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Bei der Abwicklung des Hauptdienstleistungsvertrags verarbeitet Flowmailer (personenbezogene) Daten, für die der Kunde (oder "Controller") verantwortlich ist. Da Flowmailer seinen Sitz in den Niederlanden hat, verarbeiten wir diese Daten innerhalb der Datenschutz-Grundverordnung (DSGVO). Alle Verarbeitungsformen und die getroffenen Maßnahmen sind in unserem Auftragsdatenverarbeitungsvertrag (AVV) oder Data Processor Agreement (DPA) beschrieben. Um eine Kopie dieser AVV herunterzuladen, füllen Sie bitte das unten stehende Formular aus:
- Annex 2 ist absichtlich leer gelassen: Flowmailer hat standardmäßig keine Unterprozessoren
What personal data do we process?
For agreements with Flowmailer, registrations for email lists, demonstrations, trial accounts, price quotations et cetera through the Flowmailer website, we ask for your personal and professional details.
Definition of personal data
Personal data are data you voluntarily leave on our website. This data can be private (yours) or professional (your organization's). Within this definition is all the public information on the internet.
We process the following data from our website visitors:
- Name & Address
- Phone number
- Email address & opt-ins for email lists
- Company & Position
- Contact history
- Surf behavior
- IP address / Social ID / Cookie ID
- Public data gathered from the internet and social profiles
- When you're receiving our emails, we register interactions
We process the following data from our customers:
When you're a Flowmailer customer or use our software or service, we process the following additional personal data:
- Invoice details
- Payment details
- Activities within our software and service
Why do we process personal data?
We use personal data to deliver the services you demand, inform about our (or our partners') products and services, and to send you invitations to participate in researches or to events related to Flowmailer. Data from Flowmailer customers, users, or partners is used for sending updates on our software. Flowmailer processes your details for these purposes:
- Execution of closed agreements, a.o. invoicing
- Meet legal obligations (administration, retention, taxes)
- Communicate with you through multiple channels (phone, post, email, social media, website, within our software), from a service as well as a marketing point-of-view
- Tailor the contents of our communication with you, for example informing you about our new or complementary service
- More adequately support you
- Improve our software and service
In case we demand your personal details, we clarify per case the necessity of the disclosure and the (possible) consequences when data is not disclosed. Our base principle is that Flowmailer will never process more personal details than necessary for the given purposes.
Interchanging with third parties
Flowmailer never exchanges, sells, rents, or leases your personal details with or to third parties, unless we are legally obliged to disclose these data or when you give your permission to do so. In the execution of our services, we make use of service partners. These partners are not 'third parties', but 'data processors'. Processors do not use the data for their own purposes, and process data exclusively in agreement with Flowmailer.
Data within the EEA
Personal data are exclusively processed within the European Economic Area (EEA) or countries that cover adequacy decisions - i.e. decisions certifying 'adequate' standards in data protection.
Automated decision-making and profiling
Flowmailer does not use automated decision-making, nor profiling, based on personal data.
We will not store your data any longer than necessary.
Security of personal data
Flowmailer took appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect data from loss or any other form of unlawful processing, among which:
- Full ISO 27001 certification for all Flowmailer's processes and systems in our offices and on our platform. You can check our certificate's authenticity and scope on our auditor DNVGL's website.
- DDMA Privacy Guarantee - this certification proves the careful and transparent way Flowmailer processes personal data, and that we act conforming to current privacy regulations. Following strict enforcement procedures, the DDMA judges if we comply with rigid rules and legal obligations.
- Our website and software have SSL-certificates that guarantee our visitors and users that data are sent via HTTPS, encoding, and securing information.
Rights of the data subject
Information & Inspection
You have the right of gaining information and inspection on the personal data we process of yours. Alongside this, we will show you how and why we process these details.
You have the right to edit your personal data or even remove them if they are no longer valid, or if the processing is no longer or has never been legitimate.
Erasure and restriction of processing
You maintain the right to demand us to (partly) remove the personal data we gathered from you. In this case, we might not be able to delete all your data, because we still need some details for other purposes.
The right to object means you can object to the processing of your data. You have this right for all processes that are not based upon (1) your explicit permission, (2) its necessity regarding the execution of an agreement, (3) meeting legal requirements or (4) the protection of you or others' vital concerns.
When you object to using your data to inform you about our activities or similar - 'direct marketing' - processes, we will always agree. You can prevent the further receiving of (marketing) emails from Flowmailer, by clicking the 'Unsubscribe' link in every commercial email you receive from us. Your data will then no longer be used for direct marketing purposes.
When you object to other ways of processing your data, we will judge if we should honor your objection. It is then up to us to prove to you that we a legitimate concern in the processing of these data. When our judgment is in your favor, we will stop further processing of your data.
You have the right to receive the personal data we gathered from you in a structured, commonly used, and machine-readable format. This right is only applicable to the information we process based on your permission or a closed agreement. Besides, this right applies only to digitally processed data. Any analog information is ruled out. You are free to hand over the data to another party.
Practicing these rights
Practicing your rights is free, except when misused. You practice your rights by reaching out to us.
In principle, we answer your questions/requests within one month. Should answering your question/request take more time than a month, we will inform you in time.
Flowmailer can demand further proof of your identity for all questions or requests. We do this to prevent disclosure of personal data to a wrong party or the incorrect changing of it or the way we process personal data. In the light of the quick handling of your request, we ask you to send us a copy of your ID in advance safely.
Individual judgment for every request
We want to point out that the rights described above are not absolute right. There can be conditions that make us ignore a request. Each application is judged individually on its own merits. In this case, we will communicate our reasons with you. The right to object to the usage of your data for direct marketing is absolute. We honor unsubscribes from our commercial messages in any way.
- Navigate quicker and more efficient;
- Analyze the usage of our website, provide helpful content and improve our existing web pages;
- Serve targeted advertisements by creating profiles based on preferences and clicks on certain ads.
What are cookies?
Flowmailer only uses its first-party cookies for functional purposes. We use these cookies to help users while they're on our website or application. It remembers preferred languages, for instance. We use third-party cookies from Google Analytics, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn to track users' movements on our website. For this, we sometimes use a tracking pixel.
Tracking pixels are tiny graphics files that contain a unique identifier, embedded in our websites and other communications. This helps us, among others, to monitor the traffic patterns of our users, and understand whether visitors come from third-party websites. Tracking pixels rely on cookies to function properly. Declining cookies will impair their functioning.
How can you control cookies?
Functional cookies do not require permission, but can be opt-out for as well. Since they are crucial to the functioning of our website and services, we urge you to be careful. However, if you really do not want cookies, you can do the following: