Privacy Policy | d10e.biz

 

 

 

 

 

 

Privacy Policy

 

Welcome to our website! Below you will find important information about the personal data we collect when you visit our website and use our services. This information is important, please read it carefully.

 

To summarize, here, you will find information about:

 

1. What is d10e.biz and who is the company managing d10e.biz
2. How you can contact us
3. What are personal data
4. What kind of information we collect from you
5. Why we collect this information
6. What are the legal grounds for the processing of your data
7. How we ensure the security of your data
8. For how long we keep your data
9. To whom we disclose your data and why
10. Information about data transferring outside the European Union
11. What are your rights
12. How you may exercise your rights
13. Changes to the Privacy Policy
14. Information about minors
15. Sensitive information

 

1. What is d10e.biz and who is the company managing d10e.biz:

 

a. www.d10e.biz is a website intended for adults, 18+ years of age, interested in the future of the tech field and decentralization technologies, approaching a unique interaction model, based on: networking, learning, celebration & involvement.

b. this privacy statement applies to the main operational entity www.d10e.biz, the company d10e limited partnership, Vat Code: 30 – 103 – 1889, Address: 1910 Thomes Ave, WY, 82001, Cheyenne, USA.

c. Because, through the d10e.biz website, we provide services to people in the European Union and we collect the personal data of people in the EU, we are personal data controllers, according to the requirements of Regulation (EU) no. 2016/679, applicable within the EU starting from 25 May 2018.

Thus, d10e.biz has the obligation to manage safely and only for the indicated purposes your personal data and we undertake to comply with these requirements.

 

2. How you can contact us:

 

For any questions or doubts on how we process your personal data or to exercise your rights regarding your data, you can find us at the e-mail address: [email protected]

 

3. What are personal data:

 

Personal data are any information that can be related to an identified or identifiable person (subject). Personal data include all types of direct or indirect information (i.e. used in relation to other data) related to the subject. A few examples of personal data are: surname, first name, personal identification number, birthdate, address, e-mail address, phone number, banking data, fax number, series and identity document/passport, online identification elements (such as the IP or a cookie ID).

 

4. What kind of information we collect from you:

 

d10e.biz collects from you personal data, through two methods:

a. directly and voluntarily: when you fill out the website forms, when you call or e-mail us, when you attend the events or contests organized by us or when you visit our website.

 

d10e.biz provides forms through which you can register to our events, through which you can contact us or subscribe to our newsletter, in order to receive information and articles about our activities.

 

By filling out these forms, you provide us with your personal data, such as: your name, e-mail address, phone number, address, company name, purpose of the contact, city, country, postal code, the amount you wish to provide as sponsorship, information regarding the projects (project name, short description, collected amount, LinkedIn profile), website address, who told you about d10e.

 

Also, when you contact us directly, we will have access to your e-mail address or phone number, and any other information you provide by e-mail or phone.

Also, when we organize events, we might request additional invoicing data, if our events are paid.

 

b. indirectly and automatically: when you browse the website and we store information about the IP, cookies, the location from where you are accessing our website and the operating system you use to access us, the history of the pages you browse.

 

We also use cookies. Please read in our Cookies Policy what cookies are, how we use them and why and how you can prevent the use of cookies, here: Cookie Policy

 

5. Why we collect this information:

 

a. If you subscribed to the d10e newsletter

When you voluntarily subscribed to the d10e newsletter, we use your contact details for the purpose of sending you, in electronic format, informative materials regarding the future d10e events that might be of interest to you. It is important to know that you may opt out at any time, and you will no longer receive informative notes, by clicking on the link “Unsubscribe” when you receive the e-mail or by writing to use at the address [email protected]

 

The data categories processed in this context are, generally, your surname and first name, the e-mail address used by you to communicate to us directly, for instance, when you fill out the subscribe section available on the webpage.

