2. Processing of personal data
From whom do we collect data – We collect and process personal data from users who browse to and log into LET’S MOVE.
What personal data do we collect – We collect and process the information and data that you yourself have given us when you make use of LET’S MOVE, including when you:
We collect different types of information, depending on the services that you are using:
3.Why we process personal data – We process personal data for various purposes, whereby we always only process the data that is necessary for the intended purpose, in accordance with the criteria stipulated by law. This mainly relates to the following purposes:
Our processing of your personal data is based on the following:
Under what conditions do we store personal data outside the European Union – Insofar as personal data is stored outside the European Union, we use contractual or other measures to ensure that they are stored under suitable protective measures, comparable to the level of protection they would benefit from in the European Union.
How we secure personal data – We attach great importance to the security, integrity and confidentiality of personal data. To the best of our ability, we implement adequate security measures that have been designed in accordance with the latest state of the technology to protect this data from unauthorised access, disclosure, use and modifications. Specifically, we make use of secured connections whenever users provide personal data via LET’S MOVE.
Newsletter – LET’S MOVE offers a LET’S MOVE newsletter. The newsletter includes current topics, events, news and new services and products about which LET’S MOVE wants to inform interested parties. The user’s e-mail address is added to the list of subscribers to the newsletter. Every newsletter has a link that the user can use to unsubscribe.
Direct marketing – LET’S MOVE can send personalised advertising to users based on the identification data and usage data (for example, sending users recommendations about new products and services). If you don’t wish to receive this, you can send a request to email@example.com, free of charge, that you should no longer receive this type of advertising.
5. Exercising your rights
User rights – The applicable privacy legislation gives you certain rights with regard to the personal data that we process, or that is processed on our behalf. We explain below which rights these are, and how you can exercise these rights.
Exercising these rights – You can manage the personal data pertaining to yourself or to the use associated with your account, including access to, rectification, limitation, deletion or transfer of your personal data.
You can send a request to this effect to the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive a response to your request within 30 days. If your request is granted, we will send you a confirmation to the e-mail address that is known to us. In such a case, however, it is possible that we may no longer be able to continue to provide you with our services.
In principle, in order to prevent misuse, we only send statements and copies of your data to the e-mail address that is already known to us. If you wish to receive the data via another e-mail address, we will ask you for authentication. We keep records of completed requests, and, in the case of a request concerning the right to be forgotten, we will work with anonymous data. You will receive all statements and copies of data in the readable data format that we use within our systems.
6. Miscellaneous provisions