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Intrenion UG (haftungsbeschränkt) Alemannenallee 2 | 14052 Berlin +49 1781988807 | email@example.com Managing director: Christian Ullrich USt-IdNr: DE306738055 HR B 178145 B - Amtsgericht Charlottenburg
Professional services: General terms and conditions
Plan: Unlimited advice meetings
- Collaboration: The service provider offers business consulting services and will provide them to the best of their knowledge and belief. The collaboration does not include legal advice.
- Content publication: All content created through our services will be publicly published on our website. This includes feedback tools, discussion summaries, and other outputs from our collaboration. The intention is to promote transparency, shared learning, and the development of best practices within our community.
- Compensation: The client will pay a monthly flat rate for the services. Payment is due in advance each month. The contract term is specified in the offer and includes the services described in the online shop and the "Specific terms and conditions."
- Termination: The client can terminate the service at any time, effective at the end of the current billing month. After termination, there will be no further advance billing and access to the services will stop.
- Language: Services and communication between the client and the service provider will be in English and/or German.
- Holidays: Holidays referred to in this contract are statutory holidays in Berlin.
- Liability: The maximum liability for slightly negligent breaches of duty per case of damage is set at 1000.00 EUR, deviating from clause 13.1 EVB-IT service AGB.
- Offer and acceptance: The client's offer and the service provider's acceptance will take place through an online shop.
- Contract precedence: The conditions presented on this page take precedence over the "Supplementary Contract Conditions for IT Services (EVB-IT Service AGB)" in version 2.1 from 2018 and, subordinately, the "General Contract Conditions for the Performance of Services (VOL/B) in the 2003 version." Other terms and conditions are excluded unless agreed upon in the contract. The simplified English versions of these documents provided by the client apply to this contract.
Professional services: Specific terms and conditions
Community: Support of feedback resources development
- Personalized consultations
- Plan: With the "Advice: Unlimited support & advice meetings" package, you have access to unlimited 1:1 meetings with our experts.
- Purpose of meetings: These meetings aim to guide you in adopting our best feedback practices and address any specific challenges or opportunities you may have in your feedback process.
- Scheduling and format: Meetings will be scheduled at mutually agreed-upon times and can be conducted through web meetings.
- Meeting etiquette: While there is no strict limit on the number of meetings, we request that you schedule them with reasonable notice and conduct them professionally.
- Rescheduling or cancellation: We reserve the right to reschedule or cancel a meeting due to unforeseen circumstances or scheduling conflicts.
- Success factors: Implementing feedback practices within your organization's success depends on various factors beyond our control, including your commitment, resources, and unique dynamics.
- Single seat attachment: The "Advice: Unlimited support & advice meetings" plan is associated with a single seat, which corresponds to one named individual in your organization.
- Attendee requirement: All 1:1 meetings should be attended by the named individual assigned to the seat.
- Consistent communication: This provision ensures consistent communication, effective learning, and tailored consultation for the designated individual.
- Changing the named individual: If you wish to change the named individual, please provide written notice with the details of the new individual.
- Transition period: A reasonable transition period may be necessary to update records and familiarize ourselves with the new individual's needs.
- Applicable terms: All terms related to scheduling, cancellation, and conduct during meetings, as mentioned earlier, apply equally to any named individual under your plan.
- Fair use policy: While we offer unlimited 1:1 meetings, we maintain a fair use policy, especially for large organizations.
- Resource allocation: To ensure quality and availability for all customers, we need to allocate our team's time and effort judiciously.
- Additional named seats: If your organization requires frequent and extensive meetings, we recommend booking additional seats.
- Reassessment and adjustments: In the event of excessive use under a single seat, we may initiate a dialogue to reassess your needs and adjust your plan accordingly.
- Alternative arrangements: In extreme cases, we reserve the right to propose alternative arrangements or cancel the plan if it better aligns with the extent of use.
- Fair and reasonable approach: We are committed to acting reasonably and fairly, considering the interests of all customers and the sustainability of our service provision.
- Unlimited queries
- Plan: With the "Q&A: Unlimited support questions & answers" plan, you can ask unlimited questions about our feedback tools and services.
