Protection of personal data

The personal data of the Customer's or User's contact persons (surname, first name, profession, domicile or residence, telephone and fax numbers, e-mail address, date and place of birth, civil status, bank account number, languages and areas of specialization, diplomas and academic or professional titles) are processed by Freedelity in accordance with the applicable legislation on the processing of personal data:

(i) to enable the Customer to communicate with Freedelity by telephone or e-mail;

(ii) To enable the exchange of relevant information and the proper execution of the Agreement.

(iii) To enable data subjects to exercise their rights effectively

(iv) for reasons of security and access control to the other Party's premises,

(v) for internal monitoring and reporting,

(vi) in order to obtain the Customer's consent - or to inform the Customer - of future new purposes,

(vii) for direct marketing purposes.

The Data that the Customer communicates are stored in a file for which Freedelity is responsible for processing.

The provision of such personal data is a necessary requirement to enter into the Agreement. Failure to provide such data would prevent the conclusion of the Convention.

In addition, by providing his personal data, the Customer gives Freedelity express permission to process such information for and to the extent necessary for the purposes indicated above.

The Customer and the Users have the right to assert their rights at any time. With regard to the purposes for which consent is the legal basis, the withdrawal of consent shall not affect the lawfulness of the processing operations based on their consent prior to the withdrawal.

If the withdrawal of consent has the effect of terminating the Convention early by preventing its execution, this may be considered as a unilateral termination.

If the Customer provides Freedelity with the Data of its employees, it shall ensure that they are informed of such processing and can provide proof thereof.

Personal Data are kept for 10 years after the end of the Agreement, this period being justified by tax and accounting obligations as well as contractual liability.

Data may be transferred outside the European Union, including to countries that the European Commission considers do not guarantee an adequate level of protection of personal data. In such cases, each Party will take appropriate protection measures, for example by means of standard contractual clauses.