Data Processing Agreement European Commission

Appendix 1 Data Exporter The data exporter is a natural or legal person who has a contract with HugeMailer for e-mail marketing services. Transfer-related activities include newsletters, promotions, market research, advertising, offers, general updates and communications on the services offered by the data exporter. Monitoring measures, if and by whom data have been introduced, modified or deleted (erased) and by whom, via logging and reporting functions. ARE AGREEd on the following contractual clauses (the clauses) to ensure the protection of the privacy and fundamental rights and freedoms of individuals with respect to the transfer of personal data covered by the data importer. (C) The parties are working to implement a data processing agreement in line with the requirements of the current legal framework for data processing and the 2016/679 European Parliament and Council 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals in the processing of personal data and the free movement of personal data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation). A: Storage, processing for relationship management and billing, removal 2.3 Customer obligations. The client agrees (i) to fulfill his obligations as a processing manager in accordance with data protection legislation relating to the processing of personal data and all processing instructions he gives to Slash7; and (ii) it obtained consents and all rights under the Data Protection Act, so that Slash7 processes personal data and (or may obtain) services in accordance with the agreement and this Authority. 1.5 All personal data processed on behalf of the processing manager remains the property of the person in charge of the treatment and/or the persons concerned. 3.4.

The customer may object in writing to Slash7`s order for a new subprocessor for reasonable data protection reasons, notifying slash7 in writing within five (5) calendar days following receipt of The Slash7 notification pursuant to Section 3.3. This opinion must explain the reasons for the objection. In this case, the parties discuss these concerns in good faith in order to reach an economically reasonable solution. If this is not possible, each party may terminate the corresponding services that cannot be provided by Slash7 without the use of the offending subprocessor again. (c) that it implemented the technical and organizational security measures covered by Appendix 2 prior to the processing of personal data transmitted; (g) provide the data protection authority with any notification from the data importer or subprocessor in paragraph 5 (b) and 8, paragraph 3, when the exporter decides to continue the transfer or lift the suspension; 2.5 Data type. Slash7 processes customer data provided by the customer. This customer data may include specific categories of data based on the customer`s use of the services. Customer data may be subject to the following process activities: (i) storage and other processing necessary to provide, maintain and improve services provided to the customer; (ii) to provide to the customer and the technique; and (iii) statements, as prescribed by law or specified in the agreement.