- Which personal data Lobster collects and how;
- For what purposes and for what reasons Lobster processes your personal data;
- How long Lobster processes your personal data;
- With whom Lobster shares your personal data;
- How your personal data is protected;
- The rights that you as a data subject have
- How to contact Lobster.
Personal data refers to all information about an identified or identifiable natural person. Lobster can process the following personal data, among others:
- Basic information such as your first and last name, insert, title;
- Contact details such as your email address, postal address and telephone number;
- Information regarding the device you use to visit the Lobster website, such as an IP address;
- Information regarding your visit to the Lobster website;
- Personal data that you provide Lobster for a job application, such as your first and last name, date of birth, address, telephone number, nationality, marital status and all other personal data stated in your application;
- All other personal data relating to you that you provide Lobster or that Lobster can obtain in connection with the purposes and on the basis as set out below.
Lobster collects this personal data because you have provided it to Lobster. For example, you provide personal information when entering into an agreement with Lobster, by entering your information on the website, by giving Lobster your business card, or by applying for a job. Lobster can also obtain your personal data from other sources, such as from a notary or lawyer, from other parties, the Trade Register of the Chamber of Commerce, the Land Registry or by using public sources.
PURPOSES AND PRINCIPLES FOR THE PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA
Lobster can use your personal data for the following purposes:
- To provide its legal, notarial, tax or consultancy services;
- To meet its legal and legal obligations;
- For marketing and business development activities, such as newsletters and other marketing communications that may be of interest to you;
- To process your application;
- To generate statistics regarding the use of the website and / or to analyse and improve the website.
Lobster processes your personal data on the basis of one or more of the following legal bases:
- The execution of an agreement;
- meeting a legal obligation;
- Legitimate interest;
- Your permission.
SHARE WITH OTHERS
In certain cases, Lobster may also share your personal data with third parties, including, but not limited to:
- Third parties that are relevant to the legal, notarial, tax or consultancy services provided by Lobster, such as counterparties, notaries, lawyers, courts, regulatory authorities and government agencies;
- Third parties, such as supervisors and other authorities, to comply with legal obligations;
Third parties to whom Lobster provides your personal data are themselves responsible for compliance with privacy legislation. Lobster is neither responsible nor liable for the processing of your personal data by these third parties. Insofar as a third party processes your personal data in the capacity of a processor of Lobster, Lobster concludes a processing agreement with such a third party that meets the requirements described in the GDPR.
In order to provide its services, it may be necessary for Lobster to pass on your personal data to a recipient in a country outside the European Economic Area. In that case, Lobster will ensure that such data transfer is in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.
Lobster has taken appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect your personal data against unauthorized or unlawful processing and against loss, destruction, damage, modification or disclosure. If you have any questions about the security of your personal data, or if there are indications of misuse, please contact Lobster at email@example.com
As a data subject, you have a number of rights:
– The right of access.
This means that you can request to have access to the personal data that Lobster has collected from you. In doing so, you should take into account that circumstances may arise in which Lobster is authorized, for example due to professional privilege, not to comply with your request to provide copies of personal data;
– The right to rectification or correction of your data if it is incorrect or incomplete;
– The right to be forgotten, or the right to have your personal data deleted.
You should take into account that circumstances may arise in which Lobster is obliged to keep your data in order to comply with its legal and legal obligations;
– The right of restriction;
You reserve the right to object to or request the restriction of the processing of your personal data. Again, there may be circumstances where Lobster is legally empowered not to comply with your request;
– The right to data portability;
This means that you have the right to receive your data in a structured, common and easily readable form. You also have the right to transfer this data to another controller;
– The right to object to profiling;
You can object when it comes to profiling for direct marketing purposes. If you make this request, Lobster will immediately cease these activities.
– The right to file a complaint with a supervising authority;
– The right to withdraw the given consent.
Here too, it should be noted that circumstances may arise in which Lobster is authorized to continue processing your data, in particular if the processing thereof is a requirement to comply with its legal and legal obligations.
If you would like further information or if you have any questions or complaints about the processing of your personal data, you can contact Lobster in writing at firstname.lastname@example.org