- Comprehensive knowledge: This service aims to provide you with comprehensive knowledge and understanding to utilize our tools and services effectively.
- Question submission: You can submit your questions through our designated communication channels, and we will respond in a timely and efficient manner.
- Quality responses: We strive to provide high-quality responses by leveraging the expertise of our team to deliver accurate and valuable information.
- Relevant questions: While there is no limit to the number of questions you can ask, we require that all questions relate to our feedback tools and services and aim to enhance your usage of our services.
- Question guidelines: We reserve the right to limit or refuse to respond to questions that we consider inappropriate, offensive, repetitive, beyond the scope of our services, or disruptive to our operations. We will make such determinations on a case-by-case basis.
- Insightful town hall meetings
- Community support package: With the "Community: Support of feedback resources development" package, you are invited to participate in our town hall meetings.
- Interactive discussions: These meetings provide platforms for interactive discussions about the development, improvement, and future direction of our feedback tools.
- Meeting guidelines: By accepting these terms, you agree that your participation in town hall meetings is subject to additional guidelines or rules that we may communicate to you from time to time.
- Engagement opportunity: The meetings allow you to engage with other supporters, share your insights, and gain a deeper understanding of our work.
- Voluntary attendance: Your participation in town hall meetings is voluntary, and you can choose to attend based on your interest and convenience.
- Meeting variations: Please note that the content, schedule, and conduct of these meetings may vary. We reserve the right to modify, postpone, or cancel any meeting, with or without prior notice. We will make our best effort to notify you in advance in such cases.
- Influence on product development
- Influence on the product: With the "Q&A: Unlimited support questions & answers" plan, you have the opportunity to influence our product backlog and roadmap.
- Your insight and feedback: We value your input and recognize that your experience with our tools can help us improve and align our services to suit your needs better.
- Suggestions and feedback: You can suggest improvements, report issues, or propose new features for our feedback tools.
- Consideration of input: We will consider your input during our development process and may incorporate your suggestions into our future plans.
- Implementation not guaranteed: While we appreciate and consider all input, we cannot guarantee that every suggestion will be implemented.
- Factors for decision Making: Product changes are based on factors such as feasibility, resources, strategic alignment, and potential impact on other users.
- Respectful consideration: We commit to treating your input with respect and consideration. We reserve the right to make the final decision on all changes to our backlog and roadmap.
- Further engagement opportunities: We also offer opportunities for additional engagement, such as user feedback sessions or beta testing of new features. Your further involvement is welcome in these activities.
- We're glad you're interested in our company.
- Intrenion UG (haftungsbeschränkt) values data protection highly.
- You can visit Intrenion UG (haftungsbeschränkt) website without providing personal information, but some services may require personal data processing.
- If the personal data processing is needed and lacks legal basis, we ask for your consent.
- We always process personal data according to GDPR and relevant country-specific regulations.
- This policy explains the type, extent, and purpose of the personal data we collect, use, and process.
- This policy also informs you about your data protection rights.
- Intrenion UG (haftungsbeschränkt) uses various technical and organizational measures to protect personal data on our website.
- Please note that data transmissions online may have security risks and absolute protection isn't guaranteed.
- You can provide personal data through alternative methods, like phone calls if preferred.
- To achieve this, we'll begin by clarifying the terms used.
- Personal data
- Personal data refers to information about an identifiable person, also called a "data subject."
- Identifiable persons can be recognized through identifiers like name, ID number, location data, online identifiers, or other factors related to their physical, mental, or social identity.
- Data subject
- A data subject is an identifiable person whose personal data is processed by the responsible controller.
- Processing includes any actions on personal data, such as collecting, organizing, storing, using, sharing, or deleting it manually or automatically.
- Restriction of processing
- Limiting future processing of stored personal data by marking it.
- Automated processing of personal data to analyze or predict a person's traits or behavior, such as work performance, preferences, or location.
- Processing personal data so it can't be linked to a specific person without additional information stored separately and protected to prevent re-identification.
- The person or organization decides why and how personal data is processed, as determined by Union or Member State law.
- The person or organization that processes personal data on behalf of the controller.
