Regulation on the protection of personal data of the EU GDPR
(Article 13 of the Basic Regulation on data protection in the European Union)
1. Personal data, data processing and legal basis of use
The use and processing of your personal data will be used for the purchase, delivery and return of products of La Belle Vie, the EU customs inspection, the declaration of loss, the refund of VAT, and the reciprocal settlement of commercial cooperation, payment by credit card and identification in online payment procedures. In this respect, the legal basis is the license authorization issued by the relevant practitioners (<EU Basic Data Protection Regulation, GDPR>, hereinafter referred to as DS-GVO, Article 6, paragraph 1, letter a.)
2. Receiver of Personal Data or Recipient Profile Category
Unless it is necessary to cooperate with the emergency service agency and the parties involved in the contract, and with the person responsible to entrust the service provider who manages the personal data in the framework of the treatment entrusted in accordance with the instructions of the person in charge, your personal information will not be communicated to third parties. It is also not transmitted to third countries or international organizations.
3. Years of conservation
It will be deleted if the data no longer meets the purpose of the application, under the condition that the law or contract does not stipulate a longer retention obligation.
4. The rights of the staff concerned
You have the following legally protected rights, and you can exercise your rights with the responsible person via the contact information stated above.
(1) Ask the person responsible for your personal data (Article 15 of the DS-GVO)
(2) With modifications or full replenishment rights when the corresponding legal requirements are fulfilled (DS-GVO Article 16)
(3) Right of cancellation (right to be forgotten) (Article 17 of the DS-GVO)
(4) Restricted processing rights where the corresponding statutory prerequisites are met (DS-GVO Article 18)
(5) Data transfer rights (Article 20 of the DS-GVO)
5. Revocation of the license
You have the right to revoke the license granted at any time, provided this does not affect the legality of data processing that has been completed when the license was issued at the time of withdrawal. Please contact the responsible person through the contact information above.
6. The rights to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority
7. Obligation to provide personal data
You provide personal data, but it is neither contractual nor mandatory for signing a contract. You are not obliged to provide us with personal data. Failure to provide data will not have a negative impact on the contract, but will reduce our ability to provide you with long-term inclusive service and may result in delays in refund value-added tax (tax-free).
8. Automated decision making, including analysis
There are no automated decisions, including analysis.