The chief processor of personal data of the online store www.pood.ajaloomuuseum.ee is the Estonian History Museum Foundation (registry code 90014603), located in Harju County, Tallinn, Kesklinna district, Pirita tee 56, 12011, e-mail email@example.com.
What personal data is processed?
- name, telephone number and e-mail address;
- Bank account number;
- cost of goods and services and data related to payments (purchase history);
- customer support information.
For what purposes is personal data processed?
Personal data is used to manage customer orders and deliver goods.
Purchase history data (purchase date, goods, quantity, customer data) is used to compile an overview of purchased goods and services and to analyze customer preferences.
The bank account number is used to return payments to the customer.
Personal data, such as e-mail, telephone number, customer name, is processed to resolve issues related to the provision of goods and services (customer support).
The IP address or other network identifiers of the online store user are processed to provide the online store as an information society service and to compile online usage statistics.
The processing of personal data takes place for the purpose of fulfilling the contract entered into with the customer. The processing of personal data is carried out in order to fulfill a legal obligation (eg accounting and settlement of consumer disputes).
Recipients to whom personal data are transmitted
The chief processor of personal data of the Estonian History Museum Foundation forwards the personal data necessary for making payments to the authorized processor Montonio Finance OÜ and the Ministry of Finance.
In the case of disputes relating to payments and consumer disputes, personal data shall be kept until the enforcement or expiry of the limitation period.
Personal data required for accounting purposes shall be kept for seven years.
To delete personal information, contact customer support via email. A request for erasure shall be answered within a month at the latest and the period for erasure shall be specified.
A request for the transfer of personal data submitted by e-mail will be answered within a month at the latest. Customer support identifies and notifies you of personal information that is subject to transfer.
Direct marketing announcements
The e-mail address and telephone number will be used to send direct marketing communications if the customer has given their consent. If the customer does not wish to receive direct marketing communications, please select the appropriate link in the email footer or contact customer support.
If personal data is processed for the purpose of direct marketing (profiling), the customer has the right to object at any time to the initial and further processing of his personal data, including profiling related to direct marketing, by notifying the customer support by e-mail.
Disputes related to the processing of personal data are resolved through customer support (firstname.lastname@example.org). The supervisory authority is the Estonian Data Protection Inspectorate (email@example.com).
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