RSM SOLUTIONS SRL and SPORT CLUB SUPPORTER 2.0 ASSOCIATION
With maximum transparency, we provide full information on the nature of the data collected, how we use it, what purpose we use, and what are the rights of the data subjects. Thus, they can give us the consent of processing our personal data in full knowledge.
Data collected. Purpose.
RSM SOLUTIONS SRL and C.S. SUPPORTER 2.0 processes personal data for lawful purposes in order to inform users of the application about the latest news from the www.realclubmanager.com application related to the sport club SUPPORTER 2.0. (news, events, actions etc.) after subscribing to the person concerned, giving us the consent to process personal data.
The basis for the processing of personal data is the signing of the organization's documents or acceptance of the terms and conditions of the site.
The collection of personal data will also be used for the purpose of financial management of the association and the identification of users.
The users' actions within the application will be recorded for effective communication between the association and its users, users. Personal data will not be made public, and any user action will be kept under anonymity, except for users who explicitly want to share their shares in other media.
We do not collect and process sensitive personal data: race or ethnicity, religious or philosophical beliefs, life and sexual orientation, health, genetic data, criminal offenses, etc.
The email address will be used to inform the target person about sports club news related to his activity and to allow future access to the application.
Full name, home address, country, city, date of birth
These data are used for the financial management of the association in order to produce statistics on users and to identify users. This information is stored in maximum safety and is provided only to institutions established by law to comply with legal obligations.
If direct contact for information on the services offered and / or purchased is required, if it is necessary to contact us quickly to confirm the data or obtain / transmit information, we use the telephone number provided by the data subject.
Company data (billing data)
In order to enter into contracts previously agreed upon by both parties, we use the company's data where the person concerned is an associate, employee, holder or administrator (ID number, Trade Registry Number, company address, bank account, bank name, the legal representative, etc.).
Personal data processing
Personal data is secure, and access to it is limited to employees and third parties who are subject to confidentiality.
Personal data may also reach third parties in the following situations:
if we outsource IT and system administration to a company - subject to a confidentiality clause;
if necessary to comply with legal obligations, to the institutions established by law (to the Tax Administration, regulatory bodies and other Romanian authorities requesting the reporting of personal data);
if personal data is required in relation to various contractual partners, contracts containing confidentiality clauses and personal data being provided with the prior consent of the data subjects.
The processing period for personal data
In order to determine the processing time of our personal data, we take into account the contractual period until the legal obligations expire, the archiving deadlines - for the natural and legal customers.
The rights of data subjects regarding data collected by RSM SOLUTIONS SRL and C.S. SUPPORTER 2.0
• The right to be informed about RSM SOLUTIONS SRL and C.S. SUPPORTER 2.0 and all aspects of the collection and processing of personal data,
• Right to access personal data (processing confirmation, access to data, etc.)
• The right to request the rectification of personal data,
• The right to request the deletion of personal data (the "right to be forgotten"),
• The right to request the restriction of the processing of personal data,
• The right to request stopping sending marketing messages,
• The right to receive personal data or to request sending it to another operator (data portability),
• The right to lodge a complaint with regard to the use of personal data to the supervisory authorities,
• Right to withdraw consent to the use of personal data.
The above rights are not absolute and there are exceptions to them under well-defined conditions (legislative obligations regarding data archiving / processing, finding, exercising or defending a right in court, etc.).
For the exercise of these rights and for any other information regarding the processing of personal data, please contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. We are committed to responding to all requests within no more than 10 business days.
Interested individuals have the option to receive or not notifications from RSM SOLUTIONS or CS SUPPORTER 2.0 without a predefined option. This option can be chosen by each person individually when creating an account within the www.realclubmanager.com web application.
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