Our Privacy Statement
What is RegLab?
RegLab is an innovative start-up dedicated to developing state-of-the-art software and related services for legal service providers. We develop our software and services based on the conviction that good and efficient on-boarding of clients is the beginning of an optimal client relationship. In doing so, we make a valuable contribution to the integrity of the justice system, and we strengthen its gatekeepers.
Our vision on privacy
RegLab is concerned with supervision and enforcement. The General Data Protection Regulation, which is being enforced from 25 May 2018 and regulates the use of personal data, plays an important role in the field of supervision and enforcement in the growing digital world. RegLab sees privacy and data protection as an essential part of their services and something that needs to be in order. RegLab uses personal data via its website by collecting information via cookies and when visitors use the contact form. RegLab always does this carefully and in line with the law.
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Who processes the personal data?
RegLab is responsible for the processing carried out via our web page. RegLab is responsible for these processing operations for the proper and careful processing of personal data and compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
What is the processing of personal data?
Personal data is information about someone or information that can be traced back to one person. Processing entails all actions that an organization can perform with personal data, from collecting to destruction. The mere consultation of personal data is also processing. This privacy statement explains how RegLab securely processes your personal data via the website in accordance with laws and regulations.
Why, how and what does RegLab process?
If a visitor wishes to receive our website advice, more information or a demo, he or she can contact us via the contact form. RegLab then processes this personal data. The purpose of this is to provide the data subject with the desired information. Only for this purpose will RegLab use the personal data given to it. The legal basis for this is permission. This gives the person involved when looking for contact.
RegLab is aware of the sensitivity of the open fields in the contact form. That is why she always checks whether the personal data submitted to her is necessary to answer the information request. If not, that data will be deleted.
RegLab uses a cookie on its contact page of the website. Cookies are small, simple text files of information that your computer or mobile device stores when you visit our website. That information is about your behavior on the website. RegLab uses this with the aim to facilitate navigation on the website, to analyze the use of the website and to optimize the website. These are necessary / statistical cookies (it is strictly necessary to provide the service requested by the user with minor consequences for the data subjects / it is necessary to gain insight into the quality and effectiveness of the service), for which RegLab does not require permission (Article 11.7a of the Telecommunications Act).
Does RegLab work with other parties?
The personal data shared via the contact form are not shared with other parties.
We use Google cookies. We do not share the content of the information with Google.
How long does RegLab use the personal data?
RegLab uses the personal data from the contact form as long as necessary to comply with the information request. After this, the data is deleted. The data collected with cookies is used for as long as necessary to achieve the purpose. This means that it will be deleted afterwards.
What are my rights as a data subject, and how do I invoke them?
If RegLab processes your personal data, you have various rights that you can invoke with regard to RegLab:
- The right to inspect your personal data.
- The right to rectification of the personal data if you think that the personal data is factually incorrect or incomplete.
- The right to erasure if: (1) the personal data is no longer needed for the purposes for which RegLab processed it; (2) the data - subject withdraws his consent; (3) there are no compelling reasons to continue processing after objection by the data subject; (4) there is a legal obligation for RegLab to erase the data.
- The right to restriction of processing.
- The right to object to processing.
- The right to have personal data transferred to another party, provided that the processing is based on permission or the execution of an agreement.
- The right to withdraw your consent at any time.
- The right to file a complaint with the national supervisor about the processing of your personal data by RegLab.
Do you have any further questions?
Feel free to contact us via email@example.com or visit our office.