Breeztel is a trading style for Breeze Telecommunications Ltd
We take our obligations in respect of the privacy of personal data very seriously and we will only process personal information as detailed in this policy, unless we inform you otherwise. In order to ensure that the personal data we hold is accurate and up to date, we request that you inform us of any relevant changes to the personal information we hold about you.
The person responsible for data protection matters within our organisation is Dr Jude Nzeako and can be contacted
Breeze Telecommunications Ltd
43 West Ham Lane
London E15 4PH
If you do not wish us to process personal data in accordance with this policy, then please do not provide it to us, Please refer to Section’Your rights‘ below, in respect of data that we already hold, or which we receive from third parties.
We may collect your personal data in the course of our dealings and this may include the following:
We may obtain your personal data from the following sources (please note that this list is not exhaustive):
How we will use your personal data
We will process your personal data in the context of our dealings with the third party for whom you work and as part of Our Services. Processing may include:
Why we process your personal data
1. Compliance with legal obligations (regulatory and statutory obligations)
We must comply with a number of statutory and regulatory obligations relating to business generally, for example tax, bribery and fraud/crime prevention legislation, and co-operating with regulatory authorities such as HMRC. In order to comply with these obligations we may be required to process personal data.
2. Our legitimate interests (carrying on the activity relating to the provision of Our Services):
In providing our Our Services, we will carry out some processing of personal data which is necessary for the purpose of our legitimate interests, which include:
- Using your personal data:
- Retaining records of our dealings and transactions and where applicable, use such records for the purposes of:
For our commercial viability and to pursue these legitimate interests, we may continue to process your personal information for as long as we consider reasonably appropriate for these purposes.
We may process your personal data on the basis that you have consented to us doing so for a specific purpose, for example, if you have provided your contact details in order that we may use these to provide you with details of our services you may have consented to our processing of the data for that purpose. In other cases you may have provided your written or verbal consent to the use of your data for a specific reason, for example references.
You may withdraw your consent to our processing of your personal data for a particular purpose at any stage. However, please note that we may continue to retain, or otherwise use your personal information thereafter where we have a legitimate interest or a legal or contractual obligation to do so. Our processing in that respect will be limited to what is necessary in furtherance of those interests or obligations. Withdrawal of consent will not have any effect on the lawfulness of any processing based on consent before its withdrawal.
What if we obtain your personal data from a third party?
As part of our business activity we may obtain your data from third party sources, some information being publicly available but others being from third parties with whom we have business dealings or connections. From time to time we may also receive personal data about you from, colleagues, from persons for whom you have provided services or been otherwise engaged.
Sensitive Personal Data (SPD)
Sensitive personal data is information which is intensely personal to you and is usually irrelevant to our dealings with you in respect of Our Services. Examples of SPD include information which reveals your political, religious or philosophical beliefs, sexual orientation, race or ethnic origin, or information relating to your health.
Regardless of the basis for your dealings with us, we request that you do not provide us with any sensitive personal data unless absolutely necessary. However, to the extent that you do provide us with any sensitive personal data, such as data which you choose to share with us in conversation, we shall only use that personal data for the purposes of our relationship with you or for the provision of our Services. This will be for one or more of the following reasons:
Who we share personal data with
We shall not share your personal data unless we are entitled to do so. The categories of persons with whom we may share your personal information include:
Transfer of data to other jurisdictions
In the course of the provision of Our Services we may transfer data to countries or international organisations outside of the EEA. This may, for example, be to third parties who provide support services to us. Where information is to be so transferred, it may be to a country in respect of which there is an adequacy decision from the EU Commission. However, if this is not the case, it is our policy to take steps to identify risks and in so far as is reasonably practicable, ensure that appropriate safeguards are in place. Details relating to specific countries or organisations are available on request.
If you do not wish to provide us with necessary data
There may be circumstances where we require you to provide data which is necessary in order for us to meet statutory or contractual obligations, or perform Our Services. If you do not wish to provide us with information we request then please notify us. However, please be aware that as a result we may be unable to provide you or the party who you represent with a Service, and in some cases may result in a breach of the contract we have with you or a third party you represent.
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Data Security and Confidentiality
It is our policy to ensure, in so far as is reasonably practicable, that our systems and records are secure and not accessible to unauthorised third parties in line with contemporary practice.
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Retaining your data
In most circumstances your data will not be retained for more than 6 years from the last point at which we provided any services or otherwise engaged with you and it is our policy to only store your personal data for as long as is reasonably necessary for us to comply with our legal obligations and for our legitimate business interests. However, we may retain data for longer than a 6 year period where we have a legal or contractual obligation to do so, or we form the view that there is otherwise a continued basis to do so, for example where we are subject to a legal obligation which applies for a longer period.
If however you believe that we should delete your personal data at an earlier date, please inform us in writing of your reasons. Please see Section ‘Your Rights’ below.
We take the protection of your personal data very seriously and it is important that you know your rights within that context, which include rights to:
Please note that should you exercise your right to request that we erase data or cease any processing activity, we may retain a record of this request and the action taken in order to both evidence our compliance, and to take steps to minimise the prospect of any data being processed in the future should it be received again from a third party source.
If you have any questions concerning your rights or should you wish to exercise any of these rights please contact Dr Jude Nzeako
If you are dissatisfied about any aspect of the way in which your data is processed you may, in the first instance refer the matter to Dr Jude Nzeako. This does not affect your right to make a complaint to the Information Commissioner’s Office.