At Boru Decor we value the importance of protecting privacy and personal data. The data processing will remain fair and lawful even with the right to update this privacy police at any time without prior notice. Boru Decor will not abuse the use of any personal data, the data collected will be used strictly professional.
Boru Decor is located at Cois na Coillte, Cappagh, Aughrim, Co. Wicklow, Ireland.
Personal data is information that relates to an identified or identifiable person. If data does not permit us or another party to identify a person, directly or indirectly, then it is not personal data. The law does not require to acquire extra, unnecessary information solely for the purpose of identifying persons.
Processing, refers to actions that can be done with personal data: collecting, storing, analysing, communicating, et cetera. This includes processing completed with or without computers.
Consent is a clear, unambiguous action by a person that they agree to a specific processing. In order for this consent to be valid, the person consenting has to understand the purpose, nature, and conditions of the processing.
GDPR is the EU General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (as amended and replaced from time to time)
Sensitive Data means any personal data revealing racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, or trade union membership, genetic data, biometric data, data concerning health or data concerning a natural person’s sex life or sexual orientation.
GDPR Data Protection Principles
Boru Decor commits itself to operating on the basis of the following privacy principles:
Lawfulness, Fairness, and Transparency
Upholding your legal rights, our aim is to provide our services fairly to you, and to be transparent in the way we process your data.
We will provide you with information based on how your data is held within the company.
One common example of a lawful basis is where processing is necessary for a service or contract that you have requested. Another common basis is where we have a legal obligation to process your data, such as to protect against fraud. Your consent can sometimes also be a legal basis for processing.
We aim to collect your data only for specific, limited purposes that we will specify to you in advance as clearly as we can.
Moreover, in the event we ever rearrange how we do things, we aim never to process your data in a way that is incompatible with the original purposes.
We try only to process the personal data that we really need – no more and no less.
We will try to correct or erase, depending on what is appropriate in the context, personal data that are inaccurate.
No one needs or wants their data floating around for eternity, so we try to delete data when we no longer need them.
Integrity and Confidentiality
We protect your data with the appropriate technologies and business practices.
We aim to document, as necessary and appropriate, the things we do for your protection.
You also have a number of rights that you can use to check up on us and hold us accountable.
Finally, in addition to holding ourselves accountable, we also demand that our processors commit themselves to the protections you deserve. We aim to be transparent in our choice of processors so that you can hold them accountable too.