General Data Protection Regulation
The processing of personal data, such as the name, address, e-mail address or telephone number of an affected person, takes place in InLiNa Ltd. always in accordance with the o.g. General Data Protection Regulation and in accordance with the country-specific data protection regulations. In the following, we point out the most important articles from our point of view. If you have any questions about how to handle your own personal data, please send an email to: Info@InLiNa.eu
The entire regulation with the current 99 articles can be replenished at any time. Here is a possible link (as of 22.05.2018):
Article 5, Processing of personal data: All personal data must be processed in a lawful and comprehensible manner and collected only for specified purposes. The data may be stored in a form that allows the identification of data subjects only for as long as necessary for the purposes for which they are processed. The data must be processed in a manner that ensures adequate security of personal data - including protection against unauthorized or unlawful processing through appropriate technical and organizational measures.
Articles 6, 7 & 8, Consent: All personal data must be lawfully processed. This means in plain language that every individual must expressly agree to the use of his personal data. The data collected must also be necessary to complete a task or transaction initiated by the person concerned. Excluded here are only authorities.
Article 15, right of access: EU citizens have the right to know on demand which of their personal data a company uses for what purposes.
Article 17, Right to delete: Companies must delete their personal data at the request of an EU citizen.
Article 20, right to data portability: Citizens of the European Union may, on request, arrange for the transfer of their personal data.
Articles 25 & 32, data protection: companies must take appropriate technical measures to comply with the requirements. Exactly what is meant by "adequate" DSGVO / GDPR is specified in Article 32.