The collection of personal data by WhoisBehind.com is part of legal exemption regulations. For this reason, the collection is not registered at the Data Protection Authority.
Types, purposes, legal grounds and time limit for the processing of personal data
First, personal details are processed when you make an agreement with WhoisBehind.com. The personal data is being used in two ways: when a person who has forgotten his or her password to sign in or when an invoice is added. The form shows the mandatory fields that must be filled out. These are the name of the company, the position within the company, address, logo/profile picture, subscription type, hourly rate, type of work, e-mail address, user name and password. You will be also asked to give your e-mail address. This is needed to do the administration of WhoisBehind.com, as well as to inform you about products and services that might be interesting for you in the near future.
The personal data is stored for five (5) years.
The procession of your details has the following legal ground: the permission of a person/visitor is necessary to process the personal data. This personal data makes it possible that a client receives an invoice after a payment. It is important for the administration of our clients, because without the data creating and receiving an invoice would not be possible.
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Transfer of personal data to processors and third parties
Your personal information will be shared with third parties. It is required by law that WhoisBehind.com must share personal data to competent authorities.
WhoisBehind.com has undertaken technical and organizational measures to protect your personal details against loss or unlawful processing. This website has an SSL-certificate, which means that the data is send with a secure connection.
Your privacy rights
If you want to file a complaint about WhoisBehind.com with regarding the processing of your personal details, contact a supervisory authority like the Data Protection Authority.
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