In Jesus2Europe, protection of our users’ personal data is an important matter, and we would therefore like to inform you of an important change that affects the way we handle your personal data from now on.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new EU directive that came into force on 25 May in the EU/EEA countries.

Our work of adapting to the GDPR is already well underway. Our website is continually being updated as to what GDPR entails and how we make sure your personal data will be processed correctly in the future. Here your rights will be described, and how you can make use of them.
Questions? Please contact us on privacy@jesus2europe.com

Privacy Statement for Jesus2Europe

Updated 2018-05-28

This concerns Jesus2Europe registered in Norway (org.no. 918 906 363) and Jesus2Europe
registered in France (Numéro de DOSSIER: W923005879)
Our website is http://Jesus2Europe.com

This Privacy Statement applies from 28 May 2018 and replaces all previous versions.

 

Contents

Privacy Statement for Jesus2Europe

1. General information 
2. What is personal data, and what is processing of personal data?
3. Who is responsible for the personal data we collect?
4. How do we collect personal data? 
5. What personal data do we collect and why?
6. How long do we retain information about you?
7. Do we share personal data? 
8. Can children use our services?
9. How is your personal data protected? 
10. Social media 
11. How do we use cookies? 
12. What rights do you have?
13. How can you most easily contact us with questions about data
14. Complaints to the supervisory authority 

 

1. General information

In Jesus2Europe we respect your privacy. This Privacy Statement provides information on how we
handle your personal data when you visit our web pages, set up an account through one of our web
pages, use our products or services, or are in touch with us in some other way. The statement also
tells you what rights you have according to GDPR when your personal data is processed.

We may make changes to our Privacy Statement in order to reflect changes in our activities or
services, on our web pages or in current legislation. The latest version of our Privacy Statement will
always be available on this website.

Please contact us if you have questions or comments.

2. What is personal data, and what is processing of personal data?

Personal data is all information that directly or indirectly (with or without other information) may be
linked to you, e.g. your name, ID number/social security number etc., IP address or user history.

Any operation performed on personal data amounts to processing of personal data, such as collection,
recording, organisation, storage, adaptation or alteration of personal data, reading, use, disclosure,
dissemination or otherwise making the data available, alignment or combination, restriction, deletion or destruction of data.

3. Who is responsible for the personal data we collect?

Jesus2Europe is the controller, or the one responsible for processing the personal data that are
collected and processed by Jesus2Europe in Norway and France. As controller, Jesus2Europe has a
duty to make sure all processing is performed in compliance with current legislation.

4. How do we collect personal data?

When you visit our web pages as a logged-in user, use our products or services or are in touch with us
in some other way, we collect personal data such as your full name, address, e-mail address, phone
number, ID number/social security number etc., user history, IP address and other relevant
information, such as the information you give our staff when you are in touch with them.

We may also collect and update your address information through third-party services for payment
solutions, address updates as well as creditworthiness information from a credit appraisal agency,
bank and other financial institution.

5. What personal data do we collect, and why?

a) We do it in order to manage your membership and “My account”

Personal data are processed in order to:
– Give you permission to log in
– Confirm your identity and age
– Maintain correct and updated information.

These are the categories of personal data that we process:
– Name
– Contact information (e.g. address, e-mail, phone number)
– User name and password
– User history
– Settings concerning your profile and personal choices.

Our legal reason:
– To fulfil an agreement. The processing is necessary to set up and manage your membership pages
in Mail Chimp.

Retention period
– Until you close your account.

b) We do it in order to deal with customer service matters.

Personal data are processed to enable the following:
-Communication and responding to customer service inquiries by phone, e-mail or in digital
channels (including social media)
-Identification
– Handling complaints.

These are the categories of personal data that we process:
– Name
– ID number/social security number etc.
– Contact information (e.g. address, e-mail, phone number)
– User information for My account (just for members)
– Your correspondence

Our legal reason:
– Legitimate interest. Our processing is necessary to satisfy your and our legitimate interest in dealing
with customer service matters.

Retention period
– The information will be retained until the customer service matter has been concluded and for a
period of 12 months thereafter in order to provide better customer service, should the matter be raised again later on.

c) We do it in order to meet legal obligations (e.g. requirements in accounting legislation, product
liability and product safety as well as protection of personal data in the IT system).

These are the categories of personal data that we process:
– Name
– ID number/social security number etc.
– Contact information (e.g. address, e-mail, phone number)
– Your correspondence
– User information for My account (just for members)
– Donor history.

Our legal reason:
– A legal obligation.

Retention period
– As long as we have a duty to retain the information according to current legislation.

d) We do it in order to prevent abuse of a service or to prevent or investigate a breach against the
organisation.

Personal data are processed to enable the following:
-Investigation or prevention of fraud or other violations of the law
-Prevention of spam, phishing, harassment, attempts to log onto your user account illegally
or other acts that are prohibited according to our organisation’s user terms
-Improvement of the organisation’s IT systems and protection against attacks and hacking.

These are the categories of personal data that we process:
– User-generated data (e.g. clicks and visits history)
– ID number/social security number etc.
– Information on what devices you are using and their settings, e.g. language setting, IP address,
browser settings, time zone, operating system, screen resolution and platform
– Information on how our digital services are being used.

