1- Personal data processing
A. Clients and stakeholders
In the context of our service delivery we can process the following personal data of our clients and/or stakeholders: full name, address, place of residence, gender, titles, contact details (e.g. e-mail address and telephone number), company details (e.g. company name, excerpt from trade register and VAT number) and bank details. We process your personal data in compliance with the GDPR to execute the service agreement with you. We can also process personal data for justified interests, such as improving our service delivery. In cases where approval is required your explicit approval will be requested.
B. Website visitors
Every website visitor can, in the context of our online service delivery, leave their contact data on the website of About People. We will use this data to contact you and we will store this data as needed for answering your question.
Use of Social media
The pages on our website can be shared on social media, like LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook. About People does not supervise and is not responsible for the processing of your personal data by and via such third parties. The use of these social media is for your own risk. We recommend you read the third party privacy statement before you make use of their services.
C. Newsletter subscribers and participants of workshops etc.
About People may send a periodical newsletter. For the newsletter we collect personal data, like your (company) name and e-mail address. You will only receive our newsletter when you have given your consent and/or when you are our customer and we would like to inform you about relevant services and developments. Should you wish to no longer receive the newsletter, you can always opt out via a link in the newsletter.
To manage enrollments for workshops, training sessions and similar events, About People processes personal data such as full name, address, place of residence, e-mail address, telephone number company name and job title. We may also process additional data like education level and work experience. We will process these data based on your consent.
D. Other Stakeholders
For suppliers and/or other stakeholders About People can process personal data such as full name, company name, address, place of residence, e-mail address, telephone number and bank account number that are needed for the delivery and/or receipt of goods and services.
We process these data to deliver on agreements and/or to comply with legal obligations such as keeping an administration and financial audit requirements.
2- Your personal data and third parties
About People will only share your personal data with third parties when this is needed for the service delivery and within the purposes as mentioned before. This can be engaging a third party, such as an IT supplier, debt collector and courier. About People can also share personal data with a third party like a regulator, or other public authority, to the extent there is a legal obligation to do so. About People will put a processing agreement in place with the third parties she engages to process your personal data. This ensures the third party is also bound by the GDPR. The third parties themselves are responsible for their compliance with the GDPR when they are processing your personal data.
About People values the security and protection of your personal data and will ensure appropriate technical and organizational measures are put in place to achieve a reasonable level of data security.
4- Retention period
About People will store personal data no longer than needed for the purpose the data are collected for and/or no longer than needed to comply with laws and regulations.
5- Privacy rights
Any question, or request related to your privacy rights (such as your right to view, correct, restrict, erase your data, your right to obtain a portable copy of the stored data and your right to revoke consent to data processing) can be addressed to:
About People, attn. K. Laker
2202 CZ Noordwijk
We strive to respond to your request within a month. In case no solution is found, you can issue a complaint to the relevant Data Protection Authority.