The privacy statement is provided and explained by us in the following sections. First, however, in this section we would like to consider the privacy of Calendar Clock Users and data subjects.
Calendar clock offers the possibility to have contact with a loved one/elder very easily. The simplicity of the Calendar Clock function does require additional measures to guarantee the privacy of all Users and those involved around the loved one.
Each User enters into an agreement with Calendar Clock in which reference is made to our Terms and Conditions. The section “Secrecy, privacy and data protection” explicitly discusses privacy.
The following sentence is important in this context: “The Calendar Clock Apps can give its Users significant control through easy insight into the daily situation of the vulnerable involved by the device on which Calendar Clock Apps are installed. It is expressly pointed out to the Customer that the low threshold of the product also entails risks. In this context, reference is made to the document “Safe Use of Calendar Clock”. By agreeing to the Terms and Conditions, the Customer confirms that it is aware of these risks, that it uses the "Safe Use of Calendar Clock" document and that it adequately organizes, implements, adjusts and supervises the organization around the use of the Calendar Clock Apps. keeps details of use, as well as informs all internal and external stakeholders around the vulnerable about the operation and risks of the product.”
In our processing we adhere to the requirements of privacy legislation. That means, among other things, that:
In addition, our Users have the following rights:
All data is stored securely within the European Union and transferred over a secure connection to a processor with which Calendar Clock has a processor agreement. Calendar Clock takes the protection of your data seriously and takes appropriate measures to prevent abuse, loss, unauthorized access, unwanted disclosure and unauthorized changes. If you have the impression that your data is not properly protected or there are indications of abuse, please contact us.
Calendar Clock does not intend to collect data about website visitors under the age of 16. However, we cannot check whether a user is older than 16. If you are convinced that we have collected personal information about a minor without permission, please contact us and we will remove this information.
When using our website and our Calendar Clock Apps, we receive certain information from you. That may be personal data. We only store and use the personal data that is provided directly by you, in the context of the service you request, or of which it is clear that it is provided to us for processing.
Calendar Clock User App
Calendar Clock Administrator App
With Calendar clock, personal matters of life are shared. Messages and photos can be shared by Users in the family in the Calendar clock apps. This data is stored, among other things, on the devices on which the Calendar clock apps are installed. Make sure that unauthorized persons do not have access to the devices on which the Calendar Clock Apps are used.
Each User may have the ability to edit and/or delete shared data. It is important for each individual User to make a backup of shared data in the Calendar Clock Apps.
We have no influence on which personal data the App Store Provider processes. We recommend that you read the relevant privacy statement of the relevant provider.
We do not publish your data.
We take security measures to limit misuse of and unauthorized access to personal data.
Calendar Clock automatically deletes your data after 2 years of inactivity.
You can also send us a request to view, change or delete this data. You can also submit a request to request a data export for data that we use with your permission, or state with reasons that you want us to limit the processing of personal data.
To prevent misuse, we may ask you to identify yourself adequately.
Despite all security measures, it is possible that our security is breached - for example by a hack - as a result of which data ends up in the wrong hands. This is called a data breach. All organizations in the Netherlands – including Calendar Clock – are obliged to report data leaks to the Dutch Data Protection Authority if this entails a risk for those involved. We must also inform the affected party(ies) of the data breach if there is a risk of serious adverse consequences for them. The Dutch Data Protection Authority is the regulator in the field of privacy.
If you think you have found a weak spot in one of our (digital) services (security breach) or you can see or access confidential information such as personal data (data breach), we would like to work with you to resolve this situation as quickly as possible. unload. That is why we ask you to share this information with us. You can submit this report via firstname.lastname@example.org.
If we discover a data leak, the first concern is to close the leak. At the same time, we carefully check which data has been leaked and whether the person concerned may have been affected by the leak. If there is a real risk that the privacy of the injured party has been violated, we will report the data breach to the Dutch Data Protection Authority. We also inform the injured party(ies) where necessary and help to minimize the risk of damage from the data breach.
Of course we are happy to help you if you have complaints about the processing of your personal data. Pursuant to privacy legislation, you also have the right to submit a complaint to the Dutch Data Protection Authority against this processing of personal data. You can contact the Dutch Data Protection Authority for this.
August 26th 2023