GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATIONGDPR
he General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into effect on 25 May 2018, is designed to protect personal information, meaning all the information that can be used to identify a person: forename, surname, national identity document number, email address, username and password, phone number, date of birth, age, etc. The GDPR sets forth a series of obligations that legal entities have to comply with to protect the personal information in their possession. Among them is the duty to inform all data subjects of the information that the entity has and let them know what rights they have regarding their personal data.
To comply with current regulation, we show each data subject which of their personal data the company has and how it is going to process them. A guide is also made available to all data subjects for exercising their rights under the GDPR regarding the personal data they have provided to the entity.
¿Qué es la política de clientes/ proveedores?
To comply with the GDPR, it will be necessary to comply with the duty to inform data subjects. This duty is performed through the policy for clients and suppliers, making them aware of the information kept by ENERGY ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY, S.L.U. on clients and suppliers:
- What information does it have?
- How long is it stored for?
- How are the data processed?
- Is it shared with third parties? What rights does the data subject have?
- Right to be informed.
- Right of access.
- Right to correction or rectification.
- Right to erasure or to be forgotten.
- Right to restrict the processing.
- Right to object to the processing.
- Right to object and automated decision-making.
- Right to portability.
If you have any questions about the rights of the data subject procedure, you can contact us at the following address: email@example.com