1. Who is responsible for your data?
COMMON EUROPE, with its head office at BPM 375084, 4A Banzelt, 6921 Roodt-sur-Syre, Luxembourg is responsible for your data.
2. How did we get your data?
We got your data because your company has a membership with COMMON EUROPE and/or, you may have enrolled and participated in our activities, such as Congress events, webinars, iTour events, European or Regional activities or committee meetings. Or perhaps you benefit from the discounts or complimentary offerings our vendor members granted when attending their events or when they hosted a Common Europe webinar. Or perhaps you provided us your contact information when visiting our booth at an IBM or similar conferences.
3. Reason and legal basis for data processing
We collect, use and disclose your personal information in order to provide information to you and/or your organisation about our activities, Congress events, webinars, or iTour events.
Depending on the nature of your interaction with us, we may collect the following types of personal information from you: your name, contact details (including postal address, e-mail address, telephone number, etc.), profession or occupation, positions held, forms submitted, to manage our relationship with you.
We do not collect or store GDPR sensitive data*. Common Europe will also never sell or distribute your information to third parties unless you are participating in a joint- or partnered- Common Europe event.
4. Retention period for your data
Your contact data is stored during the time of the ongoing business relationship or during the time of the valid membership of your employer company, so to provide you with information about our activities and events. You can change your mind at any time by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org
5. Usage of sub-processors
Common Europe does not currently use sub-processors to fulfil the mission of Common Europe. That may change in the future. However, there may be other parties, such as public authorities, who are entitled to request data.
6. Your rights after you provide your data
If you have consented to a particular purpose for our use and disclosure of your personal information, then we may rely on your consent until you withdraw it. You may withdraw your consent by contacting the representative to whom you originally gave your consent to, or by contacting us under email@example.com
If you have any questions regarding GDPR please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
*GDPR Sensitive data is any data that reveals:
Last update:28 June 2019