Personal Data Policy
Eurockot Launch Services GmbH (“Eurockot”) attaches great importance to the protection of private life and personal data.
Pursuant to the European regulation 2016/679 of 26 April 2016 and the Bundesdatenschutzgesetz, amended, Eurockot has strong commitments with regard to those concerned.
It is reminded that all information collected via the Site is recorded by Eurockot, responsible for its processing.
- Processing purposes
Each data gathering is carried out to specific ends, which are clearly stated on the page of the Site where the data is collected. In view of this, it is reminded that with regard to entering into relations with Eurockot and subscription to alerts, the purposes of gathering and processing are (i) getting into contact with you, and (ii) managing your request. The legal basis for this processing is the execution of a contract (article 6.1.b of the European regulation).
Eurockot reserves the ability to create additional and/or complementary collection methods. With this in mind, Eurockot will specify, in accordance with regulations, the exact purposes of the processing involved on the data collection page.
There are no entirely automated decision making processes at Eurockot based on your personal data.
- Recipients of processing
The data recipients are of several categories:
- Eurockot teams, and
- subcontractors for the execution of the processing in question.
These categories of recipients are completed, where relevant, by categories specific to each process and clearly stated in the notes that appear on the data collection page.
The transmissions of personal data with the recipients (whatever their legal status, subcontractor, processing manager or just recipient) are carried out in a secure manner and in application of an agreement between Eurockot and each recipient. Eurockot undertakes to ensure that each recipient know the directive principles of personal data protection and submit to them in application of the law and/or of a particular contract.
- Conservation of your data
Eurockot takes care to store your personal data inside the European Union with hosts that are subject to European regulations relative to the protection of personal data. Your personal data is also conserved by Eurockot, in a secure manner and pursuant to regulations. The time periods for conservation observed by Eurockot respect the applicable regulations at this time, notably for data relative to the entry into relations with Eurockot and subscription to alerts, a duration of 3 years or, where relevant, the duration of contractual relations increased by 5 years. Eurockot reserves the ability to create additional and/or complementary collection methods. In view of this, Eurockot will specify, pursuant to regulations, the periods of conservation specific to the processing involved on the data collection page.
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- Your rights
You possess the following rights:
- right of access to your personal data;
- right of rectification of your personal data if it is incorrect or incomplete;
- right of restriction under the terms provided for at article 18 of European regulations;
- right to deletion of your data if:
- it is no longer required in relation to the purposes for which it was gathered or processed in another way;
- you withdraw your consent concerning processing subject to consent;
- you are justifiably opposed to the processing;
- it has been subject to illicit processing; or
- it is imposed by law.
- right of opposition for legitimate motive,
- right to the portability of your data,
- right to define the instructions relative to the outcome of your personal data after your death and,
- for processing based upon your consent, to withdraw that consent at any time.
In order to exercise one or more of these rights you will need to provide proof of identity and to contact the person in charge of data protection at Eurockot at the following address: Eurockot Launch Services GmbH, Datenschutzbeauftrager, Airbus-Allee 1, 29199 Bremen, by email: (DPO-Germany@ariane.group).
You also have the right to file a claim with the competent authority for the protection of personal data.