•Info sheet Data Protection Regulation
Info sheet EU Data Protection Regulation
The Basic Data Protection Ordinance (DSGVO) came into force on 25 May 2018. This provides for extended information obligations. We therefore inform you - in compliance with the new legal regulations - about the collection and processing of personal data carried out by the Gasunie Deutschland companies.
1. Collection, processing, use, disclosure of your data and legal basis
GUD collects data in connection with the management of rights of way, in particular within the framework of new or existing usage contracts, within the framework of compensation processes, in the case of planning requests made to GUD by third parties and unauthorised train path interventions. We would like to point out that we have already collected and processed data in the past, e.g. on the basis of a contractual relationship, and that there will therefore be no changes in the processing relationship between you and GUD. We inform you that GUD collects and processes personal data within the framework of the legal provisions of Art. 6 Para. 1DSGVO, in particular insofar as the collection, processing and transmission of data is necessary for the performance of a contract to which the data subject is a party or for the implementation of pre-contractual measures taken at the request of the data subject,
the registration and processing is necessary for the fulfilment of a legal obligation to which the responsible is subject, you have given your consent.
2. Categories of data, processing purposes
In particular, GUD collects and processes the following personal data if you have provided it to us:
-personal data (name, address, telephone, e-mail)
Here we would like to draw your attention to the right to information described below.
3. Storage time and deletion
Personal data will be deleted by GUD if there is no legal basis for their processing, especially if their storage is inadmissible. A deletion does not take place if this is contrary to legal or contractual retention periods.
4. Recipients and categories of recipients
Any access to your personal data at GUD is limited to those persons who are responsible for the processing of your data. the fulfilment of their organisational tasks. A passing on of your personal data to third parties only if we are obliged by law to inform you accordingly. or otherwise permitted by law.
We may transfer your personal data for the respective purposes in particular to the following and recipient categories listed:
a. Contract data processor - Just like other persons in charge, GUD is dependent on the services of third parties, e.g. computer centres. Our service providers are subject to local data protection laws and are also contractually obliged to process the personal data exclusively on our behalf and according to our instructions. We oblige our service providers to comply with technical and organisational measures to ensure the protection of personal data.
b. Authorities, courts, external consultants and similar third parties who are public authorities, insofar as this is required or permitted by applicable law.
5. Your rights
We refer to the existence of a right to information and a right to correction, deletion or restriction of processing or to a right of objection as well as to the right to data transferability, the right to revoke any consent given by the data subject with the indication that data processing carried out until revocation remains legal and to the existence of a right of appeal with the supervisory authority.
6. Contact the data protection officer
Further information on data protection, GUD's handling of data protection and the procedures and processes in which we collect and process personal data is provided by the data protection officer at GUD.
Data Protection Officer at GUD: Kateryna Wilio