What Jobin & Jismi Does With Your Information?
Jobin & Jismi is committed to protecting your personal information in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). We are a controller and processor of the personal information given via this website and gathered through other means. This means we are accountable for deciding how we use and hold personal data connected to you.
We utilize third-party tools such as Zoho SalesIQ, Google Analytics, Website Contact Form, Google Tag Manager, Facebook Pixel, and Onesignal for monitoring and collecting user information. However, we only collect personal identification information from Users only if they voluntarily submit such information to us. Users can always refuse to supply personal identification information, except that it may prevent them from engaging in certain site-related activities.
What Information Do We Gather About You?
We only gather data regarding you that is essential for us to help you utilize our website or reach us, and no more than to the level purposely offered in this policy.
Data we get from you:
When you contact us via email or via the contact form, you provide us your name, phone number, e-mail address, communication content, and data associated with the communication.
Why Do We Process Your Personal Data?
We only process your personal information when we have a legal basis to do so. The legal basis depends on the conditions we have gathered and requires us to utilize your personal information. We will process your personal information only when:
- We will process your personal data only if you provide us with your consent.
- We are required to comply with certain legal obligations when processing your personal data.
- We may process your personal data if it is necessary for the legitimate interests of our business.
Each Company That Reach European Citizens Must Comply With GDPR
The GDPR, or General Data Protection Regulation, came into effect in all twenty-eight European countries on May 25th, 2018. It is a new regulation implemented by the European Union to improve transparency and efficiency in data protection practices. Companies that store and utilize data about their users in their CRM and other systems must comply with GDPR’s requirements for obtaining consent from users.
It’s important to note that any company that markets its products or services to European citizens, regardless of their location, must also comply with GDPR. By complying with this regulation, companies can avoid costly penalties and enhance customer trust in their data protection practices.
Failure to comply with GDPR may result in websites being temporarily blocked in European nations, as seen with popular websites such as the Chicago Tribune and LA Times. If a company’s website collects data from European citizens, they are legally responsible for complying with GDPR regulations.
Do you have any questions?