By applying for BritCham event Participants agree to their personal data processing as described in this notice.

Association “British Chamber of Commerce in Latvia”, registration No.40008013060, legal address 5 J.Alunāna Street, Riga, LV-1010, Latvia (“BritCham”), will use personal data of natural persons who apply for and attend the events organized by BritCham (“Participants”) for the purposes of planning and execution of BritCham events. In addition, BritCham may take photos and videos at BritCham events and use them for the purposes of reflecting the respective events on its webpage and social network pages and keeping records of the organized events.

Decision to provide personal data to BritCham is voluntary. However, if Participants do not provide personal data, BritCham may not be able to accomplish some of the purposes outlined above. Personal data of the Participants are processed on the following legal basis: point (a) of Article 6(1) of the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) (consent); point (f) of Article 6(1) of the GDPR (legitimate interests of BritCham). Legitimate interests of BritCham are informing general public of BritCham activities and keeping historical records of BritCham activities.

Where personal data of Participants are processed on the basis of their consent, they are entitled to withdraw their consent at any time. It will not affect the lawfulness of processing based on consent before its withdrawal.

Personal data will be shared only with third-party service providers who provide services to BritCham, such as IT services, event organization, photo shooting and similar services. These third parties will be supplied with, or have access to, personal data for the purpose of providing these services to BritCham. Personal data of Participants will be stored as long as necessary for the execution of the purposes outlined above.

BritCham acts as a data controller. To request access, corrections, erasure, restriction of processing, object to processing of Participant’s personal data, use right to data portability, or raise other concerns about handling of their personal data, Participants may make a request using contact form or contact details available here. Participants may also raise complaints about the handling of their personal data to the data protection supervisory authority.

 

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The personal data of BritCham newsletters’ subscribers are processed as described in this notice. If you do not wish to receive newsletters from BritCham, please unsubscribe, by emailing info@britcham.lv or clicking "Unsubscribe" at the bottom of a newsletter you have received from BritCham.

Association “British Chamber of Commerce in Latvia”, registration No.40008013060, legal address 5 J.Alunāna Street, Riga, LV-1010, Latvia (“BritCham”), will use personal data of natural persons who subscribe for BritCham newsletters (“Subsribers”) for the purposes of sending e-mail newsletters informing of news and events of BritCham and news, events and offers of BritCham members and cooperation partners.

Decision to provide personal data to BritCham is voluntary. If natural persons do not provide personal data, BritCham will not send them newsletters. Personal data of the Subscribers are processed on the following legal basis: Article 9(1) of the Information Society Services Law (consent).

Subscribers are entitled to withdraw their consent (unsubscribe) at any time. In such event Subscribers will no longer receive newsletters from BritCham. It will not affect the lawfulness of processing based on consent before its withdrawal.

Personal data will be shared only with third-party service providers who provide services to BritCham, such as IT services. These third parties will be supplied with, or have access to, personal data for the purpose of providing these services to BritCham. Personal data of Subscribers will be stored until they withdraw their consent (unsubscribe).

BritCham acts as a data controller. To request access, corrections, erasure, restriction of processing, object to processing of Subscriber’s personal data, use right to data portability, or raise other concerns about handling of their personal data, Subscribers may make a request using contact form or contact details available here. Subscribers may also raise complaints about the handling of their personal data to the data protection supervisory authority.