 

b. If you are a participant in the events organized by d10e

  • We use your personal data for the purpose of preparing and allowing your participation to the d10e events. Also, we use your relevant personal data in order to organize events regarding the fields of interest to you.
    If you have registered to our events, we use your personal data for:

    • Communicating with you
    • We use your contact details in order to communicate with you regarding any relevant aspects related to the event in question.
    • The data categories processed in this context are, in general, your surname and first name, position, e-mail address, phone number, and any other personal data you might communicate to us directly.
    • Invoicing
    • We use personal data to draft and send the invoice in the case of events subject to payment.

 

c. If you are a candidate to a position within d10e

We use the personal data from the Resumes you send us with the intention of working in our team, for the purpose of assessing your qualifications for a certain position within d10e.
The data categories processed for this purpose are related to the name, e-mail address, phone number, address, data related to education and professional training, professional qualifications, and other personal data you might provide directly.

 

d. If you contact or visit d10e

When you contact us directly with various questions or requests, prior to registering on the website or purchasing a service, we process your data in order to answer your questions and requests and perform the required formalities for concluding a contract.

 

Also, when you visit our website, we use your personal data to ensure the security of our office, assets and company staff.
The categories of personal data processed in this context are related to the name and other personal data you might provide directly.

 

e. If you are a contractual partner of d10e

  • We use your personal data for the purpose of maintaining a contractual relation with you.
    We use personal data for:

    • Communicating with you
    • We use your contact details in order to communicate with you regarding any aspects relevant for the business in question (e.g. organizing an event).
    • The categories of data processed in the context of our relation with you are your name, e-mail address, phone number, address, and other personal data directly provided by you.
    • Invoicing
    • We use personal data in order to draft and send the invoice, when required within our contractual relation.

 

f. If you are a representative, a contact person, an employee or another collaborator of a contractual partner of d10e

We use your relevant personal data in order to maintain our contractual relation with our contractual partner.

 

g. When you browse the website

When we automatically collect information during website browsing, we do this for the purpose of analyzing what information interests you the most, how easy it is to browse our website and what are the problems we have in the website use.

Also, the information we collect automatically have the purpose of defending us against cyber attacks.

The main personal data we collect are information related to IP, cookie ID, the location from where you are accessing our website and the operating system you use to access us, the history of the pages you browse.

 

6. What are the legal grounds for the processing of your data:

 

a. If you subscribed to the d10e newsletter

When you voluntarily subscribed to the d10e newsletter, the legal grounds for the processing are your consent. These processing grounds are provided by article 6 paragraph 1 letter a from the Regulation (EU) no. 2016/679.

It is important to know that you may withdraw your consent at any time, by clicking the link “Unsubscribe” which appears in the e-mail messages we send you or by sending us a message to [email protected] Once you have objected, your personal data will no longer be processed for direct marketing.

 

b. If you are a participant in the events organized by d10e

In this case, the legal grounds for the processing are the conclusion of an agreement and the performance of an agreement in which you are a party or performing the necessary formalities, upon your request, prior to the conclusion of an agreement. These processing grounds are provided by article 6 paragraph 1 letter b from the Regulation (EU) no. 2016/679.

Because we need your data for the performance of the agreement or in order to perform the necessary formalities for the conclusion of an agreement, the law states that it is not necessary to request your express consent for the processing of these data.

Your refusal to provide information necessary for the supply of our services may determine, according to the case, the suspension of our services, due to the impossibility to provide the services which mandatorily require data processing (e.g.: identifiers such as surname, first name, the e-mail address where we can contact you, invoicing details).

When we request additional information for the payment of our services, such as fiscal information, the legal grounds for the processing are our obligation to comply with the statutory requirements. These grounds are provided by article 6 paragraph 1 letter c from the Regulation (EU) no. 2016/679.

Also, when another person is providing your participation to our events (e.g.: your employer), the grounds for the processing are represented by our obligation to perform the agreement that we have concluded with the person providing your participation.

 

c. If you are a candidate to a position within d10e

In this case, the legal grounds for the processing are the performance of the necessary formalities, upon your request, prior to the conclusion of a labor agreement or collaboration agreement. These processing grounds are provided by article 6 paragraph 1 letter b from the Regulation (EU) no. 2016/679.