- The person or organization that receives personal data, whether a third party or not.
- Public authorities receiving personal data for a specific inquiry follow data protection rules for processing purposes.
- A person or organization other than the data subject, controller, processor, or those authorized to process personal data.
- A data subject's voluntary, informed, and clear agreement to have their personal data processed.
Name and address of the controller
The controller, according to the GDPR, EU member state data protection laws, and other data protection provisions, is:
Intrenion UG (haftungsbeschränkt) Alemannenallee 2 14052 Berlin Germany Phone: +491781988807 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://www.intrenion.com
- Cookies are text files stored on your computer through your web browser.
- These IDs help link cookies to specific web browsers.
- This differentiation allows websites to recognize individual browsers and provide a personalized experience.
- Unique cookie IDs help recognize and identify specific browsers.
- Cookies enable Intrenion UG (haftungsbeschränkt) to offer more user-friendly services on its website.
- They help optimize the information and offers for individual users.
- As mentioned, cookies allow us to recognize our website users.
- This recognition aims to improve user experience on our website.
- Users with cookies enabled don't need to enter access data every time they visit the website, as the cookie is stored on their computer.
- An example is an online shop's shopping cart cookie, which remembers the items added by a customer.
- Users can prevent cookies on our website by adjusting their browser settings and can permanently disable cookies.
- Existing cookies can be deleted at any time through a browser or other software programs.
- This can be done in all popular browsers. However, disabling cookies may affect some website functions, making them less usable.
Collection of general data and information
- When someone visits Intrenion UG's website, general data and information are collected.
- This data is stored in server log files.
- The collected data may include browser type, operating system, referring website, sub-websites, date and time of access, IP address, internet service provider, and other data that could be useful in case of an attack on our IT systems.
- Intrenion UG (haftungsbeschränkt) doesn't use this general data to draw conclusions about the individual visitor.
- The collected information is used to (1) correctly deliver our website content, (2) optimize the content and its advertisement, (3) maintain the long-term functionality of our IT systems and website technology, and (4) provide law enforcement with the necessary information in case of a cyber-attack.
- Intrenion UG (haftungsbeschränkt) analyzes the anonymously collected data to enhance our data protection and security and ensure the best protection for processed personal data.
- The anonymous server log file data is stored separately from any personal data provided by users.
Registration on the website
- Users can register on the website by providing their personal information.
- The registration form determines which personal data is shared with the site owner.
- The personal data provided is collected and stored only for internal use and specific purposes by the site owner.
- The site owner may share this data with one or more third parties (e.g., delivery service) for internal purposes related to the site owner's needs.
- When registering, the user's IP address, assigned by their internet service provider, and the date and time of the registration are also stored.
- This data is stored to prevent misuse of services and, if needed, to help investigate any offenses.
- Storing this data is essential for the site owner's security.
- The data isn't shared with third parties unless legally required or to aid in criminal investigations.
- Registering with personal data allows the site owner to provide content or services exclusive to registered users.
- Registered users can update or delete their personal data from the site owner's records at any time.
- The data controller will provide information about stored personal data to data subjects upon request.
- The data controller will correct or delete personal data as requested by the data subject, unless legally required to keep it.
- The data controller's employees are available as contact persons for data subjects regarding these matters.
Subscription to our newsletters
- Users can subscribe to Intrenion UG's newsletter on the website.
- The subscription form collects the personal data required for sending the newsletter.
- The newsletter regularly updates customers and business partners about the company's offers.
- To receive the newsletter, the data subject must have a valid email address and sign up.
- For legal reasons, first-time subscribers are sent a confirmation email using the double opt-in procedure.
- The confirmation email verifies that the email address owner is authorized to receive the newsletter.
- During registration, the IP address, date, and time are recorded to track any potential misuse of the email address.
- This data collection helps protect the controller legally.
- Personal data collected during registration is used only for sending the newsletter.
- Subscribers may be informed via email about changes to the newsletter service or technical updates, if necessary.
- Personal data from the newsletter service won't be shared with third parties.
- The data subject can cancel the newsletter subscription anytime.
- Consent for storing personal data for newsletter purposes can be withdrawn at any time.
