GDPR, the General Data Protection Regulation, is a new privacy law to better protect European citizens' personal data.
Wondering what this new privacy law means for you? Read more about it in our FAQ 'What does GDPR mean for me?'.
We would like to explain some important concepts to help you fully understand the GDPR.:
These are data with which you can be directly or indirectly identified. Example: your name, telephone number, address, email address, account number, etc.
We collect your personal data to...
The technical data that are processed to conduct and invoice/bill for electronic communication, such as your IP address or MAC address.
The name-, number- and/or address-related data of the sender or receiver of the communication are used to establish the communication. The network over which the communication is conducted (BASE) converts these data in order to compose the electronic message. From that moment we call it 'traffic data'.
Specifically, the traffic data pertains to the routing, duration, time or volume of the communication, the protocol used, the location of the sender or receiver's device, the network on which the communication originates or ends and the start time, end time or duration of the connection. These may also be embedded in the format in which the network transmits the communication.
Intelligent algorithms that process data to make decisions without human intervention.
BASE neemt geen automatische besluitvorming – al dan niet op basis van profilering – waaraan rechtsgevolgen zijn verbonden voor jou of waarbij zo’n besluit gevolgen heeft op jou:
In zo’n gevallen informeren je over de manier waarop het geautomatiseerd besluit tot stand komt. Je kan dan menselijke tussenkomst vragen of het besluit aanvechten.
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