This website is maintained by the non-profit organisation The European Association of Movers. All information can be freely used.
- “GDPR” is defined as The European Union General Data Protection Regulation No. 2016/679
- “Personal Data” is defined in the GDPR and refers to any informatil relating to a natural person.
- “Data Subject” / “you” / “your” all refers to the individual who is subject of personal data.
- “Processing” is defined in Article 4(2) of the GDPR and includes practically any operation performed on Personal Data including collection, recording, structurering, storageing, transmission and deletion.
- “We” / “us” / “Movetocyprus” / “our” / “TEAM” all refers to The European Association of Movers.
GDPR applies from the 25th. Of May 2018 and outlines the requirements for processing and movement of Personal Data. The following document outlines The European Association of Movers’ motives and obligations for creating, maintaining, moving, updating and deleting Personal Data.
Personal Data and Processing of Such
We may collect and Process Personal Data found on the below list. The list must, however, not be understood as complete as we in some cases collect information outside the list.
- E-mail address
- Personalized message
- Country of Residency
- Telephone number
Processing of your data is done on the basis of TEAM being compliant with legal obligation and/or on the basis of contractual necessities. In other words, we may use your personal data to comply with a number of legal and regulatory obligations.
Personal Data Through Electronic Channels
When visiting our website https://movetocyprus.org/, we may collect personal information about you that you provide voluntarily either by:
Filling out the “Free Consultation” Form
When filling out the free consultation form, you are providing personal information of the following kind: Name, E-mail, Telephone Number, Country Residency & Personalized Message.
The listed information is collected in order to make sure TEAM are able to help you the best way possible. Once the information has been provided, TEAM may contact you via phone or e-mail in order to assist you with your inquiry. Vising our website in general We gather information on an automated basis every time a visitor loads the movetocyprus.org website. This information includes things such as cookies and IP-addresses.
Transfer of Personal Data
Transfer of Personal Data provided to any country outside the European Economic Area (EEA), which may not have protection laws equivalent to those in the EU may take place for any of the reasons described in this policy. Where it is the case, we will put appropriate measures in place to safeguard the transferred Personal Data.
We agree to take reasonable precautions to maintain the confidentialty of all Personal Data by ensuring that our personnel engaged with processing of Personal Data is provided with the requisite training in relation to GDPR and the importance of confidentiality. You acknowledge and agree that we may disclose from time to time Personal Data to other offices, branches, subsidiaries, affiliates, units or associated companies.
Vising our website in general
We gather information on an automated basis every time a visitor loads the movetocyprus.org website. This information includes things such as cookies and IP-addresses.
Sharing of Personal Data
In order to fulfil our purpose, we will disclose personal data to service providers such as financial, taxation, regulatory, juridical authorities, state agencies or public bodies. The information may also be shared with regulated professionals such as lawyers, notaries, auditors, and companies that we have selected only for you as part of our consultation process.
Retention, Return and Deletion of Data
TEAM and its third-party providers will ensure that Personal data is retained in accordance with the applicable regulations and/or in accordance with GDPR. It is our policy to only retain your Personal Data for the length of time required to accomplish the purpose of which it was collected. However, we may be obliged to store some information for longer for reasons in order to live up to legal obligations and/or guidelines issues by authorities.
The following section describes your rights. Each element in the list are not exclusive and can be subject to certain exceptions.
- The right to be informed
You have the right to be provided with clear understandable information about how and when we use your information.
- The right to access
You have the right to receive a copy of your Personal Data so you can check that we are using your information in accordance with data protection law.
- The right to rectification
You can ask us to take reasonable measures to revise your Personal Data if you feel it is inaccurate or incomplete.
- The right to erasure
Sometimes referred to as “the right to be forgotten” this is simply a general right to erasure. There are exceptions to this if your wish for erasure clashes with juridical and regulatory obligations.
- The right to restrict processing
You have the right to restrict how your personal information may be used.
- The right to data portability
You have the right to restrict the re-use of your personal information across different organisations.
- The right to object
You have the right to object to certain types of processing. We are allowed to continue the processing insofar we can demonstrate that we have legitimate reasons.