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The data that you explicitly share, but also data about your behaviour and data from other sources can be collected. In general data may have various levels of sensitivity, ranging from ‘aggregated data’ (for example, the average income level in an area code), to personal data (which is directly related to a person, such as an address), to sensitive personal data (such as details about health, sexual preference or religious affiliation).
receive from you
sensitive personal data
receive from others
If data about you is processed outside the European Union it may be subject to a lower level of protection.
a little data
the least amount
is processed outside the EU
To minimise risk personal data should not be stored longer than necessary. In Europe this is a legal requirement.
one year or less
one month or less
ten years or less
more than ten years
When data about people is collected, the purpose should always be clear and specific. The data may not be used for other purposes than it was initially collected for.
Providing goods and services
crime fighting and national security
security and surveillance
marketing, sales and customer relationship
automated decision making
fraud detection and prevention
Data processing is always done on a specific legal foundation. Besides consent there are five other possibilities, such as having a contract or it being required by law.
Data may be shared with other organisations. For example to outsource certain tasks, to collaborate with partners, be compliant with regulations, or as part of a transaction.
parent, daughter or sibling organisation
other third parties
A privacy label offers a summary - read the full privacy statement for more detailed information.
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manage your data
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