 

Your refusal to provide the information necessary for analyzing whether or not you fulfill the criteria we request for occupying a position may determine, according to the case, your exclusion from the recruitment process (e.g.: identifiers such as surname, first name, the e-mail address where we can find you, information about your professional experience relevant for the position, information about the studies you graduated from and relevant for the position you wish to occupy).

 

d. If you contact or visit d10e

When you contact us directly, with various questions or requests, prior to your registration on the website or the purchase of a service, such as ensuring your participation to an event, the legal grounds for the processing are the necessary formalities, upon your request, prior to the conclusion of an agreement. These processing grounds are provided by article 6 paragraph 1 letter b from the Regulation (EU) no. 2016/679.

 

When you visit our office and we request your personal data, the legal grounds for the processing consist of the legitimate interest of d10e to protect the company’s office, assets and staff. These processing grounds are provided by article 6 paragraph 1 letter f from the Regulation (EU) no. 2016/679.

 

Your refusal to provide information necessary in order for us to communicate the answers to your questions (e.g.: the e-mail address where we can contact you) may determine, according to the case, the absence of an answer from us.

 

For instance, if you visit our office, your refusal to provide personal data (e.g.: surname, first name, purpose of the visit) may determine the restriction of your access to the office.

 

e. If you are a contractual partner of d10e

In this case, the legal grounds for the processing of personal data are represented by the performance of our agreement. These processing grounds are provided by article 6 paragraph 1 letter b from the Regulation (EU) no. 2016/679.

When we request additional information for the payment of our services, such as fiscal information, the legal grounds for the processing are our obligation to comply with the statutory requirements. These grounds are provided by article 6 paragraph 1 letter c from the Regulation (EU) no. 2016/679.

Your refusal to provide information necessary for the supply of our services may determine, according to the case, the suspension of our services, due to the impossibility to provide the services which mandatorily require data processing (e.g.: identifiers such as surname, first name, the e-mail address where we can contact you, invoicing details).

 

f. If you are a representative, a contact person, an employee or another collaborator of a contractual partner of d10e.

 

In this case, the legal grounds for the processing of personal data are represented by the performance of our agreement. These processing grounds are provided by article 6 paragraph 1 letter b from the Regulation (EU) no. 2016/679.

 

Your refusal to provide information necessary for the supply of our services may determine, according to the case, the suspension of our services, due to the impossibility to continue providing the services which mandatorily require data processing (e.g.: identifiers such as surname, first name, the e-mail address where we can contact you, invoicing details).

 

g. When you browse the website

When we automatically collect information during your browsing on the website and we collect data for the purpose of finding out what are the fields of interest to you, and also to protect ourselves against cyber attacks, the legal grounds for the processing of personal data are our legitimate interest, provided under article 6 paragraph 1 letter f from the Regulation (EU) no. 2016/679.
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7. How we ensure the security of your data:

 

We will process your data safely, we will apply and maintain proper technical measures in order to protect your personal data against accidental or unlawful destruction or loss, alteration, disclosure or unauthorized access, particularly when the processing involves the transmission of the data through a network and against any other form of unlawful processing.

 

8. For how long we keep your data:

 

In the case of data provided by you voluntarily and directly, when you contact us directly, we supply services to you or you participate in competitions and raffles, we store your data for a 5 year period, after the last interaction (the last sent e-mail, the last phone call, the last participation to a class, the last payment made, etc.).

 

When you open an account on the website, we keep your data for 5 years from the last login into the account.

 

When you register to receive marketing information through e-mail or SMS, we keep your data for 2 years from the last e-mail you opened or, in the case of SMS marketing, from the last time you purchased a service or interacted with us by e-mail or phone.

 

If you are a candidate for a position within d10e.biz and your application is rejected, we keep your data for 6 months from the date when you sent us the e-mail or came to the interview. If you received a position within d10e, your personal data will be subject to the personal data processing policy which applies in the relation with the employees, available and communicated at the time of the employment offer.