Our legal reason:
– To fulfil a legal obligation (if one exists), alternatively, a legitimate interest. If there is no legal
obligation, the processing is necessary to satisfy our legitimate interest in preventing abuse of a
service or to prevent or investigate a breach against the organisation.

Retention period
– From collection of the data and for a period of 36 months thereafter.

e) We do it in order to enable us to conduct and handle participation in competitions and events.

Personal data are processed to enable the following:
– Communicate with participants in a competition organised by our organisation
– Communicate with participants before and after an event (e.g. confirmation of applications, enquiries and evaluations).
– Identify a participant and check his/her age – appoint winners and award prizes.

These are the categories of personal data that we process:
– Name
– ID number/social security number etc. or age
– Contact information (e.g. address, e-mail, phone number)
– Information provided in competition entries
– Information provided in evaluations of an event.

Our legal reason:
– Legitimate interest. The processing is necessary to satisfy your and our legitimate interest in
handling your participation in competitions and/or events.

Retention period
– From collection of the data and for a period of 36 months thereafter.

f) We do it in order to market products and services

Personal data are processed to enable the following:
-To show relevant product recommendations
-To send direct marketing by e-mail, text message, social media or similar electronic
channels of communication and through the postal service to existing users
-To conduct campaigns or send offers and invitations to events.

These are the categories of personal data that we process:
– Name
– Contact information (e.g. address, e-mail, phone number)
– Age
– Residential address
– Information on purchases made
– Purchase and user-generated data (e.g. clicks and visits history).

Our legal reason:
– To fulfil an agreement with users who have My account
– A weighing of interests for newsletter recipients and website visitors.

Retention period
– When fulfilling an agreement: Until you close your account
– When weighing various interests: Until you close your account.

6. How long do we retain information about you?

Your personal data is retained only for as long as required to fulfil the purposes of the processing, or
for as long as we must retain them according to legislation. Read more about specific retention
periods under the relevant purpose in Item 5 of this Privacy Statement.

7. Do we share personal data?

We only share your personal data when it is required by law or when the legislation permits it. We may in certain cases make use of data processors who assist us in marketing or in carrying out
agreements and orders, e.g. transport and logistics companies, bank and credit card enterprises or
marketing agencies. In such cases we have signed an agreement with the data processor which
ensures that security measures are in place to protect your data. When we share your information, it
will be used for the same purpose(s) as we collected it for to begin with.

We minimise the transfer of personal data to countries outside the EU/EEA. In cases where it does
happen, e.g. for system support and maintenance, it takes place according to particularly stringent
requirements and agreements.

We also share your personal data with certain independent controllers, e.g. authorities or enterprises
that offer independent payment solutions or general goods transport. Such enterprises maintain their
own control of how the information must be processed in accordance with their privacy statements.

8. Can children use our services?

Our websites and services are not aimed at children, i.e. people under the age of 16. We do not
deliberately collect information, including personal data, from children or other people who are not
legally entitled to use our websites and services. If we find out that we have obtained data from a
person under the age of 16, we delete such data unless the law requires us to save them. Please contact us on privacy@jesus2europe.com if you believe we have inadvertently obtained information
on someone under 16.

9. How is your personal data protected?

We implement the necessary legal, technical and organisational security measures to protect your
personal data against manipulation, being lost or destroyed or accessed by an unauthorised party.
Our security routines are updated in step with technological advances and improvements.

10. Social media
You can currently follow us in various social media, such as Facebook and Instagram. In these
channels we are only responsible for any personal data which we publish ourselves or which we can
influence the publication of.

11. How do we use cookies?
At present we are not organised to use or save cookies. You can read more about cookies on
www.ec.europa.eu.

12. What rights do you have?

Pursuant to GDPR you have certain rights with regard to the processing of your personal data.
Access to your personal data

You are entitled to demand access to (a printout of) your personal data.
Since it is important not to disclose your personal data to someone else, an access request must be made in writing and be signed by you. Complete the form below to request access.
We will respond to your request without undue delay and at the latest within a month.

Correction of personal data
You are always entitled to demand that your personal data be corrected. You can log in to “My
Account” and correct faulty information yourself, or you can contact our customer service.

Deletion of your personal data
You can demand deletion of your personal data, provided we have no obligation to retain the data
according to current laws and regulations.

Restriction of processing
You can object to processing of your personal data at any time when the processing is based on a
weighing of interests. You can also object to your personal data being processed for marketing
purposes. That means you can refuse to receive newsletters or other marketing material from us. If
you object to marketing, your personal data will no longer be processed for such purposes.

Data portability
You are entitled to demand that personal data is moved from us to another enterprise, authority or
organisation. This right is limited to information which you have given to us yourself.

13. How can you most easily contact us with questions about data privacy?

If you have questions concerning privacy and data protection or feel we have handled your personal
data incorrectly, please contact us through our customer service on privacy@jesus2europe.com

14. Complaints to the supervisory authority
Anyone who believes personal data is being processed incorrectly, can lodge a complaint with the
relevant authority that is responsible for supervision according to the current privacy legislation.

 

 

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