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TWENTYFIFTY LTD RESPECTS THE PRIVACY OF VISITORS TO ITS WEBSITE
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Twentyfifty ltd (“TWENTYFIFTY”) is committed to protecting the privacy and confidentiality of personal information it obtains in the course of doing business.
This policy applies to the handling of all personal information obtained by TWENTYFIFTY, including information relating to staff, job applicants, independent contractors, employees of clients, third party agents, business contacts, and other individuals.
Legal requirements in countries in which TWENTYFIFTY operates may set different or higher standards for the protection of personal information than those established by this policy; these requirements must always be respected.
Personal information: Personal information is any information about an identified or identifiable individual, regardless of the medium or format in which the information is stored.
Sensitive information: European data protection laws treat certain categories of data as especially sensitive: information about racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade-union membership, health or sex life. Other categories of personal data are subject to additional protections under national law in some European countries: information about criminal history, civil judgments, administrative sanctions, government security measures, government- issued ID numbers, biometric data, genetic data, geo-location data, and personality profiling. Personal data subject to legal and regulatory protection outside of Europe include information about age, gender, ethnicity, health, disability, sexual orientation, children under 13, credit history, bankruptcy, garnishments, genetics, Social Security Numbers, driver’s license numbers, financial account and payment card details (in combination with PINs or other access codes), and other non- public financial and medical data.
TWENTYFIFTY informs individuals from whom it collects personal information about the type of data it collects, the purposes of collection, the types of parties that will have access to the data, how to access and if necessary, correct the data, and who to contact if they have a question or complaint.
TWENTYFIFTY generally collects only personal information that is needed for business-related purposes, such as running a consulting practice or analyzing client information. Information may be used for purposes other than those for which the individual was previously informed only as required by law or if the individual, after being informed of the proposed new purpose, consents to such use.
3. Internal Disclosure
TWENTYFIFTY discloses personal information it has obtained only to authorized staff members and independent contractors who need it to carry out the legitimate business purposes associated with their responsibilities. All other use is prohibited.
4. External Disclosure
5. Access by Individuals
TWENTYFIFTY provides individuals from whom it has collected personal information an opportunity to access their information and to update and/or correct the information as appropriate.
6. Data Quality
TWENTYFIFTY employs reasonable measures to keep personal information accurate, complete and up to date. TWENTYFIFTY does not collect or disclose data that is irrelevant or excessive in relation to the purposes for which it is used.
TWENTYFIFTY takes reasonable precautions, including administrative, technical, personnel, and physical measures, to safeguard personal information against loss, misuse and unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, destruction, and theft.
Personal information received from clients may be stored on a business laptop or other portable media device only with the permission of the client and only if encrypted in transit and storage. Once the need for storage away from TWENTYFIFTY’s secure server has passed, such personal information shall be removed from the portable storage device.
Personal information received from clients shall be encrypted if it is necessary to transmit it by e- mail to or from TWENTYFIFTY’s secure server. A personal e-mail account may never be used to transmit client information that is confidential or includes personal information.
8. Sensitive Data
TWENTYFIFTY recognizes that certain categories of personal information, such as government-issued ID numbers or SSNs, are subject to special protections by laws in various jurisdictions and takes appropriate additional steps to protect such information. These measures include limiting the collection of such data; storing such data, if storage is required, in separate local files or systems wherever possible; encryption and secure transmission; limiting access to as few staff members as practical; and monitoring access to the data.
9. Transborder Data Transfers
Transfers of personal information outside of Europe are lawful only if the parties in control of the information provide adequate safeguards. TWENTYFIFTY staff must consult with the Managing Partner whenever such data transfers are contemplated.
10. Inquiries and Complaints
TWENTYFIFTY provides a means for individuals to ask questions or express concerns about the company’s handling of their personal information, and will take reasonable steps to be responsive to such questions or concerns. The point of contact for such questions or concerns is .
All staff of TWENTYFIFTY are responsible for helping to ensure the privacy and confidentiality of personal information obtained during the course of doing business. Staff and independent contractors who violate the terms of this policy, of applicable privacy and security laws or of confidentiality agreements they execute with TWENTYFIFTY or its clients may be subject to disciplinary consequences, up to and including termination of employment or contract.
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