- A revocation link is provided in each newsletter.
- Unsubscribing from the newsletter can be done on the controller's website or through other means of communication with the controller.
- Intrenion UG (haftungsbeschränkt) newsletter includes tracking pixels.
- Tracking pixels are tiny graphics in HTML emails used for log file recording and analysis.
- They enable statistical evaluation of online marketing campaign performance.
- Intrenion UG (haftungsbeschränkt) can see when an email was opened and which links were clicked, using tracking pixels.
- Personal data from tracking pixels are stored and analyzed by the controller to improve newsletter delivery and tailor future content to the data subject's interests.
- Personal data won't be shared with third parties.
- At any time, data subjects can revoke their consent given during the double-opt-in process.
- Upon revocation, the controller will delete the personal data.
- Unsubscribing from Intrenion UG (haftungsbeschränkt) newsletter is considered a revocation.
Contact options through the website
- Intrenion UG (haftungsbeschränkt)'s website provides easy electronic contact options, including an email address for direct communication.
- When a user contacts the company via email or a contact form, their personal data is automatically saved.
- This voluntarily provided personal data is stored to process requests or respond to the user.
- This personal data is not shared with third parties.
Blog comments feature on the website
- Intrenion UG (haftungsbeschränkt) lets users comment on individual blog posts on their website.
- A blog is an online public platform where bloggers post articles or thoughts in blog posts.
- Third parties can comment on these blog posts.
- When a user comments on a blog post, their comment, comment date, and chosen pseudonym are saved and displayed on the website.
- The user's IP address, provided by their ISP, is also recorded.
- IP addresses are stored for security and in case a user's comment breaks the law or infringes on others' rights.
- Storing this data helps protect the data controller in case of legal issues.
- Personal data collected won't be shared with third parties unless required by law or to defend the data controller.
Subscription to comments on the blog
- The data controller will process and store personal data only as long as needed for its purpose or as required by European or other applicable laws and regulations.
- Users can submit feedback to various organizations through forms on our website.
- The submitted input will be sent to the respective organization and to us.
- We anonymize the feedback by removing the user's name and email address once it is sent.
- The removal of the name and email address is a manual process and may take up to 48 hours.
- The user grants us an unrestricted, non-exclusive, irrevocable, transferable, and sublicensable right to use, modify, and forward their feedback submission without their name and email address.
- We do not collect IP addresses or other information, although Tally.so may store such data.
- We do not have access to any additional information stored by Tally.so, as we are also users of their service.
Regular deletion and protection of personal data
- The data controller processes and stores personal data only as long as needed for its purpose or as required by European or other applicable laws and regulations.
- When the storage purpose no longer applies or the legally required storage period ends, personal data is routinely protected or deleted as per legal requirements.
Rights of the data subject
- Confirmation right
- As per European law, every individual has the right to ask the data controller if their personal data is being processed.
- To exercise this right, the individual can contact any employee of the data controller at any time.
- Access right
- As per European law, every individual has the right to request and receive free information about their stored personal data at any time, as well as a copy of that information from the data controller.
- European regulations also grant individuals access to the following information:
- Processing purposes;
- Personal data categories involved;
- Recipients or categories of recipients receiving or to receive personal data, including those in third countries or international organizations;
- Storage duration if possible, or criteria determining the storage period;
- The right to request rectification, erasure, or processing restriction of personal data, or to object to the processing;
- The right to file a complaint with a supervisory authority;
- If the data was not collected from the individual, any available source information;
- The existence of automated decision-making, including profiling as per GDPR Article 22(1) and (4), and in such cases, details about the logic, significance, and potential consequences of the processing.
- Individuals have the right to know if their personal data is transferred to a third country or international organization.
- If so, they have the right to learn about the safeguards in place for the transfer.
- To exercise this access right, individuals can contact any employee of the data controller at any time.
- Rectification right
- As per European law, every individual has the right to request the data controller to correct inaccurate personal data about them promptly.
- Considering the processing purposes, individuals can request the completion of incomplete personal data, including by providing additional information.
- To exercise this rectification right, individuals can contact any employee of the data controller at any time.
