“customer data” means all “personal data” provided by or on behalf of the customer through the use of the services and stored in the customer`s account (for the avoidance of doubt, personal data that are part of the customer`s order for the purchase of the relevant service are not treated as customer data). Customer data may include, among other things, customer data within the meaning of the GDPR. The purpose of EEA processors` SCCS is to assist organisations that rely on third parties in the EEA to carry out specific processing activities on their behalf (i.e. “data processors”) to fulfil their obligations under the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). In particular, Article 28 of the GDPR requires data controllers to enter into an agreement (or other act) when outsourcing data processing activities to a processor and define the data protection obligations that must be covered by such a data processing agreement. These data protection obligations include the obligations of the processor with regard to: (1) compliance with the data controller`s processing instructions; (2) the return or erasure of data after the termination of data processing services; (3) information security; (4) Assist the controller in fulfilling its obligations under the GDPR, for example.B. as regards data subjects` claims for rights, notification of data protection breaches and data protection impact assessments; (5) the execution and assistance of audits carried out by the controller or by any other examiner; and (6) the involvement of subcontractors. You can make a limited transfer if the recipient has signed a code of conduct approved by a supervisory authority. The code of conduct must include appropriate safeguards to protect the rights of persons whose personal data have been transmitted and who can be directly applied. Exception 3.
Do you have (or do you have a contract with one person) that benefits another person whose data is being transferred? Is this transfer necessary for you to either conclude this contract or fulfill this contract? This data processing agreement (outside the EEA) is designed to be used in situations where a data controller in the UK collects and uses personal data (e.g. B through its customers or collaborators) and wishes to instruct a data processor established outside the EEA to store and/or process such personal data on its behalf. Data centers are typically connected by high-speed private connections to enable secure and fast data transmission between data centers. The aim is to prevent data from being read, copied, modified or deleted without being easily read, copied, modified or removed during electronic transmission, transport or recording on media or during exchange within the data centre. Where a transfer contract is performed separately from the main contract, the interaction with the main contract must be carefully weighed. If provisions that were normally included in a separate transfer contract are indeed included in the main contract, the broader provisions of the main contract must also be taken into account. 11.1 The processor may not transfer or authorise the transfer of data to countries outside the EU and/or the European Economic Area (EEA) without the prior written consent of the company. Where personal data processed under this Agreement are transmitted by a country of the European Economic Area to a country outside the European Economic Area, the Parties shall ensure that the personal data are duly protected.
To do this, the parties rely, unless otherwise agreed, on standard contractual clauses for the transfer of personal data approved by the EU. This DPA, including its annexes, with the exception of the clauses of the Data Protection Directive, is effective and supersedes all previously applicable conditions to data protection, data processing and/or data security….
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