DMTonline’s way of obtaining, using and disclosing personal data must comply with the principles of applicable law. This means that DMTonline only processes personal information about you if the law allows it or if you consent to it. DMTonline only collects and processes personal data for specific, objective purposes. This can be, for example, bidding
DMTonline only processes the personal data that is relevant, sufficient and necessary to fulfill the purposes for which the information is collected. At DMTonline, it is a goal to have the highest level of security with regard to the protection of personal data. Therefore, DMTonline has both technical and organizational security measures to ensure that personal data about you is not lost, destroyed, misused, misunderstood or otherwise treated in violation of law.
Below you can read about your rights when processing personal data about you.
When we get your personal information from others than you
When we get your personal information from others than you, we need to inform you of the following:
Name and contact information of the data controller
DMTonline is the data controller for the information we handle about you. DMTonline’s contact information is:
CVR no .: 21815837
Phone: +1 (415) 329-6028
Contact information (name, telephone number, e-mail address or the like) on the data protection adviser.
The purposes of processing the information.
Description of the rules that allow the region to process information about you
Describe any recipients or categories of recipients of the information about you.
Inform it if the information about you will be transferred to a third country or international organization.
Notify you of the period during which the personal data will be stored or the criteria used to determine this period.
The right to request access
The right to request rectification
The right to request deletion
The right to request the limitation of the processing of personal data
The right to object to the processing of personal data
Right to withdraw consent
The right to appeal to the Data Inspectorate.
Describe where the personal data comes from, and possibly whether they come from publicly available sources.
Implementation of any automatic decisions (including profiling)
If you want to know more about the information obligation