Personal Data Processing Policy (GDPR)
The General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (GDPR) entered into force on 25 May 2018. GDPR is a single regulation, directly applicable in all Member States of the Union and replaces Directive 95/46 / EC and, implicitly, the provisions of Law no. 677/2001 for the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data.
Bikers For Humanity implements a policy of privacy and security of personal data in strict accordance with the provisions of the GDPR, and as part of our commitment to respect the rights of individuals whose personal data we process, we provide below relevant information on how, purpose , the legal basis and the duration for which we process your personal data, as well as the rights you enjoy and how you can exercise those rights.
What personal data do we use?
We process your contact details (last name, first name, phone number, e-mail address) in order to interact with you (contact form, registration form).
Also, when you visit one of our sites, we may process information about the devices used to access the sites and your interaction with the sites.
Why do we process your data?
The Bikers For Humanity Association has obtained your personal data either directly from you (because you interacted with us at one of the events organized by the Bikers For Humanity Association or you visited one of our websites).
We use this data to pursue the following legitimate interests of ourselves or our partners:
- Transmission of information on humanitarian campaigns;
- To ensure the proper functioning of our sites and to improve their performance;asigura buna funcționare a site-urilor noastre și pentru a îmbunătăți performanța acestora;
How long do we process your data?
In order to ensure the most personalized experience in your interaction with us, we keep your personal data for a maximum period of five years from your last interaction with the Bikers For Humanity Association, unless applicable legal regulations require a longer period of time. storage. However, we do not undertake to keep this data for the entire period mentioned above and we may delete or anonymize your data earlier.
To whom do we disclose your data?
BIKERS FOR HUMANITY does not sell, transfer, disclose or allow access to your personal data to third parties unrelated to its business.
We may also disclose your personal data to public authorities (the Public Prosecutor’s Office, the Police, the Courts and other competent state bodies), on the basis and within the limits of the legal provisions and as a result of requests expressly made by them.
What rights do you have and how can you exercise them?
The entry into force of the GDPR gives you the following rights that you can exercise free of charge:
- To be informed, once a year, whether or not the Bikers For Humanity Association processes your personal data and what it is;
- Request the correction of the transmitted data, if they are incorrect or incomplete;
- To object to the processing of your data, for well-founded and legitimate reasons related to your particular situation.
- In the case of direct marketing processing, you may object at any time, free of charge and without justification;
- Request the deletion of your data, unless the law prohibits the deletion.
You can exercise the rights mentioned above by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To protect your personal data and interests, we may ask you for additional information in order to identify you.
Confidentiality of your data
When we process your data, we use technical and organizational measures to ensure the confidentiality, availability and correctness of your data.
Personal data benefiting from a special protection regime (personal numerical code, identity card, bank details), are processed under restrictive conditions and in accordance with the legal provisions applicable to this type of data, with the provision of appropriate technical measures to protect their.
However, no information security system is infallible. That is why we are constantly working to ensure that our security measures are maintained at the highest level and we are committed to informing you in a timely manner in the event of any security incidents that could pose a significant risk to your rights.
Updated: December 2019