- Erasure right (Right to be forgotten)
- Every individual has the right, as per European law, to request the data controller to erase their personal data promptly. The data controller is obliged to do so if one of the following grounds applies and the processing is not necessary:
- Personal data is no longer needed for its original purpose.
- The individual withdraws consent, and there is no other legal basis for processing.
- The individual objects to the processing, and there are no overriding legitimate grounds or the individual objects under GDPR Article 21(2).
- Personal data has been processed unlawfully.
- Erasing personal data is required to comply with a legal obligation.
- Personal data was collected in relation to information society services as per GDPR Article 8(1).
- If any of the above reasons apply, individuals can request the erasure of their personal data stored by Intrenion UG (haftungsbeschränkt) by contacting any employee at any time. The employee will promptly ensure the request is fulfilled.
- If the data controller has made personal data public and is required by GDPR Article 17(1) to erase it, they must take reasonable steps, considering available technology and implementation costs, to inform other data controllers processing the data that the individual has requested the erasure of any links to, copies, or replications of the data, unless the processing is required.
- An Intrenion UG (haftungsbeschränkt) employee will coordinate the necessary actions in each case.
- Processing restriction right
- Every individual has the right, as per European law, to request the data controller to restrict processing in any of the following situations:
- The individual disputes the accuracy of their personal data, allowing the controller time to verify its accuracy.
- Processing is unlawful, but the individual requests restricting the data use instead of erasing it.
- The controller no longer needs personal data, but the individual requires it for legal claims.
- The individual objects to processing under GDPR Article 21(1) while it is being determined if the controller's legitimate grounds override the individual's.
- If any of the above conditions apply, individuals can request processing restrictions of their personal data stored by Intrenion UG (haftungsbeschränkt) by contacting any employee at any time. The employee will arrange for the processing restriction.
- Data portability right
- As per European law, every individual has the right to receive personal data provided to a controller in a structured, commonly used, and machine-readable format.
- Individuals have the right to transfer their data to another controller without interference from the current controller as long as the processing is based on consent or a contract and is carried out automatically unless necessary for public interest or official authority tasks.
- While exercising data portability under GDPR Article 20(1), individuals can request their data to be directly transmitted from one controller to another, if possible, and without negatively impacting the rights and freedoms of others.
- To exercise the data portability right, individuals can contact any Intrenion UG (haftungsbeschränkt) employee at any time.
- Right to object
- Every individual has the right, as per European law, to object to the processing of their personal data, based on their specific situation, at any time if the processing is grounded in GDPR Article 6(1)(e) or (f).
- This right also applies to profiling based on these provisions.
- Intrenion UG (haftungsbeschränkt) will stop processing personal data upon objection unless there are strong legitimate reasons for processing that outweigh the individual's interests, rights, and freedoms or if the data is necessary for legal claims.
- Individuals can object to their data being processed for direct marketing purposes at any time.
- This includes profiling related to direct marketing. If an individual objects, Intrenion UG (haftungsbeschränkt) will no longer process their data for these purposes.
- Individuals can also object to data processing for scientific, historical, or statistical purposes based on their specific situation unless it's necessary for public interest tasks.
- Individuals can contact any Intrenion UG (haftungsbeschränkt) employee to exercise the right to object. Additionally, they can use automated means with technical specifications to object when using information society services without violating Directive 2002/58/EC.
- Automated decision-making, including profiling
- Individuals have the right not to be subject to decisions based solely on automated processing, including profiling, that have legal effects or significantly affect them unless the decision (1) is necessary for a contract between the individual and the data controller, (2) is authorized by Union or Member State law with suitable measures to protect the individual's rights, freedoms, and legitimate interests, or (3) is based on the individual's explicit consent.
- If the decision (1) is necessary for a contract between the individual and the data controller or (2) is based on the individual's explicit consent, Intrenion UG (haftungsbeschränkt) will implement measures to protect the individual's rights, freedoms, and legitimate interests, including the right to human intervention from the controller, the ability to express their viewpoint and contest the decision.
- To exercise rights related to automated decision-making, individuals can contact any Intrenion UG (haftungsbeschränkt) employee at any time.
