DATA & SERVICES PROTECTED BY LAW
II. Personal Data Controller
The Personal Data Controller is LMAT LTD, registered office at 128 Stoke Lane, Bristol BS9 3RJ United Kingdom.
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The Personal Data Controller declares that he is taking particular care to protect the interests of the data subjects and, in particular, ensures that:
a. he processes Personal Data in accordance with the law, fairly and transparently;
b. he collects Personal Data for specific, explicit and legitimate purposes and does not further process it in a manner inconsistent with these purposes;
c. Personal Data is adequate, relevant and limited to what is necessary for the purposes for which it is processed;
d. Personal Data is correct and updated as necessary;
e. Personal Data is stored in a form that permits identification of the data subject for no longer than is necessary for the purpose for which the Data is processed;
f. processes Personal Data in a manner that ensures appropriate security, including protection against unauthorized or unlawful processing and accidental loss, destruction or damage, by appropriate technical or organizational measures.
III. The purpose of processing
Personal Data may be processed by the Personal Data Controller, among others in order to:
a. communicate and reply to a message. The basis for the processing of personal data is a legitimate interest of the Personal Data Controller.
b. conclude and execute a contract for the provision of services or a contract of sale – the basis for data processing is the necessity to conclude a contract;
c. in order to conduct direct marketing of products and services – until the moment you notify objection to data processing for this purpose or you withdraw your consent – the basis for data processing is the legitimate interests of the Personal Data Controller or a third party consent;
d. fulfil the Personal Data Controller’s legal obligations (e.g. tax, accounting, consideration of a complaint) – for the duration of these obligations or for the period necessary to demonstrate compliance with these obligations to bodies authorized to audit in this respect – the basis for processing is the legal obligation of the Personal Data Controller;
e. settle, defend and pursue claims – for a period of limitation (e.g. resulting from contracts) or for the duration of any proceedings – the basis for processing is the legitimate interest or legal obligation incumbent on the Personal Data Controller.
Providing Personal Data is voluntary, but it may be necessary, for example, to conclude or perform a contract or to respond to an inquiry or to conduct correspondence.
If the processing of Personal Data is based on your consent, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time without affecting the legality of the processing which had been made on the basis of consent before its withdrawal.
IV. Recipients of personal data
Personal Data may be made available to third parties only within legally permitted limits, for the purpose and scope necessary, for example, for the correct implementation of the Sales Agreement or the Service Provision Agreement..
The Personal Data Controller may entrust the processing of Personal Data to third parties in order to perform activities related to running business, as well as for purposes related to pursuing claims or protection against claims regarding the use of services or products. These entities may be:
a. external consulting companies (including legal, auditing, tax, marketing and accounting companies);
b. external IT specialists;
c. entities supporting the Personal Data Controller in handling correspondence;
d. couriers – in the case of correspondence or courier shipments;
e. Internet payment operators or banks – in the case of financial settlements;
f. entities cooperating with the Personal Data Controller as part of sales services.
V. Rights of data subjects
In any case, the data subject has the right to:
a. access his/her Personal Data (including, for example, receiving information which Personal Data is processed),
b. request correction and limitation of processing of Personal Data (e.g. if it is incorrect);
c. deletion of Personal Data (e.g. in the event that it was processed unlawfully);
d. transfer Personal Data that has been provided to the Personal Data Controller, and which is processed in an automated manner, and the processing takes place on the basis of consent or under a contract, e.g. to another Personal Data Controller;
e. object to the processing of Personal Data processed on the basis of indispensability for purposes arising from legitimate interests pursued by the Personal Data Controller or by a third party, in particular in the case of processing for marketing purposes;
f. make a complaint to the authority competent for the protection of personal data.
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