Data Processing Agreement Purpose

By december 6, 2020Geen categorie

It has so far held responsible for two standard contractual clauses for the transfer of data from those responsible for processing in the EU to those responsible for processing outside the EU or the European Economic Area (EEA). It has also adopted a number of contractual clauses for the transfer of data by EU processing managers to subcontractors outside the EU or EEA. CSC should not be reduced. (f) at the request of the data exporter, to present its data processing services for the review of processing activities covered by the clauses, carried out by the data exporter or by a supervisory body composed of independent members and holding the required professional qualifications, which are related to a confidentiality obligation, possibly chosen by the data exporter , provided that the data exporter does so, if necessary, in agreement with the supervisory authority; 7.1 Subject to the following measures, the customer authorizes Mediahawk to designate subprocessors such as data centers, telecommunications operators, cloud-based systems and storage, in order to carry out all personal data processing activities without the customer`s written permission. 7.2 Mediahawk ensures, at 7.2.1, by a written contract, that the subprocesser only accesses and processes personal data to meet its obligations, in accordance with the measures contained in this Data Protection Authority, which can be implemented by Mediahawk Mediahawk; and 7.2.2 remain fully responsible for all the acts and omissions of any subprocessor, as if they were their own. 7.3 You will receive information about subcontractors used on request from the customer. The customer acknowledges that this information is strictly confidential. 7.4 Mediahawk will notify the Customer of proposed replacement changes or deliveries to one of the subcontractors, the customer may (for reasonable reasons and only with respect to data protection) object to a subcontractor within 30 days of this notification. If the customer has not re-enserated such changes within 30 days of notification of the change, the customer is deemed accepted. If the customer informs Mediahawk in writing of objections to the order: 7.4.1 Mediahawk will work in good faith with the customer to provide an economically reasonable change in service delivery that will avoid the use of the proposed subprocessing; and 7.4.2, if such a change cannot be made, the customer may terminate Mediahawk by written notification with immediate effect, as it relates to services requiring the use of the proposed subprocessing.