- Right to withdraw data protection consent
- Each individual has the right to withdraw their consent for processing their personal data at any time.
- To exercise this right, individuals can contact any Intrenion UG (haftungsbeschränkt) employee at any time.
Data protection during job applications and hiring processes
- The company collects and processes applicant information for the job application process.
- This can include electronic processing.
- If the company hires an applicant, their data will be stored according to legal requirements.
- If not hired, applicant data will be deleted within two months of the decision unless there are other legal reasons to keep the data, such as for evidence in an equal treatment case.
Privacy rules for using Google Analytics with anonymization feature
- This website uses Google Analytics with an anonymizer function.
- Google Analytics is a web analytics service.
- Web analytics involves collecting and analyzing visitor data on websites.
- This service gathers information such as the referrer site, visited sub-pages, and their frequency and duration.
- Web analytics mainly helps optimize websites and assess the cost-effectiveness of online advertising.
- Google Ireland Limited in Dublin, Ireland, operates Google Analytics.
- The controller uses the "_gat. _anonymizeIp" application for Google Analytics.
- This application shortens and anonymizes IP addresses for EU and European Economic Area users.
- Google Analytics aims to analyze our website traffic.
- Google uses the collected data to evaluate website usage, create online activity reports, and offer additional services related to our website.
- Google Analytics uses a cookie on the user's device.
- Cookies are defined earlier in the policy.
- The cookie allows Google to analyze website usage.
- When a user visits a page with Google Analytics, their browser automatically sends data to Google for online advertising and commission purposes.
- Through this process, Google accesses personal information like IP addresses, helping them track visitor origins and clicks and generate commission settlements.
- The cookie saves personal information like access time, location, and the user's visit frequency to the website.
- Each visit sends personal data, including the user's IP address, to Google in the United States.
- Google stores this personal data in the US.
- Google may share the collected personal data with third parties.
- Users can block cookies by adjusting their web browser settings, permanently preventing the setting of cookies, as mentioned earlier.
- Adjusting the browser settings would also prevent Google Analytics from setting cookies on the user's device.
- Users can delete existing Google Analytics cookies through their web browser or other software.
- Users can also object to data collection by Google Analytics related to the website use and its processing by Google.
- To do this, users need to download and install a browser add-on from https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
- Google views the installation of the browser add-on as an objection.
- If the user's device is later reset or reformatted, the add-on must be reinstalled to disable Google Analytics.
- If the add-on is uninstalled or disabled by the user or someone else, it can be reinstalled or reactivated.
- More information about Google's data protection provisions can be found at https://www.google.com/intl/en/policies/privacy/ and http://www.google.com/analytics/terms/us.html.
- Further details about Google Analytics are available at https://www.google.com/analytics/.
Data protection rules for using Google AdWords
- This website uses Google AdWords.
- Google AdWords is an online advertising service that displays ads on Google search results and its ad network.
- Advertisers can choose specific keywords, so their ads appear only when users search for relevant results.
- Ads are shown on appropriate web pages in the Google ad network based on chosen keywords.
- Google Ireland Limited, Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin, D04 E5W5, Ireland operates Google AdWords.
- The goal of Google AdWords is to promote our website through relevant ads on third-party websites, Google search results, and by displaying ads from third parties on our site.
- When a user visits our site through a Google ad, a conversion cookie is placed on their device by Google.
- Cookies are explained earlier in the policy.
- Conversion cookies expire after 30 days and do not identify users.
- If the cookie hasn't expired, it helps track if certain sub-pages, like an online shop's shopping cart, were accessed on our site.
- The conversion cookie helps Google and the website owner understand if an AdWords ad led to a completed or canceled sale.
- Google uses data from the conversion cookie to generate visit statistics for our website.
- These statistics help determine the effectiveness of AdWords ads and optimize future ads.
- Neither our company nor other Google AdWords advertisers get information from Google that could identify users.
- The conversion cookie stores personal information, such as the web pages visited by the user.
- Every time our website is visited, personal data, including the user's IP address, is sent to Google in the United States.
- Google stores this personal data in the United States.
- Google may share the collected personal data with third parties.