 

In the case of the data we collect automatically, we store them for 5 years from the last visit to our website.

 

9. To whom we disclose your data and why:

 

d10e.biz may provide the personal data of the persons registered in the database to other companies with which it has collaboration relations, business partners operating on our behalf, such as the organizations with which we collaborate for the organization of our events, to maintain, customize and improve this webpage and the services provided through it or for marketing campaigns, but only on grounds of a privacy commitment from them and only for the purposes indicated in this Privacy Policy.

 

We select our business partners making sure that they will keep the data safely and that they provide personal data according to the legislation in force, as follows:

a. to courier service suppliers;
b. to marketing service suppliers;
c. to payment/banking service suppliers;
d. to marketing service suppliers;
e. to event planning service suppliers;
f. to IT service suppliers;
g. to legal service suppliers;
h. to insurers;
i. to other contractual partners, for the fulfillment of the purposes of d10e.biz.

 

Also, only with your express and prior consent regarding such transfer, we send your information to companies with which we may develop common programs for the marketing of our goods and services.

We can also transfer the data to public authorities and institutions, if their activity involves knowing such data, and when such a transfer is necessary in order to respond to a complaint, exercise a legitimate interest or comply with a mandatory legal procedure.

 

10. Information about data transferring outside the European Union:

 

The data will be transferred and processed on the territory of the following sates outside the European Union and the European Economic Area:

  • The United States of America – for which there is a decision of the European Union regarding the existence of a proper personal data protection level: Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2016/1250 of 12 July 2016 pursuant to Directive 95/46/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the adequacy of the protection provided by the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield.
    According to this decision, the United States guarantee a proper protection level for the personal data transferred from the European Union to organizations from the United States on grounds of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield, subject to those entities processing the personal data according to a strong set of principles and guarantees for the protection of private life and personal data, equivalent to those in the European Union.

 

  • When we transfer personal data from the European Union to organizations that are not registered under the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield, we will do so only for the grounds provided by article 49 paragraph 1 from the Regulation (EU) no. 2016/679. One of the main grounds for such transfer is: if such transfer is necessary for the conclusion of an agreement and the performance of an agreement in which you are a party or performing the necessary formalities, upon your request, prior to the conclusion of an agreement. For example, we will transfer your personal data when such transfer is necessary to organize the event that you have registered to.

 

  • Other countries – we may transfer your personal data outside EU and U.S.. We will always consider whether there is a decision of the European Union regarding the existence of a proper personal data protection level and, if not, we will transfer the data only for the grounds provided by article 49 paragraph 1 from the Regulation (EU) no. 2016/679. One of the main grounds for such transfer is: if such transfer is necessary for the conclusion of an agreement and the performance of an agreement in which you are a party or performing the necessary formalities, upon your request, prior to the conclusion of an agreement. For example, we will transfer your personal data when such transfer is necessary to organize the event that you have registered to.So far, The European Commission has recognized the existence of a proper personal data protection level in Andorra, Argentina, Canada (commercial organizations), Faroe Islands, Guernsey, Israel, Isle of Man, Jersey, New Zealand, Switzerland, Uruguay.

 

 

11. What are your rights:

 

The right to be informed (provided by art. 13 and art. 15 of the Regulation (EU) no. 2016/679) – means that you are entitled to know who, how and in what way they are processing your personal data.

The right of access to the data (provided by art. 15 of the Regulation (EU) no. 2016/679)

  • means that you are entitled to obtain a confirmation from us on whether or not we process personal data concerning you and, where that is the case, you have access to such data and the information regarding how we process your data.

 

Right to rectification (provided by art. 16 of the Regulation (EU) no. 2016/679) – means that you are entitled to obtain from us the correction, without undue delay, of the inaccurate personal data. The rectification will be communicated to each recipient having been transferred data, unless this proves impossible or involves unreasonable efforts.

 

Right to erasure of the data (“right to be forgotten”) (provided by art. 17 of the Regulation (EU) no. 2016/679) – means that you are entitled to ask us to delete your personal data, without any undue delay.

