1. This Policy outlines the rules for collecting, processing, distributing, utilising and storing the Personal data of Website users in accordance with the GDPR and data protection laws pertinent to Gasbit Group N.V., located at Zuikertuintjeweg Z/N (Zuikertuin Tower) in Curacao and operated by Jungliwin (hereinafter referred to as “Us”, “We”, “Company”).
Information about the data controller and the data processor
Gasbit Group N.V., a business incorporated in Curaçao located at Zuikertuintjeweg Z/N (Zuikertuin Tower), is the data controller for this Website. If you need assistance, please contact our support team.
SUM AND SUBSTANCE LTD, a company incorporated and registered in England with the company number 09688671, has its registered office located at 80 Wood Ln, Central Working White City, London, United Kingdom, W12 0BZ. For contact, email [email protected]. This firm is the data processor for this Website.
Information about the Data Protection Officer
The Data Protection Officer for Casbit Group N.V., a company incorporated in Curaçao at Zuikertuintjeweg Z/N (Zuikertuin Tower), can be contacted directly via email at [email protected] with any queries or requests concerning data protection. Authorised individuals and regulatory bodies may reach out to the Data Protection Officer at any time.
Legal basis for the processing of personal data
The personal data of the data subject is processed in accordance with Article 6(1) of GDPR and after obtaining the consent of the data subject for specific operations involving personal data.
Collection of personal data and information
1. When the Casbit Group N.V. Website is accessed by a data subject or automated system, a set of general data and information is compiled and stored in the server log files.
2. This website may collect the following data for general purposes:
- Type and version of browser used;
- The operating system of the accessing system;
- Website directed to this page;
- Sub-websites visited;
- Date and time of access;
- IP address of the accessing system;
- Internet service provider used;
- Any other necessary data in case of a cyber attack on our IT systems.
3. The Casbit Group N.V. does not draw any conclusions about the data subject from the general data and information; instead, these are used to (1) properly display our website’s content, (2) enhance the content of our website as well as its advertisement, (3) secure the long-term efficiency of our IT systems and website technology, and (4) provide law enforcement with the necessary information for criminal prosecution in the event of a cyber-attack. To strengthen the data protection and security of our business, the Casbit Group N.V. performs anonymous analyses of collected data statistically; this is done to guarantee optimal protection for the personal data that we manage. The server log files’ anonymous information is kept separate from all personal details given by a subject.
4. Processing any personal data that reveals one’s racial or ethnic origin, political views, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade union affiliation, genetic data, biometric identifiers for a unique individual identity and conceiving of health issues or sexual orientation is forbidden.
The such rule will not apply if one of the following applies:
- The explicit agreement of the individual whose data is being processed has been given to handle that information for certain reasons unless permitted by law in the European Union or its Member States.
- In order to fulfil the duties and exercise the rights of the controller or data subject with regard to employment, social security and social protection laws, processing will be conducted if it is allowed by Union or Member State law or a collective agreement authorised under Member State law that ensures appropriate safeguards for the fundamental rights and interests of the data subject.
- Processing of data is essential in order to safeguard the vital interests of an individual that is either physically or legally unable to give consent.
- A foundation, association or any other not-for-profit body with a political, philosophical, religious or trade union purpose can process personal data as part of its legitimate activities with the appropriate safeguards in place. This is only allowed if it relates solely to the members or former members of the body or people who have regular contact with it for their purposes, and data must not be disclosed outside the organisation without consent from the subjects.
- Processing is required when it aligns with the public interest and is based on the laws of the Union or Member State. It must be reasonable in relation to its purpose, protect the data subject’s rights, and provide specific measures for safeguarding their fundamental rights and interests.
- It is essential to process data in the interest of public health, such as defending against major cross-border risks to health or guaranteeing high levels of quality and security of healthcare and medicinal products or medical instruments, in with accordance to Union or Member State law which implements appropriate and proper steps to preserve the rights and liberties of the data subject, particularly professional privacy.