
You have a right to request the restriction of processing of your personal data when there is no legitimate interest for us to do that, when you are disputing the accuracy of your personal data, for the period when we as controllers can check the accuracy of personal data, when you have objected to the data processing (check under a section “A right to make a complaint”) and we are considering if our legitimate reasons have gone beyond yours, when the processing is illegal and you are opposed to the removal of personal data and instead you are asking for a limit of their use even when we don’t require the personal data anymore, but you ask for it for the establishment, exercise or defense of legal claims.
By contacting us, you can exercise your rights at any given moment (check under the section “Contact us”)
The GDPR policy gives you the right to ask what kind of personal data we have stored and how we process them, and it gives you the right to access the data. By contacting us, you can exercise your rights at any given moment (check under the section “Contact us”). Please take into a consideration that before we process any claim for access to data, we must confirm your identity and there is also a possibility that we will contact you in order to confirm that we have understood what specific data you require. After we confirm your identity, we will provide the requested data in the period of 30 days.
We provide information free of charge, however, we may charge an administrator fee if the claim is obviously unfounded or excessive, and especially if it is repetitive. In any case, if you are our existing customer, you can access your personal data via your user interface.
- The right to erasure (“The right to be forgotten”)
As a natural person you have the right to request the erasure of all your personal data in our possession. However, take into a consideration that this is not an absolute right, so for example, this doesn’t go beyond our legal obligation to keep accounting records. You can require the erasure of your personal data when your personal data are no longer necessary in relation to the purpose for which they were originally collected or processed (for example, if you cancel all the services you have negotiated with us). By contacting us, you can exercise your rights at any given moment (check under the section “Contact us”)
- The right to rectification
The GDPR policy gives you the right to rectification of any personal data that are either incorrect or incomplete. Users can use the user interface to update their personal data, but in any case, you can also contact us (check under the section “Contact us”).
- The right to data portability
You have the right to request the personal data you have provided us in a machine-readable form. Please contact us if you want to receive the print of your data in the JSON format (check under the section “Contact us”).
You have the right to object to the processing of your personal data when there is no legitimate or legal reason for us to do that.