If you are a user meeting participant at nFrames’ user meeting and would like further information about the data you have provided, then you have come to the right place.
1. Purpose of Data Collection, Processing, or Use
Contact maintenance, so that we can contact you for business purposes.
2. Legal Basis for Processing (Art. 6 GDPR)
Depending on the phase of our contact, different legal bases are conceivable:
• Implementation (also) of pre-contractual measures, which take place at the request of the data subject.
• The person concerned consents voluntarily. This is the case through a declaration of intent.
• The processing is necessary to fulfil contractual obligations (e.g. for services of nFrames).
• If necessary, also the protection of the legitimate interests of the nFrames
nFrames fundamentally observes the rules of data avoidance and data economy regarding the intended purposes of processing, considering the legitimate interests of the data subjects.
3. Description of the Groups of Persons Concerned and the Relevant Data or Data Categories
- Affected group of persons: Business contacts of nFrames; e.g. contact persons of customers, service providers, partners.
- Usual and necessary contact details (name, first name, title, organization, department, telephone number, e-mail address, if applicable). Transaction data such as history entries can be linked to these contacts as proof and information basis for meetings, for example.
4. Recipients or Categories of Recipients to Whom the Data may be Communicated
All employees who are authorized internally to perform specific tasks. In the case of payment transactions, credit institutions receive the necessary information. External contractors as subcontractors within the meaning of § 11 BDSG (commissioned data processing) or Art. 28 GDPR. As a rule, access to personal data is not the purpose of the order but cannot be excluded.
5. Storage Period or Standard Periods for the Deletion of Data
The legislator has enacted a variety of storage obligations and periods. After expiry of these periods, the corresponding data is routinely deleted if it is no longer necessary to fulfill the contract. Thus, in accordance with legal regulations, the commercial or financial data of a closed financial year is deleted after a further ten years, unless longer retention periods are prescribed or required for legitimate reasons. If data is not affected by this, it is deleted when the purposes for which it was stored ceases to apply. Contacts of persons known to be retired in their companies are deactivated and no longer appear in normal searches.