1. Who is the Processing Manager for your personal data?
- Company name: NTT Disruption Europe S.L. (hereinafter, “NTT Disruption”)
- Company Tax ID: B88353586
- Postal address: Paseo De La Castellana 202 – 6th Floor – 28046 – Madrid
- Data protection office: Please contact NTT Disruption data protection office to make a claim or request information at the following email address: email@example.com.
2. What personal data do we obtain about you on our website?
Personal data we collect is as follows:
- Your name and email.
Pursuant to the above, information about our cookies policy can be found here: growthland.io/cookie-policy
3. What is the end purpose of obtaining and processing your personal data?
- To manage requests forwarded through the contact section on our website (https://growthland.io/contact/).
- If a user wishes to contact us, we will collect their personal data in order to address to the issue raised.
- If you choose to exercise any of the rights described in section 7 of this policy, your personal data will be collected for the purpose of contacting the interested user and informing the user of activities carried out, in response to the request.
On what legal grounds do we process your data?
The legitimate grounds for processing your data are as follows:
- The legal basis for processing your data in order to manage requests you send us through the contact section is consent (art. 6.1.a) GDPR);
4. Do we share your personal data with any organizations other than NTT Disruption?
In order to carry out the different processing activities we have previously explained, NTT Disruption informs you that your personal data will be shared with the following cloud provider (processor):
-SITEGROUND: your personal data will be stored within their European Union servers and won’t be transferred outside of this territory.
Also, in the event of the existence of a legal action requiring your personal data, the data may have to be shared with the competent authority.
5. How long do we keep your personal data?
We intend to keep your personal data as long as necessary, in accordance with data protection legislation and for the purposes set out under point 3 of this policy.
6. What rights do you have in relation to the processing of your personal data?
|Type of Right||Description of your Right||Method of request|
|Right to access:||You can confirm whether NTT Disruption processes your personal data and also check your personal data included in files held by NTT Disruption Europe, S.L..||You can exercise your rights by applying in writing to NTT DISRUPTION EUROPE, S.L., Paseo De La Castellana 200 – planta 6ª – 28046 – Madrid – or by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org . Applications must mention which right you are exercising and, as the case may be, include any additional information necessary.
Please remember it is compulsory to attach a copy of your Personal ID card or of another document that proves your identity if you wish to exercise your rights.
Equally, please be aware that NTT Disruption Europe, S.L. will respond to your request within the legally established deadlines and bearing in mind current legal provisions.
|Right to correct:||You can change your personal data if it is incorrect.|
|Right to remove:||You can ask for your data not to be processed.|
|Right to restrict processing:||You can request restrictions on processing your data in the following scenarios:
– For as long as it takes to verify challenged accuracy of your data.
– In instances when processing is unlawful, but you oppose removal of your data.
– When NTT Disruption Europe, S.L. does not need to process your data but you require the data to bring or defend claims.
– When you oppose processing of your data to perform a task in the public interest or to comply with a legitimate interest, for as long as it takes to check whether the legitimate reasons for processing your data prevail over the grounds you allege.
|Rights to oppose||You may ask NTT Disruption to cease processing data for the purposes for which the data was collected;|
|Right to port data||You can ask NTT Disruption to send you the personal data you provided, in electronic format, or to transfer the data to a different company;|
|You may ask not to be subject to computerised decisions, including the preparation of profiles||What this right means is that your data would not be used? if such activities occur (preparation of profiles or computerised decisions).|
GDPR also sets out a series of obligations deemed to be your rights, as follows:
- Withdrawal of consent: whilst your data is being processed: you may withdraw the consent you gave us at any time. For the purpose, please email us at email@example.com and ask us to remove the consent against your name and email.
- Claim before a Supervising Authority: you may bring a claim under GDPR at any time before the competent data protection supervising authority if you have reason to believe we may be using your data unlawfully. NTT Disruption’s main office is in Spain and, therefore, the Competent Authority is the Spanish Data Protection Agency [Agencia Española de Protección de Datos]. Details of where to send your claim are as follows: Calle de Jorge Juan 6, 28001 Madrid (postal address) and email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
7. Do we transfer your data to locations outside Europe?
NTT Disruption is a worldwide company with headquarters in a number of countries outside the European Economic Area. This does not mean, however, that your data will necessarily be transferred to a country outside Spain. Nevertheless, your data may be transferred abroad if your request refers to NTT Disruption business conducted at other offices.
On such occasions, we will seek your consent at the time of processing your request and before sending your data beyond GDPR permitted limits. A request from us in this sense usually forms the legal basis for transferring your data in this way and we also attach an additional layer of security for data transfers abroad thereby guaranteeing the safety of your data during the transfer and during processing at the destination. At all events, your data would only be transferred abroad to countries with an equivalent level of protection to the European Union (based on European Commission resolutions on suitability, standard contractual clauses and certification mechanisms)
8. Will we send you any marketing information?