RPI complies with all applicable laws and regulations, including the General Data Protection Regulation. This means at least in any case:
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Your personal data will be processed by RPI for the following purposes:
We may provide the information you provide to us to third parties if this is necessary for the execution of the purposes described above.
For example, we may (possible) use third parties for:
We never disclose personal data to other parties with whom we have not entered into a processor agreement. We will of course make the necessary arrangements with these parties (processors) to guarantee the security of your personal data, and we will not pass on the information you provide to other parties, unless this is required and permitted by law. We may also share personal data with third parties if you give us written permission to do so.
We do not provide personal data to parties established outside the EU.
We only process personal data of minors (persons under 16 years of age) if written consent has been given by the parent, guardian or legal representative.
RPI does not retain personal data for longer than necessary for the purpose for which they were provided or required by law.
We have taken appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect your personal data against unlawful processing, for example, we have taken the following measures;
You are entitled to inspect, rectify or delete the personal data we have received from you. You can also object to the processing of your personal data (or part of it) by us or by one of our processors. You are also entitled to have the information you provide us transferred to yourself or directly to another party. We may ask you to identify yourself before we can respond to the above requests.
Should you have a complaint about the processing of your personal data, please contact us directly. Should we not be able to settle your complaint, obviously this would be unsatisfactory. In that case you’ll always have the right to lodge a complaint with the Personal Data Authority, which is the supervisory authority in the area of privacy protection.