- Users can prevent cookies from being set by our website at any time by adjusting their browser settings, as mentioned earlier, which will permanently block cookies.
- Adjusting the browser settings would also stop Google from placing a conversion cookie on the user's device.
- Users can delete a Google AdWords cookie at any time using their browser or other software programs.
- Users can object to Google's interest-based advertising.
- To do this, users must visit www.google.de/settings/ads from each browser and adjust their preferred settings.
- More information and Google's data protection policies can be found at https://www.google.com/intl/en/policies/privacy/.
Data protection guidelines for using LinkedIn on our website.
- Our website includes features from LinkedIn, a social network for professionals with over 400 million users worldwide. LinkedIn Corporation operates the platform at 2029 Stierlin Court Mountain View, CA 94043, USA.
- LinkedIn Ireland handles privacy matters outside the United States, and their address is Wilton Plaza, Wilton Place, Dublin 2, Ireland.
- When visiting a page on our site with a LinkedIn plug-in, your browser automatically downloads the plug-in, displaying the LinkedIn component.
- More information about the LinkedIn plug-in is available at https://developer.linkedin.com/plugins.
- During this process, LinkedIn learns which sub-page of our site you visited.
- If you are logged in to LinkedIn while visiting our site, LinkedIn tracks the specific sub-pages you visit for the entire duration of your stay on our website.
- The information collected by the LinkedIn component is linked to your LinkedIn account.
- When you click a LinkedIn button on our site, the information is added to your LinkedIn account, and your personal data is stored.
- If you are logged in to LinkedIn while visiting our site, LinkedIn knows you visited our site even if you don't click a LinkedIn button.
- This happens regardless of whether or not you click the LinkedIn button.
- To prevent LinkedIn from receiving this information, log out of your LinkedIn account before visiting our website.
- You can manage your email, SMS, and ad preferences on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/psettings/guest-controls.
- LinkedIn works with partners like Eire, Google Analytics, BlueKai, DoubleClick, Nielsen, Comscore, Eloqua, and Lotame.
- To deny the use of certain cookies, visit https://www.linkedin.com/legal/cookie-policy.
Legal reasons for processing data
- We use GDPR Article 6(1)(a) as the legal basis for processing data when we have your consent for a specific purpose.
- If data processing is needed to fulfill a contract, like providing goods or services, we base it on GDPR Article 6(1)(b).
- The same applies to pre-contractual actions, such as inquiries about our products or services.
- If we're legally required to process data (e.g., for tax purposes), we rely on GDPR Article 6(1)(c).
- In rare cases, we may process data to protect the vital interests of an individual.
- In cases like a visitor's injury at our company, we may share their vital information (name, age, health insurance data) with medical professionals or others for assistance.
- This type of processing is based on GDPR Article 6(1)(d).
- Processing may also rely on GDPR Article 6(1)(f).
- We use this legal basis for processing not covered by other grounds if it's in our company's or a third party's legitimate interests unless it conflicts with the individual's rights and freedoms.
- The European legislator specifically allows such processing operations.
- Legitimate interests can be assumed if the person whose data is processed is a client of our company, according to GDPR Recital 47, Sentence 2.
Legitimate interests pursued by us or a third party
- When processing personal data under GDPR Article 6(1)(f), our goal is to conduct business for the benefit of our employees and shareholders.
Duration of personal data storage
- We determine personal data storage duration based on legal retention requirements.
- Once the required period expires, we delete the data unless it's still needed for contract fulfillment or initiation.
Personal data requirements and consequences of non-Provision
- Providing personal data may be required by law or contract and could be necessary to enter into a contract. The individual must provide the data, and failure may result in consequences.
- Personal data may be required by law (e.g., tax regulations) or contractual agreements (e.g., partner information).
- Providing personal data may be necessary to finalize a contract with us.
- When entering a contract with our company, the individual is required to give personal data.
- Without personal data, we cannot establish a contract with the individual.
- Before providing personal data, the person should contact an employee.
- The employee will explain if providing personal data is legally or contractually required and obligatory and the consequences of not providing it.
Use of automated decision-making
- As a responsible company, we don't use automatic decision-making or profiling.