“Personal Data” is any information related to a “real” person that can be used to directly or indirectly identify the person. This includes Personal Data in a business context, such as work telephone numbers, or email addresses that are tied to individuals.
euNetworks is a provider of bandwidth infrastructure services. We focus on delivering scalable, fibre-based products and solutions. When our customers use our services, the data that they transmit is not in a form that allows any individuals to be identified. Accordingly, notwithstanding the underlying content of that data, no Personal Data is processed by us. We will not take any steps to identify any individuals whose data is contained in the data transmitted by or customers. Accordingly, we are not a data controller or data processer in respect of this data (even if it includes Personal Data) and such data is not within the scope of this Notice. When you provide Personal Data relating to External Individuals to us so that we can provide services to you, use your services or otherwise undertake business with you, we have a legitimate business interest in processing that Personal Data and also consider that you have provided consent on behalf of such External Individuals for us to do so.
The types of Personal Data that you are likely to provide to us in respect of External Individuals are as follows:
Other Personal Data may be required in limited circumstances, for example to arrange entry to datacentres or other locations.
euNetworks collects and obtains Personal Data about External Individuals when this data is provided to us in the course of our business. This may include when you contact us by email or telephone, when you provide contact details in a contract, when you register to use our portal or when you meet with us. External Individuals may also sign up to receive newsletters or other contact from us.
euNetworks may use Personal Data to:
euNetworks and such subcontractors as are required to contact External Individuals have access to Personal Data as is required to enable them to assist us in providing our services. We do not provide Personal Data to third parties for any other reason.
The accuracy of all information is important to euNetworks. If any of the Personal Data provided changes, please advise us and we will update this. If you have questions over the Personal Data held, please ask us.
Subject to the GDPR, the External Individuals’ legal rights are:
You also have the right to complain to a data protection supervisory authority about the processing of your Personal Data by euNetworks. In some cases, it will be necessary to provide evidence of identity before we can give effect to these rights. These rights are subject to our rights to retain data as required to run our business and to comply with our obligations. If any of your External Individuals withdraw consent to use their Personal Data, you will need to provide us with alternative contact details.
When External Individuals give euNetworks Personal Data, euNetworks take steps to ensure that it’s treated securely. euNetworks has implemented technical and organisational security measures to ensure the compliance of security of Personal Data under GDPR and to protect Personal Data against accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorised disclosure, unauthorised access, and other unlawful or unauthorised forms of processing. The details of your user account are protected by a password for this purpose. In all sensitive areas, SSL encryption technology is used in the transmission of data. If you wish to contact euNetworks via e-mail, we point out that the confidentiality of the transmitted information cannot be guaranteed. The content of emails can be viewed by third parties. It is therefore advisable to provide confidential information only by post.
In providing services to you, it may from time to time be necessary for us to transfer Personal Data to partners outside the European Economic Area (“EEA”). External Individuals’ rights will not be affected by this and euNetworks will take all reasonable steps to ensure that all Personal Data transferred outside the EEA is treated in accordance with this Privacy Notice and with the same level of protection required by data protection legislation (for example by using EU Standard Model Clauses). By providing us with Personal Data you accept that you have no objection to such transfer, processing or storage.
euNetworks keeps Personal Data for no longer than is necessary for the business purposes for which the Personal Data is processed. This means we will delete Personal Data from our IT systems after the relevant business relationship ends and the period for which we are required to hold information expires. If an External Individual unsubscribes from our mailing list, we will remove their details immediately.
1. Responsibility The euNetworks company formally responsibility for the operation of our website is explained in our legal notice, available at eunetworks.com/legal-notice/ or eunetworks.de/impressum/ 2. Server-log files Use of our websites does not generally require you to provide Personal Data. We do collect and use the data that your Internet browser provides to us. This includes:
Formal compliance with GDPR is undertaken by euNetworks Group Limited and our local subsidiaries (see eunetworks.com/companies/ or https://www.eunetworks.de/firmeninformation/) also take responsibility. The aforementioned bodies shall jointly determine the purposes and means of processing. You can also see our legal notices: eunetworks.com/legal-notice/ or eunetworks.de/impressum/. If you have any questions about this Notice or how we handle your Personal Data, please contact our Data Protection Officer: RICKERT Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft m.b.H. (i.e. law firm)Kaiserplatz 7 – 9, 53113 Bonn, Germany Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org This Privacy Statement was last reviewed and updated in May 2018.