Last updated: 11th of November 2020
We’re Salv Technologies OÜ (‘we’, ‘our’, ‘us’) and operate under the name Salv. We are a company registered in Estonia, EU. From a data protection perspective we fall under the jurisdiction of the Estonian Data Protection Inspectorate.
- send us an email at [email protected]
- write to us at Salv: Salv Technologies OÜ, Veerenni Street 24, Tallinn, 10135, Estonia
Information we process about you
Information you share with us when contacting us
You can contact us in various ways - e.g. through e-mail, through the get in touch options available on our website, or through social media either by directly messaging us or mentioning us in your posts. While doing so, we would see (and therefore process) the personal information you have decided to share with us. Depending on the medium, this information could be for example your email address, your name, job title or anything else you have decided to include in your communications. In case of social media we might also process the public details of your social media profile (such as Facebook profile, Linkedin profile), and the contents of your messages and posts aimed at us.
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Our reasons for using information about you
European data protection laws say that we can only process your personal data if we have an appropriate lawful basis for this. At least one of the following must apply: contractual obligations, legal requirements, legitimate interests, public interest, vital individual interest, or consent. Here we will explain which lawful basis we have relied on to process data about you.
The main lawful basis we would rely on when processing your personal data is the legitimate interests. This is because we have a reasonable expectation that you would want to hear back from us once you have reached out to Salv. Although this type of data processing does not require consent being asked from you, you are still eligible to the rights listed below (“Your rights under the GDPR”).
Who we share your data with
GSuite - We use GSuite as a platform for online collaboration, email management and document management.
Contractors and companies that support us on specific aspects of doing business (such as our legal counsellors, business consultants) - we share as little information as possible to reach specific goals in our engagements with consultants.
Companies that manage our CCTV and security if you visit our office premises.
We may share your data with law enforcement if we are asked to (e.g. police, courts)
We may share your personal data with people or companies if there’s a corporate restructure, merger, acquisition or takeover.
How long do we keep your information
Data which data processing activities are covered by the applicable law, will be stored as long as required in the applicable law (e.g. the law in Estonia mandates that we are supposed to retain data on job applicants for a period of 12 months). Other personal data will be kept until the moment we are not able to identify a proper lawful basis to further process the data or whenever you have asked us to stop processing your personal data.
Where we store and send your data
As a rule, we store and process your personal data within the European Economic Area (EEA) which in the GDPR is recognised as the area having satisfactory data protection measures in place. Should we see the need to process your personal data outside the EEA, we will make sure to have the Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) or other appropriate data transfer mechanisms in place before doing so.
Your rights under the GDPR
You have a right to:
Access the personal data we process about you, or to get a copy of it - simply email the request to us at [email protected] and we will get back to you within 30 days the latest as allowed in the GDPR.
Ask for a copy of your personal data in a portable (machine-readable) format or make us send it to someone else - simply email the request to us at [email protected]
Make us correct inaccurate data - simply email the request to us at [email protected]
Ask us to delete, block or suppress your data - simply email the request to us at [email protected]
Say no to us using your data for direct marketing - simply email the request to us at [email protected]
Withdraw any consent you have given us - simply email the request to us at [email protected]
Ask a member of staff to review a computer-made (automated) decision - we do not currently make automated decisions about our job applicants, demo requestors, or anyone else visiting our website.
How to make a complaint
If you are not satisfied with our activities in relation to the GDPR and/or your rights, it is your right to take it up with the Estonian Data Protection Inspectorate.