Protecting the individual’s privacy is crucial to the future of business.
We have created this privacy statement to demonstrate our firm commitment to the individual’s right to data protection and privacy. It outlines how we handle information that can directly or indirectly identify an individual (personal data).
Respecting your time and with the goal of providing you with the quickest possible access to the relevant passages of the privacy statement, we offer you the following summary.
The summary does not replace or supersede the detailed explanations in the Seargin Privacy Statement so in case of doubt, please always refer to the relevant passage in the actual full statement below.
The privacy statement aims to explain what personal data is processed by Seargin, who uses your personal data, for what purpose, for how long, and explains what rights you have in this context.
Who collects and processes your personal data?
Seargin does, in the form of the respective legal entity, being either Seargin LLC in Dover, US, Seargin Ltd in London, Seargin Sp. z o.o. in Gdansk, Poland or any another entity of the global group of Seargin companies.
The Seargin Privacy Statement describes in detail which processing activities of which Seargin group entity apply.
What personal data does Seargin collect?
Seargin may collect various types of personal data about you when conducting its business, including:
– personal contact data,
– personal data related to your or your employer’s business relationship with Seargin,
– personal data Seargin must collect due to legal and compliance -related purposes,
– personal usage, registration, and participation data which Seargin may generate through your use of its web and online offerings,
– special categories of personal data,
– application-related personal data,
– personal data which Seargin may receive from third parties, personal data Seargin requires to ensure your or your employer’s satisfaction with our products, services and offerings.
For what purpose(s) does Seargin collect personal data?
Seargin processes your personal data to:
– pursue its business relationships with you, your employer, or your employer’s customers, including ensuring your satisfaction with and keeping you up to date on the latest news about our products and services,
– develop and offer you its software products, cloud and other services,
– protect the quality and safety of its premises, facilities, products or services,
– secure and, if necessary, defend its protected legal assets against unlawful attacks, assert our rights or defend Seargin against legal claims,
– ensure compliance with statutory laws and regulations applicable to Seargin, – operate Seargin’s Internet pages, web offerings, or other online events including analyzing the behavior of the users, enabling you to create a user profile, benefit from an identity service and to promote and continuously improve your user experience,
– search you as a potential talent for Seargin,
– transfer it to recipients like other entities of the Seargin Group, third-party service providers, Seargin partners and others.
If you want to learn more about each of these purposes for which Seargin may collect, transfer, and use your personal data, including for how long your data is being retained and specific to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the legal ground on which Seargin is pursuing them, please refer to the full privacy statement below.
What are your data protection rights?
You have the right to request from Seargin access to, correction of, and/or the return or the deletion of your personal data. You may request from Seargin to restrict the access to your personal data or to exclude it from further processing.
You may revoke a once given consent or object to processing activities which Seargin may intend to pursue in a given case. When you believe that Seargin was processing your personal data not in accordance with this privacy statement or under breach of applicable data protection laws, you have the right to lodge a complaint with a relevant supervisory authority.
The Seargin Privacy Statement describes each of these rights in detail, including how you can reach us to exercise any of these rights against Seargin and how to identify, if necessary, the relevant data protection authority. In the final section below, Seargin addresses several country specific aspects that must be explained in a privacy statement under relevant country laws.
The country-specific requirements include but is not limited to those from the EU and EEA, the United States of America and more specifically the State of California, Brazil, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, South Africa, and Turkey.
Who do we mean when we say Seargin in this privacy statement?
This privacy statement applies to the collection and processing of personal data:
during the central operation of this website and other globally operated Seargin business activities by
Seargin Sp. z o o., Chrzanowskiego 11, Gdansk, Poland if you are in a member state of the EU or the EWR or in any of the countries of Andorra, Faroe Islands, Guernsey, Isle of Man, Jersey, Switzerland, or the United Kingdom
Seargin LLC., 3500 South DuPont Highway, Suite EY-101, 19901, Dover, United States if you are in any other country, or a specific Seargin group entity as may be stated in the Additional Country and Regional Specific Provisions at the end of this privacy statement.
in the context of a pre-contractual or contractual business relationship with you or your employer by a local Seargin group entity in the context of a registration form when a specific Seargin group entity is directly collecting personal data for the purpose of registering to a service or event and is therefore presented as the relevant controller on this registration page or website by referencing to this privacy statement.
Seargin Sp. z o.o., Seargin LLC (USA), and each relevant Seargin group entity are, depending on the given case, hereinafter referred to as “Seargin”. This privacy statement does not apply to Seargin internet-pages or web-services which present their own privacy statement.
How can you contact the data protection officer?
The data protection officer can be contacted at the email address email@example.com, or by the forms and at addresses available at the “Contact” section on the data controller’s website.
What are the purpose and legal basis for personal data processing?
Your personal data will be processed in order to develop a personalised proposal for the services rendered by the data controller and will be processed on the basis of:
– The necessity to perform the contract to which the data subject is party or in order to take steps at the request of the data subject prior to entering into the contract in connection with Article 6(1)(b) of the General Data Protection Regulation;
– Legitimate interests pursued by the controller or by a third party, except where such interests are overridden by the interests or fundamental rights and freedoms of the data subject which require protection of personal data in conjunction with Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR.
Provision of personal data is voluntary, and failure to do so will prevent the data controller from forwarding the commercial proposal.
How long will your data be processed?
Your data will be processed until the data retention period related to the given data processing expires or the data becomes redundant for the processing performed by the controller if there are no legal grounds for lawful processing upon other legal bases;
To whom can we transfer your data?
Your personal data can be processed by our external partners supporting our business processes, that is the data processors such as, for example, IT solutions providers, and technical support providers.
We will not share your personal data with other entities which process data as separate controllers unless it is required by law or relevant consent has been given to share specified personal data for a designated purpose.
The data may be transferred to third countries only if the controller acts upon appropriate legal bases, including upon an adequacy decision or subject to appropriate precautions (e.g., binding corporate rules or standard contractual clauses).
What are your rights under data protection?
You have the right to lodge a complaint to the supervisory authority, the right to access your data, the right to rectify, erase or restrict the processing of your data, the right to object to the data processing, and the right to transfer your data. The data controller does not intend to apply automated decision-making, including profiling.
What are the consequences of not providing your personal data?
Providing your personal data is voluntary, but if you do not provide your data the controller will not be able to carry out the data processing process or render its service