 

You have this right when (a) your data is no longer necessary for the fulfillment of the purposes for which they were collected and processed, (b) you withdrew your consent and there are no other legal grounds for the processing, (c) you object to the processing and there are no other prevailing legitimate reasons for continuing the processing or (4) your data was processed unlawfully.

 

So please keep in mind that there are exceptions from your right to erasure, which refer to, for example, to the situations in which your data are processed for the compliance with a legal obligation (e.g. when we are obligated to retain invoicing date) or when we process them in order to establish or defend a right in court.

Right to restriction of processing (provided by art. 18 of the Regulation (EU) no. 2016/679) – means that you are entitled to obtain from us the restriction of processing, when one of the following cases applies:
(a) you contest the accuracy of the data, for a period that allows us to check the accuracy of the data;
(b) the processing is unlawful, and you object to the erasure of the personal data, asking in exchange for the restriction;
(c) if we no longer need your personal data for processing, but you request them for establishing, exercising or defending a right in court;
(d) if you object to the processing for the period of time during which it is checked whether or not our legitimate rights prevail over your rights.

 

Right to data portability (provided by art. 20 of the Regulation (EU) no. 2016/679) – means that you are entitled to receive the personal data provided to us and processed by us on grounds of a contract or your consent, through automatic means. You are entitled to receive this information in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and have the right to transmit those data to another controller without hindrance from us.

 

Right to object (provided by art. 21 of the Regulation (EU) no. 2016/679) – means that you are entitled to object to the processing of personal data, e.g., when we use them for direct marketing purposes. The right to withdraw your consent for the processing of data for direct marketing purposes, e.g., you have it directly, by using the unsubscribe option in newsletters or by sending an e-mail to [email protected]

 

The right not to be subject to a decision based exclusively on automatic processing, including profiling, that produce legal effects concerning you or significantly affecting you.

 

The right to file a compliant to the National Supervisory Authority for Personal Data Processing on the territory of your state.

 

Also, please consider the following:

  • Period of time: We will try to respond to your request within 30 days. However, the deadline may be extended, due to specific reasons related to the complexity of your request. When this period is extended, we will notify you regarding the extension period and the reasons for the extension.
  • Restriction of access: in certain situations, we might not be able to provide you with access to all or some of your personal data, due to the statutory provisions. If we refuse your request for access, we will notify you regarding the reason for such refusal.
  • The impossibility to identify you: in certain cases, we might not be able to search for your personal data, due to the identifiers provided by you in your request. We will notify you regarding such a situation and will give you the option to provide, if needed, additional information in order to identify you.

 

12. How you may exercise your rights:

 

In order to exercise any of these rights, to view or change personal data, to obtain information about the period of time for which d10e intends to keep your personal data or for other questions regarding your personal data or if you wish to receive information about whether or not, upon the request of a third party, we have stored or processed any of your personal data, please contact us by e-mail at: [email protected]

 

13. Changes to the Privacy Policy:

 

This policy may be updated from time to time, for instance, after changes in the relevant legislation, if substantial changes are made. The persons who have provided us with their e-mail address and who are still registered in our database at the time of the substantial change will receive e-mail notifications. Without this being an obligation, we encourage you to check this page periodically, in order to keep yourself updated on the latest news regarding our privacy practice on the website www.d10e.biz.

 

By reading this document, you are now aware that your legal rights are guaranteed.

 

14. Information about minors:

 

The site is not intended for persons under the age of 18. We do not knowingly collect Personal Information online from persons in this age group. We reserve the right to delete any information identified as having been provided by such persons at our discretion.

 

15. Sensitive Information:

 

Unless we specifically request or invite it, we ask that you not send or otherwise disclose to us your racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religion or other beliefs, health, criminal background, or trade union membership. In those cases where we may request or invite you to provide the foregoing information, we will only do so with your express consent, in accordance with applicable data protection law requirements. Where you provide us with such information, we reserve the right (but do not have any obligation) to erase any such information at our discretion.